Must-click links: Siskel & Ebert online, recall Rick Scott, Coke's formula revealed, Meek's Cutoff, Alan Sepinwall, internatonal response to Egypt, Bieber gets political, Borders goes under and much more …

[image-1]Only two months into the year we already have some brilliant new movie posters. Today's two standouts: Kelly Reichardt's indie Western Meek's Cutoff, and the Korean horror film I saw the Devil.

Alan Sepinwall changed TV criticism, but can you be a rabid fan and a thoughtful reviewer?'s John Dickerson on the proposed federal budget: "Obama's spending plan is so timid he must be working on a smarter plan we don't know about."

Slant Magazine is listing the best albums of the ’90s all this week. Today's picks are #60-#41.

Look out Harvey Weinstein! The next big indie mogul could be heiress Megan Ellison. In just two weeks she has financially saved Paul Tomas Anderson's (There Will Be Blood) adaptation of Inherent Vise and picked up the rights to Wong Kar-Wai's martial-arts epic The Grandmasters. gives us a quick roundup of what's going on at the 2011 Berlin Film Festival.

Natalie Portman cries a lot:

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.

Siskel & Ebert now have a online archive with all their surviving old shows, including the above clip on film criticism.

Recall Rick Scott!

And why living in a Tea Party-governed state means no science, no fast trains, and no rights for women.

Foreign How China and Russia see the Egyptian revolution.

Did last week's This American Life episode give away Coca-Cola's secret formula?

Justin Bieber gets political and calls the U.S. heath care system "evil."

Borders files for bankruptcy, owes publishers 230 million and will 200 stores.

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