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So looking forward to Ides Of March. This and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy are my 2 must-sees for the rest of the year.
Love Mr Clooney. I appreciate that when you talk to him he engages in a real conversation as apposed to many ‘stars’ who give the impression they are looking for the next/new/or better option.
He is also an excellent director. I have always maintained that Good Night And Good Luck should have won out over both Brokeback Mountain & Crash at Oscars ’05
Hello – I completely agree. Good Night Good Luck was better than Brokeback Mountain and tied with Crash. When is Hollywood going to get off the PC bandwagon? Slum Dog Millionaire was the worst movie I’ve ever seen in my life and definitely was not traditional Oscar material, but hey… It won for Best Film.
Agreed. Just a handful I’d consider straight shooting and sincere. Saw him once hanging at Morgan Bar in NYC years ago. Spoke to nearly everyone in the room. In contrast, another came weeks later with an entourage and acted like the stereotype.
Breaking News: A Smug Alert has just been issued for the coming Labor Day weekend.
I’m tired of being subjected to the Political opinions of the dumb and dumber in Hollywood. I’ll be glad to save my money and not see this bit of Political propaganda.
Well received, in Europe. Of course.
Any American with true talent and good taste is better received in Europe as opposed to simple-minded, Fox News-watching, American redneck Tea Party hillbillies. Stick to your Larry the Cable Guy DVDs and NASCAR races while the rest of Earth enjoys the work of Mr. Clooney and other like-minds. It’s people like them who are America’s actual faces to the world. And Thank God.
And yet, George went FICORE and turned his back on a union just because he was bitter that he didn’t get a writing credit on that POS Leatherheads…
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