At 8:30 a.m., this year's Oscar nominations will be announced, also known as national Gah! What Were Those Idiot Voters Thinking Day. We can't wait, so in the meantime, we give you this:
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Selena Gomez comes to Barclays
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Editor's note: In "Tweets Is Watching," Phillip Mlynar asks local artists questions based solely on the contents of their Twitter timeline. A$AP Ferg is gearing up for the release of his Trap Lord mixtape, which should build on the success of his anthem-in-the-making "Work" and establish him as the ... More >>
Lots of plays and movies enter into the category of "love/hate"--i.e., people worship at their feet or find them utterly repellent, but no one thinks they're just OK. For example, Oz, The Great and Powerful, Spring Breakers, Twilight, and The Tree of Life come to mind as classic love/hate movies, ... More >>
Still salty, less wounded
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The Spring Breakers director explains it all
If you think Oz The Great and Powerful is a scandal, wait till you see James Franco in Spring Breakers, in which he's Alien, a cornrowed, silver-toothed rapper/dealer who watches Scarface on heavy rotation, goes down on guns on command, and has a lovely artistic side to match his psychotic one. In ... More >>
As you know, this week's column is a wildly informative tete-a-tete with Harmony Korine, the 40-year-old provocateur whose latest act of outrage is Spring Breakers, in which James Franco takes some vacationing babes on an immorality spree. The movie's a big hit and has gotten some raves, so I aske ... More >>
A thrilling corruption of the Disney-princess set
Spring Breakers’ provocative director on the darkness beneath college partiers’ booze, boobs, and bad decisions.
Sorry James Franco, this Oz is neither great nor powerful
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