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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 06, 2019

Earth, Wind & Fire to Become First R&B Group to Receive Kennedy Center Honors on December 8th
Young Luke was happy to find a friend in Daniel. Luke's mother couldn't see Daniel, but accepted him nonetheless, until he went too far.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 06, 2019

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Expands World of Legendary Franchise
President Trump's leaving NATO early after the release of a video in which leaders mock him was like a child calling his mother to come get him from a sleepover, Trevor Noah said.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 06, 2019

Midnight Family
President Trump's leaving NATO early after the release of a video in which leaders mock him was like a child calling his mother to come get him from a sleepover, Trevor Noah said.

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Dec 06, 2019

The Aeronauts
David Fincher's eerie drama is on FXM. And the third part of a Christmastime trilogy premieres on Netflix.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 06, 2019

Playmobil: The Movie
David Fincher's eerie drama is on FXM. And the third part of a Christmastime trilogy premieres on Netflix.

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Dec 06, 2019

Into the Dark: A Nasty Piece of Work
David Fincher's eerie drama is on FXM. And the third part of a Christmastime trilogy premieres on Netflix.

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Dec 06, 2019

The Disappearance of My Mother
David Fincher's eerie drama is on FXM. And the third part of a Christmastime trilogy premieres on Netflix.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 06, 2019

The Wolf Hour
David Fincher's eerie drama is on FXM. And the third part of a Christmastime trilogy premieres on Netflix.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 06, 2019

Little Joe
David Fincher's eerie drama is on FXM. And the third part of a Christmastime trilogy premieres on Netflix.

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Dec 06, 2019

A Million Little Pieces
David Fincher's eerie drama is on FXM. And the third part of a Christmastime trilogy premieres on Netflix.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 06, 2019

Knives and Skin
David Fincher's eerie drama is on FXM. And the third part of a Christmastime trilogy premieres on Netflix.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 05, 2019

In Fabric
Leandra Ruth Zarnow's "Battling Bella" presents an outspoken Bella Abzug who has something to say for our own time.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 05, 2019

Martin Scorsese's Dangerous Men: On the Actors of The Irishman
Leandra Ruth Zarnow's "Battling Bella" presents an outspoken Bella Abzug who has something to say for our own time.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 05, 2019

Apple TV Drama Truth Be Told Just Sounds Like Lies
Leandra Ruth Zarnow's "Battling Bella" presents an outspoken Bella Abzug who has something to say for our own time.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 05, 2019

Top of the World: Tom Harper on The Aeronauts
Leandra Ruth Zarnow's "Battling Bella" presents an outspoken Bella Abzug who has something to say for our own time.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 04, 2019

Sundance 2020 Announces Competition, Midnight, Premiere Titles and More
Laura Thompson's "Life in a Cold Climate" documents the upper-class fiction and fixations of Nancy Mitford, known for her pronouncements on what was de rigueur.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 04, 2019

Hulu's Reprisal Offers Stylish Story of Vengeance
Seats: Surrounding the stage. Budget: $550 million. Opening: March 2024. Goal: Avoid past failures.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 04, 2019

Luke Lorentzen on His Visceral Mexico City Ambulance Documentary, Midnight Family
Seats: Surrounding the stage. Budget: $550 million. Opening: March 2024. Goal: Avoid past failures.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 04, 2019

Portrait of a Lady on Fire
Seats: Surrounding the stage. Budget: $550 million. Opening: March 2024. Goal: Avoid past failures.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 03, 2019

The Confession Killer Turns Lies into Fascinating True Story
We sent four photographers to capture scenes beyond the stage in the theater district. Here's what they saw.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 03, 2019

Short Films in Focus: All These Creatures
We sent four photographers to capture scenes beyond the stage in the theater district. Here's what they saw.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 03, 2019

Video Interview: Martin Scorsese and Al Pacino on The Irishman
We sent four photographers to capture scenes beyond the stage in the theater district. Here's what they saw.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 02, 2019

?God Bless the Whistleblowers: Official Secrets
In taking the time to get to know his subjects, Andy Cohen paints a compelling portrait of those suffering from a public health crisis.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 02, 2019

The Unloved, Part 72: Solaris
In taking the time to get to know his subjects, Andy Cohen paints a compelling portrait of those suffering from a public health crisis.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 27, 2019

Home Entertainment Guide: November 27, 2019
He became America's most reliable comic star without ever leaving his comfort zone. So what's he doing in this year's most anxiety-inducing film?

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 27, 2019

M. Night Shyamalan, Apple TV Team Up for Unsettling Servant
He became America's most reliable comic star without ever leaving his comfort zone. So what's he doing in this year's most anxiety-inducing film?

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 27, 2019

White Snake
He became America's most reliable comic star without ever leaving his comfort zone. So what's he doing in this year's most anxiety-inducing film?

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 27, 2019

Bring the Soul to Life: Oscar-Winning Editor Paul Hirsch on "Planes, Trains and Automobiles," "Star Wars" and His New Memoir
He became America's most reliable comic star without ever leaving his comfort zone. So what's he doing in this year's most anxiety-inducing film?

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 27, 2019

AFI Fest 2019: Highlights From Around the World
He became America's most reliable comic star without ever leaving his comfort zone. So what's he doing in this year's most anxiety-inducing film?

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 27, 2019

63 Up
He became America's most reliable comic star without ever leaving his comfort zone. So what's he doing in this year's most anxiety-inducing film?

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 27, 2019

Queen & Slim
He became America's most reliable comic star without ever leaving his comfort zone. So what's he doing in this year's most anxiety-inducing film?

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Nov 27, 2019

The Two Popes
He became America's most reliable comic star without ever leaving his comfort zone. So what's he doing in this year's most anxiety-inducing film?

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 26, 2019

The Best Television of the Decade
Midbudget films are being ignored by audiences, who increasingly go to theaters only to see big franchise movies.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 26, 2019

#368 November 26, 2019
In Rome, a glitzy ceremony celebrated the stars of an industry, which may be the best in the world but is often dismissed and overstretched.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 25, 2019

Knives Out
Long considered a master by her peers, Dormeshia is entering her prime.

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Nov 25, 2019

Rian Johnson and Michael Shannon on Knives Out, '70s Rockers, Making a Whodunit with a Good Heart and More
Long considered a master by her peers, Dormeshia is entering her prime.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 22, 2019

Death Stranding Offers Surreal, Cinematic Experience with Controller in Your Hands
This action thriller set in a parking garage with a female butt-kicking lead doesn't even reach the level of watchable novelty.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 22, 2019

Black Cinema to be Celebrated by the Critics Choice Association at December 2nd Ceremony Honoring Murphy, Long, Ejiofor and Lemmons
Jorge Comensal's first novel, "The Mutations," features an attorney rendered mute by tongue cancer who finds comfort in the profane squawks of a parrot.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 22, 2019

Varda by Agnès
Jorge Comensal's first novel, "The Mutations," features an attorney rendered mute by tongue cancer who finds comfort in the profane squawks of a parrot.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 22, 2019

Dark Waters
Alan Lightman's novel loses its charm in Joanne Sydney Lessner and Joshua Rosenblum's show, which lacks a sense of a sure artistic voice.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 22, 2019

21 Bridges
Alan Lightman's novel loses its charm in Joanne Sydney Lessner and Joshua Rosenblum's show, which lacks a sense of a sure artistic voice.

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Nov 22, 2019

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
Alan Lightman's novel loses its charm in Joanne Sydney Lessner and Joshua Rosenblum's show, which lacks a sense of a sure artistic voice.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 22, 2019

When Lambs Become Lions
Alan Lightman's novel loses its charm in Joanne Sydney Lessner and Joshua Rosenblum's show, which lacks a sense of a sure artistic voice.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 22, 2019

Hala
Alan Lightman's novel loses its charm in Joanne Sydney Lessner and Joshua Rosenblum's show, which lacks a sense of a sure artistic voice.

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Nov 22, 2019

Shooting the Mafia
Alan Lightman's novel loses its charm in Joanne Sydney Lessner and Joshua Rosenblum's show, which lacks a sense of a sure artistic voice.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 21, 2019

AFI Fest 2019: Richard Jewell
A new play focuses on the first woman to win the Nobel Prize and her friendship with Hertha Ayrton, a fellow scientist played by Kate Mulgrew.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 21, 2019

Frozen II
Their music spans genres and generations, but six iconic performers strike a similar chord in their new memoirs. The dominant note? Honesty.

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Nov 20, 2019

Adult Drama of The Accident Should Appeal to Hulu Subscribers
"Light Break" and "The Sound I Saw" capture the full scope of the 20th-Century Harlem photographer's career.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 20, 2019

Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator
"Light Break" and "The Sound I Saw" capture the full scope of the 20th-Century Harlem photographer's career.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 19, 2019

Benjamin Marshall Documentary to Premiere Today at Chicago's Gene Siskel Film Center
Rob Kapilow's "Listening for America" explains how to distinguish good from bad in the Great American Songbook.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 19, 2019

Bright Wall/Dark Room November 2019: I Don't Know How to Do Anything Else by Kellie Herson
City Center's gala production of the 1979 Broadway musical gives our favorite fascist enabler a feminist makeover.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 19, 2019

Seventh Row Publishes Beyond Empowertainment, a Critical Study of Feminism in Horror
City Center's gala production of the 1979 Broadway musical gives our favorite fascist enabler a feminist makeover.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 18, 2019

Mr. Rogers' Compulsive Intimacy: The Writers Behind A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
Dr. Robertson, who wrote or edited dozens of books, was best known for his monumental biography of Stonewall Jackson.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 18, 2019

Transcending Life on This Planet: The Films of Yasujiro Ozu
Dr. Robertson, who wrote or edited dozens of books, was best known for his monumental biography of Stonewall Jackson.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 15, 2019

Atlantics
The gifted Devika Bhise and an unrecognizable Rupert Everett face off in this awkward, declamatory tribute to an inspirational Indian ruler.

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Nov 15, 2019

Charlie's Angels
The gifted Devika Bhise and an unrecognizable Rupert Everett face off in this awkward, declamatory tribute to an inspirational Indian ruler.

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Nov 15, 2019

The Good Liar
The gifted Devika Bhise and an unrecognizable Rupert Everett face off in this awkward, declamatory tribute to an inspirational Indian ruler.

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Nov 15, 2019

The Report
The gifted Devika Bhise and an unrecognizable Rupert Everett face off in this awkward, declamatory tribute to an inspirational Indian ruler.

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Nov 15, 2019

I Lost My Body
The gifted Devika Bhise and an unrecognizable Rupert Everett face off in this awkward, declamatory tribute to an inspirational Indian ruler.

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Nov 15, 2019

Waves
The gifted Devika Bhise and an unrecognizable Rupert Everett face off in this awkward, declamatory tribute to an inspirational Indian ruler.

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Nov 15, 2019

Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project
The gifted Devika Bhise and an unrecognizable Rupert Everett face off in this awkward, declamatory tribute to an inspirational Indian ruler.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 15, 2019

The Warrior Queen of Jhansi
The gifted Devika Bhise and an unrecognizable Rupert Everett face off in this awkward, declamatory tribute to an inspirational Indian ruler.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 15, 2019

Earthquake Bird
The gifted Devika Bhise and an unrecognizable Rupert Everett face off in this awkward, declamatory tribute to an inspirational Indian ruler.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 15, 2019

Feast of the Seven Fishes
Matt Wolf's documentary shows how one woman captured history by recording television news. The results are compelling.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 14, 2019

Ford v Ferrari
Three new books by medical professionals delve into the human emotions involved in tending to the gravely ill.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 14, 2019

Home Entertainment Guide: November 14, 2019
Three new books by medical professionals delve into the human emotions involved in tending to the gravely ill.

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Nov 14, 2019

A Language Possessed and Reconquered: Mati Diop on Atlantics
Three new books by medical professionals delve into the human emotions involved in tending to the gravely ill.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 13, 2019

Mickey and the Bear
A photography workshop for veterans offered an outlet to help them cope with the challenges of being home. An exhibit of their work is on display in Buffalo.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 13, 2019

Chicago Journalists Association Upholds Journalistic Excellence at its 80th Anniversary Awards Dinner on November 15th
A photography workshop for veterans offered an outlet to help them cope with the challenges of being home. An exhibit of their work is on display in Buffalo.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 13, 2019

Studying Shia and Bringing Otis to Life: Alma Har'el on Honey Boy
The four-part HBO mini-series starring Helen Mirren concludes. And ‘A Single Man' arrives on Netflix.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 13, 2019

Hulu Comedy Dollface Not as Clever as It Thinks
The four-part HBO mini-series starring Helen Mirren concludes. And ‘A Single Man' arrives on Netflix.

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Nov 12, 2019

Disney Plus Launches with Star Wars Spin-off The Mandalorian
Her sculptures, which often incorporated tree trunks and animal carcasses, emphasized commonality and connection between humans, animals and the earth.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 12, 2019

Short Films in Focus: Sometimes, I Think About Dying
Her sculptures, which often incorporated tree trunks and animal carcasses, emphasized commonality and connection between humans, animals and the earth.

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Nov 12, 2019

Noelle
Her sculptures, which often incorporated tree trunks and animal carcasses, emphasized commonality and connection between humans, animals and the earth.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 12, 2019

#367 November 12, 2019
The pianist Maxim Lando, 17, displayed stamina and brilliance in his New York recital debut. But he still has room to grow as an artist.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 11, 2019

Two Sides of the Same Coin: Trey Edward Shults, Kelvin Harrison Jr. and Taylor Russell on Waves
In R.J. Palacio's graphic novel "White Bird," a grandmother finally shares her harrowing tale of survival under the Nazis.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 11, 2019

Not defending the Marvel Cinematic Universe
Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 11, 2019

Lady and the Tramp
Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 11, 2019

Disney Plus Launches with Original Shows in the Shadow of Its Massive Library
Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 08, 2019

Thumbnails 11/8/19
Lesley Chilcott's documentary on Paul Watson includes snippets of his "eco-vigilante" group's widely publicized skirmishes.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 08, 2019

Quake at the Wonder of Godzilla with Phenomenal Criterion Box Set
This film about a music workshop held at a city jail only sometimes transcends its role as an awareness tool.

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Nov 08, 2019

Midway
"Akhnaten" is coming to the Metropolitan Opera for the first time. Here's what it takes to hold an audience's attention for three hours.

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Nov 08, 2019

Honey Boy
"Akhnaten" is coming to the Metropolitan Opera for the first time. Here's what it takes to hold an audience's attention for three hours.

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Nov 08, 2019

Playing with Fire
"Akhnaten" is coming to the Metropolitan Opera for the first time. Here's what it takes to hold an audience's attention for three hours.

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Nov 08, 2019

Last Christmas
"Akhnaten" is coming to the Metropolitan Opera for the first time. Here's what it takes to hold an audience's attention for three hours.

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Nov 08, 2019

The Kingmaker
"Akhnaten" is coming to the Metropolitan Opera for the first time. Here's what it takes to hold an audience's attention for three hours.

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Nov 08, 2019

Klaus
"Akhnaten" is coming to the Metropolitan Opera for the first time. Here's what it takes to hold an audience's attention for three hours.

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Nov 08, 2019

Crown Vic
"Akhnaten" is coming to the Metropolitan Opera for the first time. Here's what it takes to hold an audience's attention for three hours.

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Nov 08, 2019

Cold Brook
"Akhnaten" is coming to the Metropolitan Opera for the first time. Here's what it takes to hold an audience's attention for three hours.

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Nov 08, 2019

Primal
"Akhnaten" is coming to the Metropolitan Opera for the first time. Here's what it takes to hold an audience's attention for three hours.

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Nov 08, 2019

Serenity Now: Paul Harrill on Light from Light
Our guide to film series and special screenings.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 07, 2019

Doctor Sleep
Under academy rules, international entries must predominantly be in a non-English language. It's not the first movie to be disqualified for this reason.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 07, 2019

Call of Duty Grapples with Real-World Violence
Under academy rules, international entries must predominantly be in a non-English language. It's not the first movie to be disqualified for this reason.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 07, 2019

So Many Heroes: Ed Skrein and Luke Kleintank on Portraying the Greatest Generation in the WWII Epic Midway
Under academy rules, international entries must predominantly be in a non-English language. It's not the first movie to be disqualified for this reason.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 06, 2019

The Best Films of the 2010s: Where to Watch Them
Fans came for a big-screen experience of Martin Scorsese's gangster epic at the Belasco Theater, ahead of the film's arrival on Netflix. They left with a few souvenirs.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 06, 2019

The Best Films of the 2010s: The Tree of Life
Fans came for a big-screen experience of Martin Scorsese's gangster epic at the Belasco Theater, ahead of the film's arrival on Netflix. They left with a few souvenirs.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 06, 2019

The Best Films of the 2010s: Moonlight
Fans came for a big-screen experience of Martin Scorsese's gangster epic at the Belasco Theater, ahead of the film's arrival on Netflix. They left with a few souvenirs.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 06, 2019

The Best Films of the 2010s: Inside Llewyn Davis
Fans came for a big-screen experience of Martin Scorsese's gangster epic at the Belasco Theater, ahead of the film's arrival on Netflix. They left with a few souvenirs.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 06, 2019

The Best Films of the 2010s: Mad Max: Fury Road
Fans came for a big-screen experience of Martin Scorsese's gangster epic at the Belasco Theater, ahead of the film's arrival on Netflix. They left with a few souvenirs.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Nov 06, 2019

The Best Films of the 2010s: Phantom Thread
Fans came for a big-screen experience of Martin Scorsese's gangster epic at the Belasco Theater, ahead of the film's arrival on Netflix. They left with a few souvenirs.

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