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In Defense of Movie Blogs

Thanks to Ambrose Heron for this sharp defense of movie blogs. I suspect that many critics who are threatened by blogs have not read them. There are so many different kinds. Check out the links on this blog to see the range of smart writing about cinema on the web--including increasing numbers of bloggers who are professional critics.


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