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    GreenCine: Buffalo Soldiers
  • terviews about the film with director Gregor Jordan and star Joaquin Phoenix.
    Already a member? New Explore GreenCine Says GreenCine Services Deals and Specials Articles Past Article Calling Up the Unreserved By Nina Rehfeld November 11, 2002 - 9:52 AM PST Review by "War is hell, but peace is boring, " Ray Elwood drolly narrates in the first few minutes of Buffalo Soldiers
  • . In Germany, where Buffalo Soldiers opened last week under the title Army Go Home , many in the audience will likely remember incidents when a US tank or two actually did go on a rampage

    E-FilmCritic - Defending Truth: Slate's Chris Hitchens Does a Hatchet Job on Michael Moore
  • . 4) The Bush administration sent far too few ground troops to Afghanistan and thus allowed far too many Taliban and al-Qaida members to escape
  • . Like it or not, formerly liberal Chris Hitchens is very much now a member of the Republican right
  • . "In a long and paranoid (and tedious) section at the opening of the film, he makes heavy innuendoes about the flights that took members of the Bin Laden family out of the country after Sept
  • . But Clarke worked not for the FBI, who desperately wanted to interview those family members (as interviews with agents in F9/11 point out), rather he worked for George Bush's White House
  • . It is briefly mentioned but only, and smarmily, because of the bad period when Washington preferred Saddam to the likewise unmentioned Ayatollah Khomeini.)" If I were an editor who wanted to twist Hitchens' words here, I could have changed the above passage to: "Moore mentions the 30-year record of war crimes and repression from Saddam's Baath Party, while pointing out that the Bush cabinet members that very much wanted to go to war against him also once sold him chemical weapons, financed his army and called him their great friend in the Middle East" - and it wouldn't be a lie

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  • . The film takes place in the New York club scene of the early 1980's, and the singer is a member of an all-girls group

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  • . We will not be driven by fear into an age of unreason, if we dig deep in our history and our doctrine; and remember that we are not descended from fearful men
  • . Murrow was a true American hero, a legend in his own time, although there are not as many people around who really remember him
  • . Yet, it was important to make the point that Murrow is remembered, by most, as a great American, and McCarthy is remembered as someone who used fear to gain popularity
  • . Strathairn remembers how the initial script read-through was quite daunting because of the presence of many of the real-life characters
  • . FRANK LANGELLA (William Paley) After studying drama at Syracuse University, Frank Langella joined the Lincoln Center Repertory company as one of the original repertory company members
  • . Other notable performances during the 1980's came in Sir Peter Hall's production of "Amadeus, " Noel Coward's "Design for Living, " co-starring Jill Clayburgh, and Mike Nichols' 1985 staging of "Hurlyburly." During the 1990's, he appeared in Warner Bros.' "Dave, " HBO's "Doomsday Gun" and Universal's "Junior." He starred with Geena Davis in "Cutthroat Island, " Ridley Scott's "1492: The Conquest of Paradise, " and played ‘Quilty' in Adrian Lyne's remake of "Lolita." Returning to the small screen, he appeared in TNT's "Moses" and the NBC miniseries "Jason and the Argonauts." In 2005, Langella resurfaced in a major way with his compelling role in the George Clooney-Steven Soderbergh-produced improvised HBO series "Unscripted." He will next be seen in the role of Perry White, the editor of the Daily Planet, in director Bryan Singer's "Superman Returns." ROBERT JOHN BURKE (Charlie Mack) Robert John Burke is best known to audiences as a regular member of Hal Hartley's stock company of actors - Heathers
  • . That's about where the similarities end, though; HEATHERS is also a witty, acid send-up of high school conventions in the upper-middle-classes, with more on-target barbs than I can remember seeing in every Brat Pack film John Hughes has done in the last eight years
  • . Winona Ryder plays a high school student who, when the film opens, is a member of Westerburg High School's most exclusive clique of girls

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  • . In other scenes what is going on must be quite confusing to any audience member not familiar with the originals - there's no explanation about why it is necessary to drink so much beer before teleporting; nothing about how Marvin has been chosen with a depressed Genuine People Personality; no explanation of the necessity of towels, which must surely leaves audiences wondering why Ford is maniacally waving them at the Vogons throughout

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  • . Long-suffering Indy fans may remember past indications that the script was good only to have Lucas veto it
  • . 1 No Joke The April Fool's tradition ended last year, as far as I can remember
  • . Indiana John of has been working closely with an AMC staff member to develop promotional content for that will cover a variety of Indy topics
  • . And he'd be hard pressed years later to remember what it was, exactly, that bowled him over

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  • . Aside from the lovely Duff, Alex Borstein (2002's "Showtime")--a former cast member of "MadTV, " best known for her character of Ms

    WWWF Grudge Match: Mad Max vs. Snake Plissken
  • . He knows how to prepare for those who try to steal what is rightfully his -- remember the bomb on the gas tank? There are undoubtedly booby traps all over the place waiting to take out Snake
  • . Could this dirty, scarred bank robber be his salvation? Clinton fought his bindings, remembering the tiny, shadowy figures that had kidnapped him from the sleazy motel and that shy Iowa farmgirl he'd been seducing with a fine Corona-corona
  • . Remembering that Snake was an inveterate smoker, Clinton decided to offer him the one thing the State had taken forever from the outlaw: tobacco! Remebering his stash of fine Havana cigars, Clinton managed, through the gag, to say "Gnake! Mff yoo 'ayve mme, Ahoo 'iv oo um Oobuh figarv!"
  • . The last thing Al wants is Clinton around to remind people he was a member of the Scandal of the Month Club
  • . And just remember, no one ever suspects the dog with the shifty eyes..
  • . Remember, kids: If you ever have a hard decision to make, use generalizations and broad stereotypes



  • . What The Matrix does that is very interesting is suggest that even the most subversive of cultures here are still nothing more than another aspect of the very system that its members are rejecting
  • . (5) Gibson, William Neuromancer 1984 Voyager P67 (6) The full New Hacker's Dictionary can be browsed or downloaded from (7) The original show is not to be confused with the later 'chat show' hosted by 'Max' himself, ironically the only member of the cast to further his career after the original show's cancellation

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  • . Remember Irina Karavaeva's last second crushing blow to Jennifer Parilla's head to take the gold in the Trampoline event? Leonard: Truly...a memorable moment
  • . "I don't remember hearing about water guns..." Who cared? Squirt guns couldn't be all that bad..
  • . "I don't remember ANYTHING about toast!" I threw it back, hoping I was hit with the non-eaten part
  • . Now let's all remember how Willie Loman performed in Death of a Salesman from English class
  • . Doubtfire remembers to wax (or use those weird 'nads' things) she's got the edge with that 'zatfig' 50's beach model look
  • . Of course, none of these 'women' stand a chance against any former member of "Monty Python's Flying Circus"..
  • . Remember the movie "Hook", anyone? Consider the ultimate outcome of this pansified prequel to such a pitiful pittance between two poofters as this match

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  • . What was the gift that was given to the cast and crew at the wrap party? Well, to go along with the hooded sweatshirt theme, each member of the cast and crew was given a maroon hooded sweatshirt with embroidered angel wings attached to the word "Dogma." What is the song playing when we first see Serendipity (Salma Hayek) at the strip club? The name of the song is "Candy Girl" and the band that sang it was New Edition
  • . Linda was the only person who complained about it because she was pretty much the only recipient." What were the inspirations for some of the Complex/Mooby Board members and their crimes? Kevin says: "Reaching veeeeeery far back, the Mooby Corp Old Yeller
  • . “Old Yeller: Remembering a Classic” (36:01) features the author’s son T
  • . A generous section of full-screen Galleries is divvied up into numerous sub-sections - “Production Stills” (55 pictures); shots of an Old Yeller comic book under “Publishing” (13 stills); “Biographies” (43 frames) for Tommy Kirk, Dorothy McGuire, Fess Parker, Kevin Corcoran, Beverly Washburn, and Chuck Connors (strangely, the remaining cast member, Jeff York – who also played with Parker in the “Davy Crockett” series – is not included); lobby cards, posters, and merchandise in “Advertising” (17 stills); fan letters to Fred Gipson and invitations for early movie screenings found within “Documents” (30 stills)
  • . “News Segment: Old Yeller Memorial” (7:14) elaborates on the debut of an Old Yeller monument in Fred Gipson’s home town, which is touched upon in “Remembering a Classic.” The piece focuses on the author’s son, T The Other Side of Heaven
  • . Three days before being cast in Get Real, she performed in two concerts at Carnegie Hall as member of All-Eastern U.S
  • . Author Margaret Blair Young was one of the members of the Latter-day Saint arts and letters community invited to preview the film
  • . (Young is perhaps best known for her AML-winning novel about black Latter-day Saints during pioneer times, Standing on the Promises, Book 1: One More River to Cross .) Young reported that all three members of the First Presidency, as well as most of the Utah-based Seventies, attended a separate screening, and that they were "universally moved." It should be emphasized that "The Other Side of Heaven" is an independently-produced and funded film and that comments by church leaders do not constitute any sort of official endorsement of the film
  • . Groberg is remembered among Tongans for playing his trumpet for the Tongan people and for Queen Salote, now deceased
  • . As a member of Disney's "creative group, " Davis was involved in the development of such films as "Newsies, " "Rocketeer" and "White Fang." But he also got started down a path he wanted nothing to do with -- corporate Hollywood

    IMDb: The Other Side of Heaven (2001)
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  • . Awards: 2 nominations QUINTS | 1 out of 1 people found the following comment useful:- This film is terrible , 28 April 2002 Author: This film is Disney at its worst.Every cast member in this movie lacks acting talent with the exception of Don Knotts.The plot line is the worst yet of the Disney channel Original movies(Even though they all suck).I also find it incredibly annoying when Kimberly J

    Yahoo Movies: Shanghai Noon
  • . Premise: The Emperor's former Captain of the Chinese Imperial Guard, Lo Fong (Yuan), with designs on becoming an international opium dealer, concocts a scenario where the exquisitely beautiful Princess Pei Pei (Liu) is kidnapped and brought to America in the "Wild West." Knowing that the Chinese government has only two options: declare war or pay the high ransom, Fong is pursued by an acrobatic member of the Chinese Imperial Guard, Chon Wang (Chan) who along the way teams up with a rascally train robber, Roy O'Bannon (Wilson) @CallCenter