Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker is easily one of 2021’s top pop culture stories, right up there with Bennifer 2.0. Has anyone checked on Scott Disick?
Inclusiveness is good, but tinkering with the sexuality or political outlook of fictional heroes does not necessarily improve their character.
Any ‘Home Alone’ remake plot falls apart in today’s connected society. Regardless, Disney sees dollar signs when a hit movie can be recycled.
Isaac Asimov’s ‘Foundation’ remains a seminal sci-fi creative property, but there’s a reason it took so long to bring this saga to the big screen.
Just as we must continue the political and legal fight to protect innocent human life after Roe is gone, pro-lifers must continue to show that there is a better option than abortion’s culture of death.
“American Underdog” straddles the line between two genres: an inspirational sports biopic and a small-town love story where local church and personal beliefs play a significant role.
Tyler Fischer joined Ben Domenech to talk about how comedy has changed over the years and during the pandemic, and to pay tribute to Norm Macdonald.
China plays both soft power offense and defense, with Hollywood a key front in the battle. In the fight for democracy, Taiwan should try a similar tactic.
The gentle, coming of age story is hard to get mad about and even tougher to praise unconditionally.
‘Shut In,’ announced Wednesday as The Daily Wire’s first original film, will be an important test.
Michael Moore took to Twitter to express his excitement after data from the United States Census Bureau revealed a decline in the number of white people.
Neither theme-park ride nostalgia nor A-list stars Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Emily Blunt can save mediocre ‘Pirates’-lite adventure flick.
No American studio should get federal funding or assistance if they push the CCP’s lies, which are nothing short of information warfare.
From patriotism to globalism, multiculturalism, and identity politics: New Captain America is the latest example of the ideological shift in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Rising pop star Olivia Rodrigo appeared Wednesday in the White House Briefing Room to explain why people should receive the COVID-19 vaccine. She’s a pop star, not a scientist.
Matt Damon’s comments were a refreshing departure from the harassment, belittling, and stereotyping that elites usually inflict on Trump-supporting, blue-collar men.
Walking into the last Blockbuster in Bend, Oregon is stepping into an aura of cinematic nostalgia. It may be a preview of the movie industry post-shutdowns.
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