Why Do Audiences Love ‘Beauty and the Beast’? Because it’s Sincere

Despite netting over $170 million at the opening weekend box office, Disney’s new live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast, starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens, received somewhat mixed reviews. Many elite publications’ reviewers thumbed their noses at the film—what do these critics fail to see that audiences do? “There’s nothing particularly outrageous about retelling … Continued

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Feminists Angry that Wonder Woman . . . Shaves?

When we think of super heroes, there are probably several who come to mind. There are the old standards like Superman and Batman as well as newer heroes like Iron Man and The Hulk. What do all of these have in common, though? They’re men. That’s OK, but it’s still fun to see a strong … Continued

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‘Logan’ and the Challenges of Fatherhood

Hugh Jackman has been playing Wolverine for seventeen years and nine films, longer than his young co-star Dafne Keen has been alive. In Logan, his R-rated and final ride as the adamantium-clawed mutant, Jackman embraces his age and experience to play a grizzled, broken-down Wolverine, a man of violence who has lost his way—until a … Continued

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‘My Life as a Zucchini’ Isn’t for Kids

Don’t get duped into taking your kids to see My Life as a Zucchini. It is a false flag operation for the left’s culture war. The animated film, which opens this weekend in my city, has won lots of accolades, including nods from the Golden Globes and the Oscars. It looks like a kid movie, … Continued

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No One Saw ‘Moonlight.’ Why Did it Win the Oscar?

The hilarious fiasco that ended the 89th annual Academy Awards may have given us all something to talk about, but Oscar’s real problem isn’t that he tripped over his own shoelaces. It’s that he has turned his back on us. For decades, the top honors from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences went … Continued

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