I was too lazy to participate in Andy Horbal’s film criticism blog-a-thon–and, besides, the biggest influence on my own movie writings is the too-obvious Pauline Kael, about whom there’s already been enough said–but it was a resounding success. There’s plenty there to occupy your time for the week. Quiet Bubble will be observing a week of radio silence–Christmas shopping, end-of-year business, etc.–so head to Horbal’s house.
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