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Ebert continued the show with a series of guest critics. Originally containing the Siskel & Ebert title, the program was renamed Roger Ebert & the Movies on the weekend of September 4–5, 1999, following the death of Gene Siskel. The guests were allowed to try out their wits with Roger Ebert and test the possible chemistry.
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A very watchable, albeit slightly shallow, exploration of how femininity and motherhood intertwine and toxify.
Roger Joseph Ebert was the all-time best-known, most successful movie critic in cinema history, when one thinks of his establishing a rapport with both serious cineastes and the movie-going public and reaching more movie fans via television and print than any other critic.
The new version was regarded more highly by some, even Ebert, who gave the new cut three stars out of a possible four. On the August 28, 2004 episode of the television show Ebert & Roeper, Ebert gave the new version of the film a "thumbs up" rating. In a column published about the same time, Ebert reported that he and Gallo had made peace.
bc-ebert adv-1 03-17 Universal Uclick; Mar 17, 2021 ... MOVIE REVIEW by Richard Roeper ... who has a big giant hammerhead and loves to talk trash, has come to Earth to collect the "Mother Boxes ...
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Oct 12, 2018 · Although her gross-out spectacle Dirty Love won four Razzie Awards, including worst picture, director, actress, and screenplay, Roger Ebert was reluctant to even praise McCarthy for being awful, dismissing the movie as so pitiful "it doesn't rise to the level of badness. It is hopelessly incompetent."