Still, someone needs to be curating all these movies, finding the ones that are worth seeing and promoting them to movie lovers.
Stuff I found on the Net today (and one from yesterday).
Stuff I found on the Net today.
Stuff my followers on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ saw today…
Should we worry? How will movie culture be changed when all that’s left are shopping-mall multiplexes? How will movie culture be different when almost everyone watches movies exclusively at home… and are we already there?
Kirsten Dunst says “kind of like an accessible Brazil.” Brazil isn’t accessible? *facepalm*
Hollywood doesn’t make feminist movies because Hollywood is not feminist. It’s surprising that anyone should find this surprising.
If Terrence Malick can instruct projectionists on how to project Tree of Life, why couldn’t someone do the same for Kung Fu Panda 2?
I do think that any film critic who lies about his or her reaction to a movie needs to find different work. But there would seem to be no reason why a member of the moviegoing public wouldn’t lie about liking a film…
Sometimes a WTF moment is so jaw-droppingly WTFish that you have to stop, back up a step or two, cock your head like a mystified puppy getting its first look at the most awesomely balliest ball ever — like you can’t believe how perfectly inexplicable the excellence of its roundness and the fineness of its … more…