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25 best biopics of all time

Friday, June 16, 2017 is the release date for the highly anticipated biographical film about the rise and fall of rapper Tupac Shakur. While we anxiously wait to see Demetrius Shipp Jr.’s portrayal of the legendary lyricist, let’s take a look at some of the best biopics in film history based on box office numbers, audience approval, and the biggest awards they won. Without further...
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Showtime will air Oliver Stone’s series of interviews with Vladimir Putin

Oliver Stone wrote Scarface, directed Snowden, and has vocally supported WikiLeaks. Yes, the 70-year-old director has done all three and now he can add an eye opening fourth accomplishment to that: have a series of interviews he conducted with Vladimir Putin air on Showtime. Over four consecutive nights in June, Stone’s interviews with Putin will air exclusively on Showtime...
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May 01, 2017  |  Discuss

The best sports movies available to stream right now

Finding something to watch on a streaming service can be daunting because of the overabundance of options. There's always a new and exciting original series, plenty of Hollywood blockbusters, and, heck, reruns of old favorites available to watch. Sports movies are a special breed. For the most part, they hit similar beats: meet the team, here's the coach keeping it all together,...
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February 24, 2017  |  Discuss

Movies you can stream now to get your football fix

Welp, it’s over.While the New England Patriots Super Bowl Parade brought us Rob Gronkowski doing Rob Gronkowski things, it also brought us a very sad realization: meaningful football won’t be around for another seven months. Every year, football fans reach the highest of highs with the Super Bowl only to come down to a crushing depression that hits almost as hard as Kam Chancellor...
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February 08, 2017  |  Discuss

Snowden deftly explains what drove whistleblower to expose government surveillance

Oliver Stone and Edward Snowden seem like an ideal match. The director is (perhaps unfairly) generally known for his conspiracy theories and wackier takes on history, demonstrated in movies such as JFK, Nixon and W. And Snowden is an infamous whistleblower whose dismay and distrust of a government he once fiercely believed in has made him one of the world’s most compelling figures...
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September 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Watch: Joseph Gordon-Levitt and weird accent in trailer for Oliver Stone’s Snowden

Edward Snowden is an infamous figure in world events, national security and even pop culture. (Snowden was interviewed by John Oliver on Last Week Tonight at this time last year.) The former National Security Agency contractor leaked classified intelligence documents to reporter Glenn Greenwald and filmmmaker Laura Poitras which revealed various global surveillance programs run...
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April 27, 2016  |  Discuss

Game of the week: Detroit Lions vs. Arizona Cardinals

***Sponsored by Chevrolet Silverado*** In Oliver Stone’s classic drama Wall Street, Charlie Sheen’s ambitious stockbroker Bud Fox says that life comes down to a few moments, and this is one of them. The same principle applies to the National Football League, where technically every game counts the same, but if we’re really being honest with ourselves we know that some games...
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November 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Metropolitans Dissing UN With New Team Logo?

Before (L) and After (R)Talk about your conspiracy theories! This one should be featured on that favorite overnight talk show of the 'tin-foil-hat' crowd, "Coast-To-Coast AM". Somebody with a lot of time on their hands noticed recently that a "new" Mets skyline logo had transformed the silhouette of the UN building into the Citigroup Center building. Holy Illuminati! Even the respected...
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September 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback does a fantastic Willie Beamen impression

When you think about the best football movies ever made very few people would include Oliver Stone’s Any Given Sunday. It’s been a polarizing film since it came out in 1999, but for my money I think it’s underrated. One of the more memorable scenes is when Jamie Foxx, playing third string quarterback Willie Beamen checks in to play his first game and promptly throws up all...
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August 09, 2014  |  Discuss
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