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(Globe and Mail)   The errors in Argo. You mean the sword fight at the airport was Hollywood "dramatic license"?   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Argo, Canadian Capers, Hollywood, Canadians, international travel, Seth MacFarlane, travel documents, Mehr News Agency  
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2013-02-27 12:43:23 AM  

Valiente: mysticcat: Oh Canada!
Ben Affleck made you mad
True patriots say, "That Argo movie's bad!"
With angry hearts your bile does rise
The True North is grumpy
The rest of us
Say, "Canada, It's just a dang movie."
We're thankful for your help in '80
But Canada, it's just a dang movie
But Canada, it's just a dang movie

Next Canadian comedy: George Washington, Gay Retard.
Watch George pull out his wooden teeth for hot, count to potato action!

It's just a movie!

Dude, we did Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Slayer. If you're going for presidential exploitation that will offend us, you're gonna have to try a lot harder than that.

Now, apologize for Nickelback and Celine Dion. NOW!
2013-02-27 01:40:14 AM  

gshepnyc: Not every movie based on or inspired by true people and events is a documentary. Jesus. They weren't "errors." They were fictional elements.

Yeh but then you find people who actually think it was a documentary and you can't get through to them.
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