By YAN WANG
NEW YORK (CBS) Jackson Murphy, better-known as "Lights, Camera, Jackson," is an 11-year-old film critic who has already made a name for himself with his reviews of feature films, based on his movie report card.
Jackson first stepped into a movie theater at the age of 5, seeing Disney offerings such as "Finding Nemo" and "The Lizzie McGuire Movie." Since then, his taste has matured a bit!
Jackson began his career as a critic in January 2006, at the tender age of 7. His reviews are seen each week on TV stations throughout upstate New York. Jackson also has his own column of reviews that comes out each week in "The Record" newspaper in Bergen County, N.J..
His reviews have put him in the spotlight. He has made appearances on "The Early Show" as well as Fox News. In April, Jackson became the youngest person to ever get of a New York Emmy Award, for his film reviews, making him the youngest recipient of a New York Emmy.
For more about Jackson, visit his website, Lights, Camera, Jackson.
Also, check out his latest appearance on "The Early Show":