He wrote a review.
More than 300. And Argo's his favorite.
"It looks like Jehovah’s Witness art."
And four other equally pertinent questions.
Magic, Dumbledore, and really any Harry Potter references at all.
Mostly critics just want people to stop comparing them.
Natalie Portman and Annette Bening were picks for the top actress categories.
Is 'The Kids Are All Right' one of the "most compelling portraits of an American marriage in film history"?
And more opinions from 'New York' critics.
Bigelow and Co. thanked everybody in their Oscar speeches except for, amazingly, the one group that proved most key in their awards-season success.
A bittersweet profile of our best movie critic.
Well, he began by talking about the "seeming effortlessness" of her work. This could go either way!
Rotten Tomatoes math doesn't lie.
The 'Times' theater critic has reviewing movie stars on Broadway down to a formula.
From "delightful invented IM-speak" to "excruciating to listen to."
Warner Bros. and the Weinsteins make a big mistake.
The two guys who reviewed the Beatles' final album for 'Rolling Stone' have both changed their minds.
Jeffrey Lyons, longtime film critic for WNBC and host of the nationally syndicated 'Reel Talk,' has been sacked.
Reactions to the confession of an SS officer, a sort of evil Forrest Gump, who reminisces about sleeping with his twin sister and possibly killing his mother.
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.
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?
Mitchell has a perfectly good explanation for the $12,000 in cash he has stashed in that cigar box.
Wait, is she really as good as Lucille Freaking Ball?