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He does it to indicate to his wife, Chaz, or to hospital or rehab-facility personnel that he's all right. As Ebert, physically weakened, missing much of his jaw and the ability to speak, eat or drink after years of battling cancer, lifts his thumb,
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I don't remember how I got into the movie, but it continues to entertain me."...So is director Steve James' documentary , which was shot in the final five months of the Ebert's life with the help and profound cooperation of Roger Ebert and wife Chaz
Story The life and career of the late film critic is celebrated in the new film "Life Itself."...Reuters Video Reviewers, many of whom were acquainted with Ebert, have been emotional and positive about the film. When it had its debut at Sundance Film
Life Itself," which opens in Los Angeles on July 4 and will be available on demand, is also a loving tribute to Ebert's relationship with his wife, Chaz. In the last years of his life, as Ebert struggled with cancer and a series of surgical
In his final decade he died in April 2013 Ebert became famous for something else...Cancer altered his appearance and robbed him of the ability to speak and eat, but he was unleashed as a writer. Those last years (and his embrace of blogging) steered
Life Itself," the documentary about the many years Roger Ebert spent as the country's primo film critic and the rich but complicated personal life he led on the side, may be 2014's most wrenching film. Directed by Steve James ("The Interrupters," "
He could be generous and petty, competitive and nurturing, absurdly public and ferociously private. And given access to a soap box, you could be sure Roger Ebert would scramble on top of it. Quite aside from being America's most famous film critic,
If Roger Ebert had never written a film review or dramatically articulated his thumb, he would have still been a man to admire. Steve James' new documentary on the late critic has plenty on Ebert's Chicago rise to Pulitzer-winning reporter, his
PatrickMcMullan.com Roger Ebert, the world's most famous film critic, is forever linked with Gene Siskel and their thumbs up/thumbs down rulings started and made famous on their TV show At the Movies. But Ebert had a more important partnership: his