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Seth MacFarlane takes to Twitter to explain why Hollywood hates President-elect Trump

“Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane has a theory on why a bunch of people in Hollywood can’t get on board with the idea of President-elect Donald Trump. 198 more words


Seth MacFarlane Tweets Thoughts On Trump And Why Hollywood "Hates" Him; Trump Fans Hate Seth Back

Seth MacFarlane got into a Trump Twitter tussle today when he posted his answer to the pressing question: “Why do Hollywood folks hate Trump?”:


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Seth MacFarlane Sums Up Why Hollywood, In Particular, Hates Donald Trump So Much

It’s no secret whatsoever that Hollywood tends to run liberal, as in the 2016 election Hillary Clinton had the vocal public support of celebrities such as Katy Perry, George Clooney, Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, Meryl Streep, Amy Schumer, Anne Hathaway… The list goes on and on. 436 more words


Ted 2

Not-unreasonably maligned on release, Ted 2 is a far inferior product to the original talking bear movie, but has a few hidden virtues. When so many sequels are reverent and respectful of the original property, in the hope of spinning a franchise, Ted 2 is a more old-fashioned sequel in the it’s completely slapdash and careless; it’s in the spirit of Smokey and the Bandit 2, and even as a few similar action sequences in the unrated version. 75 more words


Film Review: SING (USA 2016) ****

Directed by Garth Jennings

Starring: Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Seth MacFarlane, Scarlett Johansson, John C. Reilly

Review by Gilbert Seah

Garth Jennings, director of the not-so-successful THE HITCHHIKER’S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY and the excellent SON OF RAMBO seems an unlikely choice for director of the 3D computer-animated musical comedy film produced by Illumination Entertainment (the DESPICABLE ME films). 639 more words

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Kyle from Last Man Standing = Jeff from American Dad

A few episodes into Last Man Standing, I realized the character of Kyle Anderson reminded me a lot of Jeff Fischer on American Dad!. They’re both super-nice and kindhearted, have similar amounts of facial hair, are loyal partners to their women, have a noticeable lack of wit, are partial to Hackey Sack, and are more likable than most of the people around them. 243 more words


"Artistic freedom" and political control

An interesting article, by Ned Resnikoff, about the so-called “post-truth” politics of Brexit and Trump. Relevant to this blog is the description of art’s place in this version of society (emphasise in bold are my own): 341 more words