“[M. Night Shyamalan] hasn't made a really good movie since [Unbreakable].”
"Indulge, rather, my views on 'Gulliver’s Travels' which somewhat cleverly converts my great Satire into a gaudy, puerile Toy."
Can we believe Elisabeth Moss as any other character besides Peggy?
'Times' critic tears 'Bounty Hunter' apart in amusing fashion.
Scott: "The cigarettes are actually the best part of 'Nine.'"
Two accomplished critics! One stimulating discussion! With serious reviews from serious journalists!
Say hello to A.O. Scott and Michael Phillips!
Over at his blog, David Edelstein reviews two movies we didn't have space for in this week's magazine, and weighs in on A.O. Scott's recent essay on neo-neo realism.
In yesterday's 'Times' Academy Awards section, the paper's movie critics ostensibly make an Oscar case for some of their favorite films, but mostly they just try to score with Hathaway.
'Seven Pounds' was Smith's worst opening since 'Ali' in 2001.
Dargis doesn't like Clint Eastwood's movie, doesn't see James Gray's, and God knows what she would think of the Macauley Culkin sex movie.
A.O. Scott and Manohla Dargis take stock of American cinema, now that Judd Apatow has remade Hollywood in his own image.
Plus: 'Idol' does Mariah, and Axl Rose denies reality-show rumors.
You'll be covering your eyes and reading through your fingers.
But is it really love?
They made him see Fool's Gold this time.
A.O. Scott, open your heart to the magic of bronzed and gleaming Hollywood stars!
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.
Doing double duty today, the Times's venerable cutup A.O. Scott reviews one movie that we've quite been looking forward to (Sweeney Todd) and another we figured we'd wait to catch on DVD (Charlie Wilson's War).
And of course, it's Homer Simpson who helps.
Your cranky grandpa reviews Shoot 'Em Up.
Scott's been a Simpsons fan ever since he started writing for the Times in 2000.