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Razzie Awards: ‘Holmes & Watson’ Is Worst Picture, Donald Trump Worst Actor

The “winners” of the 39th annual Razzies have been announced, and “Holmes & Watson” has the dubious honor of being named Worst Picture. Director Etan Cohen was also singled out for his work on the critically panned comedy, as was Worst Supporting Actor winner John C. Reilly; co-star Will Ferrell escaped the same fate, as […]

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The Worst Movies of 2018, According to Metacritic: ‘Death of a Nation’ Tops the List

You’ve read about the best movies of 2018 — IndieWire’s staff list is topped by “Roma,” followed by “First Reformed,” “The Favourite,” “Cold War,” and “Shoplifters” — but what about the worst? As they do every year, the fine folks at Metacritic have crunched the numbers and come out with a list of the most […]

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‘Robin Hood’ Review: Revisionist History Has Never Been Dumber or More Boring

This year has seen a (small) handful of movies as bad as Otto Bathurst’s revisionist new “Robin Hood,” but none of them — not “Mile 22” nor “The Happytime Murders” nor even Dinesh D’Souza’s “Death of a Nation” — have been more in denial of their own badness. If nothing else, this accidentally hilarious, goofy […]

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Box Office: Pro-Trump ‘Death of a Nation’ Is First Political Doc to Bow Nationwide in 10 Years

Documentaries have been the surprise star of the summer box office, led by the feel-good Fred Rogers film, Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, and U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg bio RBG.Now comes the first documentary for supporters of President Donald Trump — controversial conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza’s Death of a Nation, which opens […]

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Film Review: Dinesh D’Souza’s ‘Death of a Nation’

In “Death of a Nation,” the latest smirky documentary screed from the fake-historical-news factory of Dinesh D’Souza, there’s an astonishing section in which the filmmaker displays the legal statutes of Nazi Germany, all to demonstrate his thesis: that American liberalism was, and is, the Third Reich’s ideological sibling.“Check out the official Nazi platform!” says D’Souza, […]

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