Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation
Tom Cruise is the best.
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A few choices for Blu-ray collecting fathers out there from the Editors.
A guide to the latest releases on Blu-ray, DVD, and streaming, including Spring, Focus, Jupiter Ascending, and more!
Sheila writes: The Rogerebert.com team was heartbroken to learn of the untimely death of director Prashant Bhargava on May 15. Rogerebert.com contributor and Far-Flung Correspondent Omer M. Mozaffar wrote a beautiful tribute to Bhargava on Rogerebert.com, saying, "He was a true auteur. Some auteurs resist categories and forms, rebelling against them. Some auteurs, push envelopes of structure and content. For Prashant, all the tools, genres, and techniques were options in his pallet, fusing various cultures and styles into a unique piece. In other words, he was not bound by the limitations of the equipment or conventions of the media available to him."
A recap of the 2015 TCM Film Festival.
Roger Ebert's essay on film in the 1978 edition of the Britannica publication, "The Great Ideas Today."
A review of Sundance drama "The Stanford Prison Experiment".
An interview with Benedict Cumberbatch.
An appreciation of "1941" and interview with Bob Gale.
An excerpt from the October 2014 edition of "Bright Wall/Dark Room" on "The Hunger."
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.
An excerpt from the September 2014 issue of "Bright Wall/Dark Room" on "Notes on a Scandal."
Remembering James Garner; Jerusalem Film Festival; Ignatiy Vishnevetsky on "At the Movies"; Val Kilmer in "Tombstone"; DC Comics' Diversity Crisis.
An appreciation of Michael Mann's "The Insider" on its 15th anniversary that connects Michael Mann's film with the westerns of Howard Hawks.
Ramin Bahrani made his fourth Ebertfest appearance with a touching screening of his masterful "Goodbye Solo" and a Q&A moderated by David Bordwell.
Members of the Ebert Club remember Roger one year after his passing.
Recent titles released on Blu-ray.
Understanding consciousness; Inside Llewyn Davis and Mad Men; Canceling the Colbert Show; John Wayne biography; Amtrak's shoddy writer's program.
RogerEbert.com writers share their favorite memories of watching the Oscars.
Writer Christy Lemire responds to our Movie Love Questionnaire.
Food stamps cuts hit hard; "Gravity" as an experimental blockbuster; Netflix is wicked busy; a Maureen O'Hara biography; Lego's female scientist figure.
On writing for free (don't do it!); the aftermath of "12 Years a Slave"; erasing John Wayne; Halloween spell-ings; bad writer, bad person?
Writer Sheila O'Malley responds to our Movie Love Questionnaire.
In the new book "Crab Monsters, Teenage Cavemen, and Candy Stripe Nurses," Chris Nashawaty tells the story of the amazing life and career of Roger Corman through a collection of interviews, which Nashawaty has put together into a blow-by-blow collage account.