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Janice Gilmore Ponds This is an outstanding movie! This true story speaks to the resilience of the human spirit; trusting God; forgiveness; perseverance; strength; courage; believing in one's self; the power of having someone believe in you; the list goes on!
Unbroken Official Trailer #1 (2014) - Angelina Jolie Directed Movie HD
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Peggy Flanary Pepper Saw "unbroken" yesterday. Disappointing bc it is SUCH a magnificent book about an incredible human being. Angelina Jolie Pitt manage to shallow it down to a run-o-the-mill story, albeit true and awful.
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Stuart Simpson Thinking of going to cinema to watch the new film directed by Angelina Jolie and then try Durham Thai Central Buffet who could i take
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Gary Dixon Unadulterated beauty and lips to make Angelina Jolie squirm with envy !!
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Chris Murphy I don't FB a lot but when I do I like to think its something that needs to be said so here it goes unbroken was a amazing movie Angelina Jolie went above and beyond in directing that movie it is a great great movie
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Cindy Surniak I'm so happy i got to see this amazing man in person; not once, not twice, but three times out in SoCal. The movie looks great, but i'm very disappointed she decided to leave out the most important part of Louis life. His conversion and faith in Chri Read more ... st.
The Son of 'Unbroken' Shares About His Father
Luke Zamperini knows his father's life is an incredible story and he's excited to share it with the world in Angelina Jolie's biopic about Louis Zamperini, Unbroken #Unbroken Opens In Theaters Christmas Day!
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Tom Kolos 'Parenting expert Cherie Corso' should be less concerned about John's exposure to ridicule and more concerned about the close-mindedness that leads children to ridicule each other. Bullying is the result of insensitivity, that one way or another, is Read more ... reinforced at home. When I was younger, I was small and vulnerable, and on a handful of occasions beaten up for no damned good reason. I've grown to be very protective of those who have no voice, no will to fight, and feel their hope slipping away. I used to think that if given the chance I'd get even with anyone who'd bully someone smaller. Now I think I should expose the parents of such children for being homophobic, xenophobic, fearful, hateful, intolerant, pseudo-Christian hypocrites.
Jolie, Pitt Allow Daughter to Dress Like a Boy, Call Her 'John'
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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have made headlines in recent days after their 8-year-old daughter appeared on the red carpet wearing a suit.
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Gandeida Angelina Jolie’s Fashion Campaign for an Oscar VANESSA FRIEDMAN The “Unbroken” director shows how to dress with a serious purpose. Style The New York Times http://ift.tt/1wqVIyd #iftttnyt
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Dee Tommy Knight This is sick & sad to much money & no Sense
Jolie, Pitt Allow Daughter to Dress Like a Boy, Call Her 'John'
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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have made headlines in recent days after their 8-year-old daughter appeared on the red carpet wearing a suit.
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Covert Bacon CB Pig Pen: Friday 12/26/14 Hightlights: #TheInterview, Angelina Jolie, Doctor Who, The Wire, Beetlejuice, #Facebook, Game of Thrones, Jerry Seinfeld http://bit.ly/13JGTQE
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"The Interview" does well among movie-goers, there might be a "Beetlejuice 2" in the works, The Queen watches Game of Thrones, nbd and more.
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Hobbs' "Tuesday Teachable Moment" on Racism in Art Dear Confused Caucasian: Yes, Ms. Confused, Annie is black because of something called creative license. In this instance, the studio cast Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx and Academy Award nominee Read more ... Quevanzhane Wallis because they are two of the top performers in their craft and as for Foxx, he remains one of the biggest box office draws around. But to peer even deeper Ms. Confused, both Annie and Daddy Warbucks are fictional characters; Hollywood has always taken creative license and cast caucasians in biopics and stories about real life non-caucasians. To clear up your bamboozlement Ms. Confused, you do know that the real Jesus Christ, the one born in Judea over two millenia ago, did not look anything like Willem Defoe or Jim Caveziel, don't you? Similarly, the real Moses did not look anything like Charlton Heston or Christian Bale and Egyptian King Ramses looked nothing like Yul Brynner or Joel Edgerton. If you paid any attention in school you might know that Queen Cleopatra did not look like Liz Taylor or Angelina Jolie---but I doubt that you were taught that Cleopatra's Greek blood did not mitigate her Afro-Semitic blood no more than Barack Obama's caucasian blood mitigates his African blood. But yet and still Ms. Confused, after over a century of filmmaking, such has not stopped Hollywood studio execs from casting caucasians in these roles because hey, their ultimate goal is to generate profits, not provide a lesson in historical accuracy. But even more crucially, since many of your ilk who have tweeted similar sentiments love to stand by the "I'm not racist" demurrer, consider this----get over it. There is absolutely nothing wrong with people of color appearing in fictional or non-fictional roles traditionally claimed by whites. In theatres across America in non-white communities, since the end of slavery, black thespians and dancers performed as leading figures in plays from European writers ranging from Aristophanes and Homer in antiquity, all the way through William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe to more recent writers like Eugene Oneill and George Bernard Shaw. Indeed, the first time I heard "The sun will come out tomorrow" was when my own talented sister Traci Hobbs was singing it around our house when we were kids in Maryland in the run up to her school play performance of Annie. A few weeks ago, I was proud to watch my own budding ballerina daughter appear as one of a handful of black performers in "The Nutcracker" with the World Ballet. But to my surprise and pleasure, Lil Hobbs served as the black attendant to, guess what, a black prima performing as THE Sugar Plum fairy. You see Ms. Confused, where is it written that my child or others cannot aspire to become THE Sugar Plum fairy simply because Peter Illyich Tchaikovsky, composer of The Nutcracker, was white? That is as asinine as saying that white actors cannot play the Three Musketeers or the Count of Monte Cristo because Alexandre Dumas, the famed writer of these two classics, was black. So yes, Annie is black---but she can be Latino, Asian or any other color, too, because of creative license in this age that, what do the optimists keep calling it, this "post racial era," where a child or actor can be anything or anyone that they are given license to become. Respectfully straightening out all confusion, Ol' Hobbs
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Unbroken Official Trailer #1 (2014) - Angelina Jolie Directed Movie HD
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Angelina Jolie on Unbroken, directing Brad Pitt & the mansion tax
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Jolie, Pitt Allow Daughter to Dress Like a Boy, Call Her 'John'
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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have made headlines in recent days after their 8-year-old daughter appeared on the red carpet wearing a suit.
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How Illuminati Killed Michael Jackson,Paul Walker and Next Angelina Jolie
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Chardale Dotson Irvine Friends and family, when you see Unbroken or Seabiscuit for the first time, think of Laura. She's had M.E. for a very long time too. She's an inspiration to all of us with the illness. I'm grateful the Unbroken release comes at a new time where it is Read more ... safe for her to reveal that she has this much maligned illness. It speaks of a break in the pressure. & a shift in the existing paradigm. Of hope.
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"I'm looking for a way out of here,” says author Laura Hillenbrand in a Washington Post interview about living with M.E. “I can't have it physically, so I'm going to have it intellectually.” Her passion for creative escape led Laura to write b Read more ... est-selling books Seabiscuit and Unbroken, the latter telling the tale of World War II prisoner of war and Olympic distance runner, Louis Zamperini. This was made possible only by careful pacing, with Laura conducting hundreds of hours of interviews with Louis over the phone, because she was too ill to travel. Unbroken hits the big screen today in a film version directed by Angelina Jolie, and with a website that invites you to “share your story of resilience and strength.”
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Hobbs' "Tuesday Teachable Moment" on Racism in Art Dear Confused Caucasian: Yes, Ms. Confused, Annie is black because of something called creative license. In this instance, the studio cast Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx and Academy Award nominee Read more ... Quevanzhane Wallis because they are two of the top performers in their craft and as for Foxx, he remains one of the biggest box office draws around. But to peer even deeper Ms. Confused, both Annie and Daddy Warbucks are fictional characters; Hollywood has always taken creative license and cast caucasians in biopics and stories about real life non-caucasians. To clear up your bamboozlement Ms. Confused, you do know that the real Jesus Christ, the one born in Judea over two millenia ago, did not look anything like Willem Defoe or Jim Caveziel, don't you? Similarly, the real Moses did not look anything like Charlton Heston or Christian Bale and Egyptian King Ramses looked nothing like Yul Brynner or Joel Edgerton. If you paid any attention in school you might know that Queen Cleopatra did not look like Liz Taylor or Angelina Jolie---but I doubt that you were taught that Cleopatra's Greek blood did not mitigate her Afro-Semitic blood no more than Barack Obama's caucasian blood mitigates his African blood. But yet and still Ms. Confused, after over a century of filmmaking, such has not stopped Hollywood studio execs from casting caucasians in these roles because hey, their ultimate goal is to generate profits, not provide a lesson in historical accuracy. But even more crucially, since many of your ilk who have tweeted similar sentiments love to stand by the "I'm not racist" demurrer, consider this----get over it. There is absolutely nothing wrong with people of color appearing in fictional or non-fictional roles traditionally claimed by whites. In theatres across America in non-white communities, since the end of slavery, black thespians and dancers performed as leading figures in plays from European writers ranging from Aristophanes and Homer in antiquity, all the way through William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe to more recent writers like Eugene Oneill and George Bernard Shaw. Indeed, the first time I heard "The sun will come out tomorrow" was when my own talented sister Traci Hobbs was singing it around our house when we were kids in Maryland in the run up to her school play performance of Annie. A few weeks ago, I was proud to watch my own budding ballerina daughter appear as one of a handful of black performers in "The Nutcracker" with the World Ballet. But to my surprise and pleasure, Lil Hobbs served as the black attendant to, guess what, a black prima performing as THE Sugar Plum fairy. You see Ms. Confused, where is it written that my child or others cannot aspire to become THE Sugar Plum fairy simply because Peter Illyich Tchaikovsky, composer of The Nutcracker, was white? That is as asinine as saying that white actors cannot play the Three Musketeers or the Count of Monte Cristo because Alexandre Dumas, the famed writer of these two classics, was black. So yes, Annie is black---but she can be Latino, Asian or any other color, too, because of creative license in this age that, what do the optimists keep calling it, this "post racial era," where a child or actor can be anything or anyone that they are given license to become. Respectfully straightening out all confusion, Ol' Hobbs
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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt support their marvelous gender non-conforming kid
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Brad Pitt talked about this in an interview saying that when he calls her ‘Shi’, she would stop him by saying, ‘I’m John’. Check out their reaction
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Basil Agho
Angelina Jolie On Marriage With Brad Pitt And Unbroken | TODAY
Angelina Jolie sits down with NBC s Tom Brokaw to talk about life with Brad Pitt and the promises she made to him about their marriage, as well as about her ...Y440
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Paula Marie Kilantang Pardillo Because I was tagged by Denaiy Chloie Amoin a.k.a cloy-cloy ahahah so here. 20 facts about me •My Nickname is P.M ~Paula Marie (dont laugh) •12 years old •February 1 ,2002 is my most special day :D (wait, how about Christmas?) •I am a w Read more ... eird person •Maldita ko :3 •I overthink stuffs , so yeah •I always wonder why things go on like that, like this (like what?) •I so love Clash of Clans •But I so love Food
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Krystina TA Woke up to another BLESSED day😌! Must see UNBROKEN! Directed by Angelina Jolie... Luv her! 😘
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Charlotte Anne Killorn
Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt Support Shiloh's Wish To Be Called "John"
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Angelina Jolie's entire family recently stepped out on the red carpet to support their mother's new movie, Unbroken. The couple's oldest biological child, who was assigned female at birth, joined brothers Maddox and Pax wearing sharp suits and short Read more ... haircuts. Pitt and Jolie have been fairly
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Steve Mason I had the chance to see "Unbroken" a couple of weeks ago. Now it's the #1 movie across America. Jack O'Connell stars as Louie Zamperini who lived through an impossibly difficult life and not only survived...he thrived. Louie died in July at the age Read more ... of 97, but all of us around USC knew him as a true Trojan. He ran track at USC, and never drifted far from the program. He was a wonderful man. Always a smile. You would never think that he had suffered through such horrific challenges during WW2. Shot down. Lost at sea. Held captive in a Japanese POW camp. As a film, "Unbroken" is a triumph. Director Angelina Jolie has crafted a movie that feels a lot like 1957's "The Bridge on the River Kwai." It's an old-fashioned war movie with Zamperini held captive by the Japanese and singled out by a brutal Japanese officer known as "The Bird." His time as a POW is the heart of the movie as he is punished time after time by the "The Bird," portrayed by Japanese pop star Miyavi. Jolie didn't want name actors in the roles of this film. Jack O'Connell (in my interview here) was a virtual no-name in America. But he brings a WW2 era feel to his performance. He's a Brit, but his accent is successfully buried. Most filmgoers in the US on Christmas Day probably had no idea that he is from Derby, England. He looks like a latter day Audie Murphy-style matinee idol. I had previously seen him in a great indie film called "Starred Up" directed by David MacKenzie, and I knew from the moment he appeared on screen that he is a movie star. "Unbroken" is further proof that we will see a lot of him. There is such humanity in this movie. Regardless of whether Zamperini is running at the 1936 Olympics or serving as a bombardier over the Pacific or lost at sea for 47 days or being punished by "The Bird," it feels real. Defiant. Relentlessly optimistic. Never giving up hope. You can always see it in McConnell's eyes. "Unbroken" is based on the international bestseller by Laura Hillenbrand and it took a total of 4 screenwriters - the Coen Brothers, William Nicholson and Richard LaGravanese - to find the right approach and tone for the screenplay. It works. They have combined to bring Louie's sprawling life to the screen. And Roger Deakins, who has served as Director of Photography for films like the Coen Brothers' "True Grit" and "No Country For Old Men," gives the movie a spectacular, almost retro sheen. "If you can take it, you can make it." Those are the words that Zamperini's older brother told little Louie. And, they are still relevant 7 decades later. "Unbroken" is a reminder that, no matter how difficult life becomes, there is always hope. If Louie could make it, so can we all.
VeniceMase interview with "Unbroken" star Jack O'Connell
After starring in the UK drama "Skins" and David Mackenzie's acclaimed "Starred Up," young Jack O'Connell has landed his biggest role yet. O'Connell portrays...
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GoBunny Media GoBunny has been up to a lot in the second half of 2014 that hasn't made it to the Facebook page! Some favorite editing projects in the past few months have included Neil Patrick Harris's autobiography, an abridged version of Unbroken (now out as a m Read more ... ovie directed by Angelina Jolie), and an amazing book that every woman should read called Playing Big. The whole fall semester teaching at Walden Theatre was great with some really amazing work by all our young actors. I'm narrating audio books for the Library of Congress again in Louisville. And, after a month studying yoga in India, I'm now a certified yoga teacher which will be the start of a new business in the new year. More on that in a few weeks. Happy Holidays, everyone!
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Jon Pitt 2nd bad review I have seen
Angelina Jolie's Unbroken fails to do justice to Louis Zamperini's life story - 2014-Dec-25
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If ever there was a true story that deserved big-screen treatment, it’s the life of Louis Zamperini. He packed a lifetime’s worth of events into just about 10 years, running ...
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Anh Nguyen Bài tập : Tìm tất cả những câu khẳng định trong đoạn văn sau mà có động từ thường: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have made headlines in recent days after their 8-year-old daughter appeared on the red carpet wearing a suit Read more ... . The couple have said in recent years that their daughter, Shiloh, only wants to dress like a boy and insists on being called "John." Jolie downplayed the issue in 2010, saying, “Some kids wear capes and want to be Superman and she wants to be like her brothers. It’s who she is. It’s been a surprise to us and it’s really interesting, but she’s so much more than that – she’s funny and sweet and pretty.” On "Fox and Friends" today, we heard a spirited debate about whether a child should be choosing their gender identity at such a young age. Lyss Stern, CEO of Divamoms.com, said Jolie and Pitt are doing the right thing by letting Shiloh express herself. She said all parents should make their child "feel comfortable in their own skin."
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Regina Sauer Martin WHAT IS THIS WORLD coming to????? I never dreamed I would be hearing this conversation! God Help Us!!
Is is okay to let an 8 year old choose their own gender?Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt support their daughter's name change from Shiloh to John. Lyss Stern & Cheri Corso debated earlier on F&F. What do you think??
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József Baranyai
'Unbroken' Cast Reveals What It's Like to Have Angelina Jolie as a Boss
Unbroken marks Angelina Jolie's first big studio movie as a director and ET got the actors to dish on what she's like as a boss.
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This is why I love Angelina Jolie. So much respect for her.
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Bryan Medina So last night Boo-boo and I saw "Unbroken". Although we never saw Angelina Jolie's first film, this 2nd one is an emotional, and thought provoking portrayal of one man's journey of overcoming unbelievable hardships during WWII. We give it a B+
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Is is okay to let an 8 year old choose their own gender?Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt support their daughter's name change from Shiloh to John. Lyss Stern & Cheri Corso debated earlier on F&F. What do you think??
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Kiki & Pooky Ltd. a slighty-late holiday gift - some excellente reading :)
Angelina Jolie’s Fashion Campaign for an Oscar
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The “Unbroken” director shows how to dress with a serious purpose.
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