7/20 Web Round-up

Posted by · 8:30 am · July 20th, 2009

The CoveEdgar Arce talks “The Cove” with documentarian Louie Psihoyos. [Latino Review]

With Judd Apatow’s “Funny People” on the brain, Saul Austerlitz takes a look at the “dramedy” through the years. [Chicago Tribune]

Meanwhile, Patrick Goldstein looks at the mystifying missed opportunity of the film’s one-sheet. [The Big Picture]

Tom O’Neil remembers his Emmy conversation with Walter Cronkite. [Gold Derby]

Roger Ebert, meanwhile, writes up his anticipated appreciation. [Chicago Sun-Times]

Spike Lee on “Do the Right Thing” 20 years later. [CNN]

Andrew Pulver talks “Antichrist” with actor Willem Dafoe. [The Guardian]

Brad Brevet jumps into a new Oscar season. [Rope of Silicon]

Katherine Heigl is not going to let you see her breasts, ever. [Some Came Running]




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  • 1 7-20-2009 at 3:59 pm

    Casey Fiore said...

    now that bras have been eternally confirmed i can stop watching Katherine Heigl movies