10 Best Films of 2017

Narrowing down the best films of the year to just 10 is always a daunting process. There have been so many great movies this year, and I’ve had the opportunity to see a lot more of them than usual as a member of a couple different award committees and, of course, the Los Angeles Film […]

RogerEbert.com — I, Tonya

As a (wannabe) figure skater, I was already predisposed to liking “I, Tonya.” But I was blown away by how surprisingly powerful and poignant it was. It’s “GoodFellas” on ice: darkly comic and often just plain dark, but always breathtakingly alive. Margot Robbie is heartbreaking as the disgraced skater and Allison Janney just tears it up […]

Wine the Flick?! — The Disaster Artist

“The Disaster Artist” is a good movie about a bad movie. So naturally I had to ask my filmmaker friend Jamielyn Lippman, who loves movies and wine as much as I do, to join me at the ArcLight Hollywood for the latest episode of Wine the Flick?! Jamielyn is a former fellow school mom who’s made […]

RogerEbert.com — Voyeur

Gerald Foos bought a motel in Colorado to spy on his guests having sex with each other. And his story only gets weirder from there. My RogerEbert.com review of the documentary “Voyeur,” which has a lot to say about privacy, journalism and the elusive nature of truth. Read the review here