Posts Tagged ‘review’

Yemen, UK FMs review repercussions of Houthi attacks on oil facilities

Yemeni Foreign Minister Ahmed Bin Mubarak has discussed with the British Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, James Cleverly, the repercussions of the Houthi attacks on oil facilities and ports in Yemen, Anadolu news agency reported. This came during a meeting held on the sidelines of the 18th session of the Regional […]

White House Says ‘Not True’ There Is National Security Review of Elon Musk

WASHINGTON—Reports that the United States was discussing launching a national security review of some of Elon Musk’s ventures were “not true,” said the White House on Monday. White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre declined to comment on the Biden administration’s relationship with Musk or his business dealings with other countries. Asked about a Bloomberg News […]

The Arc of a Covenant: The United States, Israel, and the Fate of the Jewish People – Book Review

September 22, 2022  By Jim Miles (The Arc of a Covenant: The United States, Israel, and the Fate of the Jewish People.  Walter Russell Mead.  Alfred A Knopf, New York, 2022.) In today’s world, a clear understanding of the relationship between the US and Israel is important – this is not the work to clear it […]

Theater Review: ‘Remember This: The Lesson of Jan Karski’

NEW YORK—Polish immigrant and Holocaust survivor Jan Karski (David Strathairn) may have thought of himself as “an insignificant little man,” but as “Remember This: The Lesson of Jan Karski” makes clear, he was far more. Written by Clark Young and Derek Goldman, who also doubles as the director, this one-person show at the Polonsky Shakespeare […]

Rewind, Review, and Re-Rate: ‘Road House’: Why It’s a Cult Classic

Back when I tended bar in the trenches of New York City’s night scene, we had one TV tuned to some channel that replayed 1989’s “Road House,” starring Patrick Swayze, once a week, around 3:00 a.m. And, like pizza, no regulars ever got tired of it. I myself got tired of it, but … not […]

Rewind, Review, and Re-Rate: ‘Road House’: Why It’s a Cult Classic

Back when I tended bar in the trenches of New York City’s night scene, we had one TV tuned to some channel that replayed 1989’s “Road House,” starring Patrick Swayze, once a week, around 3:00 a.m. And, like pizza, no regulars ever got tired of it. I myself got tired of it, but … not […]

Rewind, Review, and Re-Rate: ‘Road House’: Why It’s a Cult Classic

Back when I tended bar in the trenches of New York City’s night scene, we had one TV tuned to some channel that replayed 1989’s “Road House,” starring Patrick Swayze, once a week, around 3:00 a.m. And, like pizza, no regulars ever got tired of it. I myself got tired of it, but … not […]

Rewind, Review, and Re-Rate: ‘Road House’: Why It’s a Cult Classic

Back when I tended bar in the trenches of New York City’s night scene, we had one TV tuned to some channel that replayed 1989’s “Road House,” starring Patrick Swayze, once a week, around 3:00 a.m. And, like pizza, no regulars ever got tired of it. I myself got tired of it, but … not […]

Pentagon Opens Review Of Its Clandestine Psychological Operations

The Pentagon has ordered a sweeping review of how it conducts clandestine information warfare after social media sites removed fake accounts that were suspected of being linked to the US military, The Washington Post reported on Monday. A report published last month by research groups Graphika and the Stanford Internet Observatory detailed the activity of fake accounts on Facebook […]

A review session for “Istanbulchi”

On August 23, the Tehran Central Library hosted a review session for the book “Istanbulchi” with the critic Ehsan Rezaei and the author Masoumeh Safaei Rad in attendance. At the start of the session, Safaei Rad described the book, saying that she tried to describe Istanbul while making historical references in this book, and she also […]

A review session for “Istanbulchi”

On August 23, the Tehran Central Library hosted a review session for the book “Istanbulchi” with the critic Ehsan Rezaei and the author Masoumeh Safaei Rad in attendance. At the start of the session, Safaei Rad described the book, saying that she tried to describe Istanbul while making historical references in this book, and she also […]

A review session for “Istanbulchi”

On August 23, the Tehran Central Library hosted a review session for the book “Istanbulchi” with the critic Ehsan Rezaei and the author Masoumeh Safaei Rad in attendance. At the start of the session, Safaei Rad described the book, saying that she tried to describe Istanbul while making historical references in this book, and she also […]

After GOP Sends Letter, Pentagon to Review ‘Woke’ DEI Chief’s Comments Disparaging White People

Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) applauded the Pentagon for looking into recently surfaced remarks disparaging white people made by the chief of diversity, equity and inclusion for the Department of Defense’s K-12 school system, after she and another Republican congressperson sent a letter to DOD. “Following House Republicans’ advocacy, the Department of Defense will conduct a […]

Film Review: ‘Jack Strong’: the Most Spectacular Polish Spy of the Cold War

NR | 2h 8min | Suspense Thriller | 2014 Given his life-long dedication to American national security, it must have been a bitter irony for the late CIA officer David Forden that the Sept. 11 terror attacks occurred on his birthday. At least he could take comfort knowing he helped manage and protect one of […]

The Prospect of Earning Freedom — a review of The Well-Earned, edited by Kiriti Sengupta 

The French theologian Simone Weil wrote, “Attention is the rarest and purest form of generosity.” On the 75th anniversary of India’s independence, Hawakal Publishers released The Well-Earned, a poetry anthology edited by Kiriti Sengupta. This collection sought the nearly impossible: poems defining liberty. Freedom of expression is the artist’s bedrock. However, there seems to be […]

MOVIEGUIDE ‘My Son Hunter’ Review: ‘Extremely Well-Directed, Written and Acted’ with ‘Crazy, Funny Moments and High Drama’

The newly released film My Son Hunter “is extremely well-directed, written and acted, with some crazy, funny moments and high drama,” according to a review by MOVIEGUIDE. According to MOVIEGUIDE: MY SON HUNTER is extremely well-directed, written and acted, with some crazy, funny moments and high drama. It takes a complex subject with many details and […]

EPOCH TIMES ‘My Son Hunter’ Review: ‘Brilliant Biden Satire’ Reaches ‘Shakespearean-Level Tragicomedy’

The Epoch Times has delivered a rave review about the movie “My Son Hunter,” calling it a “brilliant Biden satire” that reaches “Shakespearean-level tragicomedy.” Special praise was given to actor Laurence Fox, who plays Hunter Biden, in what the outlet called a “career-defining performance.” The paper also praised director Robert Davi’s ability to balance outright […]

Left-Wing Guardian Review Trashes ‘My Son Hunter’: ‘Fiction-Laced Retelling of Hunter Biden Laptop Nothingburger … for Fringe Lunatics’

It was a forgone conclusion that mainstream movie critics — virtually all of whom are far-left radicals — would trash “My Son Hunter.” Throwing himself onto what will inevitably be a left-wing pile-on, The Guardian’s assigned reviewer Charles Bramesco led the charge on Tuesday, delivering a snide pan while also playing white knight to Hunter […]

‘Rings of Power’ Review: Amazon Delivers Dull, Unappealing Characters Set to Expensive CGI

Rings of Power is set thousands of years before Lord of the Rings and revolves around characters I care nothing about.

Rings Of Power Review: A Storytelling Atrocity With Bush-League Production And Acting So Bad, It’s Offensive. But, There’s A Black Dwarf 5/5 Stars.

Go back, in your mind, to the worst date you have ever had. There you are, using a napkin to tie a tourniquet around your leg under the table, trying desperately to take your mind anywhere but the inescapable train wreck unfolding in front of you. That’s the closest you can come to understanding what […]

Rings Of Power Review: A Storytelling Atrocity With Bush-League Production And Acting So Bad, It’s Offensive. But, There’s A Black Dwarf 5/5 Stars.

Go back, in your mind, to the worst date you have ever had. There you are, using a napkin to tie a tourniquet around your leg under the table, trying desperately to take your mind anywhere but the inescapable train wreck unfolding in front of you. That’s the closest you can come to understanding what […]

Rings Of Power Review: A Storytelling Atrocity With Bush-League Production And Acting So Bad, It’s Offensive. But, There’s A Black Dwarf 5/5 Stars.

Go back, in your mind, to the worst date you have ever had. There you are, using a napkin to tie a tourniquet around your leg under the table, trying desperately to take your mind anywhere but the inescapable train wreck unfolding in front of you. That’s the closest you can come to understanding what […]

Rings Of Power Review: A Storytelling Atrocity With Bush-League Production And Acting So Bad, It’s Offensive. But, There’s A Black Dwarf 5/5 Stars.

Go back, in your mind, to the worst date you have ever had. There you are, using a napkin to tie a tourniquet around your leg under the table, trying desperately to take your mind anywhere but the inescapable train wreck unfolding in front of you. That’s the closest you can come to understanding what […]

Rings Of Power Review: A Storytelling Atrocity With Bush-League Production And Acting So Bad, It’s Offensive. But, There’s A Black Dwarf 5/5 Stars.

Go back, in your mind, to the worst date you have ever had. There you are, using a napkin to tie a tourniquet around your leg under the table, trying desperately to take your mind anywhere but the inescapable train wreck unfolding in front of you. That’s the closest you can come to understanding what […]

Rings Of Power Review: A Storytelling Atrocity With Bush-League Production And Acting So Bad, It’s Offensive. But, There’s A Black Dwarf 5/5 Stars.

Go back, in your mind, to the worst date you have ever had. There you are, using a napkin to tie a tourniquet around your leg under the table, trying desperately to take your mind anywhere but the inescapable train wreck unfolding in front of you. That’s the closest you can come to understanding what […]

Conservative Review with Daniel Horowitz

Whitney joined Daniel Horowitz to discuss the history and players of the movement and how it all ties back into both the national security state and Jeffrey Epstein. COVID was designed to “normalize” transhuman technology to merge humans into processing systems rather than remaining sentient beings. “Data-ism” and the war on cash are all a […]

Film Review: ‘Explorer’: The Amazing Life Story of Author and Renowned Overachiever Ranulph Fiennes

NR | 1h 53min | Documentary, Biography | 30 August 2022 (USA) The third cousin (once removed) of the Fiennes acting family (Ralph, Joseph, and three others), Sir Ranulph Fiennes (full name: Ranulph Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes) has lived a life that would make most overachievers blush and cause others to reconsider their own bucket lists. Sir Ranulph Fiennes at an airfield camp […]

Film Review: ‘Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl’: It Don’t Impress Me Much

TV-MA | 1h 28m | Documentary | July 26, 2022 I appreciate every kind of music. And while I’m not a diehard country fan, at the height of her career, I was definitely a diehard Shania Twain, the babe, fan. I didn’t love that lyric of hers, you know the one: “So you look like Brad Pitt […]

Film Review: ‘Not Okay’: A Parable About Faking Your Life on the Internet

R | 1h 40 | Comedy, Drama | July 29, 2022 The increasingly potent desire to build a personal online brand and get thousands of “likes” is viewed by many as the downfall of modern civilization. “Not Okay” is already old hat in the new genre about the old human foible of selling one’s soul to the devil […]

An Honest Review of the Fitbit Inspire, the Best Fitness Tracker Under $100

We all could use a little wrist candy in our lives, whether it’s a Timex, a cringe leather braid from the boardwalk, or even a rubber Livestrong bracelet. These all speak to my soul in a special way, or have served a purpose in my life at some point. (God, I used to be obsessed […]

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