Alternative history writing project continues at Academy Award bunker where the war in year five is regarded as useful but over budget and wrongly cast.
Of the five films for best, have paid to see one, Munich, and aim to see one more on DVD, Good Night, and Good Luck; am uncompelled by the alternate lifestyle persons in Brokeback Mountain and Capote, and am unattracted to traffic incidents in L.A. in Crash.
Did hurry to pay to see Syriana, because it is based on a book by a confessional, compelling, ironic CIA officer, Baer.
Devote myself mostly to Spielberg's alternate history of the Mossad in
Importantly, it is necessary to accept that there are no facts in Spielberg's or Clooney's movies, not even the weather. This is not a negative. What you can find is a sentimental belief that Team America and Team
Most revealing to me are the versions of the jihadists that
My experience of the jihad crowd, and of the new league opened in Tehran that is a more traditional empire builder with the Disappearing Imam scenario added for Scheherazade fans, is that the enemy is most intelligent, worldly, quick, sober, and well read; also that the jihad directors are several moves on the chessboard ahead of our politicians.
But then, the truth of the battle would be scary like a cat scan and doesn't have a neat third act to tidy up the questions and get out at 111 minutes.
Maybe next year, when oil is projected at $101/bl in a panic and the traffic in
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