America has become a madhouse

by Ted Baehr -- Editor's note: Dr. Tom Snyder contributed to this column.I got home just in time to tune into the final half hour or so of the Grammy Awards, and more…

Who killed the audience
for political movies?

by Ted Baehr -- The self-proclaimed liberal director of "Crash" told the Los Angeles Times that political movies were back. If he meant that there are more political films now than there more…

The age of willful ignorance

by Ted Baehr -- While waiting to interview two of the top producers in Hollywood, Frank Marshall ("E.T.") and Jerry Bruckheimer ("Pirates Of The Caribbean" and "Remember The Titans") – and others more…

Golden Globes become
more irrelevant every year

by Ted Baehr -- Editor's note: Dr. Tom Snyder contributed to this column."Monday night's Golden Globe Awards are becoming more irrelevant every year. All but one of the dramas nominated for the more…

Suckers & sages:
How to avoid irrelevance

by Ted Baehr -- A recent article in the New York Times commended Christian ministries for abandoning boycotts in favor of reviewing movies. Although the article was helpful to MOVIEGUIDE?, it was more…

Munich: Rethinking
the War on Terror

by Ted Baehr -- Critics and awards committees have not been very kind to Steven Spielberg's new movie about the 1972 massacre of 11 Israelis at the Summer Olympics in Munich and more…

'King Kong'

by Ted Baehr -- In "King Kong," director Peter Jackson follows the "Lord Of The Rings" trilogy with this overblown, monster of a remake set in the 1930s, starring Jack Black and more…

Homosexual cowboys

by Ted Baehr -- If he wasn't in heaven, my father, 1930's box-office award-winning, Hollywood cowboy star, Bob "Tex" Allen – and his more recognizable successors, like John Wayne and Gene Autry more…

Absolutely thrilling!

by Ted Baehr -- Almost 100 million people have read "The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe," in a publishing universe where most books sell less than 10,000 copies, according to the more…