Richard Linklater says the real subject of "Boyhood" is time itself. These are the movies that capture it best.
Critics weigh in on the good — and bad — ways Roger Ebert changed the culture.
Is Michael Bay an artist or a threat to cinema? And what, if any, purpose do critics have with regard to a movie like "Transformers: Age of Extinction"?
Critics are increasing required to review movies from online screeners. Is this good for anyone?
Do you judge a movie like "The Fault in Our Stars" for how well it does what it sets out to do, or whether what it's trying to do is worthwhile in the first place?
How do critics feel about having to rate movies? And when they do, how much thought goes into the star rating or grade as opposed to the review as a whole?
With two "Spider-Man 2"s in a decade, critics weigh in on whether the four-color fad has gotten out of hand.
Sometimes you feel like the couples romantic comedies push together would be better off apart.
It seems like every day there's some once-derided movie being hailed as a misunderstood classic. But what about movies that were terrible then are are terrible now?
Should critics avoid divulging plot details, or is the audience responsible for keeping up with things they don't want spoiled?