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Ann Hornaday Finds an Ally for Mass Murder Movie Link… Rush Limbaugh

Ann Hornaday, The Washington Post film critic widely criticized for suggesting Elliot Rodger went on a murder spree because of frat boy movies, has at least one media ally, ultra-conservative talking head Rush Limbaugh. Limbaugh drew a connection between the murders at the University of California Santa Barbara and the movie “Hunger Games.” On his syndicated radio show, Limbaugh pointed out that Elliot’s father Peter Roger worked as an assistant director on the first movie in the series. ...

Hollywood In Uproar After Film Critic Links Mass Murder to Movies

Seth Rogan and much of Hollywood are raking Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday over the coals for claiming that mass murderer Elliot Rodger is a product of Hollywood’s male-dominated culture and the “sexist, misogynistic” movies it produces. There’s nothing new or original about that. It’s an old saw that gets taken out of the barn anytime a convenient scapegoat is needed to explain something. Hornaday, a government major at Smith College and a Pulitzer finalist in criticism, should know better. ...

X-Men Turn Memorial Day into Mutant’s Day With $111M Gross

Jennifer Lawrence, Hugh Jackman and the rest of the X-Men mutants may have won the box office with a stunning $111 million gross over the three-day holiday weekend, but there is still no joy in Hollywood–overall receipts are down. The picture was up against “Blended” with Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore and Bella Thorne, and frat-boy movie “Neighbors,” with Zac Efron, Seth Rogan and Rose Byrne. ...