CIA Agent Billy Pope (Ryan Reynolds) is on the run in London and running out of time. Hunted by Hagbardaka Heimbahl (Jordi Molla) a Spanish terrorist, set on the destruction of the Western World; Pope has made a deal with a proficient hacker Jan “The Dutchman” Stroop (Michael Pitt). Stroop is in hiding but has access to the U.S. Military’s arsenal making him a high profile target to Hemibahl, The CIA and a number of groups on the Black Market. Finally captured and killed by Heimbahl’s men, the location of Stroop died with Pope. The race begins anew as London Field Office Director Quaker Wells (Gary Oldman) uses every available resource to him, including transferring the memories of the deceased Pope to a living person.
Dr. Franks (Tommy Lee Jones) has discovered a way to do it, however the perfect candidate is Jericho Stewart (Kevin Costner). Jericho is an unfeeling sociopath, housed in a supermax prison for the rest of his natural life. In a more invasive procedure than ‘Inception’, Jericho is infused with Pope’s memories. Slowly Jericho becomes aware of his plight and as the memories become clearer, but how willing is he to help anyone, especially the CIA given how expendable he is?
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When Jim White, a high school football coach lost his job, following an incident with a student; he packed his bags and moved his wife and two kids to the South Central Valley and a small town of McFarland. A small town of around 6,500 in 1987; McFarland is mostly hispanic and is a community of Mexican, migrant workers who their local crops, that eventually fill our grocery stores. Currently, McFarland, California hasn’t changed much since the White’s moved in; except the high school cross-country team. The latest feel-good sports movie from Disney, McFarland, USA isn’t your typical story of impoverished outcasts that slay the monster of an opponent who is bigger, stronger and better than them in every way. It’s a bit different, in how the biggest obstacle to overcome, isn’t the opponent, it’s yourself.
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The lives of 200 men will change in an instant when their name is called by the commissioner; entering them into the NFL. It isn’t any different in the other team sports. Hockey, basketball and baseball all go through the same dog and pony show. The actions of the team’s General Manager can potentially make or break a season. It’s a truly thankless job. Operating mostly behind the scenes, GMs around the league go largely unnoticed; until the team performs poorly. The draft brings hope to players and fans alike. The hope that a bad team can turn things around with a good draft and free agency, keeps loyal fans coming back each season. With the divide between the best and worst teams in the NFL widening, the draft may be more important than ever.
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The History Channel’s Hatfields and McCoys becomes the #1 non-sports telecast in ad supported cable history!
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A misunderstanding and resentment can breed distrust and hatred among men. And in American history there probably is no better example of this than the Hatfields and McCoys. Two families, that nearly brought their two states to the brink of another civil war over a feud like none other because of two families that could not see eye to eye on any one issue and deeply resented and wound up hating each other.
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The History Channel announces that Bill Paxton will be joining Kevin Costner in a new miniseries called The Hatfields and McCoys.
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Curious to see what 300 director Zack Snyder has in store for us for in Warner Bros. upcoming Superman film, aptly titled Man of Steel?
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Recently Warner Brothers Pictures has made an announcement regarding Zack Snyder’s upcoming film Man of Steel, the new Superman movie.
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Diane Lane, who is going to play Martha Kent in Superman: Man of Steel, directed by Zack Snyder hinted about the story a little.
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In a Surprise Sunday announcement, Warner Brothers Pictures and Legendary Pictures announced that Amy Adams will be starring as Lois Lane in the upcoming Zack Snyder directed, Superman: Man of Steel film.
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Warner Brothers has made an announcement regarding the new Superman movie being directed by Zack Snyder. Do you want to know who’s playing the role of Jonathan Kent?
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In a decade noticably beseeched with reboots/remakes, it appears that Warner Bros. will continue the trend with one of its hit films from the 90s. Itching to find out what film I speak of? Click on to find out…. Continue reading “Kevin Costner film getting the reboot”
Some movies are depressing to watch. Some are inspirational. This is a movie about people losing their jobs. So guess which one this movie is. It’s sad to watch someone lose their job because of downsizing. People aren’t let go because of performance, but rather because of the bottom dollar. Companies do owe their shareholders a successful company, but at what price? And a better question is does downsizing really help a company when you get rid of some of your best and loyal employees?
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