And she's in trouble with the morgue.
From 'Tower Heist' and '2 Broke Girls' to 'Law & Order's, there have been a lot of fake Madoffs.
Which would make Republicans breathe a sigh of relief.
The Glass-Steagall Act: "I certainly can’t educate anybody on the specifics of it, but I know it’s about deregulation."
And his character sure sounds a lot like Rupert Murdoch.
The numbers do look pretty bad.
Let's see which — if any — of documentarian Nick Broomfield's "revelations" in 'Sarah Palin: You Betcha!' actually draw blood.
It's very thorough.
"I often attended protests and then, in my early 20s, and on drugs, I enjoyed it when the protests lost direction and became chaotic, hostile even."
"House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy began his talk by showing a clip from the movie, 'The Town.'"
Who is best able to defend America with his or her bare hands?
This could be so good!
This documentary is straight hagiography, without nuance or ambiguity or the admission of opposing viewpoints.
He's ready to return to acting, but is the audience ready for him?
Red staters don't see docs, and liberals who hate her likely won't want to pay for the privilege.
"What [filmmaker Andrew] Rossi misses is that until recently, the 'Times' was contemptuous of other media."
'Page One' "is, in a word, a mess."