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Not Just A Movie Not Just A Movie | Death of a Nation

Not Just A Movie Not Just A Movie | Death of a Nation

By Sigrid Weidenweber I do not as a rule review movies. However, I must make an exception for Dinesh D’Souza’s latest production. Tuesday, August 31, 2018, I was invited to the Red Carpet Premiere of Dinesh D’Souza’s new film Death of a Nation. It was an amazing event. D” Souza managed to brilliantly show the historical […]

All Americans should see Dinesh D’Souza movie “Death of a Nation: Plantation Politics and the Making of the Democratic Party”

All Americans should see Dinesh D’Souza movie “Death of a Nation:  Plantation Politics and the Making of the Democratic Party”

By Michael Hernandez I joined 80 other moviegoers at the Oxnard Collection Riverpark Century 16 theater on Sunday afternoon (one of five viewings) to see Dinesh D’Souza’s fourth movie:  “Death of a Nation: Plantation Politics and the Making of the Democratic Party” and my conclusion—everyone interested in America should see it. The movie grossed $2.35 […]

Movie review: Climate Hustle

By George Miller All sorts of books or movies have been produced about the Climate Change/Global warming issue. An overwhelming number of them agree that the earth is warming rapidly due to manmade burning of carbon-based fuels, that the results will be disastrous and soon. They predict significant temperature increases, problems with crops & wildlife, catastrophic sea rise, weather […]

Review of Michael Bay’s “13 Hours”

Review of Michael Bay’s “13 Hours”

By Debra Tash This may be more an opinion piece than a movie review, then again reviews, for the most part, are opinion anyway. 13 Hours is a riveting, gritty work, which though it never outright places blame on any one individual, graphically brings home the point that help — American help — never came […]

Sometimes the simplest stories are the most powerful: ‘War Room’ a movie review

Sometimes the simplest stories are the most powerful: ‘War Room’ a movie review

By Debra Tash My husband and I rarely go to the movies these days.  It isn’t the fact that we have to pay as just much for the popcorn and two soft drinks as it cost to get our tickets.  No, it’s the story.  Blood and guts, and more blood and sensory overload, nudity, sex […]