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Movie Reviews and Ratings by Film Critic Roger Ebert | Roger Ebert

New Reviews<p>Every aspect of the execution on display here posits Jalilvand as among Iran’s most assured directors to have emerged in this …

Movie Reviews

How we made The Usual Suspects

Photograph: Rex<p>‘It soon became clear we had a phenomenon on our hands’ … Bryan Singer on the set of The Usual Suspects.<p>84<p>image/jpeg<p>http://media.guim.co.uk/a425e979189a0991038dfc322ea4282cd9a72780/207_203_2677_1605/140.jpg<p>140<p>Photograph: Rex<p>Gabriel Byrne: ‘I was laughing all the …

​Why you can't have everything: The Netflix licensing dilemma

Some members use proxies or "unblockers" to access titles available outside their territory... in coming weeks, those using proxies and unblockers will only be able to access the service in the country where they currently are.<p>David Fullagar -- Vice President of Content Delivery Architecture at …

George Miller: I will make more Mad Max films after all

Mad Max: Fury Road,Film,Culture,Action and adventure,Science fiction and fantasy<p>The Oscar-nominated director of the post-apocalyptic films has clarified earlier comments in which he suggested he wouldn’t be behind further instalments<p>George Miller has said that he will be returning to make two more …

The best video editing apps for iPhone

If you are a videographer or just wanting to play around with your iPhone videos then check out our list of the best video editing apps for your …

Apps

How to create a movie trailer project with iMovie for iOS

There are two types of projects you can create with iMovie on your iPhone: Movie and Trailer. The Movie template is by far the more flexible of the two, letting you adjust the length of each clip in your movie and, thus, the length of your movie. The Trailer template is much more rigid, with an …

Tutorials

Unfinished business: how Disney and Marvel killed happy ever afters

Photograph: Allstar/Lucasfilm<p>Thanks to JJ Abrams, the happy ending of The Return of the Jedi (pictured) is now neither happy nor an ending.<p>84<p>image/jpeg<p>https://media.guim.co.uk/23454d19cb5c742a8bf7934e1e7bed09a8eddd66/0_306_2983_1789/140.jpg<p>140<p>Photograph: Allstar/Warner Bros<p>In 2012’s The Dark Knight …

21 tips, tricks and shortcuts for making movies on your mobile

Our resident mobile-auteur guides us through ten film-making apps, including iMovie, Hyperlapse and Kinemaster, revealing some of their cleverest features.

HBO is coming after Netflix using its own battle plan

Netflix's content chief Ted Sarandos has even said Neflix's "goal is to become HBO faster than HBO can become us."<p>Now we're starting to see that HBO wants to become more like Netflix — particularly with regards to international expansion and supersizing production.<p>During Time Warner's Q4 earnings …

Time Warner

Film's cinema comeback is driven by nostalgia, not logic

When Kodak declared bankruptcy and Fujifilm halted film stock production, things looked grim for celluloid. Shooting was going digital, and new cameras from Red, Sony and Arri produced quality nearly on par with 35mm cinema cameras. Film, however, has made a cinematic comeback. Last year saw a …

Everything You Need To Know About The New ‘Predator’

“If it bleeds, we can kill it” is as true of film franchises as it is vicious space aliens, but over the years, the Predator has proven surprisingly durable, even in the most absurd of crossovers. And he’s back to the screen soon to try and kill more soldiers. Here’s everything we know so far.<p><b>It’s</b> …

Hateful Eight cinematographer calls for new 'effects-free' Oscars category

Three-time Oscar-winner Robert Richardson complains that ‘invisible’ digital effects means cinematographers are no longer operating on a level playing field<p>Leading cinematographers are calling for a new Oscars category to distinguish between films shot using traditional methods and those using …

Bone Tomahawk review – a Western horror destined for cult status

Kurt Russell heads a posse in this pulpy twist on John Ford’s The Searchers which is hide-under-your-seat scary<p>Cult status could beckon for this well-made, macabre and violent western-horror from cinematographer turned director S Craig Zahler. It’s a film with a parched, sunbleached look …

Why It’s Good To Be Wrong - Issue 2: Uncertainty

That human beings can be mistaken in anything they think or do is a proposition known as <i>fallibilism</i>. Stated abstractly like that, it is seldom …

How Your Brain Perceives Time (and How to Use It to Your Advantage)

We might not be able to create more time when we need it most—like when a deadline is approaching—but we <i>can</i> use the understanding of how we perceive …

A Sound You Can't Unhear (and What It Says About Your Brain)

Feel your brain at work as it transforms gibberish into an intelligible sentence<p>Just listen to this radio clip. It's only takes 50 seconds for the Franklin Institute's chief bioscientist, Jayatri Das, to demonstrate something fundamental about your brain.<p>She starts with a clip that's been digitally …

58 cognitive biases that screw up everything we do

We like to think we're rational human beings.<p>In fact, we are prone to hundreds of proven biases that cause us to think and act irrationally, and even …

The Great Philosophers 2: The Stoics

‘Stoicism’ was a philosophy that flourished for some 400 years in Ancient Greece and Rome, gaining widespread support among all classes of society. …

Free Will May Just Be the Brain's 'Background Noise,' Scientists Say

It's a question that has plagued philosophers and scientists for thousands of years: Is free will an illusion?<p>Now, a new study suggests that free …

The Naysayers

Walter Benjamin, Theodor Adorno, and the critique of pop culture.<p>In Jonathan Franzen’s 2001 novel, “The Corrections,” a disgraced academic named Chip Lambert, who has abandoned Marxist theory in favor of screenwriting, goes to the Strand Bookstore, in downtown Manhattan, to sell off his library of …