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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 16, 2018

You Have to Be Smart to Survive: Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal on Blindspotting
Mr. Colbert said of the often contentious hearing: "It was like ‘A Few Good Men,' but with even fewer good men."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 15, 2018

Fantasia 2018: Buffalo Boys, The Unity of Heroes, True Fiction
Mr. Cumberbatch's role in "Patrick Melrose" was one of his most daunting yet, and it earned him an Emmy nomination for best actor in a limited series.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 15, 2018

Fantasia 2018: Unfriended: Dark Web, Tales from the Hood 2, The Night Eats the World
Mr. Cumberbatch's role in "Patrick Melrose" was one of his most daunting yet, and it earned him an Emmy nomination for best actor in a limited series.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 13, 2018

How It Ends
The death of the show's composer, Michael Friedman, makes this musical about loss an accidental and indispensable elegy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 13, 2018

Eighth Grade
The death of the show's composer, Michael Friedman, makes this musical about loss an accidental and indispensable elegy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 13, 2018

Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot
The death of the show's composer, Michael Friedman, makes this musical about loss an accidental and indispensable elegy.

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Jul 13, 2018

Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind
The death of the show's composer, Michael Friedman, makes this musical about loss an accidental and indispensable elegy.

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Jul 13, 2018

Siberia
The death of the show's composer, Michael Friedman, makes this musical about loss an accidental and indispensable elegy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 13, 2018

Shock and Awe
The death of the show's composer, Michael Friedman, makes this musical about loss an accidental and indispensable elegy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 13, 2018

A Midsummer Night's Dream
The death of the show's composer, Michael Friedman, makes this musical about loss an accidental and indispensable elegy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 13, 2018

What Will People Say
The death of the show's composer, Michael Friedman, makes this musical about loss an accidental and indispensable elegy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 12, 2018

Skyscraper
President Trump has spent considerable time behaving like a reality-show character, but on Monday night, he stepped into the producer's role.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 12, 2018

Eighth Grade and the Political Currency of Being a Teenage Girl
President Trump has spent considerable time behaving like a reality-show character, but on Monday night, he stepped into the producer's role.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 11, 2018

Fantasia International Film Festival 2018 Preview
The French actress dismissed an offer to join the Oscar voting pool, criticizing the organization's "insufferable hypocrisy."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 11, 2018

The World's Biggest Elsie Fisher Fan: Bo Burnham on Eighth Grade
Alan Dershowitz‘s latest book, "The Case Against Impeaching Trump," was written with a sense of urgency. It took two months.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 11, 2018

Gauguin: Voyage to Tahiti
Alan Dershowitz‘s latest book, "The Case Against Impeaching Trump," was written with a sense of urgency. It took two months.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 10, 2018

Celebrating Michael Kutza: Founder of Chicago International Film Festival to be Honored at July 14th Gala
Michael McFaul discusses "From Cold War to Hot Peace: An American Ambassador in Putin's Russia," and Ottessa Moshfegh talks about her new novel, "My Year of Rest and Relaxation."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 10, 2018

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation
The British singer-songwriter has canceled concerts in Britain, Croatia, Austria, Norway and Sweden following the removal of a tumor.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 10, 2018

A Long Journey: Charlie Plummer on Lean on Pete
The British singer-songwriter has canceled concerts in Britain, Croatia, Austria, Norway and Sweden following the removal of a tumor.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 10, 2018

Bright Wall/Dark Room July 2018: A Room with a View
The British singer-songwriter has canceled concerts in Britain, Croatia, Austria, Norway and Sweden following the removal of a tumor.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 10, 2018

#332 July 10, 2018
Mr. Rudd of "Ant-Man and the Wasp" talks about his midlife foray into Marvel superherodom, the spoils of fame and the burden of being so darn likable.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 09, 2018

Goodbye to the Sigh Guy: A Tribute to Tab Hunter, 1931-2018
Elizabeth Smart's "Where There's Hope" offers advice on moving past trauma. Books by a psychologist, a pediatrician and a mother add more perspective.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 09, 2018

New York Asian Film Festival 2018: Highlights and Memories
In his searching memoir, "My Brother Moochie," Issac Bailey, a longtime journalist, considers the fallout on his family of his oldest brother's crime.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 09, 2018

Translating into Poetry: Boots Riley on Sorry to Bother You
In his searching memoir, "My Brother Moochie," Issac Bailey, a longtime journalist, considers the fallout on his family of his oldest brother's crime.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 09, 2018

KVIFF 2018: Closing Night, Barry Levinson and Four More Highlights
In his searching memoir, "My Brother Moochie," Issac Bailey, a longtime journalist, considers the fallout on his family of his oldest brother's crime.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 07, 2018

KVIFF 2018: Caleb Landry Jones and Peter Brunner on To the Night
With his new double album, "Scorpion," the rapper and singer is grappling with brand maintenance. Is he innovating, and where can he go next?

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 06, 2018

Sorry to Bother You
A war reporter in Indochina, a travel writer in West Africa, a magazine editor, a novelist and said to be the inspiration for a "Tintin" character.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 06, 2018

Whitney
A war reporter in Indochina, a travel writer in West Africa, a magazine editor, a novelist and said to be the inspiration for a "Tintin" character.

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Jul 06, 2018

The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter
A war reporter in Indochina, a travel writer in West Africa, a magazine editor, a novelist and said to be the inspiration for a "Tintin" character.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 06, 2018

Under the Tree
A war reporter in Indochina, a travel writer in West Africa, a magazine editor, a novelist and said to be the inspiration for a "Tintin" character.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 06, 2018

Bleeding Steel
A war reporter in Indochina, a travel writer in West Africa, a magazine editor, a novelist and said to be the inspiration for a "Tintin" character.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 06, 2018

Gorgeous Criterion Box Set for Dietrich & Von Sternberg in Hollywood Revisits Influential Collaboration
A war reporter in Indochina, a travel writer in West Africa, a magazine editor, a novelist and said to be the inspiration for a "Tintin" character.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 06, 2018

KVIFF 2018: Lukas Dhont's Girl Breaks New Ground for Transgender Representation
A war reporter in Indochina, a travel writer in West Africa, a magazine editor, a novelist and said to be the inspiration for a "Tintin" character.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 05, 2018

Claude Lanzmann: 1925-2018
The 54-year-old musician and his band make smart, fierce African rock that concentrates on positive thinking on "Kin Sonic."

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Jul 05, 2018

Sharp Objects
Dan Pfeiffer, a senior adviser to President Obama, has written "Yes We (Still) Can," a memoir of his years in the White House, with prescriptions for the future.

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Jul 05, 2018

Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: July 5, 2018
Reading about blizzards, snow drifts, howling Arctic winds and sleet storms might be even more bracing than a dip in the pool or a glass of iced tea.

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Jul 05, 2018

KVIFF 2018: Terry Gilliam Dreams the Impossible Dream
Reading about blizzards, snow drifts, howling Arctic winds and sleet storms might be even more bracing than a dip in the pool or a glass of iced tea.

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Jul 04, 2018

KVIFF 2018: Table of Contents
The Glasgow School of Art, designed by the celebrated Charles Rennie Mackintosh, caught fire in June, for the second time in four years. Fortunately, many of his other buildings in Scotland endure — here's what to visit.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 04, 2018

A Big Impact: Peyton Reed on Ant-Man and the Wasp
Four leaders in five years. New initiatives that come and go. Financial pressures. The tumult that is challenging Lincoln Center and its future.

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Jul 04, 2018

KVIFF 2018: Crystal Swan, Moments and Richard Linklater
Four leaders in five years. New initiatives that come and go. Financial pressures. The tumult that is challenging Lincoln Center and its future.

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Jul 04, 2018

Fireworks
Four leaders in five years. New initiatives that come and go. Financial pressures. The tumult that is challenging Lincoln Center and its future.

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Jul 04, 2018

The First Purge
Four leaders in five years. New initiatives that come and go. Financial pressures. The tumult that is challenging Lincoln Center and its future.

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Jul 03, 2018

Short Films in Focus: Twisted
Hear releases by Chaka Khan, Mitski, Meek Mill and others.

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Jul 03, 2018

KVIFF 2018: Denis O'Hare, Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin on The Parting Glass
Hear releases by Chaka Khan, Mitski, Meek Mill and others.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 02, 2018

The Unloved, Part 55: Silent Hill
Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

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Jul 02, 2018

KVIFF 2018: Winter Flies and Opening Night
Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 02, 2018

Ant-Man and the Wasp
Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jul 01, 2018

KVIFF 2018: Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie on Leave No Trace
If you happen to be one of those New Yorkers who appreciates good multitasking, have we got plans for you.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 29, 2018

A Very English Scandal is One of the Best Things You'll Watch This Year
This basketball comedy is amusing and kindhearted, but strangely bland.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 29, 2018

Sicario: Day of the Soldado
Bach to Baby, a London-based concert series, gives parents the opportunity to enjoy music with their young children without any stares or shushing.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 29, 2018

Three Identical Strangers
Bach to Baby, a London-based concert series, gives parents the opportunity to enjoy music with their young children without any stares or shushing.

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Jun 29, 2018

Custody
Bach to Baby, a London-based concert series, gives parents the opportunity to enjoy music with their young children without any stares or shushing.

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Jun 29, 2018

Woman Walks Ahead
Bach to Baby, a London-based concert series, gives parents the opportunity to enjoy music with their young children without any stares or shushing.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 29, 2018

Ideal Home
Bach to Baby, a London-based concert series, gives parents the opportunity to enjoy music with their young children without any stares or shushing.

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Jun 29, 2018

Uncle Drew
Bach to Baby, a London-based concert series, gives parents the opportunity to enjoy music with their young children without any stares or shushing.

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Jun 29, 2018

The Cakemaker
Bach to Baby, a London-based concert series, gives parents the opportunity to enjoy music with their young children without any stares or shushing.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 29, 2018

Dark River
Bach to Baby, a London-based concert series, gives parents the opportunity to enjoy music with their young children without any stares or shushing.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 29, 2018

Hover
Bach to Baby, a London-based concert series, gives parents the opportunity to enjoy music with their young children without any stares or shushing.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 29, 2018

Black Water
Drool-worthy confectionery expresses unspoken emotions in first feature from the writer and director Ofir Raul Graizer.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 29, 2018

Leave No Trace
A public viewing for the controversial rapper, who was shot and killed last week at the age of 20, drew long lines of loyal fans.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 28, 2018

Harlan Ellison: 1934-2018
A public viewing for the controversial rapper, who was shot and killed last week at the age of 20, drew long lines of loyal fans.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 28, 2018

GLOW Returns to Netflix For Confident Second Season
The cultural entrepreneur Bobbito Garcia directs this documentary about a familiar subject: himself.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 28, 2018

Alternative Stakes: Debra Granik on Leave No Trace
"You are causing suffering and division," the filmmaker wrote to Mr. Trump in an open letter on Facebook, the day after the president mentioned him at a rally.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 28, 2018

Thumbnails Special Edition: Changes in Journalism
This sequel to "Sicario," starring Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin, is also a geopolitical action thriller and a samurai picture.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 28, 2018

Sembene Across Africa Celebrated Legendary Filmmaker
This sequel to "Sicario," starring Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin, is also a geopolitical action thriller and a samurai picture.

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Jun 27, 2018

A Dope Gift To Have: Lil Rel Howery on Uncle Drew and Get Out
Rebecca Makkai's novel "The Great Believers" ricochets between an era when AIDS was a death sentence and the present, when its shadow still looms.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 27, 2018

Winter Brothers
Rebecca Makkai's novel "The Great Believers" ricochets between an era when AIDS was a death sentence and the present, when its shadow still looms.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 26, 2018

A Laugh Can Be a Very Powerful Thing: Who Framed Roger Rabbit, 30 Years Later
The 20-year-old broke out of the SoundCloud rap scene and reached No 1. But he faced accusations of violent crimes against a woman, and leaves behind a troubling legacy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 26, 2018

Hug Your Family: Ben Foster on Leave No Trace
An underrated Strauss anniversary and a rising conductor's take on Mozart were some of the highlights.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 26, 2018

#331 June 26, 2018
In "Uneasy Peace," Patrick Sharkey sees disparities when the homicide rate drops. The country is safer, but some people are now afraid of the police.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 25, 2018

PROJECT INVOLVE/Ebert Fellow Melissa Haizlip Wins Audience Award with her film Mr. SOUL! at AFI DOCS
As museums groan under costly expansions, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, found a modest alternative a ferry ride across the harbor.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 25, 2018

Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2018 Preview
In his novel "A View of the Empire at Sunset," Caryl Phillips uses the difficult, lonely life of Jean Rhys to explore themes of alienation and exile.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 25, 2018

Anatomy of a Relationship: Silas Howard on A Kid Like Jake
In his novel "A View of the Empire at Sunset," Caryl Phillips uses the difficult, lonely life of Jean Rhys to explore themes of alienation and exile.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 22, 2018

The Catcher Was a Spy
A growing network of booking agencies and community groups have made female artists more visible in Berlin, erasing the boy's club atmosphere of the past.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 22, 2018

Damsel
Paul Rudd plays Berg in a new film. But for all his research, he could never get a clear picture of this World War II hero, intellectual and athlete.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 22, 2018

Book Review: People Only Die of Love in Movies: Film Writing by Jim Ridley
Paul Rudd plays Berg in a new film. But for all his research, he could never get a clear picture of this World War II hero, intellectual and athlete.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 22, 2018

Boundaries
Paul Rudd plays Berg in a new film. But for all his research, he could never get a clear picture of this World War II hero, intellectual and athlete.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 22, 2018

The King
Paul Rudd plays Berg in a new film. But for all his research, he could never get a clear picture of this World War II hero, intellectual and athlete.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 22, 2018

Spiral
Paul Rudd plays Berg in a new film. But for all his research, he could never get a clear picture of this World War II hero, intellectual and athlete.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 22, 2018

Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts
Paul Rudd plays Berg in a new film. But for all his research, he could never get a clear picture of this World War II hero, intellectual and athlete.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 22, 2018

Beach House
Paul Rudd plays Berg in a new film. But for all his research, he could never get a clear picture of this World War II hero, intellectual and athlete.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 22, 2018

Never Steady, Never Still
Paul Rudd plays Berg in a new film. But for all his research, he could never get a clear picture of this World War II hero, intellectual and athlete.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 21, 2018

If I Had an Emmy Ballot 2018
Centuries of subjugation weigh down the men and women of "There There," his quietly devastating debut.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 21, 2018

Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: June 21, 2018
Centuries of subjugation weigh down the men and women of "There There," his quietly devastating debut.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 20, 2018

Cinepocalypse 2018 Preview
"Black Panther" leads at the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards. And the Monterey Pop Festival streams 51 years after it happened.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 20, 2018

Netflix's Luke Cage is Stronger, Faster in its Second Season
"Black Panther" leads at the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards. And the Monterey Pop Festival streams 51 years after it happened.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 20, 2018

Love and Survival: David and Nathan Zellner on Damsel
"Black Panther" leads at the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards. And the Monterey Pop Festival streams 51 years after it happened.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 19, 2018

BAMcinemaFest 2018 Preview
For nearly 40 years, Mr. Reese shaped tastes, cultivated collectors and advised museums and libraries from his by-appointment-only store in New Haven.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 19, 2018

Taylor Sheridan's Ambitious Yellowstone is Expansive, Unruly
For nearly 40 years, Mr. Reese shaped tastes, cultivated collectors and advised museums and libraries from his by-appointment-only store in New Haven.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 19, 2018

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
Ian Pai said he was in on the ground floor of Blue Man Group, but that his royalties were not commensurate with his contributions.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2018

Video: Share Your Empathy on Roger's Birthday
The Abstract Expressionist painter Joan Mitchell is the star of the bellwether fair's investment-conscious market.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2018

What would Roger have done?
Stephen Colbert told his audience: "Children have reportedly been ripped from their families at the U.S. border. Now, if it sounds evil, then good news: Your ears are working."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2018

Video: Roger Ebert on 11th Hour
Having returned from the brink of financial disaster, the Hallé Orchestra in northern England is a chief custodian of its country's repertory.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 15, 2018

Mr. SOUL! to Screen at AFI DOCS on June 16th
The electronic music producer unites sounds from across Portuguese-speaking Africa into a unique style of dance music.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 15, 2018

House of Pain: Alex Wolff on Hereditary
In this documentary, the singer-songwriter John McCauley and his bandmates enact the bad-boy antics of rock over a decade in Deer Tick.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 15, 2018

Set It Up
Michael Ondaatje, whose most recent novel is "Warlight," loves characters "on the periphery": "Convicts, abandoned lovers, the dog that pulled someone out of quicksand."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 15, 2018

The Year of Spectacular Men
Michael Ondaatje, whose most recent novel is "Warlight," loves characters "on the periphery": "Convicts, abandoned lovers, the dog that pulled someone out of quicksand."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 15, 2018

The Yellow Birds
Michael Ondaatje, whose most recent novel is "Warlight," loves characters "on the periphery": "Convicts, abandoned lovers, the dog that pulled someone out of quicksand."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 15, 2018

Eating Animals
Michael Ondaatje, whose most recent novel is "Warlight," loves characters "on the periphery": "Convicts, abandoned lovers, the dog that pulled someone out of quicksand."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Jun 15, 2018

Gotti
Michael Ondaatje, whose most recent novel is "Warlight," loves characters "on the periphery": "Convicts, abandoned lovers, the dog that pulled someone out of quicksand."

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