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2001: A Space Odyssey Movie Poster

2001: A Space Odyssey movie review (1968) | Roger Ebert

This is the work of an artist so sublimely confident that he doesn't include a single shot simply to keep our attention.

Aaron Taylor-Johnson Talks Working With Wife & Director Sam on 'A Millio...

Aaron Taylor-Johnson Talks Working With Wife & Director Sam on 'A Million Little Pieces' | TIFF 2018

'A Million Little Pieces' actor/screenwriter Aaron Taylor-Johnson and direcetor Sam Taylor-Johnson join THR at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival t...

Joker movie review & film summary (2019) | Roger Ebert

Joker movie review & film summary (2019) | Roger Ebert

As social commentary, Joker is pernicious garbage.

The Last Temptation of Christ movie poster

The Last Temptation of Christ movie review (1988) | Roger Ebert

Note: This is a shortened version of an essay written for my new book, Scorsese by Ebert. Reading my 1988 review of “The Last Temptation of Christ,” I find it is more concerned with theology than cinema. It must have driven Martin Scorsese crazy to read reviews of “The Last Temptation of Christ” in which critics appointed themselves arbiters of the manhood or godliness of Jesus Christ, and scarcely mentioned the direction, the writing, the acting, the images or Peter Gabriel’s harsh…

The Last Temptation of Christ movie poster

The Last Temptation of Christ movie review (1988) | Roger Ebert

Note: This is a shortened version of an essay written for my new book, Scorsese by Ebert. Reading my 1988 review of “The Last Temptation of Christ,” I find it is more concerned with theology than cinema. It must have driven Martin Scorsese crazy to read reviews of “The Last Temptation of Christ” in which critics appointed themselves arbiters of the manhood or godliness of Jesus Christ, and scarcely mentioned the direction, the writing, the acting, the images or Peter Gabriel’s harsh…

A JOY THAT COMES IN THE MOURNING silverlake life

A JOY THAT COMES IN THE MOURNING

A JOY THAT COMES IN THE MOURNING

A JOY THAT COMES IN THE MOURNING

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Apocalypse Now movie review & film summary (1979) | Roger Ebert

Francis Ford Coppola's film "Apocalypse Now" was inspired by Heart of Darkness, a novel by Joseph Conrad about a European named Kurtz who penetrated to the farthest reaches of the Congo and established himself like a god. A boat sets out to find him, and on the journey the narrator gradually loses confidence in orderly civilization; he is oppressed by the great weight of the jungle all around him, a pitiless Darwinian testing ground in which each living thing tries every day not to be eaten.

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Critics slam the new, brutally violent 'Joker' film

Critics slam the new, brutally violent 'Joker' film

'Joker,' starring Joaquin Phoenix, opened in movie theaters worldwide this week after winning the top prize at the Venice film festival last month.

FILM FESTIVAL REVIEW ; Amid Anguish and Beauty, A Son and a Dying Mother

FILM FESTIVAL REVIEW ; Amid Anguish and Beauty, A Son and a Dying Mother (Published 1997)

FILM FESTIVAL REVIEW ; Amid Anguish and Beauty, A Son and a Dying Mother

Mother and Son is an absolute anomaly, the unlikeliest of 'event films'. But 'event' it has become, thanks in part to the rhapsodic welcome that Aleksandr Sokurov's film has garnered from an array of supporters, Susan Sontag, Paul Schrader, Martin Scorsese and Nick Cave.

Film: Russian relations

Chris Darke finds Aleksandr Sokurov's film Mother and Son refreshingly devoid of all the usual commercial trappings

Mother and Son is an absolute anomaly, the unlikeliest of 'event films'. But 'event' it has become, thanks in part to the rhapsodic welcome that Aleksandr Sokurov's film has garnered from an array of supporters, Susan Sontag, Paul Schrader, Martin Scorsese and Nick Cave.

Film: Russian relations

Chris Darke finds Aleksandr Sokurov's film Mother and Son refreshingly devoid of all the usual commercial trappings

Mother and Son is an absolute anomaly, the unlikeliest of 'event films'. But 'event' it has become, thanks in part to the rhapsodic welcome that Aleksandr Sokurov's film has garnered from an array of supporters, Susan Sontag, Paul Schrader, Martin Scorsese and Nick Cave.

Film: Russian relations

Chris Darke finds Aleksandr Sokurov's film Mother and Son refreshingly devoid of all the usual commercial trappings

Into Great Silence movie poster

Into Great Silence movie review (2007) | Roger Ebert

We get a lot of movies about noise these days: gunshots, screams, explosions, fist thunks, thunderous roars, revving engines, squealing tires and those deafening sonic swooshes that accompany nearly every corporate logo before the feature even gets started. But we don't experience many moments of silence at the movies (and I'm not just talking about the audiences). "Into Great Silence," though devoid of narration, musical score or much at all in the way of dialogue, encourages us to listen…