X-Men: Apocalypse is a confused, bloated, mess of a film.
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A review of Amazon's new series "The New Yorker Presents."
An article about Spike Lee's Honorary Oscar at the 2015 AMPAS Governors Awards.
An interview with Joshua Abrams, composer of "Life Itself."
An article about "The BlackWhite Love Play."
A report on the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's August 13th, 2015 Grants Gala.
A report on the new job titles of Justine Nagan and Claudia Puig.
The video from last year's Google Plus birthday celebration of Roger's life.
Chaz Ebert will participate in a panel on empathy at the Cannes Film Festival on May 17th.
Roger Ebert's 2003 book, "The Great Movies," is on sale as an e-book for $1.99 through May 24th.
Roger Ebert is why I'm here; "Listen up Philip" and "American Sniper"; David Simon on America; Remembering Richard Corliss; Robert Townsend on "Hollywood Shuffle."
Three films by Errol Morris and one by Steve James join the Criterion Blu-ray collection. They're all must-owns.
An interview with Chaz Ebert conducted by Shannon M. Houston of Paste Magazine.
An obituary for Imogene James, written by Steve James.
A guide to the 13 reviews chosen to celebrate Roger's work on the two-year anniversary of his passing.
A gallery of photos, videos and links illustrating Chaz's journey relating to Roger's legacy in the two years since his death.
An interview with Oscar-nominated documentary director Kirby Dick.
An encounter with the legendary documentarian Albert Maysles, who recently passed away.
A round-up of reviews for the Blu-ray/DVD release of "Life Itself."
An essay on the opening of "Life Itself" in Mexico City.
A dissection of the special features on the Blu-ray of "Life Itself".
"Life Itself" will be honored by the African American Film Critics Association.
A piece on six documentaries from Sundance 2015, including "Call Me Lucky," "Sembene!," "Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead," "The Amina Profile," "Finders Keepers," and "Cartel Land."
A report from the opening night of the 30th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
Chatting with Björk; Life and death in Senegal; Why "Life Itself" was snubbed; Disney rejects George Lucas; "American Sniper" is not war propaganda.
A note of thanks from Chaz Ebert to the wonderful people behind "Life Itself."