Since the days of Pauline Kael, Andrew Sarris or even Siskel and Ebert, the face of film criticism has changed dramatically. Now with a huge amount of social media, it seems anyone anywhere can share their personal opinions of films old and new. What kind of impact is this having on good old film criticism and the importance of the film critic? Do critics in the classical sense still matter? Or are they becoming less important as our connectivity to each other grows?
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