Tag: The New York Times

The Serious Camp of Natalie Portman

“Reviews may be breathlessly overusing the ready-made formulation of ‘Natalie Portman IS Jackie,’ but they really should be following Sontag’s lead: Natalie Portman IS ‘Jackie.'”

Why Criticism: Understanding Film Restoration

A Column on Film Criticism by Justine A. Smith

Why Criticism: The Simple Joys of Food and Film

A Column on Film Criticism by Justine A. Smith

Capitolo 20: Mani in Alto / Marco Bellocchio’s ‘Fists in the Pocket’

A Series on Italian Cinema by Q.V. Hough

Donald Trump, ‘London Has Fallen’ and the So-Bad-It’s-Good Candidacy

“A once-pure appreciation of misplaced passion, the hallmark of so-bad-it’s-good entertainment has been capitalistically leveraged.”