You and I both know the truth. You just don't admit it.
Yes it is me. Were you expecting someone else?
'Jersey born and raised. Avid moviegoer; creative writer and MFA student. Craft Editor for Mason's Road Literary Journal. Former EIC of an online magazine. Melt before edgy, medieval sword-slinging films. Penny for my thoughts? --Cinematographers who work in Ireland are geniuses.
Danielle Behrendt has a BFA in Writing, Literature, and Publishing from Emerson College. In addition to movie reviews for the Critical Critics, she also writes book reviews for www.edgeboston.com and music reviews for www.listenstereo.com.
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.
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.
Living in Vienna, I study film. I do other stuff too.
School teacher by day. Horror aficionado by night.
Eventually I'll put something nifty here. Until then, know that I'm watching you. Closely.
The self-described "World's Busiest Slacker," Mike Kowzun can found in one of three of his local movie theaters at any given time.
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.
When I'm not sleeping, I'm doing something else that closely resembles sleep.
Dr. Vincent M. Gaine is a film and television researcher. His first book, Existentialism and Social Engagement in the Films of Michael Mann was published by Palgrave MacMillan in 2011. His work on film and media has been published in Cinema Journal and The Journal of Technology, Theology and Religion, as well as edited collections including The 21st Century Superhero and The Directory of World Cinema.
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.