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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A tribute to the great journalist, Tom Wolfe.
An interview with the director of "No Other Way to Say It" and a presentation of the short film.
Disney previewed their upcoming live-action features during this year's D23 Expo.
A look at three films from Cannes from our very own critic, Simon Abrams.
An article about the winners of the 2017 Gracie Awards.
A look at what's coming to theaters this January through April.
A comparison between the recent version of "Ben-Hur" and the classic 1959 version by William Wyler.
The fourth and final part in a series on the images of Islam in Western cinema.
An interview with actor Dave Franco about "Now You See Me 2."
A report from the 2005 Cannes Film Festival.
A preview of dozens of films coming out this summer.
Roger's Favorites: actor Denzel Washington.
A piece on extending the conversation about diversity at the Oscars to include all minorities.
An interview with the legendary star of the new I'll See You in My Dreams.
Summer action heroes are several shades of gray; Memories of Baltimore; "Silicon Valley" is not misogynistic; The Onion is not a joke; James Horner on Terrence Malick.
A preview of dozens of films being released this Summer.
A feature on the latest major Blu-ray, Netflix, and On Demand releases, including "Gone Girl," "The Boxtrolls," "The Zero Theorem," "Coherence," and more.
An interview with Kevin Kline, star of "My Old Lady."
A TIFF report on the new Jason Reitman film, "Ruth & Alex" and "Boychoir."
Ebertfest receives a 2014 grant from the Hollywood Foreign Press.
Erik Childress looks at the first awards of the season and their possible impact on the Oscar race.
Lou Godfrey reflects on his memories of his mother and their movie-going.
Peter Sobczynski ranks 27 films by Brian De Palma.
Marie writes: There was a time when Animation was done by slaves with a brush in one hand and a beer in the other. Gary Larson's "Tales From the Far Side" (1994) was such a project. I should know; I worked on it. Produced by Marv Newland at his Vancouver studio "International Rocketship", it first aired as a CBS Halloween special (Larson threw a party for the crew at the Pan Pacific Hotel where we watched the film on a big screen) and was later entered into the 1995 Annecy International Animated Film Festival, where it won the Grand Prix. It spawned a sequel "Tales From the Far Side II" (1997) - I worked on that too. Here it is, below.
Craig D. Lindsey is on the warpath against jerk cinema, in which arrogant heroes trample all over everybody and the film celebrates them as righteously awesome. Whatever happened to charm?