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May 18, 2004



So happy you discovered Ebert's coolness. Truth be told, I don't think I've every disagreed with his opinion of a film.

Also, I know I talk about this all the time but his commentary on Dark City knocked my proverbial socks off. I had found the film interesting and pretty to look at. Ebert made me appreciate the heck out of the film -- what it was drawn from and what it has subsequently influenced. (Althouth Ebert didn't share this little tidbit: I'm thinkin' Josh Whedon most likely saw it before he created the Buffy "Hush" episode.)

...OK I just re-read that. I think it's one of the geekiest things I've ever said.


My dad's family are all totally obsessed with the New Yorker, and they all hated Tina Brown and canceled their subscriptions when she was running it, and now they all have subscriptions again and think it's not that bad, although not as good as it used to be (in the "good old days.")

So perhaps it is due to genetics that I heart heart heart the New Yorker!


I sort of love Tina, but wasn't keen on her leadership at the NYer. She's sort of fabulously shallow, which is fine for her teevee show ("Topic A" rules, in a really superficial way) but not so good for a serious magazine.

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