Louis CK playing a “good guy” ?
He could pass for one of the hoods !
This film is about another place in time. Women got married and had children right out of high school or college. Wife and Mother, that was the game! Whether you were brilliant and talented in your own right, house and hubby were supposed to come first and give you all the fulfillment you needed. Hubby's job? bring home the bacon and let your Stepford wife look after you and the kiddies. Anytime society dictates the roles people play, there will be rebellion. Frank and April are very much victims of an era and the suburban neighborhood mentality that gossips about anyone that doesn't "play their roles" convincingly. I think it was an awesome movie.
Modus Operandi of fbi: drive a person to neuroses, or insanity; set him up for a crime using fbi operatives; prosecute the confused and disoriented human being for offenses that in fact the fbi committed.
'Ask not what your country can do for you'; ask what your country can do TO you.
Overthrown government of usa now controlled by very dangerous and murderous thugs (*beasts) of fbi/CIA/homeland security.
high tech torture, ELF, by low minded thugs of fbi:
*'Veterans Today', Dr. Preston James on usa corruption & fbi murderous evil:
Evil in focus:
The *worldwide network of friends of the accused and terrorized who struggle in intellectual and spiritual opposition against the **human monsters of our generation thanks you, each & every one in our company, for your efforts to expose the methods and identities of the torturers and assassins of our culture; surely stopping such evil is the greatest goal or ideal of our time, and our work is therefore among the most noble of human endeavors because we labor and suffer to rid our species of the demonic-like curse and degenerative affliction that punctuate the demise or downfall of our violently corrupted civilization. Respectfully, geral
In the latest 'Emory Looks at Hollywood' episode, Judith Evans Grubbs, Emory Professor of Roman History, looks at the use of violence as a peace keeping mechanism in The Hunger Games series and its roots in Roman culture.
The new Lionsgate film 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' is the second movie based on the Susan Collins' book trilogy of the same name. Check it out here! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NW076ks2oEA
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