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No show captured American decline as The Sopranos did. Unfortunately, its prequel The Many Saints of Newark is less an analysis of this than another example of decline. America may have deteriorated so much that its rulers can’t even recognize collapse. Instead, they strengthen their support for the disastrous policies that brought us here. The... Read More
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The movie The Purge has now become a franchise, comparable to The Fast & the Furious, spawning five films and a television series. It has brought in more than $500 million. It tries to be darkly comic, but the real joke is that it portrays the opposite of what’s happening in the country today, and... Read More
This review contains a few spoilers. If you’ve seen the trailer for 1917, you know the premise: Two British soldiers must slip through enemy lines to deliver an urgent message. If they fail, the Germans will “massacre” a British unit that includes the brother of one of the soldiers. I will not summarize the plot.... Read More
Many white advocates loved Joker, identifying with the title character. Yet it’s not the year’s most important film. That film is Clint Eastwood’s Richard Jewell. Despite one major flaw, it’s a near-masterpiece. It’s also a warning. See it immediately. The plot is straightforward, though Mr. Eastwood unfortunately invents a fictional character and a subplot for... Read More
They are no longer subtle. In the original 2013 movie, The Purge, anti-white themes were camouflaged. The “purge,” a one-night period during which no crime will be punished, was the backdrop to a home-invasion movie in which a white family, helped by a shabby-looking black man with a heart of gold, fights off murderous villains... Read More
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