"Dave Itzkoff's Mad as Hell
chronicles not only Chayefsky's arduous efforts to get Network made but also the influence its several messages have had.
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!" just isn't effective anymore.
I am mad as hell
and I am not going to put up with it any more!
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.
We're disappointed in Clint and mad as hell
On May 17, 1990, Senator Al D'Amato was mad as hell
and wasn't going to take it anymore.
According to The Nation, Gen Allen is "mad as hell
" about insider attacks in Afghanistan following a firefight between NATO troops and their Afghan allies that killed five people in the latest incident.
The only thesp to posthumously win the actor Oscar is given a long-overdue tribute in "Mad as Hell
: Peter Finch." Taking its title from the famous speech Finch delivered in "Network," in his final film perf, Aussie helmer Robert de Young's docu offers a straightforward, satisfying look at its subject's colorful and frequently troubled life.
If I was Bram Stoker's estate, I'd be mad as hell
- being dragged into this garbage.
Cable TV rates are increasing at four times the rate of inflation, and subscribers are mad as hell
. Local monopolies are gouging consumers, who need protection from evil video conglomerates.