Must-click links: Sundance, Terri, taxes, King's Speech inaccuracies, Fox News, Franco visits Stewart and much more …

Jon Stewart offers Oscar hosting advice to James Franco:

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New York Times film critic A.O. Scott on our current Golden Age of foreign film, mostly unseen.

Scientific American: God may work in mysterious ways — but cognitive science is getting a handle on them.

To the Best of our Knowledge explores why we procrastinate.

A Sarah Palin WTF moment: "We need more Spudnut moments in America!"

An ode to cinema's greatest slaps:

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Sundance 2011: Director Azazel Jacobs (The GoodTimes Kid, Mamma's Man) looks to have a crossover hit on his hands with the coming-of-age film Terri:

The Economix blog: Winners and losers of the U.S. Corporate tax code.

Guy Lodge of examines the "historical hiccups" of Oscar darling The Kings Speech. The New York Review of Books also has some harsh words.

Salon's Steve Kornacki explores the origins of Fox News.

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