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Re: “Downing

A few minutes of journalistic due diligence would have enlightened the author of this pointless, half-baked piece to two key facts she lazily only speculates about: 1. The movie began production in early June 2010, thus the location decision would have necessarily been made no later than the start of the year, long before 1070 was on the national radar. 2. Because New Mexico has long offered producers a financial incentive package far superior to Arizona's, every Hollywood production that's written for Arizona is shot in New Mexico, Texas or some other 'film friendly' state that's not Arizona. This includes "3:10 to Yuma."

Alas for our poor author's rote stab at expressing her minority politics, the decision to film in New Mexico was due solely to financial considerations, not - was this a laugh line? - "our brutally stupid politics."

At least she gets one thing right: "District 9" is indeed a "thrilling" movie.

Posted by locust on 12/10/2010 at 12:42 PM

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