Movies that Span Generations

Friday, August 21, 2009

Our panel of critics discuss the controversy over Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds, a darkly twisted look at the hunt for Adolph Hitler. We also look at Shorts, a new kids' film that has appeal for adults, and Robin Williams’ newest movie, indie-festival darling World's Greatest Dad. On our panel today: Karina Longworth, editor of SpoutBlog; and Rafer Guzman, film critic for Newsday.

Click through to see a trailer for "Shorts"



Rafer Guzman and Karina Longworth

Hosted by:

Amy Holmes


Jen Poyant

Comments [1]


If they called it a 'black box', then it's also a sly comment about how one uses something, assumes things about it, but doesn't know how it works. And that is something that is very troubling in modern society these days, that people don't really know what they're using or what impact it has (or what great lengths were taken and years of research were done that allowed said device to work)

Aug. 21 2009 08:29 AM

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