7/7 Web Round-up

Posted by · 9:38 am · July 7th, 2009

Mark Duplass and Joshua Leonard in Humpday Good piece from David Poland about the age-old disconnect between audiences and critics. [The Hot Blog]

Marshall Fine implores you to see “Humpday” instead of “Bruno.” Why not see both, I say. [Hollywood & Fine]

While we’re on that subject, “Transformers” won the weekend box-office battle after all. Ew. [New York Times]

At the mid-year point, Peter Knegt reflects on the indie box-office winners and losers. [indieWIRE]

Cute feature, this — a rundown of the greatest credit sequences. Today: “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.” [Cinematical]

On the web’s smartest new blog, a panel of critics re-evaluate Michael Mann’s “Miami Vice.” [The Auteurs’ Notebook]

Pamela McClintock contemplates the implication of the PG rating — after the franchise’s dip into PG-13 waters — for the latest “Harry Potter” effort. [Variety]

Speaking of which … my, how they’ve grown. [The Guardian]

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