Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Critics Rant and You Can Join Them!

If you're reading this post, I'm willing to wager that you're a television fan. Most fans of tv shows tend to be film buffs, too, so I'd bet you fall into that category, as well.

So, even though this news isn't Tina Fey-centric, I think it has a high degree of applicability. I've discovered a groovy website where the film and television criticism runs deep, smart and fast. It's called Critics Rant and it's a "must" addition to your favorites list.

The idea behind Critics Rant is simple enough--let people climb up on a virtual soapbox to discuss (and yes, critique) new movies (they have great movie reviews there), DVD releases and television programming. They're creating a vibrant community of people sharing opinions and ideas.

If you dig TV and film, you should check out the site and its forums. They have a newsletter, they give away free DVDs to site members, and more. Heck, they even cover video games.

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