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Dave (1993)

Director: Ivan Reitman

Writer: Gary Ross (Screenplay)

Starring: Kevin Kline, Sigourney Weaver, Frank Langella, Kevin Dunn, Ving Rhames, Ben Kingsley, Charlie Grodin, Laura Linney, Bonnie Hunt… 578 more words

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Stir of Echoes

Stir of Echoes

Made in 1999 and released in the UK in May 2000, Stir of Echoes, is a horror mystery movie. Directed by David Koepp (director of one of my favourite movies – Secret Window), he also wrote the screenplay. 445 more words

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WWE: Triple H Has A Firm Grasp On The WWE Universe

Triple H wants your help booking shows.

That’s the news reported originally by WrestleZone on September 29. According to insiders with the company who were not named, Triple H is looking at ways he can incorporate suggestions from the Internet Wrestling Community (IWC) into the WWE product. 500 more words

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The Difference Between NXT and the Main Roster

The buzz is all around social media about how excellent NXT has been. But for all the praise of this “developmental” unit within WWE, there are a hundred complaints about the main event shows–Smackdown, Raw, and monthly pay-per-views. 1,561 more words

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WWE: NXT On Raw reaction

But no sooner had I recovered from seeing Kenta’s debut hyped on the WWE’s flagship program, then Michael Cole was telling me that there would be a match between the four men in Thursday night’s main event…NEXT! 709 more words

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'Veep' actor Kevin Dunn: Hillary Clinton's praise of Henry 'KILLinger' is 'disgusting'

Many are unhappy about Hillary Clinton’s rave review of Henry Kissinger’s new book, “World Order.”

Actor Kevin Dunn, who plays the part of Ben Cafferty, the president’s chief of staff in the HBO show “Veep,” can be counted among Clinton’s critics for her praise of Kissinger’s book: 43 more words

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Dave (1993)

Been some years since I watched this last and also quite a few years since Kevin Kline showed up on my screen. I really like movies about presidents that are fictional (I never really liked any of the true ones besides Oliver Stone’s JFK). 134 more words

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