David Edelstein David Edelstein is a film critic for New York magazine and for NPR's Fresh Air, and an occasional commentator on film for CBS Sunday Morning.
'Simpsons Movie': Bigger, Longer, Underwhelming
Hollywood's Musical 'Hairspray,' a Little Too Bouffant
'Order of the Phoenix': Dread Again, and Fabulously
A 'Rescue' Story, Retold for the Mainstream
Eeew, Sick: Health Care, a Rat Chef and 'Die Hard'
'A Mighty Heart:' Blunt, Grim and Gripping
David Edelstein on 'Fido'
Ocean's Crew Gets Lucky Again with 'Thirteen'
'Knocked Up': Family Values Disguised as a Guy Flick
'Bug' Out: Friedkin's Latest Scratches Thriller Itch
'Shrek the Third': Crack Comedy, and Plenty of Gas
'Spider-Man': It's a Parable, Which is Kind of a Pain
In 'Public Places,' Lives of Quiet Desperation
'Hot Fuzz': A Bang-Bang Aimed Dead at Hollywood
'Black Book' Takes Verhoeven Back Home