"The Congress" is a roll call of the orgiastic pleasures and bountiful comforts that art provides, and, a reminder of what waits for us when…
This inept comedy about a stoner lapsing into apocalyptic reveries on the day of his wedding is a couple of notches above a home movie.
It's less interested in a giant monster's destructive progress than in what it might feel like to be a tiny human watching it close up, or far away, or on TV.
A tribute to Swiss surrealist H.R. Giger, designer of the titular creature of the "Alien" series.
Atom Egoyan's retelling of the true-life story of the West Memphis child murders feels like a respectful, intelligent afterthought.
Why aren't superhero movies more special?
Scout Tafoya's latest edition of "The Unloved" makes the case for William Friedkin's "Sorcerer," a 1977 box office bomb that is already coming in for critical re-evaluation.
Some useful advice to young critics.
RogerEbert.com editor-in-chief Matt Zoller Seitz announces his next director book, about Oliver Stone.
"Transcendence" is a serious science fiction movie filled with big ideas and powerful images, but it never quite coheres, and the end is a copout.
Jayson Blair is the living embodiment of the great conundrum sentence: "Everything I say is a lie."