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 …
I imagine just about everyone reading this article watched the 85th Academy Awards last night. As with every year, the show ran too long, the jokes a bit too irreverent, and yes, too many undeserved winners (Ang Lee, really?). Here’s a full roundup of the wild night – winners, commentary, merriment, and more.
Downright hilarious piece over at Film.com entitled AMC’s 24-Hour Best Picture Marathon: A Survivor’s Diary.
The unrated version of William Friedkin’s Killer Joe was released a couple of weeks ago. Check out the this detailed review.
Swedish blogger Jessica pens an engaging piece on a recurring motif in cinema throughout 2012: aging.
I’m shocked. Just shocked that Atlas Shrugged: Part 2: The Strike is awful.
Despite Eugene Novikov being continuously wrong when it comes to movies, his writing and blog is worth actively reading.
The 2012/13 Oscar awards may be over, but these creative and original posters of the nominated films are timeless.
It’s always nice discovering new nifty websites. This week it’s a Toronto-based publication, Dork Shelf.
For a moment now I’d like everybody to calm down, breathe in/breathe out, and simply appreciate Emily Blunt.
Lastly, check out EW’s interview with the vivacious and rebellious Lena Dunham.