A collection of reviews that our writers thought of when considering Roger Ebert's belief that film is an empathy machine.
Matt writes: From Juneteenth 2022 through Sunday, June 26th, RogerEbert.com presented its second annual installment of Black Writers Week, featuring essential work from our guest editors Danielle Scruggs, Robert Daniels and Sergio Mims, as well as writers Mack Bates, Bijan Bayne, Shawn Edwards, André Hammel, Esq., Odie Henderson, Jewel Ifeguni, Craig D. Lindsey, David Moses, Shelli Nicole, Sherin Nicole, Ife Olatunji, Eric Pierson, Reginald Ponder, Taj Rani, Carla Renata, Peyton Robinson, Niani Scott, Jourdain Searles, Kaiya Shunyata, Aramide Tinubu, Brandon Towns and Brandon David Wilson.
A feature on some of the best representations of female friendship in movie history.
Hey, "Blade Runner 2049": You know that Voight-Kampff test of yours? Did you ever take that test yourself?