So anyway, what happens in Life As We Know It? You'll never guess in a million years. Never.
haha...is he being sarcastic...he's the man.
Oct 8 - 12:30 AM
He usually rates garbage high these days, maybe the chemo kick-started his brain again.
Oct 8 - 10:33 AM
God I love Ebert. He's at his best when he's sarcastic. Not only is he a great critic, he's a great writer, too, and that's what separates him from most other critics.And I personally don't feel he rates garbate high. He just one of those rare legendary critics that isn't actually a film snob. He's pretty good at recognizing what a film is aiming for. He's not going to expect every film to be high art. He knows how to appreciate a popcorn flick if it does what it aims to do well (e.g., Salt).This film, however, seemed like contrived garbage from the first time I saw the trailer, so he's right on the money.
Oct 14 - 06:44 AM