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Author Brian Raftery talks about "Election," "Being John Malkovich" and a few other favorites of that landmark year in film.
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The current homeowner found a time capsule containing a letter and memorabilia stashed inside a wall.
We've got the tools, the language and the incentive. We've got the truth available to us. All we need now is the desire to open our ears to hear and our eyes to finally see.
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Here's what I do know about all education, training, and development available today. World Peace is my life-altering goal
One of the most common religious categories that has been applied to film is that of "parable." Unfortunately, most understandings of parables are bland and antiseptic.
We all suffer from some status envy, but often those status symbols are merely mirages. They're not real.
Donald Trump's surprisingly successful presidential campaign accompanied by violence at campaign rallies and a general disregard for democratic norms are only the latest manifestation of this declining confidence. Trump would be impossible at a time or a place where democratic commitments were more robust and where the temptations of yielding to a strong leader who operates outside of the normal rules of the game were less pronounced.
McNay has been a Huffington Post contributor since 2008 and his insights have appeared in hundreds of publications, including
Another blessing is casting Christian Slater to basically revise (arguably one of his best roles ever) a character he played
Even fictitious characters have to get a little feisty with their text messages from time to time, right? We've all done it and we all know how our conversations go, but what about some of your all time favorite and most notable movie characters? How would their sexting go down? Probably a little like this.
I hope to explore the self-understanding I have gradually and painfully accumulated over the years, and what this has meant
A few days ago, Rumblr, the self-described "Tinder for fighting" application, was announced. Then came news that it was a marketing ploy for a new public relations firm. Still, that leaves the question, would fighting by matchmaking be illegal New York?