FilmWeek is currently my favorite movie review show, after a lifetime of studying film, writing reviews myself, and having been raised on Siskel & Ebert. What it has that the latter did not is a multiplicity of critical perspectives, rotating each week. Because of FilmWeek, I discovered Tim Cogshell, an African American critic and my current favorite, Charles Solomon, an expert on animation, and Amy Nicholson, a young, female former MTV critic young who was a fan of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" growing up, and thus offers a unique perspective not usually seen or heard in modern film criticism. "FilmWeek" also features Roger Ebert's hand-picked successor Christy Lemire on occasion, and because of the diversity of its rotating lineup, you get a series of fresh and insightful perspectives. It's been my go-to movie review show for the past several years now, and I can't recommend it highly enough. A winner!