Q: What's the difference between Elvis Mitchell and Roger Kimball?
A: There's more than one. But a particularly salient one, though, it seems, is that when Elvis Mitchell makes a descriptive error concerning a film, he gets fired from his position, whereas when Roger Kimball repeatedly perpetuates a complete falsehood concerning a film, he is permitted to maintain his various sinecures with few or no repercussions.
Make no mistake, by the way: Elvis got canned because a director complained about a review. (A review of a film that Elvis did, I know for a fact, sit through.) Put that in your "New media/the internet roolz! Freedom!" pipe and smoke it, kids.