The Butler was a great story that needed to be told and needs to be seen. It was not the strongest film in the acting dept. but it was a stirring and moving statement nevertheless. The movie is bigger than the performances. I like the switch between live people and newsreels/TV reporting to tell the histories. I like the sets and the costumes. I like the feel of the sweep of time and changes - the changes to the people and the changes to America. Everybody should see this film; especially the young folks who do not know what went before or who see dates and places and cannot put a human face on the events.
"...not like the time that I was afraid that my car would break down while crossing the Rockies."
What if your car broke down while crossing the Rockies ing the winter? Then you’d have something to fear.
Great job chasing TH around the deck & turning a regulation drama into a farce !
Next time remind him that his best acting so far was on Bosom Buddies (well, maybe BIG ) .
Im pretty surprised Tom didn't just slap you and challenge you to a duel Wyatt. His answer was prety thoughtful and articulate fore being off the cuff. Its too bad dueling is illegal these days. Think about what a cool story "dueling the Hanks" would be. I bet you could write it with out ever having to duel someone;) Lex
It's BS that TNT is making you have a cable subscription to watch it on-line. I would watch the commercials on either their site or Hulu's site. I try to make it a point to do that for the shows that allow access to their shows on-line. I was really looking forward to Dallas, but I'm not signing back up for cable service just to watch it.
BRUCE WILLIS IS AND ALWAYS WILL BE A MAN I LOOK UP TO. DIE HARD 4.0 WAS A CREDIT TO HIM AND TO ALL WHO WORKED ON IT IT WAS TRULY AMAZING...THE DIE HARD MOVIES ARE MY FAVOURITE MOVIES AND HE IS MY FAVOURITE ACTOR AND I WISH HIM HEALTH AND HAPPYNESS IN ALL HE DOES
SARAH -WESTMEATH IRELAND
Hey, if you see Earl again, let him know I'm trying to get a hold of him. I've got a demo tape of his drumming in the band that broke up when Katrina hit town and we were scattered to the winds
Could your pitches to Gore have possibly been any softer? Completely mindless babble. Stop taking notes from Larry King. Lame. Light. Completely lacking in depth. "He says it, it MUST be true." Grow some balls and a brain.
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