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August 14, 2009


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Pete Segall

On the infinitesimal chance Godard ever gets around to filming Daniel Mendelsohn's The Lost, I eagerly await the logistical seppuku White will go through to compare it to Guy Ritchie's upcoming Sherlock Holmes movie.

Tom Russell (does this count as concern trolling?)

Oh, Armond.

Whenever someone calls someone else who is particularly obnoxious a "troll", as an inhabitant of Michigan's Lower Penninsula, I do take some umbrage. We're really not that bad.

(Tongue, of course, firmly planted in cheek.)

Sal C.

It's The Who who sang "It's the singer, not the song, that makes the music move along."
Point still taken.

Glenn Kenny

@ Sal C.: On "Join Together," yes, I know. But several years before, in '65, The Stones cut "The Singer, Not The Song." It's on "December's Children."



Speaking of Armond, do you think he'll write his pan of Basterds before or after seeing the movie?


My (current) favorite White-ism came in an interview with Aaron Aradillas on the occasion of Michael Jackson's death. To paraphrase White:

"I believe Scorcese's video for Bad is his finest film after the 1970s"


You see, whenever I see that, I can't help but wonder if somebody finally made the movie "Team America" was satirizing.

Then I remember that movie is actually "Transformers 2". Although I admit the design of the Decepticons has become gleefully perverse in a lot of highly amusing ways.

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