Pop Hangover 'Morgan Freeman Does it All' (hee!)
Victim of the Time very fun, perceptive review of Me and Orson Welles
AV Club 19 worst films of the year
Jezebel talks to Manohla Dargis, diva film critic
Hollywood Reporter's Director Watch. I haven't had time to watch this yet (Lee Daniels, Kathryn Bigelow, Peter Jackson, Jane Campion, Quentin Tarantino and Jason Reitman appear) but I can't wait. Is it good?
Sergio Leone and the... on The Blind Side. An interesting piece but unfortunately it ends up zeroing in on attacking one review that's already on the attack.
Old Hollywood "Grace doesn't allow anecdotes to happen to her"
In Contention Guy interviews Jane Campion. Yay
The Film Doctor notes on The Princess and the Frog -- I'm so nervous to see this for many of the reasons mentioned
NY Times a profile on Nancy Meyers (It's Complicated), "the most powerful female writer-director-producer currently working"
Urlesque Cookie Monster cupcakes. I bet they're as delicious as they are cute
Movies Kick Ass won't board that Sin Nombre train, already crowded with critical adulation
Cinema Blend trouble right here in Sony City (Spider-Man 4... same as it ever was)
Jennifer Jones passed away today at the age of 90. The Song of Bernadette star was one of the oldest living Oscar winners. Thankfully deHavilland, Rainer, Rooney and Fontaine still walk the earth, representing the last magical remnants of 1930s Hollywood. Three of Jones's 1950s movies, including the Montgomery Clift romance Indiscretions of an American Wife, are available for instant watch on Netflix should you wish to say a bittersweet goodbye. The Auteurs Daily collects the write-ups.