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June 2014

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      #221 June 4, 2014

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      Announcement: We have some exciting news for Ebert Club members. Chaz has been working with Google to create a Google Hangout for Rogerebert.com, and we are thrilled to share that it is close to launching. Google Hangout will be the place where...
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        Streaming Consumer Guide: June 3, 2014

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        The great Blu-ray Consumer Guide may be moving back to Some Came Running but the Streaming Consumer Guide continues (and we'll try to pick up some great new Blu-rays in feature form...don't panic). What's new on the streaming services you know and...
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          Comic Book Movie Comment Section Bingo

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          My friend John Lichman made this. It's a Bingo card collecting words and phrases you're pretty much guaranteed to encounter when reading the comments on a review of a new comic book movie. John actually researched this: nearly everything on the card...
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            The Greatest Living Actress: Author Dan Callahan on the Legacy of Vanessa Redgrave

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            Vanessa Redgrave, at age 77, has had such a lengthy career, with so many different phases, it may be difficult to get a handle on the woman often referred to as the "greatest living actress." She has been nominated for an Oscar six times, and won...
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              My Favorite Roger: Pablo Villaça

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              Roger's review of "Poolhall Junkies"Roger was such a generous man—and not only as a person, but as a film critic. His passion for the movies was clearly present in each and every piece he wrote, and if you were a regular reader, you’d...
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                The Unloved, Part 7: "At Long Last Love"

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                Scout Tafoya's video series "The Unloved" continues, appropriately enough (considering the title!), with "At Long Last Love." This flop 1975 musical, which finally became available on Blu-ray, is known as the film that nearly ended director Peter...
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                  Telling an Old Story Anew

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                  In the wake of the Isla Vista shooting and the #YesAllWomen movement that followed, there was a Margaret Atwood quote that kept appearing, "Men are afraid women will laugh at them. Women are afraid men will kill them." While that serves as a...
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                    Thumbnails 6/2/2014

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                    1."A long-overdue blog post on my brother Daryl": RogerEbert.com contributor Craig D. Lindsey writes about his late brother, Daryl, on the blog, Uncle Crizzle & the Crap He's Written. “He was born both mentally handicapped and...
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                      A Personal Take on Disaster Movies

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                      On the morning of September 19th, 1985, in Mexico City, I had been given the sugary holy grail of parental exceptions. “Yes,” my father said. “You can have Frosted Flakes.” Like many three-year-olds with free license to...
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                        Interview: William Friedkin on "The People vs. Paul Crump"

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                        Young William Friedkin was content with his career as a director of live television for WGN in Chicago in the early 1960s. He directed some of the station’s most iconic show’s ranging from "Bozo’s Circus" and "Garfield Goose" to...