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The Spion Kop was a mighty terrace behind one of the goals at Anfield. It was built in 1906, as a reward to the fans after Liverpool had clinched their second league championship. It was an enormous structure, capable of holding as many as 25,000 supporters. It http://www.official49ersnflauthentic.com/WOMENS-JIMMIE-WARD-JERSEY.html had 100 steps and towered Steve Johnson Limited Jersey above the Walton Breck Road behind the ground. The name came from a small hill in South Africa known as Spion Kop where in January 1900, during the Boer war, a battle left hundreds dead. Many of the soldiers killed came from Lancashire regiments with a strong contingent from Liverpool. The Liverpool Echo was the first to suggest calling it the Kop
Joe Fagan tried his luck as a player with Liverpool but manager George Kay said he wasn't good enough. Joe went on to be quite a depandable centre half with Manchester City. Joe returned to Liverpool on 30th of June 1958 as a coach. He was put in charge of the Liverpool reserves in July 1971 and following Shankly's surprise departure as manager he was promoted to 1st team trainer in July 1974. By 1979 he had become right hand man to Paisley. On 1st of July 1983, Fagan took over as manager from Paisley. Bob was a tough act to follow but everything fell into place for the new manager in his first season. Joe wrote his name in the record books by becoming the first British manager to win three major titles in one season; the League, the Milk cup and the European cup. Fagan had inherited a strong side from Paisley but that's never been a recipe for success. The team needed a strong character to keep it going. What faced Fagan now was to live up to his own and fans' expectations after such a fairytale season. The omens were not good. One of the strongest characters in the side and skipper Graeme Souness had left for Italy.
The most promising player of the 1983 84 season in the 1st division, Paul Walsh, had been bought in May for 700,000 pounds, midfield maestro Jan Molby from Steve Johnson Womens Jersey Ajax for 225,000 pounds and midfielder Kevin MacDonald from Leicester. Fagan's buy from the previous season, John Wark came into his own and was the season's topscorer at Liverpool. Liverpool's start was terrible. As if Souness' absence from midfield wasn't bad enough, goalmachine Ian Rush didn't feature until October because of injury. At the end of October the European champions were in 20th place, only two places from rock bottom (2 wins 5 draws 4 losses). Liverpool had moved to 10th in December, but in the end couldn't catch Everton who won the title by a mile. Liverpool came 2nd. Liverpool reached the European final again. A big occasion for Fagan as he had decided it was his last match in charge. He told his players simply before the game that after the match they could call him just Joe instead of Boss.
Hooliganism destroyed this great occasion and it was on a sad note Fagan retired. When he came out of the airplane from Brussels, his sadness was for everyone to see. The great gentleman cried on Roy Evans' shoulder. He was already 62 years old when he took the job and had intended to stay only two years in the managerial seat.
One of Fagan's signings, Republic of Ireland international Jim Beglin said: "He was just a very genuine nice man. He was a very humble, down to earth person. He had a lovely way about him and was very gentlemanly. Underneath that soft exterior, there was also a hardened professionalism. He was very thoughtful about his football, very approachable as Anquan Boldin Jersey a coach and a manager.
"The biggest tribute I could pay to him would be when he got the job I think every single man in the first team squad were desperate for him to be successful. He was following a formidable act in Bob, and I think one or two different people outside of Liverpool thought maybe it was going to be too difficult an act to follow. He was brilliant and the nicest thing I can say is everybody in the first team dressing room really, really wanted him to be successful, and that was obviously reflected in his first season."
"It is sad because Joe Anquan Boldin Limited Jersey Fagan was the perfect gentleman as well as being a top coach. He was a really nice down to earth man and I felt when he was coaching he knew how to handle players, but when things weren't going well he knew when to put his foot down and he was quite hard.
"He was very down to earth and didn't really want the managers job. He did it to help Liverpool Football Club out because there was no one ready for the job. He stepped in, not for himself but on behalf of Liverpool Football Club and he managed to do the incredible treble."
"You may have found me mean and thirsty in my search for trophies, but the bad news is the man who is taking my place is hungrier than me. Fagan's the name and I don't think he'll need any help from the Artful Dodger!"
Bob Paisley on his successor Joe Fagan
"He was just a very genuine nice man. He was a very humble, down to earth person. He had a lovely way about him and was very gentlemanly. Underneath that soft exterior, there was also a hardened professionalism. He loathed all soccerspeak; he wouldn't have recognised a Christmas tree formation if it had toppled on to him. "What does getting round the back mean?" he would ask. "We're not talking about burglars are we?"
Expressed by one of his most loyal lieutenants, Joe Fagan, Bob Paisley's soccer credo amounted to this. Billy thanks for everything.
William Beveridge Liddell started his career with local teams Kingseat Juvenlies and Lochgelly Violet. Billy came first to Liverpool in July 1938 and 9 months later signed a professional contract. Before Liddell went to Liverpool, he had been hired as an accountant at Simon Jude West in Liverpool. His parents had it put into the contract that Billy would be allowed to continue his studies because they wanted William to have something to fall back on if things didn't work out. Liddell trained full time in pre season, but trained only twice a week as the season started, so he could do his other job. He was Liverpool's only player who held two jobs, which is not surprising. But, he had hardly settled when the Second World War broke out, so Liddell had to wait 6 years to make his formal debut. Billy enlisted in the RAF and was sent to a training camp in Cambridge and later on to Manitoba in Canada.
As many professional footballers, Billy tried to play as many games during the war as possible. He made appearances for Chelsea, Linfield, Cambridge Town, Toronto Scottish and Dunfermline. He played his first game for Liverpool and scored his first goal on New Years' Day 1940, beating Crewe 7 1. He made his international debut against England at Wembley on 18th April 1942, four years before making his official debut for Liverpool! His team mates were among others Bill Shankly and Matt Busby. Scotland ran out 5 4 winners. He played more internationals during the war, but they do not count towards his total number of internationals. Billy twice represented Great Britain against Europe, in 1947 and then in 1955 when Liverpool was playing in the 2nd division, which goes to show how highly rated he was. Only Billy and Stanley Matthews managed to be chosen to play both these games.
Liverpool's future talisman played his first official game in the FA Cup versus Chester at Anfield on 5th of January 1946. He scored one goal in a 2 0 win. The league competition started in the autumn, but he missed pre season, because he was still in the air force. Liverpool had already played two games when he made his league debut in a 74 win over Chelsea. He scored two goals, one goal he scored straight from a corner kick. Billy played a vital role on the left wing, scoring 7 goals in 35 games. Liverpool celebrated the championship for the 5th time. But Liverpool couldn't follow up to the triumph and despite promising seasons after that always ended up in mid table, before finally being relegated in 1954. Liddell had established himself as Liverpool's greatest star, the club's top scorer 4 seasons out of 8 in the top flight.
Billy Liddell decided to stay at Liverpool despite lucrative offers. He was moved up front and made captain in the 1955/56 season. Goals came easy to him and he scored 115 goals in 5 seasons in 2nd division. On the 9th of November 1957 he equalled Elisha Scott's appearance record in the League for Liverpool when he played his 430th game. The following season Billy wasn't first choice for the first time in his career and a year later he retired, 39 years of age, when the Shankly revolution was about to start.
Billy was as strong as an ox, quick and packed a powerful shot. He was fearless and it was no coincidence that Liverpool became to be known as "Liddellpool". He was one of Liverpool Football Club's finest. However, it is worth mentioning that had it not been for a certain Matt Busby, Billy might never have been a Liverpool player. Busby found out that representatives of Manchester City had been to see Billy's parents with a view to getting www.official49ersnflauthentic.com/WOMENS-JOE-STALEY-JERSEY.html their son to join the Manchester club. After learning that Billy had turned down the invitation to go to City, Busby rang Liverpool manager George Kay and suggested that "this Liddell lad might be worth an enquiry"; and indeed he was .
As well as signing David James on this day in 1992, we also signed Andriy Voronin in 2007
Liverpool got their pre season off to a winning start thanks to a hat trick from 19 year old striker Besian Idrizaj which helped secure a 3 2 victory over Wrexham on Saturday.
The Austrian hit a 22 minute hat trick before half time, with the impressive Jermaine Pennant playing a key part in all three goals.
Wrexham's two second half consolations through Eifion Williams did little to dampen the spirits of the thousands of Kopites who made the journey to the Racecourse Ground on a day when nine young Reds got their first taste of senior action.
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Former UN official calls for an end to sanctions on Iraq
An audience of around 140 people in Sheffield, England were recently presented with a devastating expos of the role of British and US imperialism in Iraq.
The meeting last Sunday, entitled "Against sanctions on Iraq", was addressed by former United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator for Iraq, Denis Halliday. It was part of a national tour by Halliday in the campaign for an end to sanctions against Iraq that he has pursued since resigning as head of the UN's "Oil for food programme" last Autumn. The meeting also heard from Ray Bristow, a veteran who suffers from Gulf War Syndrome and was exposed to radioactive uranium while serving in Kuwait.
Bristow began his remarks to the meeting by declaring: "As an individual I am not a pacifist. I believe in the individuals' rights to protect themselves and I also believe that a nation has a right to defend itself. That is what I believe and that was the reason that I chose to serve. Over the last few years the nation that I chose to serve and the society that runs that nation has really opened my eyes to the fact that it wasn't the nation I thought it was."
He went on to explain the horrific fate suffered in the gulf by British and Iraqi servicemen, as well as the civilian population of Iraq.
Showing pictures of the Basra Road, Bristow said: "The Iraqi troops fleeing Kuwait on the way to Basra were cut off at either end. Air attack after air attack went Vernon Davis Jersey in and anything that moved was destroyed. The sky was so full of helicopters, shooting away, that the biggest fear of the pilots was that they would crash into each other. In the end, the pilots refused to go back and carry on. It was a turkey shoot. That is what was said. What we call the Basra Road, as I was told while in Iraq recently, they www.official49ersnflauthentic.com/WOMENS-PATRICK-WILLIS-JERSEY.html refer to as the Highway of Death."
Bristow then spoke of his own situation. He explained the symptoms gulf war veterans were suffering: memory loss, lack of concentration, muscle and joint pain, chest pains and shortage of breath. "Another very common sign is what they call 'irritable bowel syndrome'," he said. "What this means to every gulf war veteran is that they have abdominal pains on practically a daily basis; pain which feels like being kicked in the abdomen, or somebody punching you in the stomach, or ripping your intestines out and tying them in knots. It means constant diarrhoea, unless it is controlled by medication.
"Many veterans now need to wear nappies. Mood swings and irritability is very common, especially amongst those who do not understand the scientific evidence or who have not sought help. It results in violence or marriage breakdowns, violent crime. Unusual skin rashes, liver and kidney damage are also prevalent."
Bristow referred constantly to a government cover up of the effects suffered by veterans and their continued refusal to recognise Gulf War Syndrome. "Let's just talk about liver damage. Practically every gulf war veteran I know has an enlarged liver. All the toxic things we were exposed to, it is quite obvious that our livers would be damaged. But for all gulf war veterans, their GPs [general practitioners] receive standard letters. The government actually writes to the GP and says 'the common causes for enlarged livers are; alcohol abuse, obesity or diabetes'. We are talking about servicemen, so that is a push off. What an insult to write and say that.
"The government went to great lengths to keep the use of uranium 238 quiet. When we started to get information about uranium and found a place where we could get tested, I was the first British person to be tested by an American professor. It was identified that I had been exposed to over 100 times the safe level of uranium 238, or nuclear waste.
"When it explodes, uranium dust is blown into the atmosphere. We were told that the only danger of being exposed is if you are within the immediate vicinity of the explosion. How that can be said beats me. I remained in Saudi Arabia throughout the war and never entered Iraq or Kuwait."
To illustrate the amount of uranium used in the gulf, Bristow explained, "In 1968 Vernon Davis Limited Jersey a B52 bomber crashed. It was carrying an old fashioned type atom bomb, which was a uranium weapon. To clean up this site was a multimillion dollar exercise, with a multimillion dollar compensation package. There would have been about 40 pounds of uranium in the warhead of an atom bomb. During the gulf war the Americans and the British used over 300 tons. Some of this was used in Saudi Arabia before the land war started, for trials. Saudi Arabia said clean it up, and it was cleaned up. Nothing has been cleaned up in Iraq. There is evidence that uranium has now filtered down into the water table in the South around the Basra area. It is affecting children, it is affecting the food chain, crops, farm animals they have no water."
Denis Halliday then told the meeting, "We have UN troops at the moment checking the DMZ [demilitarised zone] from both the Kuwaiti and the Iraqi side. There is no doubt in my mind that they are being exposed and that this problem is still alive and well. Uranium particles left over from this 300 tons have leached into the soil, into the water system of Basra and other towns in the South and there are currently 4 or 5 million people living in that part of the country. It is going into the root crops. The vegetables that are grown in the South of Iraq then go to the market places in Baghdad and other central and northern cities.
"The Ministry of Health is monitoring the impact on the Iraqi population. In Basra or Baghdad or up in the North of Iraq, malformation at childbirth is becoming a crisis situation. Incidence has risen dramatically since this 1990 91 exposure to radiation.
"I resigned from the UN and some people think that was a mistake. There is a theory that if you stay inside you can do more. But after 34 years I feel I have been inside quite a long time. I needed the change and I needed to be free as a good civil servant.
"In Iraq I was the manager of this so called oil for food programme. This was established by the member states of the Security Council to try to resolve some of the humanitarian impact of the sanctions on Iraq. From the very beginning it had problems. It was under funded, it does not provide the wherewithal being oil revenues to purchase even the basic foodstuffs or medicines that the Iraqi people require.
"After eight years of sanctions you can imagine how depleted the health situation is of the great majority of the Iraqi people. The oil for food programme provides enough money to buy basic food and basic medicines. That excludes the antibiotics, the equipment needed to protect children from leukaemia or other more complicated cancers or other problems. They are not included in this programme. The money available is about 4 to 5 billion US dollars per Justin Smith Elite Jersey year. It seems a lot of money, a billion US dollars. If you have a population of 22 million, however, and you want to buy 1 kilo of cheese per person per month, this would cost approximately 1 billion dollars a year."
Halliday said that the provisions made under the programme accounted only for the most basic food package, with no vegetables and no meat. "I wonder how many of us here would really like to eat that for five or six years? Some Iraqi's are fortunate. Maybe they can get vegetables from somebody who lives outside the city, although Iraq is an urban society. Of the 22 million I would guess that about 15 million are urban, meaning they don't have access to fresh produce.
"Most Iraqis today do not have the income to buy fresh fruit and vegetables and all the basics that you and I take for granted like eggs, chicken, or a piece of meat. Can you imagine how grim that has become over so many years, not just from the point of view of your palate, but from the point of view of your health?"
Halliday said UN forces in Iraq were responsible for the virtual destruction of a civilised population. "Mothers in Iraq today are very malnourished. They give birth to small infants who are malnourished. These are not being breast fed, but are taking baby formula which is over diluted with water that is unsafe. Why is the water unsafe? Because the coalition forces, the same people who carried out the 'turkey shoot', deliberately destroyed the civilian infrastructure of Iraq. They deliberately went after the water fonts, the treatment distribution, the sewage systems, the cold stores, the hospitals, the clinics, the schools, the manufacturing plants. This has created massive unemployment.
"All the things that make life manageable and hopeful for a great number of people were deliberately targeted, deliberately destroyed, and it has not been rebuilt."
Halliday contrasted the Iraq of today with what had existed in the 1980s. "The impression you get today in Baghdad is of decay and negligence a lack of a budget to keep the city clean, to put water in the pipes, to sustain an attractive reasonable place, which of course it was. In the 1980s Iraq enjoyed a very high standard of public health, education, a quality of life. The government invested billions of dollars in education, health and even cars and communication facilities.
"The most vulnerable, orphans, widows there were probably almost one million widows after the Iran Iraq war were getting direct food supplies, including 10 kilos of beef per month per family, and shoes and clothes and books and communications. That has collapsed.
"This was a country that enjoyed a very high standard and which today is dreadfully depleted. Because of this health situation, you now have five or six thousand children dying every month. This is a UNICEF figure, not mine. It is also endorsed by the World Health Organisation, both of which I worked with in Iraq and are still there."
Halliday said the responsibility for this situation rested with America, Britain and the UN. "We are responsible for this picture, we have got to accept that. Many say this is the fault of Saddam Hussein. That is easy and thus quite attractive, but it is too simple. We know that he is not a very attractive guy. He is a dictator, he is a miserable . whatever you want to call him. But we are punishing the Iraqi people because we can't deal with this man. I don't think any of us can really justify that. We are knowingly killing thousands of children. We are denying them the very basics of life, safe milk, and medical care. They are dying from diarrhoea and the simplest problems because there is no medication. Between 20 and 30 percent of Iraqi children under five, or even more, are malnourished. Twenty some percent of those will be chronically malnourished. Chronic malnutrition can lead to physical problems, mental disability or slowness of development."
Halliday stressed the future problems facing the Iraqi people. "This will lead to a whole generation of Iraqi children having attention span problems, concentration problems. This is a crime of the future. We are destroying Iraq's future. Sadly, I have to acknowledge that this is a deliberate approach. We have now got Albright, the US secretary of state, going on television official49ersnflauthentic.com/WOMENS-MIKE-IUPATI-JERSEY.html in New York and saying, 'Yes, we are sorry but we do have to kill thousands of the children. It's the only way we can contain Saddam Hussein.' It is an incredible statement.
"I would classify sanctions as war, because the results certainly look like war to me." Halliday added that the actions of the coalition forces in the gulf contravened the UN's own conventions. "Some of you will know there are Geneva Conventions and protocols which govern the management of warfare. A certain irony, I always think, but nevertheless it does exist. But when it comes to sanctions, these conventions do not apply. They have been completely ignored.
"One aspect of these conventions is that civilian targets should not be targeted by military activity. What did we see? The coalition forces bombed civilian targets. The sanctions are specifically targeted on men, children and women. It is a complete breach of that convention. How can that possibly be justifiable?
"We are familiar with mortality rates, perhaps malnutrition. You have seen those photographs of children in hospital. I have been there. I got involved in November 1997 with a small ward of four children with leukaemia. There are thousands of children suffering, but you can't deal with thousands. You can deal sometimes with four. So I decided, as a gift to myself, I would Justin Smith Limited Jersey try to solve the problems of these four children. I managed, through some connections, to get the drugs from Jordan and Turkey for the children to be given care for their leukaemia for a two year period. By the time I got back to the hospital it took six weeks two of the children were dead. The other two, hopefully, are still alive and on these drugs. But it hit me; this is what is happening.
"And the doctors who run these hospitals, can you imagine the agony they go through, knowing they can't really help these children? You saw the intensive care, the paediatric intensive care facilities; there is nothing these men and women can do. They see it every day. The mothers sit there beside their children. It is just a horrible situation."
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From the birth of cinema, viewers recognized that a beam of light penetrating a darkened room provoked a dreamlike state, and that the irrational could be best expressed on film. This became an actuality in1920s Europe when a small group of visual artists turned their gaze from the exterior world of painting and sculpture to the interior world of the human mind by producing startling and subversive films. This series presents these legendary films in the wider context of European experimental cinema and includes a selection of works by the post war American filmmakers who embraced the surrealist philosophy of a personal, psychological, non narrative cinema.
Dal Buuel: Un chien andalou, Lge dor
A landmark of avant garde cinema and arguably the first truly surrealist film, Dal and Buuels still striking Un chien andalou is a feverish maelstrom of dream imagery and time bending drama. film ruined in a single evening, ten years of http://www.official49ersnflauthentic.com/WOMENS-ANTHONY-DAVIS-JERSEY.html pseudo intellectual post war advance guardism foul thing which is figuratively called abstract art fell at our feet, wounded to death, never to rise again. Salvador Dal. Lge dor, the pair second and final collaboration, is even more outrageous: a masterwork of delirious subversion and inventive blasphemy that was met with riots in Paris and was banned for fifty years.
Un chien andalou 1929/b min. Scr: Salvador Dal, Luis Buuel, dir: Buuel
Lge dor 1930/b min. Scr: Salvador Dal, Luis Buuel; dir: Buuel; w/ Gaston Modot, Lya Lys, Max Ernst
Buuel began working on this adaptation of the Emily Bront novel (a favorite of the surrealists) in Paris in the early 1930s, though it took two decades to go into production. Transported to the barren, petrified landscape of Taxco in Mexico, Bronts tale of doomed, all consuming Michael Crabtree Jersey love is pushed to tortured excess and etched with dark, surreal images. Triumphanta blatant hacienda melodrama that camps out on poverty row before blasting into the stratospherea great movie that Frank Gore Womens Jersey successfully travesties a great novel. J. Hoberman, Village Voice
1953/b min. Scr: Luis Buuel, Julio Alejandro, Arduino Maiuri; dir: Buuel; w/ Irasema Dilin, Jorge Mistral, Lilia Prado Not available on DVD
The Birth of Poetic Cinema: Jean Cocteau and Man Ray
In The Blood of a Poet, Cocteau follows a young artist as he plunges into the blackness of a mirror and drifts through a sublime realm of visions and dreams populated with sphinxes, angels and living statues (among them Lee Miller, Man Ray lover and collaborator). In Man Rays last film, a strange group of visitors, faces obscured by shrouds, go about fanciful games and movements in and around the striking modernist villa (designed by Robert Mallet Stevens) belonging to the Vicomte Frank Gore Limited Jersey de Noailles, who also commissioned both Cocteaus film and Lge dor.
The Blood of a Poet 1930/b min. Scr/dir: Jean Cocteau; w/ Lee Miller, Enrique Rivero,
Les Mystres du chteau de D 1929/b min. Scr/dir: Man Ray
Trance Films: Maya Deren and Gregory J. Markopoulos
European surrealism hit American screens with the development of the trance film. Described as works of experience by scholar P. Adams Sitney, they feature priests, initiates of rituals, and the possessed as protagonists through a potent environment toward a climactic scene of self realization. In Meshes of the Afternoon and At Land, Maya Deren infuses this model with psychodrama official49ersnflauthentic.com/WOMENS-ALDON-SMITH-JERSEY.html and mystery. Begun in Los Angeles while he was a student at USC and completed in his hometown of Toledo, Ohio, Gregory J. Markopoulos Du sang, de la volupt et de la mort is inspired by an unfinished Pierre Louys novella and Platonic dialogues. shimmering, complex films, with their elusive themes of memory, desire, and creativity once compared to the works of Joyce, Proust, and Eisenstein. Kristin M. Jones, Artforum.
Meshes of the Afternoon 1943/b min Scr/dir: Maya Deren, Alexander Hammid
At Land 1944/b min. Scr/dir: Maya Deren;The Magik Lantern: Harry Smith
The Harry Smith Archives will present a live performance of the newly restored version of Harry Smith film Heaven and Earth Magic with specially designed slides, colored gels and maskings. A collage film of animated segments created from antique catalogues and elocution manuals, Smith showed the film with its special projection set up only once, in the late 1950s at Carnegie Hall, New York City on a specially built projector. This show involved the use of colored gels and slide overlays to create a vividly colored presentation that had the strong feel of a magic lantern show with an animated shadow play at its center. It is characteristic of Smith to have created this antiquated form of color presentation, very much akin to the tinting and toning of silent films, rather than naturalistic color. With the slides and gels, Heaven and Earth Magic regains its aboriginal character as an alchemical sance. Dal allegedly accused Cornell of stealing the film from Dal own subconscious. Before he died, Cornell handed over six unfinished films to Larry Michael Crabtree Limited Jersey Jordan for completion. Among them was The Children Trilogy (Cotillion, The Midnight Party and The Children Party), described as hilarious and touching tribute to the ecstasy of childhood and childlike make believe, by Michael Joshua Rowin in Reverse Shot. In his own work, Jordan creates transportive fantasies by animating Victorian engravings. Duo Concertantes, Hamfat Asar and Our Lady of the Sphere date from climax of Jordan career exquisite space and time where reverie and dream meet, delicately poised between nostalgia and terror, per P. Adams Sitney.
Rose Hobart 1936/b min. Scr/dir: Joseph Cornell
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2012 Spring Movie Preview
It's not Hammertime, friends it's springtime. This is bad news for comic book geeks, popcorn blockbuster lovers and folks who only watch Oscar fodder. But it's awesome news for anybody who wants to see young, nubile peeps meeting and falling in love, or young, nubile peeps meeting their maker and falling down in the woods while running from chainsaw wielding dudes. Why? Because February houses that unholy 24 hours, Valentine's Day, and Hollywood plays both sides better than Clint Eastwood in a spaghetti western. Here, for your perusal, are all the movies hitting our theatres this spring that weren't super foreign and only going to be shown in somebody's basement in Denver for a single night. This go 'round, werewolves and vampires must fight their greatest enemy: Soylent Green. I mean people. Directed by a couple of Swedes. Major Stance (whataname!) and Col. Bullard (played by Cuba Gooding, Jr. Air Force for the right to take their black fighter pilots into the fray during WWII.
The CIA first trained and then betrayed black ops agent Mallory Kane (Carano) Anthony Davis Womens Jersey now she gets to beat up Michael Douglas, Channing Tatum, Michael Fassbender, Antonio Banderas and Bill Paxton. Rusty on yer Shakespeare? Okay. is a super badass Roman general and an arrogant bastard who decides Anthony Davis Elite Jersey to run for office. Two of his enemies mess that up and Cori gets pissed and basically says, "Public office is for suckers anyhow; I should just be the unilateral boss of all of you." This doesn't go over well with the senate and he's banished, which makes his mom and wife cry. Then, he vows revenge, planning to team up with his one time enemy. Fiennes' version of the story features a contemporary spin, machine guns, and zero tights. Starring Gerard Butler, Vanessa Redgrave, James Nesbitt, Brian Cox, and Lord Voldemort himself.
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Liam Neeson stars as one of several dudes wandering the Alaskan wilderness, fighting wolves with homemade claws of plastic bottle, after their plane crashes during an oil Aldon Smith 49ers Jersey drilling expedition. The cinematography looks pretty stunning but then again, this is Alaska, which looks amazing even when it wakes up with a hangover, and the director, John Carnahan, once made a movie called "Blood, Guts, Bullets and Octane."
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