Lexi Feinberg

Lexi Feinberg is a freelance film critic and has contributed reviews to Big Picture Big Sound, Cinema Blend, JoBlo, Pop Syndicate and Show Business Weekly, a New York City trade paper. She graduated from Adelphi University in 2004 and has since held editorial positions at TV Guide and Forbes.com. Read Feinberg's recent articles below. For her Women On Film archive, type "Lexi Feinberg" in the Search Box (upper right corner of screen).


Articles by Lexi Feinberg


PAPER TOWNS – Review by Lexi Feinberg

A cute story that will vanish from memory about as quickly as Margo from her next residence. Read more>>

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KINGS OF SUMMER – Review by Lexi Feinberg

Set in the suburbs of Ohio, “The Kings of Summer” is a coming-of-age story that plays like the love child of “Stand by Me” and “Moonrise Kingdom”. It is sweet and funny and weird, much like adolescent males themselves. In this case, two teenage guy friends have had enough of their nagging parents and since school’s out for summer, they decide to build a home of their own in the woods. Read more>>

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AWFJ Women On Film – Lexi Feinberg’s Top Ten of 2009

1. 500 Days of Summer

2. A Serious Man

3. An Education

4. Inglourious Basterds

5. Up

6. I Love You, Man

7. Up in the Air

8. Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire

9. The Hurt Locker

10. Where the Wild Things Are

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AWFJ Women On Film – “500 Days of Summer” – Lexi Feinberg reviews

In Marc Webb’s fantastic feature film debut “(500) Days of Summer,” breaking up is hard to do — for one of the people involved. Read more>>

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AWFJ Women On Film – “Bruno” – Lexi Feinberg reviews

Like grapefruit or country music, Cohen is an acquired taste, but many people will find themselves embarrassed by just how hard they are laughing. Read more>>

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AWFJ Women On Film – “Away We Go” – Lexi Feinberg reviews

It seems like yet another quirkfest straight out of Sundance, but “Away We Go” has a sneaky way of winning people over. You’ll see. Read more>>

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AWFJ Women On Film – Mia Farrow’s Hunger Strike – Lexi Feinberg reports

As well known for her activism as she is for her acting, Mia Farrow, 64, is fasting to draw attention to the humanitarian crisis in Sudan’s combat-ridden Darfur region. Read more>>

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AWFJ Women On Film – “Battle For Terra” – Lexi Feinberg reviews

“Battle For Terra” tries really hard to put on a serious face but instead plays like a third-rate MADtv parody about careless humans in space. Read more>>

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Women On Film – “I Love You, Man” – Lexi Feinberg reviews

When it comes to the March movie slump, Love really is all you need. Read more>>

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Women On Film – “Confessions of a Shopaholic” – Lexi Feinberg reviews

This grating comedy shows that racking up extreme credit card debt isn’t cute or charming. Who knew? During a time of rampant economic crisis, it’s hard to be amused by “Confessions of a Shopaholic.” Read more>>

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Women On Film – “He’s Just Not That Into You” – Lexi Feinberg reviews

Don’t believe the hype: It’s yet another generic rom-com disguised as a cold splash of water. Read more>>

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Women On Film – “Revolutionary Road” – Lexi Feinberg reviews

Oh the suburbs, with their cookie-cutter houses, finely trimmed lawns and Toyotas parked in the driveway. It’s like a Kodak moment sprung to life, Read more>> read more

“Australia” – Lexi Feinberg reviews

Bigger isn’t better when it comes to Baz Luhrman’s large-scale, over-budget failure Australia. Read more>>

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“Twilight” – Lexi Feinberg reviews

There’s something about doomed love affairs that gets people all aflutter, whether it’s Romeo and Juliet or Jack and Rose or even Ryan and Reese. read more>>

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“Role Models” – Lexi Feinberg reviews

Cinematic man-children are all the craze nowadays, especially if they’re over 30 and still live at home, can’t hold down a job and have never touched a woman. Read more>>

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Women On Film – “Happy-Go-Lucky” – Lexi Feinberg reviews

Happiness means different things to everyone. Read more>>

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“Zack and Miri Make a Porno” – Lexi Feinberg reviews

Devout fans have been waiting, patiently, for writer/director Kevin Smith to return to form, and their wish has finally been granted with “Zack and Miri Make a Porno.” Read more>>

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“The Secret Life of Bees” – Lexi Feinberg reviews

“The Secret Life of Bees” is this year’s “Kite Runner,” and that’s not a compliment. Read more>>

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“Choke” – Lexi Feinberg reviews

Chuck Palahniuk is notorious for writing unlikeable books about unsympathetic people, so it’s no big shock that “Choke,” his latest story to hit the big screen, centers around a total nimwit. What is surprising, however, is that a film about a scheming, soul-searching sex addict named Victor (Sam Rockwell) could be quite so tedious. Read more>>

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“Towelhead” – Lexi Feinberg reviews

Jasira (Summer Bishil) has a bewitching power over men. She can’t seem to leave the house without several guys, the older the merrier, treating her like the latest Apple gadget they simply must add to their collection. They don’t let the fact that she is merely 13 years old deter them–it raises a “caution” sign at best, never a “stop.” Read more>>

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“Sex and the City” – Lexi Feinberg reviews

Is this really the “Sex and the City” reunion that we waited all these years to see? Not only is it upsetting and frustrating, but it’s also shockingly undeveloped, considering its nearly two-and-a-half-hour running time. Read more>>

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“27 Dresses” – Lexi Feinberg reviews

If there’s a blushing bride anywhere in “27 Dresses,” it’s clearly out of embarrassment. Read more>>

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“The Bucket List,” review by Lexi Feinberg

Thankfully, the film is mostly light and harmless, not one of the year’s best but nothing too hazardous to your health. Read more

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“Sweeney Todd,” Review by Lexi Feinberg

The most twisted, deranged and blood-splattering film of the year has arrived at last, and it’s every bit as wonderful as you might expect. Read more

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“Atonement,” review by Lexi Feinberg

“Atonement” features the type of heart-tugging movie magic generally found in long-gone eras – it’s more “From Here To Eternity” than the overwrought “Cold Mountain” or “Seinfeld”-ridiculed “The English Patient.” Finally, a new love story worth falling in love with. Read more

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