It leaves behind a lingering grace note about family matters that befits any era.
Noisy, silly, and sometimes rather fun. I just wish it weren't such a hot mess.
Roger Ebert on James Ivory's "Howards End".
"The Ballad of Narayama" is a Japanese film of great beauty and elegant artifice, telling a story of startling cruelty. What a space it opens…
by The Editors
An article about Roger Ebert's induction into the Chicago Literary Hall of Fame slated for August 19th.
by Chaz Ebert
An article about the exciting Chicago Public Library Foundation's Summer Learning Challenge to prevent brain drain, and an appeal to donate to the program.
Roger Ebert's Journal
by Roger Ebert
Wednesday, July 18, is the 20th anniversary of our marriage. How can I begin to tell you about Chaz? She fills my horizon, she is…
by Seongyong Cho
Far flung correspondent Seongyong Cho celebrates one of the best South Korean films from last year, "The World of Us."
by Jana Monji
PBS' American Masters has a special four-hours for foodies, with docs on James Beard, Jacques Pepin, Alice Waters and Julia Child.
Balder and Dash
by Noah Gittell
A piece on the structure of David Lowery's films.
by Brian Tallerico
A review of the new NBC series "Midnight, Texas," from the author of "True Blood."
Named after the David Cronenberg film, this is the blog of former RogerEbert.com editor Jim Emerson, where he has chronicled his enthusiasms and indulged his whims since 2005. Favorite subjects include evidence-based movie criticism, cinematic form and style, comedy, logical reasoning, language, journalism, technology, epistemology and fun. No topic is off-limits, but critical thinking is required.
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