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January 9, 2004


Slate Roundtable on 2003's Movies

Slate has one of those email roundtables going on between various big-time movie reviewers about last year's movies. It started on Monday.

Although these roundtables are sometimes tiresome, this one offers some engaging and original ideas about various trends (commodification of dead children) and specific films (all the usual suspects). At one point, the LAT's Manohla Dargis appears to freak out on the New York Times' A.O. ("Tony") Scott a little bit, cursing at him for sharing her off-the-record remarks with all his readers. I can't tell how serious she's being, but even without the tirade, the whole roundtable makes for interesting, if time-consuming, reading.

categories: Movies
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