Capt.Failure wrote:It's a sad thing when a person dies, however that does not protect them from anything in my eyes. He threw his right to call himself a professional out the window with that article.
Go play with your toys. Leave the discussion of art to those who know what they're talking about.
Hopper, you're the one who needs to learn the art. Capt.Failure knows exactly what he's talking about and apparently you do not. After one of the movies (I believe it was ROTF), Ebert was attacked (verbally) by fans and instead of taking the professional high road, he resorted to blanket attacking all of our IQs and calling us neanderthals. It was unprofessional, simply put.
I have respect for the man, I don't want to speak ill of the dead, but he did cross a line there.
And watch your step with how you talk to your fellow posters, please. Please don't speak to others like that anymore.
NOTE: Realize that I am not a perfect Christian, nor do I profess to be. I apologize if anyone's ever offended by me, I'm not perfect. Don't hold my posts and opinions against other Christians.