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Dinesh D'Souza on Michael Moore: 'Anti-Capitalism Is a Good Racket'

Dinesh D'Souza on Michael Moore: 'Anti-Capitalism Is a Good Racket'

While Dinesh D’Souza’s America is sure to make waves with its stirring defense of the country against philosophical attacks, one aspect of it is surprising: the screen time he gives to leftist leaders including Noam Chomsky and Ward Churchill in fresh

BH Interview: Woody Allen Mourns Loss of Leading Man Roles

BH Interview: Woody Allen Mourns Loss of Leading Man Roles

While he’s drawn controversy for the past two decades due to his personal life after marrying the adopted daughter of former girlfriend Mia Farrow, Woody Allen has been on undeniable creative hot streak for much of the past decade. Last

'Safe' Review: Statham's Latest Hero Has a Heart of Gold

'Safe' Review: Statham's Latest Hero Has a Heart of Gold

Imagine being forced to experience something so horrible over and again that you’d rather take your own life than die than endure it any longer. That’s the dilemma faced by former NYC supercop named Luke Wright in the new action

'Bernie' Review: Jack Black As You've Never Seen Him Before

'Bernie' Review: Jack Black As You've Never Seen Him Before

You might think if you’ve seen one Jack Black movie, you’ve seen them all. He’s always wild and crazy, a devilish imp of a man who remains tapped into the anarchic glee of mischievous boys everywhere while bringing just enough

'Detention' Review: Dazed and Confused Horror-Comedy Mashup

'Detention' Review: Dazed and Confused Horror-Comedy Mashup

There has been one classic movie about high school detention, and its name is “The Breakfast Club.” The new movie called “Detention” will do nothing to change that. It’s an obnoxious and hard to follow attempt at cutting-edge teen comedy

'Courage New Hampshire' Captures the Country's Rugged Spirit

'Courage New Hampshire' Captures the Country's Rugged Spirit

There are those among us conservatives who complain about how the bounds of decency appear to be pushed ever further each year. And there are some in Hollywood who are heeding the complaints and working to provide a home for

Conservative Messages Abound in Three New Movies

Conservative Messages Abound in Three New Movies

As a film critic who sees nearly 150 movies a year, I’m never surprised to see a liberal message (or two, or 12–let’s be honest) on the big screen. But two decades of persistent effort to balance things out may

'Seeking Justice' Review: Cage's Losing Streak Continues

'Seeking Justice' Review: Cage's Losing Streak Continues

Can anyone remember when a new Nicolas Cage movie actually inspired excitement in people? The dude was actually awarded the title of Distinguished Decade in Film Award from the nation’s movie theater owners in 2001, honoring him for bringing in

Listen to the Critics: 'I Melt With You' is 2011's Worst Movie

In case you haven’t noticed from the endless barrage of TV commercials touting how many Golden Globes various films have won or been nominated for – or boasting about how many more-obscure awards films have won – we’re in the

'A Separation' Review: lluminating the Iran Not Seen on the News

It’s easy to get one view of a foreign nation from our government’s relationship with it, or news coverage that paints a nation as either “good” or “evil.” But sometimes it’s possible to see an entirely different perspective on life

Bringing John Hughes' Movies to Life

While most movie fans are satisfied building a collection of their favorite DVDs, Shane Scheel has gone miles beyond in his devotion to his favorite cinematic treasures. As the co-creator and producer with Christopher Lloyd Bratten of the “For The

'The Sitter' Review: Slacker Comedy All Wrong for Engaging Hill

For a guy who’s made mostly conventional movies in his career, Jonah Hill finds himself in a very unusual career position these days. He’s built his reputation on being an offbeat yet obnoxious slob in such movies as “Superbad” and

'Girlfriend' Review: Gem of an Indie Deserves Wider Audience

It’s rare that a movie can come along and sweep away viewers into its world without the benefit of major stars and a whirlwind of hype. But this weekend I was blessed with the opportunity to see an absolutely mesmerizing

How Vera Farmiga's Deep Christian Faith Inspired 'Higher Ground'

Vera Farmiga has lit up the screen in supporting roles for the past few years, first drawing viewers’ and critics’ attention by playing a police psychologist caught between Matt Damon and Leonardo DiCaprio in 2006’s “The Departed” before landing an