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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 23, 2018

Captain of the Ship: Gerard Butler on Hunter Killer
For more than 60 years, Franco Trincale has sung about worker exploitation, social injustice and more, breaking beyond the Sicilian roots of the cantastorie.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 23, 2018

RIP Cinema: On James Dean's Disappearance and French New Wave Legacy
For more than 60 years, Franco Trincale has sung about worker exploitation, social injustice and more, breaking beyond the Sicilian roots of the cantastorie.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 22, 2018

Restoration of Horace Jenkins' African-American Romeo & Juliet to Premiere in New Orleans and DC
Most powerful men who've re-emerged after sexual misconduct claims haven't faced Louis C.K.-levels of scrutiny and debate. Here is how they've regained ground, and how some downfalls were more like payouts.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 22, 2018

CIFF 2018: Friedkin Uncut, The Great Buster
James Patterson offers movie reviews; John Sandford provides statistics on his use of profanities; Tana French promises readers something remarkable.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 22, 2018

Kiernan Shipka Casts Indelible Spell on Netflix's Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
James Patterson offers movie reviews; John Sandford provides statistics on his use of profanities; Tana French promises readers something remarkable.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 21, 2018

30 Minutes on: "A Star is Born" (1976)
The two former "American Idol" rivals will be in a limited-run show that opens in December at the Imperial Theater.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 20, 2018

60 Minutes on: "The Hate U Give"
Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 19, 2018

Villains Rule in the Third Season of Marvel's Daredevil
Gustav Moller's ingeniously lean thriller builds tension from little more than one police officer, two rooms and a frantic telephone call from a kidnapped woman.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 19, 2018

Mid90s
Gustav Moller's ingeniously lean thriller builds tension from little more than one police officer, two rooms and a frantic telephone call from a kidnapped woman.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 19, 2018

The Guilty
Gustav Moller's ingeniously lean thriller builds tension from little more than one police officer, two rooms and a frantic telephone call from a kidnapped woman.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 19, 2018

My Dinner With Hervé
Gustav Moller's ingeniously lean thriller builds tension from little more than one police officer, two rooms and a frantic telephone call from a kidnapped woman.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 19, 2018

Galveston
Gustav Moller's ingeniously lean thriller builds tension from little more than one police officer, two rooms and a frantic telephone call from a kidnapped woman.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 19, 2018

What They Had
Gustav Moller's ingeniously lean thriller builds tension from little more than one police officer, two rooms and a frantic telephone call from a kidnapped woman.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 19, 2018

On Her Shoulders
Gustav Moller's ingeniously lean thriller builds tension from little more than one police officer, two rooms and a frantic telephone call from a kidnapped woman.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 19, 2018

The Price of Everything
Gustav Moller's ingeniously lean thriller builds tension from little more than one police officer, two rooms and a frantic telephone call from a kidnapped woman.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 19, 2018

Stella's Last Weekend
Gustav Moller's ingeniously lean thriller builds tension from little more than one police officer, two rooms and a frantic telephone call from a kidnapped woman.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 19, 2018

An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn
Gustav Moller's ingeniously lean thriller builds tension from little more than one police officer, two rooms and a frantic telephone call from a kidnapped woman.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 18, 2018

Wildlife
Mr. Corden joked, "Trump has raised so much money, this time he says he might not even need the Russians."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 18, 2018

Netflix's Excellent Wanderlust is a Deep Dive into Love and Marriage
Mr. Corden joked, "Trump has raised so much money, this time he says he might not even need the Russians."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 18, 2018

The Absurdity of Life: Elizabeth Chomko and Robert Forster on What They Had
Mr. Corden joked, "Trump has raised so much money, this time he says he might not even need the Russians."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 17, 2018

Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Alec Baldwin helped recreate the strange Oval Office meeting between Trump and West, who has become the newest comic foil of "Saturday Night Live."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 17, 2018

The Best Strange: The Young Actors of Mid90s on Starring in Jonah Hill's Directorial Debut
Alec Baldwin helped recreate the strange Oval Office meeting between Trump and West, who has become the newest comic foil of "Saturday Night Live."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 16, 2018

Halloween
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 16, 2018

Amandla Stenberg and George Tillman, Jr. on Bringing Angie Thomas' The Hate U Give to the Big Screen
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 16, 2018

The Legendary Tom Savini on a Career of Special Effects Wizardy and Unforgettable Horror
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 16, 2018

NYFF 2018: Roma, Her Smell, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, At Eternity's Gate
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 16, 2018

#339 October 16, 2018
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 15, 2018

My Birthday Wish List
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 15, 2018

A Labor of Love: John C. Reilly on The Sisters Brothers
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 15, 2018

Gareth Evans on the Brutal Violence and Practical Effects of Apostle
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 15, 2018

Be Noisy: A Report from the 4th Women in Entertainment Summit
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 15, 2018

NYFF 2018: La Flor
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 13, 2018

Always Leave 'Em Laughing: Peter Bogdanovich on Buster Keaton, superheroes, television, and the effect of time on movies
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 12, 2018

NYFF 2018: The Times of Bill Cunningham, Cold War, Detour
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 12, 2018

CIFF 2018: Transit, Non-Fiction
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 12, 2018

HBO's Comedy Series Camping is an Unpleasant Trip
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 12, 2018

Beautiful Boy
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 12, 2018

Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 12, 2018

Bad Times at the El Royale
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 12, 2018

The Oath
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 12, 2018

After Everything
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 12, 2018

Thunder Road
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 12, 2018

The Kindergarten Teacher
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 11, 2018

CIFF 2018: Films We Covered at Other Festivals
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 11, 2018

Netflix's Terrifying, Moving The Haunting of Hill House is Essential Viewing
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 11, 2018

Mourn the Living: Felix Van Groeningen on Beautiful Boy
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 11, 2018

First Man
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 10, 2018

45 Movies to see at the 54th Chicago International Film Festival
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 10, 2018

22 July
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 10, 2018

The Happy Prince
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 09, 2018

Liyana
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 09, 2018

Matthew Weiner's Mad Men Followup The Romanoffs is Star-Studded, Self-Indulgent
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 09, 2018

Bright Wall/Dark Room October 2018: A Story with A Ghost in It: On Family, Trauma, and Hope in Guillermo del Toro's Crimson Peak
The proposed auction of the artist's 1995 painting "Knowledge and Wonder," held by the Chicago Public Library, is a dreadful idea.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 08, 2018

RIFF 2018: Table of Contents
Ian Schrager, convicted with Steve Rubell of tax evasion, was conflicted about his club years. But now he wants his family to know about that time, via a new film.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 08, 2018

NYFF 2018: Ray & Liz, Asako I & II, Hotel by the River
Ian Schrager, convicted with Steve Rubell of tax evasion, was conflicted about his club years. But now he wants his family to know about that time, via a new film.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 08, 2018

RIFF 2018: Woman at War, Jonas Mekas Exhibition and Camilla Strøm Henriksen on Phoenix
Ian Schrager, convicted with Steve Rubell of tax evasion, was conflicted about his club years. But now he wants his family to know about that time, via a new film.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 08, 2018

Once Upon a Time in Haddonfield: Revisiting John Carpenter's Halloween
Ian Schrager, convicted with Steve Rubell of tax evasion, was conflicted about his club years. But now he wants his family to know about that time, via a new film.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 08, 2018

The Most Stressful Time in Our Lives: Ike Barinholtz on The Oath
Ian Schrager, convicted with Steve Rubell of tax evasion, was conflicted about his club years. But now he wants his family to know about that time, via a new film.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 07, 2018

Scott Wilson: 1942-2018
Whether you want to know more about orcas, the whale fossil record, the Maine lobstering industry or fish behavior, there's a book for you.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 05, 2018

NYFF 2018: Divide and Conquer, What You Gonna Do When the World's on Fire?, Film Noir Revivals
Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 05, 2018

The Woman Who Fell to Earth Sets Doctor Who in a Promising Direction
Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 05, 2018

Malevolent
The film, which focuses on a popular Marvel character, feels like a body-horror movie played for slapstick.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 05, 2018

The Hate U Give
Bernard Kirschenbaum's geometric sculptures; Charline von Heyl's dissonant paintings; Sam Anderson's lovesome things; and Chitra Ganesh's gender revisions.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 05, 2018

A Star Is Born
Bernard Kirschenbaum's geometric sculptures; Charline von Heyl's dissonant paintings; Sam Anderson's lovesome things; and Chitra Ganesh's gender revisions.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 05, 2018

A New York Story: Tamara Jenkins on Private Life
The documentary is at its best when focused on Ian Schrager, one of the founders, who hasn't shared his side of the story in such depth before.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 05, 2018

RIFF 2018: Ága, Knife Heart
The documentary is at its best when focused on Ian Schrager, one of the founders, who hasn't shared his side of the story in such depth before.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 05, 2018

Studio 54
The documentary is at its best when focused on Ian Schrager, one of the founders, who hasn't shared his side of the story in such depth before.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 05, 2018

Private Life
The documentary is at its best when focused on Ian Schrager, one of the founders, who hasn't shared his side of the story in such depth before.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 05, 2018

Loving Pablo
The documentary is at its best when focused on Ian Schrager, one of the founders, who hasn't shared his side of the story in such depth before.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 05, 2018

Into the Dark: The Body
The documentary is at its best when focused on Ian Schrager, one of the founders, who hasn't shared his side of the story in such depth before.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 05, 2018

Heavy Trip
The documentary is at its best when focused on Ian Schrager, one of the founders, who hasn't shared his side of the story in such depth before.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 05, 2018

A Crooked Somebody
The documentary is at its best when focused on Ian Schrager, one of the founders, who hasn't shared his side of the story in such depth before.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 04, 2018

Venom
In "The Fifth Risk," Lewis enumerates grave dangers resulting from the incompetent transition to a new White House administration.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 04, 2018

Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: October 4, 2018
In "The Fifth Risk," Lewis enumerates grave dangers resulting from the incompetent transition to a new White House administration.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 04, 2018

RIFF 2018: Welcome to Sodom, Over the Limit, Daughter's Table
In "The Fifth Risk," Lewis enumerates grave dangers resulting from the incompetent transition to a new White House administration.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 03, 2018

Up in the Gallery: Rupert Everett on Oscar Wilde
It all feels cleverly organic: the sorts of things you would encounter in a stroll through a grand royal park.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 03, 2018

Deliriously Raunchy Big Mouth Returns For Second Season
It all feels cleverly organic: the sorts of things you would encounter in a stroll through a grand royal park.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 03, 2018

RIFF 2018: The Stranger, Sunset, Phallological Museum
The biopic, due next year, stars Taron Egerton as the rock star and is directed by the "Bohemian Rhapsody" filmmaker Dexter Fletcher.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 02, 2018

The Horror and Heroines at Fantastic Fest 2018
This opera, opening Oct. 3, has a cast of 1,000 and a team of A-listers including the architect Liz Diller and the composer David Lang.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 02, 2018

Short Films in Focus: A Film by Vera Vaughn
This opera, opening Oct. 3, has a cast of 1,000 and a team of A-listers including the architect Liz Diller and the composer David Lang.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 02, 2018

RIFF 2018: Phoenix, Styx
This opera, opening Oct. 3, has a cast of 1,000 and a team of A-listers including the architect Liz Diller and the composer David Lang.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 02, 2018

#338 October 2, 2018
A romantic garden. A Chinese opera. And a select audience, wandering under Californian stars.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 01, 2018

A Bread Factory, Part Two: Walk with Me a While
Six new paperbacks to check out this week.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 01, 2018

A Bread Factory, Part One: For the Sake of Gold
Six new paperbacks to check out this week.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 01, 2018

The Unloved, Part 58: Return of the Living Dead 3
"The Piranhas" follows a group of teenage thugs terrorizing the streets of Naples.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 01, 2018

NYFF 2018: The Slows, In My Room, Sorry Angel, Too Late to Die Young
"The Piranhas" follows a group of teenage thugs terrorizing the streets of Naples.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Oct 01, 2018

RIFF 2018: Iceland, Donbass and Swimming with The Fifth Element
"The Piranhas" follows a group of teenage thugs terrorizing the streets of Naples.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 29, 2018

The New York Film Festival 2018 Preview
Our guide to film series and special screenings.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 28, 2018

Thumbnails 9/28/18
From a childhood in Sri Lanka to an appearance in the Super Bowl halftime show, a new documentary explores M.I.A.'s eventful life and career.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 28, 2018

A Wolf at the Door: Jeffrey Wright on Hold the Dark
This documentary argues that everyone's life is worth archiving.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 28, 2018

Night School
This documentary argues that everyone's life is worth archiving.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 28, 2018

Little Women
This documentary argues that everyone's life is worth archiving.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 28, 2018

Hell Fest
This documentary argues that everyone's life is worth archiving.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 28, 2018

Matangi / Maya / M.I.A.
This documentary argues that everyone's life is worth archiving.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 28, 2018

Free Solo
This documentary argues that everyone's life is worth archiving.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 28, 2018

306 Hollywood
This documentary argues that everyone's life is worth archiving.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 27, 2018

41st Mill Valley Film Festival to Honor Dr. Stacy L. Smith and Devote 45% of Its Lineup to Films by Women Directors
The actor left the stage soon after playing Lear in 1986. Now 80, he is giving it another go, in a made-for-television film directed by Richard Eyre.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 26, 2018

What We Do Matters: Watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel in 2018
She said Mr. Cosby, 81, had a personality disorder that drove him to seek sex with nonconsenting partners, a depiction that the defense challenged.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 26, 2018

Smallfoot
She said Mr. Cosby, 81, had a personality disorder that drove him to seek sex with nonconsenting partners, a depiction that the defense challenged.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Sep 25, 2018

Mr. Inbetween is Smart but Familiar Dark Comedy
The opening of the New York Philharmonic's season, and its new music director, were among the highlights.

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