Charles Isherwood: "Dare I suggest that 'Memphis' is the Michael Bolton of Broadway musicals? I do."
Say you're a film critic, and you were unable to file your review of 'All About Steve' until today ...
Warner Bros. and the Weinsteins make a big mistake.
On July 1, Wood will add "guest percussion" to a concert by author John Jeremiah Sullivan's band, Fayaway.
It's already earned spotless raves from both trades, Roger Ebert, and Richard Corliss.
Citing some apparently bogus policy, NPR has removed the names of Larry Craig and Charlie Crist from Nathan Lee's review of Kirby Dick's documentary.
Complete ballots from all 57 critics participating in our poll, whether they knew it or not.
Vulture checks with 57 of America's top critics to find out.
It certainly seems like it!
To give away the film's premise is to ruin its surprise ending, allegedly, and Lou just did.
Every critic wants to be Malcolm Gladwell. We thin-slice his critics into the following categories: Prigs, Wannabes, Accountants, and Haters.
Since when is a critic obligated to frame his review in such a way that it's unobjectionable to anti-gay interest groups?
'One memorable poop joke!'
Sutherland vowed to eat his copy of Rushdie's novel if it didn't win the Booker — and now he's backing out!
Wait, is she really as good as Lucille Freaking Ball?
'I suspect that there will be gasps during the end credits.' Wha?
We've taken the liberty of preparing Tom Cruise's For Your Consideration ad.
If Andrew Sarris's review is anything like we think it'll be, this movie could crack $20 million at the box office!
'Sometimes I think I am living in a nightmare.'
The 'New Yorker' critic comments on our claims that his army will soon take over New York.
But what will James Wood do with his power???
And Ebert seems to give Disney a thumbs-down.
We still don't want to see 'Space Chimps,' but we do want to see Neil Genzlinger write more movie reviews!
The annual junket might be useless, but it provides the Washington 'Post''s sharpest critic with a big, fat target.
A first-time novelist gets a Donna Tartt comparison, but Knopf publicists are likely slapping their foreheads nonetheless.