33 Movies to Restore Your Faith in Humanity: Ebert's Essentials (2020)

33 Movies to Restore Your Faith in Humanity: Ebert's Essentials Roger Ebert Movies to Restore Your Faith in Humanity Ebert s Essentials Wondering if the world is really going to hell in a handbasket Then consider Roger Ebert s e book original Movies to Restore Your Faith in Humanity Read Roger s full length reviews of movies and re
  • Title: 33 Movies to Restore Your Faith in Humanity: Ebert's Essentials
  • Author: Roger Ebert
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  • Page: 414
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33 Movies to Restore Your Faith in Humanity: Ebert's Essentials Roger Ebert Wondering if the world is really going to hell in a handbasket Then consider Roger Ebert s e book original 32 Movies to Restore Your Faith in Humanity Read Roger s full length reviews of movies and rekindle your belief in the human spirit From the out of the world experience of E.T to the outer space drama of Apollo 13 to the personal insights into ordinary people in CWondering if the world is really going to hell in a handbasket Then consider Roger Ebert s e book original 32 Movies to Restore Your Faith in Humanity Read Roger s full length reviews of movies and rekindle your belief in the human spirit From the out of the world experience of E.T to the outer space drama of Apollo 13 to the personal insights into ordinary people in Cinema Paradiso and Everlasting Moments, you ll be reassured that maybe there is hope for us all Mix in historical dramas like The Bridge on the River Kwai and Gandhi, stories of personal heroism like Hotel Rwanda and Schindler s List, and the irresistible Up, and things will be looking, well, up As an added attraction, most of the reviews include clips from trailers from the movies, with such gems as Casablanca and Say Amen, Somebody From
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One thought on “33 Movies to Restore Your Faith in Humanity: Ebert's Essentials

  1. Algernon

    Sad movies rarely make me cry I pick up all the clues, the story hits its mark, the music underlines the emotion, but most of the time my interest is only technical For that matter, I don t cry a whole lot at the movies anyway But when I do, I notice that it s almost always because of the goodness of a character Someone in the film has been sympathetic, generous, or moved to help others because of a good heart Roger Ebert came late into my life, and departed much too soon after I discovered his [...]

  2. Kurt Pankau

    I checked this out from the library with a few other really short titles to cleanse my palate before leaping back into 800 page epic fantasy tomes I m enjoyed it, but I don t know if I would have wanted to pay for it although the Kindle price is under 4, so it s not like it s a huge investment And while I will go on in the next paragraph to complain about this mini book, I did add one of its titles to my Netflix queue, so it seemed to do the trick.If the chapters had been shortened to paragraphs [...]

  3. Gehayi

    I was very happy to read reviews of movies where the screenwriter, director and or actors got everything right and created works of such quality that they made the world itself just the tiniest bit better During this dreary, depressing year, it was a relief to hear unabashed praise that seemed to be deserved.

  4. Julie Davis

    E book only These are Ebert s previous reviews which he pulled together under a few different themes as essentials shortly before his death They are good in the way that all his writing was, with the added advantage that you will discover something unexpected in each category which might make you take a new look at how you categorize movies.

  5. Lisa

    I haven t seen all these movies, but I have seen many of them, and agree with Ebert that they are worthwhile and uplifting for the most part This is a collection of reviews that may remind you of movies you have intended to see or would like to see again Get it at the library if it s available it s not really a keeper.

  6. Christine

    Lyrical, lustrous prose in praise of movies that show us the goodness of people We need this these days Every movie represented here is steeped in authenticity Every review proceeds from the heart of our greatest movie critic, Roger Ebert He will be missed

  7. Katya Vinogradova

    Rober Ebert was a brilliant film critic, whose detailed and passionate reviews make you want to watch every movie he s ever loved, and skip every movie he s ever hated Though this collection is all about the best movies, so you can t go wrong with a single title on his list.

  8. Christine D

    I mostly agree with his picks being a film minor I m not an expert but I know what I m talking about when it comes to movies

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