Stephanie Zacharek

Stephanie Zacharek

@szacharek

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Film Critic at TIME. Stargazer. Never met a two-tone shoe I didn't like.

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Joined on January 17, 2011
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Fun Fact

The 2012 election broke records with 31.7 million political tweets. Election Day was by far the most tweeted about event in US political history.

Love in a Warm Climate: My essay for @Criterion on one of my favorite movies of all time, The Palm Beach Story:

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Replying to @princespence87

"How do you shave in there?"

"How do you shave in there?"

I've been spending less time on here but there are some ppl I'd miss too much if I left, like @selfstyledsiren, whose birthday is today. A must-follow if you like classic film, dry humor, kindness & smart women. Here is some of her writing for Criterion:

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Quoted @teesenscene

we said we’d get money to Ms. Shelley Duvall and so we’ve partnered with the multimedia collaborative film initiative MLEAD: I Am Shelley Duvall to raise funds for the Sims Foundation and Shelley Duvall directly. here’s our GoFundMe link for more: https://buff.ly/2TwRMD8 

we said we’d get money to Ms. Shelley Duvall and so we’ve partnered with the multimedia collaborative film initiative MLEAD: I Am Shelley Duvall to raise funds for the Sims Foundation and Shelley Duvall directly. here’s our GoFundMe link for more: https://buff.ly/2TwRMD8 

Shelley Duvall lovers (and that should be all of you), take note:

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Quoted @TwitterMovies

Hit us with your most controversial movie opinion.

Hit us with your most controversial movie opinion.

Nobody who says "You liked that? I hated it! Tell me why it's good!" has ever wanted you to.

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I love a workplace that considers animal crackers a Corporate Essential

I love a workplace that considers animal crackers a Corporate Essential

Womaan will never reach the level of man.

Womaan will never reach the level of man.

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Such a happy assignment from @Criterion: I wrote about DESTRY RIDES AGAIN for their Blu-Ray, out in April, and got to tell the great story of how Marlene Dietrich came to make this movie—resulting in one of Hollywood's greatest comebacks. https://www.criterion.com/films/29002-destry-rides-again …

Such a happy assignment from @Criterion: I wrote about DESTRY RIDES AGAIN for their Blu-Ray, out in April, and got to tell the great story of how Marlene Dietrich came to make this movie—resulting in one of Hollywood's greatest comebacks. https://www.criterion.com/films/29002-destry-rides-again …

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2/2 Mischievous look from this boy with his birdcage, top, and knucklebones. Ready to play in 1665. Instead being painted by Caspar Netscher.

2/2 Mischievous look from this boy with his birdcage, top, and knucklebones. Ready to play in 1665. Instead being painted by Caspar Netscher.

2/2 The cat and the mechanical windmill. Could be the beginning of a great story! All happening down in the corner of Caspar Netscher's painting, 1669.

2/2 The cat and the mechanical windmill. Could be the beginning of a great story! All happening down in the corner of Caspar Netscher's painting, 1669.

Mum combs boy's hair while girl makes faces in mirror. Cat ponders whether to destroy A+ mechanical toy windmill while nobody is paying attention. Happy home life by Caspar Netscher, d. OTD 1684.

Mum combs boy's hair while girl makes faces in mirror. Cat ponders whether to destroy A+ mechanical toy windmill while nobody is paying attention. Happy home life by Caspar Netscher, d. OTD 1684.

JOKER fans who use words like "woketard" are the best advertisement for everything that's wrong with that picture.

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Quoted @BatsySJW

She is the one who started the trend from venice that joker is a dangerous movie and her loyal woketards follow on later. I hope studios take note and ban her from future screenings.

Ban me from any JOKER sequel! PLEASE!!!!

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Quoted @andrewmente

Well BOTH the Academy AND the fans disagree with you ($1 billion worldwide, highest grossing R rated movie of all time, and that's without China!)

Oh my God! I didn't realize we were disagreeing with CHINA. How wrong we have been.

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Quoted @andrewmente

Sorry, but most of you so-called "movie critics" totally missed the boat on this brilliant film.

Meaning...that some of us didn't like it?

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You can love it, you can hate it. But JOKER's rise to Oscar dominance isn't an underdog story.

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TIME
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"There’s something to be said for making a vital, daring movie that flies under the radar of the squares who give out the prizes," writes @szacharek. "When that movie is based on a 150-year-old book about a family of women? Now that’s a truly radical act"

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Yeah, Greta Gerwig is not the first woman director to be underrecognized by the Academy, or the first great underrecognized director, period. In the long game, how much does a prize from a bunch of squares matter?

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Seeing some anti-JUDY/Zellweger sentiment out there in Twitterville. For me, RZ is the piece of glass that allows us to look directly at the impossible, heartbreaking eclipse that was Judy Garland.

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Treasure in the form of a galley

Treasure in the form of a galley

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