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I Hated, Hated, Hated This Movie I Hated, Hated, Hated This Movie Is A Hilarious Collection Of Roger Ebert S Reviews Of Films That He Believes Should Be Avoided At Any Cost And Yet There Is A Certain Allure In The Deliciously Caustic Comments That Make The Reader Actually Want To Go Out And See These Movies After All, Who Wouldn T Want To Watch A Movie So Magnificently Bad That Its Sincere Idiocyhas To Be Seen To Be Appreciated

About the Author: Roger Ebert

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10 thoughts on “I Hated, Hated, Hated This Movie

  1. says:

    I Loved, Loved, Loved This Book I am almost embarrassed to admit I have seen wayof these movies than I did in the other Ebert book I read recently These are based upon his published reviews as a working film reviewer so many of the really bad movies from the 50s and

  2. says:

    My book reviews have sometimes been described as critical other times as emotionalsometimes they are called less complimentary things Whatever, compared to Mr Ebert, I m a piker when it comes to humorous evisceration I used to watch Siskel and Ebert on TV the book is dedicat

  3. says:

    Each review is a mini essay, showcasing Ebert s cinematic knowledge and humour The writing is accessible and conversational and the style of the reviews varies from film to film so you re not necessarily reading the same thing twice There are a lot of reviews in here, though, and the

  4. says:

    Roger Ebert has been my most trusted film critic This wasn t necessarily because we saw eye to eyeoften than not, but because he was someone who had a genuine love for sitting in a theater and viewing movies This wasimportant to him than the need to be witty or satirical in his reviews less a

  5. says:

    My boss would probably hate this book He s a big fan of David Denby s Snark, and thinks bitchy criticism is the devil I think it s hilarious, especially when it s being dealt out by a clever writer like Ebert I specify clever writer because, although I enjoy Ebert s reviews very much, I don t always a

  6. says:

    My father calls Roger Ebert his pooping buddy I would wager that few others refer to the esteemed, Pultizer winning Chicago based critic as such Dad has bestowed this singular honor upon the man because the shelf by the toilet in my childhood home is jam packed with Ebert s review books, and this laugh out lou

  7. says:

    The late Roger Ebert could write a review like no other Although one might not always agree with movie critics opinion Cotton Club springs to mind.I loved it, critics hated it..Ebert s insightful and hilarious dissection of what he thought were terrible films will make you chuckle And, surprisingly, you may agree with

  8. says:

    Is there anythingglorious than seeing a talented, insightful critic just tear into terrible art Maybe that s mean of me, but bad movies comics books etc are offensive in that they waste our precious time and often insult our intelligence, and occasionally you need someone to stand up and yell You suck Metaphorically, of course

  9. says:

    These reviews are mostly fun, not extraordinary insightful and certainly not academic in nature, but then again we re not talking about movies that will stand the test of time.

  10. says:

    Fast readFirst, don t get this in Kindle form Whenever a new section would be introduced, a page would be lost Good book otherwise

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