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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Gareth Edwards
Godzilla is coming.
Preparations for the Ryder Cup were intense and inspirational. There was laughter and a few tears. One thing players from both sides agreed on was the importance of rallying behind the flag.
Tull introduced the film's director, Gareth Edwards, who said he almost cried at the audience's enthusiastic response.
He said, "There's nothing sci-fi about this movie. It's all very realistic, down to Earth."