Sunday, March 05, 2006

Edelstein on the Oscars

At the beginning of the year, my favorite film critic David Edelstein left Slate for New York Magazine. He seems to have reigned himself in a bit there, but still worth checking out. He continues his annual Oscar chat with Lynda Obst at his new home. The site design is terrible, and the conversation is difficult to follow chronologically. Here's a list of the messages in order:
The discussion over at Slate between Bryan Curtis, Troy Patterson, and Dana Stevens is worth reading even if Edelstein isn't there.

Mike and I probably won't stay up for it all. Gone are the days when we used to have a party and invite people over. Now it's like the Tonys: something we have on in the background while we do Sudoku puzzles.

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