Posts Tagged Andrew Klavan
Andrew Klavan presents his latest Klavan on the Culture video for PJTV, in which he talks about the Oscars. He does admit on his web page that the video was made before this year’s Oscars, in which the normally moonbatty Hollywood crowd did not succumb to its typical radical political commentary, but his points probably stand.
Andrew Klavan defends a criticism he made a while back on Quentin Tarantino’s film Inglorious Basterds from LA Times critic Patrick Goldstein. In it, he emphasizes the trend in post-modern culture and art to embrace new trends and break away from convention and tradition, even if there is no artistic or cultural value in the breakaway. Shock value and shallowness are becoming more important to modern media forms than substance and empathy. Read the rest of this entry »
Here’s a really good video from a while back that the Reaganite Republican brought back to my attention. It’s one of the first videos that Andrew Klavan did for PJTV, in which he discusses the most often used argument by those on the Left: Shut Up. Well worth the five minutes.