Having nearly sold out, The Lives of Robert Ryan gets a second pressing.
The new Fury Road places the postapocalyptic hero against an even more richly imagined landscape.
Oscar stiffs the Coen brothers’ comedy about Greenwich Village folkies; plus a rundown of the rest of the nominees.
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New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
Reader film critic J.R. Jones discusses the 2011 Oscar nominees in a free panel discussion at Gene Siskel Film Center.
The Classic Film Series concludes a 38-year Chicago run Saturday night at Bank of America Cinema.
Bank official calls Bank of America’s Cinema’s closure announcement “premature.”
Jeremy comes to the Pitchfork Music Festival with Pavement and reminisces about Pitchforks past. There’s some food and coffee in there too.
Intelligentsia’s Michael Phillips won the World Barista Championship in London last Friday.
Like many of my colleagues, I was looking forward to this Sunday, when Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune and A.O. Scott of the New York Times take over as […]
Intelligenstia’s Mike Phillips, the national barista champ, places at the worlds.
Bank of America announces its new schedule, with only one B movie screening.
The Classic Film Series is alive and well and living at Bank of America.