Category Archives: Journalism

Ten Years… I Should Have Joined the Peace Corps

Dear Constant Reader, With all the writing and movie screenings of the past week, I nearly forgot that today is a pretty significant milestone for me: Mark Reviews Movies turns 10. This is actually how I prefer it.  The fact … Continue reading

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So Is the Score 9 out of 10 for the Beer or the Game?

Stumbled across an interesting blog piece over at IGN that I had to share after the discussion of journalistic integrity arose again after the whole TechCrunch/Moviefone/AOL debacle. I enjoy heading over to IGN for video game reviews, because, well, I’m … Continue reading

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If You Can’t Be Snarky Here…

Some background is necessary. It started innocently enough. Alexia Tsotsis, a writer for TechCrunch, was invited to interview director Duncan Jones and Jake Gyllenhaal for their new film Source Code (presumably by Summit Entertainment or a rep of the studio, … Continue reading

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