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Mark Harris
Books: Pictures at a Revolution ('08), Five Came Back ('14, Netflix '17), Mike Nichols ('20). Journalist: etc. Tweets: Cheerful, curious, mad, serious.
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Mark Harris 17h
All of the Tarantino takes I’m reading from Cannes sound like “It sure is a movie! Only Quentin! I like France!” Suddenly I miss premature assertiveness.
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Mark Harris 22h
"I should get to do spoilers because I personally don't mind spoilers" and "Everybody shut up because I haven't seen this yet but I still want access to all social media" are both bad.
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Mark Harris May 20
Replying to @clmazin
I've gotta say, that combination of camerawork and pacing and lighting and sound mixing in the last sequence of E2 was astonishing. Pure storytelling. The stuff of nightmares.
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Mark Harris May 20
Replying to @clmazin
Sorry it took me a while! It really is fantastic. Halfway through E2 I said out loud "How are any of us alive?" So...uh....thanks?
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Mark Harris May 20
I caught up with the first two parts of Chernobyl tonight and it is excellent: Bleak and punishing, as one would expect, but also lucid, specific, and very thoughtfully dramatized. The preponderance of unfamiliar faces makes it even more effective.
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Mark Harris May 20
Replying to @BrendanLemon
Clearly I've been doing it wrong.
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Mark Harris May 20
Replying to @MarkHarrisNYC
Just to start near the beginning: Cruising, Making Love, Personal Best, The Hunger... Not to mention more films from studio-owned indies than I can count. I get that the stakes are different for a would-be mainstream summer blockbuster but there's no need to invent a milestone.
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Mark Harris May 20
I keep seeing this assertion--this one is from the NYTimes, linked to The Hollywood Reporter--and it's not even close to true.
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Mark Harris May 20
Replying to @licjulie
This makes me very happy!
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Mark Harris May 20
Truly excited to see this perfect match of actress and role. They've had this date from the beginning!
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Mark Harris May 20
Reminder that Lindsey Graham is a huge apocalypse queen and his war fetishism basically got him laughed out of the 2016 race by his own party.
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Mark Harris May 19
Replying to @PAPPADEMAS
This might be the night's best GoT tweet.
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Mark Harris May 19
I watched the final two episodes of Game of Thrones closely and I'm not an expert but the one criticism you're really going to have to explain to me is "rushed."
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Mark Harris May 19
Oh, for the moment when this marriage fully hits the rocks.
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Mark Harris May 19
Replying to @TheFienPrint
That was just the end of Part II. We're still waiting to hear from HBO about a new season.
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Mark Harris May 19
Replying to @TheFienPrint
I'm not familiar with what you're talking about.
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Mark Harris May 19
What was the last fan-culture phenomenon that ended in a way that satisfied the vast majority of its fans? Harry Potter?
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Mark Harris May 19
In my head, it ended with Arya checking out of Westworld, tipping the staff generously, and saying she'll be back next summer for sure.
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Mark Harris May 19
FUN FACT: The entire script for this episode was written in slow, painstaking calligraphy with sighs between each word.
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Mark Harris May 19
In conclusion...
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