Bilge Ebiri is the principal film critic at the Village Voice. His work also appears in LA Weekly, Denver Westword, Phoenix New Times, Miami New Times, Houston Press and Dallas Observer.
2 days ago | Film and TV
Apocalyptic stories (as well as post-apocalyptic ones) have been with us forever; as a species, humans are uniquely fascinated with our own annihilation
13 days ago | Film and TV
As they leap through the years, West and Cohen give us a compelling account of Ginsburg’s key cases, starting from her days as a lawyer with the ACLU's Women’s Rights Project.
13 days ago | Film Reviews
For the young cowboys at the heart of Zhao’s film, mounting a horse and galloping across a field represents more than just freedom — it becomes a communion with the past and the future, allowing these riders to imagine and inhabit their best selves
Sometimes, one's duties as a critic can clash with one's feelings as a citizen. Betsy West and Julie Cohen's mostly engaging documentary RBG, about the life and career of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, stands as a film...
Shot among real Sioux cowboys in South Dakota's Pine Ridge Reservation, many of them essentially playing themselves, Chloe Zhao's The Rider follows a young rodeo hotshot who's been sidelined by a grave injury, the result of a ghastly fall...
In I Feel Pretty, Amy Schumer conks her head on a stationary bicycle at SoulCycle and imagines herself to be super-beautiful and extra-hot, a conviction that precipitates her character's social and professional ascent. That's a minefield...