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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 23, 2020

Color Out of Space
Love literally hurts in Sue Rainsford's haunting debut novel, "Follow Me to Ground."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 23, 2020

Star Trek: Picard Pushes Through Nostalgia in First Three Episodes
Love literally hurts in Sue Rainsford's haunting debut novel, "Follow Me to Ground."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 23, 2020

Home Entertainment Guide: January 23, 2020
Love literally hurts in Sue Rainsford's haunting debut novel, "Follow Me to Ground."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 22, 2020

Terry Jones: 1942-2020
Prototype, an annual exploration of new opera, encompassed "Cion," a haunting South African mixture of choreography and voice.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 22, 2020

SBIFF 2020: The Night, Mentors—Tony & Santi
A new nature series debuts on four cable networks, and Apple TV Plus highlights immigrant stories in "Little America."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 21, 2020

Sundance 2020: 20 Films We Can't Wait to See in Park City
Hear tracks by Thundercat, U.S. Girls, Sunny Jain and others.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 21, 2020

#372 January 21, 2020
Stephen Marche on why he collects rare books and why our culture undervalues them.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 20, 2020

A Work of Art like Life Itself: Theo Angelopoulos' Landscape in the Mist
With over 60 movies and special events, this series tells the history of how they told their stories, both overtly and subversively.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 20, 2020

AAFCA President Gil Robertson Discusses the Importance of His Annual Ceremony
Josh and Benny Safdie narrate a sequence from their film, featuring Adam Sandler.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 20, 2020

Gil Robertson Talks to Chaz Ebert About the Importance of the African American Film Critics Awards and AAFCA
Even with Netflix's backing and a supposedly suspenseful premise, his latest movie is, once again, about a sad, downtrodden woman.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 17, 2020

Intrigo: Death of an Author
"Everything's Gonna Be Okay" is not based on the Australian comedian's life, but his dark, droll humor remains.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 17, 2020

9-1-1 Becomes a Franchise with Lone Star Version
Here's what happened when an author's debut landed on the former president's list of favorite books.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 17, 2020

Dolittle
Here's what happened when an author's debut landed on the former president's list of favorite books.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 17, 2020

Weathering with You
Here's what happened when an author's debut landed on the former president's list of favorite books.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 17, 2020

A Fall From Grace
Here's what happened when an author's debut landed on the former president's list of favorite books.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 17, 2020

Troop Zero
Here's what happened when an author's debut landed on the former president's list of favorite books.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 17, 2020

The Wave
Here's what happened when an author's debut landed on the former president's list of favorite books.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 17, 2020

Disturbing the Peace
Here's what happened when an author's debut landed on the former president's list of favorite books.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 17, 2020

The Host
Here's what happened when an author's debut landed on the former president's list of favorite books.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 17, 2020

VHYes
Here's what happened when an author's debut landed on the former president's list of favorite books.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 16, 2020

Stars Shine at the 25th Critics Choice Awards
Rosa Feola, a fast-rising young singer, presented herself as the exponent of a rich national heritage at the Park Avenue Armory.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 16, 2020

Bad Boys for Life
A new exhibition in San Francisco makes art out of the Patagonia vest, the former prime minister of England and … Salesforce?

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 16, 2020

Tyler Perry, Crystal Fox, Bresha Webb, and Phylicia Rashad on Making Netflix's Tyler Perry's A Fall From Grace
A new exhibition in San Francisco makes art out of the Patagonia vest, the former prime minister of England and … Salesforce?

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 15, 2020

Alliance of Women Film Journalists' 2019 EDA Awards Honor Little Women, Parasite and More
"Yeah, you know there is a problem when female directors got the same number of nominations as ‘Cats,'" said Jimmy Kimmel.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 15, 2020

Excellent Little America is Apple's Best Show
Two productions at the Under the Radar Festival ask if the theater is ready to embrace the artistry of autism and other once disqualifying conditions.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 15, 2020

Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez Offers Glimpse into American Tragedy
Two productions at the Under the Radar Festival ask if the theater is ready to embrace the artistry of autism and other once disqualifying conditions.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 15, 2020

The Amusement Park
Two productions at the Under the Radar Festival ask if the theater is ready to embrace the artistry of autism and other once disqualifying conditions.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 15, 2020

Citizen K
Two productions at the Under the Radar Festival ask if the theater is ready to embrace the artistry of autism and other once disqualifying conditions.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 14, 2020

Creator of Veep Returns with Hugh Laurie on HBO's Avenue 5
Fifty-two places to go in 2020. Carlos Ghosn defends his legacy. The sudden departure of the Sussexes. The dimming of a major star, and more.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 14, 2020

The 4-Star Films of 2019
Fifty-two places to go in 2020. Carlos Ghosn defends his legacy. The sudden departure of the Sussexes. The dimming of a major star, and more.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 14, 2020

Diary of a Future President Offers Laughs, Hope to Disney Families
Fifty-two places to go in 2020. Carlos Ghosn defends his legacy. The sudden departure of the Sussexes. The dimming of a major star, and more.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 13, 2020

HBO's Strange, Sexy The New Pope is Never Dull
Our guide to the city's best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 13, 2020

?Joker Leads Oscar Nominations
Our guide to the city's best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 10, 2020

Darbar
In Serena Burdick's new novel, a home for wayward girls looms large.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 10, 2020

Stephen King Adaptation The Outsider is Another Major, Bold Mystery Series for HBO
To Save and Project, the annual MoMA series, unearths forgotten work by Australian women, a French auteur and even George A. Romero.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 10, 2020

Underwater
Marcia Chatelain's "Franchise" is about the history of the increasingly intricate ties between the fast-food behemoth and black communities.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 10, 2020

Les Misérables
Marcia Chatelain's "Franchise" is about the history of the increasingly intricate ties between the fast-food behemoth and black communities.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 10, 2020

Three Christs
Marcia Chatelain's "Franchise" is about the history of the increasingly intricate ties between the fast-food behemoth and black communities.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 10, 2020

Afterward
Marcia Chatelain's "Franchise" is about the history of the increasingly intricate ties between the fast-food behemoth and black communities.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 10, 2020

Inherit the Viper
Marcia Chatelain's "Franchise" is about the history of the increasingly intricate ties between the fast-food behemoth and black communities.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 09, 2020

Buck Henry: 1930-2020
Ada Calhoun's "Why We Can't Sleep" documents the parameters of the "new midlife crisis" as women struggle with outsize demands and expectations.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 09, 2020

Russell Hornsby Headlines Mediocre Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector
Ada Calhoun's "Why We Can't Sleep" documents the parameters of the "new midlife crisis" as women struggle with outsize demands and expectations.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 09, 2020

Like a Boss
Ada Calhoun's "Why We Can't Sleep" documents the parameters of the "new midlife crisis" as women struggle with outsize demands and expectations.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 09, 2020

Home Entertainment Guide: January 9, 2020
Ada Calhoun's "Why We Can't Sleep" documents the parameters of the "new midlife crisis" as women struggle with outsize demands and expectations.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 08, 2020

Team Behind Children's Hospital Spin Off into Netflix's Medical Police
Patricia Arquette, Joaquin Phoenix and other winners took the opportunity to speak directly about some pressing events as well.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 08, 2020

Netflix's Faith-Based Thriller Messiah Leads Viewers Astray
Patricia Arquette, Joaquin Phoenix and other winners took the opportunity to speak directly about some pressing events as well.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 07, 2020

Jane Levy Leads Charming Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist
Lloyd Barnes has run the Wackie's recording studio and label since the late 1970s. As he prepares for his next chapter, he wants to ensure its spirit lives on.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 07, 2020

Short Films in Focus: Rehearsal
Lloyd Barnes has run the Wackie's recording studio and label since the late 1970s. As he prepares for his next chapter, he wants to ensure its spirit lives on.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 07, 2020

#371 January 7, 2020
Anna Wiener's memoir captures the dreams, delusions and general absurdity of Silicon Valley in indelible detail.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 06, 2020

Backstage at the 2020 Golden Globe Awards
Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 06, 2020

1917, Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood Big Winners at Golden Globes
Twelve of the 113 directors on last year's 100 top movies were women, a historic high. But another report found that the number of women in key behind-the-scenes jobs remains stagnant.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 04, 2020

Creators of Modern Sherlock Bring Dracula to Life on Netflix
Political memoirs, debut novels, long-awaited follow-ups: Here's what we're looking forward to reading this year.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 03, 2020

The Grudge
Authors who worked with him recall the publisher's elegance, his wit, and, above all, his fierce devotion to books and their writers.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 02, 2020

Stephen Dorff Heads First New Show of the Decade in FOX's Deputy
Contestants on Netflix's new "Big Brother"-style reality show never meet in person. But their online profiles may not be what they seem.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 01, 2020

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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jan 01, 2020

The Unloved, Part 73: Deja Vu
Whether a keen home chef or simply an enthusiastic eater, here are shows that will teach you a few things in the kitchen while whetting your appetite.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 31, 2019

The Best Television of 2019
Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 30, 2019

Video Interview: Greta Gerwig, Saoirse Ronan on Little Women
Rather than ignore such characters as the film industry has often done in the past, mainstream and indie directors alike explored their lives, and sometimes the results were astonishing.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 30, 2019

Watchmen and My Family Tree
Rather than ignore such characters as the film industry has often done in the past, mainstream and indie directors alike explored their lives, and sometimes the results were astonishing.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 27, 2019

A Letter to Roger About Michael Apted's 63 Up
The novels of Dasa Drndic, a Croatian writer who died in 2018 at 71, are contraptions that produce panic, pity and exhilaration in her readers.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 27, 2019

Into the Dark: Midnight Kiss
The novels of Dasa Drndic, a Croatian writer who died in 2018 at 71, are contraptions that produce panic, pity and exhilaration in her readers.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 27, 2019

Clemency
The novels of Dasa Drndic, a Croatian writer who died in 2018 at 71, are contraptions that produce panic, pity and exhilaration in her readers.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 26, 2019

Little Women and Gillian Armstrong's Brilliant Career
Shahidul Alam, the acclaimed Bangladeshi photojournalist and activist, pushes against the limits of his medium to cast light on what is suppressed or has vanished.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 26, 2019

Home Entertainment Guide: December 26, 2019
Shahidul Alam, the acclaimed Bangladeshi photojournalist and activist, pushes against the limits of his medium to cast light on what is suppressed or has vanished.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 25, 2019

Spies in Disguise
The fantasy series based on novels by Philip Pullman wraps up its first season. And rivals clash on Monday Night Football.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 25, 2019

1917
In this Bollywood action flick, Salman Khan is a one-man wrecking crew. When not knocking heads, he dances.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 25, 2019

Ip Man 4: The Finale
In this Bollywood action flick, Salman Khan is a one-man wrecking crew. When not knocking heads, he dances.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 25, 2019

The Song of Names
In this Bollywood action flick, Salman Khan is a one-man wrecking crew. When not knocking heads, he dances.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 25, 2019

Simplicity Means There's Nowhere to Hide: Directors Nick Bruno and Troy Quade on Spies in Disguise
In this Bollywood action flick, Salman Khan is a one-man wrecking crew. When not knocking heads, he dances.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 24, 2019

A Choreographed Dance: Sam Mendes, Krysty Wilson-Cairns, George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman on 1917
How do you measure a year in pop?

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 24, 2019

Little Women
How do you measure a year in pop?

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 24, 2019

#370 December 24, 2019
The composer Barbara Strozzi, who turns 400 this year, is still celebrated for vocal music of desire and passion.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 23, 2019

Video Interview: Jamie Foxx on Just Mercy
The trailer sent shock waves through the internet this summer. Now that they've seen it, what do critics have to say about the new big-screen adaptation?

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 23, 2019

The Whole of Ourselves: Tim Blake Nelson and Karan Kendrick on Just Mercy
The trailer sent shock waves through the internet this summer. Now that they've seen it, what do critics have to say about the new big-screen adaptation?

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 23, 2019

Just Mercy
The trailer sent shock waves through the internet this summer. Now that they've seen it, what do critics have to say about the new big-screen adaptation?

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 23, 2019

The Great Performances of 2019
The trailer sent shock waves through the internet this summer. Now that they've seen it, what do critics have to say about the new big-screen adaptation?

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 20, 2019

Thumbnails Special Edition: In Praise of Our Writers at RogerEbert.com
Long after their days in workshops and graduate seminars have ended, some authors still find support and inspiration in writing groups.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 20, 2019

Netflix Really Hopes Game of Thrones Fans Take to The Witcher
Fintan O'Toole's "The Politics of Pain" and Rich Lowry's "The Case for Nationalism" take very different views of the forces fueling Brexit and Donald Trump's presidency.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 20, 2019

Only Cloud Knows
Fintan O'Toole's "The Politics of Pain" and Rich Lowry's "The Case for Nationalism" take very different views of the forces fueling Brexit and Donald Trump's presidency.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 20, 2019

Togo
Fintan O'Toole's "The Politics of Pain" and Rich Lowry's "The Case for Nationalism" take very different views of the forces fueling Brexit and Donald Trump's presidency.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 20, 2019

Invisible Life
Fintan O'Toole's "The Politics of Pain" and Rich Lowry's "The Case for Nationalism" take very different views of the forces fueling Brexit and Donald Trump's presidency.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 19, 2019

The Best Scores of the Decade
Republican resistance to impeachment convinces the "Late Show" host that the elephant's time has passed.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 19, 2019

Cats
Republican resistance to impeachment convinces the "Late Show" host that the elephant's time has passed.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 18, 2019

Bright Wall/Dark Room December 2019: To the Very End by Calvin McMillin
"Sesame Street," Earth, Wind & Fire and Sally Field are honored for their achievements in the arts, and Peter Sarsgaard is a sound-obsessed house tuner in "The Sound of Silence."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 18, 2019

A Christmas Carol
The author of acclaimed biographies of Ulysses S. Grant and Frederick Douglass, he also helped establish Yale's black studies department.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 18, 2019

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
The author of acclaimed biographies of Ulysses S. Grant and Frederick Douglass, he also helped establish Yale's black studies department.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 17, 2019

The Uncanny Valleys of Martin Scorsese's The Irishman
And just when you thought made-for-TV Christmas movies couldn't get any cheesier.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 17, 2019

Video Interview: The Two Popes
And just when you thought made-for-TV Christmas movies couldn't get any cheesier.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 16, 2019

Rob Garver on What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael
A "Transformers" prequel hits Amazon and Hulu. And a documentary about Mel Brooks airs on HBO.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 16, 2019

The Individual Top Tens of the Decade
A "Transformers" prequel hits Amazon and Hulu. And a documentary about Mel Brooks airs on HBO.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 15, 2019

Anna Karina: 1940-2019
Monaco authorities had charged Yves Bouvier with fraud in connection with his sales to Dmitry Rybolovlev, but a court decided the investigation was biased.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 14, 2019

Parasite, Little Women Lead Chicago Film Critics Awards
Clint Eastwood's take on the frenzied aftermath of the Olympic Park bombing is flawed and fascinating.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 13, 2019

Danny Aiello: 1933-2019
A man on an identity quest finds powers instead in Robert Kirkman's new comic coming in May.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 13, 2019

A Hidden Life
His partnership with Aaron Spelling gave the world "Charlie's Angels," "Fantasy Island" and many other series. On his own, he created "Blue Bloods."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 13, 2019

The Individual Top Tens of 2019
His partnership with Aaron Spelling gave the world "Charlie's Angels," "Fantasy Island" and many other series. On his own, he created "Blue Bloods."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 13, 2019

Black Christmas
His partnership with Aaron Spelling gave the world "Charlie's Angels," "Fantasy Island" and many other series. On his own, he created "Blue Bloods."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 13, 2019

Cunningham
His partnership with Aaron Spelling gave the world "Charlie's Angels," "Fantasy Island" and many other series. On his own, he created "Blue Bloods."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 13, 2019

Chinese Portrait
His partnership with Aaron Spelling gave the world "Charlie's Angels," "Fantasy Island" and many other series. On his own, he created "Blue Bloods."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 13, 2019

Seberg
His partnership with Aaron Spelling gave the world "Charlie's Angels," "Fantasy Island" and many other series. On his own, he created "Blue Bloods."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Dec 12, 2019

Home Entertainment Guide: December 12, 2019
Some of the biggest names in music lent songs to this intimate family drama, but convincing them took time.

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