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Robbed Of His Voice, Roger Ebert Finds A New One.

The chances are good that if you know anything about the film critic Roger Ebert, then you know him as the opinionated host of “At The Movies,” a show he hosted for years and years with the late Gene Siskel. … Continue reading

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Columnist Asks The Key Question: Why Don’t You Know Who Bogie Is?

Bill Mesce at Sound on Sight* asks the right question: Despite films being more widespread and more available than ever, modern audiences have even less film literacy than ever. To illustrate the point, Mesce turns to a film class he … Continue reading

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