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Wednesday Links (7/11/12)

Posted July 11, 2012 by Max in Discuss

In my continued attempt to be a better community player, I have complied another six links of posts you can’t afford to miss.

Comic Book Fans: Walking Dead issue #100 comes out today.

Check out some of the best from the past week:

Over at Top 10 Films fellow Cinematic Consensus Group member Daniel Stephens asked Neal Damiano of Filmwad to list his favourite “quintessential” 1980s films that not only highlight the highs and lows of the decade but are well worth seeing as well.

Rodney Twelftree of Fernby Films has reached a new plateau…500 reviews! Congratulations to Rodney and here’s to 500 more.

Earlier this week, Jaina from Time Well Spent mentioned that she had watched Raising Arizona over the weekend. I have never seen the film, but have always intended to. Check out her thoughts of the Coen Brothers Classic.

I absolutely love Sati’s Visual Parallels posts over at Cinematic Corner. So with great privilege here’s the link to her newest: Mulholland Dr. + Young Adult

Feel like there’s a gap in your film watching history? Can that gap be filled with a giant Totoro? Stevee from Cinematic Paradox continues her look into anime films watching Grave of the Fireflies and The Girl Who Leapt Through Time.

Remember who I mentioned I had to sit through the Katy Perry movie this past weekend? Remember how I didn’t write a review for it? Well here’s a brave soul that actually saw the picture and wrote a review! Alex from And So it Begins reviews the film with some help from a friend.

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Max

Chief Editor of Impassionedcinema. A film enthusiast who studies and creates his own films. Criticizing movies is his favorite pass-time.