It’s unlike few other movies you’ll see this year or possibly this decade.
In this laid-back, character-driven thriller, two childhood friends, one a parole officer and the other a petty criminal turned recovering addict, who team up to solve a mystery with help from a retired border cop.
If you saw "The Hangover" and thought, "I would enjoy this movie more if nothing of consequence happened, and it were clean enough to show in a retirement community," then "Last Vegas" is made for your needs. It's ninety minutes of scenery with a few likable moments, starring actors you like.
Donald Liebenson picks his favorite piece of Roger's writing.
"The Wes Anderson Collection" video essay series finishes with a look at the director's 2012 hit "Moonrise Kingdom," the tale of a young love that throws a small community into turmoil.
"The Wes Anderson Collection" video essay series continues with a look at the director's sprightly adaptation of Roald Dahl's classic children's novel.
"The Wes Anderson Collection" video essay series continues with "The Darjeeling Limited," the director's comedy about brotherhood, death, and the limits of control.
RogerEbert.com editor Matt Zoller Seitz and contributor Steven Boone discuss "Untold History," a documentary series by Oliver Stone and Peter Kuznick that presents an alternative history of the United States and its role in recent world history.
"The Wes Anderson Collection" continues with a video essay on "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou," probably Anderson's most widely disliked feature, and MZS's personal favorite.
A close look at "The Royal Tenenbaums," the third in a series of videos based on Matt Zoller Seitz's book "The Wes Anderson Collection."
A video essay on Wes Anderson's second film "Rushmore," by Matt Zoller Seitz and Steven Santos. Second in a series of seven.