Tim Grierson

Senior U.S. Critic for Screen International and a contributing editor at MEL Magazine

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Vice president of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association; Senior critic for Screen International, chief film critic for Paste, and film critic for the New Republic 

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Critics review “Let Him Go,” a thriller starring Kevin Costner as a retired sheriff and Diane Lane as his wife, and the two are trying to save their grandson from a dangerous family;…

‘Let Him Go’ has a Clint Eastwood quality, says critic

Critics review “Let Him Go,” a thriller starring Kevin Costner as a retired sheriff and Diane Lane as his wife, and the two are trying to save their grandson from a dangerous family;…

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Critics review “The Forty-Year-Old Version" and other recently released films.

‘The Forty-Year-Old Version’: Black artists risk compromising their work to reach mainstream audiences

Critics review “The Forty-Year-Old Version" and other recently released films.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Critics review “The Personal History of David Copperfield,” based on the Charles Dickens novel by the same name and stars Dev Patel; “Get Duked,” about four teens on a camping trip who…

‘Bill and Ted Face the Music’ is fun, sweet, and feels like seeing old friends, says critic

Critics review “The Personal History of David Copperfield,” based on the Charles Dickens novel by the same name and stars Dev Patel; “Get Duked,” about four teens on a camping trip who…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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