The Morning Read: ‘Space Jam,’ Netflix Using Piracy and Not Khan

By  · Published on September 16th, 2013

The best movie culture writing from around the internet-o-sphere.

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“Space Jam’s character-ruining tackiness” – Nathan Rabin uses his cold, black heart to tear the super awesome (yet completely terrible) Michael Jordan-barely-there-starring flick.

“Is There Any Satisfying Way to End a Modern Drama” – Matt Zoller Seitz asks and answers against a mountain of expectations.

“Find Out How Khan Almost Wasn’t Khan” – With Roberto Orci, 1701 News digs into how they shoehorned Khan into a villain who wasn’t Khan.

“How Netflix Uses Piracy to Pick Its Programming” – A powerful new source for market research.

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