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Good Night and Good Luck (DVD) (WS)
In the early 1950's, the threat of Communism created an air of paranoia in the United States and exploiting those fears was Senator Joseph McCarthy. CBS reporter Edward R. Murrow and his producer Fred W. Friendly decided to take a stand and challenge.]]>
Seems cliche given all of the political films made in the past 15 years. The "lone reporter takes on large government" theme is just no longer original. Read morePublished 2 days ago by John Boykin
Slow moving. I'm in radio broadcasting and was bored by this historical perspective.Published 25 days ago by Radioric
Well done movie based on historic events but could have gone even further into the subject matter.Published 1 month ago by C.E.
This is a great movie, with clear visuals and nice sound quality. However, the subtitles aren't clear because some letters (like the A's, E's, and O's) don't have spaces where they... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Roland Antonio O. Guia, Jr.
A great picture of McCarthy terrorism back a few years and Ed Murrow's courage to stand up to it. Good casting with David trathern.Published 2 months ago by Bill O'Donahue-Hodges
A good history of early TV and how the press can influence. David Strathairn was wonderful as Murrow. Murrow was a courageous man, a hero in his field. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Christine Pearson
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|Why do they keep bringing out Combo HD DVD/Standard DVDs?||
It's been seven years since your post. Your statement that charging extra for packages containing discs in both Blue-Ray and standard dvd formats could cause HD to lose in the format war against Blu-Ray seems to be just what has happened. How does it feel to have the gift of prophecy?
As of now,... Read More
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