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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 25, 2019

CBS' Limited Series The Red Line is Worth the Ride
In "The Last Job," Dan Bilefsky explores a famous London robbery that was masterminded by a 76-year-old pensioner.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 24, 2019

Ramy Doesn't Hide Anything: An Interview with the Stars of Hulu's New Series, Ramy
On this show it often pays to be paranoid. The trouble is knowing which thing to be most paranoid about.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 24, 2019

Avengers: Endgame
This uncanny, phantasmagorical work from the Lightning Rod Special troupe is a musical cabaret about abortion. That's right.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 24, 2019

Carmine Street Guitars
Melissa Rivero's debut novel, "The Affairs of the Falcóns," features a family that, like hers did, emigrates to New York from Peru.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 23, 2019

New Netflix Horror Series Chambers Should Have Just Been a Movie
Two of David T. Little's politically charged instrumental works were the halves of a Composer Portrait concert at Miller Theater on Thursday.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 22, 2019

Ebertfest 2019: A Photo Journal
Janny Scott's memoir, "The Beneficiary: Fortune, Misfortune, and the Story of My Father," explores the consequences of generations of inherited Main Line wealth.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 22, 2019

Ebertfest 2019: Table of Contents
Janny Scott's memoir, "The Beneficiary: Fortune, Misfortune, and the Story of My Father," explores the consequences of generations of inherited Main Line wealth.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 22, 2019

Nelly Kaplan Retrospective at NYC's Quad Cinema Celebrates Ferocious Filmmaker
As a born-to-lose presidential contender, Laurie Metcalf is exasperation incarnate in Lucas Hnath's play, which also stars John Lithgow.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 19, 2019

Someone Great
Giovanni Battista Moroni, long overlooked, is the new Renaissance face at the Frick Collection.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 19, 2019

Galaxy's Edge, Panels, Argus Panox and More: Highlights from the 2019 Star Wars Celebration
In "The Absent Hand," Suzannah Lessard dissects a diverse swath of America, looking to understand the malls, green expanses and urban sprawl that surround us.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 19, 2019

Hail Satan?
"Anthem: Homunculus" is a six-hour, 10-episode epic about a man and his teratoma. The tumor sings. As do Glenn Close, Patti LuPone and Cynthia Erivo.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 19, 2019

Stuck
"Anthem: Homunculus" is a six-hour, 10-episode epic about a man and his teratoma. The tumor sings. As do Glenn Close, Patti LuPone and Cynthia Erivo.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 19, 2019

Fast Color
"Anthem: Homunculus" is a six-hour, 10-episode epic about a man and his teratoma. The tumor sings. As do Glenn Close, Patti LuPone and Cynthia Erivo.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 19, 2019

Family
"Anthem: Homunculus" is a six-hour, 10-episode epic about a man and his teratoma. The tumor sings. As do Glenn Close, Patti LuPone and Cynthia Erivo.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 19, 2019

Little Woods
"Anthem: Homunculus" is a six-hour, 10-episode epic about a man and his teratoma. The tumor sings. As do Glenn Close, Patti LuPone and Cynthia Erivo.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 19, 2019

Mine 9
In "The Absent Hand," Suzannah Lessard dissects a diverse swath of America, looking to understand the malls, green expanses and urban sprawl that surround us.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 19, 2019

Rafiki
"Anthem: Homunculus" is a six-hour, 10-episode epic about a man and his teratoma. The tumor sings. As do Glenn Close, Patti LuPone and Cynthia Erivo.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 19, 2019

Red Joan
"Anthem: Homunculus" is a six-hour, 10-episode epic about a man and his teratoma. The tumor sings. As do Glenn Close, Patti LuPone and Cynthia Erivo.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 19, 2019

Hagazussa
"Anthem: Homunculus" is a six-hour, 10-episode epic about a man and his teratoma. The tumor sings. As do Glenn Close, Patti LuPone and Cynthia Erivo.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 18, 2019

A Journey Through the Addictive World of The Division 2
The choreographer John Heginbotham and the director Daniel Fish want the dance to "change the way we experience the show."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 18, 2019

Belief-Testing People: Penny Lane on Her New Documentary, Hail Satan?
The choreographer John Heginbotham and the director Daniel Fish want the dance to "change the way we experience the show."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 18, 2019

A Look Back at the 10th Annual TCM Classic Film Festival
The choreographer John Heginbotham and the director Daniel Fish want the dance to "change the way we experience the show."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 18, 2019

Under the Silver Lake
The choreographer John Heginbotham and the director Daniel Fish want the dance to "change the way we experience the show."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 17, 2019

Homecoming
Just 28, Charlie Rosen has been working on Broadway for a decade, but his interests are as varied as the instruments he plays.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 17, 2019

Hulu's Excellent Ramy is Thoughtful Beyond its Comedy
In this comedy by Will Arbery, three sisters slip-slide through time in a brightly heightened reality.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 17, 2019

Breakthrough
In this comedy by Will Arbery, three sisters slip-slide through time in a brightly heightened reality.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 17, 2019

Penguins
In this comedy by Will Arbery, three sisters slip-slide through time in a brightly heightened reality.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 16, 2019

Bright Wall/Dark Room April 2019: Religious Cinema for Non-Believers: Scorsese's Silence
The new teaser trailer also showed the return of familiar characters like Leia Organa and Lando Calrissian.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 16, 2019

Not the Usual Superhero: Gugu Mbatha-Raw on Fast Color
"Thrones" returns for its final season on Sunday. Here are our takeaways from Season 7.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 16, 2019

The Curse of La Llorona
"Thrones" returns for its final season on Sunday. Here are our takeaways from Season 7.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 16, 2019

#352 April 16, 2019
In recent seasons, Odon von Horvath has become one of the most performed playwrights in the German-speaking world. But who is he, and why is he so popular now?

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 15, 2019

A Sneak Peek at The Mandalorian from Star Wars Celebration Chicago
On their websites, famous novelists talk frankly about how they became writers.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 15, 2019

Finding New Neighbors at the Movies: The Ebert Fellows on Ebertfest 2019
"How is this the first we're hearing of Michael Avenatti's racecar team?" the "Late Night" host said after the lawyer's indictment was made public on Thursday.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 15, 2019

A Very Deep Place: Claire Denis on High Life
"How is this the first we're hearing of Michael Avenatti's racecar team?" the "Late Night" host said after the lawyer's indictment was made public on Thursday.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 15, 2019

Ebertfest 2019, Day 4: Maya Angelou - And Still I Rise, Won't You Be My Neighbor?, Almost Famous, Sideways
"How is this the first we're hearing of Michael Avenatti's racecar team?" the "Late Night" host said after the lawyer's indictment was made public on Thursday.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 15, 2019

Ebertfest 2019, Day 3: Sebastian, Cold War, Cane River, A Year of the Quiet Sun, Romy and Michele's High School Reunion
"How is this the first we're hearing of Michael Avenatti's racecar team?" the "Late Night" host said after the lawyer's indictment was made public on Thursday.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 13, 2019

Guava Island
The viral success of "Old Town Road" has turned the 20-year-old rapper into an overnight sensation and rebooted conversations about who is allowed to represent the rural experience.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 13, 2019

Thriller
"If Athens had had our technology, I'm sure Socrates would have been widely blocked on social media," Kwame Anthony Appiah said after seeing the play "Socrates" at the Public Theater.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 12, 2019

Star Wars, Episode IX Announces Title, Releases Trailer
"Fires in the Mirror" and "Twilight" will be staged in the 2019-20 season, along with plays by Dominique Morisseau and Katori Hall.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 12, 2019

Ebertfest 2019, Day 2: Coeur Fidele, Rachel Getting Married, Bound
The storytelling can't match the visual creativity in the latest film from Laika studios.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 12, 2019

Ebertfest 2019, The Panels: Challenging Stigma Through the Arts; Women in Cinema
The storytelling can't match the visual creativity in the latest film from Laika studios.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 12, 2019

Little
The storytelling can't match the visual creativity in the latest film from Laika studios.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 12, 2019

After
The storytelling can't match the visual creativity in the latest film from Laika studios.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 12, 2019

Her Smell
The storytelling can't match the visual creativity in the latest film from Laika studios.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 12, 2019

Dogman
The storytelling can't match the visual creativity in the latest film from Laika studios.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 12, 2019

Mary Magdalene
The storytelling can't match the visual creativity in the latest film from Laika studios.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 12, 2019

Master Z: Ip Man Legacy
The storytelling can't match the visual creativity in the latest film from Laika studios.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 11, 2019

Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: April 11, 2019
Financial ills and a federal investigation, just completed, have led to discord at the club, whose members have included entertainment industry legends.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 11, 2019

DOC10 2019 Preview: Hail Satan?, One Child Nation and Seven More Highlights
Both musicians' careers have inspired a new flock of artists who treat jazz, metal and electronic music as interrelated systems.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 11, 2019

Hellboy
Both musicians' careers have inspired a new flock of artists who treat jazz, metal and electronic music as interrelated systems.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 11, 2019

Long Day's Journey Into Night
Both musicians' careers have inspired a new flock of artists who treat jazz, metal and electronic music as interrelated systems.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 11, 2019

Ebertfest 2019, Day 1: The Year Opens with a Cinematic Invocation
Both musicians' careers have inspired a new flock of artists who treat jazz, metal and electronic music as interrelated systems.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 10, 2019

Netflix Returns to the Zombie Genre with Dull Z Nation Prequel Black Summer
A six-and-a-half-hour play about the legacy of AIDS in New York won best new play at the British equivalent of the Tonys. "Company" and "Come From Away" were also successful.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 10, 2019

Sauvage
A six-and-a-half-hour play about the legacy of AIDS in New York won best new play at the British equivalent of the Tonys. "Company" and "Come From Away" were also successful.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 10, 2019

The Silence
A six-and-a-half-hour play about the legacy of AIDS in New York won best new play at the British equivalent of the Tonys. "Company" and "Come From Away" were also successful.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 10, 2019

The Man Who Killed Don Quixote
A six-and-a-half-hour play about the legacy of AIDS in New York won best new play at the British equivalent of the Tonys. "Company" and "Come From Away" were also successful.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 09, 2019

Seymour Cassel: 1935-2019
The soprano Lisette Oropesa has been awarded the 2019 Richard Tucker Award, one of the most prestigious honors for American singers.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 09, 2019

Fascinating Dark Side of the Ring is a Must-See For Wrestling Fans
Concerned about the limited interests of conventional publishers, Mr. Baumbach also helped found a publishing collective run by writers.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 09, 2019

Missing Link
Concerned about the limited interests of conventional publishers, Mr. Baumbach also helped found a publishing collective run by writers.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 08, 2019

Spotlighting Ebertfest's Festival Director and Audience Members
The "Seven Day Book Cover Challenge" has become digital catnip for book lovers online.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 08, 2019

Chaz Ebert Is Chosen for the Alliance of Women Film Journalists' Spotlight
The "Seven Day Book Cover Challenge" has become digital catnip for book lovers online.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 08, 2019

FX's Fosse/Verdon Has a Lot More on Its Mind than Character Study
The message of the movie, directed by and starring Brie Larson, is that there's no one-size-fits-all formula for adulthood.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 08, 2019

Book Review: Funny Man - Mel Brooks
In Nathan Englander's "Kaddish.com," a Brooklyn man — who's defected from Orthodox Judaism — hires a stranger to recite the Kaddish prayers for his father.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 07, 2019

30 Minutes on: "The Public"
Marilyn Stasio's Crime column features Bernie Gunther's final appearance in Berlin and introduces a delightfully eccentric Swedish sleuth.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 05, 2019

Native Son
In 1949, Richard Wright's best-selling novel drew criticism from his former protégé. A new HBO movie adaptation attempts to marry the two writers' sensibilities for a modern age.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 05, 2019

Video Interview: Taraji P. Henson on The Best of Enemies
In her new novel, "Trust Exercise," Susan Choi trains her lens on a group of high school drama students, zooming in first on their teenage years, then focusing on them years later.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 05, 2019

High Life
In her new novel, "Trust Exercise," Susan Choi trains her lens on a group of high school drama students, zooming in first on their teenage years, then focusing on them years later.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 05, 2019

Pet Sematary
In her new novel, "Trust Exercise," Susan Choi trains her lens on a group of high school drama students, zooming in first on their teenage years, then focusing on them years later.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 05, 2019

The Best of Enemies
In her new novel, "Trust Exercise," Susan Choi trains her lens on a group of high school drama students, zooming in first on their teenage years, then focusing on them years later.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 05, 2019

Teen Spirit
"Solitary," by Albert Woodfox, is a remarkable testament of suffering and self-transformation by a man who survived more than 40 years in solitary confinement.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 05, 2019

Amazing Grace
In her new novel, "Trust Exercise," Susan Choi trains her lens on a group of high school drama students, zooming in first on their teenage years, then focusing on them years later.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 05, 2019

Peterloo
In her new novel, "Trust Exercise," Susan Choi trains her lens on a group of high school drama students, zooming in first on their teenage years, then focusing on them years later.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 05, 2019

The Public
In her new novel, "Trust Exercise," Susan Choi trains her lens on a group of high school drama students, zooming in first on their teenage years, then focusing on them years later.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 05, 2019

The Wind
In her new novel, "Trust Exercise," Susan Choi trains her lens on a group of high school drama students, zooming in first on their teenage years, then focusing on them years later.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2019

#Day4Empathy 2019 Observed Today, Continuing In Honor of the Late, Beloved Roger Ebert's Legacy
"There are old friends and new friends," the owner said. "Are you going to sing?"

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2019

Day for Empathy 2019 Observed Today, Continuing In Honor of the Late, Beloved Roger Ebert's Legacy
In the animated feature "Wall," David Hare meditates on the partition that divides Israel and the West Bank.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2019

Short Term 12
In the animated feature "Wall," David Hare meditates on the partition that divides Israel and the West Bank.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2019

The Straight Story
In the animated feature "Wall," David Hare meditates on the partition that divides Israel and the West Bank.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2019

Into the Wild
In the animated feature "Wall," David Hare meditates on the partition that divides Israel and the West Bank.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2019

Into the Abyss: A Tale of Death, A Tale of Life
In the animated feature "Wall," David Hare meditates on the partition that divides Israel and the West Bank.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2019

Moonlight
In the animated feature "Wall," David Hare meditates on the partition that divides Israel and the West Bank.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2019

Juno
In the animated feature "Wall," David Hare meditates on the partition that divides Israel and the West Bank.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2019

Life Itself
In the animated feature "Wall," David Hare meditates on the partition that divides Israel and the West Bank.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2019

City Lights
In the animated feature "Wall," David Hare meditates on the partition that divides Israel and the West Bank.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2019

Mudbound
In the animated feature "Wall," David Hare meditates on the partition that divides Israel and the West Bank.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2019

Gates of Heaven
In the animated feature "Wall," David Hare meditates on the partition that divides Israel and the West Bank.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2019

Junebug
In the animated feature "Wall," David Hare meditates on the partition that divides Israel and the West Bank.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2019

Won't You Be My Neighbor?
In the animated feature "Wall," David Hare meditates on the partition that divides Israel and the West Bank.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2019

A Different Perspective: Reviews About Empathy, Compassion and Kindness
In the animated feature "Wall," David Hare meditates on the partition that divides Israel and the West Bank.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 03, 2019

Brilliant Killing Eve Returns to Rekindle Your Obsession
The HBO series made good on its promise to deliver big revelations about the 20-year-old murder case that "Serial" made famous.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 03, 2019

4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days
The HBO series made good on its promise to deliver big revelations about the 20-year-old murder case that "Serial" made famous.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 02, 2019

Shazam!
Tenet Vocal Artists and the Sebastians early-music ensemble combine to perform Bach's "St. Matthew Passion" as the composer might have in his day.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 02, 2019

Short Films in Focus: Being 97
Tenet Vocal Artists and the Sebastians early-music ensemble combine to perform Bach's "St. Matthew Passion" as the composer might have in his day.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 02, 2019

#351 April 2, 2019
The creators of a fairy-tale action film expand it into an eight-episode series by removing the fairy tale.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 01, 2019

The Unloved, Part 64: Jupiter Ascending
A harebrained scheme ends in comic confusion in Theo Love's goofy documentary.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 01, 2019

Kamran Heidari on Ali Aqa, His Approach to Documentary Filmmaking and More
A harebrained scheme ends in comic confusion in Theo Love's goofy documentary.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 31, 2019

Mercy Black
Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 29, 2019

Agnès Varda: 1928-2019
The film falls into a common trap of advocacy documentaries, which is to inform on an urgent issue without a particularly urgent cinematic narrative to match it.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 29, 2019

Slut in a Good Way
The film falls into a common trap of advocacy documentaries, which is to inform on an urgent issue without a particularly urgent cinematic narrative to match it.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 29, 2019

Amazon Clones 2011 Film Hanna for Frustrating New Series
The scholar and host of the PBS series "Reconstruction," whose latest books are "Dark Sky Rising" and "Stony the Road," is a productive beach reader: "I read more during two months on the Vineyard … than I do the entire rest of the year."

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