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A cultural-Marxist pair of performance artists raise a pair of kids who turn out be Jason Bateman and Nicole Kidman, and they’ve got a few issues with the way they were raised. An interesting movie, though sort of pointless. My review.
Why can’t cheerleaders set standards for cheerleader tryouts? More in a column.
Classic diva behavior: If you or I skipped out on two days’ work because we didn’t like a personnel change, we’d be fired. Kelly gets $20 million a year. To work five hours a week. More in a column.
Tom Hanks’ headscratcher about a businessman doing battle with a lump on his back while waiting for an appointment. Really. My review.
A sumptuous, Guillermo del Toro look, but alas the stories are frazzled and the characters lackluster. My review.
What’s it like to be a campus endangered species? A new book gets the scoop from conservative professors. More in a column.
Low-energy adultery drama from Canada. My review.
Good fun, and great-looking. My review.
Sweet and salty musical about Dublin youth. One of the better films of the year so far. My review.
Casey would be a much better choice, not that Affleck is going to rest until we’ve gone back to hating the franchise as much as we did when George Clooney played the Caped Crusader. A column.« Previous Entries