From Otis Ferguson and Pauline Kael to Roger Ebert and the Globe's own Wesley Morris, here's a fond, thorough overview of a rarely acknowledged art form: the movie review. The film's director, professor and longtime Boston Phoenix movie critic Gerald Peary, builds a case for film criticism as a key, influential pop interrogation, right in time for the death of the written word. (Just kidding.) (Not really.)
4/27, 7 p.m., ICA.