Having premiered at the 34th Annual Toronto Inter-national Film Festival on September 11, 2009, but seeing its wide theatrical debut on January 8, 2010 (I caught it yesterday in Chicago), "Daybreakers" is a thinking man's vampire film.
What makes Avatar so interesting is that when one looks beyond the science fiction story, one clearly sees the policies of our government serving the multi-national corporations.
"Goodbye Africa, goodbye South Asia; goodbye glaciers and sea ice, coral reefs and rainforest; it was nice knowing you." Such was George Monbiot's dismay as the recent Copenhagen Climate Conference ended.
Whole Foods CEO John Mackey seems to be getting a lot of press recently.
Forty-four years ago, pop culture received an unexpected push leftward with "A Charlie Brown Christmas."
The following are remarks made by Communist Party USA Vice Chair Scott Marshall to the 11th International Meeting of the Communist and Workers Parties hosted by the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and the Communist Party of India in New Delhi on Nov. 20 - 22.
Children go hungry throughout the United States, the richest country in the world. What is it about capitalism - or the so-called "free enterprise" system - that it does not fulfill such a basic need: adequate food?
Michael Moore's film on capitalism shows how very limited democracy is under capitalism.
There's a purpose why Michael Moore presents a two-hour, rapid fire account of harrowing, horror and arresting stories in his newest film "Capitalism: A Love Story." There are too many stories.
Time Magazine has decided to zero in on Detroit; here's a reaction from one lifelong Detroiter.