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Critic Frank Rich wrote: "... this play can be taken as an indirect treatment of the same subject.
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Critic Frank Murphy argues that many of the same characteristics that mark Beiderbecke on the cornet mark him on the keyboard: the uncharacteristic fingering, the emphasis on inventive harmonies, and the correlated choruses.
" ( This is followed by Frank Zappa's cameo as " The Critic ," who dismisses the 1920s-style tune as " pretty white.
On the Board of NeWest Press ( Edmonton ) since 1981, she is the founder and editor of The Writer as Critic series, which includes, among others, Douglas Barbour's Lyric / Anti-lyric: Essays on Contemporary Poetry, Frank Davey's Canadian Literary Power, Daphne Marlatt's Readings from the Labyrinth, Fred Wah's Faking It: Poetics and Hybridity, Phyllis Webb's Nothing But Brush Strokes, and, most recently, Di Brandt's So This Is the World & Here I Am in It.
Critic and sf historian Thomas Clareson has commented that " Planet seemed to look backward towards the 1930s and earlier ", an impression that was strengthened by the extensive use of interior artwork by Frank Paul, who had been the cover artist for the early Gernsback magazines in the 1920s.
He endorsed Frank Klees's unsuccessful bid to lead the Progressive Conservative Party in 2004, and is currently the party's Deputy Whip, and Critic for Economic Development and Trade.
Frank Beaver wrote in Bosley Crowther: Social Critic of the Film, 1940-1967 that Crowther opposed displays of patriotism in films and believed that a movie producer " should balance his political attitudes even in the uncertain times of the 1940s and 1950s, during the House Un-American Activities Committee.
* Bosley Crowther: Social Critic of the Film, 1940-1967 by Frank Eugene Beaver, Ayer Publishing, 1974.
Showing the growing influence of Frank Zappa on the Monkees ' circle ( Zappa even has a cameo role as " The Critic " in the film itself ), the soundtrack album intersperses the six proper songs (" Porpoise Song ", " Circle Sky ", " Can You Dig It?
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Critic William Kuhn argued that much of his fiction can be read as " the memoirs he never wrote ", revealing the inner life of a politician for whom the norms of Victorian public life appeared to represent a social straitjacket – particularly with regard to his allegedly " ambiguous sexuality.
Critic Jon Savage would later say that their singer Ian Curtis wrote " the definitive Northern Gothic statement ".
Critic Alexander Woollcott wrote of Bogart's early work that he " is what is usually and mercifully described as inadequate.
Critic and humorist Louis Leroy wrote a scathing review in the newspaper Le Charivari in which, making wordplay with the title of Claude Monet's Impression, Sunrise ( Impression, soleil levant ), he gave the artists the name by which they became known.
Critic Janet Maslin of The New York Times wrote that the film was the greatest adaptation of the novel and remarked on Dunst's performance, " The perfect contrast to take-charge Jo comes from Kirsten Dunst's scene-stealing Amy, whose vanity and twinkling mischief make so much more sense coming from an 11-year-old vixen than they did from grown-up Joan Bennett in 1933.
Critic Billy Altman, whose work has appeared in many publications including Entertainment Weekly and The New York Times, wrote the following for Amazon. com: " One of rock's most overlooked masterpieces, this third album by the L. A. folk-rock outfit led by inscrutable singer-songwriter Arthur Lee sounds as fresh and innovative today as it did upon its original release in 1968.
Critic John Clute wrote of M. John Harrison's early writing that it "... reveals its New-Wave provenance in narrative discontinuities and subheads after the fashion of J. G. Ballard ".
Critic Rex Reed wrote, " If you want to see what turns a B movie into a classic [...] don't miss Night of the Living Dead.
Critic Stewart Mason wrote, " Over their brilliant first three albums, Wire expanded the sonic boundaries of not just punk, but rock music in general.
Critic Roger Ebert wrote of Keaton's " extraordinary period from 1920 to 1929, he worked without interruption on a series of films that make him, arguably, the greatest actor-director in the history of the movies.
Critic Henry Prunières wrote, “ From the opening measures, we are plunged into a world in which Ravel has but rarely introduced us .”
Critic Bosley Crowther, film critic for The New York Times, liked the screenplay, the message of the film, and John Ford's direction, and wrote, " John Ford has truly fashioned a modern Odyssey — a stark and tough-fibered motion picture which tells with lean economy the never-ending story of man's wanderings over the waters of the world in search of peace for his soul ... it is harsh and relentless and only briefly compassionate in its revelation of man's pathetic shortcomings.
Critic Dennis Schwartz appreciated the acting ensemble in the film and wrote, " The film was too stagebound to be effective cinema, but it scores points in its unsentimental portrait of the loser life of the lonely and desperate merchant seamen.
Critic Edward Dannreuther, wrote, in the 1905 edition of The Oxford History of Music, " Mussorgsky, in his vocal efforts, appears wilfully eccentric.
Critic and author Eddie Muller wrote, " Joseph H. Lewis's direction is propulsive, possessed of a confident, vigorous simplicity that all the frantic editing and visual pyrotechnics of the filmmaking progeny never quite surpassed.
Critic John Krewson lauded the work of Ida Lupino, and wrote, " As a screenwriter and director, Lupino had an eye for the emotional truth hidden within the taboo or mundane, making a series of B-styled pictures which featured sympathetic, honest portrayals of such controversial subjects as unmarried mothers, bigamy, and rape ... in The Hitch-Hiker, arguably Lupino's best film and the only true noir directed by a woman, two utterly average middle-class American men are held at gunpoint and slowly psychologically broken by a serial killer.
Critic Dennis Schwartz wrote, " A remarkable indy classic, made on a shoestring budget by a group of still photographers.
Critic Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat wrote, " Here's a nice little movie about the baby boom generation ... Novelist John Sayles wrote, directed, and edited this movie.
Critic Roger Ebert wrote an article entitled, " Attacks on ' Roger & Me ' completely miss point of film " that defends Moore's manipulation of his film's timeline as an artistic and stylistic choice that has less to do with his credibility as a filmmaker and more to do with the flexibility of film as a medium to express a viewpoint using the same methods that satirists have used.
Critic Jerry Renshaw wrote, " A Double Life is an unusually intelligent, literate noir that is a classy departure from the pulpy " B " atmospherics often associated with the genre.
Critic Scott Yanow wrote, " Tatum's quick reflexes and boundless imagination kept his improvisations filled with fresh ( and sometimes futuristic ) ideas that put him way ahead of his contemporaries ... Art Tatum's recordings still have the ability to scare modern pianists.
Critic Jason Ankeny wrote, " With their politically charged raps, taut rhythms, and dedication to raising African-American consciousness, the Last Poets almost single-handedly laid the groundwork for the emergence of hip-hop.
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" Critic Jeffrey M. Anderson, of Combustible Celluloid, wrote "... when the movie does actually reach the factory, and Gene Wilder takes the stage, the movie is saved.
Critic Rajeev Masand of CNN-IBN wrote, "... Bipasha Basu is brought in to lend oomph and she succeeds in doing just that.
Critic Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times called the film "... quite an improvement on Cooper's all but unreadable book, and a worthy successor to the Randolph Scott version ," going on to say that " The Last of the Mohicans is not as authentic and uncompromised as it claims to be — more of a matinee fantasy than it wants to admit — but it is probably more entertaining as a result.
Critic Rita Kempley, in discussing the film, pointed to this scene as proof that "... the filmmaker and his team ha truly caught society on the verge.