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Your Movie Sucks
     

Your Movie Sucks

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by Roger Ebert
 

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Roger Ebert's I Hated Hated Hated This Movie, which gathered some of his most scathing reviews, was a best-seller. This new collection continues the tradition, reviewing not only movies that were at the bottom of the barrel, but also movies that he found underneath the barrel.

From Roger's review of Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo (0 stars):

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Your Movie Sucks 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
John-in-CA More than 1 year ago
I have been a regular listener and reader of Roger Ebert's movie reviews since 1980. Yes, I know that Roger has not been seen on TV's At the Movies for a few years. His book, Your Movie Sucks, while a compilation of reviews of movies he did not like still provides valuable insight on movies, rather or not I saw any of these particular movies. Review comments on screenplays, acting, and directing not only can enrich our movie viewing experiences but also help people who may be interested in a career in the movie industry.
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niahflame More than 1 year ago
Roger Ebert's scathing reviews are hilarious. Even if I liked the movie he's trashing, it's fun to read his views. Battlefield Earth was a hated movie but for some reason I liked it. I don't understand why Ebert kept going on about how nasty the Psychlos looked. They're aliens, and they are evil. I'm sure personal hygiene ranks low with them. Otherwise that review was funny.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found Ebert's take on the movies that he disliked interesting. He describes each movie effectively, and often with humor. You can see why it sucked, from his point of view, without a lot of effort on your part. That is good writing. This book was both fascinating and entertaining. I feel like I know more about Mr. Ebert, just from this one novel, than I had in the past. Especially enjoyable is the range of movies that are reviewed. It includes: Sundance Film Festival works, small art-house pics, to main stream movies. Highly recommended! -AvidReader
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