A Walk in the Woods
These guys still know how to not just hold our attention but grab it, even if their current film needs them more than they need…
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Highlights of the 2015 Fantasia Fest.
Our racial moment of truth; Legacy of "The Shining"; Hollywood reaches a feminist tipping point; Christopher McQuarrie on "Mission: Impossible 5"; Ezra Miller and Michael Angarano.
Famous composers of superhero movies did a panel at the San Diego Comic-Con Festival 2015 and our writer reports.
Forum on "White Men Can't Jump"; Orson Welles' "War of the Worlds"; Eight essential Charlize Theron performances; Why "Undisputed" is a masterpiece; Disney's recycled animation.
Feminine mystique of "Mad Max: Fury Road"; "Game of Thrones" controversy; Misunderstood "Starship Troopers"; Letterman changed TV forever; Jon Hamm on "Mad Men" finale.
An interview with the legendary star of the new I'll See You in My Dreams.
A video interview with George Miller, director of "Mad Max: Fury Road."
An overview of the Mad Max movies as we head toward Fury Road.
A preview of dozens of films being released this Summer.
An essay on the opening of "Life Itself" in Mexico City.
Memories of over a decade going to the Sundance Film Festival and tips for newcomers.
Shatterglass Studios presents its exclusive video compiling footage from Ebertfest 2014.
Sam Fragoso reports on the Eberfest screening of Jason Reitman's "Young Adult" with Patton Oswalt.
A complete guide to the 16th Annual Roger Ebert's Film Festival.
A collection of quotes from filmmakers and critics honoring Roger's memory.
Here is the full schedule for Ebertfest 2014.
Spike Lee will present a screening of "Do the Right Thing" at Ebertfest 2014 to commemorate the film's 25th anniversary.
An interview with J.P. Donleavy; The art of watching and writing about documentaries; More details about Ebertfest released; Kurtwood Smith on his acting career; A defense of 300: Rise of an Empire.
Ebertfest sneaks the names of a few guests in anticipation of announcing the full lineup.
The studios use screeners to help Academy voters and critics groups catch up on films they might have missed. So why are studios withholding certain films and pushing others?
Missing Roger's Oscars prognostications and his top ten lists. And making a list of my own.
Susan Wloszczyna wonders if women at the helm might be just the thing to revitalize the foundering, repetitive comic-book movie genre.
Listen -- a billion people are throwing up. That's a rough estimate of course, but every year somebody at the Oscars says a billion people on the planet are watching the program; however many watched this year's Oscar show, they may well have felt sickened by it. It was a stomach-churning, jaw-dropping debacle, incompetently hosted and witlessly produced.
Robert Zemeckis' new film "Flight" (2012) returns us to the terrain of live action after his three consecutive animated films (two of which were happy movies about Christmas). Here, he makes it clear from the very first scene that this is a far edgier Zemeckis. It is far more graphic and far more emotional than anything we have previously seen from him. The result is on the outside a big budget public service announcement, while on the inside, a film far more complicated than it seems.