(Being the first of many of these I’ll be producing this summer.) With summer here and only some online teaching duties to attend to—meaning that I can put the 2½ hours I don’t have to
Apparently something: As you well know, I’m opposed to violent rhetoric on principle and should be offended, but honestly? A second-long Easter egg that no one notices until the producers point
Loomis has been badgering me for a while to watch The Battle of San Pietro, and in a moment of weakness I finally succumbed. It’s truly fantastic; some thoughts: Mark Clark’s intro is just
Oh, now here we go: I’d say Saakashvili doesn’t deserve Garcia, but they actually do a pretty good job.
I finally watched Valkyrie this week, and I ended up liking it a lot more than I expected. Unlike many critics, I thought that Cruise did a solid job as Stauffenberg; within the parameters of the film
Davida Isaacs and I have an article at TAPPED on Iron Man 2 and defense contracting: Explosions, tattoos, and Scarlett Johansson notwithstanding, the disputes between Tony Stark and his antagonists re
Quick question: Did the news that a Dutchman was the first to tackle Shoebomber #2 remind anyone of how, in United 93, the appeasement-minded coward was clearly European? Me neither.
I just have one thing to say about the Red Dawn remake: I will not complain that it is “too wingnutty.” In fact, I’ll complain if it’s not wingnutty enough. If Barack Obama isn