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Ideological Warfare (American Sniper)

There has been a lot of interest surrounding Clint Eastwood’s new film, an interest not just reflected in the box office (it broke Avatar’s record for the biggest opening weekend taking over 90 million dollars and has now taken in excess of 200 million) but also with the debates and discussions surrounding the film’s portrayal of a man, Chris Kyle (Bradley Cooper), with 160 plus confirmed kills for his service in the Navy SEALs during four tours of duty in the Iraq war. 835 more words

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'Django Unchained' Actress, Boyfriend Plead Not Guilty Charges To Lewd Conduct

VAN NUYS (CBSLA.com) — An actress who appeared in “Django Unchained” and her boyfriend pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges of lewd conduct after a witness reported the two were having sex inside a car on a Studio City street. 331 more words

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'Django' actress Daniele Watts pleads not guilty to lewd conduct charge

LOS ANGELES (AP) — An attorney for “Django Unchained” actress Daniele Watts and her boyfriend has entered not guilty pleas on their behalf to misdemeanor lewd conduct charges. 112 more words

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Sight & Sound - Textual Analysis

Sight & Sight magazine in a serious and independent magazine that is targeted at a niche audience of educated film experts as it is very information heavy and focuses on more on directors, auteurs and independent and art house films. 1,073 more words

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Selma Lord Selma

*The first movie about the U.S. civil rights movement I ever saw, shown Disney Channel in the early 2000’s*.

When I was seven or eight years old, I discovered something that I had the good sense to be ashamed of even as a child. 1,714 more words

Sight & Sound Film Magazine Analysis

As part of my A2 coursework, I have to construct a magazine front cover promoting the neo-noir film ‘Sicarius’ that my group and I are making a theatrical trailer for. 84 more words

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'Django Unchained' Producer on 'Selma' Oscar Snubs: Did Voters Have "Racial Fatigue"? (Guest Column)

by Reginald Hudlin

1/21/2015 8:00am PST

This story first appeared in the Jan. 30 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.

“I hate whining.

Ironically, when I was asked to write about the Oscar “whiteout,” I was in a planning meeting for the NAACP Image Awards. 392 more words