Time magazine film critic Richard Corliss has passed away at the age of 71. He devoted his life to the discussion and advancement of films and filmmakers. Corliss won a permanent place in my heart in 2007, when he named Weerasathakul's weird and wonderful Syndromes and a Century as that year's best film, topping such popular hits as No Country for Old Men and There will be Blood. That took some guts. The magazine has published a lovely tribute.