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SNOWDEN Review: Stone Shatters The Surveillance State

Edward Snowden’s leak of classified NSA information is the kind of story that mercurial filmmaker Oliver Stone should be able to sink his teeth into – a young idealist goes up against a monolothic opponent in a story rife with political intrigue and moral ambiguity. 743 more words

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Snowden

The film exists within two different timelines: there’s NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) holed up in a room with documentary film-maker Laura Poitras (Melissa Leo) and journalists Glenn Greenwald (Zachary Quinto) and Ewan MacAskill (Tom Wilkinson) and then layered over the top, there are the events that led him to this juncture. 243 more words

Film Journal

Music Monday: Baby It's Cold Outside by Lady Gaga and Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Woke up this morning to the first snowfall of the season.  It’s chilly but not enough to make the snow stay.  Nice way to finish off the holiday and prepare for the next one.

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Tom Hanks recreates photo of Bill Murray that people thought was him

Last month, the Internet was gripped in a controversy to rival that of The Dress of 2015. An old image of Bill Murray mimicking the crying baby in front of him surfaced, but people weren’t convinced the celeb in the picture was actually a Ghostbuster. 142 more words

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'Snowden' - Movie Review: Oliver Stone Adapts The Whistleblower's Fascinating Story Perplexingly Safe

| The NSA’s illegal surveillance techniques are leaked to the public by one of the agency’s employees, Edward Snowden, in the form of thousands of classified documents distributed to the press. 459 more words

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Inception (2012)

Channel: Sky Crime / Thriller

Time: 11:10pm – 1:40am

Action: ***** Lots, brilliantly imaginative

Realism: ***** None at all, but convincing in its own way… 150 more words

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Snowden (2016)

Well it’s official. Joseph Gordon-Levitt has starred in not one, but two inferior films based on far superior documentaries. Last year it was Robert Zemeckis’ … 581 more words

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