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The New Yorker's David Denby in the WNYC Studios
David Denby, film critic for The New Yorker and author of Do the Movies Have a Future?, talks about changes to the film industry and argues, though diminished, movies are still central to America's cultural life.
Are there any intelligent movies left to watch!!
Recently based upon at least three word of mouth recommendations, my wife and I went to see "The Silver Linings Playbook". After an hours worth of unitelligible yelling and screaming by the lead actors, we departed the theater.
"People Like Us" was a small scale movie that deserved more notice.
Hey, lay off the stereotypes! A lot of girls are into superhero comics!
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