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Glamour rising unemployment seems to be the new theme in Hollywood the great gaps they've just one of several recent movies this guilty of that so sad as it.
Kelly -- Glorifying.
Unemployment or at least not walking let's start with a great -- tell me how about glorifies.
Well of course we know that Gatsby is a central figure -- that and he sort of has a job he's boot later.
But -- -- he has a hard working nine to five guy -- and a Wall Street.
But -- -- everyone hates his job because he's working on Wall Street and you know in this movie they've actually changed and put them into -- and -- area.
Apparently he's been driven crazy.
By his time with Gatsby and on Wall Street it's even worse than the book.
I think that's a bit of a stretch actually but nonetheless -- let me move on -- -- this is faulty.
And -- tell me I've not seen it you tell me how it glamorizes unemployment.
It's actually a great movie but -- -- -- ride is he's barely working he has a record label barely working.
You know isn't doing so poorly in his laziness that he ends up having to take another mortgage on the house doesn't tell -- wife -- the gorgeous Leslie Mann.
Of course -- the -- all is forgiven you know guys like that always get the girl in movies I mean.
Think about it you know the movie he used it would mean the American dream you know people abroad would watch American movies.
Think about the American dream which was to work hard get ahead now if you watch a lot of movies these days it seems like the American dream is to have a comfortable couch.
A high quality television and higher quality we know -- he's been good luck.
All right -- man three.
Again I'm not seen it tell me has -- glorify unemployment.
Actually I think is a little surprising a lot of people might not realize is little subtle but.
And tonight I hope I'm not giving away spoiling I think most people what CNET a report going to see it have -- it.
I -- you know after.
You know everyone almost die is.
You know it Gwyneth Paltrow -- iron man's girlfriend wants him to quit working for awhile and spend more time with her and he finally agrees to that now.
There's no she doesn't appreciate the fact that all of his hard work.
-- -- years of neglecting her is what created all of those high powered.
Devices that actually save their lives.
Again there's just no sense of them that you up work in Hollywood you know sense of the value of it you on an intense critic.
Although the world -- -- Barack Obama.
Do you think maybe you'll reading your politics.
A little bit too much into what you see Hollywood.
Think so it's it's interesting because Hollywood is kind of -- confusing place their their hypocrisy going on there I mean.
These are the people who ask Barack Obama to raise their taxes -- -- is raise taxes on rich people.
But lobbied successfully.
To continue getting a a tax break for Hollywood that they can and movie -- last chicken bacon right -- -- -- fifteen million.
Expenses for a movie they're making in America.
Little hypocrisy there I think -- and sounds -- a little confused movies are -- made by driven ambitious people but.
-- days when you look at the movies it's the bad guys who weren't driven ambitious.
I'm you won me over I agreed it.
-- -- -- That's the thing about that -- don't worry we'll get to that I realized I -- just waited until I get to -- -- -- and I agree with a 1000% -- -- -- brought -- Paul -- I think he's the king.
Of the member working rolls every time you vote in a movie his -- it doesn't work he gets the beautiful woman he had somehow ends up with a visit to the ports and but you're right the hypocrisy is absolutely amazing -- exactly -- -- an -- -- toward the end yet conceded the big sales of 1984 George -- was book about that is one of the -- 126.
Sent us a presumptive -- -- ridiculously.
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