Roger Ebert Home

David Lynch

Reviews

Moby Doc (2021)
Lucky (2017)
Inland Empire (2007)
Lost Highway (1997)
Wild at Heart (1990)
Blue Velvet (1986)

Blog Posts

Ebert Club

#413 August 17, 2021

Matt writes: For those moviegoers who feel secure enough to return to movie theaters, there is no picture currently in release that provides a more exuberant "welcome back to the big screen" moment than the very first scene of Leos Carax's latest Cannes prize-winner, "Annette." It's a wildly audacious musical written by the Sparks Brothers that stars Adam Driver in a tour de force performance as a deeply disturbed (and disturbing) comedian in love.

Features

Thumbnails 6/8/20

Kasi Lemmons on white Americans; Halina Dyrschka on Hilma af Klint; Recommended books on racism; Wisdom of James Baldwin; Lesli Linka Glatter on David Lynch.

Ebert Club

#378 April 14, 2020

Matt writes: On our annual Day4 Empathy commemorating the passing of Roger Ebert, our site's publisher Chaz Ebert penned a beautiful message wishing readers health, safety and compassion during the COVID-19 pandemic, while managing editor Brian Tallerico republished Roger's reviews of various films that we're watching during the quarantine. I later joined my fellow writers in recommending the films and shows we've been streaming at home (my choice was Hulu's addictive new series "Little Fires Everywhere," starring Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington).