Do critics still matter? Maybe the better question is, what factors contribute to their perceived relevance? What have blogging and "critic-proof" marketing changed? Do they still have the power to help films? And forgetting the box office for two seconds, what about the culture where films are received? So do critics still matter? Ask them. Owen Gleiberman (Entertainment Weekly), Mark Bell (Film Threat), Eugene Hernandez (IndieWire), Sean Means (Salt Lake Tribune). Scott Foundas (LA Weekly ) moderates.
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