Jill Clayburgh passed away on Friday at the age of 66. The two-time Oscar nominee (for An Unmarried Woman and Starting Over) and wife of Tony-winning winning playwright David Rabe, suffered for more than two decades from chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
Roger Ebert on lonely people and the Internet.
Barack Obama saved capitalism.
Wesley Morris finds Tyler Perry’s For Colored Girls to be astounding, terrible, astounding, then terrible again. I wish I had written that first paragraph.
For edition #22 of Reverse Shot’s Talkies series over at Bablegum, Eric Hynes chats with Kent Jones about “film restoration, the art of criticism, and the need to discover life outside cinema.”
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