Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Annie, Sep 23, 2005.
I saw him on the political panels during the elections .... think it was on MSNBC ...... and I knew that he was going to have problems in Hollywood after that......but he gained quite a bit of respect from me just because he did stand up, knowing that he would be "blackballed".
I'll see his movie.
I didn't know Silver was behind Faren-hype 911. I saw clips of it, and it looked pretty good. One scene had the audio of Michael Moore saying "There is no terrorist threat in America" over the video of the second plane hitting the WTC tower.
I have had the thought that if the more conservative and Republican friendly actors banned together, they could probably produce enough of their own movies to tell the rest of Hollywood to shove it.
I would most certainly like to see this movie.
I think with this and Hotel Rwanda, maybe the image of the UN will finally get the well-deserved hit that's been on the way but has never quite arrived in the public opinion polls.
As the liberal Ken Cain says (whose book is outstanding by the way), its liberals who should be most outraged, as it is their liberal ideals that have been so betrayed.
why do you think that Ryan Seacrest has a star on the Hollyweird WoF, but Mel Gibson doesn't?
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