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Paleoconservative Intellectual Paul Gottfried Interviewed: Conservative 'nationalism'?

Paleoconservative Intellectual Paul Gottfried Interviewed

Posted on April 17, 2014 by Luke Ford

According to Wikipedia:

Paul Edward Gottfried (born 1941) is an American paleoconservative political philosopher, intellectual historian, columnist and former Horace Raffensperger Professor of Humanities at Elizabethtown College in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, as well as a Guggenheim recipient.

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Got that sinking feeling? Black Sea is a film of hidden depths

Now here’s a film which was certainly let down by its trailer – shame on them! Black Sea starring Jude Law is one adventure film you can’t afford to miss and who doesn’t enjoy a treasure hunt? 361 more words

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Life in a day

Youtube’un çok başarılı bir sosyal medyalı belgesel projesi. Projenin prodüktörlüğünde Ridley ve Tony Scott kardeşler var. Yönetmen de Kevin Macdonald.

Youtube diyor ki; 24 Temmuz 2010’da yaşadığınız herhangi bir şeyle ilgili çektiğiniz videoyu #Lifeinaday hashtag’iyle Youtube’a yükleyin. 126 more words




Run time: 115mins

Director: Kevin Macdonald

Cast: Jude Law, Grigoriy Dobrygin, Scoot McNairy, Ben Mendelsohn, Tobias Menzies, David Threlfall, Karl Davies, Michael Smiley, Bobby Schofield… 257 more words

One Mann's Movies Film Review: Black Sea

The title of the film – Black Sea – is both descriptive and geographic.  

Jude Law plays Robinson, a submarine captain put out to graze by his salvage company who finds an audacious way to get back at his old bosses and make some money at the same time.  429 more words

Film Review

Black Sea: Review

Forgive the pun, but there’s a lot going on beneath the surface in Black Sea, the latest submarine thriller from The Last King Of Scotland director Kevin Macdonald. 612 more words

Film Review: Black Sea (2014)

Director: Kevin Macdonald
Writer: Dennis Kelly
Stars:  Jude Law, Ben Mendelsohn, Scoot McNairy

An excellent underwater adventure where men are put to the test for the ultimate prize. 838 more words