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artisanal film reviews | by maryann johanson

erotic fanfic goes mainstream, or tries to (and other adventures in social networking)

What my followers on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ saw today:
• “It takes for granted a principle that would startle much of The Hunger Games’ readership: there is nothing inherently masculine about aggression or feminine about passivity.” Or maybe readers (and now movie fans) embrace the story precisely because they already know this, and don’t see it reflected much in our pop culture… The Gender-Neutral Games

• Another reason to hate the world… Racist “Hunger Games” Fans Tweet Shock that Black Characters from Book Are Black in Film

• Erotic fanfic goes mainstream, or tries to. Will this be NC17, or watered down R? ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ movie rights sold to Universal, Focus Features

• Probably the best option at this point… Weinstein Co. to release `Bully’ without rating

• Fundie Christian filmmakers tell an abortion story that has nothing to do with the reality of abortion in America for the vast majority of women. (Also too: *Knocked Up* was an anti-abortion movie. So what the hell is this “Hollywood won’t tell abortion stories” nonsense?) ‘October Baby’ Tells A Story Hollywood Wouldn’t



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