review of Bonnie and Clyde would top my list, but beyond that I don't know, something by Andrew Sarris, David Thomson, Manny Farber, James Agee, A. O. Scott, Anthony Lane, Manohla Dargis, Jonathan Rosenbaum, Roger Ebert, or Andre Bazin? Which reviews specifically?
I challenge Jason Bellamy, Nathaniel Rogers, Catherine Grant, Dana Stevens, Glenn Kenny, David Hudson, Anne Helen Petersen, Farran Nehme, Jake Cole, Kim Morgan, Dennis Cozzalio, Kelli Marshall, Matt Zoller Seitz, Ed Howard, Dan North, Richard Brody, Craig, the Cinetrix, Girish Shambu, and anyone else who may feel inclined to come up with a list. The results could be fascinating.
Meanwhile, some links:
---Beautiful Nightmares: David Lynch's Collective Dream
---"A girl and a gun"
---"The Future of Cinema" by Keanu Reeves (with Martin Scorsese)
---David Bordwell considers The Man Who Knew Too Much
---The Art of Illustration
---ParaNorman's title sequence
---the early roles of the Oscar nominees
---behind the scenes of The Avengers
---Gary Hustwit's tips for documentary filmmakers
---L'univers de Jacques Demy
---Serge Daney considers film criticism
---VFX videos for Looper and Flight
---Neil Sinyard on Grace Kelly in Rear Window
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