22 July

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YMS (Adum) 17/10/2018 09:30
Quickies for First Man, 22 July, Can You Ever Forgive Me?, and Wildlife are uploaded. Just waiting for YouTube to monetize them. Will likely be published in the next 24 hours.
"This is happening in a time where far-right extremism is on the rise in Europe and elsewhere. Even if he was a lone wolf, they often come from a herd and there are many people out there who share the...
Andrew Neil 17/10/2018 02:37
Just watched my friend Paul Greengrass’s “22 July” on Netflix, his film about the evil Nazi bastard who murdered 77 innocent Norwegians, mostly teenagers, in 2011. It is searing, authentic, humbling, hard to view without tears. Watch to remember — learn and never forget.
Filmmaker Paul Greengrass, when he isn’t making “Bourne” movies, has put together an oeuvre of films based on true stories that examine incidents of modern terrorism — and how victims respond. Five ye...
Sweet Voice 14/10/2018 09:00
#TheBoyz brand rankings reputation 2018 February - #32 March - #27 April - #25 May - #7 June - #22 July - #17 August - #16 September - #7#32 October - #7
Director Paul Greengrass has made another good film, but I still struggle to recommend it. The question I can’t get out of my head after watching 22 July is “why?” Why does this movie exist? What purp...
KANDY   🍭   🍬 14/10/2018 04:00
*Must Watch* this movie violent as fuck! Name of it is: 22 July Yes it’s on Netflix
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The protagonists of writer-director Paul Greengrass' ambitious, somber and significant "22 July" constantly ask each other how they're feeling and "I'm fine" is the inevitable answer. But it's never t...
Netflix Film 13/10/2018 04:00
22 July is now on Netflix. In this film, Academy Award nominee Paul Greengrass brings you a story about hope, resilience, and the real people who fought against a hate that would have preferred to see them silenced.
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22 July Movie Review Mon, 15 Oct 2018 00:10:00 GMT
There is no crime worse than murder. Within that category, the most grotesque is the deliberate murder of children, as shown in the Sandy Hook, Connecticut tragedy when an armed psychopath actually so...
C A M M Y 12/10/2018 11:01
22 July the hardest movie on Netflix rite now
LEAH JACKSON 11/10/2018 06:53
22 July on nextflix is probably the most saddest movies I’ve ever watched, omg never cried that much
Shalom   🌟 11/10/2018 05:07
Everyone needs to watch: 22 July on Netflix. Its about an actual schizophrenic who blew up a gov’t building and then drove to a private island where kids were having summer camp and spend almost an hour hunting and picking off 69 of them.
Eirik Knutsvik 11/10/2018 11:52
I had the pleasure of working on Paul Greengrass' latest film, #22July. Though I didn't work directly with him, I'm honoured have my name in the same credits as him, his cast & crew. The film was very emotional, and close to heart - especially to us Norwegians. @netflix #ADR #VO
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I had the pleasure of working on Paul Greengrass' latest film, #22July. Though I didn't work directly with him, I'm honoured have my name in the same credits as him, his cast & crew. The film was very emotional, and close to heart - especially to us Norwegians. @netflix #ADR #VO<br>http://pic.twitter.com/zUB4fFUCuL
Save the tatas 11/10/2018 03:42
I’m watching 22 July on Netflix and I can’t believe the guy is actually alive. Like they only gave him 21 years and just look at. Like can you imagine
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I’m watching 22 July on Netflix and I can’t believe the guy is actually alive. Like they only gave him 21 years and just look at. Like can you imagine <br>http://pic.twitter.com/E1F2j91S7S
Ash McCarthy 10/10/2018 11:01
I recommend watching ‘22 July’ on Netflix. I feel insanely stupid for not knowing anything about it until now.
Jake Stewart 10/10/2018 10:52
Halfway through watching ‘22 July’ on Netflix and I’m a wreck. Can’t believe it’s a true story and I can’t believe I’d never heard of this terrorist attack.
Halloweenya 10/10/2018 09:30
[email protected] could you please remove 22. July from Norwegian people's Netflix frontpage? We really don't need this in our faces. Thanks.
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.@Netflix could you please remove 22. July from Norwegian people's Netflix frontpage? We really don't need this in our faces. Thanks. <br>http://pic.twitter.com/dPFSZLeDFm
Christina. 10/10/2018 09:06
Yawl need to watch 22 July on Netflix. This shit shows how the Caucasians can shoot shit up and get away with it based off of them being “crazy.”
bianca 10/10/2018 08:50
to everyone who has netflix: i urge u to watch 22 July. u won't regret it
Deity   🇳🇬 10/10/2018 07:50
Watching 22 July on Netflix and Anders Breivik is a complete lunatic. He spent time planning killing children from his country because he didn’t want immigrants in his country. 69 innocent children.
Anouk 10/10/2018 06:14
I'm watching #22July and it's making me sick to my stomach just trying to wrap my head around why someone would even think of killing children.
Max C. 10/10/2018 05:08
22 July’s mainstream tendencies to resonate with current politics are understandable and it feels most effective in a cinema, but I can’t help but feel there’s a smarter, stronger, less canny and more respectful film about this tragedy written in Norwegian out there somewhere...
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22 July’s mainstream tendencies to resonate with current politics are understandable and it feels most effective in a cinema, but I can’t help but feel there’s a smarter, stronger, less canny and more respectful film about this tragedy written in Norwegian out there somewhere... <br>http://pic.twitter.com/UMd9I9G7bL
Hollywood Reporter 10/10/2018 05:02
From the director of Captain Phillips and the Bourne Ultimatum comes the true story of a day that changed a nation. 22 July is on Netflix and in select theaters. #ad
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Shin   🏳️‍🌈 10/10/2018 03:14
So... the #22july Netflix movie is out... I'm not sure if I can handle it. I opened netflix to watch something nice and the first thing I see on the front page is that. It still hurts to this day. I'm so thankful my family didn't let me go to that camp.
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