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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 14, 2019

TIFF 2019: Arab Blues, White Lie, I Was at Home But...
The eight-part, 16-hour documentary tells the genre's story, from Appalachia to arenas.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 14, 2019

TIFF 2019: Motherless Brooklyn, Anne at 13,000 Feet, The Moneychanger
The eight-part, 16-hour documentary tells the genre's story, from Appalachia to arenas.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 13, 2019

TIFF 2019: Festival Honors Meryl Streep, Joaquin Phoenix, Taika Waititi
This sophisticated-looking film by Alejandro Landes is an allegory with little clarity about its subject matter.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 13, 2019

TIFF 2019: The Vigil, First Love, The Vast of Night
This sophisticated-looking film by Alejandro Landes is an allegory with little clarity about its subject matter.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 13, 2019

TIFF 2019: Joker, Uncut Gems
Even Gaffigan's creditable turn as a troubled rideshare driver can't save this disaster of a crime film.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 13, 2019

TIFF 2019: Sorry We Missed You, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, I Am Woman
Filmed in Mexico, this tender and subtle documentary follows the struggles of three young men to care for their beloved aging grandmother.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 13, 2019

Hustlers
The actress explains what she learned preparing to take on the title role in the first major biopic of the abolitionist.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 13, 2019

Depraved
The actress explains what she learned preparing to take on the title role in the first major biopic of the abolitionist.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 13, 2019

Monos
The actress explains what she learned preparing to take on the title role in the first major biopic of the abolitionist.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 13, 2019

Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements
The actress explains what she learned preparing to take on the title role in the first major biopic of the abolitionist.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 13, 2019

One Cut of the Dead
The actress explains what she learned preparing to take on the title role in the first major biopic of the abolitionist.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 13, 2019

The Sound of Silence
The actress explains what she learned preparing to take on the title role in the first major biopic of the abolitionist.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 13, 2019

Can You Keep a Secret?
The actress explains what she learned preparing to take on the title role in the first major biopic of the abolitionist.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 13, 2019

The Weekend
The actress explains what she learned preparing to take on the title role in the first major biopic of the abolitionist.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 13, 2019

3 from Hell
The actress explains what she learned preparing to take on the title role in the first major biopic of the abolitionist.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 13, 2019

Freaks
Filmed in Mexico, this tender and subtle documentary follows the struggles of three young men to care for their beloved aging grandmother.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 12, 2019

TIFF 2019: Jungleland, True History of the Kelly Gang
Fall's non-"it bag," Nigerian musicians and more.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 12, 2019

The Laundromat
His doctrine of the world-system, an influential theory in the field, went beyond tribes, nations and ethnic groups.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 12, 2019

Ken Burns' Country Music Series is Thought-Provoking, Joyful
His doctrine of the world-system, an influential theory in the field, went beyond tribes, nations and ethnic groups.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 11, 2019

55th Chicago International Film Festival Announces Gala and Special Presentation Selections
In his novel "Gun Island," Amitav Ghosh challenges readers to deploy all their powers, rational and magical, to confront the demons of climate change.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 11, 2019

TIFF 2019: Harriet, Wasp Network, Guns Akimbo
His colossal pictures, depicting an idealized American life, greeted travelers at Grand Central Terminal for decades.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 11, 2019

TIFF 2019: Bad Education, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, Hearts and Bones
David Yoon's "Frankly in Love," Mary H.K. Choi's "Permanent Record" and Maurene Goo's "Somewhere Only We Know" capture the complexity of K.A. teenagers.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 11, 2019

Chained for Life
The Flea Theater has revived this brief play, in which a flat tire is the least of the problems you might encounter in Central Park.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 11, 2019

We Are a Nation of Immigrants: Gregory Nava on His Masterpiece, El Norte, Returning to Theaters This Sunday, September 15th
The Flea Theater has revived this brief play, in which a flat tire is the least of the problems you might encounter in Central Park.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 11, 2019

Gregory Nava's "El Norte" Will Be Back on the Big Screen in Honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month
The Flea Theater has revived this brief play, in which a flat tire is the least of the problems you might encounter in Central Park.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 10, 2019

Unbelievable
As one of the world's best magicians he'll fool you, too, even though magic isn't really his thing.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 10, 2019

Amazon's Grounded, Fantastical Series Undone Worthy of Deep Examination
The acclaimed film director will show his new paintings in his first solo exhibition in New York. And no, this is not a passing hobby.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 10, 2019

Marriage Story
Margaret Atwood fans welcome "The Testaments," new information about Harvey Weinstein and more.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 10, 2019

Jojo Rabbit
Margaret Atwood fans welcome "The Testaments," new information about Harvey Weinstein and more.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 09, 2019

The Goldfinch
The director Andy Muschietti discusses a creepy scene from his sequel, featuring James McAvoy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 09, 2019

TIFF 2019: Coming Home Again, Hope Gap, Simple Women
The director Andy Muschietti discusses a sequence from his film featuring James McAvoy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 09, 2019

Frankie
Rock festivals have historically saved little space for rap, but a crop of events foregrounding pop's most powerful genre is booked for the fall.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 08, 2019

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

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 08, 2019

TIFF 2019: Synchronic, The Two Popes, How to Build a Girl
Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 08, 2019

TIFF 2019: The Personal History of David Copperfield, Sound of Metal, Human Capital
Back on the big screen, George Nierenberg's 1982 documentary tells a history of gospel music with vérité attentiveness.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 08, 2019

Knives Out
Back on the big screen, George Nierenberg's 1982 documentary tells a history of gospel music with vérité attentiveness.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 07, 2019

TIFF 2019: Just Mercy, The Aeronauts, Seberg
An exhibition, curated by Lizzy Goodman and Hala Matar, will bring you back to the aughts and make you feel "a little unsafe, a little unsure."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 07, 2019

CFCA Mourns Losses of Members David Schultz, Andrea Gronvall
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 07, 2019

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

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 06, 2019

Pain and Glory
Sheldon and Jill Bonovitz treasure unsung autodidacts and find their works show well alongside mainstream pieces.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 06, 2019

Waves
The writer talks about her new book, effective yelling and the character who's too good to kill.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 06, 2019

Dr. Stacy L. Smith Will Be the Keynote Speaker at the Second Annual Ebert Symposium, Creating an Inclusive Cinema and Media Ecosystem
Yann Moix's autobiography of childhood abuse was released this fall to positive reviews. But after a controversy blew up, the Goncourt Prize's judges excluded him from the race for the award.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 06, 2019

Blink of an Eye
The 73-year-old is the subject of a new documentary and a Kennedy Center honoree. She's also as self-effacing and gutsy as ever.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 06, 2019

The Lighthouse
The marvelous Sheila Hancock is wasted in this treacly, trite story of a widow who climbs a Scottish mountain.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 06, 2019

It Chapter Two
The marvelous Sheila Hancock is wasted in this treacly, trite story of a widow who climbs a Scottish mountain.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 06, 2019

Ms. Purple
The marvelous Sheila Hancock is wasted in this treacly, trite story of a widow who climbs a Scottish mountain.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 06, 2019

Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice
The marvelous Sheila Hancock is wasted in this treacly, trite story of a widow who climbs a Scottish mountain.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 06, 2019

Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken!
The marvelous Sheila Hancock is wasted in this treacly, trite story of a widow who climbs a Scottish mountain.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 06, 2019

Into the Dark: Pure
The marvelous Sheila Hancock is wasted in this treacly, trite story of a widow who climbs a Scottish mountain.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 06, 2019

Strange But True
The marvelous Sheila Hancock is wasted in this treacly, trite story of a widow who climbs a Scottish mountain.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 06, 2019

Promise at Dawn
The marvelous Sheila Hancock is wasted in this treacly, trite story of a widow who climbs a Scottish mountain.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 06, 2019

Satanic Panic
The marvelous Sheila Hancock is wasted in this treacly, trite story of a widow who climbs a Scottish mountain.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 06, 2019

Edie
The marvelous Sheila Hancock is wasted in this treacly, trite story of a widow who climbs a Scottish mountain.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 06, 2019

Venice 2019: The King, About Endlessness, Babyteeth
"The Great British Baking Show" episodes will air weekly, but it's not what you might think — though Netflix is doing something different with "Rhythm Flow."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 05, 2019

TIFF 2019: Sea Fever, Clifton Hill
Yoko Kubrick's marble works reference familiar tales while subverting the traditions that have defined her discipline.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 05, 2019

TIFF 2019: Atlantics, Bacurau, Zombi Child
Yoko Kubrick's marble works reference familiar tales while subverting the traditions that have defined her discipline.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 05, 2019

TIFF 2019: A Hidden Life, The Traitor
Yoko Kubrick's marble works reference familiar tales while subverting the traditions that have defined her discipline.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 05, 2019

Home Entertainment Guide: September 5, 2019
In a lengthy message on Instagram, the pop star said being overwhelmed with praise as a child led him to make "terrible decisions."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 05, 2019

The Spy
In a lengthy message on Instagram, the pop star said being overwhelmed with praise as a child led him to make "terrible decisions."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 04, 2019

Venice 2019: Restored Classics
A roundup of details about the new "Star Wars" movie, which is set to put a cap on the nine-film "Skywalker saga."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 04, 2019

The 20 Most Exciting World Premieres of TIFF 2019
Dizzy Gillespie called her his protégé. But faced with sexist discrimination, she did not establish herself as a bandleader until middle age.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 04, 2019

Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins
Dizzy Gillespie called her his protégé. But faced with sexist discrimination, she did not establish herself as a bandleader until middle age.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 03, 2019

Telluride 2019: Kitty Green on Her Pre-#MeToo Thriller, The Assistant
Tom Waits, Buddhist grotto caves and Alexander McQueen shaped the Pulitzer-winning musician.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 03, 2019

Weak Storytelling Hampers Man of Medan
Marilyn Stasio's column sends readers on the trail of a present-day Danish serial killer, then all the way back to England at the time of the Black Death.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 03, 2019

Short Films in Focus: Squirrel
Marilyn Stasio's column sends readers on the trail of a present-day Danish serial killer, then all the way back to England at the time of the Black Death.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 03, 2019

#362 September 3, 2019
Our guide to cultural events in New York City for children and teenagers happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 02, 2019

Venice 2019: The Biennale College
Our guide to pop and rock shows and the best of live jazz happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 02, 2019

The Unloved, Part 69: Peterloo
Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 02, 2019

Preview of Noir City Chicago 2019
Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 02, 2019

Twelve Thumbs-Up Films from the Venice Film Festival
An idiosyncratic almost-retrospective at the Museum of Arts and Design looks at the Chicago Imagist's late-career works.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 01, 2019

Telluride 2019: Ford v. Ferrari, Uncut Gems, Marriage Story
Agents and historians dig into the CIA's history and activities.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 31, 2019

Joker
Set in a Yugoslavia wracked by violence, the film puts across powerful questions of individual responsibility in the face of atrocity.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 30, 2019

Venice 2019: Roman Polanski's J'Accuse
Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut say that Live Nation's dominance in the industry is "virtually unchallenged."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 30, 2019

Thumbnails 8/30/19
"Dancing underwater is a form of meditation," says Claire Friesen, an actress and synchronized swimmer.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 30, 2019

Before You Know It
"Dancing underwater is a form of meditation," says Claire Friesen, an actress and synchronized swimmer.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 30, 2019

Don't Let Go
"Dancing underwater is a form of meditation," says Claire Friesen, an actress and synchronized swimmer.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 30, 2019

Official Secrets
"Dancing underwater is a form of meditation," says Claire Friesen, an actress and synchronized swimmer.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 30, 2019

The Fanatic
"Dancing underwater is a form of meditation," says Claire Friesen, an actress and synchronized swimmer.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 30, 2019

Angel of Mine
"Dancing underwater is a form of meditation," says Claire Friesen, an actress and synchronized swimmer.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 29, 2019

Falling Inn Love
Susan Neiman's "Learning From the Germans" looks at the different ways two countries deal with their history.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 29, 2019

Not Screened For Critics: Remembering a Very Special Labor Day
Susan Neiman's "Learning From the Germans" looks at the different ways two countries deal with their history.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 28, 2019

John Travolta on The Fanatic, Rapping While in Character, His Embrace of Instagram and More
The film, called "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie," will expand on the story of Jesse Pinkman, the excitable meth cook and former partner of Walter White.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 28, 2019

The Load
The film, called "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie," will expand on the story of Jesse Pinkman, the excitable meth cook and former partner of Walter White.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 27, 2019

30 Minutes on "Not Fade Away"
Fall's non-"it bag," Nigerian musicians and more.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 27, 2019

Venice Film Festival Preview 2019
The singer and songwriter's seventh album is a recalibration, playing to her old strengths while hinting at new paths forward.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 27, 2019

Alone in the Dark: Sady Doyle on Dead Blondes and Bad Mothers
The singer and songwriter's seventh album is a recalibration, playing to her old strengths while hinting at new paths forward.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 27, 2019

Amazon's Carnival Row is a Messy, Satisfying Distraction
The show's commitment extends beyond voguing and runway. It also has an unexpected modern-dance bent.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 26, 2019

The Pain Needs to Mean Something: On Horror and Grief
Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 26, 2019

Netflix's The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Ranks Among the All-Time Great Fantasy Epics
Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 23, 2019

Buy What Showtime is Selling in On Becoming a God in Central Florida
Jonathan Coe's latest concerns several generations of characters in the years leading up to the Brexit vote and the Trump presidency.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 23, 2019

Overcomer
Jonathan Coe's latest concerns several generations of characters in the years leading up to the Brexit vote and the Trump presidency.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 23, 2019

Give Me Liberty
Jonathan Coe's latest concerns several generations of characters in the years leading up to the Brexit vote and the Trump presidency.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 23, 2019

Brittany Runs a Marathon
Jonathan Coe's latest concerns several generations of characters in the years leading up to the Brexit vote and the Trump presidency.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 23, 2019

Tigers Are Not Afraid
Jonathan Coe's latest concerns several generations of characters in the years leading up to the Brexit vote and the Trump presidency.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 23, 2019

Jacob's Ladder
Jonathan Coe's latest concerns several generations of characters in the years leading up to the Brexit vote and the Trump presidency.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 23, 2019

Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool
Jonathan Coe's latest concerns several generations of characters in the years leading up to the Brexit vote and the Trump presidency.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 23, 2019

Vita & Virginia
Jonathan Coe's latest concerns several generations of characters in the years leading up to the Brexit vote and the Trump presidency.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 23, 2019

Jawline
Jonathan Coe's latest concerns several generations of characters in the years leading up to the Brexit vote and the Trump presidency.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 22, 2019

Music Box Memories: A Legendary Theatre Celebrates 90 Years
In the story collection "The World Doesn't Require You," Rion Amilcar Scott witnesses the moral complexities of black masculinity in America.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Aug 22, 2019

Home Entertainment Guide: August 22, 2019
Looking for more context on the Atlanta child murders? What about B.T.K.? Here's some background, along with links to historical press coverage.

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