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Fake News Has Always Been a Thing
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Fake News Has Always Been a Thing

In re-airing the classic Absence of Malice, Turner Classic Movies reminds us of the sort cinéma vérité about unscrupulous journalism we rarely see from a Hollywood devoted to political leftism.

Looking for Cary Grant
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Looking for Cary Grant

A new series about the quintessential Hollywood heartthrob reveals the dangers we encounter when we hide our true identities so well, they become forgotten—even to us.

Archie Bunker Back Stories
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Archie Bunker Back Stories

Carl Reiner’s son, Rob, takes part in a grand tradition on the left of demonizing normal, religious people after being advanced, personally, by powerful relationships. On the left, it’s all relative and “all in the family.”

Merian Cooper, Conquering Hero
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Merian Cooper, Conquering Hero

With the war in Ukraine dangerously close to Poland, the specter is raised of the forgotten Polish-Soviet War of 1920. American pilots came to Poland's aid in that war, most importantly World War I veteran and King Kong director Merian C. Cooper.

Battier and Battier
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Battier and Battier

An extra moody, extra dark new installment of The Batman franchise asks its audience to believe the world would be a better place if the have-nots took by force from the haves in order to make a more equitable society.