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Roger Ebert remains one of the most influential voices in film, but when a failed surgery related to thyroid cancer left him without the ability to eat, drink or speak, he had to reinvent the way he communicated with the world.
Roger Ebert spoke at this year’s TED conference about his quest to find the perfect artificial voice to give life to his words, his second “voice” he found on the internet, everything he’s endured in between. And, in typical Ebert fashion, it’s pretty entertaining.
It’s a deceptively simple concept: man takes camera and tripod out into the NYC blizzard and shoots what he sees. But there’s enough beauty and craftsmanship in this three-and-a-half minutes that Roger Ebert thinks it should win an Oscar.
Movie critic Roger Ebert has completed his review of Tron Legacy. He says the 3D action sequences are great, but you might want to bring a phone or beer bottle label along to amuse you during the plot bits…
In a huge 1800-word apology on his Sun Times blog, critic Roger Ebert admitted it was stupid to complain about games not being art – as he wouldn’t review a film without at least sitting through the first 45 minutes.