It’s interesting to see that Mel Gibson, no less, is in the blood and violence TV streamer The Continental which had an earlier incarnation with Keanu Reeves calling the bloody shots as the assassin John Wicks. There have been times in Gibson’s long brilliant boggling career when the actor we still with whatever degree of moral trepidation claim as Australian defies everyone’s best efforts at tolerance: homophobia, anti-semitism, the variety of Catholicism that says the Pope is a heretic and St Peter’s chair is empty and then the break up of his marriage for all his traditional pieties.
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