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    Watch: Werner Herzog Talks Ebert as More Than a Critic and Soldier of Cinema on Charlie Rose (VIDEO)

    Director Werner Herzog has had a sad last couple of weeks, with the loss of his friends film critic Roger Ebert and documentarian Les Blank. Below, Herzog's thoughts on Ebert on Charlie Rose (he joins critics A.O. Scott and Dana Stevens), with quote highlights.

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    Rob Schneider On Critics: "You Have to Be Zen About It"

    The "Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo" star told WTF's Marc Maron how he's learned to deal with bad reviews.

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    Roger Ebert Remembered in Chicago By Family and Friends

    The three hour tribute from the Chicago Theatre featured tributes from John and Joan Cusack, Andrew Davis, Richard Roeper, and many more.

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    From the Wire: Ebert's Editor Remembers

    "He was unflappable in the face of pressure."

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    How 'Beyond the Valley of the Dolls' Reveals Roger Ebert's Values as a Film Critic

    The film may actually be a piece of film criticism by example.

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    A Tribute to Roger Ebert From the Screenwriter of the Movie He Hated, Hated, Hated

    Alan Zweibel won three Emmys as a writer for the original cast of "Saturday Night Live" and a fourth as the writer of "The Paul Simon Special" in 1978 (he was also nominated as an "SNL" writer that year as well, meaning he either defeated himself or lost to himself, depending on your point-of-view)....

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    Watch: Roger Ebert and the First Satellite Theater Network Broadcast

    Plus: check out the beautifully redesigned RogerEbert.com.

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    Ebert Memorial: Saying Good-Bye to Roger

    It was an appropriately gray, overcast and rainy Monday morning for the funeral of beloved film critic Roger Ebert held at the Holy Name Cathedral in downtown Chicago. Hundreds of people were lined up outside the church just for a chance to pay their respects and say a final goodbye to someone who t...

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    Roger Ebert Update: Funeral Held, Memorial Services Planned in Chicago

    On Monday April 8 at 10 AM funeral services for Roger Ebert, who died Thursday at age 70, will be held at Chicago's Holy Name Cathedral, 730 N. State St. Friends and fans are welcome on a first-come basis.

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