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Sundance 2014 Movie Reviews: ‘Life Itself,’ ‘Ivory Tower,’ ‘What We Do in the Shadows’

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At the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, 40 entries are split between the U.S. and World Cinema Documentary categories and Doc Premieres. Read More »

The Last Critic

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For the first 21 years of my life, I never knew life without my dog. She came along the same time as my brother. And picking her out amongst a sea of golden retriever puppies is one of my  earliest memories of anything. Her death as I was entering an age of adulthood signaled a true ending of a time ... Read More »

Interview: Film Critic Roger Ebert About His New Book, Life Itself: A Memoir

Roger Ebert reveals, in book and interview, he is a man interested in more than movies. Read More »

A Chorus of Disapproval

There was little to cheer about at Wembley, as England's footballers were frustrated by the minnows of Montenegro. Read More »

Videogames as Art: Too Much Dessert?

Are videogames art? Does it matter? Read More »

Book Review: The Complete History of American Film Criticism by Jerry Roberts

A must read for film fans and a must study for film reviewers. Read More »

Can Roger Ebert Really Drag Down Kick-Ass?

How can one influential review really change your mind? Read More »