The Many Deaths and Nine Lives of Movie Criticism

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by Carrie Rickey
March 10, 2012 6:03 PM
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Like the movies themselves, criticism has moved from analog to digital, a move that is not universally beloved. Reports of the death of criticism are greatly exaggerated. Countless times during my career criticism has been declared dead only to pop up its furry groundhog head to say, “I’m back!”

Here’s a piece I wrote for Variety that takes the temperature, blood pressure and checks other vital signs of criticism. I called diagnosticians such as Roger Ebert, Jeanine Basinger and Jim Hoberman for second, third and fourth opinions.

Thoughts? Where do you go for criticism?

This article was originally posted on Carrie Rickey's blog.

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