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Huge Demand for Ledger's Films


Society & Culture  (tags: heath ledger, movies, popular, amazon, death )

Ali
- 4074 days ago - news.com.au
HEATH Ledger's death has spiked sales and interest in the late actor's films.



   

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Blue Bunting (855)
Friday January 25, 2008, 6:46 pm
Very classy, Best Buy. Very classy!
 

Eco M (197)
Friday January 25, 2008, 8:15 pm
Fox Radio talk show host , John Gibson, ridicules the role of actor Heath Ledger in Brokeback Mountain. Gibson illustrates how even in death the accepted and tolerated discrimination of gays and lesbians continue in our society.

Obviously, however, it was Heath Ledger's stellar performance which disturbed Gibson for the film portrayed a relationship of love between two adult men. Love transcends all including sexual orientation, and for people like Gibson that is frightening and unacceptable.

Although I am saddened by Gibson lack of sensitivity for the loss of Heath Ledger's family, I am indeed pleased that the media is pressing the issue and giving voice to Gibson's shameful actions. Gibson's cruel remarks echo those of the Westboro Baptist Church and Ann Coulter whose agenda is one of hatred and intolerance.

If Fox News decides to not address Gibson's actions and commentary, Fox News will have the honor and privilege to stand proudly among the scum of our society.

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Elle J (276)
Saturday January 26, 2008, 2:31 pm
Noted with sadness. I first saw Heath Ledger in "Patriot" as the eldest son of Mel Gibson. He gave a stellar performance. The outrage I feel really can't be measured in the words I write concerning the comments from John Gibson. I have no tolerance for homophobics. I think the people like Ann Coulter and the Westboro Baptist church group are far from Christians. Not only are they protesting Ledger's funeral but they also protest at the funeral of our fallen soldiers. I am not a violent person but I would have no trouble walking up and punching them right in their hypocritical face. My sympathy goes out to his family which includes his daughter and her mother. Gee, where have we heard "Judge not lest ye be judged"?
 
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