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Posted on 07/13/2012 12:32:36 PM PDT by 989 replies
Actor Michael Clarke Duncan suffered a heart attack early Friday morning and was rushed to intensive care, his rep confirmed to FOX411. "He is now stable and we look forward to his full recovery," his rep said. Duncan may have died were it not for the efforts of his girlfriend, Omarosa Stallworth, TMZ reports.
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That said, here's hoping that Michael Clarke Duncan recovers fully.
Then I got older and realized the bad guy (Sheen) was a crazy Christian conservative (sad face). But any movie with Christopher Walken and Tom Skerritt, in their prime, still ROCKS!
He’s an actor I’m pleased to see cast in roles. There aren’t all that many these days. I wish him a speedy and full recovery.
"Go home! There's still time" (with the fish tank boiling). Or, "It was not meant to be" (when the doctor can't complete the call to his mother, who survived WWII).
It was a fantastic movie. Sheen's character was more an apocalyptic megalomaniac than a specifically Christian Conservative, IMHO.
In my opinion, The Green Mile followed the liberal agenda in every possible respect. It mocked Southerners and presented capital punishment in a very unfavorable light, to say the least. And, as I mentioned, when the insufferable Tom Hanks is involved with any project, you can be assured that the blame-American-first, anti-Conservative viewpoint will be well represented.
Stallworth's hooters are fake; so the comparison remains. She and her mom not only had their lady-balloons blown up at the same time; they of course had it "reality-televised."
Can’t cure what you can’t get.
I love his work..Green Mile is at the top of my list. Makes me cry every time I see it.
Is Omorossa the gal from the first Trump Apprentice season?
Good job, fast thinking and nicely done. Well wishes to them both.
Actually, no. TV doesn't like to cast African-Americans in the crazy villain role.
Maybe a plot was roughed out by writers, maybe she was acting a little, but they must have found a lot of that character in her personality, though I do notice that she was ordained as a minister this year, so possibly she's changed.
Thank God she got to him in time and saved him (although I’m not sure what exactly transpired since the article is so brief).
I have new respect for Omarosa now after this one. I loved that guy too in Green Mile! He better pull through! That dude has a lot of life left!
Holy crap. I would expect her to nag him while he died on the ground. Good for her!
"As he was a BACHELOR and in nobody's debt, no one troubled their heads about him."
Here’s a King adaptation most haven’t seen;
I’ve read almost everything King has written (with the exception of the Gunslinger series so far), and in his books, Christian characters are just about always nuts. He really has an anti-God thing going on.
Didn’t “God” play a prominent role in The Green Mile? It wasn’t that Leftist. Very good movie. I loved it.
Have you seen her mouth? That b!tch could suck-start a F-105.
My take on The Green Mile is entirely different. It was a celebration of the occult and not at all pro-God. That's not surprising considering the stance of Stephen King:
The beauty of religious mania is that it has the power to explain everything. Once God is accepted as the first cause of everything which happens in the mortal world, nothing is left to chance -- logic can be happily tossed out the window.
And to reiterate earlier remarks, any enterprise involving the extreme leftist Tom Hanks is bound to be both anti-Christian and anti-American. I found The Green Mile to be a sappy, transparently manipulative, politically-correct propaganda piece against the death penalty.
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