Good to read about a little class shown by entertainment stars.
"Crazy story about how one former NFL player lost his job shows how cutthroat and cheap the league can be"
As Michael Corleone famously said, "It's not personal . . . it's strictly business."
I think Heat is a really good movie, so I enjoyed this 8-minute video, especially the first half wherein I learned a little about telephoto lenses.
"366 Weird Movies" discusses Bonzai, an unexpectedly great movie.
But if you haven't seen it and want to watch, I'd recommend watching it at least twice. There's stuff that doesn't register fully--at least it didn't for me--the first time around.
And don't miss John Lithgow exclaiming in an outrageously fake-Italian/Slavic/Something Else accent, "Laugh-a while you can, monkey boy!" At the right time, with the right crowd, I think that would be a killer line to drop.
Long piece in GQ about what a really nice man Matt Damon is.
Excellent movies Michael Clayton and Buckaroo Bonzai get too short shrift here, but #3, Ferris Bueller, is quite appropriate.
An interesting look at what makes Steven Soderburgh's films different. (9 minute video.)