Big Kodak moment

Tomorrow night’s Barack-vs.-Hillary debate at Hollywood’s Kodak theatre will be a political version of an American Idol season finale. Moderated by Wolf Blitzer, questions from L.A. Times reporter Doyle McManus and Politico‘s Jeanne Cummings, no time limits — 5 to 6:30 pm Pacific. Invited guests will be let in at 2:30 pm, doors close at 4 pm; cameras, cell phones and PDA’s verboten. This column will shut down around noon or so.

9 thoughts on “Big Kodak moment

  1. The future of this country could play out tonight in what is one of the most important and intriguing debates in recent history…
    …but elevating this debate to legendary status is its venue…people will be talking about the Kodak Theater for years and years…at cocktail parties people will be asking each other, where were you when Hillary and Obama squared off in the Kodak???

  2. Slate’s review: “Friedberg and Seltzer do not practice the same craft as P.T. Anderson, David Cronenberg, Michael Bay, Kevin Costner, the Zucker Brothers, the Wayans Brothers, Uwe Boll, any dad who takes shaky home movies on a camping trip, or a bear who turns on a video camera by accident while trying to eat it.”
    It’s going to be hard going this year, knowing the #1 choice on all the ten worst lists has already been decided upon.

  3. Slate’s review: “Friedberg and Seltzer do not practice the same craft as P.T. Anderson, David Cronenberg, Michael Bay, Kevin Costner, the Zucker Brothers, the Wayans Brothers, Uwe Boll, any dad who takes shaky home movies on a camping trip, or a bear who turns on a video camera by accident while trying to eat it.”

    It’s going to be hard going this year, knowing the #1 choice on all the ten worst lists has already been decided upon.

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