Romulo Lopez Cordero

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Comments on Economics, Technology and Current affairs, because Freedom matters.

Michael Moore exposed

This new film Celsius 41.11 promises to debunk and expose Michael Moore lies. Produced by Citizens United the film’s trailer gives a glimpse of a more realistic view of whatever has happened in the last four years. Hopefully the producers will allow this movie to be downloadable as Michael Moore did for his movie as I mentioned on a previous post. In the meantime watch the trailers here. You can also watch it free on a theather near you if enough people sign up here.

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Another good reason to watch downloaded versions of Farenheit 911

It turns out that watching a downloaded version of Moore’s Farenheit 911 can result in him loosing the chance of getting an Oscar for best doccumentary as reported by Wired Magazine. It would be really funny if this happens given his total rejection of IPR laws.
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Michael Moore contradictions

I this interview featured in BoingBoing Michael Moore says that he does not believe in Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), just to contradict himself seconds later to say that he is willing to let others share “his” work if they don’t profit from it. If he says that there are no Intellectual Property Rights why would he care if a guy with a computer, hight speed internet access and a DVD burner starts selling his movie to guys who do not have high speed connection? So he does or does not believe on IPR? You be the judge.
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Life is Beautiful

libToday I rented Roberto Benigni’s Life is beautiful. After seeing it, it couldn’t think anything else than how could I have missed it. The movie is breathtaking and although is considered a comic movie the topic it deals with could not be more serious and tragic. I felt so emotional, sad and desperate after seeing Life is Beautiful.
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OSAMA

Seems like a good movie to see. Welcome Eneas to the blogging world.

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