Of the Day – 06.03.10

Read of the Day:

News of the Day:

  • This sounds like something from The Onion, but in fact, it’s true. James Cameron has been brought on to help come up with ideas on how to solve the Gulf Oil crisis. [Vulture]

Review of the Day:

  • Thomas Leupp suggests that Sex and the City 2 might be used as terrorist-recruiting propaganda. [Hollywood.com]

Free Movie of the Day:

  • If you’re lucky enough to have Netflix, there are new titles available for instant viewing including The Messenger, Up, The Pianist, and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. [First Showing]

Movie Quote of the Day:

  • “How about we play a game?”
    “All right.”
    “Okay, I’m thinking of something orange, and it’s small…”
    “It’s me.”
    “I’m thinking of something orange and small…”
    “Me again.”
    “All right, Mr. Smartypants… It’s orange and small, and has stripes…”
    “Me, and the next one – just a guess – me.
    “Okay, that’s just scary.”
    Yesterday’s Answer: Easy Rider (1969)

Picture of the Day:

  • (Above) Some very awesome pictures from Ralph Fiennes’ upcoming film Coriolanus. [KinoGallery via JoBlo]

Video of the Day:

  • Check out this fascinating behind the scenes look at Christopher Nolan’s Inception, which was filmed in twice as many countries as The Dark Knight! [YouTube via Awards Daily]

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  • I plan to check out “The Messenger” and “The Pianist” very soon. I love Netflix.

  • Jose


  • By the way, the quote is from “Finding Nemo”. Great movie. Great quote, too, although I prefer these:

    “Es-cap-peh. I wonder what that means. It’s spelled just like the word escape…”

    “I shall call him squishy and he shall be mind, and he shall be my squishy.”

    and of course:

    “I can read? That’s right, I can read!”

  • Should have read “mine”, not “mind”. My mistake.

  • Brandon Cooley

    I just rented Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid from Netflix a week ago. That’s too bad.

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