Bumped — That’s why, I say, frack it

Tonight, tonight, tonight …

Had the privilege of attending the People’s Republic of Santa Monica LA premiere of Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney’s FrackNation last night. The New York Post’s Kyle Smith will do a much better job of giving you a decent review, so even though Phelim didn’t utililze the services of our […]

Toto Shrugged

Forget John Galt, find my agent!

…but Kyle Smith kind of liked it!

Threedonia frequenter and sometime poster, Film Critic (that’s right, I said, “film”), Christian Toto was underwhelmed with the first of a proposed three part movie series on Ayn Rand’s most famous work.  I don’t want to poach traffic from […]

Two Words: No Duke

Our friend Kyle Smith has a mini-review up of the Coen Brothers remake of True Grit over at his blog. If you’ve seen the original there aren’t any spoilers there.

Matt Daemon

I wasn’t planning on seeing Matty’s new flick The Green Zone in any case, but Kyle Smith pretty much confirms my suspicions.

I can’t believe what I just saw, so I’ll think about it some more before I go into detail. But if I were the kind of excitable guy who believes in […]

The Short-Staffed Times

In the New York Post, Kyle Smith follows up on the Times’ managing editor Jill Abramson’s claim that their Washington bureau was too short-staffed to allow a mention of the Van Jones scandal until after the “green jobs” czar had resigned:

Here’s how long-staffed The New York Times actually is. Long after Glenn Beck reported […]

Even the NY Times is Queasy?

Kyle Smith, of the NY Post (and friend of Threedonia), links to a round up of mostly liberal muckety-mucks who are uneasy with Obama’s characterization of police. Is the worm beginning to turn?

This incident could turn out to be something Obama really regrets. Says law prof Paul Butler: “The police ‘acted stupidly’ is something […]