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Sun, 10 Jan 1999 14:49:31 -0500
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Joe Dante's excellent _The Second Civil War_ comes to mind.

Scott Andrew Hutchins
Oz, Monsters, Kamillions, and More!

My next vocal performance shall be December 27 at Unity Church of
Indianapolis, 907 N. Delaware, at the 9 and 11 AM services.
Frances:  I've led a pretty boring life compared to yours.

Freddy [the neighbor]:  Mine was pretty boring, too.  I've just got a
knack for picking out the interesting bits.

                 --David Williamson, _Travelling North_, Act Two Scene Three

On Thu, 7 Jan 1999, jmoran wrote:

> > I am trying to accumulate a list of Hollywood films whose primary
> > narrative emphasis dramatizes an issue of media ethics.
> > Examples include Wag the Dog, Quiz SHow, Bulworth, Natural Born Killers,
> > Man Bites Dog, Broadcast News, Citizen Kane, The Truman Show, Absence of
> > Malice, Network, and so on.  I would appreciate any suggestions to add
> to my list.
> >
> > J. Moran
> >
> >
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