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  • The Best Line in the 'Avengers 2' Trailer
  • Breaking Down the Walkoff, Series-Ending Home Runs of Baseball's Postseason
  • John Oliver Has Dogs Reenact U.S. Supreme Court Arguments
  • Google Reviews ... the U.S. Supreme Court?
  • Movie Review: Kill the Messenger (2014)
  • Quote of the Day
  • The Second-Best Scene of David Ayer's 'Fury' is One of the Best Scenes of the Year
  • No Reasoning with Conservative SCOTUS
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: Edge of Tomorrow (2014)
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  • Neil Patrick Harris to Host 2015 Oscars
  • Lancelot Links
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: Gone Girl (2014)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Weekend Box Office: ‘Gone Girl’ Returns at No. 1
  • Movie Review: The Drop (2014)
  • Lancelot Links
  • Movie Review: Godzilla (2014)
  • The National League is Boring the Pants Off Me
  • New Answer to an Old Riddle
  • The Meticulous Fall of the 2008 Philadelphia Phillies
  • Tom Hardy is the New Marlon Brando
  • Box Office: 'Gone Girl' is No. 1 with a Bullet; 'Left Behind' is Left Behind
  • Talking Back at the Screen: The Equalizer
  • Lancelot Links
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: Tusk (2014)
  • Quotes of the Day: Posnanski on KC Royals Victory
  • The 2014 Postseason: My Rooting Interests
  • Movie Review: Dolphin Tale 2 (2014)
  • Churchillian Comeback
  • Movie Review: The Skeleton Twins (2014)
  • SLIDESHOW: The Last Seattle Mariners Game of 2014
  • Weekend Box Office: Denzel Rocks, Liam Drops
  • Lancelot Links
  • What's the Highest-Grossing Denzel Washington Movie of All Time?
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: The Equalizer (2014)
  • Movie Review: Whitey: United States of America v. James J. Bulger (2014)
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  • Box Office: a Tidy Little Oddity of 2014
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  • Movie Review: Sagrada: el misteri de la creació (2012)
  • OK, Better Quote of the Day
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  • Lancelot Links
  • Photo of the Day: Mount Townsend, Sunday
  • McAdvice to McWorkers Making McPay
  • Movie Review: Dom Hemingway (2014)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears (2013)
  • The AL Wild Card: Does Anyone Want to Win This Thing?
  • Quote of the Day
  • Women in Cinema: SIFF Trailer
  • Just How Bad are the 2014 Yankees?
  • Movie Review: Love Is Strange (2014)
  • Quote of the Day
  • #2hole
  • Hey Kids, Help Mariners Manager Lloyd McClendon! What's YOUR 2014 Mariners Lineup Look Like?
  • Movie Review: When the Game Stands Tall (2014)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Box Office: It's Idris; 'Guardians' Passes $300 Million; and Breitbart Predictions Continue to Be Wrong
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  • Movie Review: Red State (2011)
  • Washington State Supreme Court Cites Washington State Legislature for Contempt
  • 28 Pages
  • Screenshot of the Day
  • Lancelot Links
  • A Blah Baseball Year Everywhere, Roger? Or Just in New York?
  • New York Jeters Honor Jeter at Jeter Stadium
  • Movie Review: Dolphin Tale (2011)
  • How Ronald Reagan Helped Integrate Baseball, or the Birth of Truthiness
  • Box Office: Faith-Based Elvis Parable, 'The Identical,' Checks Into Heartbreak Hotel
  • Quote of the Day
  • Rick Perlstein at Seattle Town Hall
  • Lancelot Links
  • Quote of the Day
  • SLIDESHOW: The Late, Great, 2014 Minnesota State Fair
  • A Personal Journey Through Martin Scorsese's Movies with Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert
  • Box Office: How 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Became the No. 1 Movie of the Year
  • Quote of the Day
  • Ronald Reagan's Message to George Clooney, Matt Damon, Et al.
  • Movie Review: The Immigrant (2013)
  • Lancelot Links
  • Quote of the Day
  • Siskel, Ebert, and Top 10 Woodys
  • Annette Lake, August 2014
  • Hollywood B.O.: 'Guardians' Returns to No. 1; 'Sin City' Suffers for Its Many Sins
  • The Real Howard Beale
  • Movie Review: Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014)
  • Movie Review: Divergent (2014)
  • August 2014: MLB Division Leaders are Long-Time World Series Absentees
  • 'A Parody of a Parody of a Simple-Dick Noir Cartoon'
  • Did Siskel and Ebert Agree More the Longer They Worked Together?
  • Lancelot Links
  • EuroTrip 2014: Where is The Third Man Museum?
  • Other Disasters Nixon Caused: 'Rambo: First Blood Part II'
  • Movie Audiences Return ‘Giver,’ Find ‘Expendables' Expendable
  • Movie Review: Unforgiven (2013)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Too Big to Care How It Looks
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)
  • Lauren Bacall: 1924-2014
  • Lancelot Links
  • 'Fly, Be Free'
  • Movie Review: Get On Up (2014)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Weekend Box Office: ‘Boyhood’ Pulls in Another $2 Million; Doofuses Waste $65 Million on ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’
  • David Simon Uses the NY Yankees to Prove There is No God
  • With Sylvia Kristel as Cordelia
  • Frank Rich on Rick Perlstein on Ronald Reagan
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: Life Itself (2014)
  • Lancelot Links
  • How Gender was Added to the 1964 Civil Rights Act
  • Movie Review: Non-Stop (2014)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Did Jeffrey Toobin Let Ted Cruz Lie About Prop 8?
  • Quote of the Day
  • Gun Control Symbol Dies
  • Movie Review: Snowpiercer (2014)
  • Photo of the Day: Mount Dickerman Summit
  • 'Boyhood' Grosses Another $2.5 Million in Only 311 Venues; Oh, and 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Sets August Box Office Record
  • Lancelot Links
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: Headin' Home (1920)
  • Eurotrip 2014: Stephansdom, Ringstrasse, Naturhistorisches, Gasthaus
  • 'I believe you've been waiting for this photo all your life'
  • Second 'Birdman" Trailer
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: The Ball Player and the Bandit (1912)
  • Rick Perlstein on the Rise of Reagan
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: Ida (2014)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Lancelot Links
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: Lucy (2014)
  • Newest Superhero, Lucy, Clobbers Oldest, Hercules, at Weekend Box Office
  • The Greatest Baseball Story Ever Told is a Roger Angell Story
  • Wonder Woman: All the World's Waiting For You
  • John Lennon on the 'Happy Days' Set
  • Lancelot Links
  • Quote of the Day
  • Is Batman 75 Years Old ... or 2,000?
  • Movie Review: His Last Game (1909)
  • Movie Review: The Lunchbox (2013)
  • The Last Dismal Years of Babe Ruth's Career Weren't So Dismal
  • Lancelot Links
  • Movie Review: God's Pocket (2014)
  • Actually, Wallace Matthews, That is Exactly What I Want
  • Boies on Colbert
  • Eurotrip 2014: Dekuju, Praha; Tag, Wien
  • Weekend Box Office: Hollywood Releases Crap Movies, America Doesn't Go See Them
  • Lancelot Links
  • Miss Me Yet? Part VII
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: A Somewhat Gentle Man (2010)
  • Lancelot Links
  • Quote of the Day
  • Why Pete Rose is a Jerk
  • Eurotrip 2014: Terezin
  • Just Retire Already
  • Other Parting MLB Gifts for Derek Jeter
  • Hit Me With Your Best Shot: Batman: The Movie (1966)
  • ‘Apes’ Blow It Up Big but Summer Box Office Damned and Dirty
  • Song of the Day: By Strauss
  • Movie Review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Lancelot Links
  • Quote of the Day
  • EuroTrip 2014: A Day of Ripoffs
  • Mt. Rainier, Sunday
  • Movie Review: Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014)
  • Hollywood B.O.: Worst July 4th Weekend Since 1999
  • Stefan Zweig's Laments About His Time Speak to Ours
  • Quote of the Day
  • The Return of Lancelot Links
  • Movie Review: 22 Jump Street (2014)
  • EuroTrip 2014: Overwhelmed in Prague
  • More Homers than Strikeouts: How Rare?
  • EuroTrip 2014: Getting There
  • Are $100 Million Opening Weekends Approaching the Age of Extinction?
  • Dreaming of the NY Yankees at the Pension Neuer Markt in Vienna
  • Breaking Away for a Bit
  • Movie Review: X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)
  • Tony Gwynn (1960-2014)
  • Weekend Box Office: ’22 Jump Street’ Takes Giant Leap, ‘Stars’ Fall
  • Movie Review: They Came Together (2014)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Miss Me Yet? Part VI
  • Trailer: Michael Keaton in 'Birdman'
  • Quote of the Day
  • The Only Time I'd Choose the New York Yankees
  • Cantor, Now Castrato
  • Movie Review: Boyhood (2014)
  • Quote of the Day
  • SIFF 2014: Goodbye, Farewell and Amen (And See You Next Year)
  • John Wayne By Your Bed
  • Movie Review: Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter (2014)
  • All Men Want to Be John Wayne But John Wayne Wanted to Be Fred Astaire
  • More Box Office: MacFarlane’s Loss is Breitbart’s Loss
  • Girl, Girl, Boy: ‘Fault in Our Stars,’ ‘Maleficent,’ Top Tom Cruise at Weekend Box Office
  • Miss Me Yet? Part V
  • Art as Incomplete Communication
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared (2014)
  • A Message from John Wayne to Bill O'Reilly
  • Prince Hisashi
  • Movie Review: Once Upon a Time in Shanghai (2014)
  • Why America Will Lose the War
  • Respectfully, Justice Scalia, It's the Troposphere
  • Movie Review: The Trip to Italy (2014)
  • 'Doctor, Always Do the Right Thing': Confidence Abroad in Obama
  • Movie Review: Kraftidioten (In Order of Disappearance) (2014)
  • Weekend Box Office: 'Maleficent' Magnificent; 'A Million Ways to Die' Finds a Million and First
  • More Breitbart Lies
  • How Wrong is Joe Posnanski About Superman Movies?
  • Miss Me Yet? Part IV
  • Where Ann Hornaday is Right About Elliot Rodger and Hollywood
  • The Soft Bigotry of Low Expectations for Right-Wing Pundits
  • A.O. Scott Doesn't Like Adam Sandler
  • Movie Review: I Origins (2014)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: Ekstra (The Bit Player) (2013)
  • Ward Bond: Friend of McCarthy, Traitor to Orson Welles
  • Movie Review: Leninland (2013)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Weekend Box Office: Welcome Back, Bryan Singer; Go Away, Adam Sandler
  • Movie Review: Klumpfisken (The Sunfish) (2014)
  • Miss Me Yet? Part III
  • Quote of the Day
  • The Best Thing I've Seen So Far at SIFF
  • Movie Review: Muse of Fire (2013)
  • 9 Thoughts a Week into SIFF 2014
  • Trailer: Life Itself (2014), a Documentary on Roger Ebert
  • A Born Liar, Now Convicted
  • Ward Bond: Oaf, Loudmouth, Anti-Semite
  • Movie Review: Dior and I (2014)
  • Movie Review: Jimi: All Is By My Side (2014)
  • Weekend Box Office: Oh No, You Say You’ve Got to Go, Go See ‘Godzilla’
  • Movie Review: Chinese Puzzle (2013)
  • SIFF's Opening Night: Freudian Slips, the Resurrection of the Egyptian, and Sloppy Seconds on the Red Carpet
  • Quote of the Day
  • How Do You Solve a Problem Like SIFF?
  • Quote of the Day
  • Wait'll They Get a Load of Me: Ben Affleck as Batman
  • Movie Review: Fading Gigolo (2014)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Weekend Box Office: 'Neighbors' Shocks
  • Shorter Sorkin: Michael Lewis Focuses on Problem I Never Bothered to Write About
  • Movie Review: Jodorowsky's Dune (2014)
  • The Worst Op-Ed?
  • Quote of the Day
  • Song of the Day: 'Runaway' by The National
  • The Issue that Should Be at the Center of Every Political Debate
  • Song of the Day: Bloodbuzz Ohio
  • Ol' Man Jeter
  • Ranking the 5 Spider-Man Movies
  • Weekend Box Office: How Amazing was the Opening for 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2'?
  • Movie Review: Spider-Man 2 (2004)
  • Movie Review: The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)
  • Spider-Man is Here: Obey
  • That 'Frozen'/'Wicked' Connection: Is Idina Menzel the Voice of a Generation?
  • What Disney's 'Frozen' Has In Common with the Most Popular Movies of All Time — Part II
  • Trailer of the Day: Gone Girl
  • Weekend Box Office: ‘The Other Woman’ is On Top, But Does It Have Legs?
  • What's Your Favorite Conspiracy Theory from the Militia Members at the Bundy Ranch?
  • A Quote that Has Nothing to Do with 'The Other Woman'
  • Movie Review: The Other Woman (2014)
  • What Disney's 'Frozen' Has In Common with the Most Popular Movies of All Time
  • Should Wayne LaPierre Clean Up After Mass Shootings? An Excerpt from Stephen King's 'Guns'
  • Because Stone Cold Said So
  • Your Red Sox/Yankees Quote/Quiz of the Day
  • Movie Review: Under the Skin (2014)
  • 'Yankees Suck': A Message from Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man
  • Weekend Box Office: 'Captain America' Threepeats; Christian Movies Play Smallball
  • The Only Goldman Sachs Employee Arrested by the FBI in the Aftermath of the Global Financial Meltdown
  • Quote of the Day
  • God's Not Dead? Goody
  • Movie Review: Finding Vivian Maier (2014)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: The Unknown Known (2014)
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  • Box Office: Captain America's Legs are So-So, But He Still Wins Weekend
  • Hank Aaron: Modern GOP = KKK
  • Trailer: Finding Vivian Maier (2013)
  • Why Breitbart’s Big Hollywood is Wrong About Almost Everything
  • What Would You Put on Captain America's To-Do List?
  • Movie Review: God's Not Dead (2014)
  • Song for the U.S. Supreme Court
  • Reader Comment of the Day: Who Put the Conservatism in Christianity?
  • 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' Sets April Box Office Record
  • Flash Boys: Which of the Wall Street Banks Rushed to Engage in Shitty Practices?
  • Movie Review: Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)
  • Current Yankees Batting Leaders
  • Movie Review: Captain America (1990)
  • Photo of the Day: Ortiz and Obama
  • From the 'Unmade Movies' File: Ronald Reagan, Commie
  • SLIDESHOW: It's Opening Day 2014! And Here are Your Active Career Leaders
  • Hollywood B.O.: 'Noah,' Not Considered a Christian Movie by Box Office Mojo or Christian Groups, Grosses $44 Million
  • Movie Review: Noah (2014)
  • Captain America (1979): The Slideshow Review
  • A Certain Something
  • TV Movie Review: Captain America (1979)
  • Captain America (1944): The Slideshow Review
  • Add Another Quote and Make It a Gallon
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: Captain America (1944)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Carson Karin Gets No Respect
  • Sophia Loren: The Wrong Kind of Sexy
  • Captain America's Message to Fox News
  • Movie Review: Sin City (2005)
  • North Carolina: Now with Less Tar, More Heels
  • Movie Review: 300: Rise of an Empire (2014)
  • Movie Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Junk Mail for the Elderly
  • Mr. Peabody Strongarms ‘300,’ Blows Past ‘Need for Speed’
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: 300 (2007)
  • Dueling Robert Duvall Headlines: Daily Beast vs. Breitbart
  • Word of the Day: Agnotology
  • Movie Review: Mr. Peabody & Sherman (2014)
  • Consider Yourself ... Well-Reviewed!
  • Secrets to Their Success: Tactical Self-Delusion
  • The Dumbest Thing Said at CPAC?
  • Breitbart's 2014 Box Office Predictions Obvious, Lack Context
  • Trailer of the Day: The Last of the Unjust
  • Help Me Copy Curmudgeon, You Are My Only Hope
  • When Modern Celebrity Began
  • In Talking Oscars, Breitbart's Big Hollywood Makes Fox News Seem Fair and Balanced
  • Yankees Suck Reason #38: Keeping Vic Power in the Minors
  • Nikki Finke on What We'll Be Watching in Five Years
  • SLIDESHOW: My Oscar Picks
  • For Red Carpet Watchers: That's a Bowling Alley Behind Angelina Jolie
  • Quote of the Day
  • Breitbart Site Says ‘Liberal Hollywood Movies’ (I.e., Men w/Guns) Do Poorly at Box Office
  • Quote of the Day: Posnanski on Ken Griffey Jr.
  • Movie Review: Enough Said (2013)
  • Gabriel Sherman: 'Paranoia is Essential to Understanding Roger Ailes'
  • A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
  • Roger Ailes' Just Desserts
  • Rupert Murdoch on the Downside of Watergate
  • Movie Review: Final Cut: Hölgyeim és uraim (2012)
  • Quote of the Day: Harold Ramis
  • Harold Ramis: 1944-2014
  • Movie Review: Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (2014)
  • Hollywood B.O.: Rare, Early Threepeat for 'Lego Movie' and 'Ride Along'
  • 'Henny Penny, When the Sky Fell' is Tamarian for ... ?
  • Revisiting the 2011 and 2012 Best Picture IMDb Rankings
  • IMDb's Highest-Rated Best Picture Nominee is Rotten Tomatoes' Lowest: Any Guesses?
  • 'Live from D.C., It's ... '
  • Movie Review: The Past (2013)
  • Fantastic Four Reboot: The World's Youngest Superheroes
  • To Like and Be Liked in Return
  • You're Not Reading This
  • Song of the Day: 'Plain Speak' by Joe Henry
  • Movie Review: No End in Sight (2007)
  • Why the Presidency Keeps Flip-Flopping Between Parties
  • Derek Jeter's Hits Parade: Where Will He Wind Up in the Record Book?
  • BAFTAs Spread Wealth Between '12 Years,' 'Gravity' and 'American Hustle'
  • Times Snodgrasses Fregosi Obit
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: Robocop (2014)
  • Seagal of Choice No Longer Steven
  • Movie Review: Kick-Ass 2 (2013)
  • Little Don Segretti is Alive and Well and Working at Fox News
  • 5 Responses to Fox News' Critique of 'The Lego Movie'
  • Movie Review: The Lego Movie (2014)
  • Quote of the Day
  • SLIDESHOW: Patricia and Erik's New York Adventure
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: The Monuments Men (2014)
  • Quote of the Day
  • 'The Beatles Invade, Complete with Long Hair and Screaming Fans'
  • Movie Review: Lone Survivor (2013)
  • Movie Review: Red 2 (2013)
  • Quote of the Day
  • What's It Like to Live in a Championship City?
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman (1967-2014)
  • Movie Review: Frozen (2013)
  • Quote of the Day for January 31st
  • Quote of the Day
  • NYC
  • The State of the Union ... Contains 'A Deep Seated Dislike for Most Things America Stands For'
  • Alfonso Cuaron Wins DGA for 'Gravity'
  • Quote of the Day
  • PGAs Split, SAG Goes 'Hustle'
  • SLIDESHOW: Tea Shirts
  • A Pre-Game Anecdote
  • Quote of the Day
  • My Top 10 Movies of 2013
  • Quote of the Day
  • And the 2013 Oscar Nominees Are ...
  • Movie Review: The Act of Killing (2013)
  • My Top 10 Movie Lines of 2013
  • Roger Ailes and a Soundtrack of Barnyard Animals, Bleating
  • Movie Review: Don Jon (2013)
  • The 7 Millionth Man
  • Movie Review: Inequality for All (2013)
  • Quote of the Day
  • My Greg Maddux Story
  • Am I the Only One Who Flashed on ‘The Ten Commandments’ During Martin Scorsese’s ‘Wolf of Wall Street’?
  • Breen on the Dam [Sic] Jews
  • DGA Noms: Cuarón, Greengrass, McQueen, Russell and Scorsese; Coens Left Out Like Cat in Cold
  • Movie Review: her (2013)
  • Photo of the Day: Hulk Squish!
  • Scorsese on 'Wolf of Wall Street'
  • The 11 Worst Movies of 2013 Representing the Five Worst Trends in Moviemaking
  • National Society of Film Critics Loves 'Llewyn," Ignores 'Wolf'
  • Indicting the Audience: Hollywood, the Dream Factory, Tries to Wake Us Up in 'Wolf of Wall Street,' 'Her' and ... 'Anchorman 2'?
  • Movie Review: Anchorman 2 (2013)
  • Movie Review: The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)
  • Mariners Winning World Series Less Likely than Aliens Landing: Seattle Times Readers
  • Movie Review: Upstream Color (2013)
  • Yankees Suck at English, Too
  • Tweet of the Year
  • Movie Review: Blackfish (2013)
  • The 10 Most Outstanding People in the World, According to Students at Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism in 1927
  • When Hot Dogs > Steroids
  • It's Not Too Late to Give the Gift of Bryson
  • Saddest T-Shirt Ever
  • Cutters
  • Joey Poz on the Rime of the Ancient Yankees
  • The Saddest Song Ever?
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: Saving Mr. Banks (2013)
  • Movie Review: La Grande Bellezza (The Great Beauty) (2013)
  • Movie Review: Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)
  • Movie Review: Spring Breakers (2013)
  • Quote of the Day
  • The First Rule of Seattle Traffic
  • The Seventh Rule of Seattle Traffic
  • Movie Review: Nebraska (2013)
  • Steve Coll on Raising the Minimum Wage
  • 7 Thoughts on A.O. Scott's Top 10 Movies of 2013
  • Photo of the Day
  • Movie Review: American Hustle (2013)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: Philomena (2013)
  • Quote of the Day
  • LA Films Critics Includes Three Ties Among Its Year-End Awards
  • Joe Henry at the Triple Door
  • The Best Tweet on the Robinson Cano Signing
  • The Upside of the Cano Deal for Yankee Haters Such as Myself
  • Start Spreading the News: My Reaction to the Reaction to the Cano Signing
  • Just Say No to Cano: An Imaginary Conversation with a Seattle Mariners Fan
  • What's a Nice Jewish Girl Like You Doing with a Magic Lasso? Gal Gadot Cast as Wonder Woman
  • Thoughts on 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' Trailer
  • Major Burn on Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK)
  • Dibs on the Heist Movie
  • National Board of Review Falls in Love with 'Her'
  • Movie Review: Before Midnight (2013)
  • New York Film Critics Circle Picks the Best of 2013
  • Chuck Armstrong Retires, Lauded for Never Winning Pennant
  • Be Like Obama: Give Books for Christmas
  • Movie Review: Oldboy (2013)
  • The Worst Movie Review of the Year, Part II
  • The Worst Movie Review of the Year
  • Seven Questions Jon Stewart Should Have Asked Jennifer Lawrence Last Week on 'The Daily Show'
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: Populaire (2012)
  • Modern Ballplayer Reactions to Joe DiMaggio's 56-Game Hitting Streak
  • Movie Review: The Internship (2013)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013)
  • Box Office: 'Catching Fire' Does, Oscar Films Could Use a Light
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  • Is This Plagiarism? REVEALED
  • Quote of the Day
  • 'From Dallas, Texas, the Flash Apparently Official ...'
  • Technology Killed the Video Store: Remembering Minneapolis' Last Blockbuster
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: Dallas Buyers Club (2013)
  • Quote of the Day
  • A Few Thoughts on Yankee Dominance and Failure
  • Movie Review: Parkland (2013)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Second Weekend of 'Thor' Beats Thoroughly Mortal Competition
  • Rebuttal of the Day
  • Is This Plagiarism?
  • Suggested Titles for Derek Jeter's New Book Imprint
  • Who is the Team of the Century?
  • Movie Review: 12 Years a Slave (2013)
  • Happy Armistice Day, When the Songs That We Sing Will Be Sad
  • Movie Review: Thor: The Dark World (2013)
  • ‘Thor’ Hammers Competition for $86 Million Open
  • Movie Review: After Earth (2013)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: Now You See Me (2013)
  • How to Win Political Arguments in Your Sleep
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: Ender's Game (2013)
  • Drowning Rousseau
  • Photos of the Day: No Public Mooring
  • Watching the World Series in a Seattle Sports Bar When the Seahawks are on Monday Night Football
  • Thoughts on the 'Captain America' Trailer
  • Movie Review: All Is Lost (2013)
  • Joe P on Game 3
  • The Rainbow Warrior in Seattle
  • Why I Missed One of the Oddest Finishes in World Series History
  • It Depends on What the WSJ's Meaning of the Word 'Was' Is: Revealing propagandist tendencies in the right-wing press
  • Outer Space Needle
  • Movie Review: Stories We Tell (2013)
  • First Sentence: 'Joseph Anton'
  • A Conservative Theology Becoming a Revolutionary Idea by Attracting the Non-Urban and Marginalized: A Quiz
  • Moyers: It's Not a Shutdown; It's Sabotage of the Democratic Process
  • When Roth Was Good
  • Heading Into Nut Country: From Dealey Plaza to the Tea Party
  • Krugman Does Montoya
  • Movie Review: Captain Phillips (2013)
  • More Unseemly Sideshows
  • Idiot of the Day
  • Our Misapplication of the Golden Rule
  • Happy Birthday, John Lennon
  • The 2013 World Series Possibles: And Then There Were Four ...
  • By the Book: Erik Lundegaard
  • Everything Jeff Wells Hates
  • 'Rush' Addendum
  • Scalia Views Congress as Source of Tyranny
  • Dr. Frankenstein, Meet Monster
  • Where I Agree with Scalia
  • Another Boardwalk Empire/ Pinstripe Empire Casting Call: Domenick Lombardozzi as ... ?
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: Gravity (2013)
  • What's a Level Playing Field?
  • Houston, We Don't Have a Problem: 'Gravity' Breaks October Box-Office Record
  • Objectivity Is Not Stupidity: The Culpability of the Mainstream Media in the Government Shutdown
  • Movie Review: Una Noche (2013)
  • How Nutjob Republicans in Congress are Destroying Democracy as We Know It
  • Movie Review: Rush (2013)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: Short Term 12 (2013)
  • Letters from Readers
  • Quote of the Day
  • Quotes of the Day on the Government Shutdown
  • Why Baseball is No Longer Central to the Culture
  • Quote of the Day
  • That's All, Bitch
  • #FreeJessePinkman: A Late-to-the-Party 'Breaking Bad' Rundown
  • Quote of the Day
  • I'd Rank 'Em: Gordon-Levitt First, Merchant a Close Second, Fallon a Distant Third
  • When is the GOP Going to Take Back the GOP?
  • The Yankees Original Owners
  • The First Sentence of Every Short Story in 'American Short Stories, 4th Ed.'
  • Start ... Spread-ing ... the Noooooooze
  • The Lessons of 'Star Wars,' Doofus Edition
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  • The Most Horrible Thing I've Ever Heard
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  • Movie Review: The Wolverine (2013)
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  • Quote Quiz: Fill in the Blank with the Movie Title
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  • Despicable Audience: “Grown Ups 2” Grosses $42 mil at Weekend Box Office
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  • The Zimmerman Trial: 'Is An Unarmed Black Teenager Ever Entitled to Stand His Ground?'
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  • Did Superman Resurrect Patriotism? On Truth, Innocence, and the American Way
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  • My American Movie
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  • Weekend Box Office: ‘The Heat’ Hot, ‘White House’ Down
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  • Boies on the Prop 8 Cross-Examination: 'Wouldn't America fit the American ideal better the day it allows gays and lesbians to marry?'
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  • SLIDESHOW Essay: An Open Letter to Clark Kent
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  • James Gandolfini: 1961-2013
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  • SLIDESHOW: Lex Luthor, The Badness and the Baldness
  • Who Wants to Play Superman? Anyone? Bueller?
  • Dumb Politics, Smart Business
  • SLIDESHOW: Extra Extra! A History of Daily Planet Headlines!
  • SLIDESHOW: Got it Bad for Little Miss Lois Lane
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  • SLIDESHOW: LOOK, UP IN THE SKY! A History of Superman Flying Onscreen
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  • Great Caesar's Ghost! It's the Perry White Slideshow!
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  • Superman Screenshot of the Day
  • Superman Screenshot of the Day
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  • Superman Screenshot of the Day
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  • Movie Review: Superman (1948)
  • Superman Screenshot of the Day
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  • Hollywood B.O.: 'After Earth' is Real; Attending is a Choice
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  • Superman Screenshot of the Day
  • Superman Screenshot of the Day
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  • Superman Screenshot of the Day
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  • Superman Screenshot of the Day
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  • Superman Screenshot of the Day
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  • Superman Screenshot of the Day
  • What's Up with the IMDb Rating of the WikiLeaks Documentary 'We Steal Secrets'?
  • Winners at Cannes: 'Blue,' Bejo, Bruce
  • Quote of the Day
  • Superman Screenshot of the Day
  • Movie Review: Dirty Wars (2013)
  • The Short, Embarrassing History of Man (and Superman) Riding Rockets
  • Quote of the Day
  • Superman Screenshot of the Day
  • 5th and Wall
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  • Superman Screenshot of the Day
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  • Action Comics No. 1 Found in Wall in Elbow Lake, Minn. Home
  • Superman Screenshot of the Day
  • Quote of the Day
  • Stories from the Birth of Xbox
  • Milestone: 400 Parts Per Million
  • 501(c)(4)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: Star Trek Into Darkness (2013)
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  • Movie Review: Frances Ha (2013)
  • Movie Review: We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks (2013)
  • On the Final Episode of 'The Office'
  • Oops
  • If Ever a Character Could Put You Off Women for Life...
  • Whose Portrait Hangs in Lex Luthor's Office?
  • 'Negroes Oppose Film': A 1921 NAACP Protest of 'Birth of a Nation'
  • Movie Review: Superman III (1983)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Trailer of the Day: 'The Congress' by Ari Folman
  • What to See at SIFF?
  • Quote of the Day
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  • Marvel Team-Up: Iron Man and Great Gatsby Blast Box Office!
  • Quote of the Day
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  • Jeff Wells Goes 'Lincoln' on Bendedict Cumberbatch
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  • Reagan, Before the Lightning Struck
  • Song of the Day: 'Tired of Being Alone' by Al Green
  • Quote of the Day
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  • Cold as ICE
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  • Bushwhacked
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  • Why is IMDb.com Spreading Lies About Stan Lee?
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  • Find the Future Movie Star
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  • Quote of the Year
  • Winter Box Office: Hasta la Vista, Arnie
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  • Quote of the Day
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  • The Goddamn Movies
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  • Q&A with Aviva Kempner about Hank Greenberg – Part II
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  • Q&A with Aviva Kempner about Hank Greenberg – Part I
  • IMDboob
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  • Opening Day 2013
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  • Lancelot Links
  • James Baldwin Explains FOX-News in 1959
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  • Will Leitch's 'Bombers Won't Bomb' Article, with YANKEES SUCK Annotations
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  • The Answer Man Answers Your Movie Questions
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall
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  • How I Nearly Died on the Way to Work Yesterday
  • Henny Penny, When the Sky Fell: 'No End in Sight' and the 10th Anniversary of the Iraq Invasion
  • Jordy's Reviews: Oz, The Great and Powerful (2013)
  • Email to Jake: March 9, 2003
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  • Quote of the Day
  • The Top 10 Box Office Hits According to Variety as of March 19, 1958
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  • Kirk, Spock, and Mad
  • Trailer of the Day: 'A La Merveille'
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  • My Pharmacy, My Insurance Co., and Me
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  • Trailer of the Day: Terrence Malick's 'To the Wonder'
  • Oz, 32-Percent Great, 40th-Most Powerful
  • A Good Sign for 'Man of Steel'
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  • Lancelot Links
  • You're Welcome
  • Trailer of the Day: Average Party
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  • Invasion USA: Two Lois Lanes, No Superman
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  • My A-Rod Story: All That Negative Stuff
  • Quote of the Day
  • Trailer of the Day: The World According to Dick Cheney
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  • Photo of the Day
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  • In Defense of Seth MacFarlane's 'We Saw Your Boobs'
  • America Held Hostage
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  • Coming Soon
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  • Zack Wagman Ranks the Best Pictures: from 'Casablanca' to 'Crash'
  • Deadblogging the Oscars - 2013
  • Five Reasons Why Seth MacFarlane's 'We Saw Your Boobs' is the Best Thing To Happen to Oscar in Years
  • A Question for Fans of 'Zero Dark Thirty'
  • Crunching the Numbers: What are the Most- and Least-Popular Best Picture Winners of All Time?
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  • 38e cérémonie des César: Amour, Amour, Amour
  • Quote of the Day
  • Want to Be Taken Seriously?
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  • Edward Copeland Ranks the Best Pictures: from 'Casablanca' to 'The Broadway Melody'
  • Anne Thompson Ranks the Best Pictures: from 'Lawrence of Arabia' to 'Going My Way'
  • Like Minds
  • The Worst Best Picture
  • GOB Bluth (Kevin) Ranks the Best Pictures: from 'The Godfather Part II' to 'The Greatest Show on Earth'
  • Stat of the Day
  • Why's FDR Hanging with the Three Stooges? Everything You Didn't Want to Know About Screen Portrayals of U.S. Presidents, and Didn't Ask
  • David Murphy Ranks the Best Pictures: from 'Lawrence of Arabia' to 'Crash'
  • What's the Best Best Picture?
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  • Movie Review: A Good Day to Die Hard (2013)
  • Trailer of the Day: 'Midway' by Chris Jordan
  • When Romney was the Most Honest Man in the Race
  • Branimir Djurovic Ranks the Best Picture Winners: from 'The Godfather' to 'Cavalcade'
  • Jorge Rodrigues Ranks the Best Picture Winners: from 'All About Eve' to 'Driving Miss Daisy'
  • Marco Rubio's Stephan Seely Moment
  • Steve Schweighofer Ranks Oscar's Best Picture Winners: from 'Lawrence of Arabia' to 'The Greastest Show on Earth'
  • Joe D. Ranks Oscar's Best Picture Winners: from 'Cuckoo's Nest' to 'Dances with Wolves'
  • Dan Heilman Ranks Oscar's Best Picture Winners: from 'Cuckoo's Nest' to 'Crash'
  • The Valentine's Day Posts
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  • Dback Ranks Oscar's Best Picture Winners: from 'Sunrise' (Best) to 'Gandhi' (Worst)
  • Chris Nelson Ranks Oscar's Best Picture Winners: from 'Annie Hall' (Best) to 'Crash' (Worst)
  • Endora Ranks the Best Pictures: from 'The Apartment' to 'A Beautiful Mind'
  • Reed Ranks the Best Pictures: from 'The Godfather' to 'Crash'
  • Uncle Vinny Ranks the Best Pictures: From 'The Godfather Part II' (Best) to 'Shakespeare in Love' (Worst)
  • Tim Ranks the Best Pictures: From 'American Beauty' (Best) to 'Crash' (Worst)
  • My State of the Union
  • Now YOU Can Rank Oscar's Best Picture Winners
  • Quote of the Day
  • Bafflingly British BAFTAs Honor 'Argo,' 'Amour'
  • My Top 10 Movies of 2012
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  • The New Definition of Hubris: Telling Jackie Robinson How to Slide
  • Is Redirection Affecting Andrew Sullivan's Google Juice?
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  • Lancelot Links
  • Quote of the Day
  • Try This One Weird Trick and Hit 647 Homeruns
  • Movie Review: Rust and Bone (2012)
  • Moviegoers Warm to 'Warm Bodies,' Give 'Bullet to the Head' a Bullet to the Head
  • Movie Review: Warm Bodies (2013)
  • Ben Affleck Wins DGA
  • The Best Movie Scene of the Year
  • Joaquin Phoenix Praises Film Crew, Gives Nod to 'Up-and-Comer' Daniel Day-Lewis
  • Lancelot Links
  • Movie Review: The Hunting of the President (2004)
  • Obama on the 'Us vs. Them' of Immgration Reform: 'A lot of folks forget that most of us used to be them'
  • Quote of the Day
  • My Five Worst Movies of 2012
  • Lancelot LInks
  • Daniel Day-Lewis at 13
  • Movie Trailers: Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)
  • My Top 10 Movie Lines of 2012
  • The SAG Quote of the Night
  • SAG Cast Award Goes to 'Argo'
  • Why the GOP Sucks: Your Stat of the Day
  • 'Argo' Wins PGA
  • Michael Moore's Defense of 'Zero Dark Thirty': Annotated
  • Lancelot Links
  • Quote of the Day
  • Comfort vs. Questions: Taking the Kubrick Test with This Year's Best Picture Nominees
  • Quote of the Day
  • Lancelot Links
  • What My $3,000 Helped Buy
  • Movie Review: The Last Stand (2013)
  • Stan 'The Man' Musial: 1920-2013
  • The Way the Right-Wing Has Always Supported Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • The 2012 Best Picture Nominees Ranked by IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes Scores
  • Quote of the Day
  • 50 Birthday Cards
  • In the Shape I'm In
  • Earl Weaver: 1930-2013
  • Reader Quote of the Day
  • Countdown to 50
  • The Annotated Kathryn Bigelow Editorial
  • Quote of the Day
  • That Tarantino Interview: 'This is a commercial for the movie—make no mistake.'
  • Quote of the Day
  • How Grover Norquist is like Abbie Hoffman
  • Quote of the Day
  • The Evolution of Jeffrey Wells' Thinkin' on 'Lincoln'
  • Golden Globes Continue to Diverge from the Academy
  • Hollywood B.O.: 'Zero Dark Thirty' Grosses More This Weekend than 'Hurt Locker' In Its Entire Run
  • The Original Gangster Squad
  • Reader of the Day
  • Movie Review: Zero Dark Thirty (2012)
  • Edgar Martinez Dissed on HOF Dissed List
  • Jeff Wells: Alone Against an Army of Haters!
  • Unprecedented Disagreement Between the Academy and the DGA
  • And the 2012 Nominees Are...
  • My Oscar Picks! (Wishes Not Predictions)
  • Lancelot Links
  • The DGAs Are In: Affleck, Bigelow, Hooper, Lee, Spielberg
  • Quote of the Day
  • Steven Spielberg on Daniel Day-Lewis' Lincoln
  • Movie Review: Anna Karenina (2012)
  • The Seven Words Women Long to Hear
  • My Under-the-Radar Oscar Nominations
  • Movie Review: The Central Park Five (2012)
  • Reader Quote of the Day
  • Quote of the Day
  • Minimus
  • Why People Like Bad Movies
  • The 2011 Best Picture Nominees by IMDb Ranking: Revisited
  • Bob Lundegaard's Reviews: Les Miserables (2012)
  • Founding Dish Member
  • How's Your New Year Going?
  • The Inherent Loneliness of the Internet
  • Movie Review: Django Unchained (2012)
  • 2012
  • The Top 50 Viral Videos of 2012 (Or: My Increasing Separation from My Culture)
  • Which Baseball Player Does Jerry Seinfeld Relate To?
  • Lt. Soledad O'Brien, Star Fleet Communications Officer
  • Jordy's Reviews: Les Miserables (2012)
  • The Return of the Disagreeables: Disagreeable No More!
  • Quote of the Day
  • Movie Review: This is 40 (2012)
  • Quote of the Day
  • 'Previously on The Hobbit...'
  • Roger Ebert Says 2012 is the Best Movie Year ... This Decade
  • Movie Review: Les Misérables (2012)
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  • Dave Eggers' Review of Grant Peterson's 'Just Ride': Annotated
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  • Making the Dish, and a Portrait of the Artist as a Stand-Up Comedian
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  • Jordy's Reviews: Brave (2012)
  • Song of the Day: 'Civil War' by Joe Henry
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  • Damn Amazon.com
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  • Hollywood B.O.: Universal Studio to U.S. Audiences: 'You Sunk My Battleship!'
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  • Hollywood B.O.: 'The Avengers' SMASH Opening-Weekend Record with $200 Million
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  • Here's Looking at You, Kid: Clara Darko Compiles Movie Stars Looking at Us
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  • A Tale of Two Posters
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  • Hollywood B.O.: ‘Think Like a Man’ Claims Box-Office Throne Despite Kenyan Rumors
  • Humber Humber Throws Perfect Game* Against Some Team
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  • What's the Sweet Spot for Nostalgia: 20 Years? 40? Or Is It All About the Boomers?
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  • Guns Guns Guns: An Overview of Jill Lepore's BATTLEGROUND AMERICA Article
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  • Adam Gopnik on 'Mad Men' and Nostalgia: Is He Off by 20 years?
  • Movie Review: Iron Man (2008)
  • Quotes of the Day: Jackie Robinson Edition
  • Eighty-Sixed: Remembering Jackie Robinson's No. 42
  • Hollywood B.O.: How Hunger Games Ranks with Lord of the Rings, The Dark Knight and Avatar
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  • Bullshit of the Week: the Hilary Rosen Fiasco
  • Movie Review: Clash of the Titans (2010)
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  • Baseball News: Miguel Cabrera On Pace for 162 HRs and 432 RBIs; Seattle Front Office Still Sucks
  • Jordy's Reviews: Kid Icarus: Uprising (2012)
  • Izzy Iskowitz, Heavyweight Champ, 1977
  • Where Have You Gone, Fred Wenz? Reflections on the 1971 baseball card you never wanted but always got
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  • A Long Time Ago, In a Comic Book Far, Far Out...
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  • Thomas Jefferson: the Original Non-Originalist
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  • That Sound You're Hearing is the Rich Getting Richer
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  • The Reviewing Games
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  • Jordy's Reviews: The Adventures of Tin Tin (2011)
  • Movie Review: The Legend of the Lone Ranger (1981)
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  • The U.S. Right-Wing: Sharing Conspiracy Theories with the Middle East
  • Boldly Going ... Here Again
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  • It's Early March: Do You Know Where Next Year's Best Picture Winners Are?
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  • Movie Review: Page One: Inside the New York Times (2011)
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  • The 2011 Academy Awards - Postmortem
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  • Lancelot Links: Oscar Edition
  • From 'Godfather' to 'Crash': My Rankings of Most Every Best Picture Winner Since 1927
  • This Is Not a Film They Will Submit for an Academy Award: Richard Brody and David Denby on Oscar's Backward Foreign Language Award
  • Gorgeous and Brilliant or Bombastic Propaganda? The Exchange of the Day
  • From 'Godfather' to 'Cimarron': The 84 Best Picture Winners as Ranked by the Nerds of IMDb.com
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  • The Leftover, Less-Romantic, Movie-Quote Candy Hearts of Valentine's Day
  • Hollywood B.O.: Second 'Ghost Rider'? Road Kill
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  • How 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter' Speaks to Our Time
  • The Best Picture Nominees by Current IMDb Ranking
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  • The Bechdel Test, Stein, Hemingway and Woody Allen
  • Movie Review: A Separation (2011)
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  • Viola Davis Lays the Smackdown on Tavis Smiley
  • Movie Review: Chronicle (2012)
  • Valentine's Day: The Point of the Story
  • My Top 10 Movies of 2011
  • Oscar: Doing the Wrong Thing
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  • The Return of Karl Show! (Starring Jason)
  • Black History Month Linkage
  • Scene of the Day: Design for Living (1933)
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  • The Five Worst Movies of 2011
  • Talkin’ Leeea-vy, Bryant and Jim Hirsch
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  • Something Rotten Among the Best Picture Nominees
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  • One-Word Review of Madonna's “W/E”
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  • Movie Review: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011)
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  • Oscar Watch: Why the Best Picture Nominations are (August) Wilsonian
  • Oscar Watch: Has “The Artist” Already Won Best Picture?
  • Movie Review: Shame (2011)
  • Who Were the Oscar Frontrunners Last Summer?
  • Movie Review: The Help (2011)
  • Oscar Reaction: Cieply and Barnes, Seemingly Disconnected
  • And the Nominees Are ... : The Box Office
  • And the Nominees Are ... : A Comparison
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  • My 2011 Oscar Nominations: Clooney, Streep Snubbed!
  • The Most Filmed Character, Cont.: IMDb's Help Desk
  • Movie Review: Young Adult (2011)
  • AARP Card Minus One
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  • Trailers: Two Best-Foreign-Language Contenders
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  • Movie Review: War Horse (2011)
  • Michael, We Hardly Knew Ye
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  • Movie Review: The Artist (2011)
  • The Return of the Disagreeables
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  • Oscar Watch: Have the DGAs Whittled Us Down to Five Best-Picture Candidates?
  • Movie Review: Warrior (2011)
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  • It's the End of the World as Lars von Trier Knows It and the National Society of Film Critics Feels Fine
  • 2011 Cinema: Looking Back to When We Looked Ahead
  • Movie Review: Mission: Impossible--Ghost Protocol (2011)
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  • R*I*P: Harry Morgan (1915-2011)
  • The 10 Sartorial Steps to Winter Biking
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  • Lancelot Links
  • NEWSFLASH: Daniel Day Lewis as Abraham Lincoln in Not Hot!
  • Movie Review: Take Shelter (2011)
  • Conservatives Disrespecting Authority
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  • LinkedIn to the Heavyweight Champ
  • Hollywood B.O.: Crunching Numbers for HUGO
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  • "Waiting for Lee, Maybe Until the Winter"—Special YANKEES SUCK Report
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  • Hollywood B.O.: How's “Prince of Persia” Doing in Egypt?
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  • SIFFles
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  • Poll Story 3
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  • Lancelot Links (Gets Covered in Oil)
  • R.I.P. CounterBalance
  • Hollywood B.O.: The B-Team
  • Open Letter to Patrick Goldstein
  • Review: “Au Revoir Taipei” (2010)
  • My Jackie Chan (成龍) Retrospective
  • Lancelot Links
  • Review: “The Tillman Story” (2010)
  • Hollywood B.O.: “Shrek” Holds off “Marmaduke” with One Hand
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  • SIFF Quote of the Day
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  • Review: “Zona Sur” (“Southern District”) (2010)
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  • Hollywood B.O.: Ladies Second
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  • “The Yankee Years” by Joe Torre and Tom Verducci: Special YANKEES SUCK Edition
  • Review: “El Secreto de sus Ojos” (2009)
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  • Target: Fun
  • Waiting for a Superman (Movie)
  • Dowd on Dowdy
  • All-Star Game: Vote Early and Often
  • Review: “Iron Man 2” (2010)
  • Armond White's Review of “Robin Hood” —with Footnotes
  • Lancelot Links
  • Robin Hood — Libertarian?
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  • From the Old Man
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  • Morons, Crooks, and the People Who Saw It Coming: Assessing Credit on the Subprime Mortgage Disaster
  • The 10th Reason to Hate 3-D
  • Review: Robin Hood (1991-BBC)
  • Lancelot Links
  • “He's Moving Like a Tremendous Machine!
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  • What's Good in "The Pacific"
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  • A.O. Scott, Movie Violence and the Art of Collapsing Distinctions
  • Lancelot Links (Has Some Fun)
  • Review: “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” (2009)
  • Happy St. Jordi's Day!
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  • Our Vietnam Trip—Part III: Ha Long Bay
  • Lancelot Links
  • Review: “Kick Ass” (2010)
  • MLB Predictions: Rigged National Pastime Edition
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  • Lancelot Links
  • Off By That Much
  • Our Vietnam Trip — Part II: Visiting Vestiges
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  • The Wisdom of Buck O'Neil
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  • Someone is Missing
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  • Lancelot Links
  • Review: “Green Zone” (2010)
  • And Thus was the Taliban Created
  • Quote of the Day
  • Box Office Stat of the Day: Average Weekly Movie Attendance for the Last 100 Years
  • Lancelot Links
  • Quote of the Day
  • Three things about The New York Times post-Oscars article
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  • The Ghost Release
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  • Review: “The Ghost Writer” (2010)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Review: “Robin and Marian” (1976)
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  • Lancelot Links
  • "The Ghost Writer": Summit Entertainment's Latest Delicate Flower
  • Gopnik on Salinger
  • Quote of the Day
  • Review: “Robin Hood” (1938)
  • From PC to Protests: How the Right became everything it despised in the Left
  • J.D. Quote of the Day
  • Review: “The Last Station” (2009)
  • Scott on Streep
  • Lancelot Links
  • Site Updates
  • Why Harry Can't Read Rights
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  • Happy Valentine's Day
  • Movie Review: Robin Hood (1922)
  • Miss Me Yet? - II
  • Review: “Crazy Heart” (2009)
  • Miss Me Yet?
  • Review: “Fantastic Mr. Fox” (2009)
  • Writin' is Whitenin': Ishmael Reed's Racial Assumptions about "Precious"
  • Quote of the Other Day — Republican Incoherence and You
  • Top 10 Kid’s Movies from 2009! By Jordan
  • Lancelot Links (RIP JD edition)
  • Their Oscar Noms
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  • Three Stories with J.D. Salinger — Epilogue
  • Three Stories with J.D. Salinger — Part III
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  • The New King of the World
  • Who's Controlling the News? Not Auletta
  • Review: “Precious” (2009)
  • Cesars 2010
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  • Mickey on the DH
  • Lancelot Links
  • Birthday Lyrics of the Day (47)
  • Welcome to the Loser's Club
  • Globe Highlights: Michael on McCartney, Marty on Movies
  • Your MLK-Day Rental
  • Review: “Broken Embraces” (2009)
  • Lancelot Links
  • Many Nations, Under Netflix
  • Review: “The Spy Next Door” (2010)
  • Clay Shirky Quote of the Day
  • Cute Little Rebooties
  • The Disagreeables
  • Spider-Man 4 No More!
  • Review: “New Moon” (2009)
  • The Sky People Are Speaking
  • Steve Tesich Quote of the Day
  • No. 2 With a Bullet (or an Arrow)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Good-Bye, Mr. Snappy
  • Review: “A Single Man” (2009)
  • Lancelot Links (Still Loves David Simon)
  • King of the World!
  • The Double Features of 2009
  • Review: “Nine” (2009)
  • Bushed
  • My Top 10 Movies of 2009
  • Review: “The Blind Side” (2009)
  • Lancelot Links (Votes for Edgar, Worries over the Future of Journalism)
  • Avatarnation!
  • Vic Chesnutt: 1964-2009
  • Review: “Me and Orson Welles” (2009)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Review: “Avatar” (2009)
  • Words I Never Use and Why - I
  • Lancelot Links (Is Pissed at QT)
  • Lancelot Links (Wants to Deck Someone)
  • Review: “Where the Wild Things Are” (2009)
  • Here Come the Critics
  • Review: “Invictus” (2009)
  • Quote of the Day: "City of God"
  • Lancelot Links
  • The Best Movies of the Decade
  • The Problem with The Shadow
  • Review: “Up in the Air” (2009)
  • Lancelot Links
  • Respect My Authoritai!
  • Thus Spaketh Clint
  • Review: “Red Cliff” (2009)
  • Lancelot Links
  • Review: “Twilight” (2008)
  • The 2000s: Decade of the Sequel
  • Happy Birthday, Charles M. Schulz
  • Lancelot Links
  • The Rigged (National) Game
  • The Lessons of a New Moon
  • Quote of the Day
  • DVD Reviews: 1 Win, 1 Loss, 1 Tie
  • The Biggest Movie of the 2000s Ranks Just Behind the Third-Biggest Movie of 1965
  • Three Lines About Movies
  • Lancelot Links
  • Quote of the Day
  • Review: “2012” (2009)
  • Not Stars, Selves
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  • Lancelot Links
  • Armistice Day
  • Review: “An Education” (2009)
  • Epitaph for a Tough Guy—I
  • Lancelot Links—World Series edition
  • Review: “The Damned United” (2009)
  • Michelle Malkin's Journey from A to A
  • Welcome to My Least-Favorite Month
  • Lancelot Links
  • Review: “This Is It” (2009)
  • Which Host with What Most?
  • The Series Freezes, Neyer Nitpicks
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  • Review: “Coco Before Chanel” (2009)
  • Scioscia on October Days Off: "Ridiculous"
  • Why Blogging Isn't Writing—I
  • Review: “More Than a Game” (2008)
  • Live-Blogging Game 5 of the ALCS
  • The More Republicans Change: Anger, Paranoia, and Visions of Apocalypse at the 1976 Republican Convention
  • Lancelot Links
  • "The Exorcist" and the Devilish Dilemma
  • Review: “Yoo Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg” (2009)
  • Who's the Epitome of 1950s American Cool? Jean Gabin in 1939
  • Why We Watch "Mad Men"
  • Countdown to the World Series-III
  • Lancelot Links—Idi i Smotri
  • How to Fix the World Series—In a Good Way
  • Line of the Day—Andrew O'Hehir
  • What the World Series Needs
  • Review: “A Serious Man” (2009)
  • Baseball Scenes in Non-Baseball Movies
  • Breaking Away Lesson of the Day
  • Countown to the World Series—II
  • Lancelot Links
  • Countdown to the World Series
  • Review of “Bright Star” (2009)
  • The Invention of Bad Posters
  • My Top 5 Metrodome Moments
  • Review: “The Invention of Lying” (2009)
  • Straight Line to the Hall of Fame
  • Anatomy of a Scene: Leo and Freddie have coffee in Force of Evil (1948)
  • Lancelot Links, with Mike Blowers
  • Ooo, Kids, Scary Stuff!
  • Before the Show at Regal Meridian No. 10
  • The World's Worst Hiker: Rachel Lake
  • Review: “'Surrogates” (2009)
  • Quote of the Day
  • On James Stewart's "Eight Days"
  • Lancelot Links
  • Peter Gammons Isn't Serious
  • Your Summer Movie Quiz — Answers
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  • Review: “The Informant!” (2009)
  • Breaking Away Lesson of the Day
  • Summer '09
  • Quote of the Day
  • Sacrificial Mariners
  • Breaking Away Lesson of the Day
  • The World's Worst Hiker: Granite Mountain
  • Saving Capitalism
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  • Flash: Rush Limbaugh Has No Genitalia!
  • 3 Pieces on 9/11
  • Jeter's First HIt
  • Leavy's Koufax
  • My President
  • Jeter Sucks! (On the Yankees Anyway)
  • How Texas Executed an Innocent Man
  • Review: “The Cove” (2009)
  • Fun with Definite Articles
  • Facebook Meme
  • “Breaking Away” Lesson of the Day
  • Town Hall
  • Review: “Tyson” (2009)
  • Review: “District 9” (2009)
  • "Goddamn Fox would give Wolverine webshooters and a bat cape!"
  • “Breaking Away” Lesson of the Day
  • Worst Wedding Day Ever
  • Review: “Inglourious Basterds” (2009)
  • Packed House for Basterds
  • The Reverse Debate Idea
  • Gun Nuts and the People Who Support Them
  • “Breaking Away” Lesson of the Day
  • Falling Stars
  • Review: “In the Loop” (2009)
  • Link of the Day
  • Dying for Tomatoes
  • Quote of the Day
  • The Wobbly Legs of "G.I. Joe"
  • Old Critics vs. Young Critics
  • Quote of the Day
  • Lancelot Links
  • The Courage of His Cliches
  • The Most Banned Movies Ever! ... Maybe
  • Review: “Julie & Julia” (2009)
  • A.O. Scott Testifies!
  • How the French Feel Watching Americans Blow Up the Eiffel Tower
  • “Star Trek: Confusion”
  • Don't You Forget About Me
  • Review: “Funny People” (2009)
  • The Rise of Something Anyway
  • "I Know, Captain, a Thousand Questions..."
  • Krugman: "Government involvement is the only reason our [health care] system works at all"
  • Bobbleheads
  • Le Monde lede of "Adieu, Gary"
  • Before the Show at Pacific Place No. 2
  • King Kong 1, 2 and 3?
  • Review: “(500) Days of Summer” (2009)
  • Wearing Wool Caps in 100 Degree Weather
  • Overreacting with Color Coding: 1975
  • Quote of the Day — Gates Case
  • Anatomy of a Catch: DeWayne Wise
  • The Moon Landing from Africa, and Other Stories (Translated from the French)
  • Why Watching Isn't Enjoying
  • What I Would've Said If I'd Been with the Cambridge Police Dept. and Seen Henry Louis Gates Breaking Into His Own Home
  • Global Financial Meltdown 101
  • Die, Die, Die!
  • Tax the Rich Already
  • Before the Show at the Uptown
  • Review: “The Hurt Locker” (2009)
  • 50 Million Necrophiliacs Can't Be Wrong
  • Prescient Quote of the Day
  • What's Wrong with Entertainment Weekly (Part II)
  • What's Wrong with Entertainment Weekly (Part I)
  • Quick Movie Quiz
  • “The Unseen”
  • Goldstein's Posse Loses Its Mojo
  • Things I Learned on Vacation in Minnesota
  • Now That's Good Writing: David Denby
  • Rich, Noonan, Palin
  • Where Goebbels and Hollywood Agree
  • Revenge on "Revenge of the Fallen"
  • Review: “Public Enemies” (2009)
  • Minnesota Corrects a Low-Rent Mistake
  • Mann, Cruise and the Devil in the Details
  • Review: “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” (2009)
  • Sunday Movie Night: “Jaws” (1975)
  • Jackass of the Day: Rob Moore
  • Quote of the Day
  • Why We're Getting 10 Best Picture Nominees
  • And the nominees are...doubled
  • The $67 Million Advantage
  • Dumb like a Fox
  • Tossed
  • The One Lesson of Summer Box Office
  • Review of “Food, Inc.” (2009)
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  • Breaking the Laws of Probability
  • Imagine Better
  • Now That's Good Writin': Kehr on Lemmon
  • Review: “L'emmerdeur” (2008)
  • Plus ca change, plus c'est la meme chose
  • On Nick Paumgarten's "The Death of Kings"
  • Review: "Wind Blows in the Meadow" (2009)
  • A Monday Hangover
  • "Free, White and 21"
  • Now That's Good Writing: Denby on “Up”
  • Review: “The Hangover” (2009)
  • Federer, tout simplement magnifique
  • Theme from a Summer Place
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  • Herman Roth Gets Mugged
  • The Right-Wing Pisses on You—Literally
  • Words I Learned While Reading Christopher Buckley’s “Losing Mum and Pup”
  • What's Brooks Barnes Got Against Pixar?
  • Before the Show at the Neptune
  • Review: “Up” (2009)
  • Jim Walsh: For the Graduates
  • Humans from Earth
  • “On m’appelle Monsieur Tibbs!”
  • ...And he's only 54
  • Before the Show at SIFF
  • The Do-Little Academy
  • Review: “L’Heure d’ete” (2008)
  • Auteur, Auteur
  • The Hot Hand: Jean Gabin
  • Lyrics of the Day
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  • "The Graduate": Not Starring Robert Redford
  • Why DVD Sales are Down 18%
  • Where Have You Gone, Vladimir Visotsky?
  • SWJM, 27, Looking for Work
  • Unfortunate Graph of the Day
  • Before the Show: May 15, 2009
  • Review: “Angels & Demons” (2009)
  • Quote of the Day
  • Your 2008 Box Office Quiz—The Answers: Or how "Mamma Mia!" Beat "Dark Knight"
  • Alec, Charlie & Me
  • Your 2008 Box Office Quiz
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  • Postcard of the Day
  • Chronology 101
  • Before the Show: May 8, 2009
  • “Star Trek”/“Star Wars” Parallels
  • Review: “Star Trek” (2009)
  • My "Star Trek" Novel: Fuck-Ups of the Federation
  • Quote of the Day
  • My "Star Trek" Novel: S179276SP
  • What's Rotten on RottenTomatoes?
  • My "Star Trek" Novel — Mj'cra souft
  • The Reason They're Called Previews
  • My "Star Trek" Novel — Holodeck Baseball
  • Freudian Quote of the Day
  • My "Star Trek" Novel - A Routine Science Expedition
  • My "Star Trek" Novel - Intro
  • Logan's Run: $85 Million
  • Sunday Times
  • Before the Show: 5-1-09
  • Review: “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” (2009)
  • And Now...The Wolverine!
  • Quote of the Day (Freudian Version)
  • Worst Netflix Summary Ever
  • Before the Show: 4-24-09
  • Review: “The Soloist” (2009)
  • Before the Show: 4-19-09
  • Review: “Anvil: The Story of Anvil” (2008)
  • The Short, Unhappy Life of Fox Atomic
  • Goldstein Disappoints on Susan Boyle
  • Quote of the Day
  • Before the Show: 4-17-09
  • Review: “State of Play” (2009)
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  • The Journalistic Mission of Bill O'Reilly
  • Review: “Seraphine” (2008)
  • Tuesday Pick-Me-Up: Susan Boyle
  • Quote of the Day — for the Decade
  • Review: “Observe and Report” (2009)
  • My Proust Questionnaire
  • Your Friday Pick-Me-Up...
  • Parity!
  • Arkoff Asylum
  • Presidential Quote of the Day
  • Betting Against Pixar
  • Opening Day
  • Book Quote of the Day
  • Pirating Wolverine
  • Slumdog Watch - II
  • Pardon My French
  • Book Quote of the Day
  • Review: “Duplicity” (2009)
  • “Mr. Wright's Masterly, Affectionate Vision...”
  • My Most-Quoted Movie Lines - Exit
  • My Most-Quoted Movie Lines (No. 1)
  • My Most-Quoted Movie Lines (No. 2)
  • My Most-Quoted Movie Lines (No. 3)
  • Point: Obama
  • Meet the New Oscar-wining Three Stooges
  • My Most-Quoted Movie Lines (No. 4)
  • Dialogue of the Day: "Cesar" (1936)
  • My Most Quoted Movie Lines (No. 5)
  • Weekly, Not Weakly
  • Quote of the Day
  • My Most-Quoted Movie Lines - Intro
  • Slumdog Watch - I
  • Review: “Cadillac Records”
  • Quote of the Day
  • You Say You Want a Revolution
  • Craig Wright on Malick's “The New World”
  • Slumdog Legs
  • The-More-Things-Change Quote of the Day
  • So You Think You're Anal
  • Review: “Watchmen”
  • Why a Film's Budget is Irrelevant
  • Read It Read It Read It
  • Quote of the Day
  • Joe Henry Quote of the Day
  • Who Watches the Watchers of “Watchmen”?
  • La Ville Du Vice
  • How W. is Dumber than a Fascist
  • Movie Attendance Up Thanks to...WTF?
  • Redford/Pfeiffer, Connery/Zeta-Jones, Etc.
  • Lancelot Links
  • Cagney Quote of the Day
  • Quote of the Day
  • Live-Blogging the Oscars
  • The Backwards Threats of Hollywood Execs
  • Two Hoots for Junior
  • Lyrics of the Day
  • Much Ado About Oscar — Days 2 & 3
  • Toles and Jelly
  • The Devil Is My Kinda Woman
  • God, I Love This Guy
  • Nat & Tim & Kris & Karina & Ed & Erik
  • Silver on Oscar Gold
  • The EW Fall Preview Issue: A Look Back
  • Two-Minute Review: The International (2009)
  • Oscar Acceptance Speech of the Day
  • And the Award for Least-Seen Best Picture Nominee Goes To...
  • Penn Pal
  • Quote of the Day
  • Quote of the Day
  • We Are Not a Serious Nation
  • Quote of the Day
  • One-sentence Review: Rachel Getting Married (2008)
  • The Lundys: Best Reviews of Best Pics
  • Francois Truffaut Quote of the Day - II
  • Francois Truffaut Quote of the Day - I
  • Pedigree of a Slumdog: PGA, SAG, DGA...
  • Edward Hopper's Quiet
  • Mood Fight
  • Ponzi and the Happy Days (Are Here Again) Gang
  • Who Sees the Oscar Nominees Anyway?
  • John Updike Quote of the Day
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  • Barack Obama Quote of the Day
  • Milk Left Out
  • Two-Minute Review: The Wrestler (2008)
  • The Quiz...and How Nathaniel R. Nudged Me Off the Fence
  • Fiddling
  • "Slumdog"? Final Answer
  • Batman and Oscar: A History
  • Hail Cesars
  • B.O. for Best Pics
  • Note to the Academy: Why So Serious?
  • “There's Work to be Done”
  • Sam Cooke Quote of the Day
  • 1-20-09
  • Quote of the Day
  • My Year of Watching French Cinema
  • An Ad For Something No One Needs
  • The Man Who Sold "Crash" to the World
  • Quote of the Effin' Year
  • Now Playing: 678 Miles Away
  • And Then There Were Nine...
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  • A Universal Lack of Focus
  • "Slumdog" Has Its Day
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  • Death-of-Journalism Quote of the Day
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  • Movie Review: Marley & Me (2008)
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  • NSFC Picks "Bashir"; Carr Says STFU
  • Interview with a Star
  • Johnny Depp Quote of the Day
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  • A Thought for the New Year
  • Good-Bye To All That
  • From the Vault: Freelance Writing 101
  • All Customer-Service Roads Lead to India
  • Quote of the Day
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  • Escape from Sea-Tac
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  • Cambio
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  • Quote of the Day
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  • Quote of the Day
  • The Obama Non-Stories
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  • Marc!
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  • Oscar Watch: NY Critics Pick "Milk"
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  • HuffPosters
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  • Gomorra in Europe
  • “The Most Vicious Smear Campaign Ever Mounted Against an American Politician”
  • Authors: Joe the Plumber, Sarah Palin, Barbara Bush's Dog
  • Oscar Watch: FOJ-Dub
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  • Didion, Clad in her Armor
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  • The Reductive Headlines of the Seattle P-I
  • NY Times: A Graf Too Far
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  • Oscar Watch — The Carpetbagger
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  • Two-Minute Review: E.L. Doctorow's “Creationists”
  • Scientific Quote of the Day
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  • Happy Thanksgiving!
  • Two-Minute Review: Quantum of Solace (2008)
  • Debating our National Story
  • Is "There Will Be Blood" an Epic?
  • Ann Patchett on Philippe Petit
  • The Unsexiest Cover
  • On Meeting Stan Lee in 1975 — or — Another Practically Priceless Blog Entry in the Mighty Marvel Manner
  • Whatever Happened to the American Epic?
  • 15 Films Up for Best Documentary
  • DFMF Quote of the Day
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  • New Yorker Quote of the Day
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  • David Grann on Why McCain Lost
  • Baffling Republican Quote of the Day
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  • Karim Sadjadpour Quote of the Day
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  • Le Plaisir
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