I’ll be catching the second half of Martin Scorsese‘s George Harrison: Living in the Material World at a New York Film Festival press screening in a little while. And then I have a Bennett Miller interview at 2:30 pm. I’ll have a break from 3:30 to 6:30 pm before attending the MOMA screening of The Ides of March followed by an after-dinner. So no more filing until the late afternoon.
In the meantime I’ll be looking forward to Sasha Stone‘s Moneyball piece, as she saw it last night and tweeted a very positive reaction. Read Robert Willonsky‘s Village Voice review (“It really happened, it’s really corny, and it’s really great“) and a view by The Observer‘s Rex Reed (“A subtle, elegant and altogether triumphant film about a subject I thought I was tired of, told with an artistry and freshness that is positively thrilling“).