Critics of the Critical Critics
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Latest: Movie Review: RoboCop (2014)
Aaron Pinkston is a former student, current writer and film podcaster from Chicago, Illinois.
Latest: Movie Review: Warrior (2011)
I am Adam Bilbrey.. I love film, I love writing, and I love discussion. Heck, I also helped a producer down here in Tennessee work on a film he has in the works entitled 'Jack Phoenix.' I have a lot of experience with film, TV, etc. I run a big Facebook page called 'Film-Talk' where some friends in NY and myself discuss film. I post reviews daily, I ask frequent questions that open discussion, etc. I watch a ton of film because it is my #1 hobby and I plan on majoring in film when college starts up. Everyday I watch at least 2 or 3 movies and I review them. I'm open to every movie that is thrown my way. I run my own website where I post movie reviews every Friday. I have always been searching for a chance to post my opinions to a bigger public. I made video reviews on Youtube for about 1 year and I had about 8000+ followers/subscribers and people loved to hear my voice on certain topics. I deleted the channel shortly after I got too busy with my own website and my Facebook page (Which has a big following). I do more than film though.. I read a lot of comic books and a watch lot of TV. I also love bringing topics to the table.
Yes it is me. Were you expecting someone else?
I'm a hopeless romantic and will tend to watch anything in that genre. My favourite shows are Doctor Who, Grey's Anatomy, The Vicar Of Dibley, Charmed and Jane Austen adaptations. Movies I enjoy are Narnia, Indiana Jones, Walk The Line, musicals like Oklahoma and Sound Of Music. X
I'm a true blue fair dinkum Aussie larrakin from Down Under (or Australia, if you're not a fan of slang). Yep, I wrestle crocs and I throw shrimps on the barbie. Movies are my passion. I also post my reviews on Flixster, Listal and MovieFilmReview. I've been writing reviews as a hobby since 2003, and since then my technique has increased big time. I'm also studying Media at University, which helps me develop my writing skills. I am continually commended for my writing from both tutors and peers. On top of reviewing movies, I voluntarily contribute to the local newspaper in the area of music journalism. And I'm a through-and-through gym junkie. Yep, my life thus revolves around peers, studies, movies and exercise. I'm more than happy.
Latest: Movie Review: Sinister (2012)
I've been a critic for about four years now. Joined the Houston Film Critics Society in August of 2010. I hope to become a Tomatometer critic for Rotten Tomatoes and a member of the Online Film Critics Society in the coming months.
Latest: Movie Review: Scream 4 (2011)
For more reviews, visit Frothy Ruminations, the oldest review site you've never, ever heard of. Now in color! Remember - there's no need not to be critical. Kittens are critical of you; we should learn from them. And who doesn't love kittens? Ergo, cogit sum! QED! Whatever. I'm going to go have a kitten sandwich. Don't wait up.
Latest: Movie Review: Last Vegas (2013)
'Jersey born and raised. Avid moviegoer and film-history fanatic. (It all started young with "Jurassic Park"). Writer: Patch.com. Editor-in-chief of Monmouth University's online magazine. Columnist. Aspiring career-writer.
I'm a fan of all things art and I've a fine eye for detail. What's your excuse?
A Spaniard expatriate with a love for Häagen-Dazs and proud-but-flawed franchises like the Cleveland Browns. Also, film fads like Smell-o-Vision and Michael Bay.
Latest: Movie Review: Kaboom (2010)
I'm from Texas. That's all you need to know. For now...
Just doing my part for the movie watching public.
Diana Bruk is a freelance writer living in NYC. She studied creative writing at Sarah Lawrence College, and completed a Masters in Comparative Literature at the University of Oxford. She writes regularly for MTV Voices, Examiner.com, and Brooklyn Exposed, as well as others. You can find more of her work at www.dianabruk.com.
Latest: Movie Review: The Iceman (2012)
I have an unhealthy obessession with movies, ever since I was a young boy (3 to be exact). Memento is the best movie ever, Stanley Kubrick is the best director, and that's about it. P.S. - I'm a bit of an ass.
Latest: Movie Review: Inception (2010)
I'm an old, miserable fart set in his ways. Some of the things that bring a smile to my face are (in no particular order): Teenage back acne, the rain on my face, long walks on the beach and redneck women named Francis. Oh yeah, I like to watch and criticize movies.
Latest: Movie Review: Nurse 3D (2013)
I have been a movie fan for most of my life and a film critic since 1986 (my first published review was for "Platoon"). Since that time I have written for several news and entertainment publications in California, Utah and Idaho. Big fan of the Academy Awards - but wish it would go back to the five-minute dinner it was in May, 1929. A former member of the San Diego Film Critics Society and current co-host of "The Movie Guys," each Sunday afternoon on KOGO AM 600 in San Diego with Kevin Finnerty.
I find flaws with much that I see and they usually start when looking in the mirror.
Latest: Movie Review: The Road (2009)
A few years ago, a good friend of mine started calling me 'Hollywood' because of my love and knowledge of all things movies, and the name just stuck. Movies are my life. I love them so much that when people ask me why I even bother with law school, I reply with my life motto, and a quote from one of my favourite directors: 'I didn't go to film school. I went to films.' -Quentin Tarantino.
You don't understand! I coulda had class. I coulda been a contender. I could've been somebody, instead of a bum, which is what I am.
I'm going to infuse some well needed class here!
School teacher by day. Horror aficionado by night.
Marco wrote, directed and produced the feature film Within. He has lived in the Los Angeles area his whole life. Top 10 Favorite Movies: Fight Club, The Fountain, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Oldboy, Pulp Fiction, Children of Men, City of God, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, The Shawshank Redemption and Memento. Top 5 Favorite Directors: Spike Jonze, Darren Aronofsky, Alfonso Cuaron, Quentin Tarantino and Billy Wilder. Top 3 Favorite Film Composers: Clint Mansell, John Williams and Howard Shore. You can follow his 140 character movie reviews on Twitter Or friend him on Facebook Or watch some short films of his on YouTube
Latest: Movie Review: The Help (2011)
Eventually I'll put something nifty here. Until then, know that I'm watching you. Closely.
Latest: Movie Review: The Purge (2013)
The self-described "World's Busiest Slacker," Mike Kowzun can found in one of three of his local movie theaters at any given time.
Latest: Movie Review: Pompeii (2014)
I've been a fanatical movie buff since I was a little girl, thanks to my parents who encouraged my brother and I to watch anything and everything we wanted, even the stuff deemed inappropriate for minors. I work, write, and reside in San Francisco the city where I was born and bred.
Writing movie reviews is beneath me. I do it now and again to remember what it is like to feel like a commoner.
Latest: Movie Review: Wanted (2008)
Pavi's a university student in London, but spends more time watching films than studying. She loves dancing and hates people that don't give a film their full attention. She also uses words like love and hate far too liberally.
Latest: Movie Review: Non-Stop (2014)
I'm currently a student of film studying at King's College London. I'm an advocate for cinema as a sense. Feeling films rather than getting them. Experiencing the movies rather than going to them. Bettering oneself through the mere act of watching. Oh and my favourite film is Tremors.
Movies and comics are my passion. When not watching the latest Hollywood megahit I can be found idling at the local comic shop.
I like lots of movies, and try to give you the best idea of what the movie has to offer before you spend your money. I'm always looking to improve so please provide constructive criticism whenever you can and give me some new ideas on how to improve. The main thing I'm looking to do is get preshowings to beat the opening days so I can see the movie well in advance and let you know how it is. However I don't think my state has too many of those.
Latest: Movie Review: The Smurfs (2011)
When I'm not sleeping, I'm doing something else that closely resembles sleep.
Contempt for the ignorant is bliss. At least that is what I'm told!
Latest: Movie Review: Sex Drive (2008)