Richard Roeper

Entertainment columnist

Richard Roeper, a Sun-Times contributor since 1987 and a Chicago native, is the author of seven books and the former co-host of “Ebert & Roeper and the Movies.” He is the film critic for ABC-7’s “Windy City Live.”

Dad takes wife and kids on a road trip with assassins on his tail in the tone-deaf Apple TV+ movie.
Uneven season of Netflix’s celebrated series about the British royal family does better with sophisticated storylines about Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral and the final days of Princess Margaret.
Weird comedy’s star, Emma Stone, goes all in as a rapidly maturing, endlessly curious woman created in a lab.
Timothée Chalamet underwhelms in a scattershot origin story that mixes too many ingredients into its chocolate-covered plot.
Documentary shines spotlight on instrumental talents who added to classic tracks by James Taylor, Carole King, Joni Mitchell and other greats.
It’s a strong list of contenders despite a few odd choices about ‘The Bear,’ ‘Jury Duty’ and ‘May December.’
Pierce Brosnan has a wry sense of humor in slick and violent piece of pulp entertainment.
Convincing 1964 period piece stars Anne Hathaway, Thomasin McKenzie as unlikely new friends.
A troubled boy enters a dimension teeming with bizarre creatures in the animator’s elegant and beautiful adventure.