Oliver Stone

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Noun1.Oliver Stone - United States filmmaker (born in 1946)
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Furthermore, The Oliver Stone Encyclopedia compels us to revisit Stone's work--from Seizure (1974) to Savages (2012)--reminding us of why he remains one of the most vital American filmmakers of the last thirty years.
Oliver Stone said that the events in Kiev, which led to collapse of the Ukrainian government and imposition of a new one hostile towards Russia, were similar to those of CIA operations in other countries, which he called "America's soft power technique called 'Regime Change 10'," buzzfeed reported.
The Washington Times reported that a video was released in Japan on the Vietnam veteran Oliver Stone calling Obama a snake over NSA spy programs running in the country intervening the privacy of U.
Thompson did in his classic "The Kentucky Derby is Decadent and Depraved," Oliver Stone -- through the masterful screenplay of writer Don Winslow -- shows us that in judging the savages around us, we often become them ourselves.
SAVAGES director Oliver Stone ; cast members Taylor Kitsch, Blake Lively, Aaron Johnson, Benicio Del Toro and Salma Hayek
This text is a collection of transcribed talks between Tariq Ali and Oliver Stone in preparation for Stone's epic TV documentary project, The Untold History of the United States and his feature-length film on South American politics, South of the Border.
The Times of Shreveport newspaper said they were part of the crew on an Oliver Stone film, W, about US president GeorgeWBush.
Oliver Stone, a Vietnam veteran himself, does not go into any great detail about terrorism, however, this is his take not on the military but on courage and survival in times of peace.
Oliver Stone has come under fire from some reviewers for having taken a few liberties with the facts in the making of the movie.
HOLLYWOOD womaniser Colin Farrell took a knockout date on a night out with Val Kilmer and Oliver Stone.
While it is true that our national debt is massive and largely the result of long-term structural problems in fiscal policy, to blame it "mostly" on war profiteering is a conspiracy theory that even Oliver Stone wouldn't touch.
Far from the tidy narratives of Oliver Stone in his film JFK or James Ellroy in his American Tabloid, the "narrative" constituted by these paintings was shot through by doubt, fragmented by the sequencing of the canvases and rendered illegible and almost abstract by webs of pixels and dots a la Sigmar Polke: historical painting, then, not as truth but as question.