Harry Khachatrian, Washington Examiner

Harry Khachatrian

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Toronto, ON, Canada

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Past articles by Harry:

Jack Ryan season three is unapologetically pro-America

The idea of The Office’s paper salesman and part-time prankster, Jim (John Krasinski), playing a CIA spy in an R-rated thriller initially sounded like a spoof. But Krasinski pulled off portraying Jack Ryan in its debut season with such aplomb that it made you wonder if he was an undercover operative in Scranton, Pennsylvania, all along. → Read More

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is a clumsy, politicized sequel

With Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, filmmaker Rian Johnson brings back detective Benoit Blanc (and with him, Daniel Craig’s cartoonish Southern accent), expanding his murder mystery cinematic universe. Although cast in the mold of Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot or Peter Falk’s Columbo, Blanc is hampered this time by a haphazard story. → Read More

Violent Night offers heartfelt season's beatings — is it a new holiday classic?

Amid the deluge of sequels, remakes, and adaptations that suffuse theater screens, it’s always refreshing to see a film that makes you think: How has nobody done this before? It is precisely this reaction that director Tommy Wirkola’s latest movie, Violent Night, invokes. → Read More

Avatar: The Way of Water hides a bland story beneath groundbreaking visuals

After nearly a decade of setbacks, James Cameron’s return to Pandora has finally arrived. → Read More

Elvis is a spectacle

Washington Examiner Political Reporter Kate Scanlon joins Jim Antle to discuss rising the confirmation hearing for judge Ketanji Brown Jackson and how it has differed from confirmation hearings in the past. → Read More

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is an almost-enjoyable mess

After 2019’s Endgame, the Marvel movie franchise was at a crossroads. At this point, the Avengers had done it all. Either in unison or on solo projects, they had saved the world a dozen times over; they had lost half the universe, traveled back in time, and saved the universe. With each subsequent film widening the scope of their jurisdiction, what more could they do? → Read More

The Northman is weird. That's a good thing

Accessibility is a metric that critics often discuss in conversations about art. In movies that are made to be more accessible, the ideas and themes are immediately clear. They can be enjoyed without much thought or effort. Producers have a great affinity for such projects as they don’t take much risk and appeal to a broad audience. → Read More

Like an '80s action film, Reacher is no-frills fun

Washington Examiner Energy and Environment Reporter Breanne Deppisch joins Jim Antle to discuss recent moves by the European Union to block Russian energy imports. → Read More

Sen. Elizabeth Warren Pledges Witch Hunts Against Pro-Israel Trump Supporters

President Trump’s complete exoneration of wrongdoing in the debunked Trump-Russia .07/21/2019 18:59:09PM EST. → Read More

KHACHATRIAN: The Intellectual Dishonesty of 'I’m Just Criticizing Israel'

Imagine there’s someone who really dislikes the Toyota Motor Corporation. But when castigating Toyota, they don’t actually criticize the automobile manufacturer’s products or practices. → Read More