Still no word from the BBC on U.K. airdates…
Why PBS kowtowed to megarich megabastard David Koch, and the Alex Gibney takedown that pissed him off…
…is a rerun of my What Film Critics Do meme thingy.
Hey, Mitt said he likes Big Bird. Obviously the President-to-be is angling to put Big Bird in an important job in his White House! Secretary of State? Ambassador to Narnia? And what will the first Avian-American to hold such a position do in the job?
The U.K. is getting a shorter theatrical version of the 192-minute PBS doc. I guess the idea is that Brits can only take so much Woody Allen?
Does his emotional coldness and daunting intellect have something to say to us that strikes a particular chord right now? Or is Holmes a perennial favorite that storytellers will be returning to and updating far into the future?
Just a reminder to come back here after Sunday night and catch up with my blogging, which begins with “A Scandal in Belgravia”…
Is it the Internet making it easier for existing fans to share their passion, and hence grow the fandom? Or is there something inherent in the new Doctor Who that is suddenly appealing to more Americans?
New Year’s Day, BBC One. Not till — ahem — May in the U.S.
Roger Ebert says At the Movies must end unless financial backing can be found. How much should we worry that its end means the end of intelligent criticism on TV?