Tag Archives: Life Itself

Oscar 2015 Predictions

Oscars on Monday! (or Sunday for Americans). Same as last year – I’m giving you my predictions and wishes. Films I haven’t seen are marked with an asterisk (*). Who’s going to get the gold? Continue reading Oscar 2015 Predictions

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The Oscar Noms: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

I’ve said before that there are many things wrong with the Oscars, but they get me excited nonetheless. I had a few strong reactions to the nominees last night so I thought I would share my feelings about what was wrong and what was right. Continue reading The Oscar Noms: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

FILM REVIEW: Life Itself

Life Itself (Steve James, 2014)

Roger Ebert front left & Gene Siskel back right
Roger Ebert front left & Gene Siskel back right

Roger Ebert watched approximately 10,000 films in 25 years, and reviewed 6000 of them. And my friends think I watch too many movies – pfft. But no number is too many when you’re a professional film critic (I yearn for the day), and Ebert was arguably one of the best. Continue reading FILM REVIEW: Life Itself