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I liked that article in the seattlepi: “Fewer movies are being prescreened
for critics — and that’s a good thing” by WILLIAM ARNOLD. He is basically
interpreting the hesitation of some distributors to offer previews for
journalists and introduces his vision of what movies will receive what form
of media attention in the future. I have to say: I almost completely agree
with his notion that reserving all this newspaper space for reviews of films
you will either see anyway or that you won’t see anyway is “a waste of ink”
and that the other films – those where reviews actually make a difference –
are strangulated by this (in the US) Friday morning mayhem.

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