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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 26, 2019

The Chambermaid
Russell T Davies's near-future dystopia, like the reality it builds on, can be too overwhelming to connect with.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 26, 2019

Tom Skerritt on the 40th Anniversary of Alien, Collaborating with Ridley Scott and More
Russell T Davies's near-future dystopia, like the reality it builds on, can be too overwhelming to connect with.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 25, 2019

Batman Films on 4K Offer Interesting Contrast to Modern Superhero Movies
The musical, fueled by social media love, opened in March — a tough time of year for a show with a largely student fan base.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 25, 2019

Annabelle Comes Home
The musical, fueled by social media love, opened in March — a tough time of year for a show with a largely student fan base.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 25, 2019

#357 June 25, 2019
The graffiti historian Roger Gastman has put together "Beyond the Streets New York," which includes works by Shepard Fairey, Jenny Holzer and others.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 24, 2019

HBO's Years and Years is Fascinating Vision of the Future
From the South Bronx to Governors Island and beyond, artworks are popping up all over the city. Here's a guide to what's happening.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 24, 2019

Rachel Bloom on Saying Goodbye to Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Emmy Campaigning and More
From the South Bronx to Governors Island and beyond, artworks are popping up all over the city. Here's a guide to what's happening.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 21, 2019

Child's Play
In her first American solo exhibition, Zoya Cherkassky's commentary on her childhood in Ukraine is rich and complex.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 21, 2019

If I Had an Emmy Ballot 2019
The two discuss their collaboration, which introduces a new villain, Cadaverous, and how the project came to be.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 21, 2019

Cinepocalypse 2019: Into the Dark: Culture Shock
The two discuss their collaboration, which introduces a new villain, Cadaverous, and how the project came to be.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 21, 2019

Anna
The two discuss their collaboration, which introduces a new villain, Cadaverous, and how the project came to be.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 21, 2019

Wild Rose
The two discuss their collaboration, which introduces a new villain, Cadaverous, and how the project came to be.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 21, 2019

Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am
The two discuss their collaboration, which introduces a new villain, Cadaverous, and how the project came to be.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 21, 2019

A Bigger Splash
The two discuss their collaboration, which introduces a new villain, Cadaverous, and how the project came to be.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 21, 2019

Burn Your Maps
The two discuss their collaboration, which introduces a new villain, Cadaverous, and how the project came to be.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 21, 2019

Holy Lands
The two discuss their collaboration, which introduces a new villain, Cadaverous, and how the project came to be.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 21, 2019

Nightmare Cinema
The two discuss their collaboration, which introduces a new villain, Cadaverous, and how the project came to be.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 20, 2019

Cinepocalypse 2019: The Gory and Glorious Return of Tammy and the T-Rex
Yana Peel resigned after a newspaper revealed she had connections to a cybersecurity firm whose spyware has been used by governments to track journalists and activists.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 20, 2019

Bright Wall/Dark Room June 2019: An Essay on Magic Mike XXL by Isabel Cole
Yana Peel resigned after a newspaper revealed she had connections to a cybersecurity firm whose spyware has been used by governments to track journalists and activists.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 20, 2019

The Edge of Democracy
Yana Peel resigned after a newspaper revealed she had connections to a cybersecurity firm whose spyware has been used by governments to track journalists and activists.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 20, 2019

Toy Story 4
Yana Peel resigned after a newspaper revealed she had connections to a cybersecurity firm whose spyware has been used by governments to track journalists and activists.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2019

Roger's little rule book
"Fall; or, Dodge in Hell" is a staggering feat of imagination, intelligence and stamina.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2019

Go gentle into that good night
The troupe of mime-acrobats, presenting two programs after a five-year absence, feels like what it is: a late-generation copy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2019

Happy Birthday, Roger: A Celebration of Our Favorite Writing
The troupe of mime-acrobats, presenting two programs after a five-year absence, feels like what it is: a late-generation copy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2019

My Favorite Roger: Synecdoche, New York
The troupe of mime-acrobats, presenting two programs after a five-year absence, feels like what it is: a late-generation copy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2019

My Favorite Roger: Brian Tallerico
They're directing, writing and producing independently made movies at record levels. They are also hiring more women.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2019

My Favorite Roger: E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
The troupe of mime-acrobats, presenting two programs after a five-year absence, feels like what it is: a late-generation copy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2019

My Favorite Roger: Lost Horizon
The troupe of mime-acrobats, presenting two programs after a five-year absence, feels like what it is: a late-generation copy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2019

My Favorite Roger: Allison Shoemaker
They're directing, writing and producing independently made movies at record levels. They are also hiring more women.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2019

My Favorite Roger: Nell Minow
They're directing, writing and producing independently made movies at record levels. They are also hiring more women.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2019

This land was made for you and me
The troupe of mime-acrobats, presenting two programs after a five-year absence, feels like what it is: a late-generation copy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2019

The One-Percenters
The troupe of mime-acrobats, presenting two programs after a five-year absence, feels like what it is: a late-generation copy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2019

Thoughts on Bill O'Reilly and Squeaky the Chicago Mouse
The troupe of mime-acrobats, presenting two programs after a five-year absence, feels like what it is: a late-generation copy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2019

My Favorite Roger: Odie Henderson
The troupe of mime-acrobats, presenting two programs after a five-year absence, feels like what it is: a late-generation copy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2019

My Favorite Roger: Monica Castillo
The troupe of mime-acrobats, presenting two programs after a five-year absence, feels like what it is: a late-generation copy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 17, 2019

Cinepocalypse 2019: Kindred Spirits, The Swerve
Despite its top creative team, an adaptation of the popular Sue Monk Kidd novel feels like a first draft.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 17, 2019

A Beautiful Challenge: Guy Vandenberg and Steve Williams on 5B
Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 17, 2019

An Ode to Pedro Almodovar's All My Mother on Its 20th Anniversary
Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 16, 2019

Franco Zeffirelli: 1923-2019
Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 16, 2019

30 Minutes On: Rocketman
Jim Jarmusch's movie, starring Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Tilda Swinton and a bunch of other interesting people, respects the genre without committing to it.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 14, 2019

Krysten Ritter is a Powerhouse in Final Season of Jessica Jones
In an interview, the longtime Disney Channel star discusses her "scary" move into explicit, provocative television.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 14, 2019

Selah and The Spades to Screen at BAMCinemaFest on June 16th
The show, a mix of mind reading and magic, is to open in September.

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Jun 14, 2019

HBO's Euphoria is an Audacious, Superficial High School Saga
Featuring Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter and other luminaries, a new documentary examines Blue Note's legacy from Thelonious Monk to hip-hop.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 14, 2019

On the President's Orders Plays at Human Rights Festival
The multidisciplinary artist is introducing his first full collection of clothing in a runway show in Florence, Italy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 14, 2019

Shaft
The multidisciplinary artist is introducing his first full collection of clothing in a runway show in Florence, Italy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 14, 2019

The Dead Don't Die
The multidisciplinary artist is introducing his first full collection of clothing in a runway show in Florence, Italy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 14, 2019

American Woman
The multidisciplinary artist is introducing his first full collection of clothing in a runway show in Florence, Italy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 14, 2019

Murder Mystery
The multidisciplinary artist is introducing his first full collection of clothing in a runway show in Florence, Italy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 14, 2019

Our Time
The multidisciplinary artist is introducing his first full collection of clothing in a runway show in Florence, Italy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 14, 2019

Being Frank
The multidisciplinary artist is introducing his first full collection of clothing in a runway show in Florence, Italy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 14, 2019

Plus One
The multidisciplinary artist is introducing his first full collection of clothing in a runway show in Florence, Italy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 14, 2019

Hampstead
The multidisciplinary artist is introducing his first full collection of clothing in a runway show in Florence, Italy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 13, 2019

Nicolas Winding Refn Delivers Distinct Vision of Too Old to Die Young
An article in The New York Times Magazine revealed that a 2008 blaze was much more destructive than previously disclosed, leading musicians to speak out.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 13, 2019

Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: June 13, 2019
An installation at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden ponders the sounds made by plants.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 13, 2019

BAMCinemaFest 2019 Preview and Highlights
A.K. Benjamin's magnificently unsettling new book is about the "unraveling minds" of his patients, and his own history of mental illness.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 13, 2019

Men in Black: International
A.K. Benjamin's magnificently unsettling new book is about the "unraveling minds" of his patients, and his own history of mental illness.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 13, 2019

One from the Heart: Jimmie Fails and Joe Talbot on The Last Man in San Francisco
A.K. Benjamin's magnificently unsettling new book is about the "unraveling minds" of his patients, and his own history of mental illness.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 13, 2019

One from the Heart: Jimmie Fails and Joe Talbot on The Last Black Man in San Francisco
A delicious production of the great Shakespearean comedy starring Danielle Brooks and set squarely in our #MeToo and Black Lives Matter moment.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 12, 2019

Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese
Tim Bouverie's "Appeasement" describes the many ways the British government avoided standing up to Hitler.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 12, 2019

Kevin Bacon Leads Showtime Crime Saga City on a Hill
"This award is for every kid who is watching tonight who has a disability, who has a limitation or a challenge," said Ms. Stroker, who won for her role as Ado Annie in "Oklahoma!."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 12, 2019

Danzig the Director, Tammy and the T-Rex, Joe Bob Briggs and More: A Preview of Cinepocalypse 2019
"This award is for every kid who is watching tonight who has a disability, who has a limitation or a challenge," said Ms. Stroker, who won for her role as Ado Annie in "Oklahoma!."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 11, 2019

FX's Pose has Glamour and Righteous Rage in Second Season
Six visits to six theaters, with decades between them, but the energy backstage is a constant.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 11, 2019

From Don't Look Back to Rolling Thunder Revue: The Cinema of Bob Dylan
Six visits to six theaters, with decades between them, but the energy backstage is a constant.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 11, 2019

#356 June 11, 2019
The artist's surreal installation is the talk of the Venice Biennale.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 10, 2019

The Fairy-tale of Homeownership in The Last Black Man in San Francisco
The first-time director Eva Trobisch has made a searing drama about the everyday interactions that all women must navigate carefully.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 07, 2019

Quad Cinema Celebrates Pauline Kael with Losing It At the Movies Retrospective
Mary Beth Keane was researching a historical novel when "real life kept intervening," so she wrote a contemporary saga of suburban New York instead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 07, 2019

Cannes 2019 Video #8: Justice Singleton, Elizabeth & Pamela Guest and the Ebert Fellows
Mary Beth Keane was researching a historical novel when "real life kept intervening," so she wrote a contemporary saga of suburban New York instead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 07, 2019

Bravo Pavarotti and Ron Howard: An Appreciation of Pavarotti and the Lyric Opera
Mary Beth Keane was researching a historical novel when "real life kept intervening," so she wrote a contemporary saga of suburban New York instead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 07, 2019

HBO's Big Little Lies Knows How to Walk the Line of Fan Service
Unwitting migrants are tricked into lives of bondage aboard fishing vessels.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 07, 2019

HBO's Big Little Lies Knows How to Walk the Line of Fan Service in Second Season
Mary Beth Keane was researching a historical novel when "real life kept intervening," so she wrote a contemporary saga of suburban New York instead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 07, 2019

Late Night
Unwitting migrants are tricked into lives of bondage aboard fishing vessels.

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Jun 07, 2019

I Am Mother
Unwitting migrants are tricked into lives of bondage aboard fishing vessels.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 07, 2019

Pavarotti
Unwitting migrants are tricked into lives of bondage aboard fishing vessels.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 07, 2019

The Last Black Man in San Francisco
Unwitting migrants are tricked into lives of bondage aboard fishing vessels.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 07, 2019

Into the Dark: They Come Knocking
Unwitting migrants are tricked into lives of bondage aboard fishing vessels.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 07, 2019

Framing John DeLorean
Unwitting migrants are tricked into lives of bondage aboard fishing vessels.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 07, 2019

The Raft
Unwitting migrants are tricked into lives of bondage aboard fishing vessels.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 06, 2019

Dark Phoenix
We've revisited the books that defined the season over the past 50 years — and what they reveal about the country at a particular moment.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 06, 2019

The Secret Life of Pets 2
Yuval Sharon, who is directing her opera "Atlas" in Los Angeles, is the first artist to be entrusted with one of her stage works.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 05, 2019

Thumbnails Special Edition: Our Cannes 2019 Coverage
Working opposite ends of the volume spectrum, two musicals, the new "Six" and a reinterpreted "Next to Normal," find their levels.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 05, 2019

Cannes 2019 Videos: Table of Contents
Working opposite ends of the volume spectrum, two musicals, the new "Six" and a reinterpreted "Next to Normal," find their levels.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 05, 2019

Black Mirror Returns with an Inconsistent Fifth Season with One Standout
The 21-year-old actress suddenly finds herself being noticed by women she had long admired. "Taylor Swift has seen my face. Cool! Sick!"

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 04, 2019

Preview of the 26th Annual Chicago Underground Film Festival
"Harry Potter: A Journey Through Charms and Defence Against the Dark Arts" and "A Journey Through Potions and Herbology" are arriving in late June.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 04, 2019

Short Films in Focus: Guns Found Here
Tschabalala Self's textile works — which will go on view at MoMA PS1 next month — are inspired by people on the streets of Harlem.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 03, 2019

Bethesda's Rage 2 Struggles to Make It Down the Fury Road
The role of women art-makers in Native communities has gone widely ignored. Now a bold museum show, by and for these women, is shining a light on 1,000 years of their art.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 03, 2019

Cannes 2019 Video #6: The Critics Roundtable
The AMC horror series is one of several adaptations the best-selling horror author (and son of Stephen King) has in the works, after multiple stalled attempts.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 03, 2019

The Unloved, Part 66: Destroyer
The AMC horror series is one of several adaptations the best-selling horror author (and son of Stephen King) has in the works, after multiple stalled attempts.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 31, 2019

Godzilla: King of the Monsters
The special counsel really doesn't want to talk to Congress about his report. That makes him the best person to do it.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 31, 2019

An Ode to Mothra, Co-kaiju of Godzilla: King of the Monsters
The special counsel really doesn't want to talk to Congress about his report. That makes him the best person to do it.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 31, 2019

Ma
A high-quality film showing the 19th-century British monarch smiling and waving to the public in Ireland challenges history's depiction of her as sullen and irritable.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 31, 2019

Perpetual Grace, LTD is Your Next TV Obsession
A high-quality film showing the 19th-century British monarch smiling and waving to the public in Ireland challenges history's depiction of her as sullen and irritable.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 31, 2019

Always Be My Maybe
A high-quality film showing the 19th-century British monarch smiling and waving to the public in Ireland challenges history's depiction of her as sullen and irritable.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 31, 2019

Mouthpiece
A high-quality film showing the 19th-century British monarch smiling and waving to the public in Ireland challenges history's depiction of her as sullen and irritable.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 31, 2019

The Fall of the American Empire
A high-quality film showing the 19th-century British monarch smiling and waving to the public in Ireland challenges history's depiction of her as sullen and irritable.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 31, 2019

Too Late to Die Young
A high-quality film showing the 19th-century British monarch smiling and waving to the public in Ireland challenges history's depiction of her as sullen and irritable.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 30, 2019

Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: May 30, 2019
The painter Jordan Casteel discusses her favorite artwork and the affinity she feels for its creator.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 30, 2019

DC Universe's Swamp Thing Struggles to Manage Tone Amidst Flashes of Brilliance
The painter Jordan Casteel discusses her favorite artwork and the affinity she feels for its creator.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 30, 2019

Michael Sheen, David Tennant Carry Amazon's Good Omens
The painter Jordan Casteel discusses her favorite artwork and the affinity she feels for its creator.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 30, 2019

When They See Us
The painter Jordan Casteel discusses her favorite artwork and the affinity she feels for its creator.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
May 29, 2019

Domino
Light the grill, slather on the sunblock — and grab a book.

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