A frustratingly not-terrible action thriller.
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A look at Martin Scorsese's Catholicism, reflected through his films.
An AFI Fest review of Taylor Hackford's "The Comedian," starring Robert De Niro and Leslie Mann.
A review from the Venice Film Festival of Paolo Sorrentino's new series.
Jeff Nichols brings "Loving" to Cannes; Cherchez la femme; Best of Cannes so far; STX pays $50 million for unmade Scorsese movie; "Mean Dreams" thrills at Cannes.
The latest Unloved looks back at John Irvin's 1997 crime drama "City of Industry."
A brief consideration of "Taxi Driver," still Scorsese's masterpiece.
An excerpt from Jason Bailey's book "Richard Pryor: American Id."
A preview of the 51st Chicago International Film Festival.
A review of Fox Searchlight's "Brooklyn" and "Youth."
An overview of the films that will be theatrically released in the 2015 fall season.
The movie questionnaire and 2015 reviews of RogerEbert.com film critic Peter Sobczynski.
Our latest video from Cannes includes coverage of some of this year's biggest films, along with press conference footage from Macbeth and footage from the empathy panel led by Chaz Ebert.
A report from Cannes 2015 on the latest films from Paolo Sorrentino, Shin Su-won and Hou Hsio-hsien.
A curtain raiser for the 2015 iteration of the Cannes Film Festival.
A review of "In the Company of Legends" by Joan Kramer and David Heeley.
Highlights of our 2014 interviews, including Woody Allen, Wes Anderson, Kevin Spacey, Terry Gilliam, Eddie Redmayne, Jessica Chastain, Hilary Swank and many more.
An appreciation of Nastassja Kinski, on the occasion of a tribute to her at the Film Society at Lincoln Center from November 27-December 3, 2014.
Obituary for Marian Seldes.
Recent titles released on Blu-ray.
Indie filmmaker Robert Rodriguez talks about his new series and his television network El Rey.
Wes Anderson talks about the sources behind "The Grand Budapest Hotel", dining with his cast every night on location, and the comic gifts of Ralph Fiennes.
Scorsese, De Niro reuniting on a new gangster film; Zadie Smith on life, death, Warhol; Spike Lee speaks; our ancestors didn't sleep like us; Van Sant to headline a LGBT film fest in St. Petersburg.
Is the director's explicit "The Canyons" the nadir of his career—or its climax?
Ben Kenigsberg reviews the new sci-fi reverie from the director of "Waltz with Bashir."
Marie writes: The unseen forces have spoken! The universe has filled a void obviously needing to be filled: there is now a font made entirely of cats. Called Neko Font (Japanese for "cat font") it's a web app that transforms text into a font comprised of cat pictures. All you need to do is write something in the text box, press "enter" on your keyboard and Neko Font instantly transforms the letters into kitties! Thanks go to intrepid club member Sandy Kahn for alerting the Ebert Club to this important advancement in typography. To learn more, read the article "There is now a font made entirely of cats" and to test it out yourself, go here: Neko Font. Meanwhile, behold what mankind can achieve when it has nothing better to do....