Must-click links: Egypt, Super Bowl bloat, Tom Cruise under FBI investigation, Kate Winslet in Mildred Pierce and more …

Salon.com's Matt Zoller Setiz on the Super Bowl's bloated, chaotic spectacle.


The U.S. plans to inject $53 billion into passenger rail — or not.


Wired.com: Amazing infographic on organized crime.


Short Film: The External World by David OReilly:



The Economist: Some regulations might hinder job growth, but a more pressing concern may be state licensing.


The already infamous Broadway musical Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark is getting some truly dismal reviews. The word "train-wreck" is used frequently.


Planet Money: Where are they now: An update on the new financial rules.


Ezra Klein: The real threat to health care reform (hint: its not the Supreme Court).


Reverse Shot reviews Poetry, the latest film by Korean director Lee Chang-dong (Secret Sunshine).


New trailer Todd Haynes' highly-anticipated HBO miniseries Mildred Pierce starring Kate Winslet:



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.

NPR: Wael Ghonim has  'Galvanized' Protesters In Egypt:

The recent Paul Haggis New Yorker article on Scientology has opened a big can of worms: Tom Cruise and Scientology are now under FBI investigation.

Vulture: The Chris Ware designed poster for last year's' Cannes Golden Palm-winner, Uncle Boonmee who can Recall his Past Lives, is absolutely stunning!! The film opens in select cites March 1st.

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