Chief Film Critic, National Post
Chris Knight is the chief film critic for the National Post.
arts.nationalpost.com — When Hollywood takes on exorcism, it generally includes improbable amounts of bodily fluids, spectral images in mirrors, and at least one shot of someone having their spine cracked by demonic forces. And before you ask "Who else takes on exorcism?"
youtube.com — This is a time lapse video created from the Raw Images available at http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl/multimedia/raw/ . Created from using only Full Data Product from the Front Left Hazcam. This is my first attempt at this process and hope to update and refine these videos as more data becomes available. Check back for more!
youtube.com — Coming Soon to Theaters Change the World, Speak Up: http://bit.ly/R841A3 When Chilean military dictator Augusto Pinochet, facing international pressure, calls for a referendum on his presidency in 1988, opposition leaders persuade a brash young advertising executive, Rene Saavedra (Gael Garcia Bernal), to spearhead their campaign.
space.com — International Latex Corporation (ILC) seamstresses are seen in 1967 sewing parts for the Apollo spacesuits worn on the moon. CREDIT: MIT Press From the studio that put Sandra Bullock in a spacesuit may now come a movie about the real-life seamstresses who traded sewing brassieres for stitching Neil Armstrong's lunar wardrobe.
newscientist.com — Can you pick out the flaws in a muddled argument? Do you have a knack for giving pedestrian prose the sparkle that will turn it into a compelling read? If so, you may be the talented person New Scientist is looking for to take up a paid six-month traineeship with the magazine's subediting team at our central London office.
arts.nationalpost.com — The morality, and hence audience sympathy, of the American outlaw depends on his inviolable, but intensely personal, code; he may live outside society's laws, but only because they are less pure, less true, than his own. Omar robs drug dealers; The Man With No Name kills the sadistic; Domenic Toretto (Vin Diesel) protects his family.
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