Don’t get sarcastic with me, son. We burned this tight-arsed city to the...– Malcolm Tucker, In the Loop. Honestly, this bit barely even registered with me till the third viewing. Whenever I want to not feel depressed, I just go here.
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Journo writes an article riddled with errors. Journo is called out on it by people who know what they’re talking about it. Journo reasons that this incident is proof that journos should write articles on subjects with which they are unfamiliar because people who do know what they’re talking about are “elitist.” Because this is still the fucking Bush II era, apparently.
Agnès Varda needs to tumblr
I think she would really excel at it. Though I would also settle for her tweeting.
Interview with Patton Oswalt →
Not as epic as Scott Tobias’ amazing interview with him for the A.V. Club, but still. Nice, cool guy. Obviously.
Six Stand-Up Comics Starring in Dramas →
Plus! Reviews of Big Fan, Taking Woodstock and Captain Abu Raed. Patton Oswalt interview coming Friday.
Six Films in Which Nazis Get Killed Real Good →
Also! Reviews of the Ozploitation doc Not Quite Hollywood and Unmistaken Child, plus brief words on a Jeff Lieberman double feature.
Ponyo (on the Cliff by the Sea) reviewed →
Plus! A Six Pack on movies advertised virally and reviews of Lorna’s Silence and Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg.
My contribution to the John Hughes pile. →
Six Films Inspired by Items on the Internets →
Also! My miserable diss of Paper Heart, plus reviews of The Cove and Jerichow. Moreover, I wrote the Repertory section - previously my bag - for the first time since May ‘08.
Interview with Lynn Shelton, Director of Humpday →
Forgot to post this when it first appeared Friday, but I think considering its rather pitiful weekend take after expanding a bit (46?!), the very excellent Humpday needs all the attention it can get. You fucking people.