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Old 12-26-05, 11:11 AM
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No Godfather II or Shawshank Redemption? Come on, Roger!

Sometimes I agree completely with Ebert, and other times I want to smack him upside the head.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Cinema
I'd hate to see what you guys would say about other critics' top 10 lists...especially from assclowns like Joel Siegel. His lists are like anyone elses. He doesn't make them to please you.
Fair enough. On the other hand, anyone who rates Last House on the Left higher than Godfather II deserves to take a little heat.
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Well, I think he has a different formula for rating different genres. You could compare 2 films from different genres all day and it would show 1 gets a higher rating than the other, even though the higher rated film is generally considered inferior.

He gave "The Ringer" 3 stars, but he also have the first 2 Lord of the Rings movies 3 stars as well. Most probably wouldn't say they are equals.

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