The Age of Adaline
Though it's hampered by rather bloodless lead performances, this story of an ageless woman and her two great loves finds its tone in its second…
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A gallery of photos, videos and links illustrating Chaz's journey relating to Roger's legacy in the two years since his death.
A preview of Ebertfest 2015.
The RogerEbert.com staff pick for Best Actor of 2014.
A holiday gift guide compiling RogerEbert.com's book excerpts from 2014.
Stuart Acher caught Roger Ebert's attention at Sundance 15 years ago. We caught up with him.
A tribute to Leonard Maltin by RogerEbert.com's writers, on the occasion of his reference book Leonard Maltin's Movie Guide ceasing publication after 45 years.
Why jazz sucks; The effects of dwindling film stock; What "Planet of the Apes" says about the state of the world; Harry Shearer as Richard Nixon; The drawbacks of "liking" on Facebook.
An excerpt from "Robert De Niro: Anatomy of an Actor" by Glenn Kenny.
Advice for Journalists and writers of color; the virtues and pitfalls of tossing brickbats online; 'Eyes Wide Shut' at 15; 'Pickpocket' on Blu-ray.
Apologizing for the Manic Pixie Dream Girl; what to do about clickbait web sites that pretend to peddle "satire"; why it's important to give credit; "24: Live Another Day" ends its run.
The director and subject of "Barbaric Genius," now available on iTunes.
An introduction to and examination of Kevin B. Lee's "Transformers: The Premake."
Why critics keep getting laid off; about That Episode of "Louie"; Robert DeNiro, anatomy of an actor; classic cars on film, posterized.
Sheila writes: Sports fans and ice dance enthusiasts are all focused on Sochi right now for the Winter Olympics. The Olympics always comes with some strain of controversy, and Sochi has been more intense than most. I came across a post about Sochi's well-known history as the "Florida of Russia", where Stalin himself would summer. His vacation home still stands. Messy Nessy Chic has a post with a lot of great images of that vacation home as well as vintage photographs of the holiday resort in its heyday: Postcards from Sochi: Summering with Stalin.
A career view on Bill Murray; Personally connecting to Her; An editor from The New Yorker waxes poetic on aging, intimacy and death; Long takes on television; and a Hollywood desert land.
Glenn Kenny champions Lupita Nyong'o for Best Supporting Actress of 2013.
Writer Glenn Kenny responds to our Movie Love Questionnaire.
Post-Beatles Beatles movies; heroin and creativity; Terry Gilliam's life in 8 movies; Hannibal's food stylist.
Remembrances of Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Cohen Media Group has made a name for itself as a boutique DVD and Blu-ray label, bringing overlooked and under-appreciated works of cinema to new audiences.
Sheila writes: Pardis Parker's “The Dance” is a 10-minute short film that just won the Best Comedy from the National Screen Institute of Canada. Parker is the lead actor as well as the director and writer here, and the entire thing is done silent movie style. I love the detail he has written on his own calendar: "She loves matching outfits", which then explains his get-ups. It is a touching and funny short film, and I am so happy to pass it on!
An exhaustive list of Top 10s by RogerEbert.com contributors.
Writer Simon Abrams responds to our Movie Love Questionnaire.
Brian Doan wonders if Mark Cousins' "The Story of Film," showing over 15 weeks on TCM this fall, deserves all the praise it has received.
One detail of a film—say, the anklet worn by Barbara Stanwyck in "Double Indemnity"—can tell us more than you might think.