New York 'Times' critic Manohla Dargis comes back from leave.
Not even Paul Dergarabedian can escape her barbs.
Get a room, you two!
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.
It certainly seems like it!
Caution: Spoilers ahead!
Finally, Manohla Dargis finds a summer movie to love! Well, not hate so much.
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.
Even Christianity Today gets in on the act.
So far, most of Cloverfield's reviews tend to praise it — or write it off — as a simple movie about a giant monster biting a hole through greater Manhattan (and lots of Manhattanites). But could it be something deeper?