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The Magnificent Seven

Rarely have so many charismatic actors been used in a film that feels quite as soulless as Antoine Fuqua’s update of The Magnificent Seven.

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The Age of Shadows

At 140 minutes, Kim sometimes loses the rhythm of his spy thriller, but he's such a confident filmmaker—and his leading man such a magnetic presence—that…

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Ballad of Narayama

"The Ballad of Narayama" is a Japanese film of great beauty and elegant artifice, telling a story of startling cruelty. What a space it opens…

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#248 March 18, 2015

Sheila writes: 2015 Ebertfest approaches! Held from April 15-19, 2015 at the Virginia Theatre in Champaign, Illinois, there are still some passes left to those hoping to attend! Exciting news on the film front: Jean-Luc Godard's "Goodbye to Language 3D" will be the opening film of Ebertfest! Chazz Palminteri will also be in attendance to present "A Bronx Tale," which Ebert gave 4 stars in his initial review. You can read more about it here, and stay tuned for more updates!

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The best documentaries of 2010

Documentaries became a box office factor with the rise of such films as "Hoop Dreams" and "Roger & Me." Before then, there were hit music documentaries like "Woodstock" but most other nonfiction films could expect short runs in few theaters before dutiful audiences. What a small but growing minority of Friday night moviegoers is beginning to discover is that there's a good chance the movie they might enjoy most at the multiplex is a doc.

In alphabetical order, these were the best documentaries I saw in 2010:

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