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The Great Movies II Continuing The Pitch Perfect Critiques Begun In The Great Movies, Roger Ebert S The Great Movies II Collects 100 Additional Essays, Each One Of Them A Gem Of Critical Appreciation And An Amalgam Of Love, Analysis, And History That Will Send Readers Back To Films With A Fresh Set Of Eyes And Renewed Enthusiasm Or Perhaps To An Avid First Time Viewing Neither A Snob Nor A Shill, Ebert Manages In These Essays To Combine A Truly Populist Appreciation For Today S Most Important Form Of Popular Art With A Scholar S Erudition And Depth Of Knowledge And A Sure Aesthetic Sense Once Again Wonderfully Enhanced By Stills Selected By Mary Corliss, Former Film Curator At The Museum Of Modern Art, The Great Movies II Is A Treasure Trove For Film Lovers Of All Persuasions, An Unrivaled Guide For Viewers, And A Book To Return To Again And Again.Films Featured In The Great Movies II 12 Angry Men The Adventures Of Robin Hood Alien Amadeus Amarcord Annie Hall Au Hasard, Balthazar The Bank Dick Beat The Devil Being There The Big Heat The Birth Of A Nation The Blue Kite Bob Le Flambeur Breathless The Bridge On The River Kwai Bring Me The Head Of Alfredo Garc A Buster Keaton Children Of Paradise A Christmas Story The Color Purple The Conversation Cries And Whispers The Discreet Charm Of The Bourgeoisie Don T Look Now The Earrings Of Madame De The Fall Of The House Of Usher The Firemen S Ball Five Easy Pieces Goldfinger The Good, The Bad And The Ugly Goodfellas The Gospel According To Matthew The Grapes Of Wrath Grave Of The Fireflies Great Expectations House Of Games The Hustler In Cold Blood Jaws Jules And Jim Kieslowski S Three Colors TrilogyKind Hearts And Coronets King Kong The Last Laugh Laura Leaving Las Vegas Le Boucher The Leopard The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp The Manchurian Candidate The Man Who Laughs Mean Streets Mon Oncle Moonstruck The Music Room My Dinner With Andre My Neighbor Totoro Nights Of Cabiria One Flew Over The Cuckoo S Nest Orpheus Paris, Texas Patton Picnic At Hanging Rock Planes, Trains And Automobiles The Producers Raiders Of The Lost Ark Raise The Red Lantern Ran Rashomon Rear Window Rififi The Right Stuff Romeo And Juliet The Rules Of The Game Saturday Night Fever Say Anything Scarface The Searchers Shane Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs Solaris Strangers On A Train Stroszek A Sunday In The Country Sunrise A Tale Of Winter The Thin Man This Is Spinal Tap Tokyo Story Touchez Pas Au Grisbi Touch Of Evil The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre Ugetsu Umberto D Unforgiven Victim Walkabout West Side Story Yankee Doodle Dandy

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10 thoughts on “The Great Movies II

  1. says:

    As Roger Ebert is quick to point out, this is NOT a book of the second 100 Greatest Movies based on a ranking or rating system In fact, he holds many of the titles contained within this collection with equal esteem as those mentioned in the first book The only ranking he would admit to doing was for the Sight Sound polling of film critics and he wasn t happy about it Instead, he used a definition that a Great Movie was one that would

  2. says:

    There are many aspects to appreciate about Roger Ebert s writing There are two that make me a fan even though I disagreed with him many times 1 he was extremely knowledgeable about the history of film, and movies in general 2 he had what I can only describe as joy in his work It was contagious I know from writing movi...

  3. says:

    This volume hasforeign and less known films but like the original volume, the summaries and descriptions make you want to run out and rent the movies ASAP.

  4. says:

    Why or why did I find the second book first The story of my life Now I have to backtrack and read Book one too The book is a collection of essays by Ebert discussing some of the greatest movies of all time.This is not a second tier ranking after the films discussed in book one It is simply a compilation of essays from Ebert based on his watching and re watching of many of these films as well as reviews by he alone and those he worked on with Gene Siskel.One

  5. says:

    I ve reached a place where I m not sure what I think of Roger Ebert I know that he was a powerhouse in film review Hell, he even won a Pulitzer Prize for Criticism There s a reason for that his reviews are well done thorough, analytical, and full of love for film even when he does not love the film he s reviewing in particular Still, I do have to think about the fact that he is a straight, white man who views film through a different lens than I do He s very old sch

  6. says:

    Totally worth a readA movie fanatic s dream come true Ebert has fascinating insights into why certain movies stay with us, and why others don t I love how clearly he articulated why Alien was so great, and why West Side Story was on the list, even though it wasn t great.

  7. says:

    Loved it.

  8. says:

    I ve seen 57 out of 99 movies listed The short essays are ok, although sometimes relying simply too much of plot synopsis rather than inside info of WHY Ebert thinks they are great.And Planes, Trains and Automoblieks is not even a funny movie, let alone great Five Easy Pieces is pointless and plotless, while Solaris is rather boring 12 Angry MenThe Adventures of Robin HoodAlienAmadeusAmarcordAnnie HallAu Hazard, BalthazarThe Bank DickBeat the DevilBeing ThereThe Big HeatThe Birth of a N I

  9. says:

    As all of his later writing, the short essays in here are insightful, philosophical, as well as tender and personal Short love letters to some movies that Ebert loves, written perhapsas diary entries than critical studies don t get me wrong when I say that Ebert was a professional critic, so they still have great criticism, just of a personal rather than objective nature I ve returned to this book over and over again I m very eager to read his other two in the great m...

  10. says:

    Even though I regularly don t agree with his taste in movies, I respect Roger Ebert as a writer and critic I probably shouldn t have read the second volume so quickly after the first by the end I got somewhat tired of reading the reviews, trying to skim over parts that looked to be too spoiler laden.Movies Ebert makes me want to see, or see again 12 Angry MenAmarcordThe Bank DickBeat the DevilThe Big HeatBob le FlambeurBring Me the Head of Alfredo GarciaChildren of ParadiseThe Fireman s BallFi Even though

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