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  • The movie Sicario mini review

    10/17/2015 6:06:41 PM PDT · by dennisw · 26 replies
    moi | Oct 17th
    Good action movie. Good plot that is coherent and makes sense. The cinematography makes Arizona and Mexico devoid of anything green. I mean trees, shrubs and grass etc. Adding to a haunting feeling. All the vegetation I saw was brown. The Juarez scenes make Juarez look like a pit of hell/ I liked the lack of over acting. I am not a fan of Benecio Del Torro but he does very well here. Josh Brolin does well. Emily Blunt is OK. Ten other actresses could have done just as well. The supporting actors were credible. The assault using night vision...
  • Boycott Hollywood Anti-Americans List Updated

    02/07/2003 7:22:37 AM PST · by jonalvy44 · 263 replies · 15,569+ views
    updated list to include Dustin Hoffman, who recently opened his big mouth... We the undersigned American Citizens stand against Wealthy Hollywood Celebrities abusing their status to speak for us. We do not believe that they have a clear understanding of how we live, what we fear, and what we support. We believe that celebrities Martin Sheen, Mike Farrell, Tim Robbins, Rob Reiner, Barbara Streisand, and others with them are using their celebrity to interfere with the defense of our country. We believe that Hollywood Celebrities use their wealth to make their own personal issues known while Americans would never have...
  • Gag order for celebrity mouthpieces

    03/09/2003 2:08:38 AM PST · by kattracks · 53 replies · 688+ views
    New York Daily News ^ | 3/09/03 | Rush & Molloy
    The backlash against politically strident stars is building. "We, the undersigned, stand against wealthy Hollywood celebrities abusing their status to speak for us," declares an Internet petition launched by Citizens Against Celebrity Pundits. The Web site claims to have the backing of more than 50,000 people who agree that Barbra Streisand, Tim Robbins, Rob Reiner and other Bush-bashers, do not "have a clear understanding of how we live, what we fear and what we support." The site is obviously meant to lampoon Artists United to Win Without War and other celeb manifestoes. But not everyone is laughing. Reps at the...