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Why Watch Snowden When You Can Hear Its Plot Sung by Former Genesis Frontman Peter Gabriel?

Last weekend, Oliver Stone’s hump-filled reenactment of the life of NSA leaker Edward Snowden opened in theaters across the country. You might not know it, though, as audiences overwhelmingly opted to watch Tom Hanks plow through some geese instead. Read more...
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