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For your reading enjoyment …
With today marking the halfway point in the year, sir David Ehrlich of Film.com examines the past six months in cinema.
Over at The Atlantic Jason Bailey wonders whether movies can ever be solved.
Insightful review at Slant Magazine of one of the funniest shows on television: Portlandia.
Here’s a sleek and informative new site to frequent: French Toast Sunday.
Everyone has been talking about Museum Hours. According to John Oursler and the In Review staff, it’s a bonafide winner.
Our very own Michal Oleszcyk reviews Pedro Almodovar’s latest film I’m So Excited at RogerEbert.com.
The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences invited 276 new members to its organization.
Huzzah! I’ve finally found someone else who enjoyed Lee Daniels’ The Paperboy. Andrew Buckle’s review.
Courtney Small tackles one of his vital blindspots: Alfred Hitchcock’s Notorious.
On the whole gay marriage thing … a classic and timely Snide remarks column.