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Local DC filmmaker Mike Million’s new film “Tenure” had it nationwide release on DVD on April 13. Tenure stars Luke Wilson, Gretchen Mol, Sasha Alexander and has a great performance by David Koechner.
The film has been getting a lot of great reviews. The Frat Pack says “‘Tenure’ Is Among This Year’s Best Films” And What Would Toto Watch calls Tenure “The little college comedy that could.”
Visit TenureMovie.com for more information.
Life in academia hasn’t turned out quite the way English professor Charlie Thurber (Luke Wilson) dreamed it would. He’s an inspiration to his students, but his notable lack of political skills has kept his career on a slow track.
Now it looks like Charlie finally has a shot at tenure—until a Yale PhD. (Gretchen Mol) joins the small private college’s teaching staff and threatens to eclipse him. His well-meaning best friend (David Koechner), an anthropology professor specializing in Sasquatch sightings, launches an utterly misguided stealth campaign to promote Charlie’s cause.
Meanwhile, Charlie’s sister is pressuring him to spend more time with their aging father, a former star professor who can’t hide his disappointment in Charlie’s stalled career. To complicate matters further, Charlie finds himself attracted to his new competitor.
A very funny and uplifting look at a man who reaches a crossroads in his life, and learns he must draw the map himself, TENURE stars Luke Wilson (OLD SCHOOL), Gretchen Mol (3:10 TO YUMA) and David Koechner (ANCHORMAN).
The Revere Strategy Group helped the Poker Players Alliance launch a new tool that makes it easy for poker players to contact their Members of Congress via Twitter.
TweetforPoker.com was launched last week as a tool for poker players. In a few simple steps poker players are taken to their Twitter accounts with a prepoluated Tweet to their Member of Congress.
“Twitter is still a relatively new technology, really gaining popularity in the last year,” Pappas said. “The PPA saw this as a great opportunity to be one of the first groups to use Twitter to get our message out to Congress.”
But are congressmen really using Twitter? Pappas said that currently about half of the representatives and senators are on Twitter. Although letters and e-mail to congressmen are almost always read by an assistant, many congressmen are using Twitter themselves, providing one of the few means to directly reach out to a member of Congress, Pappas said.
“If you look at who is using Twitter, you’ll see that it is voting-age adults who are driving the growth of the service,” Pappas said. “And that is why more and more members of Congress are starting to use Twitter.”