NYT Brass Say Sorry for Blowing Vote, As Liberal ‘Narrative’ Crumbles

November 12th, 2016 7:01 PM
After Donald Trump’s victory shocked a media that was confidently and happily predicting a safe, historic win for Hillary Clinton, the New York Times seems to dimly recognize it has a credibility problem. Times media writer Jim Rutenberg noted in a front-page mea culpa on behalf of both his paper and his industry Thursday: “Most ominously, it came in the form of canceled subscriptions…

Even Liberal Papers Pan Bratty Pre-Teen God In New Moses Movie

December 13th, 2014 3:53 PM
At Deadline Hollywood, Anthony D’Alessandro insists “The question remains whether faith-based audiences — the prime crowd for Exodus [Gods and Kings] – will show up in numbers to spur word-of-mouth given some of the pic’s creative liberties.” Or as the Drudge Report tweaks, will there be an exodus from Exodus. What liberties? Washington Post film critic…

New York Times Movie Writers Cite 'Good Behavior Watchdogs,' Then Only

December 31st, 2013 6:49 PM
New York Times entertainment reporters Brooks Barnes and Michael Cieply reviewed the year at the box office on Monday, another record year of almost $11 billion spent on movie tickets. The top five grossing movies were all sequels (or in the case of “Monsters University,” a prequel), but the article got a little weird when they called it a “tough year for the good-behavior…

NYT Celebrates 'Hollywood Ten' Communist Dalton Trumbo, Red Scare 'Her

September 12th, 2007 4:23 PM