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Time’s Quirky 100 Best Movies

Time tries going against the grain (if only a little) with its list of Top 100 movies. Read More »

Why Robert McKee is Wrong About Voice-Overs

Voice-overs aren't a cheap way out. They are a vital part of the language of film. Read More »

The World’s Filthiest Joke

Now in three versions: PG, R, and XXX. Read More »

Bad News From All Over

The worst in humanity brings out the best in these writers Read More »

Meet the New World, Same as the Old World

Is the likely Booker Prize Winner the novel of the year? Read More »

Europe to America: Suck My Ass!

Sure they hate us -- but for the right reasons? Read More »

Lustful Thoughts

Maybe Martin Luther can keep the little birds from building a nest in his head. Can you? Should you? Read More »

Cocteau’s anemic Blood of the Poet

The French Surrealists sneered at this sappy and silly debut. At least they stayed awake. Read More »

Does Your iPod Hate You?

When is the last time your MP3 player revealed what a wimp you are? Read More »

The Greatest Opening Lines in Rock and Roll

It can be literary or it can be poetic, but a great song needs a hard opening punch. Read More »