2/25/2013 1:06 PM ET
Really? Times fashion reporter Eric Lipton: "It
was shocking in a way to see fashion like the dress worn by Anne
Hathaway. Her last-moment choice was a pale pink dress that appeared to
5/2/2011 1:42 PM ET
Manohla Dargis gets embarrassingly feminist and Freudian describing a scene in a new Western: "I just don't believe that scene where her character pulls out a rifle to protect the wagon train's ...
9/21/2010 3:51 PM ET
The Times loved director Davis Guggenheim's Al Gore jeremiad "An Inconvenient Truth," with the Times' chief movie critic calling it "a necessary movie." But Trip Gabriel found early detractors for ...
5/14/2010 9:11 AM ET
Times' politics-obsessed movie critic A.O. Scott finds parallels between the "manly libertarian rebel" that is the hero of "Robin Hood" and the Tea Party movement. Scott also again rides to how ...
3/12/2010 1:53 PM ET
Michael Moore fan and Times movie critic A.O. Scott finds a left-wing fantasist version of the Iraq War featuring murderous U.S. soldiers and top brass an impressive sense of scruples. They have ...
6/30/2009 9:48 AM ET
The paper's liberal chief movie critic plugs the French way of life.
4/25/2008 12:45 PM ET
Chief movie critic A.O. Scott: "If you think the last seven years have been one long, dumb, dirty joke - or maybe if, sometimes, you just wish you could believe as much - then 'Harold & Kumar ...
7/30/2007 11:36 AM ET
Chief movie critic A.O. Scott gives a big thumbs-up to an anti-war documentary, recommending it to the White House: "One can only hope that one of these days they'll get around to watching it."
6/22/2007 11:52 AM ET
A.O. Scott called Michael Moore "a credit to the Republic" after "Fahrenheit 9-11" and thinks "Sicko" is his "funniest," "most broadly appealing" film yet.
4/24/2007 12:00 AM ET
Scott irresponsibly ignores decades of social science studies that show a direct correlation between the consumption of violent media (movies, television, video games, and music) and increases in ...