Occupy Wall Street protesters debate what demands, if any, to make.
For The New Yorker, Nathan Heller on the doings and undoings of Pauline Kael.
Armond White also chimes in on criticism’s last icon.
Related: five classic Kael reviews.
Richard Peña to step down from Film Society of Lincoln Center posts in 2012.
I agree with Ian Grey in Salon, though this always seems to be the case around episode three or four: Dexter has gotten its mojo back.
Has America turned agnostic on the issue of global warming?
From the Vancouver International Film Festival, David Bordwell on a few movies that won his admiration.
Dan Callahan voices his deep excitement for James Cagney.
Sean Penn accuses Tea Party of racism.
One of the most important Brazilian personalities to promote cultural resistance during the national dictatorship in the 60s and 70s, Leon Cakoff, founder of the São Paulo International Film Festival, died on Friday due to complications after a melanoma diagnosis. He was 63.
This was the only funny thing to happen on Saturday’s SNL:
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