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by | Apr 16, 2021

Returning home to Oslo from Amsterdam, where the positive reception for her avant-garde dance production has yielded her a big…

by | Apr 2, 2021

Here they come, marching into American sunlight. Godzilla and Kong, eternal enemies, not seen on screen together since the Kennedy…

by | Feb 3, 2021

There’s a salient bit in Elia Kazan’s mediocre final film, The Last Tycoon (1976), based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s incomplete…

by | Jan 26, 2021

For half a century, progressives have assailed manhood as a threat to their power, using all their Democratic academic and…

by | Jan 12, 2021

While the direct release of blockbusters to streaming services has gained controversial attention of late, lost in the shuffle are…

by | Dec 10, 2020

J.D. Vance’s 2016 memoir, Hillbilly Elegy, caught the wave of a certain moment, appearing in the wake of Donald Trump’s…

by | Nov 27, 2019

John Simon, a prominent art, film, and books critic, died on Sunday in Valhalla, New York. He was 94. Simon…

by | Nov 15, 2019

Both America and The American Spectator have lost a friend and an important conservative intellectual: Peter Collier. He quietly passed…

by | Oct 11, 2019

At first blush, the new hit film Joker seems to hit all the right notes for progressive audiences. It floats various left-wing talking points:…

by | Aug 13, 2019

Quentin Tarantino just became the most reactionary major filmmaker this side of Clint Eastwood. His latest film, Once Upon a…

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