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  • Ehrlich's column doesn't add up

    In his recent column ("The left and right view the world in predictable ways," Aug. 5), former Gov.Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.outrageously distorts the views of liberals on all the issues he addresses and repeats the rhetoric rather than the reality of the...
  • ‘Saturday Night Live’: Josh Brolin hosts tonight

     
    Prime time will be a bit busier than usual, in part because of the 100th anniversary of the Titanic's sinking. ABC rolls out the first three hours of the four-hour miniseries "Titanic" at 8. (The fourth hour airs at 9 p.m. Sunday.) AMC offers another...
  • 'Saturday Night Live's' eight greatest stars

     
    Which performers were the greatest in "Saturday Night Live's" history?...
  • Review: Casino Jack

    As far as I can remember, the word super never became a prefix for the benign designation of lobbyist until Jack Abramoff, a former B-movie producer, took over K street in the 1990s. A well-built, larger-than-life figure who famously donned Mafioso trench...
  • Movie review: Che: Part Two -- 3 out of 5 stars

    Few filmmakers have to sell a subject as unpopular as the one Oliver Stone tackles with his latest cinematic "history lesson." But you've endured eight years of George W. Bush, Stone seems to say with his new bio-pic W., what's another two hours? Stone...
  • John Lee Hancock responds to right wing attacks on 'The Blind Side'

     
    It used to be the liberals who loved to play the victim. But now it's conservatives who just can't enough of that warm and cuddly feeling of being an oppressed minority. What else could possibly explain the sudden spurt of......
  • Worst Oscar trend story of the week: Grim movies are George Bush's fault

     
    Having voted against the man twice and popped the bubbly when he left Washington, I'm probably an unlikely defender of George W. Bush. But even as a die-hard lefty, I was appalled by the sheer dim-wittedness of Newsweek's Ramin Setoodeh's......
  • The History Channel's JFK miniseries: Is it really right-wing character assassination?

     
    For the past week, liberals everywhere have been up in arms over the horrifying prospect of a new History Channel miniseries about John F. Kennedy hatched from the brain of Joel Surnow, a creator of Fox's hit TV series "24"......
  • Can Greg Kinnear cut it as JFK?

     
    Geez, talk about inconvenient timing. Just as Andrew Breitbart's Big Hollywood has been touting the far-fetched claim that conservatives in Hollywood can't reveal their, well, conservativeness, without being in danger of losing their jobs, along comes the...
  • Oliver Stone–an exclusive interview

     
    Oliver Stone is one of those people in film that you always grab the chance to talk to. Agree or disagree with his politics, the angle of attack of his films, he's a fascinating brain to pick and one of the undisputed masters of his trade. I put him right...
  • L.A. Times bestsellers for Sept. 19: Tony Blair's 'A Journey'

     
    Tony Blair has been chalking up the frequent flier miles. On Monday, he was in Philadelphia, accepting the 2010 Liberty Medal. Tuesday saw him being interviewed in New York by Katie Couric, and on Wednesday, he was in Massachusetts, talking......