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Robert Levin, amNewYork's news editor, has been writing about movies for the paper since joining as an intern in 2007 and he's done double duty as film critic since 2012. He has a degree in Cinema Studies from NYU and his work has also appeared in publications including The Star-Ledger, The Atlantic, Newsday, Backstage and Film School Rejects. Levin estimates that he's written several thousand movie reviews since his first at age 10.
Scott A. Rosenberg is the entertainment editor at amNewYork. He watches movies and TV shows, reads comic books and plays with toys...for a living. He often reviews films here, too.
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