The Great Movies

The Great Movies

by Roger Ebert
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Great Movies 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
In addition to my previous review of 'The Great Movies' by Roger Ebert, I wish to add that on my cross-country flight with a copy of his book, I read most of the 511 pages and thus experienced a VERY short flight. Totally engrossing! I highly recommend Mr. Ebert's book 'The Great Movies' to fans who have enjoyed watching good films and wish to share memorable experiences with Roger Ebert. Richard Vetter
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Concise, precise and marvelously inclusive.
rayosb More than 1 year ago
Typical of Roger Egert. Full of facts and well written. You need not be a film buff to enjoy this book.
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My son is a HUGE movie buff, and this book completed his set. He owns all three The Great Movies books, and loves reading (and re-reading the commentaries from Mr. Ebert. He also checks off the movies he's seen, so he knows what he still "must" watch. I definitely recommend this book and the others if you or someone you love is a fan of the silver screen.
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Indispensible!
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kenreed More than 1 year ago
Ebert deftly covers the significant points of each movie he reviews in this collection. From discussing basic film genres and movie stars to covering the finer details of editing, music and cinematography, Ebert is never dull and each review is unique.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Most of us have seen hundreds of movies. Yet it is unlikely that our own individual (100) favorites would eclipse Roger Ebert's new publication 'The Great Movies.' No doubt Roger's view of great movies reveals his unique personality, his vast experience as a highly respected film critic, his loyalty to movie patrons and his professional dedication to the art and science of motion pictures. I was fortunatue to have a copy of 'The Great Movies' aboard a cross-country flight and it was the shortest flight I ever experienced. Brilliant! All thumbs up! Richard Vetter
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not as flgood as the first book