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Hail to the Chiefs: US Presidents in Movies and TV

You'd be surprised to see the wide range of acting talents who have portrayed both fictional and real-life presidents on the big and small screen. Which one is your favorite?

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Indie Focus: Hipster vs. Old-School Brooklyn in 'Little Men'

The latest film from director Ira Sachs uses the conflict between two families to explore the hot-button topic of gentrification. Nominated for awards at both the Berlin and Edinburgh Film Festivals, the movie has resonated with audiences around the world.

Now Trending on Amazon Video

Pivot's "Human Resources" is the surprise topper of trending TV series on Amazon Video, while a small indie film called Sing Street broke into the Top 5 trending movies.

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Did You Know?

Pulp Fiction

In the scene at the beginning, when Brett (Frank Whaley) says to Vincent (John Travolta) and Jules (Samuel L Jackson), "Excuse me. I got your name, Vincent. I didn't get yours", turning to Jules, to which he replies, " My name's Pitt. And your ass ain't talking your way out of this shit". Jackson and Brad Pitt co-starred in True Romance (1993), released the year before Pulp Fiction (1994). Quentin Tarantino wrote the screenplays for both films.

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Poll: Bourne, Mills, Cross or Bond?


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Jason Bourne, Aaron Mills, Aaron Cross, or James Bond. Which of these characters would you like to see in more sequels?

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