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    Josh Schollmeyer on His 25,000-Word Oral History of 'Siskel & Ebert'

    Thumbing through "Enemies, A Love Story," with reporter Josh Schollmeyer

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    The '70s, When Critics Mattered

    And why they still matter today, in a new way, thanks to three little letters.

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    From the Wire: Ebert on 'Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie'

    Just one-half star for all that shrim? And is "Tim and Eric" the most divisive movie of the year so far?

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    Roger Ebert Announces That "At the Movies" Will Go On Hiatus

    Last week, Indiewire reported that the"Ebert Presents At the Movies," the PBS film review show launched by Roger Ebert earlier this year, faced a few promising options to help salvage it from financial trouble. While those possibilities haven't necessarily gone away, Ebert and his wife...

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    Update on 'Ebert Presents at the Movies': Help Is On the Way

    Earlier this month, critic Roger Ebert announced that the latest iteration of his TV show, "Ebert Presents At the Movies," was in serious financial trouble. The half-hour program, co-hosted by Christy Lemire and Ignatiy Vishnivetsky, has aired on public television since the ...

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    Roger Ebert Needs Help

    Roger Ebert has posted the equivalent of the batsignal across the entertainment media skies: His review show, "Ebert Presents At the Movies," is about to go under unless he finds a backer, stat.

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    Review Round-Up: Roger Ebert's Life Itself: "The best thing Mr. Ebert has ever written"

    Roger Ebert, the owner of arguably the most powerful thumbs in America, has published a memoir documenting his 69 years. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the only film critic to garner a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Ebert writes in Life Itself how he helped to change the way movies were revie...

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    Ebert's Tweet Was Right: Crashed Jackass Star's Blood Level More Than Twice Legal Limit

    Given that Jackass Ryan Dunn tweeted a picture of himself and pals drinking hours before he crashed to his fiery death early Monday, killing his passenger, it was not a huge stretch for Roger Ebert to tweet that afternoon: "Friends don't let jackasses drink and drive." It seems uncontroversial to me...

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    Rethinking 3-D: Audiences Rebel at Crap Movies, Ebert Protests, Sony Explains, 2-D Loses Luster

    It was all too predictable. Hollywood, in its rush to collect premium ticket prices for 3-D fare, has overdone it, pushing too many grade-B movies into 3-D release. Now, not only are moviegoers often not getting value for their money, but 3-D is actually making the theatrical experience worse for au...

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