Atlantics

It’s unlike few other movies you’ll see this year or possibly this decade. | Continue reading


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Charlie's Angels

Charlie’s Angels is the reboot you never knew you needed in your life. | Continue reading


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The Good Liar

Offers up a few reasonable diversions along the way, the main one being the inspired pairing of the two leads. | Continue reading


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The Report

It’s an unimpeachable cast doing solid work with weighty material. If only the film as a whole weren’t so deadly dull. | Continue reading


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I Lost My Body

A visually sumptuous slice of macabre storytelling that works best when it uses its director’s magical sense of composition and less when it feels weighed down by narrative. | Continue reading


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Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project

Recorder works on multiple levels. | Continue reading


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The Warrior Queen of Jhansi

Any elements of this drama that requires greater thought or emotional investment is too flimsy unless you’re already invested in them. | Continue reading


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Earthquake Bird

This isn’t drama or thriller—it doesn’t have enough stakes for either. | Continue reading


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Feast of the Seven Fishes

As far as Christmas romance movies go, Feast of the Seven Fishes is quite watchable, funny in several spots and sweetly poignant in others. Not everything works, but what does works well enough to recommend it. | Continue reading


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Ford v Ferrari

Ford v Ferrari delivers real cinema meat and potatoes. | Continue reading


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Home Entertainment Guide: November 14, 2019

The latest on Blu-ray and streaming includes Good Boys, Hobbs & Shaw, and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. | Continue reading


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A Language Possessed and Reconquered: Mati Diop on Atlantics

An interview with director Mati Diop about her beguiling directorial debut, Atlantics. | Continue reading


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Mickey and the Bear

An elegantly wrought drama about a father and daughter. | Continue reading


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Chicago Journalists Association Upholds Journalistic Excellence at its 80th Anniversary Awards Dinner on November 15th

An article on the Chicago Journalists Association's 80th Anniversary Awards Dinner to be held Friday, November 15th, where Cheryl Burton will get the Lifetime Achievement Award and other awards for journalistic excellence will be given. | Continue reading


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Studying Shia and Bringing Otis to Life: Alma Har'el on Honey Boy

An interview with director Alma Har'el about her narrative directorial debut, Honey Boy. | Continue reading


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Hulu Comedy Dollface Not as Clever as It Thinks

A review of the Hulu series Dollface, which premieres November 15. | Continue reading


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Disney Plus Launches with Star Wars Spin-off The Mandalorian

A review of the new Star Wars spin-off, The Mandalorian. | Continue reading


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Short Films in Focus: Sometimes, I Think About Dying

An interview with the director of Sometimes, I Think About Dying and a presentation of the short film. | Continue reading


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Noelle

Noelle has more going for it than just being one of the easiest ways for Disney+ to make a good first impression. | Continue reading


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#367 November 12, 2019

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Two Sides of the Same Coin: Trey Edward Shults, Kelvin Harrison Jr. and Taylor Russell on Waves

An interview with writer/director Trey Edward Shults and actors Kelvin Harrison Jr. and Taylor Russell about their new film, "Waves." | Continue reading


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Not defending the Marvel Cinematic Universe

A Far Flung Correspondent weighs in on the MCU controversy. | Continue reading


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Lady and the Tramp

As far as feel-good fantasies go, it isn’t so bad. | Continue reading


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Disney Plus Launches with Original Shows in the Shadow of Its Massive Library

A preview of the original shows on Disney Plus. | Continue reading


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Thumbnails 11/8/19

In praise of "The Garden Left Behind"; Epic Tarantino panel; Power of "Modern Love"; Why films about the past should embrace horror; Greatness of "The Irishman." | Continue reading


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Quake at the Wonder of Godzilla with Phenomenal Criterion Box Set

A feature review of the new box set from Criterion of the Showa Era Godzilla films. | Continue reading


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Midway

Far too often, it feels like you’re watching a video game or an F/X highlight reel. | Continue reading


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Honey Boy

The film itself is part of a healing process, you can feel LaBeouf working out something, squinting into his past, trying to understand and heal. | Continue reading


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Playing with Fire

Cena has enjoyably toyed with his beefy image in a variety of comedies, including Trainwreck and Blockers, but he has nothing to work with here. | Continue reading


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Last Christmas

There will be fans of this intensely rich Christmas pudding—always a better idea in theory than practice—but you might find you’ve had more than enough after only a couple of bites. | Continue reading


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The Kingmaker

Greenfield has put together her best film yet, a haunting reminder that those who have extreme power rarely if ever consider the consequences of their actions – in fact, they often think the word consequences shouldn’t apply to them. | Continue reading


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Klaus

A light but appealing Santa Claus origin story, in the spirit of traditional, hand-drawn animation. | Continue reading


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Crown Vic

Has very little to offer the discriminating moviegoer. | Continue reading


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Cold Brook

The actions the characters take, portrayed in the film as some level of retributive justice, are a long way from satisfying, and that makes the film ultimately unsatisfying as well. | Continue reading


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Doctor Sleep

While one can sometimes feel Flanagan struggling to satisfy both King and Kubrick fans when he really should be trusting his own vision, he’s talented enough to pull off this difficult blend of legacies. | Continue reading


@rogerebert.com | 9 days ago

Call of Duty Grapples with Real-World Violence

A review of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. | Continue reading


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So Many Heroes: Ed Skrein and Luke Kleintank on Portraying the Greatest Generation in the WWII Epic Midway

An interview with actors Ed Skrein and Luke Kleintank about their roles in the Roland Emmerich WWII epic, Midway. | Continue reading


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The Best Films of the 2010s: Where to Watch Them

Our favorite films from the past decade are available to stream on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, Kanopy, and more. | Continue reading


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The Best Films of the 2010s: The Tree of Life

Matt Zoller Seitz on the RogerEbert.com pick for the best film of the 2010s, Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life. | Continue reading


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The Best Films of the 2010s: Moonlight

Brian Tallerico on the staff choice for the second best film of the 2010s, Barry Jenkins' "Moonlight." | Continue reading


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The Best Films of the 2010s: Inside Llewyn Davis

Tomris Laffly on the staff pick for the 3rd best film of the 2010s, Joel & Ethan Coen's Inside Llewyn Davis. | Continue reading


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The Best Films of the 2010s: Mad Max: Fury Road

Christy Lemire on the staff choice for the 4th best film of the 2010s, George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road. | Continue reading


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The Best Films of the 2010s: Phantom Thread

Peter Sobczynski on our pick for the 5th best film of the 2010s, Paul Thomas Anderson's Phantom Thread. | Continue reading


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The Best Films of the 2010s: The Wolf of Wall Street

Sheila O'Malley on the staff choice for the 6th best film of the decade, Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street. | Continue reading


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The Best Films of the 2010s: Under the Skin

Simon Abrams on our staff choice for the 7th best film of the 2010s, Jonathan Glazer's Under the Skin. | Continue reading


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The Best Films of the 2010s: Roma

Monica Castillo on our pick for the 8th best film of the 2010s, Alfonso Cuaron's Roma. | Continue reading


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The Best Films of the 2010s: Get Out

Odie Henderson on the staff choice for the 8th best film of the decade, Jordan Peele's Get Out. | Continue reading


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The Best Films of the 2010s: The Master

Glenn Kenny on the staff pick for the 10th best film of the 2010s, Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master. | Continue reading


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