Robert Redford celebrates his birthday today, and we asked the Monitor's followers on Facebook what their favorite films were by the legendary actor and director. Here are the top five:
Notes on the DocPoint Encounters in NYC at Scandinavia House in New York City, June 9, 2011.
By one count, Americans will be served a record 27 movie sequels this year: Pirates of the Caribbean, Spy Kids, Cars 2, The Hangover Part II, Happy Feet 2, Kung Fu Panda 2, etc., etc. Have Hollywood moguls gone overboard on sequels?
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords has moved from a Tucson, Ariz., hospital to the next phase of her recovery: rehabilitation. The Arizona Democrat has already shown signs of affection, determination, and appreciation for public support as she embarks on the comeback trail after being shot in the head two weeks ago. It's a difficult road, but one that others in the public eye have also walked. Here's a look at Giffords and five other profiles in perseverance. It can't claim to be a "Top 5" list, but the people exemplify grace and courage in the face of extreme adversity.
Roger Ebert is returning to television for the first time since 2006. 'Ebert Presents at the Movies' features Roger Ebert, along with Christy Lemire and Ignatiy Vishnevetsky.
Roger Ebert: Vishnevetsky is replacing the previously announced Elvis Mitchell, the show announced Tuesday.
As the world waits for the Nov. 19 release of Harry Potter film No. 7 ("Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" Part 1), it's fun to remember Harry as he's been revealed to us through the years.
Roger Ebert is going to produce and appear on a new movie review television program for PBS.
'Jaws' 35th anniversary already? In the summer of 1975, Jaws kept a lot of people out of the water.
It was announced Tuesday that longtime film critic Roger Ebert has been selected for a 'Webby' award, recognizing his work in online journalism. Actor and comedian Jim Carrey was also selected for a 'Webby.'