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The Cinema Penitentiary Diaries
When I saw “Foxcatcher,” I was unaware that it was being marketed as a true crime story. Before it was half over, however, I guessed that something extreme was going to happen. Otherwise, this apparently aimless tale of a billionaire’s sponsorship of an Olympic wrestler would never have secured funding. Even though I had a pretty good idea of what sort of crime would bring the movie to its startling conclusion, the twist caught me off-guard.
John du Pont (Steve Carell) is a withered mama’s boy who pays amateur wrestlers to live on his estate and work out in his gym if they accept him as coach, mentor, and father figure. He latches onto champion wrestler Dave Schultz (Channing Tatum), using him to give his gym the legitimacy needed to lure some of the nation’s top athletes into joining his cult. Tensions rise between Schultz and du Pont, which are…
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Cindy, I am happy that you enjoyed my review. As a token of my appreciation, I would like to offer you a free copy of my ebook, Cinema penitentiary. You can get it at this site: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/472295 The code for the free offer is AS76A, and will expire on sunday, Jan 18th. You can delete this comment when you are through with the information it contains.
Why thanks! I will do so and will be happy to review it for you, as well. 🙂
Cindy, you are too kind!
I think I waited too long. Sorry, Bill. The code isn’t working.
here is a new one: UB53X