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Judith Crist, a Blunt and Influential Film Critic, Dies at 90
The New York Times ^
| August 7, 2012
| Douglas Martin
Posted on 08/08/2012 9:13:59 AM PDT by EveningStar
Judith Crist, one of Americas most widely read film critics for more than three decades and a provocative presence in millions of homes as a regular reviewer on the Today show, died Tuesday at her home in Manhattan. She was 90.
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To: Borges; DollyCali; Perdogg
Believe it or not, I was thinking of her recently . . . her and Pia Lindstrom. I’m getting nostalgic in my old age.
posted on 08/08/2012 10:16:58 AM PDT
Just another liberal elitist non-religious Jew?
posted on 08/08/2012 10:18:55 AM PDT
(I will vote against ANY presidential candidate who had non-citizen parents.)
“The Sound of Music” was “Icky-sticky”? What does that even mean?
I think I’d rather see The Sound of Music again than Truffaut or Bergman.
I watched all of those foreign art films at the time. Very well made. But, so what? what was the point, other than to say that life is complicated, dark, and meaningless?
posted on 08/08/2012 12:11:58 PM PDT
posted on 08/08/2012 2:51:02 PM PDT
(If you like lying Socialist dirtbags, you'll love Slick Willard)
Bergman and Truffaut gave you that impression? Godard maybe but Truffaut was optimistic and Bergman fairly spiritual.
posted on 08/08/2012 4:25:55 PM PDT
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