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105 Must See Films: Videodrome (1983)

Starring: James Woods, Deborah Harry,Sonja Smits

Director: David Cronenberg

I found this one a bit of a hard watch, and I think that with Cronenberg films, that’s kind of the point. 249 more words

105 Must See Films

Appoggiatura and Logorrhea No. 721

I don’t know where you are just now, but look what you did, Mr. James Woods, by refusing to watching professional sports:



Too Big To Fail (2011)

Too Big To Fail is a dramatisation of the 2008 banking crisis that attempts to explain the situation in terms the layman can understand.

In this it is successful, thanks to smart scripting and an excellent cast and any right-minded person cannot help but be infuriated as to how it all arose; the story is essentially that of a group of entitled, rich men in suits who gambled away the entire economy for the sake of their own quick and easy profit, enabled by a complicit establishment who were either too weak or self-serving to say no to them. 105 more words


James Woods Quits Twitter Over Censorship Concerns

From Truth Revolt, by Paul Bois

He will be missed

Thanks to Twitter censoring views they disagree with, people won’t get the privilege of relishing conservative actor James Woods’ politically incorrect social media rants. 176 more words


A Voice of Colorado No. 642:

The Trump Effect continues to affect everything within reach: Less than twenty-four hours after Twitter terminated the accounts of individuals who explicitly identified themselves as white supremacists actor James Wood, known for his tweets again United States President Barack Obama, made it known he would not submit to the practices of censorship by Twitter, and abandoned his account. 44 more words

State Of Colorado

Outspoken President-elect @realDonaldTrump won "Against All Odds" (& farewell @realJamesWoods)

I waited too long to Twitter-follow Woods, the villian in the 1984 movie, Against All Odds. He has left-the-(Twitter) building in protest of the “progressive” censorship there… 43 more words