Dolemite Is My Name
Dolemite is My Name is a typical biopic buoyed by its unrelenting hilarity, its affection for its subject and commitment to the time and place…
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What to expect from Venice Film Festival coverage over the next week.
Matt writes: On August 11th, the African American Film Critics Association held its inaugural TV Honors ceremony, co-hosted by AAFCA president Gil Robertson IV and RogerEbert.com publisher Chaz Ebert. Ava DuVernay's Netflix series, "When They See Us," about the exonerated Central Park Five, earned four accolades, including Best Limited Series, Best Writing, Best Ensemble and Best Breakthrough Performance (the brilliant Jharrel Jerome).
A feature on the career of Leonardo DiCaprio through five performances: Titanic, Catch Me If You Can, The Aviator, Shutter Island, and The Wolf of Wall Street.
Reviews from the Fantasia Film Festival of the beguiling hitman story Bruce McDonald's Dreamland, and a special presentation of a rare horror sequel.
A piece on the the culminations of Avengers: Endgame and Game of Thrones.
The latest on Blu-ray and DVD, including Boy Erased, Suspiria, The Sisters Brothers, Widows, and a Criterion edition of In the Heat of the Night.
What will lead the way tomorrow morning? Let us look into our crystal ball.
The RE staff on some of their favorite performances of 2018.
Our contributors share some of their favorite movies of 2018.
The best films of 2018, as chosen by Brian Tallerico.
The nominees for this year's Chicago Film Critics Association awards.
A look back at the major films that screened at the Los Cabos Film Festival earlier this month.
An interview with the Oscar-nominated actor about producing and co-starring in Jacques Audiard's unusual Western, The Sisters Brothers.
A preview of the 56th annual New York Film Festival.
A chat with Charlie Plummer, star of Andrew Haigh's Lean on Pete.
Matt writes: The 20th anniversary of Ebertfest will kick off tomorrow, April 18th, and run through Sunday, April 22nd, at the Virginia Theatre in Champaign, Illinois. Andrew Davis' classic edge-of-your-seat thriller, "The Fugitive," will open the festival, which features other beloved titles including "American Splendor" and "The Big Lebowski," as well as such trailblazing filmmakers as Ava DuVernay, Julie Dash, Amma Asante, Martha Coolidge and many more.
An interview with the director of You Were Never Really Here.
A report from the Berlin Film Festival on three new projects, including the latest from Gus Van Sant.
On the best films of the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.
A special edition of Thumbnails featuring coverage of Sundance 2018.
A review of the newest from Lynne Ramsay.
A countdown of our most anticipated films coming this winter.
A look at the entire career of Daniel Day-Lewis and how his work in "Phantom Thread" feels like the perfect finale.
110 independent films have been announced to premiere at next January's Sundance Film Festival.
Chaz Ebert reports on "The Beguiled," "Good Time," "In the Fade" and more in her fifth video dispatch from Cannes 2017.