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One of the truly wonderful things about social media is that it enables you to connect with people you might never have met otherwise and, in some cases, might never meet in an off-line setting at all. But how do you know the people you are connecting with over Facebook, Twitter or even LinkedIn are, in fact, who they say they are? That's one of the questions raised by the much-buzzed-about documentary Catfish, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January and is making its way into select theaters in New York, Los Angeles, Austin and San Francisco beginning today, September 17. “Catfish,” a.k.a. “The Other Facebook Movie,” Opens Today
The NFL is a notoriously cautious company. For years, it has not allowed official logos to be used by Hollywood; the NFL did not feel that a negative representation of football benefited the brand in any way. It makes sense, and also casts an odd light on Ivan Reitman‘s Draft Day, the first film ever officially licensed by the NFL. Obviously, the film does not shine a negative light on the league, something other football films definitely have done. There’s no mention of drug use or concussions.
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Broadcast News (1987) - Memorable quotes Paul Moore: It must be nice to always believe you know better, to always think you're the smartest person in the room. Jane Craig: No. It's awful. Aaron Altman: I know you care about him. I've never seen you like this about anyone, so please don't get me wrong when I tell you that Tom, while being a very nice guy, is the Devil.