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My Favorite Scene: The West Wing Season One (1999) "In Excelsis Deo"

The West Wing remains my favorite of Aaron Sorkin’s creations on the big screen or small.  It stands, especially in these times, as an idealistic vision of what government could and should be.  141 palabras más

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How can I and why should I watch Grace And Frankie season 4

Grace And Frankie may be based on the exploits of two fabulous seventysomethings.

But as the first original Netflix comedy to make it to a fourth season it’s putting the work rate of the streaming service’s more youthful shows to shame. 652 palabras más

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When A Movie Changes Your Way Of Thinking

Sometimes we find a movie that somehow managed to slip by for years without us knowing that its brilliance existed. For me, this movie came in the form of a beautifully filmed story from Writer/Director Emilio Estevez released in 2010 called, “The Way”. 281 palabras más

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The Departed review

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There’s rats, rationality and ratatatating!

By Nigel Asipa on 03/01/2018 at 18:23

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In the world of Martin Scorsese’s The Departed, its characters are trying to break free. 386 palabras más

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The West Wing

Pieces from the oval office set of the television series “The West Wing” can be found on the Warner Bros. lot as part of their studio tour.

LOCATION: 4000 Warner Blvd., Burbank, CA 91505

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Director's Chair with Julio Quintana

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Frank and Kyle are honored to be joined with filmmaker Julio Quintana to discuss his film, THE VESSEL starring Martin Sheen and produced by Terrence Malick and Sarah Green. 47 palabras más

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