Film Bits: What Others Are Saying.

So WordPress has a “tags” function, which allows you to search out similarly themed blogs. Thus, I’m starting a new Cineaste feature “Film Bits” to see what others out there in WordPressland are talking about when it comes to life on celluloid.

Anandu Unnikrishnan went to see “Final Destination 5 and shares some thoughts. Brave, brave soul.

Iya Santos reviews “Crazy Stupid Love.” She did not love it.

Rocco’s Pop Revolution does not think that Penn Badgley looks like Jeff Buckley — not one little bit. So there.

Expat blogger A Modern Babylon finds a bit of grit in Northwest London.

Matthew Ashton’s list of great political documentaries continues with “The Panama Deception.”

Cushlalalalaland reviews “Super 8.”

Let Them Eat Popcorn reviews “Cowboys and Aliens.”

The Rau Lists compiles his picks for the Top 100 Movies of All Time. Which sounds, y’know, exhausting after I just wracked my brains to come up with a top five.

Fogs Movie Reviews looks ahead to this fall’s cinematic offerings.

Writer Josh Mahler shares his thoughts on “Casablanca.”

BobbiesBlog weighs in on “Teenage Dirtbag,” the movie, not the Wheatus song.

Happy reading, all.

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3 Responses to Film Bits: What Others Are Saying.

  1. Hmm. Nice idea. Lol. Thanks for the “plug”.

    I’m going to go poke around now…

  2. jlmicek says:

    You bet! Thanks for checking out the blog!

  3. jmahler says:

    Thanks for linking to my piece on “Casablanca”…I appreciate the support!

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