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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 18, 2019

The Standoff at Sparrow Creek
The film, directed by Roberta Grossman, tells the story of Oyneg Shabes, a group of Jews imprisoned in the Warsaw Ghetto who worked to document their culture.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 18, 2019

Brexit
The author of "Adèle" and "The Perfect Nanny" (one of the Book Review's 10 Best Books of 2018) likes that her shelves are a mess: "It takes me a long time to find the book I need, and very often I find another one I had totally forgotten about."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 18, 2019

An Acceptable Loss
The author of "Adèle" and "The Perfect Nanny" (one of the Book Review's 10 Best Books of 2018) likes that her shelves are a mess: "It takes me a long time to find the book I need, and very often I find another one I had totally forgotten about."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 18, 2019

Arrow Releases First Must-Own Blu-ray of the Year in Crimson Peak
The author of "Adèle" and "The Perfect Nanny" (one of the Book Review's 10 Best Books of 2018) likes that her shelves are a mess: "It takes me a long time to find the book I need, and very often I find another one I had totally forgotten about."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 18, 2019

Close
The author of "Adèle" and "The Perfect Nanny" (one of the Book Review's 10 Best Books of 2018) likes that her shelves are a mess: "It takes me a long time to find the book I need, and very often I find another one I had totally forgotten about."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 18, 2019

Fyre
The author of "Adèle" and "The Perfect Nanny" (one of the Book Review's 10 Best Books of 2018) likes that her shelves are a mess: "It takes me a long time to find the book I need, and very often I find another one I had totally forgotten about."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 18, 2019

Adult Life Skills
The author of "Adèle" and "The Perfect Nanny" (one of the Book Review's 10 Best Books of 2018) likes that her shelves are a mess: "It takes me a long time to find the book I need, and very often I find another one I had totally forgotten about."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 18, 2019

Don't Come Back from the Moon
The author of "Adèle" and "The Perfect Nanny" (one of the Book Review's 10 Best Books of 2018) likes that her shelves are a mess: "It takes me a long time to find the book I need, and very often I find another one I had totally forgotten about."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 18, 2019

The Last Man
The author of "Adèle" and "The Perfect Nanny" (one of the Book Review's 10 Best Books of 2018) likes that her shelves are a mess: "It takes me a long time to find the book I need, and very often I find another one I had totally forgotten about."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 18, 2019

IO
The author of "Adèle" and "The Perfect Nanny" (one of the Book Review's 10 Best Books of 2018) likes that her shelves are a mess: "It takes me a long time to find the book I need, and very often I find another one I had totally forgotten about."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 18, 2019

Who Will Write Our History
The author of "Adèle" and "The Perfect Nanny" (one of the Book Review's 10 Best Books of 2018) likes that her shelves are a mess: "It takes me a long time to find the book I need, and very often I find another one I had totally forgotten about."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 17, 2019

MoMA's To Save and Project Restoration Festival to Screen Cane River
Two grants will help start a new fellowship program and support the work of the Poetry Coalition.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 17, 2019

Jon Bernthal's Incredible Work Gets Lost in the Second Season of Netflix's The Punisher
"Inheritance" explores the way we construct our identities, and how much our belief in a blood connection to our parents shapes how we view ourselves.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 17, 2019

The Lion in Winter
"Inheritance" explores the way we construct our identities, and how much our belief in a blood connection to our parents shapes how we view ourselves.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 17, 2019

Glass
In her latest Help Desk column, Judith Newman consults three books that offer guidance to readers navigating through tense times.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 16, 2019

Syfy's Deadly Class Fails to Live Up to Its Potential
The theater, which had been closed since the late 1980s, once featured notable actors such as Katharine Hepburn and Helen Hayes. Supporters had been leading efforts to restore it.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 16, 2019

Fyre Fraud
The tribute makes Elliott only the third rapper to be inducted into the organization, following Jay-Z and Jermaine Dupri.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 16, 2019

Showtime's Black Monday Wastes Talented Ensemble
"The Upside," starring Hart and Bryan Cranston, exceeded box-office expectations in the same week that Hart definitively ruled out hosting the Oscars.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 16, 2019

The Heiresses
"The Upside," starring Hart and Bryan Cranston, exceeded box-office expectations in the same week that Hart definitively ruled out hosting the Oscars.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 16, 2019

Roma, Vice, Black Panther Win Big at 24th Critics' Choice Awards
"The Upside," starring Hart and Bryan Cranston, exceeded box-office expectations in the same week that Hart definitively ruled out hosting the Oscars.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 15, 2019

Born This Way: Why 1954's A Star Is Born Is Still The Best
Harris discusses her new memoir, "The Truths We Hold," which recounts her childhood, her tenure as California's attorney general and the political landscape we inhabit now.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 15, 2019

R.L. Stine on Goosebumps: Haunted Halloween, the Connection Between Humor and Horror and More
Harris discusses her new memoir, "The Truths We Hold," which recounts her childhood, her tenure as California's attorney general and the political landscape we inhabit now.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 15, 2019

Bright Wall/Dark Room January 2019: The Year of the Death Wish by Fran Hoepfner
Harris discusses her new memoir, "The Truths We Hold," which recounts her childhood, her tenure as California's attorney general and the political landscape we inhabit now.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 14, 2019

Thumbnails 1/14/19
Animals from the American Folk Art Museum share a habitat with paintings from Fountain House Gallery that embrace a similar theme.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 14, 2019

Lukas Dhont on Girl, the Film's Controversial Casting, What Representation Means to Him and More
Mesha Maren's debut novel, "Sugar Run," sets a quest for re-entry against the backdrop of modern Appalachia.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 14, 2019

The Shield Finally Gets a Full Season Blu-ray Release
Mesha Maren's debut novel, "Sugar Run," sets a quest for re-entry against the backdrop of modern Appalachia.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 14, 2019

Obsession and The Void: The Performances of Christian Bale
Mesha Maren's debut novel, "Sugar Run," sets a quest for re-entry against the backdrop of modern Appalachia.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 11, 2019

A Dog's Way Home
The author, most recently, of the memoir "Inheritance" turns to family and friends for reading suggestions: "My 19-year-old son is a voracious reader and constantly recommends books to me."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 11, 2019

Touch Me Not
The author, most recently, of the memoir "Inheritance" turns to family and friends for reading suggestions: "My 19-year-old son is a voracious reader and constantly recommends books to me."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 11, 2019

Buffalo Boys
The author, most recently, of the memoir "Inheritance" turns to family and friends for reading suggestions: "My 19-year-old son is a voracious reader and constantly recommends books to me."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 11, 2019

Ashes in the Snow
The author, most recently, of the memoir "Inheritance" turns to family and friends for reading suggestions: "My 19-year-old son is a voracious reader and constantly recommends books to me."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 11, 2019

Perfect Strangers
The author, most recently, of the memoir "Inheritance" turns to family and friends for reading suggestions: "My 19-year-old son is a voracious reader and constantly recommends books to me."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 11, 2019

Sgt. Will Gardner
The author, most recently, of the memoir "Inheritance" turns to family and friends for reading suggestions: "My 19-year-old son is a voracious reader and constantly recommends books to me."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 11, 2019

The Aspern Papers
The author, most recently, of the memoir "Inheritance" turns to family and friends for reading suggestions: "My 19-year-old son is a voracious reader and constantly recommends books to me."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 11, 2019

Book Excerpt: The Sopranos Sessions by Matt Zoller Seitz and Alan Sepinwall
The author, most recently, of the memoir "Inheritance" turns to family and friends for reading suggestions: "My 19-year-old son is a voracious reader and constantly recommends books to me."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 11, 2019

Rockaway
The author, most recently, of the memoir "Inheritance" turns to family and friends for reading suggestions: "My 19-year-old son is a voracious reader and constantly recommends books to me."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 10, 2019

Replicas
Vanessa Redgrave is a reason to see this otherwise woeful version of the Henry James novella.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 10, 2019

Rock and Roll Me: On Andrea Riseborough's Spellbinding 2018 Performances
The composer Huang Ruo's new piece, at National Sawdust, brought audience members and performers together in a metaphor of connection.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 10, 2019

Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: January 10, 2018
The composer Huang Ruo's new piece, at National Sawdust, brought audience members and performers together in a metaphor of connection.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 10, 2019

The Upside
The composer Huang Ruo's new piece, at National Sawdust, brought audience members and performers together in a metaphor of connection.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 09, 2019

True Detective Returns to Style of First Season for Third Outing
The search for love is back on in "The Bachelor," and you can feel that high school nostalgia during "Friday Night Lights."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 09, 2019

NBC's Brooklyn Nine-Nine is Headed in a Terrific Direction in Season Six
A broadcast often known for boozy troublemaking seemed mainly to want to stay out of trouble this year.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 09, 2019

The 2019 Iranian Film Festival
A broadcast often known for boozy troublemaking seemed mainly to want to stay out of trouble this year.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 08, 2019

Short FIlms in Focus: Lost & Found
The president's appropriation of the show's tagline and imagery suggests he doesn't know what happened to the wall — or what it really means.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 08, 2019

The State of the 2019 Oscar Race After the Golden Globes
The president's appropriation of the show's tagline and imagery suggests he doesn't know what happened to the wall — or what it really means.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 08, 2019

#345 January 8, 2019
In an interview released Friday, DeGeneres told Hart that she called the academy to ask it to make him the host of the award.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 07, 2019

FX's Excellent You're the Worst Goes Out with a Great Final Season
Six new paperbacks to check out this week.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 07, 2019

Funny, Character-Driven Sex Education Improves with Each Episode
In her Crime column, Marilyn Stasio also heads to Bel-Air (Thomas Perry), Florida (Tim Dorsey) and Detroit (Stephen Mack Jones).

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 07, 2019

Backstage at the 2019 Golden Globes
Timothée Chalamet and Steve Carell star in "Beautiful Boy." And Ron Funches discusses Dwayne Johnson and more in a new comedy special.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 07, 2019

Green Book, Bohemian Rhapsody Win Big at 76th Golden Globe Awards: A Complete List of Winners
Timothée Chalamet and Steve Carell star in "Beautiful Boy." And Ron Funches discusses Dwayne Johnson and more in a new comedy special.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 04, 2019

They Are the Wellspring For Me: John C. Reilly on Stan & Ollie
What Rami Malek tries — and fails — to capture in "Bohemian Rhapsody" is the same elusive quality Lady Gaga gets right in "A Star Is Born."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 04, 2019

Escape Room
Both the choose-your-own adventure gimmick in "Black Mirror" and debates around the "Sopranos" finale appeal to the same fallacy of knowable destiny.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 04, 2019

Communion
Both the choose-your-own adventure gimmick in "Black Mirror" and debates around the "Sopranos" finale appeal to the same fallacy of knowable destiny.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 04, 2019

Rust Creek
Both the choose-your-own adventure gimmick in "Black Mirror" and debates around the "Sopranos" finale appeal to the same fallacy of knowable destiny.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 04, 2019

State Like Sleep
Both the choose-your-own adventure gimmick in "Black Mirror" and debates around the "Sopranos" finale appeal to the same fallacy of knowable destiny.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 04, 2019

The Vanishing
Both the choose-your-own adventure gimmick in "Black Mirror" and debates around the "Sopranos" finale appeal to the same fallacy of knowable destiny.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 04, 2019

Bathtubs Over Broadway
Both the choose-your-own adventure gimmick in "Black Mirror" and debates around the "Sopranos" finale appeal to the same fallacy of knowable destiny.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 03, 2019

A Look Back at Those We Lost in 2018
In the bit, part of a 50-minute set posted on YouTube over the weekend, the comedian joked about the victims of the Florida school shooting.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 03, 2019

Duck Soup at 85: Make Freedonia Great Again
When Olivia and Harlan Fischer discovered glass art, the moment was "similar to how I felt in high school when I discovered jazz," Mr. Fischer said.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 02, 2019

Genesis 2.0
After orchestras severed ties, Daniele Gatti and Charles Dutoit are appearing across Europe, and Mr. Gatti is the new music director of the Rome Opera.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 02, 2019

"A Simple Plan" isn't your typical Sam Raimi movie, and that's why it's his best
After orchestras severed ties, Daniele Gatti and Charles Dutoit are appearing across Europe, and Mr. Gatti is the new music director of the Rome Opera.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 01, 2019

The Unloved, Part 61: The Predator
The creator of Sherlock Holmes harbored a deep-seated belief in mysticism, telepathy, fairies and ghosts.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 01, 2019

Barry Jenkins on Adapting James Baldwin's If Beale Street Could Talk, The Film's Timeliness and more
The creator of Sherlock Holmes harbored a deep-seated belief in mysticism, telepathy, fairies and ghosts.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 31, 2018

Happy New Year from All of Us at RogerEbert.com
Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 31, 2018

The RogerEbert.com Interviews of 2018
First, ask yourself: Does this thought actually belong here?

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 28, 2018

The House that Lars von Trier Built, and that I Live In
Two new books, Jack Miles's "God in the Qur'an" and Juan Cole's "Muhammad," go back to the sources of the Muslim faith.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 28, 2018

Netflix Releases Interactive Movie Black Mirror: Bandersnatch
Two new books, Jack Miles's "God in the Qur'an" and Juan Cole's "Muhammad," go back to the sources of the Muslim faith.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 28, 2018

Into the Dark: New Year, New You
This classic screwball comedy starring the charming Jean Arthur, with a food riot in a Manhattan automat, is a holiday gift from Film Forum.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 27, 2018

Stan & Ollie
From Infermiterol to Verbaluce, contemporary literature is awash in invented prescribables. The novelist Jonathan Lethem diagnoses the malaise.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 27, 2018

Kino Lorber's Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers Box Set is a Treasure Trove of Silent Film History
From Infermiterol to Verbaluce, contemporary literature is awash in invented prescribables. The novelist Jonathan Lethem diagnoses the malaise.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 27, 2018

Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: December 27, 2018
From Infermiterol to Verbaluce, contemporary literature is awash in invented prescribables. The novelist Jonathan Lethem diagnoses the malaise.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 26, 2018

Holmes and Watson
Galt MacDermot helped welcome rock musicians to Broadway. Then hip-hop artists like Run-DMC welcomed him.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 26, 2018

Paul Feig on A Simple Favor, Henry Golding's Deleted Dance Scene and More
Galt MacDermot helped welcome rock musicians to Broadway. Then hip-hop artists like Run-DMC welcomed him.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 26, 2018

The Big Five-Oh: A Moviegoing Remembrance
Hear seasonal tracks from Wynton Marsalis, Lucius, Rae Sremmurd and others.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 25, 2018

"Disorientation," a Poem by Astrophysicist Katie Mack
"A Star Is Born," "Dumplin'" and other stories about performers work out their ideas about what's real by using drag stars as props.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 25, 2018

Inaugural Roger Ebert Symposium: A Photo Journal
"A Star Is Born," "Dumplin'" and other stories about performers work out their ideas about what's real by using drag stars as props.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 25, 2018

Why Mary Poppins Returns is Disney's Best Reimagining to Date
"A Star Is Born," "Dumplin'" and other stories about performers work out their ideas about what's real by using drag stars as props.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 25, 2018

Destroyer
Diane Foley let the artist Bradley McCallum see her son's unpublished journals. The result is a stunning memorial of war and its human toll.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 25, 2018

American Renegades
Diane Foley let the artist Bradley McCallum see her son's unpublished journals. The result is a stunning memorial of war and its human toll.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 25, 2018

#344 December 25, 2018
The former president delivers part of George Washington's farewell address on "One Last Time (44 Remix)."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 24, 2018

Vice
Her picks from the year's mysteries — for the most original murder method, the toughest puzzle, the creepiest setting, even the loudest bang for the buck.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 24, 2018

Steve Carell on Vice, Playing Donald Rumsfeld, Working with Adam McKay and More
Her picks from the year's mysteries — for the most original murder method, the toughest puzzle, the creepiest setting, even the loudest bang for the buck.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 21, 2018

Merry Christmas, Shirley Temple
Holiday favorites, the "Brandenburg" Concertos aren't just pretty Christmas music. They have complex social and religious subtexts.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 21, 2018

Welcome to Marwen
Holiday favorites, the "Brandenburg" Concertos aren't just pretty Christmas music. They have complex social and religious subtexts.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 21, 2018

Bumblebee
Holiday favorites, the "Brandenburg" Concertos aren't just pretty Christmas music. They have complex social and religious subtexts.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 21, 2018

Second Act
Holiday favorites, the "Brandenburg" Concertos aren't just pretty Christmas music. They have complex social and religious subtexts.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 21, 2018

Between Worlds
Holiday favorites, the "Brandenburg" Concertos aren't just pretty Christmas music. They have complex social and religious subtexts.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 21, 2018

The Best TV of 2018
Holiday favorites, the "Brandenburg" Concertos aren't just pretty Christmas music. They have complex social and religious subtexts.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 20, 2018

Ebert Fellows Announced for Sundance 2019
The director is reissuing "Schindler's List," as he expands the mission of the Shoah Foundation through video testimonies of genocide survivors.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 20, 2018

Robert Zemeckis and Steve Carell on Welcome to Marwen, Adding Action and Comedy to a True Story and More
A talk with the director and choreographer Casey Nicholaw: "The world has gotten so serious. It's time to be on a dance floor together."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 20, 2018

On the Basis of Sex
A talk with the director and choreographer Casey Nicholaw: "The world has gotten so serious. It's time to be on a dance floor together."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 20, 2018

Aquaman
A talk with the director and choreographer Casey Nicholaw: "The world has gotten so serious. It's time to be on a dance floor together."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 19, 2018

Mary Poppins Returns
Browsing Midtown Comics with the star of the forthcoming "Shazam!" (Yes, fanboy selfies were taken.)

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 19, 2018

The Great Performances of 2018
Browsing Midtown Comics with the star of the forthcoming "Shazam!" (Yes, fanboy selfies were taken.)

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 18, 2018

Penny Marshall: 1943-2018
The 100-year-old historian and collector Wan-go H.C. Weng is donating about 200 pieces, with some made as early as the seventh century.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 18, 2018

Fanfare for a Fighter: The History and Evolution of the Rocky Theme
Stephen Colbert ran down revelations from the Russia investigation, while Jimmy Kimmel joked about the White House's canceling of a holiday party for the news media.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 18, 2018

The Villain is You: Ralph Breaks the Internet and the Evolution of the Disney Villain
Stephen Colbert ran down revelations from the Russia investigation, while Jimmy Kimmel joked about the White House's canceling of a holiday party for the news media.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 18, 2018

30 Minutes On: "Bohemian Rhapsody"
Sandeep Jauhar's exploration of our most vital organ and favored metaphor is our January pick for the PBS NewsHour-New York Times book club, "Now Read This."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 17, 2018

Melancholy Optimist: Pawel Pawlikowski on Cold War
Radio stations are pulling the standard from holiday playlists. Cable channels are debating it. And William Shatner is very worked up.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 17, 2018

Video: Pawel Pawlikowski on Cold War, the Film's Personal History and More
Radio stations are pulling the standard from holiday playlists. Cable channels are debating it. And William Shatner is very worked up.

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