Movie critics are like Roman emperors, holding their fists out to command a chanting crowd with the drama of a thumbs-up or thumbs-down. But the cinematic arena is no Coliseum; it's a movie palace. And our beloved Caesar, the purveyor of so many thumbs, was Roger Ebert.
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Harrison Ford healing after surgery on broken leg during shooting of 'Star Wars: Episode VII'
Carlton Sherwood, Vietnam vet who produced film critical of Kerry in '04 campaign, dies at 67
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Paul Haggis' 'Third Person,' holds clues to solve mystery in 3 intertwined love stories
UK approves expansion of Pinewood Studios, home to James Bond, Harry Potter and 'Star Wars'
Lupita Nyong'o says goal for her Oscar acceptance speech was not to pull a Jennifer Lawrence
Stars attend 'Transformers' world premiere in Hong Kong, in sign of Hollywood's China focus
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Film review: Eastwood channels Broadway in 'Jersey Boys' with appealing but uneven results
Adelaide Clemens keeps the faith as God's troubled servant on SundanceTV thriller 'Rectify'
Amazon is about to jump into smartphones; can it compete with the big players?
Nigerian censors want cuts, say movie 'Half of a Yellow Sun' could hurt national security
Kevin Hart realizes he's now the old guy at the nightclub while shooting a movie in Las Vegas
'22 Jump Street' tops weekend box office with $57 million; 'Dragon' follows with $49.5 million
Clint Eastwood finds an unlikely, higher-pitched harmony with 'Jersey Boys'
Clint Eastwood reflects on age, America and acting
DreamWorks slates next 2 Spielberg movies for 2015 and 2016: spy thriller and 'BFG' adaptation
Broadway's 'A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder' earns big in week after Tony Award win
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