Found April 04, 2013 on Larry Brown Sports:
Roger Ebert died Thursday at the age of 70. Ebert was not only one of the greatest film critics of our time, but also a fantastic writer. The man won a Pulitzer Prize and entertained us with his great movie reviews both in writing and on TV. As I have gotten more and more into movies over time, I started comparing my reviews of a movie to those of the critics. More often than not, my thoughts seemed to agree most with Ebert’s. The man had an excellent way of expressing his thoughts and, despite not being overly critical, was not afraid to say when he disliked a movie. In honor of Ebert, we decided to share portions of his reviews of some of the most notable sports movies. (click on the links to read his full review) Hoop Dreams (4 stars) A film like “Hoop Dreams” is what the movies are for. It takes us, shakes us, and make us think in new ways about the world around us. It gives us the impression of having touched life itself. [...] Many filmgoers are reluctant to see documentaries,...
1 Comment:
  • I dont believe most people regard his movie reviews or for that matter anyones reviews as being beneficial, as movies for some might be fantastic and others regard as soso. Most movies are determined by watching previews.
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