Kevin Thomas (film critic)
Kevin B. Thomas|
1936 (age 81–82)
Pennsylvania State University
|Occupation||Film critic, writer|
Kevin B. Thomas (born 1936) is an American film critic. He began writing film reviews for the Los Angeles Times in 1962, and served in that role until 2005. His long tenure made him the longest-running film critic among major United States newspapers.
In 2003, the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association gave Thomas a Lifetime Achievement Award.
- Interview with Kevin Thomas, Alternative Projections – Los Angeles Filmforum, Retrieved October 21, 2013
- Anderson, John and Laura Kim. I Wake Up Screening: What To Do Once You've Made That Movie, p. 195 (2006) (ISBN 2854188535) (Thomas "can also be very generous to filmmakers")
- Berlin, Joey (June 4, 2001). For Studios, Junkets Are Just Cost-Effective, Los Angeles Times ("I did chuckle, however, at the juxtaposition of Rosenberg's smug "expose" and Kevin Thomas' rave review of "Pearl Harbor."")
- von Busack, Richard (July 19, 2006). "Critical Masses – Upon reading the 1,000,000th 'the critic is dead' posting in a blog". Metro Silicon Valley.
Even 30 years ago, he was known as "the Will Rogers of film criticism"—he never saw a movie he didn't like.
- "Pioneering Film Critic Kevin Thomas to be Recognized by Lesbian & Gay Journalists at National Convention". HighBeam Research. July 10, 2003.
- "Gettysburg College Honors Three Distinguished Alumni". gettysburg.edu. May 20, 2000.
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