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Hollywood Playbook: Wednesday's Top 5 News Items

Easy A" showed that from a strictly comedic point of view, going after modern-day evangelical Christians is tough. Christians are not above satire (I love Monty Python), no one is above satire, but the audience goes into these movies fully aware that Christians are constantly singled out by our Entertainment Overlords, which can make the "humor" look like a mean-spirited, bullying, pile-on -- because that's usually what it usually is. May 7, 2014 8:30 AM PT

WaPo Concedes Media's ObamaCare Propaganda Campaign Failed

Any hope the media and Obama had that the endless trumpeting of the phony 8 million enrollment number would turn public opinion around for ObamaCare, has just evaporated with this latest round of polling. The Washington Post has now been forced to concede that media's propaganda campaign failed. ObamaCare is unpopular and is likely to stay that way. May 6, 2014 11:53 AM PT

Rep. Scott Peters (D-CA) Website Calls Openly Gay GOP Opponent 'Mary'

Just like the media made sure sitting Democrat Congressman Bennie Thompson paid no political price for calling Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas an "Uncle Tom," so too will the media give sitting Congressman Scott Peters (D-CA) a pass for posting an article on his website that refers to his openly gay GOP opponent as a "Mary." May 6, 2014 9:34 AM PT

Dem Congressman's Campaign Site Calls Openly Gay GOP Opponent "Mary"

Just like the media made sure sitting Democrat Congressman Bennie Thompson paid no political price for calling Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas an "Uncle Tom," so too will the media give sitting Democrat Congressman Scott Peters a pass for posting an article on his website that refers to his openly gay GOP opponent as a "Mary." May 6, 2014 9:26 AM PT

Jon Stewart Gets Serious: Benghazi Doesn't Matter Because Bush 'Lied'

Everyone knows that Jon Stewart can be breathtakingly pathetic and hypocritical at times, but on yesterday's low-rated "Daily Show," he was really something. With a House Select Committee gearing up to finally get to the truth of Benghazi, and nearly-two-thirds of Americans wanting that truth, all Stewart could do to contain his impotent rage and fear was remove his clown nose and make a nonsensical case that Benghazi doesn’t matter because of Bush and the Iraq War. May 6, 2014 8:31 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Tuesday's Top 5 News Items

This is why comedy has devolved into only d*ck and body fluid jokes. Everything smart, truly edgy, challenging, and wonderfully controversial is attacked and toxified by our Politically Correct Overlords. They went after Sam Kinison, Eddie Murphy, Andrew Dice Clay… And now Leslie Jones dares to push the envelope and these the Fascist B*stards want to keep her down. May 6, 2014 6:42 AM PT

Hollywood Finally Takes Stand Against Sharia Law

The iconic Beverly Hills Hotel has been the location for a lavish A-list Night Before Oscar party since 2003. Those days are over now that Hollywood has taken a rare and righteous stand against the horrors of Sharia Law. May 5, 2014 1:03 PM PT

Grace Kelly? Why Would Anyone Cast Nicole Kidman In Anything?

Kidman might have won the Best Actress Oscar for "The Hours" (2002), but that dreadful movie was the beginning of the end. Though she has worked and continues to work as steady as Michael Caine and Gene Hackman did in the late-eighties, it has been one dreadful, disappointing, ill-fated choice after another. Other than a voice role in the animated "Happy Feet" (2006), Kidman has not starred in a film that wasn't in some way a disappointment in over a dozen years. May 5, 2014 11:21 AM PT

New York Mag, Media Matters Knives Still Out for Lara Logan

After CBS News reporter and "60 Minutes" correspondent Lara Logan admitted her report on the September 11, 2012 attack on the American consulate in Benghazi was "wrong," she took a leave of absence. That was back in November. Now the media elite are firing at her with both barrels in the obvious hope she not be allowed to return. May 5, 2014 9:47 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Monday's Top 5 News Items

Even within the context of the usual-usual in Hollywood, the charges are serious because both Egan and this John Doe are claiming they were drugged and threatened with physical violence. The gay/straight casting couch in Hollywood is as old as Hollywood -- and this includes willing underage participants looking for something in return. If Herman's plaintiffs were merely alleging they were underage but willing, these lawsuits would be met with a lot of eye-rolling. What's being accused is, obviously, something much more serious. May 5, 2014 9:07 AM PT

Box Office: 'Spider-Man' Rules, 'Heaven' Holds On

Having already cleaned up overseas, there was no question "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" would clean up here in North America on its debut weekend. As Deadline reports, though, the ridiculously expensive sequel ($225 million) that cost nearly as much to promote ($190 million), will have to gross more than its predecessor ($750 million) just to break even. ASM2 will land somewhere around $90 million before this weekend is over. May 3, 2014 8:08 AM PT

'Electra Glide In Blue' (1973): Better Than 'Dirty Harry' and 'Easy Rider'

John Wintergreen (Robert Blake) is not dumb, he's just guileless. He is a man of humanity, character and integrity who very much wants to be a part of the establishment until he gets what he wishes for. Caught between corrupt cops warring with dangerous, drug dealing hippies, Wintergreen eventually realizes there is no place for a good man in such a world -- and as you will see, so does the director. May 3, 2014 6:56 AM PT

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