Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
This is a movie that’s annoying in part because it doesn’t care if you’re annoyed by it. It doesn’t need you, the individual viewer, to…
Selections from Roger Ebert's Cannes coverage…
Flashback #7: Hollywood Plays It Safe, Sorry
Film festivals provided Roger with an annual escape from the formulas that plagued so many Hollywood pictures. This superb essay, written during the 1992 festival, juxtaposes two pictures that take strikingly different approaches to similar subject manner: Billie August's Palme d'Or-winner, "Best Intentions," and Ron Howard's unimaginative blockbuster, "Far and Away." His closing line is especially chilling, providing readers with a cautionary message that will resonate throughout the ages: "A society that treats its citizens like children is sooner or later going to find itself without adults."
The suggestions in this article are worth 10 billion dollars.
A review of Dark Souls Remastered, a game so good it will make you cry.