Mad as hell and not going to take it anymore

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mad as hell and not going to take it anymore

I want you to get up right now. Sit up. Go to your windows. Open them and stick your head out and yell - 'I'm as mad as hell and I'm not gonna take this anymore!'.

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Network is a film about a TV network that cynically exploits a mentally ill but enlightened ex-TV anchor's epiphany and subsequent revelations about the media for its own profit. Am I getting through to you, Mr. You get up on your little twenty-one inch screen and howl about America and democracy. There is no America. There is no democracy. Those are the nations of the world today.

That public figures can be influenced by movies is an old story. Richard M. Certified bad guys, too, take their cues from film. It is not surprising that Hollywood continues to cast its influence. Nowhere is this more vividly displayed than in the political campaigns of some Tea Party types, including their leading light in New York, the imploding Republican and Conservative candidate for governor, Carl P.

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Howard Beale is a fictional character from the film Network and one of the central characters therein. In Network , Beale, the anchorman for the UBS Evening News , struggles to accept the ramifications of the social ailments and depravity existing in the world. His producers exploit him for high ratings and avoid giving him the psychiatric assistance that some, especially news division president, Max Schumacher, think he needs. The image of Beale in a khaki raincoat with his wet hair plastered to his head, standing up during the middle of his newscast saying, "I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore! Beale's career as "The Mad Prophet of the Airwaves" is sparked by his half-joking offer, after receiving his two weeks' notice, to kill himself on nationwide TV.

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1 thoughts on “Mad as hell and not going to take it anymore

  1. However, you could not talk about unforgettable scenes and speeches in Cinema without mentioning the movie Network that still resonates today.

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