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Roger Ebert's Movie Yearbook 2013

Format:  Paperback,

790 pages

Edition: 2013, 25th Anni

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Pub

Publish Date: Dec 2012

ISBN-13: 9781449423445

ISBN-10: 1449423442

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Roger Ebert is the gold standard for movie critics. And his Movie Yearbook has been the go-to source for movie lovers for more than 25 years.
Roger Ebert's "criticism shows a nearly unequaled grasp of film history and technique, and formidable intellectual range. . . ." --"New York Times"
Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic Roger Ebert presents more than 600 full-length critical movie reviews, along with interviews, tributes, and journal entries inside "Roger Ebert""'""s Movie Yearbook 2013."
It includes every movie review Ebert has written from January 2010 to July 2012.
Also included in the Yearbook:
--In-depth interviews with newsmakers and celebrities
--Tributes to those in the film industry who have passed away recently
--Essays on the Oscars, reports from the Toronto Film Festival, and entries into Ebert's Little Movie Glossary

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Publisher: Andrews McMeel Pub
Publish Date: Dec 2012
ISBN-13: 9781449423445
ISBN-10: 1449423442
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 790
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 2.3
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 5.75 x 9.25 x 1.5

About the author

Biography of Ebert, Roger

Roger Joseph Ebert was born on June 18, 1942 in Urbana, Illinois, and died on April 4, 2013. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he was editor of the Daily Illini. He is best known for his film review column in the Chicago Sun Times since 1967 and for the television programs Sneak Previews, At the Movies with Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert and Siskel and Ebert and The Movies.

After Gene Siskel's death in 1999, Roger Ebert teamed up with Ruchard Roeper for the television series Ebert and Roeper and The Movies which began airing in 2000. Ebert's movie reviews were in more than 200 newspapers in the U.S. and worldwide by Universal Press Syndicate. He wrote more than 15 books, including his annual movie yearbook which was a collection of his reviews for that specific year. He became the first film critic to win a Pulitzer Prize.

In June 2005, he was given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; he was the first professional critic to receive this award. He received honorary degrees from the University of Colorado, the AFI Conservatory, and the School of Art Institute of Chicago. Ebert died on April 4, 2013 at age 70. He had lost his voice and much of his jaw after battling thyroid and salivary gland cancer.

Chapter outline

Introductionp. vii
Acknowledgmentsp. ix
Key to Symbolsp. x
Reviewsp. 1
The Best Films of 2011p. 692
The Best Documentaries of 2011p. 697
Interviewsp. 703
Asghar Farhadi (A Separation)p. 703
Tilda Swiriton (We Need to Talk About Kevin)p. 704
Quvenzhane Wallis (Beasts of the Southern Wild)p. 705
Ebert's Journalp. 708
Sarah Palin Documentaryp. 708
The Enigma of Political Prayerp. 709
A Shimmering Miragep. 709
Knocked Up At the Moviesp. 711
The Sudden Death of Filmp. 713
Heteronormative Vampiresp. 714
Dissecting Declining Box Office Revenuep. 715
Think of Me as the Butler, Carsonp. 716
The Oscar Losers: They Wuz Robbedp. 718
Indie Spirit Awards Joined The Artist Bandwagonp. 720
Hey, Kids! Anybody Here Not Heard the F-Word?p. 721
The Raid and Why I Hated Itp. 722
I Remember Youp. 724
The Perfect Audiencep. 726
Movies Don't Stream Themselvesp. 727
A Few Calm Words About The Listp. 729
In Memoriamp. 731
Andrew Sarrisp. 731
Film Festivalp. 733
Toronto International Film Festivalp. 733
Ebert's Little Movie Glossaryp. 736
Indexp. 738

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