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Musicians Rally to ‘Hug’ Convicted Leaker Manning
2 years ago

Musicians Rally to ‘Hug’ Convicted Leaker Manning

Some of the biggest names in music are giving newly released prisoner Chelsea Manning a hero’s welcome.

The former military intelligence analyst once known as Bradley Manning became a free woman …
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‘Orient Express’ Gaffe Reveals Media’s PC Obsession
2 years ago

‘Orient Express’ Gaffe Reveals Media’s PC Obsession

Ready for some breaking news?

An overwhelming majority of the entertainment press tends to be liberal. I know, I know. The notion that a faction of a leftist industry covering …
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HiT DVD Autopsy: ‘Monster Trucks’
2 years ago

HiT DVD Autopsy: ‘Monster Trucks’

By  •  Reviews, Movies

The term “misbegotten” is not employed with proper frequency in Hollywood.

It’s a treat when a cinematic disaster occurs with a definable malignant gestation. Four years back Paramount Pictures was …
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HiT DVD Autopsy: ‘Officer Downe’
3 years ago

HiT DVD Autopsy: ‘Officer Downe’

By  •  Reviews, Movies

It’s not always a Hollywood blockbuster worthy of going under the celluloid medical examiner’s knife.

Occasionally an obscure title comes through that just begs for a forensic examination.

Case in …
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HiT DVD Autopsy: Tom Hanks’ ‘Inferno’
3 years ago

HiT DVD Autopsy: Tom Hanks’ ‘Inferno’

By  •  Reviews, Movies

Author Dan Brown has become an international sensation with his series of puzzling adventure novels.

Adapted for the screen, with Brian Glazer producing and Ron Howard directing, Tom Hanks took …
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HiT DVD Autopsy: ‘Deck the Halls’ (2006)
3 years ago

HiT DVD Autopsy: ‘Deck the Halls’ (2006)

By  •  Reviews, Movies

There is a blizzard of holiday films wherever you turn this time of year.

Networks, theaters, cable outlets and streaming services each belch out a flurry of titles, most of …
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HiT DVD Autopsy: ‘Nine Lives’
3 years ago

HiT DVD Autopsy: ‘Nine Lives’

By  •  Reviews, Movies

“Nine Lives,” a misbegotten “comedy” posing as a family film, arrived at the end of the summer blockbuster season. It was not so much released into theaters as it was …
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