June 25, 2007

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Asra Nomani says her criticism of “A Mighty Heart” expresses “the voices of so many of Danny’s friends who have been tortured over the last month or so, during the release of this movie.” The former WSJ reporter says in a chat that “it’s not that the movie stirs up our pain in losing our friend. It’s that so many of us feel that Danny was sacrificed at the altar of commercial enterprise. As one friend said: ‘It felt as if he had been killed again.'” || Only $4 Million: “A Mighty Heart” tanks at the box office.

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