6/18 Web Round-up

Posted by · 11:15 am · June 18th, 2009

Antichrist video gameReed Johnson talks “Whatever Works” with Larry David. [Los Angeles Times]

Donna Freydkin, meanwhile, chats up Woody Allen. [USA Today]

Lou Lumenick breaks the “Public Enemies” embargo with an unthoughtful, painfully ignorant review. (Updated now, redacted at Universal’s request.) [New York Post]

Speaking of which, check out a new clip from the film. [Yahoo! Movies]

Shanghai film fest jury president Danny Boyle speaks out against Chinese restrictions on freedom of speech. [The Guardian]

Is technology ruining movies? [Rope of Silicon]

Uhhhh…an “Antichrist” video game? [/Film]

Kevin Maher gets some quality time with “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” director Michael Bay. [The Times]

People actually think Christopher Nolan is in a position where he has to fish for more money from Warner Bros.? [CHUD]




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  • 1 6-18-2009 at 11:44 am

    BobMcBob said...

    Willem Dafoe kind of looks like the Joker in that photo

  • 2 6-18-2009 at 12:21 pm

    drbenway said...

    Not surprised about that CHUD article. Feraci’s an idiot. I stopped visiting that site ages ago because of his spitefulness, ignorance, and arrogance. And I’ve never in my life witnessed a writer in any medium who so despised his readership. He’s not a bad writer (which is what attracted me to his site in the first place), but as a “film critic” he’s a complete fake, and my actually have a serious vision impairment. That’s the only explanation I’ve been able to come up with. Or he’s been mixing up his movie titles and gets confused about what he’s watching.

  • 3 6-18-2009 at 1:37 pm

    red_wine said...

    I have a feeling that Public Enemies will not be well-received by the critics. I don’t mean outright pans but unenthusiastic reviews that might not warrant attention at the end of the year.

  • 4 6-18-2009 at 4:49 pm

    Mike_M said...

    Hmmm, not sure I agree with what Devin is saying, it doesn’t have to be better than TDK (it my not be) but it has to be and I assume would be a high quality film like his previous 2 films. Also I think it is pretty much common knowledge that the reason Godfather 3 was not up to par with 1 or 2 was because Paramount dropped the ball with paying Robert Duvall so the script had to rewritten and it didn’t work out…