Stoner High School Senior’s Life Completely Transformed After Being Convinced To Watch “JFK”

Mind Blown by JFK Movie

High school senior Bobby Leslie hasn’t shared all of his thoughts on the JFK assassination but we are pretty sure he is in support of the “grassy knoll” theory, if you catch my drift,

Corvallis, OR—Crescent Valley High School senior Bobby Leslie, 18, said he wasn’t really into watching Oliver Stone’s controversial film about the Kennedy assassination, “JFK,” when his classmate initially suggested they view it last month. But after watching the film, Leslie said his life has been changed forever, and he knows now it’s his mission in life to see the real conspirators brought to justice.

“I totally didn’t want to watch the movie at first, when my buddy Lee told me what he had brought over,” Leslie said. “But, I mean, Lee was the guy who made me watch “The Wizard of Oz” scene where that munchkin hung himself in the background, and then we watched it listening to Pink Floyd, too, so I had to cut Lee some slack that he knew what he was talking about with this movie. Plus, he brought some mushrooms, so that was cool.”

Leslie said before he watched the movie, he only had a vague idea of who John F. Kennedy was, and had never heard of the Warren Commission or Lee Harvey Oswald. But now he has a much greater appreciation for history thanks to Stone and “that ‘Uncle Buck’ dude.”
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Ben Affleck To Direct Film Based On “Miracle On The Hudson” Plane Incident

Miracle on the Hudson

Miracle on the Hudson is fully expected to garner another Oscar for Affleck.

Los Angeles—Representatives for director/actor/Oscar snub Ben Affleck have confirmed that he will soon begin work on a movie about the airplane that landed safely in the Hudson River in January 2009. Affleck will direct the film and have a hand in the screenwriting.

“Like his last blockbuster project, ‘Argo,’ this destined-to-be-a-hit will be based on the incident, rather than an exact retelling of the heroic story,” said an Affleck spokesman. “For instance, in the real story, Captain Sully Sullenberger safely downed the plane after Canadian geese flew into the plane’s path and stalled the engines. In the movie, those birds will be Iranian geese who had an ulterior motive and were trying to kill a high-ranking government official on the plane. Plus, the real event only took like six minutes. Obviously, nobody wants to see a six-minute movie, so this will take a little longer. Sully will have to deal with British and New Zealand air traffic controllers who refuse to let him land the wounded aircraft, so he has no other choice but to ditch in the Hudson River. It’s very gripping.”
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