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James Garner, the charming leading man from Oklahoma who made it look easy on NBC's The Rockford Files and in films opposite Doris Day, Julie Andrews and Sally Field during more than a half-century in show business, has died. He was 86.
The actor died at his Brentwood California home on Saturday night.
Jon Voight (pictured) the Oscar-winning actor aired grievances on Fox News, framing them as a message to the American public: "The Democrat party has become a very negative force."
Those grievances range from (but are not limited to) Benghazi, the IRS scandal, the "targeting" of conservative filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza, illegal immigration, the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court case, the treatment of war veterans, the chaos in Iraq and deep reservations about President Obama.
Don’t hold back Jon. Tell us what your really think. And don’t look for any more really good movie rolls in the Obama worshiping Hollywood.
North Korea warns U.S. over film mocking its leader Kim Jong Un (pictured).
The movie is a comedy about a plot to assassinate Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
If the U.S. government doesn't block the movie's release, it will face "stern" and "merciless" retaliation, an unidentified spokesman for North Korea's Foreign Ministry said in state media.
The "reckless U.S. provocative insanity" of mobilizing a "gangster filmmaker" to challenge the North's leadership is triggering "a gust of hatred and rage" among North Korean people and soldiers, the spokesman said, in typically heated propaganda language.
The film's release would be considered an "act of war that we will never tolerate."
The so-called summer blockbusters "Transformers 4" and "22 Jump Street" did not perform well over the July 4th holiday weekend.
After two spectacular record-breaking years, the July Fourth weekend’s box office just heaped on more summer misery at the multiplex.
The holiday weekend saw a gigantic drop of 46 percent in box-office receipts for the top 12 movies, with little beyond “Transformers” drawing a crowd.
And “Transformers” wasn’t that great according to a critic who said, “Instead of going to see the movie Transformers 4 I had the crazy guy who lives at the dump throw lawnmower parts and scream at me for three hours.”
Maybe Hollywood is spending too much time and money swooning over Mr. Obama on his frequent trips to Tinseltown and not enough time and money to go back to making films people want to see.
What am I saying - they haven’t made really good movies in decades.