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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 21, 2018

If I Had an Emmy Ballot 2018
Centuries of subjugation weigh down the men and women of "There There," his quietly devastating debut.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 21, 2018

Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: June 21, 2018
Centuries of subjugation weigh down the men and women of "There There," his quietly devastating debut.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 20, 2018

Cinepocalypse 2018 Preview
"Black Panther" leads at the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards. And the Monterey Pop Festival streams 51 years after it happened.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 20, 2018

Netflix's Luke Cage is Stronger, Faster in its Second Season
"Black Panther" leads at the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards. And the Monterey Pop Festival streams 51 years after it happened.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 20, 2018

Love and Survival: David and Nathan Zellner on Damsel
"Black Panther" leads at the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards. And the Monterey Pop Festival streams 51 years after it happened.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 19, 2018

BAMcinemaFest 2018 Preview
For nearly 40 years, Mr. Reese shaped tastes, cultivated collectors and advised museums and libraries from his by-appointment-only store in New Haven.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 19, 2018

Taylor Sheridan's Ambitious Yellowstone is Expansive, Unruly
For nearly 40 years, Mr. Reese shaped tastes, cultivated collectors and advised museums and libraries from his by-appointment-only store in New Haven.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 19, 2018

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
Ian Pai said he was in on the ground floor of Blue Man Group, but that his royalties were not commensurate with his contributions.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2018

Video: Share Your Empathy on Roger's Birthday
The Abstract Expressionist painter Joan Mitchell is the star of the bellwether fair's investment-conscious market.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2018

What would Roger have done?
Stephen Colbert told his audience: "Children have reportedly been ripped from their families at the U.S. border. Now, if it sounds evil, then good news: Your ears are working."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2018

Video: Roger Ebert on 11th Hour
Having returned from the brink of financial disaster, the Hallé Orchestra in northern England is a chief custodian of its country's repertory.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 15, 2018

Mr. SOUL! to Screen at AFI DOCS on June 16th
The electronic music producer unites sounds from across Portuguese-speaking Africa into a unique style of dance music.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 15, 2018

House of Pain: Alex Wolff on Hereditary
In this documentary, the singer-songwriter John McCauley and his bandmates enact the bad-boy antics of rock over a decade in Deer Tick.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 15, 2018

Set It Up
Michael Ondaatje, whose most recent novel is "Warlight," loves characters "on the periphery": "Convicts, abandoned lovers, the dog that pulled someone out of quicksand."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 15, 2018

The Year of Spectacular Men
Michael Ondaatje, whose most recent novel is "Warlight," loves characters "on the periphery": "Convicts, abandoned lovers, the dog that pulled someone out of quicksand."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 15, 2018

The Yellow Birds
Michael Ondaatje, whose most recent novel is "Warlight," loves characters "on the periphery": "Convicts, abandoned lovers, the dog that pulled someone out of quicksand."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 15, 2018

Eating Animals
Michael Ondaatje, whose most recent novel is "Warlight," loves characters "on the periphery": "Convicts, abandoned lovers, the dog that pulled someone out of quicksand."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 15, 2018

Gotti
Michael Ondaatje, whose most recent novel is "Warlight," loves characters "on the periphery": "Convicts, abandoned lovers, the dog that pulled someone out of quicksand."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 15, 2018

China Salesman
Michael Ondaatje, whose most recent novel is "Warlight," loves characters "on the periphery": "Convicts, abandoned lovers, the dog that pulled someone out of quicksand."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 14, 2018

Thumbnails Special Edition: Where Are Our Diverse Voices in Film Criticism
The official party took place at the Plaza Hotel. The unofficial one was at the Carlyle.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 14, 2018

Cannes 2018 Video #8: Ed Lachman, William Nack and More
James and Deborah Fallows, flying around in a small propeller airplane, embarked on a years-long journey to the heartland of America, which they recount in "Our Towns."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 14, 2018

Dark Souls Remastered Wants to Make You Cry This Summer
In "Eisenhower vs. Warren," James F. Simon asks whether stronger leadership would have led to wider acceptance of Brown v. Board of Education.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 14, 2018

The Real-Life Fictions of The Tale and American Animals
In "Eisenhower vs. Warren," James F. Simon asks whether stronger leadership would have led to wider acceptance of Brown v. Board of Education.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 14, 2018

Tag
In "Eisenhower vs. Warren," James F. Simon asks whether stronger leadership would have led to wider acceptance of Brown v. Board of Education.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 13, 2018

Thumbnails 6/13/18
In Nilo Cruz's poetic tangle of a play, an opera star finds the recipient of her husband's heart after he dies in a car accident.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 13, 2018

Five Ways to Save Star Wars
In Nilo Cruz's poetic tangle of a play, an opera star finds the recipient of her husband's heart after he dies in a car accident.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 13, 2018

SuperFly
Roxane Gay appears on "Desus & Mero." And "Camperforce" reports on a program for Americans living in recreational vehicles.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 12, 2018

Steve James Named 2018 Guggenheim Honoree by American Film Institute
"The Band's Visit" won 10 awards, including best musical, and "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" won best play. Students from Parkland, Fla., gave a surprise performance.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 12, 2018

The Woman Trapped: The Lens of Ida Lupino
A lifelong jazz fan, Ms. Gordon took over New York's most venerated jazz nightclub when her husband died in 1989 and had run it ever since.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 12, 2018

CBS All Access' Strange Angel is a Slow Burn Through Fascinating History
A lifelong jazz fan, Ms. Gordon took over New York's most venerated jazz nightclub when her husband died in 1989 and had run it ever since.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 12, 2018

Bright Wall/Dark Room June 2018: Bob Fosse's Dance with the Five Stages of Grief in "All That Jazz"
A lifelong jazz fan, Ms. Gordon took over New York's most venerated jazz nightclub when her husband died in 1989 and had run it ever since.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 12, 2018

#330 June 12, 2018
On Mr. Bourdain's TV series, food wasn't simply a tourist experience; it was an expression of culture.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 11, 2018

Incredibles 2
Three new books explore the traumas, anxieties, injustices and even dangers of having children.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 11, 2018

In the Presence of Royalty: John Travolta on Gotti, Grease, Robert Shapiro and More
With "Woman of the Ashes," the first novel of a trilogy, Mia Couto conjures his country's colonial past with sensitivity and imagination.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 09, 2018

Alex Strangelove
Our guide to film series and special screenings.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 08, 2018

Bernard and Huey
Our guide to the city's best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 08, 2018

Won't You Be My Neighbor?
Allee Willis writes songs, hosts outrageous parties and made her own social network before we'd even heard of the internet. Now she's entering the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 08, 2018

Hearts Beat Loud
Allee Willis writes songs, hosts outrageous parties and made her own social network before we'd even heard of the internet. Now she's entering the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 08, 2018

Nancy
Allee Willis writes songs, hosts outrageous parties and made her own social network before we'd even heard of the internet. Now she's entering the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 08, 2018

Hotel Artemis
Allee Willis writes songs, hosts outrageous parties and made her own social network before we'd even heard of the internet. Now she's entering the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 08, 2018

Half the Picture
Allee Willis writes songs, hosts outrageous parties and made her own social network before we'd even heard of the internet. Now she's entering the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 08, 2018

En el Séptimo Dia
Allee Willis writes songs, hosts outrageous parties and made her own social network before we'd even heard of the internet. Now she's entering the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 08, 2018

Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist
Allee Willis writes songs, hosts outrageous parties and made her own social network before we'd even heard of the internet. Now she's entering the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 08, 2018

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Allee Willis writes songs, hosts outrageous parties and made her own social network before we'd even heard of the internet. Now she's entering the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 08, 2018

Believer
Allee Willis writes songs, hosts outrageous parties and made her own social network before we'd even heard of the internet. Now she's entering the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 08, 2018

The Workers Cup
Toni Collette stars as a mother facing diabolical family issues in Ari Aster's debut feature.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 07, 2018

Hereditary
"Is the world's greatest democracy and economy broken?" Brill asks in a presumably reassuring passage. "Not compared to the Civil War years, or to the early 1930s."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 07, 2018

Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: June 7, 2018
"Is the world's greatest democracy and economy broken?" Brill asks in a presumably reassuring passage. "Not compared to the Civil War years, or to the early 1930s."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 06, 2018

Paramount Network's Frustrating Series American Woman Only Looks Great
Despite the headline-grabbing rap drama between Pusha-T and Drake, Mr. Mendes has another No. 1 album.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 06, 2018

Ocean's 8
Mr. Sandler drew on his relationships with artists in the New York City scene of the 1950s and '60s in compiling authoritative histories.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 05, 2018

Short Films in Focus: Fry Day
The life and death of Pvt. Danny Chen, who killed himself after being brutally hazed in Afghanistan, is the subject of "An American Soldier."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 05, 2018

Netflix's The Staircase is Your True-Crime Obsession for the Summer
The life and death of Pvt. Danny Chen, who killed himself after being brutally hazed in Afghanistan, is the subject of "An American Soldier."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 04, 2018

AMC's Dietland Makes You Want More
Six new paperbacks to check out this week.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 04, 2018

A Life-Changing Adventure: On the Finale of FX's The Americans
Six new paperbacks to check out this week.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 01, 2018

Action Point
"Figures in a Landscape" is the latest collection from the prolific travel writer.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 01, 2018

Thumbnails Special Edition: Critics in the Spotlight
Andrea Constand breaks her silence to Kate Snow on "Dateline." And stream a new season of the New Zealand drama "800 Words."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 01, 2018

The Unloved, Part 54: Daniel
In "She Has Her Mother's Laugh" Carl Zimmer explores inheritance in all its varied dimensions — from genetic ancestry to biological definitions of race.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 01, 2018

Upgrade
In "She Has Her Mother's Laugh" Carl Zimmer explores inheritance in all its varied dimensions — from genetic ancestry to biological definitions of race.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 01, 2018

A Kid Like Jake
In "She Has Her Mother's Laugh" Carl Zimmer explores inheritance in all its varied dimensions — from genetic ancestry to biological definitions of race.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 01, 2018

Rodin
In "She Has Her Mother's Laugh" Carl Zimmer explores inheritance in all its varied dimensions — from genetic ancestry to biological definitions of race.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 01, 2018

American Animals
In "She Has Her Mother's Laugh" Carl Zimmer explores inheritance in all its varied dimensions — from genetic ancestry to biological definitions of race.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 01, 2018

Social Animals
In "She Has Her Mother's Laugh" Carl Zimmer explores inheritance in all its varied dimensions — from genetic ancestry to biological definitions of race.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 01, 2018

Breath
In "She Has Her Mother's Laugh" Carl Zimmer explores inheritance in all its varied dimensions — from genetic ancestry to biological definitions of race.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 31, 2018

Adrift
In "Tinderbox: The Untold Story of the Up Stairs Lounge Fire and the Rise of Gay Liberation," Robert W. Fieseler reports on an all but forgotten tragedy in New Orleans.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 31, 2018

FX's Historic Series Pose is Glamorous, Reverent
In "Tinderbox: The Untold Story of the Up Stairs Lounge Fire and the Rise of Gay Liberation," Robert W. Fieseler reports on an all but forgotten tragedy in New Orleans.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 30, 2018

HBO's Succession Audits Dysfunctional Family
After the 2018 prize was delayed because of a sexual harassment scandal, the director of the Nobel Foundation said there might not be an award in 2019, either.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 29, 2018

Lateral Momentum: Leigh Whannell on Upgrade
There were hits and misses, and a spirit of exploration, as the Graham company tried out new technologies during a two-week Google residency.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 29, 2018

Brilliant, Ambitious "Detroit: Become Human" Challenges Way We Play Games
There were hits and misses, and a spirit of exploration, as the Graham company tried out new technologies during a two-week Google residency.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 29, 2018

#329 May 29, 2018
Several new books examine methods of conducting war, from the days of George Washington to the latest developments in cyberwarfare.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 28, 2018

NBC's "Reverie" Offers Escape From Quality Programming
"Fatherland," now playing in London, is an ambitious, genre-defying work that brings together interviews about what it means to be a parent, enlivened with music and dance.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 25, 2018

Thumbnails Special Edition: Cannes 2018
A six-episode series on Amazon retells a tale of Victorian-era repression and vanishing Australian schoolgirls.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 25, 2018

Cannes 2018 Video #7: Critics Rountable
The play, created by Rady & Bloom, follows a celebration that goes nowhere, with nothing going according to plan.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 25, 2018

Future World
This autobiographical debut from the writer and director Carla Simón is light on drama yet dense with unspoken feeling.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 25, 2018

The Tale
Bruce LaBruce's film turns lesbian separatism into satire.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 25, 2018

Summer 1993
Bruce LaBruce's film turns lesbian separatism into satire.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 25, 2018

The Misandrists
Bruce LaBruce's film turns lesbian separatism into satire.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 25, 2018

Mary Shelley
Bruce LaBruce's film turns lesbian separatism into satire.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 25, 2018

In Darkness
Bruce LaBruce's film turns lesbian separatism into satire.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 25, 2018

Feral
Bruce LaBruce's film turns lesbian separatism into satire.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 24, 2018

Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: May 24, 2018
Here is a sampling of reviews of the prolific author's work, an essay he wrote and an interview he gave.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 24, 2018

Philip Roth: 1933-2018
The former White House photographer began subtly posting photos of the Obama era as a way of commenting on President Trump. Now he's getting more explicit.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 24, 2018

The Bluths Are Back Together in Season Five of Arrested Development
Our presidents' love of detective fiction has an august history. Craig Fehrman follows the clues.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 23, 2018

A Collection of Roger's "Star Wars" Reviews
While it might be tempting to proclaim that the borough is back, last weekend's literary celebration proved it never really left.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 23, 2018

How a Cliffhanger Finale Proves that NBC Needs to Renew Timeless
Twelve angry men and women await the return of a missing corpse in a revival of Stephen Adly Guirgis's dark comedy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 23, 2018

Cannes 2018: Edward Lachman, an honoree at the festival, discusses the past and future of cinematography
Twelve angry men and women await the return of a missing corpse in a revival of Stephen Adly Guirgis's dark comedy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 22, 2018

Everyone is an Alien When You're in Love: John Cameron Mitchell on How to Talk to Girls at Parties
Yes, there was fashion. But what stood out at the 71st Cannes Film Festival were the various demonstrations: on behalf of women, Gaza, Brazilian Indians, racial equality and more.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 22, 2018

Amazon Revisits Classic Tale of Picnic at Hanging Rock
Yes, there was fashion. But what stood out at the 71st Cannes Film Festival were the various demonstrations: on behalf of women, Gaza, Brazilian Indians, racial equality and more.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 22, 2018

Thumbnails 5/22/18
Yes, there was fashion. But what stood out at the 71st Cannes Film Festival were the various demonstrations: on behalf of women, Gaza, Brazilian Indians, racial equality and more.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 21, 2018

Figuring It Out: The Films of Laura Dern
After President Trump noted that the Russia probe had entered its second year, Corden imagined the first lady's reaction: "Oh, so you are capable of remembering anniversaries?'"

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 20, 2018

Cannes 2018 Video #6: Shoplifters, BlacKkKlansman Earn Top Prizes
On Thursday, buyers were looking for works fresh to the market from long-term collections, rather than resales.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 19, 2018

Cannes 2018 Video #5: Capharnaüm, The First of Many and More
Pregnancy and child birth get laughs in Chiara Atik's sketch-comedy-inspired play.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 19, 2018

Cannes 2018: Hirokazu Kore-Eda wins Palme d'Or; Gilliam's Man Who Killed Don Quixote Film Closes the Fest
Pregnancy and child birth get laughs in Chiara Atik's sketch-comedy-inspired play.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 19, 2018

Cannes 2018: The Wild Pear Tree, plus awards predictions
In Raja Gosnell's canine comedy, a Rottweiler teams up with a human crime-fighting partner to thwart an international animal smuggling ring.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 18, 2018

Cannes 2018: Palme des Whiskers
In "It's Time to Fight Dirty," David Faris lays out a strategy for structural changes to level a skewed electoral playing field.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 18, 2018

Cannes 2018: Ayka, Knife Heart
In "It's Time to Fight Dirty," David Faris lays out a strategy for structural changes to level a skewed electoral playing field.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 18, 2018

First Reformed
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 18, 2018

Show Dogs
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 18, 2018

Fahrenheit 451
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 18, 2018

On Chesil Beach
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 18, 2018

How to Talk to Girls at Parties
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

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