Lou Lumenick, a native of Astoria, Queens who's been covering movies since 1981, is The Post's chief film critic.
He's covered the Cannes, Toronto, Sundance and New York Film Festivals many times.
Lou co-curated the Turner Classic Movies film series "Shadows of Russia'' and has appeared on the network as an on-air guest programmer.
He will introduce "Design for Living'' on April 29 at the TCM Classic Film Festival in Hollywood.
Kyle Smith has been a film critic for the Post since 2005. He also
contributes book reviews and columns on current affairs to the
Sunday Post and is the author of the novels "Love Monkey," which was
adapated into a CBS TV series, and "A Christmas Caroline." He is a
graduate of Yale University.
V.A. Musetto is a film critic. His specialty is indie
and foreign movies, with an emphasis on Asian. He is a member of the
New York Film Critics Circle and frequents film festivals from Tokyo
to Rotterdam to Transylvania.
Reed Tucker writes movie features for the Sunday paper. He didn't like
"The Love Guru" either. He is a graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill.
Sara Stewart is a features writer who majors in movies
and minors in books, women's issues, health, fitness, science, music
and any sort of participatory journalism that doesn't involve being
on a boat.