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“I think what a lot of action movies lose these days, especially the ones that deal with fantasy, is you stop caring at some point because you’ve lost human scale,” Ford said. “With the CGI, suddenly there’s a thousand enemies instead of six – the army goes off into the horizon. You don’t need that. The audience loses its relationship with the threat on the screen. That’s something that’s consistently happening and it makes these movies like video games and that’s a soulless enterprise. It’s all kinetics without emotion. I don’t have time for that.”
The poll also found nearly two-thirds of Americans back Obama’s decision to keep not to release photos of bin Laden’s corpse. Fifty-two percent of Americans surveyed said they strongly back the president’s choice to keep the photos under wraps. Another 12 percent of those surveyed said they agreed, but not strongly, for a total of 64 percent.
While President Obama defeated each potential Republican contender, Mr. Paul, who announced the formation of his presidential exploratory committee late last month, came closest to defeating the Democratic president. Mr. Paul, the favored candidate of the tea party movement, trails the president by only seven points (52 to 45 percent) in a hypothetical general election showdown.