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Yes No Maybe So - Beauty & The Beast

"Nice teaser but it going to be hard for Disney to top one of their true masterpieces of animation" - Jaragon

 "I don't have high hopes for the principals either, but the real draw is the supporting cast. I'm a NO on McGregor's accent and a YES on McKellen, so put me down as a MAYBE SO." -BD

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House at the End of the Link

Untapped New York "My Day as a Paparazzo" how New Yorkers react to celebrity sightings and how it changes when the paparazzi are involved.
Roger Ebert
remembers Diary of a Lost Girl one of my very favorite silents starring Louise Brooks.
wonders what The Avengers might have looked like had it been made in the 1980s. Michael Biehn for Steve Rogers and Cary Elwes for Tony Stark? I could deal.
Stranger Than Most names the laziest tagline ever. Oh Safe House. Try harder!

In Contention Julian Fellowes to right Cameron's wrong on Titanic. Oh dear. Fellowes has let Downton Abbey go to his head. Aint nothing wrong with Titanic (1997) that isn't so wrong it's right.
Deja View remembers an animated bit from Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
Awards Daily new images from Woody Allen's To Rome With Love. How many title-changes has this one gone through now? 
Animation Mag here's a fun one for Los Angeles based readers. There will be special one-off screenings of Snow White and The Seven Dwarves (1938) and  20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954) at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre next month.
Rope of Silicon first image of Jennifer Lawrence in House at the End of the Street. Elisabeth Shue co-stars (yay!) 
Vulture Star Market Jennifer Lawrence 

And speaking of... yeah yeah we'll talk about Hunger Games soon. My review will be up Sunday at some point. Stay tuned.


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If you’re familiar with feminism — whether you’re for it or against it — you’ve almost certainly heard feminist rants about cultural ideals of femininity. You’ve heard how standards of femininity are so narrow and rigid that they’re literally unattainable.

OMG you guys....I just saw the full trailer for Snow White and the Hunstman............it looks FANTASTIC, even if only for Charlize. Everything she did was perfection omg omg omg I want to see it right now just for Charlize omg she was so giving me life

March 24, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterPhilip

^ Adding on... I really hope Charlize can get some Supporting Actress love this year for it.

March 24, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterPhilip

I can't wait to read your review of The Hunger Games, Nathaniel. I really liked it. As a movie it was great, but as the first installment of new young adult franchise it was amazing. It was on a whole new level when comparing to the first Twilight movie, or even Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.

March 24, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJohn

Sorry for the typos! *a new young adult franchise

March 24, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJohn
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