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“Green Zone” takes a look at an Iraq War in a way that seems to be unique in that we aree not the heroes, but the bamboozled. The movie’s message is that Iraq’s feared “weapons of mass destruction” did not exist and that the NEOCONS within the George W. Bush administration completely fabricated and lied about them and killed to cover up the deception on the American people and the world.
Did Adam Lambert Launch a Voodoo Type Spell on this Season of American Idol? Is this the End of the ‘Idol’ Era? What some call a lackluster season on American Idol is really the consequence of the Adam Lambert Effect. What is the Adam Lambert Effect you ask? Well, it’s when a act has to […]
Chrystal Bowersox went last and this time, the best was saved for last. Bowersox is now showing over and over again that her singing and playing are inately within her and cannot be separated from her disposition. The emotions that she connects to week in and week out are real and heart felt and the judges are reacting to it.
Last year, voters across the country chose Kris Allen as the American Idol is what would later be known as the biggest travesty in the history of the show. While Kris Allen is a talented young man who has a nice niche going for him, Adam Lambert was a beast shining as he played up to Queen and Kiss like no other could. Week in and week out, Lambert stepped it up perfectly hitting notes that no one could do and doing so with a rock star flare that was effortless; a unique trait among the truly charismatic talent that rises to the top.
Bosses at the Oscars have defended their decision to leave FARRAH FAWCETT out of the memorial montage – insisting it’s impossible to pay tribute to every star who passed away in the last year.
The Charlie’s Angels actress, who died in June (09), was absent from the Academy Awards’ tribute section on Sunday night (07Mar10), which marked the deaths of stars including Brittany Murphy and Patrick Swayze.
A Christmas Carol by Robert Zemeckis starring Jim Carrey was the worst Christmas Carol ever. A total misuse of Jim Carrey’s talent featuring a happy Tiny Tim who seemed like he was ready to go out and play rather than a sickly compelling character in need of Scrooge’s help.