Fri, 05 Oct 2012 8:18a.m.
Prime Minister John Key is in Hollywood in a bid to lift the profile of New Zealand as a filming and production location.
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6/10/2012 1:36:35 p.m.
Obama the President of America needs all the employments for his people but stealing it away from their rights of the unemmployments agency act is definately not healthy..
New Zealand are the same when Key offered the outsiders jobs before considering the unemployments people of New Zealand and Rommey can't talk by taking his bussiness outside America to avoid paying taxes for the American or to create jobs for the American unemployments people, no' he did'nt give a hood..
Key visit to America Filming Industries is all a scam but a waste of our tax payers money..
5/10/2012 10:47:38 p.m.
Was David Lange assassinated? wrote:
John Key should stop taking political advice from Central Casting. The US lost a lot of popularity with Ronald Reagan. Even after electing Schwarzenegger they're still up to their eyes in cold war fall-out.
5/10/2012 10:33:52 p.m.
Scripts from heaven wrote:
Not me Cato. How's this one though: Fly-Strip Man. A b-grade action flick chronicling the adventures of an ex-British-colony prime minister who fantasises about becoming a super-hero. He gets embroiled in a secret service scandal that goes globally viral after a local communications monitoring unit fesses up to accidentally spying on a wealthy German internet mogul. US agencies step in to bail him out by designing a special suit that sticks to things, but instead of climbing up the walls of buildings in it the prime minister finds he just seems to attract more dirt. Co-starring Denzel Washington (as Obama) with appearances from Lisa Bonet (Condoleezza Rice), Clint Eastwood (a CIA spook) and Joaquin Phoenix (Ira Rothken).
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