Abacus: Small Enough to Jail
A remarkable tale of immigrant success, wrapped around a crime story.
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An interview with the director "Baby Boom" and reappreciation of the film on its 30th anniversary.
An interview with writer/director Janicza Bravo about her SXSW comedy, "Lemon."
A review of Paolo Sorrentino's "The Young Pope," starring Jude Law, Diane Keaton and James Cromwell.
A critic spends an entire year watching Woody Allen films and reports on the experience.
A report on the Museum of the Moving Image's Salute to Warren Beatty.
A report from Venice on the festival's Venice Classics program, including restored films by Robert Bresson, John Ford, Andrei Tarkovsky, George Romero and Woody Allen.
A review from the Venice Film Festival of Paolo Sorrentino's new series.
A preview of dozens of films coming out this summer.
An updated look at the history of women in film from Carrie Rickey.
An appreciation of the late novelist and filmmaker Nora Ephron.
The shaming of Robert De Niro; Disappointment invades "The 5th Wave"; Christopher Jason Bell on "The Winds That Scatter"; Why the #OscarsSoWhite fuss matters; Boxing's greatest muse.
An overview of the films that will be theatrically released in the 2015 fall season.
Love Pixar and Disney? You're not going to believe what they have in store for you.
The movie questionnaire and 2015 reviews of RogerEbert.com film critic Sheila O'Malley.
An FFC on recent comments by Michael Eisner.
An interview with the legendary star of the new I'll See You in My Dreams.
An analysis of Lawrence Michael Levine's "Wild Canaries" and its ties to classic rom-com capers.
The talent of Edward Herrman, appreciate by studying one moment from his small role in "Reds."
An interview with Kevin Kline, star of "My Old Lady."
A TIFF report on the new Jason Reitman film, "Ruth & Alex" and "Boychoir."
An interview with Rob Reiner, director of "And So It Goes," starring Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton.
Jimmy Fallon begins his tenure on the Tonight Show; Five modern films that should be turned into literature; An extended take on the extended version of The Counselor; "Dream Projects" turned disasters; Reviews of seasons 2 of House of Cards.
For the last three weeks, two films with female protagonists ("The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" and "Frozen") have been at the top of the box office. Carrie Rickey does some numbers on the history of box office numbers and films with women as protagonists.
Critic Carrie Rickey traces the evolution of women on film and behind the camera over the course of her career writing about film.