It's the story of James Hatfield, the author of a book called Fortunate Son, a biography (the first) of pre-presidential George W. Bush. Meant to be a quickie "clip job," written by quoting sources secondhand through previously published articles on Bush, Hatfield ended up turning in something a little different. The biggest switch: An afterword that alleged Bush was a former cocaine user.
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In the wake of Fahrenheit 9/11's success, expect to see dozens of movies like this to hit the scene in short order. Orwell doesn't necessarily pillory George W. Bush, though. Pappas is keen on implicating the media as complicit in keeping the two party system alive and well and, by extension, in handing Bush the presidency.
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'Mindhorn' sees Julian Barratt as a former TV star who pretends to be a detective to nab a killer.
Iron Fist co-creator Roy Thomas 'tries not think' about the critics of the Netflix/Marvel series, because he has 'so little patience' for them.