Alexander Walker ( 1930- 2003) was a film critic, born in Northern Ireland. He worked for the Birmingham Post in the 1950s, before becoming film critic of the London Evening Standard in 1960, a role he held until his death in 2003. He was a highly influential figure within the film industry, and also wrote a number of books including one on Stanley Kubrick and a biography of Elizabeth Taylor. His most notable work is a history of British cinema, spread over three books: "Hollywood England", "National Heroes" and "Icons in the Fire". ...more on Wikipedia about "Alexander Walker (critic)"
Anthony Lane (born 1962) is a film reviewer on The New Yorker magazine. He is generally considered very witty. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anthony Lane"
Barry Norman (b. August 21, 1933) is a British film critic and a former chairman of The News Quiz. ...more on Wikipedia about "Barry Norman"
David Thomson (born 1941 in London, UK) is a noted film critic in the United States and the author of the lauded New Biographical Dictionary of Film. ...more on Wikipedia about "David Thomson (film critic)"
Derek Malcolm (born 1939) is a British film critic and historian. He worked for several decades as a critic for the British newspaper The Guardian. Upon his retirement in 2000, he published his final series of articles, The Century of Films, in which he shared his favorite films from around the world. Currently he is president of the British Federation of Film Societies and the International Film Critics' Circle. ...more on Wikipedia about "Derek Malcolm"
Gilbert Adair (born December 29, 1944) is an author, film critic, and journalist who won the Scott Moncrieff Translation Prize for his book A Void which is a translation of the French book La Disparition by Georges Perec. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gilbert Adair"
Jonathan Ross OBE (born November 17, 1960, Leytonstone, London, England) is a British television and radio presenter and film critic. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jonathan Ross"
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Professor Mark Kermode (born 1963) is a British film critic who regularly writes for Sight and Sound magazine and The Observer newspaper. He is also a critic on other branches of the arts for the BBC2 programme Newsnight Review. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mark Kermode"
Philip French (born 1933) is a British film critic and former radio producer. French, who was raised in Liverpool and educated at Oxford University, has been film critic of The Observer since 1978. Before that, he was deputy film critic to David Robinson at The Times for some years. He has also written for Sight and Sound. He has written film books including The Movie Moguls: An Informal History of the Hollywood Tycoons (1969) and Westerns, which reappeared in a revised version in 2005. ...more on Wikipedia about "Philip French"
Raymond Durgnat ( September 1, 1932 - May 19, 2002) was a distinctive and highly influential British film critic, who was born in London of Swiss parents. During his life he wrote for virtually every major English language film publication. ...more on Wikipedia about "Raymond Durgnat"
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