The ambitious sperm-donor/odd-couple comedy tries many things, and succeeds at all of them. And we have a clip.
He says he was wrong to post a tweet containing racially provocative language.
Very strong, uncensored feelings.
And one is a 24-year-old.
"One source who had seen the pilot shot earlier this year with Lemire and Mitchell said it showed little on-air chemistry between the two."
"The Perfect Man takes its idiotic plot and uses it as the excuse for scenes of awesome stupidity," says Ebert.
Is 'Secretariat' a "work of creepy, half-hilarious master-race propaganda almost worthy of Leni Riefenstahl"?
"There are ideas in the film that are interesting to me. I don't have a point to make, though."
Now known as 'Roger Ebert Presents at the Movies.'
Plus: Mickey Rourke on Genghis Khan, dog lover.
"Come on, mum. Give us a kiss."
'Who Killed Bambi?' was started but never finished.
Plus: 'G.I. Jane' reconsidered.
Working title: 'Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies.'
Ebert blames Ben Lyons for show's demise.
Lohan does Jesus, Pattinson passes out, Quentin Tarantino nibbles ear, and more from this month's issues.
If you're in the mood for choking up, watch this.
Ebert weighs in on his 'Esquire' profile.
A bittersweet profile of our best movie critic.
Plus: It's not like back in Harrison Ford's day.
Actually, he names twenty.
Last night, on his blog, Ebert posted a thoughtful defense of White. This morning he took it back.
"The effect of 3D adds nothing to the viewing experience."
It's already earned spotless raves from both trades, Roger Ebert, and Richard Corliss.