A review of “A Wrinkle in Time” found at National Review seems to be also reviewing one of the world’s most pedestaled media personalities.

“…has as its real purpose world domination. Its homilies amount to a manifesto, the same airy-fairy, social-worker generalities about insecurity — and resentment — that built Oprah’s media divinity.”

“The relationship between close – ups and long shots is tokenistic; her lighting bland. As an ambitious 21st-century go-getter, she directs from a position of black, feminist control, not artistic insight or feeling.”


“If this video-game-style hagiography doesn’t expose Oprah’s calculating arrogance, nothing will.”