#Disney2008 Ebert & Roeper – 2008 May 29, 2022February 26, 2023 firstmagnitude 3567 Views 11 Comments Elegy, Frozen River, Hell Ride, How the Garcia Girls Spent Their Summer, Pineapple Express, Sixty Six, Smart People, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2, Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Wall-E Best of 2007 Worst of 2007 Pineapple Express, Elegy, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2, Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Hell Ride The X-Files: I Want to Believe, American Teen, Brideshead Revisited, Step Brothers, Boy A Mamma Mia!: The Movie, Transsiberian, The Dark Knight, Space Chimps, Tell No One Sex and the City: The Movie, Savage Grace, The Strangers, Kung Fu Panda, The Foot Fist Way Finding Amanda, Journey to the Center of the Earth, WALL-E, Encounters At The End Of The World The Dark Knight, Hancock, Meet Dave, Hellboy II: The Golden Army, The Wackiness, Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired Get Smart, Kittredge: An American Girl, WALL-E, Mongol The Incredible Hulk, The Promotion, You Don’t Mess with The Zohan, The Happening, Baghead Nim’s Island, Sex and Death 101, Leatherheads, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Shine A Light 21, Chapter 27, Flawless, Stop-Loss, Run Fatboy Run Semi-Pro, Penelope, The Bank Job, The Other Boleyn Girl, Chicago 10 Vantage Point, Diary of the Dead, Charlie Bartlett, Be Kind Rewind, Taxi to the Dark Side Jumper, Definitely, Maybe, The Spiderwick Chronicles, Step Up 2 the Streets Post Views: 3,469
11 thoughts on “Ebert & Roeper – 2008”
There seem to be a bunch on that same site. Now you have some more to put up this summer. This pairing wasn’t that bad. It was like a Siskel and Ebert: The Next Generation, with a critic from the Tribune and a critic from the Sun Times again.
I hate to say it, but the show was never the same after Gene passed away. Whenever Roeper or Scott got into an argument, I felt it was “added” in as a show element. I never felt the critics, including Roger, we’re really expressing their true feelings about a movie that they were reviewing. Oh well!
Well, it was different with Ebert and Roeper than with Siskel and Ebert to some degree, but there were some moments I liked. And remember, Siskel and Ebert burned off a lot of years on PBS to get to where they were by the time it went to syndication.
I guess it just goes over to that site when you click on it?
I try to clean up the vids and repost them , but Vimeo started to threaten to take the videos down, so I am trying to work through them in some shape or fashion. I think the link works to Joseph’s channel?
Last time I checked.
Finally, got a new capture card! Now, I can capture some more episodes of “At the Movies” from my DVD-R collection from OBS Studio through my Sony Blu-ray Player! And just fix and re uploaded one episode with reviews of “Sex and the City: The Movie”, “The Strangers” and “Kung Fu Panda”. Still need to dig some more discs from my closet in my room.
Sounds great, Joseph! Let us know when you have them up!
Found plenty of “Ebert & Roeper” episodes, only ones from October 22, 2006 to August 17, 2008 (half of which I already have uploaded from my recordings and it’s missing the October 21, 2007 episode due to a Breaking News report) with Roeper and guest critics including A.O. Scott and Michael Phillips on “UCLA Library NewsScape” website. Along with complete episodes of “At The Movies” with Ben Lyons and Ben Mankiewicz and some with Michael Phillips and A.O. Scott. Plenty of them are going to be on my “BitChute” channel so hopefully anyone can download, save and share it on your webpage, Larry along with YouTube user, “That Old T.V.”, JediJones and all. It’s a pleasure for anyone who wants to archive, cherish and preserved a movie review program in the legacy of “Siskel & Ebert”, Roeper, Phillips, Scott and others and will never be considered as Lost Media in this generation! We want the balcony to stay open!
Turns out it’s missing 9 episodes from the 2007 episodes of “Ebert & Roeper”, which were guest critics on “UCLA Library NewsScape”. Between February 25 to April 15, 2007 and October 21, 2007 (as already mentioned). Hopefully, those and many others episodes of “Ebert & Roeper” will be found someday on the internet! Gotta keep on searching!
Hi Joseph. I typed UCLA Library Newscape and typed Ebert & Roeper in search box and no results were found. Where are you finding these episodes on the website?