DP/30 Archive for January, 2009

Wall- E, Andrew Stanton

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Tom Tykwer: The International

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Coraline – Henry Selick

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Ron Howard: dir. Frost/Nixon

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An Education dir Lone Scherfig

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An Education star Carey Mulligan

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Sundance ’09: Adam

Actors Peter Gallagher & Rose Byrne and writer/director Max Mayer

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Sundance ’09: Adventureland

Kristin Wiig & Bill Hader, writer/director Greg Mottola, and Jesse Eisenberg & Kristen Stewart

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Sundance ’09: James Toback: Tyson

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Sundance ’09: Humpday

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Sundance ’09: Mary & Max

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Doubt: Viola Davis

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Doubt: John Patrick Shanley

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Frost/Nixon: Peter Morgan

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“If you’re smart and you get old, all you know is that everything changes. You’re not in control of anything. If you don’t learn that early, you’re going to be fucked. No, really… you can rail it all you like. It’s like the last railings of [these] people. It’s like the last railings of this group of people who are going extinct and you want to go, ‘What the fuck are you talking about?’ What are you clinging to? America of the ‘50s? Or England of the ‘50s with Brexit? People pottering around tending their garden in Norfolk thinking, ‘These Syrians are going to come in any minute now and ruin my roses.’ What a load of cock.”
~ Ian McShane

“What IS it with people who ask questions on posts like the person who posted is their personal researcher and water carrier? Do they not realize they’re online themselves? That they can read the story the post links to? That of the seven billion people on earth, almost none of them are mom?”
~ Rebecca Solnit