Follow by Email

Friday, November 11, 2016

New Reviews at RogerEbert.com for the week of November 11, 2016

This is your weekly update of new reviews on RogerEbert.com, the world’s preeminent destination for movie criticism, commentary and community.

Is this email not displaying correctly?
View it in your browser.

"Life Itself" Nominated for Best Documentary Emmy

The poignant film about Roger Ebert, directed by Steve James, and produced by CNN Films and Kartemquin Films was nominated for an Emmy. The awards will be presented September 21st at the Lincoln Center in New York. Read our coverage HERE.

New Reviews at RogerEbert.com for the week of November 11, 2016

Almost Christmas Poster

Almost Christmas

Review by Odie Henderson

Whatever the reason, we need to understand and relate to one another more than ever nowadays, and if a pleasant diversion like Almost Christmas can bring this to an audience, its minor flaws are easily forgivable.

Read the Full Review

share on Twitter Like Almost Christmas on Facebook Google Plus One Button Share on Tumblr

Arrival Poster

Arrival

Review by Brian Tallerico

An ambitious sci-fi film that forces viewers to reconsider that which makes us truly human, and the impact of grief on that timeline of existence.

Read the Full Review

share on Twitter Like Arrival on Facebook Google Plus One Button Share on Tumblr

Elle Poster

Elle

Review by Sheila O'Malley

Elle is a dissertation on power dynamics.

Read the Full Review

share on Twitter Like Elle on Facebook Google Plus One Button Share on Tumblr

The Monster Poster

The Monster

Review by Brian Tallerico

Right now, a story of overcoming human demons within to face a real nightmare outside us seems like something we could all use.

Read the Full Review

share on Twitter Like The Monster on Facebook Google Plus One Button Share on Tumblr

Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk Poster

Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk

Review by Godfrey Cheshire

The characters are paper-thin, the dialogue trite and superficial.

Read the Full Review

share on Twitter Like Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk on Facebook Google Plus One Button Share on Tumblr

The Love Witch Poster

The Love Witch

Review by Glenn Kenny

The movie is relentless in the way it poses questions about our culture's way of dealing with the power of female sexuality.

Read the Full Review

share on Twitter Like The Love Witch on Facebook Google Plus One Button Share on Tumblr

Come and Find Me Poster

Come and Find Me

Review by Simon Abrams

Come and Find Me lacks sufficient inspiration and follow-through to be truly exciting.

Read the Full Review

share on Twitter Like Come and Find Me on Facebook Google Plus One Button Share on Tumblr

USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage Poster

USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage

Review by Glenn Kenny

Two minutes of sincerity don't make up for two-hours plus of bumbling and pandering.

Read the Full Review

share on Twitter Like USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage on Facebook Google Plus One Button Share on Tumblr

Disturbing the Peace Poster

Disturbing the Peace

Review by Matt Fagerholm

It effectively illustrates the universality of suffering by juxtaposing the stories of people on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Read the Full Review

share on Twitter Like Disturbing the Peace on Facebook Google Plus One Button Share on Tumblr

Other Recent Reviews:

Copyright © 2016 Ebert Digital LLC, All rights reserved.

You are receiving this email because you signed up on our website.

Our mailing address is:

Ebert Digital LLC
328 S Jefferson St
Ste 670
Chicago, IL 60661

Add us to your address book
Roger Ebert

Unsubscribe bigredjbird.1010@blogger.com from this list.
Update your subscription preferences | Forward to a friend

Email Marketing Powered by MailChimp

No comments:

Post a Comment