You're not so special. Cameron is not a speechmaker. But the problem, as I see it, is exactly that: After East Coast residents dig themselves out from under the snow, they should treat themselves to some choice classics. Blizzard ofCultureHollywoodMovies and Society. Adolescence sucks for everyone.
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Currently streaming on Netflix. The film looks at a hyper competitive race for class president that changes the lives of all the candidates in ways both small and profound. Witherspoon gives one of best performances as the wholly original Tracy Flick, a perfectionist whose pushiness may alienate her peers but also provides her with a springboard to success in the world of politics. The film also features the late James Gandolfini in one of his best big screen roles as a general who is trying to prevent the march to war because he knows the human cost all to well. How can any of us, out and proud or not, hope to convince an uncertain and frightened year-old in rural or urban Wherever, U. Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you.
All this time spent imagining other worlds, and other versions of me in those worlds, was eventually good fuel for fiction writing. Currently streaming on Amazon Prime. Available to rent on Flixster, Vudu, Amazon and iTunes. You're not so special. George McGovern his due. Growing Up Gay in the s: While Stone is an outspoken left-winger, he imbues Nixon the character played indelibly by Sir Anthony Hopikins with genuine pathos and a Shakespearean sense of tragedy.