Great Moments In Film Criticism

February 25th, 2008at 09:12pm Posted by Eli

From Neil Best’s blog at Newsday, which is typically about sports. But since “Mike and the Mad Dog” (Mike Francesa and Chris Russo) decided to talk about the Oscars on their very popular sports talk radio show…

Mike just said he thought “Gentleman’s Agreement” was about Quakers.

I have no idea where that came from, but I found it very amusing.

And Chris just called Emile Zola “Emily” Zola.

I love this job.

(…)

(UPDATE: I think they just mixed up “Three Faces of Eve” and “All About Eve” and a movie that doesn’t exist called “Five Faces of Eve” but I just don’t know anymore. It’s all a blur now. I have to stop.)

(ANOTHER UPDATE: Chris called “Patton” a George C. Scott “farce” and “Gone With the Wind” a Vivien Leigh “farce.” Did he mean “tour de force?” I don’t know.)

They should probably stick to sports, where they are a farce to be reckoned with.

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