Film critic James Rocchi is a freelance writer and columnist whose work has been published at outlets like MSN Movies & The Toronto Star. He’s written about pop culture and movies for publications like Mother Jones, the L.A. Weekly, Sharp magazine and Metro Newspapers, and he was the film critic for Netflix from 2001-2005 and the film critic for San Francisco’s CBS-5 from 2005-2008. He was a senior writer for AOL’s Cinematical 2005-2009, and also wrote the ‘Rocchi’s Retro Rental’ column for The San Francisco Chronicle’s SFGate.com. He’s previously written the ‘Now and Then’ column for the website of American Movie Classics and theatrical and DVD reviews for Redbox.com. He’s a ‘Tomatometer” critic at Rotten Tomatoes, and a member of the BFCA (Broadcast Film Critics of America), LAFCA (Los Angeles Film Critic’s Association) and OFCS (Online Film Critics Society).