John Podhoretz, film critic

When your only tool is an all-consuming hatred for Bill Clinton, every film looks like a Clinton character study

Published June 10, 2010 4:30PM (EDT)

John Podhoretz
John Podhoretz

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His later-in-life crisis is the crisis of the Baby Boomer generation writ small. In its own way, and perhaps without even knowing it, Solitary Man is the best portrait we’ve yet had of the psychology and motivation of Bill Clinton.

John Podhoretz, editor of Commentary, is The Weekly Standard’s movie critic

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