Sword of Trust
A likable throwback to the kind of rambling, character-driven 1990s indie comedies that the U.S. film industry barely releases to theaters anymore.
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A report from last week's 21st Indie Memphis Film Festival, which included new and old favorites.
Jessica Ritchey answers the Movie Love Questionnaire.
The movie questionnaire and 2015 reviews of RogerEbert.com film critic Odie Henderson.
The movie questionnaire and 2015 reviews of RogerEbert.com editor Matt Zoller Seitz.
Editor in Chief Matt Zoller Seitz responds to our Movie Love Questionnaire.
The new Batsuit; the great Stevie Wonder; Cannes jury president Jane Campion calls out film industry sexism; Godzilla and Fassbinder.
Stephen Tobolowsky remembers Harold Ramis; Alec Baldwin says goodbye to public life; A snipe at Jared Leto and his performance in Dallas Buyers Club; Jimmy Fallon is not funny.
An ending to Roger's "The Thinking Molecules of Titan" by Jeffrey Burton.
Writer Odie Henderson responds to our Movie Love Questionnaire.
The best action movies since "Die Hard"; reminiscence of Allen Ginsberg; grading a letter by GOP House members; too many "women's hookup stories"; Stevie Wonder to boycott Florida over "Stand Your Ground" law; Samuel Fuller's "White Dog."
Marie writes: Once upon a time, a long time ago and in a childhood far, far away, kids used to be able to buy a special treat called a Frosted Malt. Then, with the arrival of progress and the subsequent destruction of all that is noble and pure, the world found itself reduced to settling for a frosty at Wendy's, at least where I live. Unable to support a "second rate" frosted malt for a second longer, I decided to do something about it!
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - Breakfast at the Beverly Wiltshire. The waitresses in their frills and bodices like Swiss maids. Waiting to talk with Alan Arkin, I drink coffee and read the Los Angeles Times. Convicted killer Gary Gilmore has broken his 21-day hunger strike and eats his first meal, a cheese and bologna sandwich. David Susskind walks into the breakfast room. Orders breakfast. What's he having? Scrambled eggs, toast, orange juice? Susskind is negotiating for the Gary Gilmore story. Everybody's gotta eat. Wonder if Susskind knows that Gilmore....