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Plot Details Revealed For Quentin Tarantino’s 1960s “Not Charles Manson” Movie
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It all came crumbling down for American ideals in 1969. As hippies were preaching “flower power” and genuine notions of compassion and human empathy, Charles Manson came into the picture to crush dreams and pervert the message of peace with his own nightmare vision of America. Claiming to be one of these free thinking hipsters, Manson had a different agenda; he was an agent of the dark side of cultural change. The Manson murders, along with the Altamont Speedway incident, most notably featured in the Rolling Stones documentary “Gimme Shelter,” essentially ended the flower movement and brought the country back to reality.
- Jordan Ruimy
‘A Wrinkle In Time’ Trailer: Ava DuVernay Serves Up A Cosmic Adventure
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History, in Hollywood, can be a slow-moving beast. For instance, it was just this year that Patty Jenkins smashed box office records for a film directed by a woman with “Wonder Woman” when the film crossed the $700 million mark, an exciting feat but one sullied by the fact that it took a decade for two films directed by women to even make $600 million (in that time over 25 movies directed by men crossed the $1 billion mark).
- Gary Garrison