Film Bits: Still More of the Best Film Writing on WordPress.

Happy Sunday, everyone. Another week is in the books, that means it’s time for another Film Bits, where I survey the best film writing around the WordPressosphere. Let’s get started.

Ross vs Ross looks at the best sibling-centered movies.  Anyone for “The Goonies?

So-Called Reviewer reconsiders this summer’s “X-Men: First Class.” Heads-up, it’s written in Malay, so you’ll have to activate the translate function.

Lightning Quill on Harry Potter’s transition from page to screen. Something tells, me this is the stuff of future master’s theses (if it hasn’t been already).

Nothing is Invisible reviews the Julianne Moore, Amanda Seyfried-starrer “Chloe.”

Mostly Musical Theater says “Moneyball” is one of the baseball movies ever. Not sure I agree. But I’m gonna go see it anyway. Better than “Pride of the Yankees?” Better than “Eight Men Out” or “Bull Durham.” That’s a mighty high bar. But I’ll trust their judgment.

Genkinahito takes a look at the Japanese films shown at the BFI’s London Film Festival.

FashionFatty reviews “Drive” with Ryan Gosling.

Spicepool weighs in on the Netflix collapse.

The Side Talk reviews “Soul Surfer.”

About jlmicek

I'm an award-winning journalist in Harrisburg, Pa. I also run and cook all the things.
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2 Responses to Film Bits: Still More of the Best Film Writing on WordPress.

  1. djaycoholyc says:

    Thanks for putting my review on your WP. But it’s not Malay. It’s Bahasa Indonesia btw 😉

  2. Thank you for including my Harry Potter update on your WP. I don’t doubt someone will be studying the films of a generation for their masters theses in the near future, if not now haha

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