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I don’t know whether or not you have noticed this news. When President Bush was defending his domestic spying program, a person from the audience gave him a difficult time about his ranching and movie experience. Bush had to take this question after his speech. A questioner asked him, “You’re a rancher. A lot of us here in Kansas are ranchers. I just wanted to get your opinion on Brokeback Mountain, and if you had seen it yet... You would love it. You should check it out”. Poor Bush said, “I hadn’t seen it. I would be glad to talk about ranching, but I haven’t seen the movie... I’ve heard about it... I hope you go.. you know.. heh, heh.. I hope you go back to the ranch and the farm is what I was going to say... I hadn’t seen it.” This is probably the first time President Bush could not enjoy talking about his ranching. His religion and values may have made him feel this movie, Brokeback Mountain, would be a potential danger. Some people think this movie is a milestone for gay rights and others may think this is a love story as the movie was marketed. However, for me, this is a movie showing the result when a story, director, players, music, and screenplay work together perfectly in order to make an audience think about life and hopefully help people to endure their lifes.

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As the number one seller in the top box office, this movie is a must-see for two kinds of audiences. For Harry Potter book fanatics who want to see how the book was replicated on the screen, the movie is like a portkey for them to enter the enchanted world. The movie did a good job with this.

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