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Critic | Definition of Critic by Merriam-Webster
The Greek word kritikos, meaning “able to judge,” gives us the root critic. Words from the Greek kritikos have something to do with judging. A critic is someone who judges the value or quality or something, such as a movie or book.
Our TV Critics on the 2018 Emmy Nominations
James Poniewozik, the chief TV critic for The New York Times, and Margaret Lyons, a critic for The Times’s Watching site, discussed their favorites and some surprises.
For Republicans, ‘The Dam Has Broken.’ But for How Long ...
Max Boot, the former Republican who has become one of Mr. Trump’s sharpest critics, noted in a column on Monday in The Washington Post that accusing him of treason was once unthinkable.
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Critic definition, a person who judges, evaluates, or criticizes: a poor critic of men. See more.
Female film critics are the minority, and predominantly ...
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Critic - Wikipedia
A critic is a professional who communicates an assessment and an opinion of various forms of creative works such as art, literature, music, cinema, theater, fashion, architecture, and food.
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Many of the worst TV shows of all time have originated from seriously misguided concepts, like ABC's Geico-ad-based "Cavemen" and Fox's cruel reality show "I Wanna Marry Harry."
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‘There is room for everyone’: 14 film critics on making ...
We spoke to 14 critics of diverse backgrounds about their industry experiences, the importance of voices like theirs and what can be done to make film criticism more inclusive.
What Critics Missed About the Trump-Putin Summit ...
W hen Presidents Trump and Vladimir Putin ended their joint press conference in Helsinki, the punditocracy predictably swarmed all over it like ants around a pile of crumbs.