This week has all been about Moneyball. Having seen it last Thursday I have been riding the buzz all weekend, which is a good thing because I have been varying degrees of tired (an epic basketball session on the weekend) and hungover (right now). Also this week I re-watched and reviewed Office Space, continued my Godard-a-thon with Contempt and included my thoughts on Sleepaway Camp, El Topo, Broken Embraces and American Graffiti in a Quick Reviews post. I also posted my Top 10 Films of the 80's, 90's and 00's. Overall, it's been a busy week with more viewing than writing. It's also a week I got to see Dwayne Wade in Sydney.
Enough ramble. On with the links:
Jessica @ The Velvet Cafe sparks some great discussion in her Musings on Film Recommendations.
Kevyn Knox @ The Most Beautiful Fraud in the World presents his thoughts on Citizen Kane for True Classic's The Citizen Kane Debate.
For a pair of honest reviews of Clint Eastwood's new film, J. Edgar, check out Sam's @ Duke and the Movies and Ryan's @ The Matinee.
The guys @ The LAMBcast discuss Duncan Jone's Moon.
My buddy Dwayne @ The Lennox Files reviews Moneyball.
Steven @ Surrender to the Void shares his thoughts on Julia Leigh's Sleeping Beauty.
Gleen Dunks @ Stale Popcorn writes an entertaining review of Shark Night 3D for Trespass Magazine.
Tyler @ Southern Vision shares his Beginner's Guide to Ingmar Bergman.
Colin @ Pick 'n' Mix Flix gets around to reviewing Snowtown. We share similar opinions of the film. There's no denying it is the Australian Film of the Year.
Max @ Impassioned Cinema runs a great site. Check out his post on the Animated Film Oscar Race.
James @ Cinema Sights reviews The Iron Giant. I need to see this.
Nikhat @ Being Norma Jean unveils her Top 100 Films.
Nick Prigge @ Cinema Romantico reviews a classic - From Here to Eternity.
Finally, Alex @ And So it Begins revisits a classic scene from Oliver Stone's Platoon.