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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on the justice of defamation laws, pursuing justice at great personal cost, the cultural effects of superhero movies, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: Do libel and slander laws violate or protect rights?
Question 2: Should I pursue justice against a wrongdoer at great personal expense?
Question 3: Do good ideas in superhero movies and television change people's philosophy?
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For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
Tonight at 9pm join us for another installment of "This Show is Awesome!" as we tackle the subject of Superhero Movies. The characters we've all grown up with have had many incarnations in various mediums but the silver screen is where some have proven to remain forever in our lives. We will discuss the history & source material that have brought this movie genre into our popular culture. We all have our favorites so call in & share 626-414-3557
In this episode of The Culture of Comics, we will discuss the worst Superhero movies of all time. Or at least, what's speculated to be the worst. We'll provide some commentary on:
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and, as always, our "Picks of the Week"
The Culture of Comics has longer, meta discussions about themes and art in current runs of different books. It will often contain "spoilers" in current runs and "previews" of upcoming books.
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Shor in the City 2011 movie Hindi film that revolves around five people, change, and the kidnapping of a famous author by a small time publisher for his next books mauscript in hopes to cash in on being the first to publish it, tragedy does arise with other issues The film, directed by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K. starring Tusshar Kapoor,Sendhil Ramamurthy, Preeti Desai, Girija Oak,Radhika Apte, Nikhil Dwivedi, Pitobash Tripathy,Sundeep Kishan, and Amit Mistry
Go check it out and you will enjoy this one. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1916728/?ref_=nv_sr_1
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Wednesday, December 17:
American Patriot Radio is proud to present our next installment of Wednesday Night at the Movies.
This week's feature will be the 1947 holiday classic we all grew up watching; Miracle on 34th Street with an entire cast of some of the greatest actors in the early days of their illustrious careers. Actors including Maureen O’Hara, Edmund Gwenn, William Frawley (from "I Love Lucy" fame) and an unknown child actress, Natalie Wood, in her iconic role as the sweet Susan Walker.
And as always our presentation will be audio narrated and specially adapted for radio broadcast.
on the world finest where going talk about are favorite cult classic holiday movies like white christmas,miracle on 34th st. christmas vacation. also my favortie one with jim carrey is christmas carol. that version follow the book on the word go. where also going talk about the cartoons we grew up with for the holidays like frosty the snow man and many others. this one is going be base on the true classic holiday movies u can sit down with your loves and they never get old. instead talking about the guy holiday ones. this one base on the true family ones u can put in and they never get old. like a wonderful life.
Serious science fiction has made something of a cinematic comeback lately with movies like Gravity and Interstellar earning both crictical acclaim and doing nicely at the box office.
Interstellar has also reintroduced an important and (somewhat neglected) sub-genre, the Big Ideas Movie. But where does it rank compared with the original Big Ideas space movie, 2001: A Space Odyssey?
Author and movie buff PJ Manney joins hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon in talking about whether 2001 now has a worthy successor or has even (is it possible?) been supplanted by Interstellar. Or maybe those two are getting too much attention. What are the other Big Ideas SF movies that everyone should see?
Tune in and explore.
This year there's a lot of great movies. Movies based on Musicals, Movies based on real life and of course Movies based on well... just screenplays :) Tune it tonight to find out what's come out and what's coming out for this holiday season. For just you or the entire family, there's something for every taste.