|Roger Ebert's Movie Yearbook 2003
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|Week after week, Roger Ebert sums up what makes movies work-and why some fail-in his incisive newspaper reviews and television show. In the process, his opinions have become the standard by which many cinema fans determine what they'll see.In Roger Ebert's Movie Yearbook 2003, the critic offers his reviews from January 2000 through mid-June 2002. Within nearly 900 pages, the Yearbook contains Ebert's analyses of more than 600 movies that range from Bridget Jones's Diary to A Beautiful Mind, from Gosford Park to Black Hawk Down. In addition to the big studio pictures, Ebert also covers the independent film world. The Yearbook includes reviews of foreign films, indie productions, animation, anime, documentaries, and sleepers. Also inside are Ebert's interviews and essays for the year, all of the year's Questions for the Movie Answer Man, and his daily columns from the Cannes, Telluride, Toronto, and Sundance film festivals. Movie fans appreciate the book's three-way index and comprehensive listing of Ebert's star ratings for every movie that has ever appeared in a Movie Home Companion, Video Companion, or Movie Yearbook. Roger Ebert's Movie Yearbook 2003 is a must-have book for everyone who loves the movies.
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