This Changes Everything
Flawed as it is, This Changes Everything matters – and maybe it’ll even make a difference.
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A video dispatch on the first full day of activities from Cannes 2019.
A review of Jim Jarmusch's new film with Bill Murray and Adam Driver.
A preview of the 2019 Cannes Film Festival.
A tribute to the late character actor in Seymour Cassel, one of the great faces in American independent film.
Matt writes: Our annual Women Writers Week at RogerEbert.com ran from Monday, March 4th, through Sunday, March 10th, this year, and featured must-read essays, interviews and reviews from so many essential writers, including our Assistant Editor Nell Minow; our weekly critics Monica Castillo, Tomris Laffly, Christy Lemire and Sheila O'Malley; and frequent contributors such as Jana Monji, Allison Shoemaker and Katherine Tulich.
John McNaughton talks about the making of his underrated 1993 film, Mad Dog and Glory, on the occasion of a special edition Blu-ray release from Kino Lorber.
An interview with Oscar-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss and Deborah Kolar, daughter of Robert Shaw, about Steven Spielberg's "Jaws."
The 10th anniversary of the Chicago edition of the traveling Noir City festival runs from August 17 to 23 at the Music Box Theatre.
Alex Wolff on his emotional performance in the terrifying new film, "Hereditary."
Greta Gerwig is the fifth woman to be nominated for the Oscar for Best Director.
Difficult is a gendered term fueled by the Hollywood machine and maintained by the belief that actresses aren’t responsible for the achievement of their films.
A countdown of our most anticipated films coming this winter.
A look at the career of Willem Dafoe.
The latest on Blu-ray and streaming, including "A Cure For Wellness," "Beauty and the Beast," "Before I Fall," and more.
An essay about "Moonrise Kingdom" and childhood from the May 2017 edition of online magazine, Bright Wall/Dark Room.
The staff reveals their individual picks for the best films of 2016.
A essay on Elvis Mitchell and his radio interview series, "The Treatment."
A compilation of reviews defending the new "Ghostbusters" film.
A TV review of HBO's Vice Principals, premiering Sunday, July 17th.
A celebration of actor Warren Oates in anticipation of an upcoming retrospective at the Film Society of Lincoln Center in NYC.
An interview with the star and director of the new version of "The Jungle Book."
A review of TBS' new series "Angie Tribeca."
A celebration of Maggie Smith's career and a review of Michael Coveney's new biography about the actress.
"A Very Murray Christmas" is kind of wonderful.
Sheila writes: To all the American readers of The Ebert Club, I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! To spread a little joy, here is a glorious and fun "dance mash-up" of classic dance scenes from Hollywood films, to the soundtrack of "Uptown Funk." Mark Ronson was the superb editor, and he has noted that none of these clips have been sped up or slowed down to match the music. Beautifully done! Enjoy!