Quote of the day:
highlighted by Jeff Berryman at The Daily Hopper:
“A spinning coin cannot spin forever, nor can our minds remain undecided forever, since not to decide is itself a decision, and as the coin will come down only heads or tails, so we also have only two options, not three or more. Either we conform our desires to the truth, or we conform the truth to our desires.” –Os Guinness
WHAT? GROMIT’S GETTING RAVE REVIEWS?
My prediction: Wallace and Gromit and the Curse of the Were-Rabbit will be the year’s best-reviewed film.
A.O. Scott gets it right, adoring Wallace and Gromit… But doesn’t he realize that this is FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT, and thus it’s part of a CONSERVATIVE AGENDA?
Joss Whedon talks about Serenity and explains its political implications.
The L.A. Times’ version of the “Is Narnia Christian?” article.
WHAT? CHARLIE WHO?
The return of Charlie Sexton, heralded by Josh Hurst.
WHAT? BRUCE WILLIS AS A RACCOON?
The next Dreamworks animated film features Bruce Willis, Steve Carrell, and William Shatner.
WHAT? GARY OLDMAN UNDERRATED?
Well, duh. David Poland considers the most overlooked masters of our film era.