Like INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS, GREEN ZONE rewrites history; it suggests that journalists actually cared about the Iraq War WMD fraud – a 15 minute podcast discussion, (skip ahead a couple of minutes).
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Here is another small advancement in technology that can make a big impact helping to save paper and trees. Millions of people visit movie theaters weekly and the internet has revolutionized ticket purchasing, but for the most part you still have to print out a confirmation or a barcode. However, a new application from Fandango allows for a barcode to show up on your mobile phone that can be scanned at movie theaters.
You can see full list of test markets in the full article at the link.
We want your webcam reviews for Green Zone, Our Family Wedding or Remember Me this weekend for the Rotten Tomatoes Show. Any reviewers who make it on the show will be paid $100 via paypal.
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Review in a Hurry: Matt Damon reunites with Bourne sequel director Paul Greengrass and his shaky, hand-held camera for an action-packed thriller set in Iraq shortly after the toppling of Saddam….