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They're in agreement that Akira Kurosawa's “Ran” is one of the great films of 1985, or any year..
Selections are: WHEN TIME RAN OUT (A), THE MOUNTAIN MEN (B), THE BLUE LAGOON (B), FFOLKES (C). Films are from: (A) Warner Bros., (B) Columbia, ....
2 thumbs up, of course, for 2 great classics now in revival around the country- “M” with Peter Lorre and “Le Samouraï” with Alain Delon..
http://siskelandebert.org/ 1rst episode..
Siskel & Ebert recount the selections for the absolute worst movies of 1998. This was the final "Worst of" episode Gene Siskel ever did before passing away..
They disagreed on on Kubrick's “Full Metal Jacket”. Gene thinks it's brilliant, and Roger thought it had flashes of brilliance but was on overall disappointment..
Gene and Roger Review "Purple Rain" in Best Movies Of 1984 Show (Part of scene had to be edited out because of copyright).
Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert discusses a list of films that they consider the worst of 1987..
2 enthusiastic thumbs up for John Sayles' "Lone Star", with Chris Cooper as a Texas Sheriff on the trail of old secrets. This is a wonderful movie, rich and ....
I attempt to do a review on this movie I love..
They both like Rocky, but Gene isn't as enthusiastic as Roger was, saying he didn't think the characters of Adrian and Paulie were believable enough..
See globally acclaimed directors Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and Martin Scorsese pay tribute to the late Japanese film director Akira Kurosawa. This tribute ....
This weeks reviews include Howard Stern biopic Private Parts, the love story Hard Eight starring Phillip Baker Hall and Gwyneth Paltrow, Donnie Brasco starring ....
Ebert's no. 1 - The Color Purple. Siskel's - Shoah. This is why I post these. This is why these videos are important. I had never heard of Shoah, and probably ....
2 raves for "My Dinner with Andre", Louis Malle's great film of a fascinating dinner conversation between 2 wildly different old friends..
Taken from 'best of 1985' and 'best of 1980's'..
Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert review the 1993 film "Groundhog Day" starring Bill Murray and directed by Harold Ramis. Both critics gave the movie two thumbs ....
2 thumbs up for Oliver Stone's absolutely riveting "Nixon", a tremendous psychological portrait of 1 of the 20th century's most enduring mysteries..
They were both in agreement on the Cambodian drama "The Killing Fields"..