A film critic's manifesto takes directors down a peg, puts writers on top, and turns Hollywood on its head.
What's missing from this picture? Orson Welles directed and starred in "Citizen Kane" - but Herman Mankiewicz (not shown) wrote it.
NEXT WEEK, moviegoers will likely be buzzing over a best actor nomination for Joaquin Phoenix for his performance in ''Walk the Line" and yet another best director nod for Steven Spielberg. But there probably won't be too much water cooler chitchat over the nominations for best screenplay. (Full article: 1521 words)
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