Politics With Your Popcorn: The Sequel

Not even a story on movie sequels is immune from liberal politics.

Again proving that no section of the Times is safer from liberal politicking, Bill O'Reilly-loathingmovie critic Jeanette Catsoulis pondered the plethora of summer movie sequels in the Sunday Arts & Leisure and came up with this interesting explanation:

"Fans who tolerate the repetitiveness and ideological bankruptcy of the 'Rush Hour' franchise, for example, may be testaments to the power of hope and a need for familiarity at a time when the Iraq war continues unabated, pensions and polar ice disappear, and Al Qaeda videos enjoy wider distribution than Sundance winners."