4 items from 2014
Hillary Rodham Clinton may want to get a little stronger leash back on her husband Bill Clinton, the former Us president was caught smiling in a photo with two hookers at an event recently in Los Angeles. Hillary Rodham Clinton has been embarrassed by her husband Bill on numerous occasions that have involved other women and he was even impeached over a sexual affair with Monica Lewinsky, but this time it is Hrc with something to lose. Hillary hasn't officially announced anything yet, but Rodham Clinton is running for the Democratic nomination for president in 2016 and hopes to recapture the White House for the Clinton family and keep a Democrat as Commander in Chief for at least four more years. In the photo, the two prostitutes are smiling just like Bubba and appear to be having a great time - they are holding cocktails in the photo that was snapped »
Are you featured on a buzzed about pay-cable show with frequent male or female nudity? Then there's a good chance that President Obama has seen your boobs. Or at least, that's what Alexandra Daddario found out when the Commander in Chief requested screeners of her show, "True Detective." .... The president has seen my boobs pic.twitter.com/I5BRXOl1UO— Alexandra Daddario (@AADaddario) February 18, 2014 While Daddario clearly has a good sense of humor about it — and ...
By Alex Zalben »
The first season of “House of Cards” achieved the dual feat of instantly emerging as a first-rate drama while simultaneously being seriously overrated – riding the “Netflix reinvents TV” angle and juicy inside-the-Beltway bits to front-page coverage. No fools they, season two generally proceeds with more of the same, exhibiting a show with abundant strengths – foremost among them Kevin Spacey’s showy performance as an unscrupulous politician – but also underplayed weaknesses, including a continuing failure to present its scheming protagonist with equally matched foes. Dense and smart, “Cards” is still partially skating by on reputation – and for Netflix’s purposes, that’s good enough.
Netflix is understandably concerned about early reviews spoiling the fun (the show won’t premiere until Valentine’s Day), slapping a high-handed embargo and nondisclosure agreement on the first four episodes. Yet except for a few twists the series seamlessly picks up where it left off, so »
- Brian Lowry
While controversy still stirs around the fact that the Guantanamo Bay detention camp remains open after a promise to close from our Commander in Chief, graphic designer turned writer/director Peter Sattler attempts to pour salt on the wound with Camp X-Ray. The film follows a young female soldier (Kristen Stewart) newly positioned at the infamous detainee (we don't call them prisoners to avoid upholding the Geneva Convention) camp. As the superior officer explains, the soldiers' responsibility isn't to keep these detainees locked up, it's to keep them alive. And it's one of the most monotonous jobs the military offers. From the very beginning, it's easy to see that Sattler intends to show just how despicable and even silly a detainment camp like Guantanamo Bay actually can be. While Sattler tries to lend weight to his argument against camps such as this by having a soldier be the one experience »
- Ethan Anderton
4 items from 2014
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