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December 21, 2012 3:41 PM

2012 reports of film’s death greatly exaggerated

“The movies are dead.” That was the mantra of some popular film writers in 2012. They fretted that movies no longer mattered, that they had been replaced by long-form TV narratives at the water cooler, that they were so empty and disposable they didn’t leave you with anything to talk about.

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