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Where would you put Mr. James Joyce?

Lists are dumb, but they have a certain persuasive power. I remember poring over a list of the Ten Greatest Films of All Time that Roger Ebert included in one of his video guides of the nineteen-eighties: it led me...
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Reviewing Ebert's 'Greatest Films': Red River (1948)

Entertainment / Film : ScreenCrave (2 years ago)

Years ago, ScreenCrave contributor Jaime Lopez privately began tackling Roger Ebert’s “Greatest Films” list, an ever-expanding monolith of celluloid currently comprised of 354 films.   With 265 under his belt and less than 100 films... Read Post

Roger Ebert’s Best Film Lists for 2009

Entertainment / Film : SlashFilm (5 years ago)

It's that time of the year again. Top ten lists are popping up everywhere (the /Filmcast's will hit next week), and the annual movie list aggro war is in full swing (it's a thing, trust me). Roger Ebert has finally unveiled his sele... Read Post

Reviewing Roger Ebert’s ‘Greatest Films’: Written in the Wind (1956)

Entertainment / Film : ScreenCrave (2 years ago)

Years ago, ScreenCrave contributor Jaime Lopez privately began tackling Roger Ebert’s “Greatest Films” list, an ever-expanding monolith of celluloid currently comprised of 354 films.   With 261 under his belt and less than 100 films... Read Post


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