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Roger Ebert (1942-2013)

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    Roger Ebert's Wikipedia Edits Collected as a Book

    Artist Qunton Miller thought the best way to examine Ebert's history on the site was to print it out and put it between hard covers.

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    Chicago International Film Festival Creates Roger Ebert Award

    Award will celebrate fresh and uncompromising talent of next generation of filmmakers around the world.

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    35 Years Of 'Apocalypse Now': Watch Vintage Roger Ebert Review, Making Of Doc, Clips And More

    " 'Perfection' can be its own limitation, and sometimes a 'flaw' may contribute mightily to a work's ultimate power. (A work without flaws is a work without ambition).' The Roman poet Horace often inserted lines in his poetry that stuck out like sore thumbs, forcing the reader to confront the establ...

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    Matt Zoller Seitz and Roger Ebert, and Other Highlights from His Appearance on 'Employee of the Month'

    Plus: Seitz's response to an Antisemitic Letter to the Editor from his New York Press days, and Seitz sings.

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    Rob Reiner Talks Roger Ebert's 'North' Review

    Roger Ebert hated, hated, hated, hated, hated Rob Reiner's "North," but Reiner doesn't seem too bothered by it.

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    'Oh, This Is a Bad Movie': Jimmy Fallon Reads Roger Ebert's Reviews on the Tonight Show

    Jimmy Fallon recalls the movies of his Roger Ebert slammed (and praise), and Questlove's jaw drops at a "Life Itself" clip as Chaz Ebert drops by the Tonight Show Couch

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    The Semiotics of 'Siskel & Ebert'

    The co-host of "Ebert Presents" explains why "At the Movies" worked with Roger Ebert, and couldn't with anyone else.

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