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Separating Fact From Fiction In Seymour Hersh's Bin Laden Story

Seymour Hersh’s account of the Bin Laden killing
challenged virtually the entire established narrative, so it was inevitable that it would be challenged. But in addition to the expected challenges from the government, other investigative reporters also kicked some damning holes in Hersh’s account. 1,047 more words

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Beautiful & Talented~ Director Kathryn Bigelow

I once had the privilege of meeting director Kathryn Bigelow, and must admit I was in awe of her. Most of us know she won an oscar for her film, The Hurt Locker. 129 more words


Midnight Screening: Near Dark

When Ana Lily Amirpour recently released her lushly sensualist horror film A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, her cinematic passion was matched in its cathartic potency only by its free-wheeling desire to devour all influences. 942 more words


Filmmakers and Artists Respond to Richard Corliss' Death

Richard Corliss, the longtime film critic for TIME who passed away on April 23, was a tireless promoter of the art of cinema, and of particular filmmakers. 745 more words

Swayze-Crazy: POINT BREAK

In September 2009, the world lost actor Patrick Swayze to cancer. Both an action star and a dancer, Swayze was able to play both romantic leads and tough guys—a feat very few have been able to pull off. 1,757 more words


Is Warner Bros. Taking the Woman Out of 'Wonder Woman'?

The Hollywood Reporter broke the news yesterday that Michelle MacLaren, director of Warner Bros.’ “Wonder Woman” movie, has exited the project.

According to a statement, MacLaren quit because of the mysterious “creative differences” so often cited as an explanation for director-studio splits. 803 more words