Powerful performances and solid Southern storytelling make Jeff Nichols' Mud the best film of the year.
Robert Redford is on the run in his new, actor-packed Weather Underground thriller.
Ryan Gosling leads a stellar cast in The Place Beyond the Pines, a carefully crafted, haunting, dramatic thriller.
Ebertfest is back and more essential than ever.
Killer Joe is a finely executed story, NC-17 rating or not.
James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem is aware of his mortality. In Shut Up and Play the Hits he considers his future and bows out before it's too late.
Chike gets an introduction to Wes Anderson's work and Jeremiah weighs in on the latest film from his favorite director.
Jason Pankoke works hard for the local film community. Read what he has to say about his CUzine, C-U Confidential, the local arts scene, and why he says "40 North is not our agent, our headhunter, or our pimp."
Tomboy follows 10-year-old Laure, as she struggles with gender roles in a series of sweet, fragile, and poignant moments. Liz and Jeremiah each weigh in.
Jason Segal plays Jeff, a sage-like figure hiding inside a slacker pothead, who sets out to wander into his destiny in Jeff, Who Lives at Home.
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