Jacob Tremblay stars as the 10-year-old who is smart and decent, but also prone to outbursts of temper.
Former Chicago fire investigator Don Rimgale, who helped Robert De Niro prepare for “Backdraft,” died of cancer Monday at his Elmhurst home at 77.
ROEPER: Just about everyone in director/co-writer Dee Rees’ brutally effective 1940s period piece is living in some version of Hell on Earth.
As a grieving but angry mother demanding answers, Frances McDormand carries the story with fierce, foul-mouthed, abrasive, ferociously loving heart.
The City of Chicago has designated 2018 as the “Year of Creative Youth.”
Virgil Williams’ work is informed by what he witnessed growing up in “one of the most notoriously segregated cities.”
Miller was thrilled “to try some of my weird ideas” in his latest outing as The Flash.
A remastered version of the film will be shown in theaters nationwide beginning Dec. 1.
ROEPER: Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash and the others come together with the right mix of the heavy and the humorous.
The 2016 overhaul of the holiday classic set the ballet at the World’s Fair in Chicago.
The star plays the mother of a boy (Jacob Tremblay) with facial deformities.
Previous honorees have included Claire Danes, Julianna Margulies, Joan Allen, Phylicia Rashad and Laurie Metcalf.
The inspiration for the film was director Rebecca Carpenter’s own father, legendary Green Bay Packer player and coach Lew Carpenter.
Creepiness dominates the sullied comedian’s narcissistic tribute to Woody Allen. No wonder it’s been held back from release.
ROEPER: Satirical slasher’s lead actresses full of surprises.