Chris Pratt trended on twitter on Monday as thousands of progressive activists criticized the star one again. The star of Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers: Infinity War and Jurassic World is no stranger to controversy. He’s had numerous run ins and minor controversies on twitter relating to his religion and supposed politics. He’s done littleContinue reading “Chris Pratt Slammed Again by #CancelCulture for Supposed “Homophobia” and “MAGA” Support”
I’m not overly familiar with the works of Sofia Coppola. Her reputation as a filmmaker precedes her though. Famously, she starred in the most infamously panned films role in The Godfather Part 3 and then turned her reputation around with her critically acclaimed film Lost in Translation. Since then, She has worked on numerous independentContinue reading “Movie Review – On the Rocks (2020)”
A statue of Medusa was unveiled in Manhattan this month. This is unremarkable on its face—Greek Myth has long been a subject of artistic endeavor, including painting and statuary. There’s just one difference about this one: Medusa is the “hero” who has slain and beheaded the “villain,” Perseus. According to the artist, it’s a metaphorContinue reading “Ignorance is Virtue: The Hilarious Irony of Leftist Myth Making”
Jacob Airey discusses Amazon Studio’s newest film The Lie!
America’s largest movie chain AMC Theaters is on the verge of running out of money. Following the delays of the last few remaining major 2020 releases No Time to Die and Dune into next year, the chain is struggling to keep itself profitable. As The Wall Street Journal reported: “The world’s largest movie-theater company mayContinue reading “AMC Theaters Possibly Near Bankruptcy As Major 2020 Releases Postponed to Next Year”
Batman has become one of the most iconic figures not only in pop culture but in society as a whole since his debut in a 1939 issue of Detective Comics written and drawn by Bob Kane and Bill Finger. He has gone through many iterations over the decades, all vastly different than the pulp vigilanteContinue reading “Stopping The Race To Make Batman Toxic”
P.J. O’Rourke’s newest book satirically challenges the extremes of modern politics.
Netflix’s Chief Executive Ted Sarandos has come out in support of a recent film it distributed across the world. In an interview with Deadline, he criticized Americans for being the only culture who have come out and spoken against the film. “It’s a little surprising in 2020 America that we’re having a discussion about censoringContinue reading “Netflix Unrepentantly Defends “Cuties” From “uniquely American” Criticisms of Child Sexualization”
Sometimes a movie just isn’t worth the controversy surrounding it. That’s not to say A Rainy Day in New York is bad. The problem is just that it’s not a good enough Woody Allen movie to warrant two years of delays and boycotts. Then again, the controversy was never about the movie. I’m not preparedContinue reading “Movie Review – A Rainy Day in New York (2019)”
Sony Representative Shoots down SpiderVerse rumors…