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'The Early Show' Attacks Hollywood for Shying Away from Female Leads

Warner Bros. executive denies sexist remarks, even though there is empirical evidence to support his position.

In-Flight Fright

Chalk up a new outrage. The airlines are now airing graphically violent and sexualized R-rated movies, and it matters not a bit to them that children cannot help but sit there and watch, ...

Politics With Your Popcorn: The Sequel

Not even a story on movie sequels is immune from liberal politics.

Leonardo DiCaprio's Trying to Save the World, but No One's Listening

Manohla Dargis on the actor-activist's apocalyptic documentary: "To judge from all the gas-guzzlers still fouling the air and the plastic bottles clogging the dumps, it appears that the news that ...

"Transformers" Movie "Sells Militarism"

Political correctness reigns in the Times' movie review section.

Liberal Critic Recommends Anti-War Doc to Bush-Cheney

Chief movie critic A.O. Scott gives a big thumbs-up to an anti-war documentary, recommending it to the White House: "One can only hope that one of these days they'll get around to watching it."

Times Attacks Anti-PC Documentary, Defends College Censorship of Conservatives

Education writer Joseph Berger ludicrously defends Vassar's censorship of conservative speech and criticizes an anti-PC movie: "Does the film offer a fair picture of campus life in 2007, or is it ...

NYT Movie Critic Praises "Sicko," Wonders About Lack of "Social Welfare" in U.S.

A.O. Scott called Michael Moore "a credit to the Republic" after "Fahrenheit 9-11" and thinks "Sicko" is his "funniest," "most broadly appealing" film yet.

Times Gripes About Lack of Abortion in "Knocked Up"

The Times gripes about a new hit comedy: "On Abortion, Hollywood Is No-Choice."

Walden's Big Idea

Walden Media has taken Hollywood by storm with its commitment to putting great literature on the big screen.
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