Fantasia 2019: Blood on Her Name, 1BR

Reviews of two noteworthy directorial debuts that recently had their world premiere at Fantasia. | Continue reading


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Comic-Con 201: Cobra Kai

A piece on the event celebrating the return of Cobra Kai | Continue reading


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Veronica Mars Returns to Hulu in Rare Successful TV Reboot

A review of the reboot of Veronica Mars, now on Hulu. | Continue reading


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Comic-Con 2019: An Interview with the Creator of Thanos

An interview with Jim Starlin at SDCC, the man who gave us Thanos. | Continue reading


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Comic-Con 2019: Batman Inducted Into Hall of Fame

A report on an event and pop-up museum from SDCC. | Continue reading


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The Lion King

Essentially the original "The Lion King" used as a soundtrack to a nature documentary, but with fascinating, even stirring moments. | Continue reading


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Viewing Midsommar, Us, and Lords of Chaos Through the Persona Filter

From a 2019 perspective, the Persona Filter can be used to better understand one’s sense of self, and to better understand the complexities of “extremely online” behavior. | Continue reading


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Luz

Singer brings Luz in for an effective ending, but it still feels like a movie that just barely works as a feature film, and almost would have been better as a 45-minute, extended short. | Continue reading


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A Faithful Man

Garrel shows genuine springy inventiveness as a director, particularly with respect to Eve’s sometimes self-correcting flashbacks. | Continue reading


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Into the Ashes

Into the Ashes never comes to life. | Continue reading


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Cooked: Survival by Zip Code

Asking how we can stop people from dying this weekend when the temperature crests into dangerous levels is important but asking why people die when it gets this hot is far more complex. | Continue reading


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CoinCoin and the Extra-Humans

Dumont’s comedies are a gift we were never promised and now they’re something we should never have to live without. | Continue reading


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At War

An exhausting film to watch in the best sense, venting our anger at the dehumanizing forces in society until we are left drained, contemplating our impending challenges with newfound clarity. | Continue reading


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She's Just a Shadow

Please take me away from this horrible movie. | Continue reading


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Bottom of the 9th

Manganiello uses his physicality well, his posture and gait shifting as he develops more confidence and allows himself to feel his natural athleticism. | Continue reading


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David Crosby: Remember My Name

It serves up the myth and a necessary corrective to it simultaneously. | Continue reading


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Fantasia 2019: Bruce McDonald's Dreamland, Look What's Happened to Rosemary's Baby

Reviews from the Fantasia Film Festival of the beguiling hitman story Bruce McDonald's Dreamland, and a special presentation of a rare horror sequel. | Continue reading


@rogerebert.com | 3 days ago

Old Friends Who’ve Just Met: Dave Goelz on The Muppet Movie, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance and Much More

An interview with Dave Goelz, a.k.a. Gonzo in "The Muppet Movie," which returns to theaters on July 25th and July 30th, courtesy of Fathom Events. | Continue reading


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NALIP Honors AAFCA with its 2019 We Are Inclusion Award

An article about the African American Film Critics Association receiving the We Are Inclusion Award from the National Association of Latino Independent Producers. | Continue reading


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Japan Cuts 2019 Preview

A preview of this weekend's Japan Cuts festival in New York City. | Continue reading


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Bright Wall/Dark Room July 2019: Only I Know the Secrets: Breaking Down Under the Silver Lake by Ethan Warren

This month's Bright Wall/Dark Room excerpt on Under the Silver Lake. | Continue reading


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Fly Me to the Moon: 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 and Man's Walk on the Moon

The writers at RogerEbert.com share their favorite moon-related songs, movies and events to celebrate the 50th anniversary of man's walk on the moon. | Continue reading


@rogerebert.com | 5 days ago

From Blue Velvet to Top Gun: J. Hoberman on Movie Culture in the Reagan Era

An interview with the legendary critic J. Hoberman on the release of his book Make My Day. | Continue reading


@rogerebert.com | 6 days ago

Fantasia 2019: Vivarium, Critters Attack!

Reviews from Fantasia of two films, including the sci-fi suburban horror story Vivarium and the latest Critters movie. | Continue reading


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Fantasia 2019: Phantom of Winnipeg

A review from Fantasia of a new documentary that celebrates Phantom of the Paradise and its fanbase. | Continue reading


@rogerebert.com | 7 days ago

Fantasia 2019: Sadako, The Deeper You Dig

A dispatch from Fantasia Festival, including the latest in Hideo Nakata's Ringu franchise and a supernatural indie that's a family affair. | Continue reading


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Armstrong

A thorough and thoroughly conventional, look at the first astronaut to set foot on the moon. | Continue reading


@rogerebert.com | 8 days ago

Video: Roger Ebert Day Declared in Chicago on July 12th, 2005

A video featuring Chicago City Council declaring Friday, July 12th, 2005, as Roger Ebert Day in Chicago. | Continue reading


@rogerebert.com | 8 days ago

Sword of Trust

A likable throwback to the kind of rambling, character-driven 1990s indie comedies that the U.S. film industry barely releases to theaters anymore. | Continue reading


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Crawl

Crawl offers up an adequately engaging disaster package with storm and gator effects of gripping believability. | Continue reading


@rogerebert.com | 9 days ago

Midsommar and the Legacy of Break-Up Horror Movies

Horror has long been a vehicle for expressing the ways in which relationships of different generations crumble. | Continue reading


@rogerebert.com | 9 days ago

The Art of Self-Defense

A dark comedy that’s equal parts amusing and disturbing. | Continue reading


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Darlin'

The film, while well-made on a technical level, feels more like a collection of moments than a full and satisfying narrative. | Continue reading


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Trespassers

There’s never a moment in Trespassers when Joe and Sarah and their circumstantial peril are more compelling than their AirBnB’s Crate & Barrel-worthy decors. | Continue reading


@rogerebert.com | 9 days ago

Firecrackers

The spirited performances from her committed leads come to the filmmaker’s aid. | Continue reading


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Point Blank

The first half of Point Blank moves and hums. And then it stops moving. | Continue reading


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Lying and Stealing

Theo James gives an understated performance, and it’s the kind of performance more difficult than it looks. | Continue reading


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Summer Night

The generic title suggests the apathy that ultimately overtakes the storyline. | Continue reading


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The Mendocino Film Festival 2019: A Conversation with Claudia Puig

A look at the Mendocino Film Festival and conversation with Program Director Claudia Puig. | Continue reading


@rogerebert.com | 10 days ago

Selling Between the Beats: Kumail Nanjiani, Dave Bautista on Stuber

An interview with Dave Bautista and Kumail Nanjiani, stars of Stuber. | Continue reading


@rogerebert.com | 10 days ago

Stuber

The only thing worse than hot garbage is elaborately lukewarm mediocrity, and for too much of its running time, the new comedy Stuber is just that. | Continue reading


@rogerebert.com | 10 days ago

Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: July 11, 2019

The latest on Blu-ray and DVD, including Silent Hill and Europa, Europa. | Continue reading


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Fantasia International Film Festival Preview 2019

A preview of this year's Fantasia International Film Festival, including our most anticipated movies. | Continue reading


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Ray & Liz

Bellingham's decision not to attempt insight or empathy is the most telling display of the consequences of his story. | Continue reading


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Book Review: Innovative Binge Watching Books Merge Television, Travel Guides

A review of two new clever guides that merge travel and television. | Continue reading


@rogerebert.com | 11 days ago

#358 July 9, 2019

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The Farewell

The Farewell announces at the beginning that it’s based on an actual lie, but the meaningful truths it reveals couldn’t be more poignant or powerful. | Continue reading


@rogerebert.com | 13 days ago

Lulu Wang on The Farewell, How Horror Movies Influenced Her True-Life Dramedy and More

An interview with writer/director Lulu Wang about The Farewell. | Continue reading


@rogerebert.com | 13 days ago