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Attack the Block needs subtitles for an American release. That’s the divisive concept that has caused me to lose hours of time to Twitter this morning. Everyone with an emotional stake in the matter — from the purists who say that a movie should be released unaltered to those who love the movie so dearly that they’d accept (almost) any solution that would get it out there in front of American audiences — has an opinion about the matter. And the truth is that Attack the Block doesn’t need subtitles. But distributors think it might. Traditional distributors. Which is part of the reason why this film deserves a home at Drafthouse Films. That and as Brian Salisbury explained in his review, the film is excellent. So excellent that it’s rallied passion behind its cause — people who saw it premiere in Austin at SXSW this week want one thing: for the rest of you to be able to see it.



Last night, there were two news stories that broke rather late. But I would hardly call them news because pretty much everyone from Conan O’Brien to my family’s dog knew were true before they were ever reported.


With election season in full swing, it’s no surprise when news of someone ‘clarifying’ a statement hits the fan.


A recent poll by People Magazine has named Matt Damon the Sexiest Man Alive. What the f…

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