The survival horror "Bird Box Barcelona" distributed by Netflix is suitable for a Catholic slant. An oddball in the woke programming of the California-based TV entertainment battleship, where LGBT, immigrant and anti-Christian themes dominate.
Actor and director Bradley Cooper has been accused of "anti-Semitism" for the stage makeup he used to play Leonard Bernstein in the biopic dedicated to the Maestro. But Bernstein's children and the ADL have come to his defense.
Nolan's Oppenheimer is being released in Italian theaters at the same time as Miyazaki's re-release of Kaze tachinu: two tragic reflections on man as a prisoner of his own destiny in the face of history and technology.
Kevin Sorbo, star of films and TV series in the 1990s, was ostracized by Hollywood for his conservative and Christian beliefs. But he announces his payback with a production about the values he believes in.
"Barbie" goes beyond superficial appearances to offer profound criticism and parody, becoming a jewel of conservative thought. The movie unmasks gender theory madness, parodying the plastic society and highlighting the natural complementarity between men and women. "Barbie" thus emerges as a conservative icon that invites critical reflection on current society and true values.
The new live action about "Barbie," Mattel's celebrated blonde doll, turns out to be a trivial concentrate of toxic feminism and misandry, in some passages so over-the-top as to appear almost caricatural.
The year 2023 is to see the release of no less than two Italian movies dedicated to as many gold medals for military valor. Is this good news? A sign that Italy is starting to pay tribute to its heroes again, to celebrate patriotism and military virtue?
With the documentary film "Ennio," Tornatore has paid the musical genius of Morricone the tribute he deserved. In the course of viewing, the viewer is pervaded by a feeling of nostalgia caused by the realization that our country has been orphaned of an irreplaceable artistic genius.
Although bringing balance back to Hollywood may seem like a titanic feat, there are those who are attempting to create a film industry designed for a non-Leftist audience: it's the website "The Daily Wire."