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Monthly Archives: February 2010
Following this year’s Superbowl, viewers who stayed tuned to CBS were treated to the premiere of the network’s new series, Undercover Boss, in which COO of Waste Management Corp., Larry O’Donnell, dons coveralls to go undercover in his own corporation. … Continue reading
No one was surprised to see Avatar and Up in the Air nominated for Oscars. What is surprising, perhaps, is that these two films offer unusually direct commentaries on the current political economy. Avatar, at first glance, is a classic … Continue reading
Last month, I received an email inviting me to vote for films nominated to receive an NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) image award. The email stated the film Precious had been nominated for a NAACP image … Continue reading