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Gibson and Foster are a dynamic duo. Can't wait to see them back on the big screen together again. ;-)
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The magnitude of antipathy generated toward Mel Gibson via Hollywood and the tabloid media is both unwarranted and absurd. Anyone with the least bit of common sense must realize that Gibson has been vilified to a degree that is both excessive and unprecedented in tinseltown circles. At some point, the circus of sensationalism and "politics of personal destruction" surronding Mel will hopefully no longer be center stage.
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Hollywood is entirely hypocritical in its condemnation of Mel Gibson. Can't wait to see "The Beaver."
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Oksana already deployed every piece of ammunition possible to score a financial package but extortion doesn't pay. Didn't she see "Ransom"?
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Did anyone ever consider the possibility that Jame Mee was passed over for other positions because he is profoundly incompetent? Imagine that...
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When Mel Gibson is acquitted from the domestic abuse charges, he should emerge from the courthouse & yell "FREEDOM!" just like in Braveheart.
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Why is it that some of the most talented and creative people around don't blink twice about working with a Roman Polanski or a Mike Tyson?
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Oksana already deployed every piece of ammunition possible to score a financial package but extortion doesn't pay. Didn't she see "Ransom"?
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If you plug the keyword "gold digger" into the Google search box, Oksana Grigorieva's name is a top ten result. Poetic justice?
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Sorry but Oksana Grigorieva is certainly no poster child for domestic abuse. The fact that she has taken such a serious issue and exploited and trivialized it to her own material advantage is truly shameful. Seems as if Oksana will stop at nothing in her effort to manipulate the media and blackmail Mel Gibson in the process.
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Oksana Backlash???
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If you plug the keyword "gold digger" into the Google search box, Oksana Grigorieva's name is a top ten result. Poetic justice?
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Oksana has brought out every piece of ammunition imaginable to score a financial package but extortion doesn't pay. Didn't she see "Ransom"?
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Oksana has brought out every piece of ammunition imaginable to score a financial package but extortion doesn't pay. Didn't she see "Ransom"?
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As bad as things look now for Gibson, in time his misdeeds will fade into the rich tapestry of misbehavior woven by the pantheon of American celebrities. Personally, I look forward to his next film...
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When your career has reached the heights that Gibson’s has, there’s no depths so low from which he can’t bounce back.
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Unlike Leonardo DiCaprio who proved he was a pusillanimous poltroon by backing out of Mel's upcoming Viking epic, Jodie Foster is a true friend who does not easily succumb to phony sensationalism, mock outrage and media condemnation. Glad to see someone besides Whoopie Goldberg finally stepping up to the plate for Mel.
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Oksana and her sinister sister, Natalie, are laughing all the way to the bank. The mainstream media has swallowed Oksana's elaborate scam hook, line and sinker. Since when did sleazy tabloids like Radar Online start dictating the news cycle and become authoritative voices worthy of our collective adulation?
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It’s the public that will ultimately determine Mel Gibson’s prospects. Not a vile gossip rag like Radar Online. The tabloid media feeding frenzy and lack of fact checking surrounding this whole fiasco is risible.
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Appears more and more that Gibson got railroaded by the mainstream media on this one. Since when did Radar Online become a valid and authorative source of information anyway? More importantly, why did CBS, ABC etc. stoop to playing tapes that were secretly recorded and obtained in a shady fashion? Everything is so salacious and sensational these days that it is hard to believe anybody that reports the news.
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When it comes to Mel Gibson, it seems that the bad stuff about him instantly rises to the top of the media heap and the good stuff gets conveniently buried. There was never any media mention of Gibson donating large sums to help build houses for the poor in Mexico's Veracruz state during the filming of "Apocalypto" (Mel has shown his philanthropic side to Mexico in the past, donating $1 million to the victims of hurricane Stan as well).
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When it comes to Mel Gibson, it seems that the bad stuff about him instantly rises to the top of the media heap and the good stuff gets conveniently buried. There was never any media mention of Gibson donating large sums to help build houses for the poor in Mexico's Veracruz state during the filming of "Apocalypto" (Mel has shown his philanthropic side to Mexico in the past, donating $1 million to the victims of hurricane Stan as well).
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This open letter to Ari Emmanuel bears rereading. Ari was the fellow who spitefully called on Hollywood to shun Mel Gibson: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/harry-shearer/a-dear-ari-letter_b_26512.html
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There's a lot of pent up anger out there in Hollywood that finally found a pretext (Mel Gibson) to allow its release. What else could explain the disproportionate amount of insipid questions that continue to be spewed his way despite his contrition? Smells like the politics of personal destruction to me...
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