Set It Up
A solid romantic comedy with sharp dialogue, amusing characters, and a few surprises up its sleeve.
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An article about the retirement of Cinema/Chicago founder and CEO Michael Kutza.
A look back at this past week's TCM Classic Film Festival, including the special guests and screenings.
An update of the article dedicating Ebertfest 2018 to Roger Ebert and Mary Frances Fagan. And recognizing Ebertfest Volunteers Leonard Doyle, and Sherren (Sherry) Slade.
The latest on Blu-ray and DVD, including Wonder, Only the Brave, Roman J. Israel, The Ballad of Lefty Brown, and Walking Out.
A piece on the lasting power of John Carpenter's The Thing, paid tribute with a fantastic new board game from Mondo and an upcoming Blu-ray from Arrow.
The staff pays tribute to Harry Dean Stanton.
Clowns are scary.
An obituary for Tobe Hooper.
Part II of our 2017 Pens to Lens Gala coverage, featuring remarkable short films written by students in Champaign-Urbana.
The writers of RogerEbert.com celebrate the career and legacy of the late George Romero.
A tribute to the great Mario Bava, whose films will be shown at the Quad starting today.
A review of the new Syfy series "Blood Drive," which starts tonight at 9pm.
Looking back at "Donnie Darko" on the occasion of its 15th anniversary.
A dispatch on four films from the Midnight program of this year's Sundance Film Festival.
The men who were "The Thing"; Adam West and Julie Newmar are back; Carl Ciarfalio on the other Thing; Donald Trump and Toni Erdmann; We've all lost this election.
A tribute to the late Godfather of Gore, Herschell Gordon Lewis.
A look back at how this summer's best offering, Netflix's "Stranger Things," makes the failure of this season's blockbusters even more difficult to ignore.
A great collection of new Blu-ray releases, including "Green Room," "Night and Fog," "Everybody Wants Some!!" and "OJ: Made in America."
The year to date in cinema as seen by our contributors.
Sheila writes: The Cannes Film Festival is up and running and Rogerebert.com is there! You can check out Rogerebert.com's full coverage in the Table of Contents for the film festival. That post will be updated as more dispatches come in. There is video footage as well, including a memorable moment when Chaz Ebert asked a question at the "Money Monster" press conference. Finally, "Two Weeks in the Midday Sun," Roger Ebert's 1987 book about the Cannes Film Festival, was re-released in May, just in time for the 2016 festival. The re-release has a foreword written by Martin Scorsese, which you can read here.
An interview with writer/director Jeremy Saulnier about his punk rock thriller "Green Room."
An in-depth preview of the upcoming 70mm film festival occurring at Chicago's Music Box Theatre from February 19 to March 10.
A review of the latest from Jeff Nichols from Berlinale 2016.
With "The Hateful Eight," Quentin Tarantino betrays the female fans he's until-now supported.