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H2N Review: The Most Hated Woman in America

It doesn’t take much for a woman to become the recipient of scorn in America. Usually, just pointing out any sort of inequality between the genders will get a girl in trouble. 134 more words

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Melissa Leo On Board 'Always On My Mind' Story Of Aging Rocker

EXCLUSIVE: Melissa Leo is attached to star in the feature film Always On My Mind from writer/director Chris D’Arienzo (Rock of Ages). She’ll play the wife of an Alzheimer’s-stricken music legend. 174 more words

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Watch Comedians Navigate the Treacherous 1970s L.A. Scene in the First Trailer for Showtime's 'I'm Dying Up Here'

It’s not as if TV needs more series that pay homage to that American hero, the standup comedian — there’s a long, long tradition of comics… 189 more words

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Experience The Brutality Of Stand-Up Comedy In The Latest Trailer For Showtime's 'I'm Dying Up Here'

As your open mic mainstay bud can tell you (before shotgunning a bag of wine), stand-up comedy can be a brutal business. Showtime’s upcoming series set during the hazy days of the ’70s L.A. 184 more words

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The Most Hated Woman in America is Well-Intentioned, but Rarely Does its Subject Justice

While she isn’t as well known today as she was during her life, Madalyn Murray O’Hair is one of the most fascinating women in American history. 911 more words

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SXSW: The Most Hated Woman In America

Madalyn Murray O’Hair was an activist. For atheism. Perhaps you remember her? She was reviled by some and praised by others, I suppose depending on which side of god’s fence you sit on, if you believe there’s a fence, and whether you believe other people have the right to picket that fence. 289 more words

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Movie Review: The Most Hated Woman in America (2017)

The Most Hated Woman in America (2017)

Starring- Melissa Leo, Peter Fonda, Sally Kirkland, Rory Cochrane, Josh Lucas, Adam Scott, Juno Temple, Vincent Kartheiser, Anna Camp, Michael Chernus, Alex Frost, Brandon Mychal Smith, Ryan Cutrona… 1,297 more words

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