There's a new film critic gaining all sorts of internet buzz, one who recently showed up on the Early Show offering up his take on the likes of Inception, Ramona and Beezus, and Salt. He's not just some Joe Schmoe off the street. His work can be seen on his website -- Lights, Camera, Jackson, on New York television, Disney radio, and The Record newspaper. He's even won a NY Emmy Award.

There's just one thing: He's not some film school grad, or other adult film geek. Jackson is an 11-year-old kid who "began his career" at the age of 7 1/2. The kid is such a cinephile, in fact, that he claims in-the-womb movie fandom, as his mom went to see Mulan a month before he was born. "Legend has it he kicked his mother during the funny parts."

He's a tyke in a suit, and after showering Chris Wragge (embedding disabled; watch the clip at that link) with every critic one-liner known to man, many are now asking the question: Is he really entertaining, or just plain annoying as all hell?
categories Movies, Cinematical