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Django Unchained has provoked a myriad of discussions pertaining to race and language in Quentin Tarantino’s films. Odie Henderson and Steven Boone contribute to the conversation in a piece deserving of a Pulitzer.
Here’s Eric D. Snider’s exhaustive media inventory. All of his writing is worth reading.
While many have given an adamant thumbs down to Judd Apatow’s latest film, This Is 40, brilliant writer Katie Calutti pens a positive review.
I know many of you are probably not seeking out Michael Haneke’s latest foray into love and death, but perhaps Dana Steven’s review of Amour will change your mind.
Next Wednesday I’m boarding a plane and heading to Park City for the Sundance Film Festival. One of the film’s I’m actively looking forward to is Sarah Polley’s Stories We Tell. Toronto writer Ryan McNeil publishes his early review.
Cities have the abilities to define films, especially the great ones. Las Vegas has had its fair share of memorable movies. Alex Withrow runs through them.
John LaRue details his 18-year-old relationship with Quentin Tarantino. A fan and a filmmaker, so it goes.
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