Like most decades, the 2010s produced their share of terrible, terrible movies. Some bad movies can be fun in their own particular ways. These are not those movies.
Elizabeth Banks believes her reboot of “Charlie’s Angels” didn’t make any money because men categorically eschew women-led action flicks.
The advent of ‘Ocean’s 8’ reminds me that Steven Soderbergh’s Ocean’s Eleven, Twelve, and Thirteen are enjoyable (and sometimes great) movies.
It turns out that people liked the original, male version of the Clinton candidacy a lot more than the expensive reboot.
As Hollywood congratulates itself for the money-making frame that just ended, allow me to point out the attempts that will not lead to bonus payouts in the executive offices.
Is it too much to ask that we skip the latest Disney princess for someone in a mask or jump suit? Inquiring fathers want to know.
The marketing campaign for the new ‘Ghostbusters’ movie has been oddly polarizing. Are Sony execs just trying to save themselves from a bad movie?
Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi host today’s Federalist Radio Hour
The reaction to the ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot is the unsurprising response from a generation of fans that have repeatedly watched their most iconic childhood memories cut up and sold for parts.
Whatever the topic, America will be thrust into a debate about identity. Because that’s what we do now.
The new ‘Ghostbusters’ is not just a reboot, because it’s no longer enough to have one film or even a franchise. You have to have a whole darned ‘universe.’
“Raiders of the Lost Ark” was not actually a sacred item passed to humankind on Mount Sinai and Steven Spielberg was not a God.
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