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The coverup exposed in Spotlight would Not be exposed in today's media. Some victims are still trying to get the story of pedophile priest crimes out to the public. Please read more true stories of pedophile priests and church hierarchy who aided and abetted them at City of Angels Blog by Kay Ebeling, a journalist who is also one of thousands of survivors of these crimes in the USA alone today.
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The Buckley-Vidal "debate" (more of an erudite slime-fest) was one of the highlights of the national conventions in the summer of 1968. It couldn't have been more depressing, watching the police riot at the Chicago Democratic convention, and Nixon (flanked by Spiro Agnew on one side and Strom Thurmond on the other) win the Republican nomination in Miami. Many of us turned to Buckley and Vidal like you opt for a Bloody Mary after a bad hangover.
"Two Step" is one of the best films I've seen in a long long time.
Yet another reason why I do not have cable or satellite service.
I agree. It's so much more fun to make fun of colored people.
Don't forget that Cable One people missed the entire National League playoffs in 2013 when Turner pulled the plug for a month ... No CNN either during that time.
I agree that Ex Machina is a great film. In fact, it's the best movie I have seen in a long time. But it's a low budget film, and that's why it wasn't promoted aggressively. They had no money for advertising.
You forgot Mad Max: Fury Road.
Evening I have a similar request to send you a clip to find out who it is
I hope he 'revives' Brian Meadows!!!!!
The trailer does not disclose the act on purpose so I don't understand why you would spoil it to your readers. ESPECIALLY IN THE TITLE!
It's an entertaining yarn, to be sure. However, I believe the Coen brothers would balk at your labeling it their "magnum opus." They have said numerous times that it's not one of their favorites, and they are surprised that it evolved into a cult favorite.
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I went to see this movie due to the glowing review by the weekly. The acting was just SO bad!
The Six Million Dollar Man series started in 1973, not in the 1960's and was actually broadcast in color.
Looks great! Hope to see it next week.
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