The Kid Who Would Be King
The Kid Who Would Be King is good where it counts most.
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The latest on Blu-ray and DVD, including "The House," "Baby Driver," "The Beguiled," "American Gods," "The Good Place," and Orson Welles' "Othello."
Amy Jo Johnson's "The Space Between"; In praise of Dan Pinto; How "The Fugitive" changed TV; "Battle of the Network Stars" oral history; Benefits of airplane movie-watching.
"The Glass Castle" tidies up a disturbing memoir; Paranoid style; Watching "Dunkirk" with autism; Bill Pullman remembers John Candy; Last hurrah of "Beach Party."
The writers of RogerEbert.com celebrate the career and legacy of the late George Romero.
As much as Matt can say about "Baby Driver" in 30 minutes at the keyboard.
A celebration of "Baby Driver" filmmaker Edgar Wright and his love for movies.
A look back at the first feature directed by "Baby Driver" filmmaker Edgar Wright.
An interview with writer/director Edgar Wright about his heart-pumping action film, "Baby Driver."
A profile of RogerEbert.com managing editor Brian Tallerico.
An interview with Ana Lily Amirpour, writer/director of "The Bad Batch."
A preview of the 2016 version of the Chicago film lovers' event, including more than two dozen Chicago premieres.
A column on the latest on Blu-ray and DVD, including Criterion editions of Code Unknown & In Cold Blood, The Man From UNCLE, Meru, Ant-Man and more!
Scout Tafoya's series continues with a double feature of films by Peyton Reed.
Art house film desert of L.A.; 'Arrested Development' taught me to read the scriptures; Stuart Gordon on "Re-Animator"; Stop writing think-pieces on what you haven't seen; Missing history of Ravensbrück.
A preview of dozens of films being released this Summer.
Zach Braff, writer/director/star of "Wish I Was Here" on his latest film.
The studios use screeners to help Academy voters and critics groups catch up on films they might have missed. So why are studios withholding certain films and pushing others?
An exhaustive list of Top 10s by RogerEbert.com contributors.
The Oscars race has hit a holiday lull. It's a good time to pause and take stock of nominations.
A survey of selected films available now on Blu-ray.
Director Joe Dante talks about his sideline running the Trailers from Hell website, which showcases the much-maligned film preview.
Sheila writes: BAFTA-award winning "Pitch Black Heist" is a 13-minute film directed and written by John Maclean, starring Michael Fassbender and Liam Cunningham (reunited after their 28-minute one-take scene in Steve McQueen's 2008 film "Hunger"). Here, they play two criminals hired to crack a safe. The only catch is that they must do their work in the dark: any light at all will trigger the alarm. Elegantly filmed in black-and-white, it's a taut fun little thriller with a twist ending. In case the video doesn't work here, you can also view it at Cinephilia and Beyond.
Edgar Wright, the director of "The World's End," talks about the dangers of nostalgia, his work on "Ant Man" and the amazing references some people think they see in his films.
Jana Monji reports on the Comic-Con panel for the new movie "The World's End," from the team behind "Shaun of the Dead" and "Hot Fuzz."