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Rewriting History
Rewriting History
by Dick Morris
Edition: Hardcover
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4.0 out of 5 stars A lot revealed about the Clinton's in this book., July 6 2004
Ce commentaire est de: Rewriting History (Hardcover)
If you want to read a lot of the dirt on the Clinton's from someone that was closely involved with them, read this book. Has any other former associate of the Clinton's opened up about things they saw? Hard to believe that the Clinton's could possibly be as they are portrayed in this book.

Rumble Fish
Rumble Fish
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent casting !, Nov. 24 1999
Ce commentaire est de: Rumble Fish (VHS Tape)
Dennis Hopper, Mickey Rourke and Matt Dillon are well cast as an alcoholic father and his two misfit sons down and out in an urban setting. Story centers around the frustrations of feeling trapped in a city with little hope of a better life. Matt Dillon's character, "Rusty James", idealizes the days when gangs battled often and his older brother, "Motorcycle Boy" (Mickey Rourke), was a gang leader and was considered the main problem by the police. "Motorcycle Boy" is an uninspired genius whose sanity is slipping away. He is fascinated by the Siamese fighting fish. They apparently symbolize inner city youth who fight for little or no reason at all. He believes the fish would not fight if they were in the river. Maybe the gangs wouldn't fight if they were out in the country? Nicholas Cage, Lawrence Fishburne, Diane Lane, Christopher Penn and Vincent Spano are an excellent supporting cast. Tom Waits has a small part and S.E. Hinton, who wrote the novel the film is based on, appears briefly.

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