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Bad Review! BAD Review!

Why are bad reviews supposed to be so good? Toward the end of Life Itself, the documentary about Roger Ebert, when it was revealed that late in his career Ebert often developed friendships with the people whose work he was reviewing, it was implied that his criticism went soft. 592 more words

Books

Life Itself (2014)

This was originally on the Early Bird Film Society Website.

When we were younger, we would hold video nights: Nothing more complex than choosing a video from the rental store and watching it in a designated bedroom with whatever junk food could be stuffed in the oversized pockets of our oversized jeans. 838 more words

Film Reviews

Life Itself (2014)

When we were younger, we would hold video nights: Nothing more complex than choosing a video from the rental store and watching it in a designated bedroom with whatever junk food could be stuffed in the oversized pockets of our oversized jeans. 753 more words

Documentary

Life Itself: Movies, Death, Criticism, and Thought

That above clip(s) is a pretty decent explanation for how I seriously got into movies (and I just did this, realizing that: a)I made a life decision based on a short lived cartoon and b)I may be unconsciously turning into Jay Sherman). 1,932 more words

Essay

Life Itself

A few weeks ago I went to see the documentary about the legendary film critic Roger Ebert called “Life Itself”. The film shares the name of his autobiography. 388 more words

Entertainment