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MOVIES: Everyone Likes "The Class" But Dan Brown

The-class-france-s-2008-oscar-nomination-film-the-class-cannes-palme-dor-oscar-france French movie "The Class" (Entre Les Murs) has garnered a ton of positive reviews for its nuanced portrayal of a lively classroom of diverse students outside Paris.  But that's not enough for blogger Dan Brown, who calls out the movie for "the startling hollowness of its narrative." 

Geez.  I bet Dan thought that Slumdog Millionaires was unrealistic poverty porn that shouldn't have won all those Oscars, too. 


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