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‘Unable to perceive the shape of You, I find You all around me. Your presence fills my eyes with Your love, It humbles my heart, For You are everywhere” — Guillermo del Toro more
The westward expansion of the United States was largely fueled by the blindness new immigrants felt toward land they believed was theirs for the taking. more
Mildred Hayes has had it up to here. It has been months since her daughter was murdered, and nothing has been done to find the person responsible. At least as far as she can tell. So, to put it mildly, she’s pissed. more
All United States presidents and their administrations have kept secrets. In fact, their imperative to do so is one of the most staunchly defended facets of their working process in the national interest. All presidents and their administrations have also lied, but, to what extent or why is a question that can be argued ad nauseam. more
There has been some speculation online recently about what constitutes a “major motion picture” worthy of industry-award recognition. Targets usually pointed out include a number of made-for-online movies and miniseries ... more
The framework is all too familiar. A terrorist bomb attack kills several innocent people in the midst of a large urban city, London in this case. more
A few highly detailed and compelling-to-read articles have been written about what happened to the Granite Mountain Hotshots on June 30, 2013. In fact, one of them, titled “No Exit” by … more
The real Barry Seal was tall, overweight and, by some accounts, possessed a larger-than-life personality. Actor Tom Cruise works hard to at least capture one of those attributes in Doug Liman’s “based on a true story” film of Seal’s criminal exploits. more
In that now-widely talked-about wacky fusion of James Bond and “Kick-Ass,” writer-director Matthew Vaughn returns with a smashy-crashy sequel to 2014’s “Kingsman: The Secret Service” that is more of the same, but a teeny bit deeper into the character’s backstory. more
In most movies and certainly in TV, poverty is either a temporary state, played for laughs or something lazy people fall into because it’s their own fault. more
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