Roger Ebert

@ebertchicago

Film critic since time immemorial. My blog: http://j.mp/51Rkoe

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1551 days ago

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Lilandorth 1538 days ago

I can feel the velvet on the seats, the cushy carpet under foot and faintly smell popcorn.

waelkhairy88 1550 days ago

:D I chose this picture on my Twitter page background a while ago. :) I love it too.

FigaroLucowski 1550 days ago

me too and thanks i have only seen his dinner painting

barry_hardin 1551 days ago

I feel this woman is thinking nothing of the film, she is "elsewhere. "Divided by scarlet tapestries, two dramas unfold...."

bonfils 1551 days ago

Well, well. That was the one I visualised before I clicked the link.

jennarocca 1551 days ago

Mine too.

Aperetti 1551 days ago

"The painter paints to reveal himself through what he sees in his subject" -- Edward Hopper

Derriere1111 1551 days ago

It's a screener for movie company execs and she can't bear having to see/hear their reactions.

Janiebt 1551 days ago

I love this one, as well.

hayley_g 1551 days ago

Edward Hopper was a genius. I love when fine art is inspired by film and vice versa.

Lrb12c 1551 days ago

say

Lrb12c 1551 days ago

What does it saw to you, Sir?

NicoleAdeleRitz 1551 days ago

She's seen the movie dozens of times. Her feet are tired & life hasn't turned out like Hollywood.

CRA209 1551 days ago

This painting tells a story .. many stories.

zekeburger 1551 days ago

I know it's cliche, but Nighthawks is my favorite painting by Hopper.

sweaternine 1551 days ago

Just read 's "Talking Dirty @ Movies" in NSFC bk Flesh & Blood; its cover mods this.

Voomnomore 1551 days ago

Did the movie overcome her with melancholy? Is it too close to home?

PeeKyoo 1551 days ago

Great color.

ewangdesign 1551 days ago

Lynchian!