Tim Grierson

Senior U.S. Critic for Screen International

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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 

Tim Grierson on KCRW

Critics review “The Old Guard,” an action-thriller about immortal mercenaries who must protect themselves when someone discovers their secret; “Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets,” a…

‘The Old Guard’ has more heart than other superhero-action movies, says critic

Critics review “The Old Guard,” an action-thriller about immortal mercenaries who must protect themselves when someone discovers their secret; “Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets,” a…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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Elizabeth Moss in ‘Shirley’: This might be my favorite performance from her, says critic

Critics review three films out this weekend that deal with troubled marriages in different ways.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Our critics review “A Secret Love,” a Netflix documentary about two older women who’ve hidden their romantic relationship from their families for decades; “The Half of It,” a Netflix…

‘A Secret Love’ is a beautiful and intimate love story, says critic

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