Movies and TV

Wondering what to watch? Don’t miss our coverage of the latest movies and shows playing in theaters or streaming in your living room, including the latest reviews from noted critic Richard Roeper.

The Hyde Park Jazz Festival, the World Music Festival and Lyric Opera’s “The Flying Dutchman” are among the highlights in the week ahead.
Laugh-inducing Max series follows the sitcom formula in building out the lives of trio from Oscar-winning ‘Hair Love’ short.
Apple TV+ docuseries looks back at the successes and setbacks of an era’s foremost faces of fashion: Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista and Christy Turlington.
The strikes, which have been going on for months, have delayed most of the upcoming fall television season.
Jennifer Hudson and the panel on ‘The Talk’ also decide to hold off as actors and writers strike
Films on WTTW-Channel 11 offer context for key junctures from the Our Lady of the Angels fire to Mayor Richard J. Daley’s urban renewal efforts.
“A Million Miles Away” trata sobre la obsesión de un hombre y toca muy bien temas como el racismo, la asimilación, los sueños postergados, la culpa familiar y la dedicación.
Memorable documentary profiles Bill Veeck’s charismatic son through Disco Demolition, some dark years, a zany comeback in St. Paul and a family heartbreak.
Prime Video biopic tells story of José Hernández, who grew up as a migrant farmworker and ended up on the International Space Station.
Lo que se tomó en cuenta para convertir al actor en el luchador exótico y darle brillo en el filme semi biográfico.
Lively performances by Paul Dano, Seth Rogen and Pete Davidson make sure the complex financial story never feels like a lecture.
Kenneth Branagh is joined by wonderful international cast including Tina Fey, Michelle Yeoh and Jamie Dornan.
Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and now Jon Hamm play the supposedly smart people doing intriguingly dumb things.
The TV host has resumed production of ‘The Drew Barrymore Show,’ drawing the ire of striking members of the Writers Guild and Screen Actors Guild.
A spokesman for the former Illinois billionaire, played on screen by Nick Offerman, says some errors in the film were corrected at his request, a claim denied by the screenwriters.
Guests include actors Henry Winkler and Bob Odenkirk, as well as Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore and the Tyshawn Sorey Trio.
As celebrity owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney bring money and attention to underdog Welsh footballers, they avoid stealing focus on the team’s charming documentary show.
In Instagram video, actors say praise of their co-star on ‘That ’70s Show’ was not intended ‘to undermine the testimony of the victims or retraumatize’ his rape victims.
Documentary on Aadam Jacobs, whose archive includes more than 30,000 sets of live music, nears its world premiere at the Chicago Underground Film Festival.
The NBC late-night host apologized to staff members in the wake of a Rolling Stone report in which employees say they experienced mental health issues, intimidation and poor treatment stemming from Fallon’s erratic behavior.
Nia Vardalos and her screen family will again charm fans willing to overlook clunky pacing and dialogue.
‘That ’70s Show’ star was convicted of raping two women two decades ago.
LaKeith Stanfield and Clark Backo star in frustratingly uneven Apple TV+ adaptation of the best-selling adult fairy tale.
Rose is calling it quits after 41 years in Chicago and 50 years in broadcast journalism.