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.
'Notorious': Hip-Hop History, Sweetened A Bit
In 'The Wrestler,' Rourke's Gory, Tragic Comeback
Revealing Virtue In The Anti-Absolutism of 'Doubt'
'Frost/Nixon': The Camera Never Lies
'Milk' Is Much More Than A Martyr Movie
An Undercooked But Enjoyable 'Twilight'
Crossing Cultures In 'Slumdog Millionaire'
'Quantum': Plenty Of Action, Just Not Bond's Kind
'Changeling': Against The Odds, A Mother's Fight
Shiny, 'Happy-Go-Lucky' People In A World Of Blue
Fool Me Once: Stone's Oedipal 'W.' Lacks Depth
Operatives And 'Lies' In Ridley Scott's New Thriller
'Rachel Getting Married': Demme's Masterpiece
Spike Lee's Epic Canvas, Painted With Broad Strokes
Growing Up Southern In 'Towelhead', 'Hound Dog'