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According to Winnie Mandela, neither Jennifer Hudson, Terrence Howard nor any other producer of the movie Winnie Mandela interviewed her for the movie. Therefore, we should boycott the movie because it is not reflective of her life story; thy disrespected her and did not seek her input and it fails to give an honest account of the events. Also, in light of the recent allegations concerning Mr. Howard and his estrange wives, should he play Nelson Mandela?
Terry Noonan returns home to New York's Hells Kitchen after a ten year absence. He soon hooks up with childhood pal Jackie who is involved in the Irish mob run by his brother Frankie. Terry also rekindles an old flame with Jackie's sister Kathleen. Soon, however, Terry is torn between his loyalty to his friends and his loyalties to others.
Starring: Sean Penn, Gary Oldman, Ed Harris
Directed by: Phil Joanou
Join Marcus Blake, Brendan Smith, and Alex on That Nerd Show as we talk about The best music movies that are not musicals. We will be talking about our favorite music movies where the music serves as a character and helps make the movie other than musicals. Listen to That Nerd Show at 10pm cst @ thatnerdshow.com
Get ready for a full hour special edition of the most popular nationally syndicated internet radio show in the nation. The Kween dishes out another gossip about your favorite stars. Like no other. Plus drama,scandal,lies and much more. After the Kween dishes out the gossip,our special guest Spice Cee. Spice will talk about the latest protest on the NWA Movie Protest against Easy-E. And we'll tell you how you can get involved and help. It's a blockbuster show,you really can't afford to miss. Tell your friends to tune in.
Join Cullen, Paulette, Winnie, Dee, Nikki, Clay and Lamont TONIGHT at 9 as we welcome Mama Camp (The Mother of K-Camp) to the Brownstone! Join us to discuss what her future plans are and to talk about some HOT topics of the Week!
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Special Guest: Mama Camp
Winnie wants to know, Have you dumbed down to get or keep a man? She Has..Have You? Here Are HER Thoughts… http://goo.gl/jeaWoh
"Is It Ok For A Woman To 'Play Hard To Get' Or Does It Take Away From The Chase?" http://goo.gl/gKnnwY
Join The Forkchop and his friends as they discuss this weeks latest and greatest topics in all forms of entertainment and pop culture. This week, our good friend and movie fanatic D Scott Hill stops by for a lively conversation about the latest movies out in theaters.
Gene Berardelli sits down with Sen. Fred Thompson to discuss his latest role as Dr. Charles Luther in the new film PERSECUTED, which opens on July 18th in theaters nationwide. Click on the link for times and locations.
The new movie Persecuted depicts evangelist John Luther as the last obstacle in the way of sweeping religious reform. When a Senator frames Luther for the murder of an innocent teenage girl, an unprecedented era of persecution is unleashed. An evangelist turned fugitive, Luther’s mission brings him face-to-face with the coming storm of persecution that will threaten the entire Christian community in America.
Before becoming an actor, attorney and politician, Sen. Fred Thompson worked as a shoe salesman, truck driver and factory worker. His film career began in 1985 when he was asked to play himself as the U.S. Attorney in the film MARIE. His natural on-screen talent led him to roles in major motion pictures such as NO WAY OUT, DAYS OF THUNDER, HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER and IN THE LINE OF FIRE. Fred is the only actor to be a regular on two different “LAW & ORDER” series at the same time.
After hearing this interview, I dare you NOT to go right out ans see Persecuted!
Why this interview must be heard? The silence which surrounds domestic violence and child abuse in America is deafening.
True North - The Shocking Truth about “Yours, Mine and Ours” is an important literary work whose purpose is to advance discussion of this national epidemic; a discussion which is critical to the process of identifying solutions to a problem that will only grow if left alone.
Aging Younger Radio listeners will hear firsthand Tom North’s story. Tom North is one of the eight North children, who together with the ten Beardsley children, became the family which was featured in the 1968 film, “Yours, Mine and Ours” starring Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda, and again in the 2005 version starring Rene Russo and Dennis Quaid.
Tom’s mother, Helen North, became a widow when she was just 30 years old and pregnant with her eighth child. Tom was six years old, the fourth child in the North family. Not long after, Helen North met and married Frank Beardsley, a man with ten children, and she moved her family to his house in Carmel, California.
The North children were adopted and their names were changed to Beardsley. But, it wasn’t one big happy family as the movie depicted. The stepfather’s violence and abuse created a life of intimidation, confusion, turmoil, fear and depression for the North children. All hope seemed lost as Tom realized that he was caught in a prison and there was no way out. When he finally left home, he traveled on a journey of survival, self-discovery, and healing.
Years later, Tom miraculously led his family to counseling sessions where shocking truths were revealed. He then came full circle as he reclaimed his father’s name and was finally, True North.
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Smith was born in East Orange, New Jersey. Smith is well known for her starring as Mimi in Jonathan Larson's Broadway production of Rent. She was also the poster girl for Rent, displayed on taxi cabs in NYC and posters across the country. Smith left the role of Mimi in the musical Rent on Broadway to record her album and expand her film career. She also starred in the movie "Notorious" about Biggie Smalls. She is currently working on her debut album and will be joining Spate Radio to talk about her new projects.
As a lawyer, you’ve been taught, “the work speaks for itself,” as if clients will just find you in the vast sea of competition. The truth is, you’re running a business and you must find ways to distinguish and market yourself, to let prospective clients know you’re out there, to persuade them to give you a chance.
One of the most powerful tools you have at your fingertips is video.
Video builds know, like, and trust faster than just about anything else. And there is more good news: Few businesses – and even fewer lawyers – have exploited this proven medium. They think video isn’t for them, or they dislike the idea of being on-camera, or the technology seems overwhelming, or they think they don’t have the budget.
Over 20 years ago, “Speech & Media Trainer to the Stars,” Ruth Sherman, M.A., set out to fix that by using skills and training learned as a successful New York City performer to teach business professionals to perform on-stage and on-camera, what Ruth calls Platform and VideoCharisma.
Ruth is certain about two things: First, everyone has a unique Charisma (presence) and can uncover it, enabling them to eliminate barriers, connect deeply with audiences, and convert them into high-paying customers. Second, most people won't do what it takes, so if you do, you have a default competitive advantage. Instead of boring, you become a magnet.
Ruth’s clients include top global CEOs, Oscar-winning movie stars and international celebrities.