In Mad as Hell
, Itzkoff tells the story, lovingly and in depth, of the creation of a brilliant and important movie that would almost certainly never be made today.
But in case you're not, like me, as mad as hell
, here's a little reminder of why you should be.
It shouldn't be hard; as the turnout at the various rallies and walkouts indicates, the immigrants, both those legal and not, are mad as hell
Cable TV rates are increasing at four times the rate of inflation, and subscribers are mad as hell
It's easy for Dowd to draw Tsongas as Howard Beal, "the mad prophet of the airwaves" in Network --"I'm mad as hell
and I'm not going to take it anymore
In 1976, the late Peter Finch, as anchorman Howard Beale, won an Academy Award for his performance in 'Network' in which he made his famous 'I'm as mad as hell
and I'm not going to take it any more' speech," Hawatmeh said.
I'm mad as hell
,'' said Ron Maizland, who has lived in the neighborhood for 43 years.
At United Communications Group, we also used a format of "I Just Got Back from the XYZ Conference and I'm Mad as Hell
This isn't exactly breaking network news, and standing up and shouting, "I'm mad as hell
, and I'm not going to take it anymore
Heavily armed and mad as hell
, he plotted his own payback to kill as many FBI and ATF agents as possible in retaliation for their gross misuse of power.
By the mid '80s gays and lesbians on both sides of the Atlantic had plenty to react to, from the conservatism of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher to AIDS, In that milieu many British rockers--like gay Jimmy Somerville of Bronski Beat and Dead or Alive's bisexual Pete Burns--announced they were mad as hell
and queer as hell, and they took that fierceness all the way to the charts.
Wylder's Aggressive Network Self-Defense: I'm Mad As Hell
, And I'm Not Gonna Take It Anymore
These are the days when Natalie Merchant is mad as hell
, and she's not going to take it anymore.
They rationalized that O'Neal's violent outburst will send a message to the rest of the league that it's dealing with 340 pounds of ``I'm mad as hell
and not going to take it anymore.
I'm mad as hell
and I'm not going to take it anymore,'' a teary-eyed Clark said repeatedly during a news conference at the Beverly Hills Hotel.