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Morganstern’s Batman footnote

(Scott Johnson) Joe Morganstern’s Wall Street Journal review of the new Batman movie was published in Friday’s paper and was obviously written in advance of the Aurora shootings. Morganstern appended the following “note about the perils of being a movie critic in the age of polarized fandom” to his review: I may have saved my life without realizing it by liking “The Dark Knight Rises
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