By Matt Philbin | May 2, 2016 | 1:46 PM EDT

Movie night! Tickets for the family to see grown men flying around in spandex: $50. Popcorn and soda: $20. Watching a movie GLAAD says doesn’t include enough gays: Priceless.

Gays and Lesbians Allied Against Defamation is the media speech police for all things LGBT (etc.). When GLAAD isn’t giving awards to CNN hosts, it’s counting how many gay characters appear in TV and movies, and demanding they be out of all proportion to the actual numbers of LGBT folks living in cities not named West Hollywood. 

By Julia A. Seymour | April 15, 2016 | 12:27 PM EDT

The MRC has spent many years documenting the liberal media’s bias towards climate alarmism, from warnings of an “inevitable” ice age, to misreporting 2014 as the “hottest year” on record.

As an expert on the media’s record of promoting fear of climate change, MRC President and Founder L. Brent Bozell moderated an invitation-only panel discussion on the subject featuring former Gov. Sarah Palin, R-Alaska, climatologist Dr. David Legates and Climate Depot’s Marc Morano, host of a new documentary from CFACT: Climate Hustle.

By Mark Finkelstein | April 12, 2016 | 9:18 PM EDT

Question to John Heilemann: what's your proof? On his With All Due Respect show this evening, interviewing Ice Cube of NWA, Heilemann flatly stated that the deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and Freddie Gray in Baltimore were instances of "police brutality." In the Brown case, the grand jury, which included three African-Americans, declined to bring an indictment against Darren Wilson, the Ferguson police officer who shot Brown. And President Obama's Justice Department under then AG Eric Holder cleared Wilson of civil rights violations in the shooting. 

In Baltimore, the the only result to date has been a mistrial. So what does Heilemann know that the judicial system doesn't about "police brutality" in those cases? Or was this just a case of Heilemann trying to prove to Ice Cube--who by the way displayed more equanimity than Heileman in his comments on this and other issues--that he was down with the struggle? 

By Scott Whitlock | April 7, 2016 | 3:42 PM EDT

Melissa Joan Hart, star of God’s Not Dead 2, appeared on Good Morning America, Thursday to argue that tolerance extends to Christians, not just other faiths. Surprisingly, the co-hosts of GMA touted her new movie as “powerful” and a “serious role” for the actress. 

By Matt Philbin | March 9, 2016 | 1:47 PM EST

Call it Harry Potter & the Goblet of Grievance. 

J.K. Rowling has run afoul of the Indian indignation industry. According to Huffington Post, the author is in heap-big trouble for not being sufficiently sensitive to the diversity within the “Native American wizarding community.” 

By Tim Graham | March 5, 2016 | 11:54 AM EST

One-sided propaganda films celebrating abortion doctors are always an easy demonstration of how liberal the nation's leading newspapers are. All their film critics are celebrating a new documentary called Trapped, which was also promoted in a recent John Oliver pro-abortion rant on his HBO "comedy" show.

By Matt Philbin | March 4, 2016 | 2:20 PM EST

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sasha Baron Cohen’s new movie for Sony Pictures will feature Donald Trump being infected by AIDS when the blood of the assassinated Harry Potter flies into his mouth. Or something.

By Clay Waters | March 1, 2016 | 7:21 PM EST

New York Times movie critics Manohla Dargis, A.O. Scott, and  Wesley Morris blessed readers with an even sillier than usual Oscar racism recap in Tuesday's paper: “Watching a White Academy Squirm.” 

By Bill Donohue | February 26, 2016 | 10:56 AM EST

In the run-up to the November 6, 2015 debut of Spotlight, reviewers ailed it as an eye-opening account of the sexual abuse scandal in the Boston Archdiocese. But Hollywood has no interest in turning its ameras on itself, which is why the public's eyes have been shut tight from seeing a movie that documents child rape in Tinseltown.

By Brent Bozell | and By Tim Graham | January 30, 2016 | 7:58 AM EST

For a conservative, perhaps nothing in popular culture is more amusing than watching leftist Hollywood beat itself up with the battle cry “Oscars So White.” For a group of people that can’t possibly assemble at awards shows without making egregious displays of what passes for “progressive thought,” this fight over putative racism is as entertaining as the movies themselves. Grab some popcorn.

By Mairead McArdle | January 26, 2016 | 4:03 PM EST

Miss Sloane, a gun-control drama that is sure to bring tears to the eyes of all those who believe that federal top-down gun-control is the answer to preventing mass shootings, just added another star to its cast list.

By Mairead McArdle | January 26, 2016 | 12:02 PM EST

The entertainment types that form Hillary Clinton's Hollywood base continue to show up in Iowa, trying to dig the political superstar out of her growing deficit to geriatric Vermont socialist Bernie Sanders. Last week it was pop tart Demi Lovato in an effort to reach young women. On Sunday, it was actress Jamie Lee Curtis (Trading Places, Freaky Friday) in an eforrt to reach ... not young women. Curtis offered a sweeping endorsement of the Democratic presidential candidate based on a dubious principle.