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Do Audiences Want to See War?
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Mickey Kaus:

Are Hollywood’s Iraq dramas bombing because a) people don’t want to hear about Iraq or b) people don’t want to hear about Iraq from Hollywood liberals? … Several hundred commenters at Breitbart.com (most, presumably, sent by Drudge) seems to think they know the answer. It’s not Steven Bochco’s answer. … If there were an Iraq film not made by Hollywood liberals, we might be able to settle the argument.

Well, it’s not a movie and it’s not about Iraq per se (though neither are some of the productions mentioned in that AFP dispatch on Breitbart.com), but there is a War on Terror-theme television show, made by Hollywood non-liberal Joel Surnow, called 24. It seems to have done alright.

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