The film, while well-made on a technical level, feels more like a collection of moments than a full and satisfying narrative.
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A review and appreciation of Joe Dante's Matinee, on Special Edition Blu-ray this week.
A tribute to the late horror filmmaker, George Romero.
A preview of this year's Japan Cuts festival, which runs from July 13-23.
Reviews of "Bobbi Jene," "Spettacolo," "Spookers" and "Unarmed Verses" at Hot Docs 2017.
A report from the LACMA exhibit "Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters."
Remembering "The Last of the Mohicans"; Daniel Radcliffe's farting corpse; The most recalcitrant "ism" of all; László Nemes and Géza Röhrig on "Son of Saul"; Roger Deakins on "Hail, Caesar!"
Eight films to check out before Guillermo Del Toro's "Crimson Peak" comes out Friday.
Sheila writes: In the films of Spike Lee, the characters often break the fourth wall and speak directly into the lens. There's a break in the action, and the dialogue spoken to the camera feels almost like it's from a documentary, with the "talking head" giving us more information for context. In this cut from the wonderful video-site "Press Play," watch the best To the Camera moments from Spike Lee's films.
A holiday gift guide compiling RogerEbert.com's book excerpts from 2014.