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10 Greatest Impostors Of The 20th Century

For some reason, the world is enthralled with the idea of the impostor. They’re sneaky, deceitful, and devoid of morals—but dang it, they do it with style. 2,770 more words


Best Actor: 1963

Official Nominations: Sidney Poitier. Albert Finney. Richard Harris. Paul Newman. Rex Harrison.

The Best Actor category this year is most famous due to the deserved win of Sidney Poitier- the first black actor to win a competitive Oscar. 531 more words

The Oscars

THE JACKAL (1997) - This movie should not have seen the light of day

I’m ashamed to say that I’ve never seen The Day of the Jackal, the highly acclaimed 1973 thriller that was the inspiration for the movie… 596 more words


Sunday Morning Matinee (07/27/14)


Stars: Sidney Poitier, Richard Widmark, Stephen McNally, Linda Darnell, Ossie Davis & Ruby Dee, Mildred Smith


Opinion: The End of My White Guilt by Mark Judge

 Hearing the kumbaya song from my liberal friend, I immediately thought of a phrase Piers Morgan had recently used when he was debating the tiresome black liberal journalist Touré about the Trayvon Martin case. 378 more words


I'm not your Perfect Negro

I’ve become aware that when a group of people get serious about demanding their rights, they focus on one right.  For example, the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s-60s was mainly focused on voting rights.   975 more words