Monday, October 29, 2007


AO Scott, film critic at The New York Times, is one of the best and sharpest critics in the country. Recently, there have been quite a few articles in the mainstream media about how the recent spate Iraq/Middle-East themed films (IN THE VALLEY OF ELAH, THE KINGDOM, RENDITION) have preformed weakly at the domestic box office, with even more (LIONS FOR LAMBS, REDACTED, CHARLIE WILSON'S WAR, THE KITE RUNNER) on their way to multiplexes in the next two months.

Here's a link to AO Scott's recent article about this matter; it's the best that I've read yet:

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