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What Did 'It's Halftime In America' Mean In Cinematic Terms?
J. Hoberman explains the Clint Eastwood (oh, and Chrysler) Super Bowl commercial: "'It's Halftime in America' was a most effective bit of political theater -- maybe the best of its kind since Ronald Reagan's 1984 'Morning in America.'" The New York Review of Books 02/11/12
Posted February 12, 2012 09:16 AM




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