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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Rachel Weisz
A Brazilian director, an international cast and three made-in-Britain Hollywood stars _ the London Film Festival opened Wednesday with "360," a tale of intertwined romances on several continents.
"The Whistleblower" is a movie that labors to be taken seriously — and has too little to show for its efforts.
Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz, who play husband and wife in an upcoming film, have taken the roles to heart.