The Boss Baby
If this doesn’t sound exactly like a bundle of laugh-out-loud joy, that’s because it really isn’t.
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The winners of the 89th Academy Awards.
A review of two disappointing competition titles from talented filmmakers.
An article about the 2016 Alliance of Women Film Journalists' EDA Award Winners.
An interview with Will Speck and Josh Gordon, co-directors of "Office Christmas Party."
The competition titles for Sundance 2017 have been announced.
An extensive preview of 50 films coming out within the next four months, from "Sully" to "Toni Erdmann."
An appreciation of Brad Bird's "The Iron Giant" in light of the film's first Blu-ray release.
An interview with "I Smile Back" actress Sarah Silverman.
An interview with the legendary Peter Bogdanovich.
Scout Tafoya's series continues with a double feature of films by Peyton Reed.
The movie questionnaire and 2015 reviews of RogerEbert.com film critic Susan Wloszczyna.
A list of the two-and-a-half-star reviews so far posted on RogerEbert.com this year.
A personal recap of the 2015 Critics Choice Movie Awards.
Predictions for the eight major categories in the 87th Annual Academy Awards.
An awards season skeptic on the Golden Globes.
Selma responds to "Selma"; Clooney and red carpet culture; The best art that offends us; Hip-hop isn't a race relations cure-all; Enduring delights of "Duck Soup."
A piece on the first wave of critics groups awards and some predictions for SAG and the Golden Globe nominees.
An appreciation of Brad Bird's "The Iron Giant" on its 15th anniversary.
An FFC shares memories of the Los Angeles Theater scene.
YouTube vs. indie labels; 10 greatest movies never made; Coppola on cinema's future; Here's your flair; Chatting with Carl Sagan's widow.
Tragedy strikes at SXSW; Nebulous platitudes and James Franco; TV actors don't need movies; Connecting The Sopranos and Irreversible; Eviscerating Nymphomaniac: Vol I.
As a companion piece to our reassessment of "At Long Last Love," Peter Bogdanovich recalls the film's orgins, its forgotten pleasures, and the studio-mandated tinkering that turned it into a box office bomb. He also recalls turning down an offer of help from Gene Kelly, casting Burt Reynolds, and a remarkable encounter with Roger Ebert.
Marie writes: Every once in while, I'll see something on the internet that makes me happy I wasn't there in person. Behold the foolish and the brave: standing on one of the islands that appear during the dry season, kayacker's Steve Fisher, Dale Jardine and Sam Drevo, were able to peer over the edge after paddling up to the lip of Victoria Falls; the largest waterfall in the world and which flows between Zambia and Zimbabwe, in Africa. It's 350 feet down and behind them, crocodiles and hippos can reportedly be found in the calmer waters near where they were stood - but then, no guts, no glory, eh? To read more and see additional photos, visit "Daredevil Kayakers paddle up to the precipice of the Victoria Falls" at the DailyMail.
By Tom Shales
Jimmy Kimmel still comes across like a guy who crashed a party and got caught at it, yet adamantly refuses to leave. He has no real business being there -- hosting a late-night network talk show, that is -- and may even know in his dark little heart that he's out of his depth, but he's gotten away with it for ten years, so why pull out now? Since he's probably making $25 million a year or so, and ABC has agreed to underwrite the subterfuge, it's hard to imagine Kimmel voluntarily getting the hell out of Dodge.