Know what gang? I’m knackered. I’m finishing out the roughest part of my year professionally and it looks like I have at least a few weeks of heavy workload still to come before I see daylight.
I guess it stands to reason that it’s a great time to hand the mic over to my friends.
Take a look through these great things that people are discussing at their own various soapboxes. While you’re doing that, I’ll decide if there’s anything in theatres this week that I think is worth my time and money. It’s not looking good.
For your listening and reading fulfilment, I give you…
The podcast that I most wish would find themselves a rhythm – Best Movie Ever – has dropped episode seven where they discuss all things prequel related. Give them a listen and boost their ratings, won’t you?
Impassioned Cinema turned two this week! Drop by their site and wish them well.
Dor Dotson is at Sundance (lucky bitch). You would think that in a moviegoing elysium such as Sundance that one would be free from the annoyance that is cell phone usage in a movie theatre. Apparently, you would think wrong.
James Blake Ewing is feeling like he needs to thin out the herd where his dvd collection is concerned.
Over at Reel Insight, Jess has begun her annual 30 days of Oscar series with A GENTLEMEN’S AGREEMENT. Take a look at what she took from the best picture winner and check back often over the next month.
Corey Atad wrote a mirror piece to my question about truth and fact in documentaries for Movie Mezzanine. Like the coming of a comet, or the solar eclipse, I’m sure the fact that he and I agree is a harbinger of something unfortunate.
Several times over the last three months, I found myself wondering what Stevee Taylor would think of THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER. Now I know.
The Tweet of The Week comes from Limette who brings up something that should be common sense, but isn’t. Take it to heart people!
I absolutely can't take bloggers who never answer comments.