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William Holden in Picnic

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Imgur Les Miz synopsis with emoticons. 
Salon "welcome to the new civil war" On Lincoln, Django Unchained and modern political divides
MNPP 10 little reviews. It's the only way to keep up this time of year. The Perks of Being a Wallflower really does grow on you. I liked it so much better a month after watching it!
The Envelope on the continuing difficulties inherent in the Best Foreign Language Film category: so much French language, preferenced true stories, never any Asian films.
Timothy Brayton plans to review every English language feature-length adaptation of Les Misérables. Bon chance, Tim! 
Boston Globe Ty Burr's top ten with many of the usual suspects but a nice honorable mention shout out to Leslye Headland's Bachelorette 

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I'm so happy Perks has been getting love this season for its Screenplay. It's such an endearing movie, and it's still sitting in my top five for the year.

January 6, 2013 | Unregistered Commentereurocheese

Ty Burr is the first critic I've seen give their top spot to Beasts, which I find pretty interesting. It seems like the kind of film that people would be passionate about, but it hasn't really been cited as often or as high as I would have expected considering its pretty rapturous critical response. Is it that the movie has faded in memory since its spring release? Is it that it didn't age well in the minds of critics? Is it hesitation to advocate for something from a first time director?

January 7, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterTB

Oh and totally agreed on Perks. Improves on rewatch too.

January 7, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterTB

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