Holidays Bring Movie Madness for Critic The week between Christmas and New Year's is always a box office bonanza for Hollywood. But for movie critics, the biggest week comes a bit earlier, says NPR's Bob Mondello.
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Holidays Bring Movie Madness for Critic

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Holidays Bring Movie Madness for Critic

Holidays Bring Movie Madness for Critic

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The week between Christmas and New Year's is always a box-office bonanza for Hollywood. With families home for the holidays and movie marquees loaded with Oscar hopefuls, there is something for everyone at the multiplex. But NPR's Bob Mondello says that for movie critics, the biggest week comes a little earlier in December.

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