Pauline Kael (1919-2001) was a remarkable movie critic, the best ever (and certainly the most perceptive and exciting).


Replying to Listeners

Zeitgeist and Poltergeist; Or, Are Movies Going to Pieces?

Review of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

Marlon Brando: An American Hero

Trash, Art, and the Movies

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Raising Kane

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Why Are Movies So Bad? Or, The Numbers

Review of Stop Making Sense

Final Cut: Dreams and Disaster in the Making of ďHeavenís GateĒ

The Atlantic Monthlyís review of Kaelís For Keeps: Thirty Years at the Movies

Interview with Modern Maturity, from the 1998 March/April issue

The Perils of Being Pauline, interview with critic Francis Davis

Salon.com: Remembering Pauline Kael

Stephanie Zacharek: The Critic: Pauline Kael, R.I.P.

 

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