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9 Replies to ““Won’t Back Down” Disappoints At Box And Virginia Changes”
The other Gyllenhaal had a much better movie with “October Sky.” Maybe Maggie thought she was making the next “Erin Brockovich.” It’s probably tempting to make a movie billionaire Christian winger Philip Anschutz is bankrolling however…
Pro tip: When a book or movie has to prefaced with “A fictional story inspired by actual events…” it means someone is trying to manipulate you. If you’re the director or writer and your name is not Oliver Stone, you probably shouldn’t even attempt to do fictional stories based on actual events you pull out of your backside.
How about “Secretary?
Er, here’s Secretary: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0274812/
Secretary seems a much more redeeming movie experience than “Won’t Back Teachers”.
What will happen as repercussions to the data on Won’t Back Down.
In Pennsylvania, the state department of education is lower standards for charter schools, but, not public schools.
Hammer Into Anvil
Quick click on the trackpad left off the sure of the quote:
happy about Buy blade & soul Account US