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Review of "The Departed"

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The Departed is a 2006 gangster pic by Martin Scorsese that stars Jack Nicholson as mob boss Frank Costello, Matt Damon as ambitious state policeman Colin Sullivan, and Leonardo DiCaprio as Billy Costigan, an undercover cop. 213 palabras más

Movies

RIORI Vol 3, Installment 61: Lorene Scafaria's "Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World" (2012)

The Players…

Steve Carell and Keira Knightley, with Connie Briton, Rob Corrdry, Adam Brody, Melanie Lynesky, Derek Luke, William L Petersen, Mark Moses, Patton Oswalt and Martin Sheen. 2.324 palabras más

Movies

January 16

Every time we try to identify God, we are sure to identify what he is–what she is–certainly not. So we don’t know what God is. And the genius of God, to dwell where we would least likely look, within the depths of our own being, our own shallowness, our own darkness, our own humanity. 8 palabras más

Quotations

The Brother of the Prodigal Son

We are all too familiar with The Parable of the Prodigal Son.

This moral lesson is known my many names: The Lost Son, Running Son, Loving Father, Lovesick Father… 1.000 palabras más

Could The West Wing make a return to TV?

Rob Lowe has hinted that The West Wing could be set to make a return.

Lowe says he’d “be up for a reboot” and he thinks “that might happen”. 140 palabras más

TV

Film Review: Passengers (2017)

Something is very wrong here.  You wake up on a giant spaceship called the Avalon, heading towards an off-world colony, with 4,999 fellow travellers still in cryosleep.  506 palabras más

Reviews

Martin Sheen Will Play Oral Roberts Opposite Chiwetel Ejiofor In Netflix's 'Come Sunday'

EXCLUSIVE: Martin Sheen is taking on the role of famed Pentecostal televangelist Oral Roberts in Come Sunday, the film based on a true story which stars Chiwetel Ejiofor as a renowned evangelical minister in Tulsa, OK who stirs up controversy with his revelation that there is no hell. 203 palabras más

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