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    Ron Fournier‏Verified account@ron_fournier 1,000 words
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    HuffPost Politics‏Verified acco@HuffPostPol "My show was canceled before even one advertiser pulled out and I was labeled a racist. Why, you ask? Well, the answer’s simple: It’s because I voted for Donald Trump and that is not allowed in Hollywood," said Roseanne Barr. https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/roseanne-barr-i-was-labeled-a-racist-because-i-voted-for-donald-trump_us_5b5257c9e4b0de86f48d0d2c?section=politics&ncid=tweetlnkushpmg00000016
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    Newsweek‏Verified account@Newsweek Kimberly Guilfoyle says Donald Trump Jr. is the "number one up-and-coming political figure" http://bit.ly/2zT9YOM
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    The Night Visitor - Swedish horror film starring Max Von Sydow as a psychotic inmate who escapes from prison and kills the people who helped send him to prison for a crime he didn't commit. Liv Ullman plays his sister who knows he is innocent. He oddly gets caught with the help of a parrot (?). This one is basically a B movie but it did have decent cinematography and a decent soundtrack by Mancini. It's enjoyable.
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    The Washington Post have had several articles on this subject of late. In one, by the definition of poverty they calculated that an additional 100 million U.S. citizens were living on the cusp of poverty. Here is another quote... The national poverty line in our country is approximately $25,000 for a family of four. Yet even with this extremely low line , more than 43 million Americans live in poverty, or 12.7 percent of the population, according to the Census Bureau. The claim that only 3 percent of the population is living in true poverty is a gross distortion.
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    USA TODAY Opinion‏Verified accou@usatodayopinion Trump and Putin used race to divide us. Now America's Achilles’ heel has become a national security problem, enabling the most effective attack on our democracy by a foreign power in our history. https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2018/07/19/putin-trump-race-divide-americans-2016-election-interference-column/799765002/
  7. 3 points
    Doesn't Sinatra's "That's Life" mention a puppet?
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    ANOTHER DAY AT THE WHITE HOUSE "So, in summary, Mr. President, as your Vice President and second in command, I want you to know that, to the best of my ability as a God fearing man, I will do anything you ask of me. Even lay down my life, if need be." "Gee, that's great, Mike. I was wondering if you'd mind keeping Melania company while I take that trip to Florida tomorrow. She's in another one of her preferring to freeze in Hell than take another trip with me moods." "I'd be alone with her, Mr. President?" "Well, yeah. I need someone with her I can trust not to try anything." "Alone with her, Mr. President?" "Yes. It won't be long. A couple of hours or so. Is that okay?" "Alone with her, Mr. President?" "Well, yeah, but I . . ." "Alone with her, Mr. President?" "Alright, alright, ya rubber room wacko! I'll get someone else to do it!" "THANK YOU, Mr. President!"
  9. 3 points
    “No good movie is too long and no bad movie is short enough.” Roger Ebert
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    The Russians have developed a super secret advanced technology that allows the ventriloquist to manipulate the dummy without him having to put his hand up the dummy's keister.
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    Sorry MCOH, but I've never thought Rex was, yep I'm just going to come right out and say it here...all that "bright" or "incisive", OR for that matter, would know what "art" is or a truly artistic film is IF it bit him on his butt! Case in point to follow. Here's what Rex wrote about what many MANY other critics are now calling "The best film made since the turn of this century--David Lynch's Mulholland Drive (2001): "[it's] a load of moronic and incoherent garbage", and calling it the "worst film he's seen in 2001". (...and trust me here, THIS example of his utter cluelessness would be just one in a long LONG series of such that I've noted over the many years I've watched his little act unfold over these many decades)
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    Evan McMullin‏Verified account@Evan_McMullin This notion that Dan Coats has somehow “gone rogue” or that he was disloyal to the president because he spoke truth to the American people about Moscow’s ongoing attacks tells you everything you need to know about the fundamentally disloyal nature of Trumpism itself.
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    I'll watch a movie that is over two hours long if it is entertaining. If I'm enjoying watching the film and it is holding my interest, then I don't even notice the length of the film. It's when the movie is boring and tedious that you really notice the length. Sometimes a 90 min movie can feel like 3 hours if it's dull.
  14. 2 points
    Brandon Friedman‏Verified account@BFriedmanDC Two headlines, a day apart:
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    The 1958 German Film Awards Best Picture was … Stalingrad: Dogs, Do You Want to Live Forever? (1959) Frank Wisbar, Germany The 1959 German Film Awards Best Picture was … Roses For the Prosecutor (1959) Wolfgang Staudte, Germany
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    I saw "The Time of Your Life" a year-and-a-half or about two years ago on TCM. Paul Draper also makes an appearance in this movie. His movies are a big deal to me because Paul Draper is one of the greatest tap dancers who ever lived and he made very few films. So that's why I probably remember seeing this movie not so long ago. One unfortunate reason that he only made a couple of movies was because he was blacklisted. The other film of his that I have seen is called "Colleen" and he tap dances with Ruby Keeler.
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    Anthony Ray, son of Nicholas Ray, and former step-son and husband of Gloria Grahame has passed away at the age of 80. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/anthony-ray-dead-actor-son-nicholas-ray-husband-gloria-grahame-was-80-1128726
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    Daniel Dale‏Verified account@ddale8 This is funny because Trump said on CNBC that “crazy” “fools” in the media wanted him to get right up in Putin’s face. Turns out it was his own aides who said they wanted that.
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    The winners of the 1959 Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language films included … Black Orpheus (1959) Marcel Camus, Brazil Odd Obsession (1959) Kon Ichikawa, Japan The Bridge (1959) Bernhard Wicki, Germany
  21. 2 points
    Jarrett, Cody - James Cagney in WHITE HEAT
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    Denizcan Grimes‏ @MrFilmkritik If Michael Cohen, Trump's long time lawyer and personal fixer, has tapes of Trump, just imagine what Vladimir Putin, a former KGB agent, must have on him.
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    Shinobu Hashimoto (April 18, 1918 - July 19, 2018) - Japanese screenwriter who frequently worked with director Akira Kurosawa. Among Hashimoto's screenwriting credits are Rashomon (1950), Ikiru (1952), Seven Samurai (1954), I Live in Fear (1955), Throne of Blood (1957), The Hidden Fortress (1958), The Bad Sleep Well (1960), Harakiri (1962), Samurai Assassin (1965), The Sword of Doom (1966), Samurai Rebellion (1967), Samurai Banners (1969), and Dodes'ka-den (1970).

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