REVIEW: Did Baz Luhrmann forget what The Great Gatsby was about or did I?

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I get the feeling most people view The Great Gatsby, of which they remember the title, the author, a few lines, and not much else, through the lens of their childhood, something Important, in black and white, like an old photograph.


You Luhrmann’d my Gatsby!

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For lovers of Jazz Age literature, I thought it couldn't get any better than Woody Allen's fictionalized depictions of Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald (to say nothing of Hemingway) in Midnight in Paris.


9.26 The Cooler

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The Great Gatsby might be in 3D

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When I first heard Baz Luhrmann would be <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2010/11/carey-mulligan-daisy-in-luhrmanns-great-gatsby" target="_blank">making a film adaptation</a> of The Great Gatsby, my first thought was, "BUT WILL IT BE DARK AND/OR GRITTY.


Benjamin Bitchassness

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There’s been a considerable amount of buzz surrounding The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and its chances at winning multiple Oscars this award season.

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