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  • adjective Alternative spelling of brokeback in the homosexual sense.

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  • Woe to the idiots dumb enough to utter the phrase Brokeback Mountain.

    No Mercy

  • Woe to the idiots dumb enough to utter the phrase Brokeback Mountain.

    No Mercy

  • The day Jake Gyllenhaal was cast in "Brokeback," the chatter around the industry was not about what a wise choice he'd made.

    11/13/2005

  • Gyllenhaal earned his acting credentials with memorable turns in Brokeback Mountain and Zodiac, though controversy overwhelmed the one film as much as public confusion undermined the other, blunting his arrival in either case.

    Preview: Brothers « Screaming Blue Reviews

  • How did his Harvey move you, compared to Ledger and Gyllenhall's performances in Brokeback Mountain?

    Oscar night ennui

  • While the human element in Brokeback Mountain was and still is polarizing/controversial - it's also clear that the environment in which the story is set is in fact the one key element that sets this story apart.

    Brokeback Tree Stand

  • I mean, I never saw him in Brokeback Mountain, but I own all his other movies I know of.

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - Heath Ledger found dead in New York

  • The Australian-born actor was an Oscar nominee for his role in "Brokeback Mountain" and has numerous other screen credits.

    HEATH LEDGER IS DEAD – UPDATE

  • The guy really broke free in Brokeback Mountain and I'm Not There, and his turn in Dark Knight just showed you how versatile and immensely gifted the young actor was.

    FHM's Interview with Heath Ledger on Playing The Joker « FirstShowing.net

  • I think obviously his death solidifies the nomination, and more than likely, given that he gave an amazing performance in Brokeback Mountain a few years ago, well, it all adds up as an almost sure thing.

    For Your Consideration: Heath Ledger for Best Supporting Actor | /Film

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