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Academy Award Film Series: Phillippe, Dillon Among Highlights of Simple-Minded, Oscar-Winning 'Race Drama'

'Crash' movie: Ryan Phillippe. 'Crash' movie review: California tossin' and turnin' Screenwriter Paul Haggis' multiple award-winning directorial debut, Crash, is set in a Los Angeles that is part Quentin Tarantino, part Paul Thomas Anderson, part Spike Lee, part Bret Easton Ellis. Haggis' L.A. also happens to be a place with precious little in common with the Southern California metropolis located on Planet Earth. In the film, Haggis and co-screenwriter Robert Moresco tell us – or rather, scream at us – that the Angeleno boiling (definitely not melting) pot is about to explode at any moment, as Los Angeles denizens spend all their spare time hating, fearing, misunderstanding, and cheating on one another. And perhaps much of that is true, except that most of that hate, fear, misunderstanding, and cheating have absolutely nothing to do with ethnic or national differences. But not in this particular L.A., situated in some warped La
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New Blue Bloods Season 5,Episode 13 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By CBS

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Recently, CBS released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Blue Bloods" episode 13 of season 5. The episode is entitled, " Love Stories," and it turns out that we're going to see some very interesting stuff take place in this one as the team has to now look into a case involving the murder of a hitman that was actually on the job at the time, and more. In the new, 13th episode press release: Danny and Baez will investigate the murder of a hitman who is shot on the job. Press release number 2: Danny and Baez are going to investigate when a homeowner shoots an intruder, only to find out that the intruder is a hitman. Also, a young attorney will attempt to bring justice to his mother who Erin put away on a murder charge 12 years ago. Guest stars feature: Joseph Siravo (Nicholas Bianco), Kathrine Narducci Anna Bianco
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24 Plot Devices They Keep Recycling On '24' Over And Over

I absolutely adore 24 and as a die-hard fan I think it's a brilliant show. It not only revolutionized television with its real-time format, but has been consistently entertaining since day one. Kiefer Sutherland was already somewhat of a star when the series premiered, but he became a household name synonymous with his character Jack Bauer, a hard as nails government agent out to protect the innocent and seek justice at the cost of his own life. I'm just as sorry as any fan to see the show go after eight seasons, but I'm also relieved. 24 has grown more than a little tired over the years, with story-lines and plot devices that have become incredibly familiar. That's because much of what we see has occurred before and every story line, plot thread or turn of events feels directly copied from previous seasons. Jack and his colleagues not only find themselves in the same situations,
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