Movies, great and good

The Oak Street Cinema
The Oak Street Cinema on the edge of the U of M Minneapolis campus.
MPR Photo/Euan Kerr

In his most recent article, film critic David Thomson asks the difficult question, "When is a movie great?" Our films are artificial now, he says, and we are nostalgic for substance.

Fellow critic Richard Brody disagrees. They both join us today to discuss movies, great and good.

Follow along during the show on our live blog:

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