Sunday, June 26, 2005


Armond White is officially the King of Haterade.
Is there another critic that can dismiss a film with such casual vitriol and erudition? Check out this opening sentence:
"If I had never seen a film by D.W. Griffith, Antonioni, Ozu, John Ford, Vincente Minnelli or Prince, I might have been impressed by performance artist Miranda July's Cannes award-winning directorial debut, Me and You and Everyone We Know. "
For the record, I thought July's film was charming; funny-sad and whimsical and odd, bordering on the precocious but with talent and wit that justifies it.


At 4:19 PM, Blogger girish said...

Hey Ben,
Cool blog!!


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