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Movies with war, political and society differences can be difficult to avoid being a propaganda movie instead of being just an ordinary movie. But there are a few movies that actually succeeded to get away from the propaganda stamp such as the French American movie "Enemy At The Gates", the Chinese movie "The Resistance" and this 1998 South Korean movie "Shiri" that is about the conflict between North and South. Shiri is a terrorist and spy from the North and has landed on Seoul to give the South a living hell, what she finds is different from her own world... Story: In 1950 after the end of WWII the Korean state was split into two countries, the communist North and the democratic South, since the...
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Surely when the news broke that Joseph Fiennes was going to play Michael Jackson, we weren't the only ones to wonder at first which Michael Jackson they were referring to. Because Ralph Fiennes' little brother, the brooding star of Shakespeare in Love, Enemy at the Gates and American Horror Story: Asylum, wouldn't exactly rank near the top of our list of choices when it comes to who'd be most likely to be cast as the late "King of Pop" in any medium. Yet such is the case, alongside Brian Cox as Marlon Brando and Stockard Channing as Elizabeth Taylor in a half-hour one-off comedy for Britain's Sky TV, based on a tale told in a Vanity Fair article about a supposed road trip »
2 items from 2016
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