A.O. Scott

A.O. Scott is a film critic at the New York Times.

The Movie Club
Dec. 29 2005 5:01 PMThe Niche-ification of Moviegoing
The Movie Club
Dec. 28 2005 1:41 PMSympathy As Dramatic Principle
The Movie Club
Jan. 7 2005 9:55 AMWhy Should Rwanda Be Triumphant?
The Movie Club
Jan. 5 2005 10:01 AMEnter the Critic
The Book Club
Jan. 29 2004 8:55 AMVanity, Waste, and the Anomaly of the Filmmaker-as-Artist
The Movie Club
Jan. 9 2004 12:38 PMNot Available for Preview
The Movie Club
Jan. 7 2004 1:25 PMWhich Critical Wave Are You Riding?
The Movie Club
Jan. 6 2004 11:46 AMThe Politics of Movie Reviewing
Books
June 20 2003 3:32 PMA Life's StudyWhy Robert Lowell is America's most important career poet.
The Movie Club
Jan. 6 2003 8:32 AMA More Fundamental Question About Chicago 
The Movie Club
Jan. 2 2003 9:52 AMThe Homely Husband
The Book Club
June 6 2002 5:54 PMChronicle of a Death?
The Book Club
June 4 2002 4:23 PMWho Do We Mean by "We"?
The Movie Club
Jan. 3 2002 5:12 PMTruth-Telling in the Movies
The Movie Club
Jan. 2 2002 2:13 PMFeeling Better About the Year's Movies Than Anticipated
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Dec. 29 2005 10:21 AMOn Acting
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Dec. 27 2005 6:57 PMThe Dubious Power of Movies
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Jan. 6 2005 9:03 AMThe Old Critics' Home
The Book Club
Jan. 30 2004 3:09 PMThe Big Moment
The Book Club
Jan. 27 2004 3:50 PMApocalyptic Intensity Diminished
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Jan. 9 2004 8:06 AMMcNamara vs. Morris
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Jan. 7 2004 9:19 AMJapanophilia
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Jan. 5 2004 3:07 PMTop 10 Lists All Around!
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Jan. 7 2003 11:27 AMThe Folly of Picking on Ouagadougou
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Jan. 2 2003 2:10 PMThe Year of the Non-Musical Musical
Music
Aug. 6 2002 6:00 PMThe Poet Laureate of 9/11Apocalypse and salvation on Springsteen's new album.
The Book Club
June 5 2002 4:33 PMIs Your Dialectic Sufficiently Dialectical?
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Jan. 4 2002 4:30 PMComplacent Comedies
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Jan. 3 2002 1:59 PMMadcap Films and the Mysterious Art of Acting
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Jan. 17 2000 7:50 PM

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  Business
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  Life
Outward
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  Slate Plus
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  Arts
Behold
Oct. 19 2014 4:33 PM Building Family Relationships in and out of Juvenile Detention Centers
  Technology
Future Tense
Oct. 17 2014 6:05 PM There Is No Better Use For Drones Than Star Wars Reenactments
  Health & Science
Space: The Next Generation
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  Sports
Sports Nut
Oct. 16 2014 2:03 PM Oh What a Relief It Is How the rise of the bullpen has changed baseball.