Let the Sunshine In
The film’s confidence comes in part from the acceptance of the things that can’t be known.
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The latest on Blu-ray and DVD, including Lady Bird, The Disaster Artist, The Shape of Water, Justice League, I Tonya, and Thor: Ragnarok.
The latest on Blu-ray and DVD, including Wonder, Only the Brave, Roman J. Israel, The Ballad of Lefty Brown, and Walking Out.
An article about the 2018 Academy Award nominees.
A report from the 2018 Critics Choice Awards.
An article about the L.A. Film Critics Association Awards (LAFCA) ceremony scheduled for Saturday, January 13th.
A report from the 75th annual Golden Globes.
The winners of the 75th annual Golden Globes.
What are these bizarre screenings, and why are they so popular?
Chaz Ebert lists her favorite films of 2017.
A review of Amazon's new series, "Jean-Claude Van Johnson."
An article about the 2018 nominees of the Golden Globe Awards.
The 2017 nominees for the Chicago Film Critics Association.
An interview with Michael H. Weber and Scott Neustadter, co-screenwriters of "The Disaster Artist."
Tomris Laffly reports on the night that kicked off the 2017 award season.
An article about this year's nominees for the Film Independent Spirit Awards.
Matt writes: The 2017 Toronto International Film Festival just wrapped this past weekend, and screened an enormous array of enticing titles set for release this awards season. Click here for our complete festival coverage, including dispatches from Chaz Ebert, Brian Tallerico, Tina Hassannia, Vikram Murthi and Nick Allen.
On four Midnight Madness films from TIFF 2017, including "The Disaster Artist," "Bodied," "Revenge," and "The Ritual."
A review of HBO's new series "The Deuce."
The 25 films we're most excited to see during the fall of 2017.
A Blu-ray review of "Alien: Covenant."
Matt writes: One of the most praised films on RogerEbert.com this year has been David Lowery's audacious and unforgettable "A Ghost Story," reuniting the director with his "Ain't Them Bodies Saints" stars Rooney Mara and Casey Affleck. Brian Tallerico praised the picture upon his initial viewing of it at Sundance, and programmed it as the closing night selection at this year's Chicago Critics' Film Festival, where it played to a packed house. Tallerico later interviewed Lowery for the site, while Matt Zoller Seitz awarded the film four stars. Also worth a look is Noah Gittel's recent essay on Lowery and the "cinema of narrative displacement."
Bobbi Jene Smith on "Bobbi Jene"; Influence of Bentonville Film Festival; Are Midnight Movies Dead?; Diving into "Henry Gamble's Birthday Party"; In praise of "Certain Women."
A look at the entire "Alien" franchise, and a reappraisal of its unloved installments.
Matt writes: With this year's Oscar telecast just around the corner, RogerEbert.com has compiled a round-up of award prognostications into one of its latest Thumbnails installments. Join in the debate with writers such as Indiewire's Anne Thompson, Gold Derby's Paul Sheehan, Variety's Tim Gray and our own Collin Souter as they offer their best guesses on who will take home the evening's top prizes. The article comes complete with a link to a printable ballot courtesy of the official Oscar site. In addition to this, our critic Susan Wloszczyna recently published an essay entitled, "Oscar's History of Pickiness."
Matt writes: You don't have to be a sports fan to enjoy the spectacle and exhilaration of the Super Bowl, and the same is true of sports films. There are endless uplifting pictures charting the triumph of underdogs in various sports, with football being one of the most crowd-pleasing. Roger Ebert gave favorable reviews to several of them, including Warren Beatty and Buck Henry's very funny 1978 comedy, "Heaven Can Wait," Gurinder Chadha's delightful 2002 dramedy, "Bend It Like Beckham" and Peter Berg's 2004 drama, "Friday Night Lights."