A moving, funny, raucous, wide-ranging look at the man who founded this site.
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by The Editors
A collection of rave reviews for Life Itself that came out after its July 4th theatrical premiere.
by Chaz Ebert
"LIFE ITSELF" DEBUTS AT #1 IN SPECIALTY BOX OFFICE
by Jana Monji
An FFC shares memories of the Los Angeles Theater scene.
by Scout Tafoya
The latest in Scout Tafoya's series, The Unloved--"Pola X."
by Seongyong Cho
A Far Flung Correspondent reviews Sion Sono's loony "Why Don't You Play in Hell?"
by Glenn Kenny
An interview with Larry Blamire on the "Lost Skeleton" trilogy.
by Brian Tallerico
A review of "Extant" and "Hemlock Grove."
Named after the David Cronenberg film, this is the blog of former RogerEbert.com editor Jim Emerson, where he has chronicled his enthusiasms and indulged his whims since 2005. Favorite subjects include evidence-based movie criticism, cinematic form and style, comedy, logical reasoning, language, journalism, technology, epistemology and fun. No topic is off-limits, but critical thinking is required.
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A list of theaters playing "Life Itself."