Renown critics and “At the Movies” co-hosts Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel defended the original “Star Wars” films against one naysaying critic all the way back in 1983.
The Hoop Dreams filmmaker and Ebert’s wife discuss the life, last days and influence of the famed film critic in the moving documentary based on his intensely personal memoir.
A new documentary explores the life and encroaching death of the famed film critic in a spirited style that’s always moving yet never overly mournful.
Spinoff’s Anna Pinkert reflects on what she learned growing up about movies, and adapting to change, by watching Roger Ebert. The influential critic passed away this week at age 70.
Roger Ebert, the influential film critic for the Chicago Sun-Times, died today following a lengthy battle with cancer that took his voice but never dampened his spirit. He was 70.
Depending on who you believe, Kick-Ass is either a turning point for America or morally reprehensible. Which side are you on?