Monday, November 22, 2010

Movie & TV (and some music) links: Scorsese on 3D, Kanye's My Dark Beautiful Twisted Fantasy, Duncan Jones' Source Code and much more …

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Martin Scorsese on his latest film: "3D is liberating. … Every shot is rethinking cinema."

According to the reviewers, Kanye West's My Dark Beautiful Twisted Fantasy is already one of the greatest hip-hop albums ever. Don't believe me? Maybe you'll listen to Pitchfork and Slant

Filmmaker Andrea Arnold (Fish Tank, Red Road) casts Cinema's first black Heathcliff in her adaptation of Wuthering Heights.

The New York Times asks you to fix the nation's budget, since the government obviously can't.

Huffington Post finds rare and gorgeous color photos of turn of the century Russia.

And finally, the trailer for Duncan Jones' (Moon) latest, Source Code:

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