Books by David Denby

DO THE MOVIES HAVE A FUTURE? by David Denby
ENTERTAINMENT & SPORTS
Released: Oct. 2, 2012

"A must for movie lovers and more proof that Denby's gifts are better displayed in a full-length text than in a short review."
From the New Yorker film critic, a collection of critical essays that's more than a miscellaneous roundup. Read full book review >
AMERICAN SUCKER by David Denby
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
Released: Jan. 12, 2004

"For those who felt Denby lost some of the bounce in his step when he moved from New York to the New Yorker, here he is again in full, anxious, exegetic stride."
A seismic disturbance rocks New Yorker film critic Denby's life, and he turns for security, Lord help him, to the stock market of early 2000. Read full book review >
Released: Sept. 1, 1996

In a coup of cultural journalism, a prominent film critic returns to the Ivy League classroom as a front-line correspondent on the culture wars. For this book, Denby, film critic for New York and a contributing editor at the New Yorker, spent an academic year attending Columbia University's famous ``core curriculum'' classes in the great books, Literature Humanities and Contemporary Civilization. Read full book review >