Dan Schneider is the founder and webmaster of Cosmoetica: the best in poetica.
Film critic Roger Ebert calls Dan Schneider 'a considerable critic....'' that Dan Schneider (in regards to Ebert's writings) 'may well be correct in some aspects. What his analysis gives me is a renewed respect and curiosity about his own work....'; he states, 'Dan Schneider is observant, smart, and makes every effort to be fair.' He states, 'I conclude he is more analytical and less visceral that I am,' Ebert ends his praise, stating, 'What is remarkable about these many words is that Schneider keeps an open mind, approaches each film afresh, and doesn't always repeat the same judgments. An ideal critic tries to start over again with every review.' -12/9/09, from 'Who do you read? Good Roger or Bad Roger?', by Roger Ebert
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Cosmoetica: The Best In Poetica
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A so-so tale of deception in World War Two suffers from too much screeding.
Silly crap that leaves no harmful residue behind.
A terrific primer on the quest for life beyond the Earth.
An underrated little comedy from David Lean, master of the big screen epic.
A good film that could have been great had its director reined in his own worst tendencies.
A masterful evocation and definition of existence from a philosopher on the rise.
A masterpiece of emotional misdirection from Bela Tarr.
A good thriller that also is a great character study, whose main character is marvelously played by a nonpareil Richard Burton.
An under appreciated musical artist gets a bit of due.
Oliver Stone's latest Presidential biopic fails to live up to its predecessors.