The Week That Was

The Week That WasThe world of blogging movies is a fast one. Often there is so much going on that you might miss something. With that in mind, FSR head honcho Neil Miller brings you the best of the week that was. All of the reviews, interviews and best editorials from the writers that call themselves Rejects. So come on in, click around and behold the wonder that is the Week That Was.

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The Week That Was

If you are anything like me — and I hope, for the sake of those around you, that you are not — then you only read Film School Rejects for the pictures. The words within the articles can sometimes be very difficult to decipher. Especially when we let Landon “Thesaurus-saurus” Palmer out of his cage. It’s that college reading level writing that keeps us locked in our niche (read: readership of 12. Hi Mom!). And for most readers (and site publishers), it makes all of our stuff pretty inaccessible. But there are the pictures… With that in mind, I’d like to focus this entry of The Week That Was on the articles with the best pictures. I’ve also thrown in a few with some fancy wordiness, for good measure. Please enjoy and click around on all of the stuff you missed earlier in the week while you were slowly re-reading Culture Warrior for the 35th time.

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The Week That Was

Around here, we don’t ask much of you, dear reader. However, we do ask that you are honest with yourself. And if you’re honest with yourself this week, you’ll probably note that you’ve (sadly) missed a lot of wonderful articles that our crack staff of writers have put together. I know I have. So it’s time to catch up, to get tuned in, and get your fill of all the wonderful editorials, reviews and (when we feel like it) movie news that you missed. It’s also time for the return of my own weekly endeavor, The Week That Was. The column that talks about the week… that was. Get it? I look back over the last seven days and select for you the highlights. Just in case you were busy waging a maritime war against bloodthirsty prehistoric fish, or something of the like.

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These Walls are Furry

You wouldn’t know it if you aren’t a top-ranking member of the FSR staff, but it’s been a busy week around here.

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To continue to draw your ever-shrinking attention spans to the best of what happens on the pages of this fair website, I will be coming to you every Saturday with The Week That Was, our version of “Best of the Week.”

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The Best of the Rejects

The weekend is here. That means it’s time to sit back, relax and enjoy the Best of the Rejects.

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The Best of the Rejects

The weekend is here. That means it’s time to sit back, relax and enjoy the Best of the Rejects.

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The Best of the Rejects

The weekend is here. That means it’s time to sit back, relax and enjoy the Best of the Rejects.

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The Editor

Why not spend your Sunday afternoon reading about the latest happenings in the word of me, Neil Miller, Executive Editor of FSR. This week we congratulate two of our own on new roles and welcome 4 awesome new weekly features.

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South by Southwest 2008

All in all, we saw an amazing group of films and experienced a festival atmosphere that is second to none — but these 10 stood out at the best of the fest.

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