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Summer Wins
Kudos to you and your Summer Movie Preview. I enjoyed it immensely. The month-by-month guide to the movies was a good way of highlighting the best movies of the summer. I've subscribed to your magazine now for 2 1/2 years and have yet to be disappointed.
John DeMartino
Plantation, Fla.

I've been a subscriber from day one, and I look forward every year to your Summer Movie Preview. You've outdone yourselves. Great job!
Mark Siegel
Alexandria, Va.

Defending 'Seinfeld'
Jerry Seinfeld is right when he says that it is a critic's natural tendency to try to find problems where there are none. Seinfeld is just as funny, witty, and original as it's always been. In printing an unnecessarily negative article, EW, an otherwise great publication, has jumped on the Seinfeld-bashing bandwagon.
Noah Smock
Baltimore, Ohio

Watch It, Buster
I find it endlessly annoying that reviewers like David Hajdu and other critics of silent film must consistently praise Buster Keaton at the expense of Charlie Chaplin. Can't we simply acknowledge the timeless comic genius of both?
Roberta Blake
Secaucus, N.J.

'Hard' to Take
John McTiernan should have thought of the people of Oklahoma City when he released Die Hard With a Vengeance one month after the April 19 bombing. I love the Die Hard movies, normally. And my husband is a big Bruce Willis fan. But right now I and many Oklahomans can't stomach it.
Pamala Plaster
Midwest City, Okla.

Gold Rush
You ask what Pizza Hut was thinking when it hired Rush Limbaugh to endorse its pizza. What were Calvin Klein and Gianni Versace thinking when they hired bare-breasted babes for their ads? Hey, maybe politically incorrect stuff sells.
Bob Zilller
New Richmond, Wis.

I am amazed at your selection of TV Loser of the Week. If you want to know why Rush Limbaugh was picked by Pizza Hut, look at the May 22 issue of Business Week. Rush sells.
Jeffrey A. DeMaso
Middletown, Conn.

'So-Called' Execs
Thanks to ABC's decision to cancel My So-Called Life, we now know the answer to the age-old question, What if Beavis and Butt-head were hired as network executives?
Matt Stokes
Richland, Wash.

Originally posted Jun 16, 1995 Published in issue #279 Jun 16, 1995 Order article reprints
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