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Breach and a basket

Tuesday Couch Potatoes: Breach
A tag follows

Films based on true stories get my attention. This one does. TCP theme this week is Spies and Espionage. Breach is about Robert Hanssen, an FBI veteran described as "America's most damaging spy." I call Breach a film about a spy who got spied on. Check the trailer:


Tag: Hershey's Better Basket Blog Hop
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Thom of Thom's Place 4 Well Whatever tagged me with Hershey's Better Basket Blog Hop. Here's what to do:

* Copy and paste these rules to your blog post.
* Create a blog post giving a virtual Easter Basket to another blogger – you can give as many Virtual Baskets as you want.
* Link back to person who gave you an Easter Basket.
* Let each person you are giving a Virtual Easter Basket know you have given them a Basket.
* Leave your link at comment section. You can also find the official rules of this Better Basket Blog Hop, and more information about Better Basket with Hershey’s there.

* Hershey’s is donating $10 per each blog participating to the Better Basket Blog Hop to Children’s Miracle Network (up to total of $5,000 by blog posts written by April 4th, 2010).
* Please note that only one blog post by each blog url will count towards the donation.

I am tagging:
Kikamz of Just About Anything and Chris of Chris Chronicles


Chris said…
i havent seen this movie... is this nice to watch?

thanks for the tag.. will do it soon :)
jo.frougal said…
I haven't heard of this film. It sounds interesting. THanks for sharing.
Please click here for mine.
kamz said…
i still haven't seen this film mommy hazel.. the spy who got spied on? hmmm... looks very interesting. thanks for sharing the trailer. and thanks for the tag. will post this today.

thanks for joining us this week dear. next week's theme is Behind Bars. hope to see you again. till then, take care and happy tcp!
Anonymous said…
No purple? I'm amazed!!! I like the theme. Movie trailer was good and thanks for doing the Hershey's Better Basket Blog Hop. Good cause :)
Rossel said…
a spy who got spied on? sounds intriguing and interesting. i will download this one. hope i can find this in torrents.

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Hazel said…
Chris, good question. I ahven't seen this yet either :D

jo. frougal, i think so too

kikamz, you're welcome. being spied on when you're the one supposed to be spying is indeed interesting =)

Thom, I added a calendar widget yesterday and all the 'innocent' widgets disappeared. I tried this layout and the widgets are back lol... This was my first blogger widget anyway, and I like this too. Very much :D

Rossel, me too. But if I can find a DVD of this film later when I go shoppping, I will buy it
kimmyschemy06 said…
hmm.. sounds interesting!

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