“Like the 1980s with telephones, that’s a symptom of a market that is cordoned off from competition. And that’s got to change,” Furman and fellow economic adviser Jeff Zients wrote.
“It just kind of came out, it all came tumbling out,” said Hayes, who was a film student at New York University at the time of the bombings and now works as a freelance film editor.
“There is no evidence that the pig was used as bait, and all parties who witnessed the incident felt it was an accident,” the evaluation said. “Although in the video the pig is seen bleeding, the dog’s act was merely a nip and did not tear or bite the skin off.”
“We loved her deeply and will miss her warmth, infectious joy and triumphant spirit,” her family said in a statement.
Huppert plays Isabelle Reed, a celebrated war photographer. Despite a career spent flirting with danger in far-off locales, her death has come in the most mundane of places: On a road near her home in suburban New York, in a car crash.
“I wish she didn’t need to suffer so much all the time, but you don’t hear her complain, always smiling and saying, ‘I’m fine.’ That’s my Mom Nelle,” Reagan says in one handwritten letter.
It’s the first in a series of spinoff films set in the “Star Wars” universe that will include a young Han Solo story.
When you see Michelle Darnell (Melissa McCarthy) parading onto an arena stage, rapping and dancing as a Suze Orman-esque, biz-philosophy-spewing titan, you won’t be surprised that such ostentation will crash and burn
“Demolition” is cluttered with a spitfire barrage of themes in its final act, but most of the film marks a big step in the right direction for the purveyor of awards-friendly flicks