It's a Wonderful Blog-A-Thon
Welcome, folks, to the It's a Wonderful Blog-A-Thon. There will be posts throughout the day on my various takes on the cinematic "classic" It's a Wonderful Life. I happen to think it's overrated, and I will spend my posts attempting do deconstruct various aspects that annoy me about the film, including a more feminist perspective on the world without George Bailey and a look at various inconsistencies which tug at the string that hold It's a Wonderful Life together. This post will be updated throughout the day with posts from all over the internet. If you wish to contribute, simply write a piece and let me know either by commenting on this post or by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy the reading.
Jacqueline over at Another Old Movie Blog writes about George and the housing crisis.
I examine Mary in the world without George.
M.A. Peel looks at how angry George can get.
Weepingsam at The Listening Ear gives a wonderful defense and analysis of the film.