6/10 Web Round-up

Posted by · 8:58 am · June 10th, 2009

Charlie Chaplin in The Great DictatorA belated Happy Birthday to Kim Voynar, who digs back into the not-so-subtle themes of “Up.” [Movie City News]

Counting down the worst movie politicians. [Empire]

Taking a look at the key films of Palme d’Or winner Michael Haneke’s career. [Daily Telegraph]

Patrick Goldstein talks to Tony Kaye about his most recent off-the-wall art project. [The Big Picture]

A.O. Scott looks back at Oliver Stone’s “Wall Street.” [New York Times]

Speaking of which, Michael Douglas is all set to receive a lifetime achievement award from AFI. [Los Angeles Times]

Christopher Campbell aggregates all the speculation over who should play B.A. Baracus in the new “A Team” movie.  Shouldn’t we just hand it over to Craig Robinson and be done with it? [Spout Blog]

IMAX popularity sparks copycats.  Enough tweaking the distribution, let’s get back to basics.  You know, like quality of product? [Wall Street Journal]




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  • 1 6-10-2009 at 8:13 pm

    Bill said...

    Brilliant call on the Craig Robinson thing. I can’t believe I didn’t see that…and nor do these other bloggers you link. Oddly enough, when I mentioned the A-Team remake to my brother Joe, the first thing he said was “Craig Robinson.” Kris, call up the casting office. Make this happen. This cat needs a lead role now, and this one could put him over the edge.