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It is with a heavy heart we report that legendary film critic Roger Ebert (@ebertchicago) has passed away
I give this thread zero thumbs up.
Looks like he will finally get his chance to be in the closing credits
Siskel is pissed.
Anyone want to guess how much his ashes will weigh?
I happened to catch WGN news the other day when they were reporting on him. I had never seen anyone without a lower jaw.
Formerly Venomous Green Duck. Join Date: Nov. 2004 # of posts: 17,867.
You obviously haven't met The Doctor's wife...
December 3, 2011 - Forever haunted by what I witnessed...
Didn't Ebert just issue his retirement message yesterday?
He said he was cutting back on reviews because his cancer came back and he was going to start a new round of radiation treatment.
PS Cym Jim is the devil
35,600 posts and counting since 09-09-2002. tRCMB Dead Pool Commissioner.
Since his missed his shot on the silver screen, maybe he can grace the cover of this magazine...
I will really miss Roger.. He was an extraordinarily gifted writer and put his heart and soul into his work. This included his leftist politics, with which I could hardly agree less. Yet, I looked forward to his review and his blog every week. For good reason, he was the first film critic ever to receive the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism.
With the growth of unpaid internet reviewers, many newspapers don't even have film critics anymore, or can't afford to pay good ones. I don't think we will ever see anyone like Roger again.
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