Thanks, as always, to my pal Nick Digilio, who had me on his WGN radio show last weekend to talk about what’s going on in movie theaters.
Many thanks to Sam Fragoso and his colleagues at Movie Mezzanine for including me in their round-up of the best films of the 1960’s. I really enjoyed reading through all the different selections. Check it out and add your own […]
Tune in at 4 pm to hear me on Betty Jo Tucker’s Movie Addict Headquarters with Mack Bates and A.J. Hakari. We’ll be previewing the summer releases, what we are most looking forward to and what we are less excited […]
Many thanks to Roger Ebert’s favorite reporter covering Ebertfest, Melissa Merli, for a wonderful interview. This is her third year at Ebertfest, where she handled the onstage Q-and-A after “Short Term 12” was shown Thursday afternoon. That movie made her […]
I got a lot of great questions, from guilty pleasures to the most important things I learned from Roger Ebert. You can read it all here.
The filmmakers behind “Life Itself,” a documentary about Roger Ebert’s life and legacy, are giving guest hosts control of their @Ebertmovie Twitter account. The hosts will be sharing their memories of Roger Ebert, their favorite reviews, and much more! This […]
I always have a blast with my pal Nick Digilio — this weekend we talked about “Mr. Peabody & Sherman,” John Turturro’s new film, “Fading Gigolo,” “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” and the upcoming Ebertfest.
Many thanks to Dimitri Sotis for inviting me onto WTOP to review “300: Rise of an Empire” and “Mr. Peabody & Sherman.”
My friend John Hanlon has a thoughtful piece on CNN.com about the way the Oscars and other movie awards overlook stories about young people and performances by actors in their teens and twenties. It’s unfortunate but undeniable that award shows […]
Many thanks to Kevin Sampson for inviting me to join my friends Tim Gordon and Jason Fraley and director and DC film office head Pierre Bagley for a lively discussion and debate on movies made by African-American filmmakers.