Let the debate begin!

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The day is upon us and we approach the podium for the Great Movie Debate.  Expect submissions to be updated as the spotlight shines on each of these bloggers and his/her chosen argument today and tomorrow.

I will host the following group today, Saturday:

Critica Retro defends THE BIRTH OF A NATION (1915) in 40 important ways!

THE BIG SLEEP (1946): The Head-Scratching Film Noir by Silver Screenings

Movie Movie Blog Blog submits: Unhappy with the world Welles creates his own – a defense of CITIZEN KANE (1941)

Girls Do Film takes on a controversial position of arguing against CITIZEN KANE (1941)

Let’s Go to the Movies argues for CASABLANCA (1942)

Nitrate Stock defends Kubrick’s LOLITA (1962) against…

Once Upon a Screen who says “move on” to Kubrick’s LOLITA (1962)

Tim at The Cinematic Packrat, my co-host in this endeavor will host the following debaters on Sunday:

Movies, Silently reviews and defends THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (1908) but…

Margaret Perry says THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (1908) IS NOT SHAKESPEARE AT ALL!

THE CONSTANT NYMPH (1943) is the cinematic pet peeve of Paula’s Cinema Club (Against)

THE BIG SLEEP (1946) is hard to understand perhaps, but smart says The Cinematic Packrat

Outspoken & Freckled discusses AVATAR (2009) OR Why she didn’t like this Blue Man Group

Christy Putnam gives you the case for DARK PASSAGE (1947)

A sincere THANKS goes out to all the participants who took on a most difficult task – and to you for attending.

Aurora

 

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