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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2020

Day4Empathy 2020: Roger's Reviews on What We're Watching During the Pandemic
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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2020

Contagion
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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2020

Outbreak
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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2020

The Blues Brothers
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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2020

War and Peace
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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2020

Joe Versus the Volcano
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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2020

Local Hero
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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2020

Dawn of the Dead
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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2020

Blazing Saddles
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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2020

Awakenings
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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 03, 2020

PBS' Ensemble War Drama World on Fire Will Envelop You in Another Time and Place
Suffering from game burnout? We've got suggestions for all types of game enthusiasts.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 03, 2020

Invisible Life
In "Cool Town," Grace Elizabeth Hale tells the story of R.E.M., the B-52's and the musical city of Athens.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 03, 2020

Escape to the Hellscape of Doom Eternal
A British mini-series has its stateside debut on Topic. And the Bruce Springsteen musical drama "Blinded by the Light" airs on HBO Signature.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 03, 2020

Slay The Dragon
Watching the coronavirus crisis take hold, Daniel Lind-Ramos, a powerful storyteller, filled notebooks with carnival, medical and spiritual imagery.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 03, 2020

Coffee & Kareem
Watching the coronavirus crisis take hold, Daniel Lind-Ramos, a powerful storyteller, filled notebooks with carnival, medical and spiritual imagery.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 03, 2020

Atlanta's Missing and Murdered: The Lost Children
Watching the coronavirus crisis take hold, Daniel Lind-Ramos, a powerful storyteller, filled notebooks with carnival, medical and spiritual imagery.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 03, 2020

Les Misérables
Watching the coronavirus crisis take hold, Daniel Lind-Ramos, a powerful storyteller, filled notebooks with carnival, medical and spiritual imagery.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 03, 2020

Into the Dark: Pooka Lives!
Watching the coronavirus crisis take hold, Daniel Lind-Ramos, a powerful storyteller, filled notebooks with carnival, medical and spiritual imagery.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 03, 2020

Elephant
Watching the coronavirus crisis take hold, Daniel Lind-Ramos, a powerful storyteller, filled notebooks with carnival, medical and spiritual imagery.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 03, 2020

Lazy Susan
Watching the coronavirus crisis take hold, Daniel Lind-Ramos, a powerful storyteller, filled notebooks with carnival, medical and spiritual imagery.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 03, 2020

Almost Love
Watching the coronavirus crisis take hold, Daniel Lind-Ramos, a powerful storyteller, filled notebooks with carnival, medical and spiritual imagery.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 03, 2020

Clover
Watching the coronavirus crisis take hold, Daniel Lind-Ramos, a powerful storyteller, filled notebooks with carnival, medical and spiritual imagery.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 02, 2020

The Other Lamb
Go on a deep dive with these articles that expand the story of Joe Exotic and Carole Baskin.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 02, 2020

It is All An Illusion: Malgorzata Szumowska on The Other Lamb
Go on a deep dive with these articles that expand the story of Joe Exotic and Carole Baskin.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 02, 2020

Home Entertainment Guide: April 2, 2020
Go on a deep dive with these articles that expand the story of Joe Exotic and Carole Baskin.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 02, 2020

Shudder Launches Clever Series About the Legacy of Cursed Films
Go on a deep dive with these articles that expand the story of Joe Exotic and Carole Baskin.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 02, 2020

Creating Hilde-Vision: Dana Fox and Jon M. Chu on Home Before-Dark
Go on a deep dive with these articles that expand the story of Joe Exotic and Carole Baskin.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 02, 2020

Creating Hilde-Vision: Dana Fox and Jon M. Chu on Home Before Dark
The closing of the Manhattan institution, born in the days of Gershwin, after an ill-fated effort to relocate illustrates the struggle for small nonprofits.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 01, 2020

How to Fix a Drug Scandal
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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 01, 2020

Talented Comedian Carries First Season of Iliza Shlesinger Sketch Show
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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Apr 01, 2020

The Unloved, Part 76: Juggernaut
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Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 31, 2020

Apple TV's Home Before Dark is an Excellent Family Mystery
His low-budget movies, notably the cult favorite "Re-Animator," combined grisly body horror with a mordant sense of humor.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 31, 2020

Amazon's Tales from the Loop Aims to Break Your Heart
Worley, who wrote Omaha the Cat Dancer, about a feline stripper, "injected a woman's point of view" that helped the comic stand out from others in the 1980s.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 31, 2020

Advocates for Democracy: Barak Goodman and Chris Durrance on the Gerrymandering Documentary Slay the Dragon
Worley, who wrote Omaha the Cat Dancer, about a feline stripper, "injected a woman's point of view" that helped the comic stand out from others in the 1980s.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 31, 2020

#377 March 31, 2020
Seeing some of our childhood favorites in a brand-new, contemporary light.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 30, 2020

Oliver Sacks: His Own Life, 25 Prospect Street Among Highlights at the 12th Annual ReelAbilities Film Festival
Tarsila do Amaral's drawings are among dozens of landscapes of Brazil you can view from home. Ditto with Guanyu Xu's photo installations.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 30, 2020

This Incredible, Unusual, Really Unique Sort of Hook: Writer/Director George Nolfi on The Banker
New seasons of two top-notch international series, on Netflix and HBO, offer comfort viewing that's outside the comfort zone.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 30, 2020

This Incredible, Unusual, Really Unique Sort of Hook; Writer/Director George Nolfi on The Banker
Tarsila do Amaral's drawings are among dozens of landscapes of Brazil you can view from home. Ditto with Guanyu Xu's photo installations.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 30, 2020

It Just Takes Common Sense: Dr. Marty Goldstein on The Dog Doc
Tarsila do Amaral's drawings are among dozens of landscapes of Brazil you can view from home. Ditto with Guanyu Xu's photo installations.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 29, 2020

Krzystof Penderecki: 1933-2020
Quarantined in Sicily, van Dyck painted a daughter of Palermo who saved the city from an outbreak. Our critic went to see her in an empty museum.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 29, 2020

Krzysztof Penderecki: 1933-2020
New seasons of two top-notch international series, on Netflix and HBO, offer comfort viewing that's outside the comfort zone.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 27, 2020

Netflix's Unorthodox Depicts a Melancholic Escape from Faith
A young Hasidic woman's flight from her marriage and community makes for a modern-day period piece with a striking star performance.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 27, 2020

Resistance
Judy Heumann, a galvanizing force for disability rights in the new Netflix documentary, explains how summer camp set her path.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 27, 2020

The Scheme
Judy Heumann, a galvanizing force for disability rights in the new Netflix documentary, explains how summer camp set her path.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 27, 2020

Vivarium
Judy Heumann, a galvanizing force for disability rights in the new Netflix documentary, explains how summer camp set her path.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 27, 2020

Banana Split
Judy Heumann, a galvanizing force for disability rights in the new Netflix documentary, explains how summer camp set her path.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 27, 2020

Uncorked
Judy Heumann, a galvanizing force for disability rights in the new Netflix documentary, explains how summer camp set her path.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 27, 2020

There's Something in the Water
Judy Heumann, a galvanizing force for disability rights in the new Netflix documentary, explains how summer camp set her path.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 27, 2020

Fascinated by Temporary Love: Writer/Actress Hannah Marks on Banana Split
Judy Heumann, a galvanizing force for disability rights in the new Netflix documentary, explains how summer camp set her path.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 27, 2020

Early Shorts by Great Filmmakers Pt 2: Jenkins, Wang, Waititi, Diop
Judy Heumann, a galvanizing force for disability rights in the new Netflix documentary, explains how summer camp set her path.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 26, 2020

All the Major Titles Dropping Early on VOD Because of COVID-19
Genie Chance felt the earth move under her feet, and then she got to work. Jon Mooallem tells her story in "This Is Chance!"

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 26, 2020

Tape
Susan Nordin Vinocour's "Nobody's Child" uses one case as a prism for examining the history and future of the insanity defense in American courtrooms.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 25, 2020

Stuart Gordon: 1947-2020
The PBS documentary "East Lake Meadows," from the executive producer Ken Burns, tells a complicated and melancholy story of race and public policy.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 25, 2020

Cloud Atlas in the Time of Coronavirus
We needed a different song to wash our hands by. So I reached out to a pro.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 25, 2020

Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution
We needed a different song to wash our hands by. So I reached out to a pro.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 24, 2020

One Day at a Time Moves to Pop
Going online is one answer, but it's not so simple.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 24, 2020

Where to Find Roger Ebert's Great Movies Streaming
Going online is one answer, but it's not so simple.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 23, 2020

Binge Options During the Quarantine
Her father robbed 11 banks in and around Detroit when she was a teenager to pay off debts. But his sprees were just the jumping off point for her unsparing memoir.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 23, 2020

Netflix's The Letter for the King Written with Medieval Cliches
Octavia Spencer stars as Sarah Walker, a daughter of former slaves who built a business empire a century ago by helping black women take care of their hair.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 20, 2020

True/False 2020 Dispatch 3: IWOW: I Walk on Water, Mayor, Some Kind of Heaven
A coming-of-age movie with Pete Davidson is on Hulu. And the comedian Mae Martin stars in a new series on Netflix.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 20, 2020

Tiger King
A coming-of-age movie with Pete Davidson is on Hulu. And the comedian Mae Martin stars in a new series on Netflix.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 20, 2020

The Platform
A coming-of-age movie with Pete Davidson is on Hulu. And the comedian Mae Martin stars in a new series on Netflix.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 20, 2020

Human Capital
A coming-of-age movie with Pete Davidson is on Hulu. And the comedian Mae Martin stars in a new series on Netflix.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 20, 2020

Blow the Man Down
A coming-of-age movie with Pete Davidson is on Hulu. And the comedian Mae Martin stars in a new series on Netflix.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 20, 2020

Phoenix, Oregon
A coming-of-age movie with Pete Davidson is on Hulu. And the comedian Mae Martin stars in a new series on Netflix.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 20, 2020

Dosed
A coming-of-age movie with Pete Davidson is on Hulu. And the comedian Mae Martin stars in a new series on Netflix.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 20, 2020

Onward
A coming-of-age movie with Pete Davidson is on Hulu. And the comedian Mae Martin stars in a new series on Netflix.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 19, 2020

True/False 2020 Dispatch 2: The Giverny Document (Single Channel), malni - towards the ocean, towards the shore
A federal judge tossed a $2.8 million verdict in favor of a Christian rap artist who claimed that the pop star's hit had stolen from one of his songs.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 19, 2020

Home Entertainment Guide: March 20, 2020
In 1970 she stepped in on short notice at the Metropolitan Opera. Nine years later, Bell's palsy sidelined her.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 19, 2020

The SXSW That Never Was: The Feature Films
In 1970 she stepped in on short notice at the Metropolitan Opera. Nine years later, Bell's palsy sidelined her.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 18, 2020

The SXSW That Never Was: The Documentaries
From the bubonic plague to the AIDS crisis, theater and public health have a long history of shaping each other, our critic writes.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 18, 2020

What to Watch During a Quarantine
From the bubonic plague to the AIDS crisis, theater and public health have a long history of shaping each other, our critic writes.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 17, 2020

Bright Wall/Dark Room March 2020: The Cross Inside Me by Thomas Zak
Some collectors find smaller fairs in Dallas and Brussels to be more distinctive and approachable.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 17, 2020

True/False 2020 Dispatch 1: The Viewing Booth, So Late So Soon, That Cloud Never Left
Some collectors find smaller fairs in Dallas and Brussels to be more distinctive and approachable.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 17, 2020

#376 March 17, 2020
Whether you're a stage door regular or an occasional theatergoer, these shows will make you feel as if you've got the best seats in the house.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 16, 2020

How We Choose Our Favorite Film, and Why Mine is Joe Versus the Volcano
Broadway, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Metropolitan Opera are among the institutions that have closed their doors and suspended their programs.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 16, 2020

Book Review: Are Snakes Necessary? by Brian De Palma and Susan Lehman
Broadway, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Metropolitan Opera are among the institutions that have closed their doors and suspended their programs.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 13, 2020

EBERTFEST FILM FESTIVAL 2020 CANCELLATION: WHY IT HURTS
Fearing the worst? Writers have been doing that for centuries. Here are the best pandemic novels from Edgar Allan Poe to Stephen King.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 13, 2020

Never, Rarely, Sometimes, Always
They are denial, anger, bargaining, depression and, finally, acceptance, or as Kimmel described it: "Hey, you know what? If I die, maybe I'll get to meet Prince."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 13, 2020

Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker
They are denial, anger, bargaining, depression and, finally, acceptance, or as Kimmel described it: "Hey, you know what? If I die, maybe I'll get to meet Prince."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 13, 2020

Stargirl
They are denial, anger, bargaining, depression and, finally, acceptance, or as Kimmel described it: "Hey, you know what? If I die, maybe I'll get to meet Prince."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 13, 2020

The Plot Against America
They are denial, anger, bargaining, depression and, finally, acceptance, or as Kimmel described it: "Hey, you know what? If I die, maybe I'll get to meet Prince."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 13, 2020

Bloodshot
They are denial, anger, bargaining, depression and, finally, acceptance, or as Kimmel described it: "Hey, you know what? If I die, maybe I'll get to meet Prince."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 13, 2020

The Roads Not Taken
They are denial, anger, bargaining, depression and, finally, acceptance, or as Kimmel described it: "Hey, you know what? If I die, maybe I'll get to meet Prince."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 13, 2020

Lost Transmissions
They are denial, anger, bargaining, depression and, finally, acceptance, or as Kimmel described it: "Hey, you know what? If I die, maybe I'll get to meet Prince."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 13, 2020

Human Nature
They are denial, anger, bargaining, depression and, finally, acceptance, or as Kimmel described it: "Hey, you know what? If I die, maybe I'll get to meet Prince."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 13, 2020

Big Time Adolescence
They are denial, anger, bargaining, depression and, finally, acceptance, or as Kimmel described it: "Hey, you know what? If I die, maybe I'll get to meet Prince."

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 13, 2020

She-Hulk Smashes Boundaries, Conformity, and Other Things Not Suitable for Empowered Femmes
After a nearly two-year hiatus, HBO's dystopian sci-fi western is now a corporate noir with the fate of the human race at stake.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 12, 2020

Falling Into the Film Industry
Two exhibitions at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum explore racism as well as social and political movements.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 12, 2020

A Most Beautiful Thing: Director's Statement
Two exhibitions at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum explore racism as well as social and political movements.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 12, 2020

Why I Wrote Stagecoach Mary and Mother Amadeus
Two exhibitions at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum explore racism as well as social and political movements.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 12, 2020

We All Came Here to Fall Down: The Ross Brothers on Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets
"Miley Virus," "Justin Fever," "the Flu Fighters," and "Pandemic! at the Disco" will play the postponed Coachella, Corden says, with "Rage to Get the Vaccine" headlining.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 12, 2020

Something Has Gone Wrong Now: David Simon on The Plot Against America
"Miley Virus," "Justin Fever," "the Flu Fighters," and "Pandemic! at the Disco" will play the postponed Coachella, Corden says, with "Rage to Get the Vaccine" headlining.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 12, 2020

PBS Marching Toward The Vote
"Miley Virus," "Justin Fever," "the Flu Fighters," and "Pandemic! at the Disco" will play the postponed Coachella, Corden says, with "Rage to Get the Vaccine" headlining.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 11, 2020

Women Writers Week 2020: Table of Contents
Noé Álvarez's debut memoir, "Spirit Run," chronicles the 6,000-mile marathon he undertook to connect with his Indigenous heritage — and his American present.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 11, 2020

On Mona May, the Queen of ‘90s Movie Fashion
Noé Álvarez's debut memoir, "Spirit Run," chronicles the 6,000-mile marathon he undertook to connect with his Indigenous heritage — and his American present.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 11, 2020

The Hunt
Noé Álvarez's debut memoir, "Spirit Run," chronicles the 6,000-mile marathon he undertook to connect with his Indigenous heritage — and his American present.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 11, 2020

Vitalina Varela, Wings of Desire, and Solitude
Noé Álvarez's debut memoir, "Spirit Run," chronicles the 6,000-mile marathon he undertook to connect with his Indigenous heritage — and his American present.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 11, 2020

An Ode to Supernatural
Noé Álvarez's debut memoir, "Spirit Run," chronicles the 6,000-mile marathon he undertook to connect with his Indigenous heritage — and his American present.

Roger Ebert Movie Reviews
Mar 10, 2020

Max von Sydow: 1929-2020
The American Museum of Natural History focuses on science, not politics, in its display of an environmentally challenged planet.

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