Tag Archives: Roger Ebert

January 06

Life Itself – A broad brushtroke over a fascinating life. (Film Review)

When a man who devoted such a large and important part of his life to examining our relationship to the image, it is no small thing that he allows a documentary to be made that broadly and intimately exhibits his later-in-life deformity as a result of massive thyroid surgery. In fact Life Itself remains quite […]

January 02

Samsara – Ron Fricke and Mark Magidson guide your meditation. (film review)

“I think the substance of what I’m trying to say is really said in a nonverbal form.  It’s a kind of spiritual quest.  You could say we were all privileged invited guests to this mudball spinning in space.  Life is the host. Life invited everyone here, and it didn’t ask anyone to approve the guest […]