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Hollywood Playbook: Tuesday's Top 5 News Items

So, if I'm reading this correctly, we know that after torturing the Scorpio Killer Callahan is "broken" because he believes he can fly and the film itself turns into a "fantasy" because the time cut showing Callahan perched on the bridge isn't really a time cut but a real-time cut that is meant to tell the viewer that Callahan simply materialized on this bridge out of thin air… Mar 11, 2014 9:21 AM PT

Funny or Die's 'Between Two Ferns' Hosts Obama to Pitch ObamaCare

President Barack Obama appeared on Funny or Die's "Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis" to pitch ObamaCare. Lately, the President has been aggressively pushing for young people to sign up for his signature health care plan -- a necessity if the program is going to be financially viable. ObamaCare desperately needs the young and healthy to overpay for health insurance as a way to cover the costs of the less healthy. Mar 11, 2014 5:50 AM PT

'Transformers 4' Trailer Loves America, Especially Texas

It doesn't look as though the Shia LaBeouf-less "Transformers 4" is any different. There's a wonderful line about messing with Texas and after six I lost count of the number of shots of the Stars and Stripes found in this short trailer. Mar 10, 2014 1:22 PM PT

Harold Ramis, 'Animal House' Slammed as Racist

Harold Ramis dies. Conservatives declare their love for him and his films. It is therefore only a matter of time before Ramis is smeared as racist. The Village Voice did the honors last week by lashing out at one of the most iconic scenes in the career-making classic comedy co-written by Ramis, 1978's "Animal House." Mar 10, 2014 10:14 AM PT

Kerry, Crist Mock CNN's Ratings Collapse

During Saturday night's annual Gridiron Club event, two high-profile Democrats -- John Kerry and Charlie Crist -- took vicious swipes at CNN, the third-place cable news channel currently suffering a noticeable ratings and quality collapse under the leadership of CNN chief Jeff Zucker. Mar 10, 2014 8:40 AM PT

Apolitical Oscars Earn Back Millions of Viewers

One factor that might have contributed to Oscar's slow climb back might be that since Barack Obama won the White House, the Oscar telecast has been noticably apolitical. Rather than the night being defined by Michael Moore screaming about Bush, Jon Stewart mocking Dick Cheney, or George Clooney proclaiming how proud he is to be out of touch, the last four or five years have been refreshingly apolitical. Mar 3, 2014 12:43 PM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Monday's Top 5 News Stories

Matthew McConaughey's comeback is truly remarkable. Going from the shirtless rom-com guy to one of only 86 people in history to hold a Best Actor Oscar is quite an achievement. I'm not interested in seeing the movie he was in, but more power to him. He seems like a legitimately decent guy and who doesn't like a comeback Mar 3, 2014 9:15 AM PT

CNN Accuses Putin of 'Bullying' Obama

These past few weeks, monitoring CNN has been like watching someone sit in a toilet bowl and try to flush themselves: pathetic, astonishing, and more than a little amusing. Mar 1, 2014 8:25 AM PT

'Non-Stop' Review: Liam Neeson Thriller Hits New Left-Wing Low

**SPOILER ALERT** Most of the suspense and therefore enjoyment of Liam Neeson's new action thriller "Non Stop" comes from trying to figure out who the villain is and why this person is doing what he or she is doing. If you read the rest of this article, it will spoil the entire movie for you. Period. You have been warned. Mar 1, 2014 7:12 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Friday's Top 5 News Items

I thought "Casino Royale" was overrated (awesome first half) and absolutely hated "Quantum of Solace" (Daniel Craig agrees and blames the writer's strike.). "Skyfall," however, was the best of the three and what I especially enjoyed is that the story seemed to finally exorcize Craig's Bond of his personal demons, which hopefully means we can get back to basics with "James Bond 24." Feb 28, 2014 8:03 AM PT

Court Decision: Schools Can Stop Students From Wearing American Flag

The Washington Post's Volokh Conspiracy reports that the 9th Circuit has upheld the right of a California high school to forbid students from wearing t-shirts with American flags. "The court points out that the rights of students in public high schools are limited," Eugene Volokh writes. "[I]f 'school authorities [can reasonably] forecast substantial disruption of or material interference with school activities' stemming from the speech." Feb 27, 2014 1:47 PM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Thursday's Top 5 News Items

"Absolutely. We wanted it to be an experience that you could share with your entire family. PASSION was an R, and we got a PG-13. The crucifixion is still hard to watch. It’s graphic. It was a brutal way to die." Feb 27, 2014 9:39 AM PT

'Thor: The Dark World' Bluray Review

If you enjoyed the first "Thor" film, there is no reason you won't enjoy the sequel. And based on its gargantuan box office ($640 million worldwide), quite a few people did. Feb 26, 2014 1:12 PM PT


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