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October 9, 2013

Roger Ebert's Screenwriting Career Dramatized in Russ & Roger Go Beyond Opens in new window

It'll take a look at the collaboration between Ebert and Russ Meyer on "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls." More...

August 18, 2010

Goodbye, At the Movies Opens in new window

The balcony is closed. Last night was the final episode of At the Movies, which for 35 years provided a forum for some of the most insightful and impassioned movie criticism on television. Beginning as Sneak Previews in 1975 with a pair of Chicago-based film critics (Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert), At the Movies had a number of co-hosts and cosmetic changes over the years, but it endured because of its ingeniously simple concept: two people talking about the movies with insight, wit, and passion. The influence of At the Movies on contemporary film criticism is difficult to overstate -- it's certainly inspired a generation of film geeks currently critiquing movies in print and on the web. More...

September 25, 2007

Forbes Pundit List Gives Thumbs Up to Ebert Opens in new window

Not only does Roger Ebert have the most famous thumbs in America, but -- according to Forbes -- he's now our most powerful pundit. More...

April 4, 2007

The Return of Roger Ebert Opens in new window

Since Rotten Tomatoes is a website dedicated to movies, movie fans and movie critics, we obviously think a lot of Roger Ebert around here. And after a series of surgeries and a long time spent on the road to recovery, it looks like the Pulitzer-winning movie man is about to get back to work. More...

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