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As we saw, Kieren is forced to deal with the weight of all of his deceased actions. Oh, and the brutal ‘rotter’ hating Human Volunteer Force (HVF). [b][url=http://wat chdiehard5onlinehe]Wat ch A Good Day To Die Hard Online[/url][/b] Southpaw tells the tale of a left-handed boxer who rises to the top of the sport while his personal life bottoms out, and he must overcome personal tragedies to win back the love of his daughter. It sounds like generic sports film schmaltz, but the screenplay was written by Sons of Anarchy’s Kurt Sutter, so my guess is that the sentimentality will still retain a razor sharp edge. And anyway, it’s not as if it’s really a sports movie anyway, right? “It’s about boxing but it’s not about boxing,” says Confucius, er, Fuqua. “The heart of the movie is about a man learning to be a father.” I’m a sucker for boxing movies, even as the sport gets increasingly overshadowed by the no-holds-barred world of MMA fighting, but I’m pretty sick of movies that celebrate the redemptive paths that estranged parents take to win their children back. What happened to movies about the dads who weren’t shitty people for the first dozen years of their kids’ lives? [b][url=http://wat chsnitch2013online]Wa tch Snitch Online[/url][/b] Fuqua’s next film Olympus Has Fallen hits theaters March 22, so expect to hear quite a bit more about Southpaw as the director makes the press junket rounds. That is, when he’s not answering questions about Chicagoland, Steel Town, Storming Las Vegas, his Showtime documentary about Suge Knight, his untitled Chinese historical epic, or rumors of a 24 movie. - See more at: With minimal exceptions, the Academy Awards ceremony has become a predictable affair. As if months of coverage and predictions in the months leading up to the show didn’t water down the spontaneity enough, the ceremony itself has forgotten how to celebrate the movies the awards came into existence for. But what’s a more interesting way to introduce an award for a heavily-favored movie about a successful CIA operation than having one of Washington D.C.’s most recognizable faces announce the winner? [b][url=http://wat chsafehavenonline2]WA TCH SAFE HAVEN ONLINE[/url][/b] Getting Michelle Obama involved with the reveal of the Best Picture award on Sunday night was nearly as complicated as Tony Mendez’s plot in Argo, as the Los Angeles Times reports. The appearance took the collaborative efforts of MPAA President Hawk Koch, Oscar producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, and cinema mastermind Harvey Weinstein, who discussed secrecy and tactics with members of the First Lady’s staff, covering everything from the diplomacy of the room she’d present the award from, to the ABC staff members allowed to work on the presentation. It wound up being ABC’s Chief Technology Officer and VP of Global Network Operations that silently brought everything together, bypassing everyone from the news and entertainment side, in an effort to achieve complete secrecy. [b][url=http://wat chidentitythief201 /]Watch Identity Thief Online[/url][/b] There were initial plans to have First Lady Obama sneak away from her seat to present the award at the live ceremony, but those plans were dashed by a White House scheduling conflict on the night. After a bit of improv, satellite communications were eventually set up for the Diplomatic Reception Room.  (Feb 27, 2013 | post #1)


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