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• Someone watched all the Saw movies and lived to talk about it. The Onion AV Club has the story.
• The New York Times punches holes in the painfully trite new cop movie, Pride and Glory by showcasing the worst genre cliches in the film. A sample:
The New York police story that sticks in the public consciousness usually includes some or all of these elements: THE CONFLICTED POLICE OFFICER, who is torn between enforcing the law and watching the backs of his relatives or buddies in homicide/narcotics/missing persons/the seven-six. By the way, he has “seen some things.” Not things like traffic on the Belt Parkway or a matinee performance of “Mamma Mia!” But things that he really, really doesn’t want to talk about. Just leave it alone. O.K.? Just leave it.
• Ken Levine reviews Diner.
• Guess what? Joss Whedon's Dollhouse almost did fall apart.
• Stephen King talks to Salon about The Stand, 30 years later.
• If you care, Times Online has 10 Things You Didn't Know About Pink Floyd.
• Continuing their great series on writing novels, PoeWar asks "How good is your bad guy?"
• The Corrections author Jonathan Franzen apparently hates everything.
• WTF? Led Zeppelin is getting back together? Apparently. And without Robert Plant!
• I Watch Stuff compares Star Trek promo shots, new and old. See above.
• Gawker ponders the question: Could Gus Van Sant's Milk suck?
• Film School Rejects thinks RocknRolla might be good.