The film’s premise is simple yet made suspenseful with a 21st Century twist.
A good dog movie with its heart in the right place, just like any nameless canine regardless of its breed.
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Chaz Ebert and the RogerEbert.com group of writers wishes you Happy Holidays!
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An excerpt from the new book The Sopranos Sessions, about HBO's legendary TV series.
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A Mexican correspondent writes on seeing Roma in Alfonso Cuaron's neighborhood.
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The first episode of TNT's “I Am the Night” made its world premiere at AFI FEST on Friday afternoon at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood.
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An interview with R.L. Stine about Goosebumps: Haunted Halloween.
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An essay about the five screen versions of "A Star Is Born," and why George Cukor's 1954 masterpiece still reigns supreme.
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A preview of the 2014 Chicago International Film Festival.
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HONOLULU -- "I saw your new movie and I thought it was really good," I told Bai Ling.