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"'Right now, the question has to be asked, does American film have even a remote bearing on the amazing and troubling realities of American life?' says Thomson. ' Is there someone out there who could make an ambitious and extraordinary film about the end of the American empire? I think that someone is either Paul Thomas Anderson or Quentin Tarantino. Thomas Anderson hinted at that epic scope with Magnolia, but so far Tarantino has only been epic in style. He certainly has that [Howard] Hawksian ability to tie narratives together, no question. I really think he could make the big film we all want him to, but, in order to do that, he would have to apply his sensibility and his extraordinary narrative command to truly serious social subject matter.' "
- dave 9-22-2003 10:02 pm [link] [1 comment]

Film night at the Pentagon: The Battle of Algiers (via a mention from Bruno.)
- jim 9-08-2003 9:33 pm [link] [add a comment]

" Only one other film in history is more important, and that is the Kennedy-Zapruder film, which sold for $16 million." Happy bidding.
- steve 9-05-2003 6:02 pm [link] [add a comment]

adding some movie oriented weblogs to the cinefiles portal page. the best of the lot thus far seems to be greencine.
- dave 9-04-2003 8:11 pm [link] [add a comment]

just ran across this adaptation/susan orlean weblog maintained in part by jason kottke.
- dave 9-04-2003 8:00 pm [link] [add a comment]