Robert Daniels is a Chicago-based film critic with bylines in The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Vulture, IndieWire, Los Angeles Times, RogerEbert.com, Polygon, The Playlist, Consequence of Sound, Film School Rejects, and more. He’s also been a podcast guest on AVClub, ThePlaylist, WGN Radio, and more. He operates his own movie reviews website at 812filmreview.
Robert is a member of the African-American Film Critics Association and the Chicago Film Critics Association. He has written widely about Black American pop culture and issues of representation.
20 Years After Its Release, 'The Core' Is a Fascinating Disaster
If nothing else, this sci-fi flick can teach young actors how to keep a straight face no matter what.
'Creed III' Builds a New Legacy in a Thrilling, If Uneven, Crowdpleaser
Michael B. Jordan’s directorial debut is a somewhat rocky triumph.
How Lightyear’s ending sets up a Buzz Lightyear sequel
Pixar’s latest movie has arrived, and it features a wild twist ending.
Lightyear review: Buzz boldly goes where Pixar didn't need to
A competent but unremarkable effort, Lightyear struggles to justify its own existence.
Don’t Look Up' review: Adam McKay's apocalypse satire is surprisingly poignant
Armageddon meets The Big Short in the new Netflix sci-fi movie.