A perfect example of my definition of high art is the Oscar-nominated The Secret of Kells. It uses traditional 2-D techniques and is completely accessible -- what my recent critic might call solidly bourgeois middlebrow.
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Things that have been bugging me lately but which aren't worth an entire post:
Why is it that the first thing a 3D film does to establish its, well, ...
For the first time in recent memory, none of the best-director nominees directed movies that weren't also nominated for best picture.
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