- ANYONE WHO WOULD LIKE TO ENTER THEIR FAVORITES ON THE CRIMESPREE CINEMA WEBSITE THROUGH JANUARY 10, email Jeremy Lynch.
First a question, work related. I have been advised to use word press to set up a blog for a program at my university. The blog will function as a news source among other things for students and alumni. Do those of you who use word press recommend it for this use? I have only used blogger.
Crimespree Cinema's Jeremy Lynch has invited authors, reviewers, bloggers to offer five favorites of '09 from film, television, or DVD:
I'd prefer to do Nine Nuggets from '09 but I'm playing by Mister Lynch's rules and sticking to five.
An Education-A complex look at what an education, defined broadly, means to a woman in the early sixties.
Lorna's Silence-the Dardenne Brothers' look at the desperation of immigrants and those who prey on them.
The Hurt Locker-the best movie so far about the current war. It hurts so bad.
Mad Men-a show that captures the ambiguity of American life circa 1963. Style and substance (IMHO).
Dexter-a show that succeeds based on superlative writing, acting and ambience. Every surprise, every situation arises from a solid foundation.