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.
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'
'Burn' Notice: Losers Losing, And No One Cares