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Cinema Review - Kill the Messenger

Investigative journalist Gary Webb (Jeremy Renner) becomes the centre of a vicious smear campaign after he exposes the CIA’s involvement in the crack cocaine epidemic of LA in the 1980s. 347 more words


Michael Sheen speaks on protecting the NHS...

Not been online much recently but this is something I watched yesterday and felt compelled to share. I know the idea of Universal Healthcare isn’t universally popular but I do love my NHS and the knowledge that it is under threat sends a chill through me.


Poor premise to Kill The Messenger

Kill The Messenger   ★★☆☆☆   dir. Michael Cuesta

Despite a plot of international significance featuring political corruption, money laundering and drug dealing, this real-life thriller is surprisingly weak and muddled. 469 more words


Sheen's speech is an eloquent rallying call to save our NHS

Last Saturday, a doughty band of campaigners spent a cold and wet day outside East Croydon Station seeking signatures for a petition in support of the NHS. 396 more words


'By God, believe in something!'

Michael Sheen gives one of the most inspiring, heart felt and passionate evocation of the principles of collective action and community I have heard in years. 1,291 more words

MY MOVIE SHELF: Underworld

The Task: Watch and write about every movie on my shelf, in order (Blu-rays are sorted after DVDs), by June 10, 2015.  Remaining movies: 146   829 more words


Michael Sheen: So Right, And Yet So Wrong

Michael Sheen was 100% right in his criticism of politicians lacking in conviction, but his sycophantic Aneurin Bevan worship and NHS fetishisation is the wrong prescription for Britain. 1,611 more words