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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

Roger Joseph Ebert was a Pulitzer Prize winning American film critic and screenwriter.He was known for his weekly review column appearing in the Chicago Sun Times since 1967, and later online and for the television program Siskel Ebert at the Movies, which he co hosted for 23 years with Gene Siskel After Siskel s death in 1999, he auditioned several potential replacements, ultimately choosing Richard Roeper to fill the open chair The program was retitled Ebert Roeper and the Movies in 2000.Ebert s movie reviews were syndicated tothan 200 newspapers in the United States and abroad He wrotethan 15 books, including his annual movie yearbook In 1975, Ebert became the first film critic to win a Pulitzer Prize for Criticism His television programs have also been widely syndicated, and have been nominated for Emmy awards In February 1995, a section of Chicago s Erie Street near the CBS Studios was given the honorary name Siskel Ebert Way Ebert was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in June 2005, the first professional film critic to receive one Roger Ebert was named as the most influential pundit in America by Forbes Magazine, beating the likes of Bill Maher, Lou Dobbs, and Bill O Reilly 2 He has honorary degrees from the University of Colorado, the American Film Institute, and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.From 1994 until his death in 2013, he wrote a Great Movies series of individual reviews of what he deemed to be the most important films of all time He also hosted the annual Roger Ebert s Overlooked Film Festival in Champaign, Illinois from 1999 until his death.



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 early 60s do not appear And these movies had to be released to theaters so no dreadful direct to VHS or cable movies made the cut Lastly the films seem to end


  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 dedicated to Gene Siskel and found that I agreed with Mr Ebert maybe half the time Here even if I enjoyed one of the movies he drags over the coals as in say A


  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 bulk of them are for films I ve never seen or have no interest in seeing part two , the 2nd or return to Ibrowsed than read, looking for reviews


  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 about ego andabout the emotional and artistic experience When I saw this book, I was immediately curious What films did he find to be so te


  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 agree with his taste in movies In that I tend to like even fewer of them than he does If this were my book, it would be called I Hat


  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 loud collection of some of his crankier write ups is by far the most worn and dog eared of the bunch Ebert s reviews are always


  7. 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 In print, rather than yelling And with a lotwit and style than that I don t always agree with Ebert s negati


  8. 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 him on most of his choices I must admit, however, there were a few that I never heard of..maybe they were so bad they s


  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:

    I had originally given Roger Ebert s first volume of Movies That Suck , I Hated, Hated, Hated This Movie, four stars upon careful consideration very much on the grounds that the first volume is ultimately the best I gave it five Yes, in Your Movie Sucks, Ebert hits a stride, with almost a heyday of cruddy movies I Hated, Hated, Hated This Movie lays the groundwork for that book Yes, it does very much feel, in A Horrible Experience of Unbea


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