Christy Lemire

writer for RogerEbert.com and co-host of the podcast Breakfast All Day

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Film critic and co-host of What The Flick?!

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Critics review “Licorice Pizza,” about a couple navigating love in the San Fernando Valley in the early 1970s; “Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City,” the latest flick based on the…

‘Encanto’ is fun for whole family, with songs from Lin-Manuel Miranda as he’s in ‘Moana mode,’ says critic

Critics review “Licorice Pizza,” about a couple navigating love in the San Fernando Valley in the early 1970s; “Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City,” the latest flick based on the…

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Critics review “The Last Duel,” a medieval epic with an added #MeToo plotline that explores life as a woman in the 14th century; “Introducing, Selma Blair,” a documentary that follows…

‘Halloween Kills’ is juvenile and ‘textbook example of franchise fatigue,’ says critic

Critics review “The Last Duel,” a medieval epic with an added #MeToo plotline that explores life as a woman in the 14th century; “Introducing, Selma Blair,” a documentary that follows…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Critics review “The Card Counter,” a revenge thriller starring Oscar Isaac as a gambler and veteran who helps a young man reckon with his past; “Language Lessons,” starring Natalie…

'Queenpins' is forgettable despite few funny moments, says critic

Critics review “The Card Counter,” a revenge thriller starring Oscar Isaac as a gambler and veteran who helps a young man reckon with his past; “Language Lessons,” starring Natalie…

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