Everyone’s a critic
This week, the Magazine’s film critic John Maguire invites younger viewers to do his job for him
Have you watched about a hundred films in the last month? Have you been talking to other people about the movies you’ve seen; pointing them towards the ones you like and recommending they skip the ones you don’t? Congratulations! You’re now a film critic. Honestly, take it from me, there’s not a lot more to it.
We asked some kids we know to tell us about what...
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