Every Monday With A Little Help From Our Friends dedicates time highlighting the best pieces of writing on film and television published around the Internet.
For your reading enjoyment …
Right now I’m listening to the LAMBcast, in which Joel Burman and company announce this year’s LAMMY nominees.
Scott Harris poses an interesting question: Have sport movies become the only way for Hollywood to tell stories about race? Read here for more.
For those interested in engaging and introspective writing, check out Jessica’s wonderful The Velvet Cafe.
Sir Andy Buckle continues to partake in the Blind-Spot series. This month he watched and reviewed Wes Craven’s Nightmare on Elm Street.
This week the Re-Watcherpiece Theater discusses Kevin Costner’s endearing baseball film, For the Love of the Game.
Much to my surprise, Eric D. Snider did not fall head over heels for Malcolm D. Lee’s magnum-opus, Scary Movie 5.
In the coming weeks Ryan McNeil will be covering the annual Hot Docs film festival for Movie Mezzanine. To get a taste of his writing, check out his blog entitled The Matinee.
This week the good folks over at Op-Kino resurrect Clue and remember Roger Ebert.
It’s always fascinating to read dissenting opinions. Richard Roeper reviews and discusses his connection with Disconnect.