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Deepwater Horizon Thrillingly Re-creates an Awful, Indefensible Event

Disaster pictures generally fall into the category of “guilty pleasures” because they appeal to morbid curiosity about other peoples’ misfortunes along with a love of spectacle and sensation. The mechanism works a little differently in Peter Berg’s Deepwater Horizon. Although we wait in expectation for the horrors to begin — ... More »
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