TRENTON —State Sen. Paul Sarlo said today that Gov. Chris Christie drove quality television shows out of the state and attracted "repulsive" shows like "Jersey Shore" when he blocked a Democratic proposal to expand the film tax credit program earlier this year. "Governor Christie's veto of the tax credit legislation I sponsored is what drove worthwhile shows
like ‘Law and Order’ out of New Jersey and into the waiting arms of other states that would gladly take their business.," said Sarlo (D-Bergen)."So it should come as no shock that when quality TV programming leaves, repulsive shows like 'Jersey Shore' will be there to grab taxpayer's money. -source ... Look everyone loves Snooki, she is a killer brunette.
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Lee Scratch Perry is my Duke Ellington. The film is so Scorcese --American Hustle, that is; with just great zoom effects. I mean putting together a movie with Jimmy Carter, and Bank fees makes today seem like the eros of the 1920's. It is the champagne of story telling, the narrative has this quaint surreal off beat tempo. You have more fun coming off of the plateau than as you did watching the peak of the action. It's a rare peep show for tom-boys.
Beautiful black and white undertones. The color is also so rich and inviting. christian Bale is a unique actor, I have never seen the good, the bad, and the ugly so beautifully portrayed, sort of the McBeth of our time. The sound-track is most excellent.