OK so one of my gung ho activist-type friends just sent me (and everyone she knows!) an email about an upcoming Court TV movie that is supposed to be really moving, good, important, and yada yada. Her organization is spreading the word, partly because death penalty was front page news this week. I'll spare you the whole email (It's like two pages!), but I just cut and paste the main details... Court TV Premieres Original Movie "The Exonerated" Thursday, January 27th at 9 pm. STAR-STUDDED CAST FEATURES SUSAN SARANDON, DANNY GLOVER, AIDAN QUINN, BRIAN DENNEHY, DELROY LINDO AND INTRODUCES DAVID BROWN, JR. The Exonerated premiere will air commercial-free...the cinematic adaptation of the award-winning off-Broadway play of the same name focuses on the stories of six innocent people who spent years on death row before being set free. So the thing is that it looks really interesting and I love the topic and most of the actors, but the thing is although Susan Sarandon is a great actress, she kind of rubs me the wrong way. I don't know why. I mean, I'm really glad she's active, but she and her husband seem so smug about it. Does anyone out there agree/know what I'm talking about? Sometimes I think outspoken members of the Hollywood community do more harm than good!!