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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Will Forte
Two nominees for the best picture Oscar, “Gravity” and “Nebraska,” are on DVD and Blu-ray this week.
Toy movies occupy a spot on the respectability meter somewhere between talking dog films and "Showgirls."
The black-and-white of Alexander Payne's masterful film "Nebraska" seems to depict a forgotten, bygone version of the Upper Midwest, with endless prairies, open skies and dying towns. The absence of color adds a touch of dignity to a story of a man who is clinging to one last, foolish hope to reclaim his honor as a man and as a father.
The 12th annual Tribeca Film Festival will feature everything from Will Forte's dramatic film debut to a tale of arctic cowboys herding reindeer.
Will Forte is leaving "Saturday Night Live" after eight seasons.
"Each week is not always super fun," said Forte. "From every step of the way, (that week) was just a joy. There was this energy about her that was so wonderful."