Yesterday, I published this piece. The piece related to the American obsession with cinematic projects as a form of reality. We are literally seeing more and more evidence of a nation so consumed with celebrity and cinematic entertainment, we now have a bloviating and blustering manhattan carnival barker actually garnering the attention and political support from millions. A carnival barker who comes up in any fact-checking authority as a "False" teller who also secures more than an acceptable number of "Pants on Fires" or "Pinocchios." Yet, he leads all GOP presidential prospects by double-digit polling numbers.
Yes, the entertainer is sitting atop an iceberg of Americana so consumed with cinematic exhibits some movie producer/director are developing projects based on false reports and debunked lies. Needless to say, the Consulate attacks on the US Consulate in Benghazi Libya was irresistible sustenance for on movie producer who obviously hope to influence the 2016 General elections. Thirteen Hours didn't experience significant tickets sales over its opening weekend.
by Josh Feldman | 3:03 pm, January 18th, 2016
NBC News has also developed an published a piece related to Michael Bay's project. The piece is a must read.
If the Bay project doesn't succeed in drawing more ticket sales, Fox News will be forced to devoted much more airtime to the movie. Let's then see how tickets sales proceed.