This April marked the one-year anniversary of Roger Ebert’s passing. The film community pushes on, but it just isn’t the same without him. Champaign, Illinois recently celebrated his memory at Ebertfest — the annual film festival founded by the wonderfully snarky film critic. And we now have a trailer for the biographical documentary based on the writer’s 2011 memoir, Life Itself. Hoop Dreams director… Continue reading The Roger Ebert Doucumentary 'Life Itself' Gets A Wonderful Trailer
“Mad Men” at its best transcends the tedium of office life. “A Tale of Two Cities,” at least in a first viewing, was not “Mad Men” at its best.
Whether or not something major comes of Jim Cutler and Ted Chaough’s secretive scheming, far too much of this week’s episode was dominated by office politics and ad men at work. Only one of the storylines… Continue reading 'Mad Men' Season 6 episode 10 recap 'Tale of Two Cities': Ranking Joan, Roger, Don, Peggy and more on the happiness index
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Disney’s 2015 Film Slate Is Insane: ‘The Avengers 2,’ ‘Pirates 5,’ ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Ant-Man,’ ‘Finding Dory’… Continue reading Best of the Week: Horror Movies Everywhere, Remembering Roger Ebert, and More
The film criticism show Ebert Presents: At the Movies will go on hiatus at the end of December, according to a blog post published Wednesday by Roger Ebert. The public TV program was produced and nearly entirely financed by the Chicago Sun-Times film critic and his wife, Chaz Ebert, and was intended to be a continuation of the various review shows hosted by Ebert and the late Gene… Continue reading Roger Ebert’s ‘At the Movies’ show to go on hiatus
Roger Federer may be known as one of the world’s best tennis players, but that doesn’t faze his 2-year-old identical twin daughters Myla Rose and Charlene Riva.
“They will pick up their doll instead of a tennis racket and be happy with that,” Federer, 30, told PEOPLE at Saturday’s US Open press conference in New York after defeating Marin Cilic of Croatia.
“They try hard [with a racket] but they get… Continue reading Roger Federer: My Twins Prefer Dolls to Tennis Rackets