Must-click links: 100 greatest British films, Egypt in transition, DiCaprio in Eastwood's J. Edgar, Obamacare, Natalie Portman, the end of trends and much more …

The Playlist: Emir Kusturica (Underground, Arizona Dream) to adapt epic Bosnian novel The Bridge On The Drina that may or may not star Johnny Depp.

The A.V. Club on the brilliance of Buster Keaton's physical comedy.

Madea is back. has a fascinating look at Natalie Portman's generational appeal.

The end of trends: If it's hot, it's over.

Huffington Post: Stunning new images of Antarctica.

Sound on Sight: Watch clips of all the 2011 Oscar nominated short films.

Planet Money Podcast: Writing the new finance rules. Also: Why China should worry about Egypt.

McCabe & Mrs. Miller — a video essay:

Must-Click Links of the Day is a collection of (mostly random) movie and news links we hope will peak your interest and spark discussion. We encourage you to send us your suggestions for the next day’s post to [email protected] and leave comments.

Time Out London: 100 greatest British films.

Egypt's military to Protesters: "Demands will be met."

First Look at Leonardo DiCaprio in Clint Eastwood’s J. Edgar.

The Daily Beast: Four reason's the Supreme Court will uphold Obama's health care reform bill.

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