- PAULINE KAEL ON “MASCULINE FEMININE”
- PAULINE KAEL ON “MASCULINE FEMININE”. Masculine Feminine is that rare movie achievement: a work of grace and beauty in a contemporary setting.
- PAULINE KAEL ON DIVA
- PAULINE KAEL ON DIVA.
- "Common People with Common Feelings:" Pauline Kael, James
- Cet article traite des éctitutes de Pauline Kael et James.
- "Bonnie and Clyde" How do you make a good movie in this country
- The film was widely maligned when it was released, in 1967, moving Pauline.
- READING ABOUT FILM - Theory: Current Concerns
- PAULINE KAEL. This is the introduction to Pauline Kael's most recent book, The Note her physical reminiscences: for Pauline Kael, film has been love.
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- Critic Pauline Kael wrote that the 1946 classic is "the most sensuously elegant of all filmed fairy tales." $9. www.
- Theater Talkback: The Good That Comes From Bad Reviews
- Pauline Kael flaunted her tastes, championing and denouncing with equal fervor. Her intensity of feeling was an argument that art is too important to leave to the detached.
- MONHEIT DEAD!
- By David Kamp The annals of criticism are rife with titans who became household names in America's smarter households—Pauline Kael, Dwight Macdonald, VF's own James Wolcott.
- Movie Review: Fine tuning
- To paraphrase the late New Yorker critic Pauline Kael, most movies give so little, it might seem petty to criticize such a thoughtful and well-made film for not giving more.
- Today in History
- Movie critic Pauline Kael died in Great Barrington, Mass., at age 82. St.
- Pauline Kael - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Pauline Kael (June 19, 1919 – September 3, 2001) was an American film critic who wrote for The New Yorker magazine from 1968 to 1991.
- Pauline Kael - Salon
- Brash, jazzy and passionately idiosyncratic, Pauline Kael set the standard for American movie criticism. By Ken Tucker.
- Pauline Kael Links & Resources
- Susan Sontag and Pauline Kael: A Curious Combination. By David Salon review of Francis Davis's Afterglow: A Last Conversation With Pauline Kael.
- Pauline Kael - Wikiquote
- Dec 11, 2010 Pauline Kael (1919-06-19 – 2001-09-03) was an American film critic best known for the reviews she wrote in The New Yorker.
- The Kubrick Site: Pauline Kael on 'A Clockwork Orange'
- Stanley Strangelove. By Pauline Kael. From The New Yorker Magazine, January, 1972.
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