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All The Winners of the 2018 SAG Awards

yesterdayFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Last night, The Good Place's Kristen Bell hosted the 24th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, where the big winners were Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri, Big Little Lies, and predictability. Here's the full list of 2018 SAG winners, with...

'This Is Hell. Of Course There’s a Gift Shop': The 10 Best Episodes of the Week

1 hour agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

10. The Alienist -- I re-read Caleb Carr's The Alienist last week in anticipation of the series, and I like the series about as much as I like the book, which is to say: It's fine. It's a ten-hour episode...

Why Do Celebrities Give Their Kids Such Weird Names?

1 hour agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Chicago West is a pretty badass name. It is my hope that by naming their new daughter after one of the country's most iconic cities, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are setting up their third child to be some kind...

Ask Pajiba (Almost) Anything: Let's Get Apocalyptic

2 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Move aside, hairy legs and feminist boyfriends! Today's "Ask Pajiba" is going to be tackling something a bit more speculative. Something a bit more... apocalyptic. Because it's literally about the apocalypse! And also sports, because apparently making me talk about...

We Watched That Kate Micucci Rom-Com Where She Dates Her Pets, You're Welcome

3 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Have you heard about the romantic-comedy where a woman's beloved dog and cat come become men, and then she dates them? It's called Unleashed. It stars singer/songwriter/comedian Kate Micucci. And it's utterly insane. Just check out the trailer: Unleashed is...

"The Shape of Water" Tops 2018 Oscar Nominees

Early on in the awards season, I joined other Academy Award pundits in fearing that after last year’s record seven nominees of color in the acting categories as well as four Best-Picture contenders with mostly non-white casts – including winner “Moonlight” - this year’s contest might be a reprise of the #OscarsSoWhite controversy. Show More Summary

Congratulations to Steve James on Your Oscar Nomination

I am beyond thrilled to congratulate Steve James, one of our greatest documentarians, on his well-deserved, first-ever Oscar nomination for Best Documentary. His nominated film, "Abacus: Small Enough to Jail," is a prime example of the...Show More Summary

This is the Wrong Time For Michael Bay To Be Developing a 'Duke Nukem' Movie Starring John Cena

3 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Quick! Think of the most unnecessary, tone-deaf, badly timed property that you could possibly try developing into a movie right now. If you thought of Duke Nukem then congratulations! You win the prize! The prize is fuck you they're making...

Dylan Farrow's Response to a Justin Timberlake Tweet Is Perfect

3 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

This is a perfect tweet. I have nothing else to add. Good luck in your recovery, JT. I'd probably avoid cake for awhile, if I were you....

Call Me By Your Name Review

This is a very sensual story about how love and erotic passion can consume a person, particularly a budding teenager whose hormones encourage him (or her) to basically lust after anything in sight. Even a peach. Especially a peach.

Donald Trump Moves the Goalposts On Acceptable Behavior and Then Rages When Others Do The Same

5 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

This morning, the President tweeted the following: In one of the biggest stories in a long time, the FBI now says it is missing five months worth of lovers Strzok-Page texts, perhaps 50,000, and all in prime time. Wow!— Donald...

Sundance 2018: "Wildlife"

Paul Dano debuted his long-anticipated directorial effort at Sundance this weekend, as part of the festival’s highly-competitive US Dramatic Competition category. “Wildlife,” an adaptation co-written with Zoe Kazan of the novel by Richard Ford, is easily the best-looking but also one of the most formal movies of the fest. Show More Summary

Oscar Snubs 2018: The One That Was Deserved, And The Ones That Weren't

5 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Well, it finally happened. After months of speculation, the Academy Award nominations have been announced -- and we ain't mad! They got a lot of things right! Both Jordan Peele AND Greta Gerwig cracked the Best Director category, and that...

When Rob Lowe And The Makers Of "The Lyon's Den" Truly Decided to Stop Giving A F-ck

7 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

(I'm sure there are better and more serious photos of Rob Lowe that can be found on Google or even Bing, but I can assure you that what you're about to read will not give you any reason to take...

Watch The 2018 Academy Award Nominations Livestream

8 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

The Oscar nominations are being announced this morning. You can watch the Oscar livestream here, and in the meantime, we'll update the nominations as they come in. Jimmy Kimmel will host those Oscars on March 4th (wait? March? We have...

Sundance 2018: "The Last Race, "On Her Shoulders"

“The Last Race,” directed by debut filmmaker Michael Dweck, is essentially a requiem for a stock car race track. Observational and sometimes emotional, it captures the afternoons and evenings where the Riverhead Raceway is in full business. Show More Summary

Sundance 2018: “You Were Never Really Here”

Lynne Ramsay’s brutal thriller, “You Were Never Really Here,” made waves last year at the Cannes Film Festival, where it played in competition, and won awards for Ramsay’s screenplay and star Joaquin Phoenix’s lead performance. It bypassed...Show More Summary

Sundance 2018: “Leave No Trace”

Seven years ago, Debra Granik shook the film world with “Winter’s Bone,” a film that premiered at Sundance, winning the Grand Jury Prize on its way to four Oscar nominations, including one for its instant star Jennifer Lawrence. Granik...Show More Summary

Sundance 2018: “Minding the Gap” & “America to Me”

No group of artists better embodies Roger Ebert’s belief that the best cinema serves as an empathy machine as the good people of Kartemquin Films, and they affirmed that fact at Sundance 2018 with a pair of projects that take us into...Show More Summary

#320 January 23, 2018

Matt writes: The 2018 Sundance Film Festival is currently in full swing, and RogerEbert.com is there to review the highlights, with coverage headed by Managing Editor Brian Tallerico and Assistant Editor Nick Allen. Our site's publisher,...Show More Summary

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