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Well-Known Movie Critic Loses Another Job

Apr 25, 2011  •  Post A Comment

A film critic known for his stint at The New York Times as well as his dreadlocks has been dropped by Movieline, his latest employer, after just three months, reports TheWrap.com.

The critic is Elvis Mitchell, and the latest news comes on the heels of his being hired to host Roger Ebert’s revamped "At the Movies," but then fired before the show commenced.

Mitchell reportedly had another industry job, running Sony’s New York office, but was never in his office, the story says.

Mitchell is now working only for KCRW, a local NPR radio station based in Los Angeles, where he does "The Treatment," a movie interview program.

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