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This supposed film critic I'm thinking of might have written for a totally bogus film magazine.

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Dude, it's Walter Monheit, who "wrote" for Spy. Every review was a rave, and always mentioned "Oscar." Running gag, and a brilliant one!
 
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Was his name “Wild Goose Chase”?
 
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It's Paul Wunder, WBAI Radio. Has to be. He was the critic of last resort for pull-quotes in the 1990s.
 
 
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It’s @greggturkington Although the No-name magazine that he wrote for was the VFA newsletter which did not last. pic.twitter.com/GHhojrOwgu
 
 
 
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Mr. King are you on shrooms again
 
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Ron Brewington (American Urban Radio Networks) or Maria Salas (GEMS-TV)? They weren’t really critics, just credited quotes to films at release by many studios. Ron was very prolific, but Maria said BE would “Rock America”…
 
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Are you sure you’re not inventing a character here Mr King?
 
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What years did the fake film critic operate?
 
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I’m almost positive you’re thinking of Ben Lyons (unless you’re just having fun whipping us up into a frenzy trying to solve this riddle of yours)
 
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If you goto IMDB website, then look up the film Battlefield Earth, scroll down and there’s a list for critic reviews and a link to every review. He’d be listed.
 
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Hammond I believe
 
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I know that it’s not me, because I talk about the positives and negatives in my reviews.
 
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David Manning? He was a fake shill for Sony.
 
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So instead of turtles it was bots all the way down… 🤦‍♂️ Marketing people are the most deceptive people on earth but critics that don’t create are lower than that. And this is a combination of both. 🤬 🤬 pic.twitter.com/bRcNTzey54
 
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I don’t know the critic, but how about professional, honest analysis of the writing/storytelling in films? storynerd.ca
 
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I tried to contact you years ago to share a dream so you could write a book. You ignored me
 
 
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I have no idea who it might be but now I'm thoroughly invested in you finding out!
 
 
 
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You're thinking of the controversy around the phony critic that kept giving bad Kevin Costner movies glowing reviews, back in the 90's.
 
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Why don't you write some more stories about child orgies how many trips did you take to epsteins Island
 
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David Manning? Fake critic for Sony.
 
 
 
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Humphrey Bogart, Joe Pine, Lamont Cranston (most likely)?
 
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Walter Monheit, SPY Magazine - “indisputably a classic!”
 
 
 
 
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@StephenKing is thinking of Earl Dittman, famous 2000s quote whore whose publication was the non-existent “Wireless Magazine.”
 
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I know who you are talking about but can't recall the name. Wasn't he with a radio station?
 
 
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This reminds me of these folks back in the 20s to hawk and push consumerist propaganda products to the masses on their shoestring budget productions based in their homes...they called them influencers and millions of kids and actually grown adults would stare at them for hours.
 
 
 
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He wrote for rolling stone then maybe lol
 
 
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An audience desperately needs a voice to dictate what we thought of a movie, anyhow.
 
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We need to solve this. 🤯
 
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Maybe Walter Monheit in "Spy" magazine?
 
 
 
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Was it Graeme Clark?
 
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Gotta be Ron Brewington from American Urban Radio Networks. Guy was the biggest quote whore of the 1990s. I once met him at a press junket. I was in awe that he was a real person.
 
 
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Sisgel & Ebert (^sp)
 
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There was a radio or podcast story about him maybe 10 years ago. He said he just loved movies and liked being quoted.
 
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Magazines ke liye bhi likh raha kya?
 
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So says the pot calling the kettle black
 
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Bob Graham of the San Francisco Chronicle wrote that the film "effectively presented" the "wary, uncomprehending relationship" between the humans and the Psychlos.[50] A review at JoBlo's Movie Reviews was also positive; Berge Garabedian
 
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Rex Reed? He's quoted on the Butterfly poster (the Pia Zadora movie) saying, "The hottest bathtub scene in the history of melting celluloid."
 
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So glad you are still around to know what happened from the time you wrote The Shining to now.
 
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Did he even like Sleepwalkers and Maximum Overdrive? No offense meant, love you, but even you have to admit those were stinkers....
 
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Ty Burr was from your region
 
 
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This supposed film critic wouldn’t happened to be named Stephen King by chance would it?
 
 
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Wasn't it someone Sony invented?
 
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Clues 5 year time span in decade Find reference list every single Film critic that window When you peek into window He will pull back blinds and smile at you ☮️
 
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Are you thinking of the (fictional) Walter Monheit of SPY magazine?
 
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Around what year are we talking?
 
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you said you would leave twitter if you dont get your way... wtf are you still doing here? gtfo!!!
 
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Was it the Sixty Second Review guy?
 
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I officially can't figure out a useful way of asking Google about this.
 
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Can you make a movie where a half asked, crappy writer, named Stephen Ring gets killed, so we don't have to endure anymore of his bad books/movies?
 
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Scott Chitwood or Ignatiy Vishnevetsky
 
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I remember this guy actually. There was a YouTube video on him years ago. Wish I could remember his name or the fake publication he wrote for. Something similar to indiewire I think.
 
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