The 'Times Book Review' includes a highly questionable quotation purported to be from Heath Ledger. Vulture calls B.S.
The serious Abu Ghraib documentary or the stoner Guantánamo comedy?
Revisiting John Simon's review of the notorious 1983 Broadway flop.
The new supplement's review of 'All the Young Literary Men' reads like an 'Observer' Young Turk profile, but meaner.
While Patrick Goldstein makes a number of excellent points about the changing role of criticism in American culture, his essay suffers from its anticlimactic conclusion.
The most prominent dance critic in America is reviewing a TV show that features a dancing Monica Seles.
'Times' reviewer Roberta Smith makes a valiant effort to boil down several chaotic, crazy-ass Murakamis into words, and the results are telling.
Nope, '21' didn't get any better once 'New Republic' movie critic Christopher Orr actually saw it.
It's not often that you go into opening night already knowing that both critics for the 'Times' are already on record as disliking your show.
A critic strikes back against movie trailers that give the whole movie away.
You'll be covering your eyes and reading through your fingers.
But is it really love?
Just when we were getting all revved up with righteous indignation, guess who delivers a welcome blast of critical dismissal?
A.O. Scott, open your heart to the magic of bronzed and gleaming Hollywood stars!
But now, thanks to the market-expanding popularity of the Nintendo Wii, gamers are buying crap just like the rest of us.
Such is the paucity of non-laughable films appearing today that even the Times' estimable A.O. Scott must take one for the team and review Over Her Dead Body.
Even Christianity Today gets in on the act.
New York's book critic is the winner of the Balakian Citation for Excellence in Reviewing from the NBCC.
Did David Denby really say that?
The movie that cost its star an Oscar is deemed the Worst of the Year.
"No, Mom. I’m not Ivan Brunetti’s girlfriend."
A Times reviewer freaks out in the middle of his big break.
Take that, unsuitably elitist New York film critics!
Shame on you, critics! Shame on you for picking movies you really like!
"Consider this bit of sacrilege a taste of what's to come."