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If you are the GM or PD of a radio station that airs Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, or the like, you are complicit in what happened yesterday at the Capitol because of the disinformation you’ve allowed to be spread through your transmitter for years.
The Day After: I have lots to say about yesterday’s attack on the US Capitol by Trump cult members, including questions about why the Capitol Police and FBI didn’t know what to expect after plans were posted publicly on right-wing social media.
MSNBC’s Joy Reid on how the domestic terrorists who attacked the Capitol today would have been treated if they were Black.
My tweets as the coup attempt by right-wing domestic terrorists at the US Capitol proceeds without police lifting a finger.
Since I’ve already revealed my favorite movies of 2020, here are the ones at the other end of the spectrum, where the hoped-they-were-good-but-turned-out-bad films live.
Here are more movies from 2020 I really enjoyed, even though they didn’t make my top ten. Consider this my nearly-best-of-the-year list.
Here are the ten best movies I saw in 2020, including seven dramas and three comedies (two of which are from the same actor and director).
Here’s a blast from my radio past — the day I traded jobs with garbage men.
For the first Picture Of The Day of 2021, let’s start with something that has nothing to do with current events, but should put a smile on your face.
Here are a dozen press releases I’m looking forward to in 2021.
George Clooney tried to make “The Midnight Sky” an important movie about a scientist trying to warn a returning spacecraft to stay away from Earth because of a mysterious “event.” Too bad it will be on my Worst Movies Of 2020 list.
Politico has put together a list of some of the biggest predictions made in 2020 that were flat out wrong (by Trump, Pence, Pelosi, Carville, Begala, Mulvaney, Cruz, Elon Musk, and others). Hurray for accountability!
Does Pixar’s new movie, “Soul,” fit into the masterpiece category of “Up” and “Inside Out” or the lower-quality group that includes “Onward” and “The Good Dinosaur”? Read my review for the answer.
I was looking forward to “Wonder Woman 1984,” the superhero sequel with Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, and Kristen Wiig, so I’m sorry to say it’ll show up on my Worst Movies Of 2020 list. Here’s why.
I freeze-framed the back of Saints’ coach Sean Payton’s laminated play-calling card, and when I zoomed in was shocked to see it’s just a list of items from the Cheesecake Factory menu.
My review of a new movie starring Carey Mulligan, who gives one of the best performances of the year, as a young woman seeking vengeance against men as a result of an incident from her past.
Here are my reviews of an award-winning Swedish TV series and an odd, funny little Italian movie that made me happy I’ve gotten over my dislike of foreign content with subtitles.
My review of a new movie from Amazon starring Tessa Thompson that was clearly designed to be a throwback to the romcoms of the 1950s, but like most of those is so cliche-ridden you can predict every beat.