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Bonnie and Clyde (1967): Gangsters on the Road to Nowhere – Review by Richard Gilman

Bonnie and Clyde is about violence and crime, and the desire of the ego to define itself, to live in violence and crime if it can't in anything else. To this end it remains properly sympathetic to the characters it has plucked from history, the sympathy being given not to crime but to a process in which crime figures, to the action by which the ego displays itself as the embattled source of everything—crime, love, violence, goodness, error, dream.

Movie Trial: A. I.: Artificial Intelligence

The movies that split people down the middle, put in the Empire dock... Simon Ingram (Prosecution) and Kat Brown (Defence) on Steven Speilberg's "A. I.: Artificial Intelligence"

Sacha Baron Cohen’s Who is America? – Episode 5 – Full Transcript

Billy Wayne Ruddick Jr. interviews former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski. Gio Monaldo conducts a photoshoot with internet entrepreneur Mahbod Moghadam, one of the founder's Genius. OMGWhizzBoyOMG! discusses Antifa with Milwaukee County sheriff David Clarke while they unbox Shopkins. Erran Morad meets with Youth Shooters of America founder Dan Roberts and teaches him how to survive terrorist attacks.

The Jim Jefferies Show – S2, Ep17, 7 August 2018 – Full Transcript

Jim looks at the recent controversy surrounding the accessibility of blueprints online that allow people to produce guns using 3D printers. And how the TSA is struggling to fight against them. Congresswoman Barbara Lee has a long history in Congress, but her progressive politics and push to become the first black female House leader may represent the future. The story of the police dog that the Colombian cartels want dead.

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