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FCW Insider: Movie bracket update...the sweet 16


Yes, I'm backed up with blog items...FOSE...several Web 2.0 sessions... just too much. But let's update the government movie brackets, which we started a few weeks ago.

We have the sweet 16. Voting for the first four movies starts now and can be found at www.fcw.com/polls.

The sweet 16 are:

* The American President vs. Air Force One

* Mr. Smith Goes to Washington vs. Enemy of the State

* War Games vs. The Good Shepherd

* JFK vs. In the Line of Fire

* The Jack Ryan movies vs. The Hunt for Red October

* Silence of the Lambs vs. Wag the Dog

* Manchurian Candidate vs. All the President's Men

* Black Hawk Down vs. The Fugitive

Again, voting on the first four competitions is ongoing now at www.fcw.com/polls.

We will keep the voting going until Wednesday, April 16 at about 3p.m. At that time, we'll get the second batch in the second part of the week. And the final four the week of April 14.

FCW's art team is updating the chart, but here it is in the meantime.

And vote at www.fcw.com/polls.

 


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Posted by Christopher J. Dorobek on Apr 04, 2008 at 12:17 PM


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