Sizzling Cynicism of ‘The Ides of March’ Burns Out in the Finale
George Clooney’s effort about our jaded politics deserves a look, despite the liberal director’s naive aspiration.
J. Christian Adams’ ‘Injustice’ Exposes Justice Department’s Racism
The Black Panther voter-intimidation case is just one piece of a civil rights agenda gone haywire.
Straw Dogs Remake a Lesser Breed Than the Original
Rod Lurie transposes the original plot from 1970s Britain to the American South, and it’s a bumpy ride.
Soul Surfer an Uplifting Ride
This rare mainstream Hollywood film about the power of faith crests through the star’s inspired performance, despite some lackluster supporting roles and dialogue.
Michel J. Faulkner Lost a House Bid, but His Book’s an American Winner
‘Restoring the American Dream’ is a must-read for those who have lost their faith in our God-given freedoms and way of life.
A Guidebook for Reining in Big Government
“Power Divided Is Power Checked” makes a compelling case for states’ rights by tracing the history of federal overreach, and plots a path back to our constitutional roots.
An All-Out Rollback Is Our Only Hope, New Book Contends
This author clearly breaks down the causes of our economy’s impending downfall through big-government bloat’s artificial stimuli, and he offers prescriptions that both the Left and Right should consider.
Great Acting Articulates Film’s Human Drama
Superb performances by Colin Firth and his co-star make up for the smugness and predictable plot of The King’s Speech.
These Are The Times That Try Men’s Souls
Paine’s 18th-century wisdom is applicable now, finds book editor John Armor.
Four Lions: A Review
Four Lions dances along edges of comedic delight and amateur terrorists’ explosive missions without packing a firm punch either way.