The critics agree: there’s no better movie critic this month than Lou Lumenick!
That’s right: for our February 2015 Critic of the Month, we’re recognizing Lou Lumenick of The New York Post. Mr. Hoffman has all of the qualities we love in a critic: he loves movies and loves to talk about them after viewing them.
In honor of Lou’s award-winning month of work, we wanted to share several of his recommendations with you. This should give you a sense of his impeccable taste:
- Lou Lumenick loved the Annie remake, saying it was an “Easy A” in his book!
- Mr. Lumenick enjoyed Penguins of Madagascar, describing it as “endlessly hilarious”!
- Lou called Goodbye to Language a “good thing” for the world.
- The critic found Inherent Vice to be “terribly engaging.”
- Finally, here’s how Lumenick describes one of his favorite films of 2014: “Hector and the Search for Happiness will most likely inspire audiences”!
As you can see, Lou has a broad taste in film. His palette is remarkable, and we recommend you keep tabs on him in the future. This critic is going places … aside from the movies, that is!
Congratulations, Lou Lumenick, from all of us here at The Critics Agree!