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Raquel Welch movies, ranked: The top 12 films for the non-blonde bombshell include sexy, scandalous classics

Raquel Welch movies, ranked: The top 12 films for the non-blonde bombshell include sexy, scandalous classics Raquel Welch made a name for herself as an international sex symbol, but also an accomplished thespian as her career progressed. But what are her greatest accomplishments? Scroll down to see Welch’s ...

New York Film Critics Circle Keeps Awards Eligibility to 2020, Will Vote in December

New York Film Critics Circle Keeps Awards Eligibility to 2020, Will Vote in December While the Oscars and other awards bodies have all pushed events back on their calendar and expanded eligibility for what movies can be considered, the New York Film Critics Circle will only consider ...

‘American Masters’ honors Terrence McNally with Pride Month premiere of ‘Every Act of Life’

‘American Masters’ honors Terrence McNally with Pride Month premiere of ‘Every Act of Life’ The New York theatre community is normally all abuzz in June. The Tony Awards provide excitement at the start of the month, warm weather brings in major tourist dollars, and New Yorkers collect their ...

Todd McCarthy Laments Missing His 50th Cannes; Expects Many Of The Films To Wait Till 2021 Festival

Todd McCarthy Laments Missing His 50th Cannes; Expects Many Of The Films To Wait Till 2021 Festival Editors’ Note: Todd McCarthy recently wrote about his layoff from The Hollywood Reporter. To commemorate the sense of collective loss we all feel for the 2020 Cannes Film Festival that would have ...

John Simon: Now That He’s Gone, the Image of the Critic as Hater May Have Died Out Too (Column)

When the critic John Simon died last weekend, at 94, virtually every piece written about him — one usually calls these pieces “tributes,” though in Simon’s case I’m not sure the word applies — dealt ...

Bill Harris, Former 'At the Movies' Co-Host, Dies at 75

Bill Harris, the veteran Hollywood broadcast journalist who served as a co-host on the syndicated program At the Movies, has died. He was 75. Harris died Thursday at the City of Hope hospital after a ...

Kim Farrant’s ‘Angel of Mine’ launches in the Us

‘Angel of Mine.’ Kim Farrant’s psychological thriller Angel of Mine began its theatrical journey in the Us last weekend, opening in 12 key cities and on demand. The distributor Lionsgate did not ...

Critics Savage John Travolta’s Career Rock-Bottom ‘The Fanatic’: It’s a Movie That Hates You

Critics Savage John Travolta’s Career Rock-Bottom ‘The Fanatic’: It’s a Movie That Hates You From the mind of Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst comes “The Fanatic,” a movie starring John Travolta that reviewers are having a whale of a time eviscerating. In terms of Rotten Tomatoes scores, it is ...

‘Mary Magdalene’ perishes in the Us while ‘Hotel Mumbai’ chugs along

‘Mary Magdalene’ Thirteen months after Mary Magdalene perished at Australian cinemas, the Biblical saga directed by Garth Davis probably did not have a prayer of getting a warmer reception in the Us. ...

From femme fatale to cattle rancher: how Barbara Stanwyck bucked convention

Her versatility made her a star of Hollywood’s golden age, but Stanwyck’s best characters were always fighters who, like herself, had tasted life’s bitterness Even Barbara Stanwyck struggled to pin ...

Rex Reed’s ‘Three Billboards’ Review Contains Glaring Mistake, Confuses Major Plot Points

Rex Reed’s ‘Three Billboards’ Review Contains Glaring Mistake, Confuses Major Plot Points Rex Reed’s writing has drawn criticism in the past for factual errors and mean-spirited insults. Reed’s film criticism has been published in major outlets for several decades, including The New York ...

‘The Shape of Water’ Represents ‘the End of Civilization as We Know It,’ Claims Radical Pastor Who’s Definitely Not Exaggerating

‘The Shape of Water’ Represents ‘the End of Civilization as We Know It,’ Claims Radical Pastor Who’s Definitely Not Exaggerating In the month since “The Shape of Water” was first released, the world has yet to come to an end. In spite of that, the radical pastor and radio host Kevin Swanson has declared that Guillermo del ...

Guillermo Del Toro Responds After Confused Film Critic Thinks Benicio Del Toro Directed ‘The Shape Of Water’

Veteran film critic Rex Reed made some huge goofs in his recent review of “The Shape of Water”, mistakenly writing that the film was directed by actor Benicio Del Toro (it wasn’t) and even spelling ...

Guillermo del Toro was very cool about being referred to as "Benecio Del Toro"

Rex Reed has been a film critic for a long time—too long, one might argue—a fact that, every once in a while, is made evident in his reviews. There was the time he turned a review of Park Chan-wook’s ...

Rex Reed’s Negative ‘The Shape of Water’ Review Goes Viral After Crediting Benicio del Toro as Director

Rex Reed’s Negative ‘The Shape of Water’ Review Goes Viral After Crediting Benicio del Toro as Director Rex Reed has been reviewing movies in major publications for several decades now, including the New York Daily News, GQ, Vogue, The New York Times, and more, but his negative review of “The Shape of ...

Jennifer Lawrence Explains Why It Was “Not Healthy” Reading Reviews For ‘mother!’

There were few movies this year that caused the same kind of visceral reaction as “mother!” Moviegoers hated it, with Darren Aronofsky‘s thriller earning an F-grade CinemaScore. However, the director ...

New York Film Critics Circle Adds 8 New Members, Expanding to Largest Membership in History

The New York Film Critics Circle announced today that 8 new members will join the group, bringing the total number of members to 42, the largest membership since the group was founded in 1935. The new ...

Darren Aronofsky Explains Why Rex Reed’s ‘mother!’ Review Was A “Victory”

One of the most divisive movies of the year, everyone has an opinion on “mother!” but Rex Reed‘s review for The Observer might take the cake. The critic has never been a fan of Darren Aronofsky, but ...

New York Film Critics Circle Sets Late November Voting Date, Kicking Off Awards Season

New York Film Critics Circle Sets Late November Voting Date, Kicking Off Awards Season The New York Film Critics Circle has announced the date for its annual vote on the best films and performances of the year, taking place this year on Thursday, November 30, 2017, followed by its ...

David Reviews Albert Brooks’s Lost in America [Criterion Blu-Ray Review]

The Criterion Collection’s July 2017 lineup features some potent and heavy material, among the heftiest offerings in terms of sombre meditations on the bleaker aspects of the human condition. From the ...

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