A screening of Full Metal Jacket in 35mm and more goings-on 6/1-6/3.
Like Juno, Diablo Cody’s Tully is a tale of motherhood and waning youth
Charlize Theron stars as a woman rescued from postpartum depression by a new friend.
Katana plunges its glittering blade into River North
A massive robatayaki parachutes in from Hollywood.
Eternals drummer Areif Sless-Kitain on Hieroglyphic Being’s futuristic house
Current musical obsessions of Eternals drummer Areif Sless-Kitain, his I Kong Kult bandmate Fred Wells, and Reader critic Peter Margasak
The U.S. Pizza Museum, Adler After Dark, and more things to do this week in Chicago
Burgers and Beer 5K, Summer Night Market, and more happenings from July 18-21.
Whiplash: A jazz movie that has nothing to do with jazz
You’ve heard about Damien Chazelle’s much-praised Whiplash—now here’s the backlash.
The real story behind Dog Day Afternoon, Nicolas Cage, and the rest of this week’s screenings
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
TimeLine Theatre unearths another rarity in Juno
TimeLine Theatre unearths Juno, a short-lived Broadway musical based on a play by Sean O’Casey.
137 tasty things from 2013
I ate it all.
Juno dreams of sushi
Juno, the post-Arami comeback from B.K. Park, is a work in progress.
A Supernatural Bitch
How exactly is Diablo Cody’s update of the rape-revenge shocker “feminist”?
TIFF Review: Up in the Air
Can this pleasant but innocuous rom-com really be generating Oscar buzz? Is there a category for Best Motion Picture to Pound Its Theme Into Your Skull With a Ball-Peen Hammer?
Tracing Japanese American Chicago and more at Asian American Showcase
Tatsu Aoki screens his work-in-progress Origins of Now: Stories of the Chicago Nisei, Sunday in Asian American Showcase.