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    At Comic-Con, Critics Vs. Fans

    A panel assembled by the review-aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes fostered antagonism rather than discussion.

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    Kristin Thompson Says 'Gravity' Is Better Than '2001' and 'Napoleon'

    The great film theorist says Alfonso Cuaron elegantly balances avant-garde aesthetics and Hollywood classicism.

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    Do Christian Films Like 'Blood Brother' Face Heightened Scrutiny?

    Does 'Blood Brother' dissemble about its director's faith? Or does that faith place an unfair burden on the film?

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    'The Wind Rises,' The Oscar Race, and Movie-Jounalist Stockholm Syndrome

    A New York Times article on "complaints" about Hayao Miyazaki's final film shows the way journalists who cover the movie industry internalize its values

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    Sweden Introduces Feminist Movie Ratings

    Instead of violence or profanity, a new system in Sweden rates moves according to whether female characters talk about something other than men.

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    Steven Soderbergh's Favorite James Bond Movie

    Everyone's a critic, and that includes Steven Soderbergh on James Bond, David Cronenberg on Stanley Kubrick and William Friedkin on Terrence Malick.

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    Getting High at the Movies

    The veteran critic weighs in on what drugs do to the cinematic experience.

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    The Secret Life of A.O. Scott

    Where does the New York Times critic like to sit? Does he enjoy popcorn? The answers, at last, revealed.

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    Critics Offers '12 Years a Slave' Criticism and Crazy 'Counselor' Theories on Letterboxd

    Time Out New York's Keith Uhlich and The Cinephiliacs' Peter Labuza are among the many critics who use the site as a public journal.

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    Are Recaps Killing TV Criticism?

    A writer argues that episode-driven reviews limit their audiences and inhibit the discussion. Sam Adams disagrees.

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