After taking shots at “yard sale Barbie” Ann Coulter and Paul Ryan, who “doesn’t even know how to @ somebody on Twitter,” Fey concluded by encouraging “all good, sane Americans to treat these rallies this weekend like the opening of a thoughtful movie with two female leads. Don't show up. Let these morons scream into the empty air.” … [Read more...] about Tina Fey Sounds Off on ‘Jackass’ Trump: ‘Nazis Are Always Bad’
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“This opportunity to do something positive lets the kids know that although a lot of things happen in our world that are not pleasant, like this that happened with us in Newtown, there are many giving people and wonderful things that can come out of life, so don’t get discouraged,” Sabrina Post, the group’s director, tells the AP. “It teaches them to use their gifts to work through things.” … [Read more...] about What’s So Bad About Having the Newtown Kids Sing ‘Call Me Maybe’ at the Grammys?
If Son of Saul aims to disturb and repulse, it does so with the same sort of fierce, unwavering purpose that guides its protagonist. Just as Saul risks everything in order to perform one humane act amidst so much dreadfulness, so too does the director risk alienating his audience in order to provide a reminder – without sensationalistic embellishment, or comforting technique, or inapt optimism – of what the Holocaust really was, and to what anti-Semitism can ultimately lead. Free of familiar clichés or contextual details that might make its material go down easier, the film compels us to see, to hear, and to suffer in order to fully comprehend. Far from merely an exploitative horror show designed to shock and repel for the sake of cheap kicks, it forces us, severely and angrily and heartbreakingly, to look and to listen at one man’s plight, so that we might truly remember – and never forget – the ugly reality of what happened to generations of … [Read more...] about Holocaust Nightmare ‘Son of Saul’ Is the Best Foreign Film of 2015
Boone, of course, will have total control over the in-game decisions. That should be enough for him to handle as he figures out the analytics of when to steal, when to hit-and-run, outfield positioning, gauging his pitchers, and all the other thousands of things that happen between the national anthem and the final out. … [Read more...] about Palladino: Hal Steinbrenner’s Comfort With Boone Must Be Long-Lasting