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Ebert & Roeper and the Movies – 2000

The Early Line – The Academy Awards

Nurse Betty, Turn It Up, The Way of the Gun, The Watcher, Dark Days

Almost Famous, Crime + Punishment in Suburbia, Bait, Duets, Human Resources

Remember the Titans, The Exorcist: The Version You’ve Never Seen, Under Suspicion AND Toronto International Film Festival

The Contender, Girlfight, Beautiful, Best in Show

Dr. T & The Women, Billy Elliot, The Ladies Man, Lost Souls, The Broken Hearts Club

Proof of Life, Pollock, The Emperor’s New Groove, Vertical Limit, State and Main, Dungeons & Dragons

Cast Away, What Women Want, Finding Forrester, Traffic, All the Pretty Horses, Before Night Falls

Thirteen Days, Chocolat, The Gift, The Family Man, The Claim

Best of 2000

15 thoughts on “Ebert & Roeper and the Movies – 2000

  • Shouldn’t the episode featuring “The First Deadly Sin” be under 1980 and not 2000?

    • You are right, Michael! Thank you! Working on correcting it now!

  • For 2000 I was wondering if you have episodes for the following films such as:

    Nutty Professor 2: The Klumps
    Coyote Ugly
    Hollow Man
    Space Cowboys
    The Art of War (Wesley Snipes)
    Remember the Titans (Denzel Washington, Ryan Gosling)
    Meet the Parents (Ben Stiller, De Niro)
    Get Carter 2000 (Stallone, Rourke, Caine)
    Charlie’s Angels (Diaz, Barrymore, Liu, Murray)
    The 6th Day (Schwarzenegger)
    Unbreakable (Bruce Willis)
    Next Friday (Ice Cube)
    Down to You
    Eye of the Beholder (Ewan McGregor, Ashley Judd)
    The Whole Nine Yards (Bruce Willis)
    Reindeer Games
    Mission to Mars
    The Ninth Gate
    Erin Brockovich
    Romeo Must Die (Jet Li, Aaliyah)
    The Road to El Dorado
    The Skulls

    • Can you please upload Ebert and Roeper reviews from 2004-2007? I want to see those reviews and I haven’t seen them since I used to go on the original At the Movies website as it was taken down after the show concluded.

      • I don’t have them, Stefan. Hopefully someone will share a link or their collection of videos from that time frame. Once that happens, I will post them!

        • @firstmagnitude, I understand that you may not have a review of each single month and year but it depends on the collection of videos and how it’s royalty free? Is that correct? Thanks for letting me know. I will stay tuned.

  • Larry, do you have the reviews of “Instinct”, “Parenthood” and “The Other Sister?” These episodes were on the old site.

  • I noticed that some Ebert and Roeper episodes have partial transcripts in the “quotes” section of the IMDB page for each episode. For example, I looked up the episodes for Tomb Raider 1 and 2 and those have transcripts of the reviews for each of those movies. Videos of those reviews don’t seem to be available online anymore. One of those episodes also had Spy Kids 3D transcribed. I clicked a couple episodes ahead and saw a transcript for the Gigli review, but they were one week off on the episode they put it on. So if you’re trying to find a missing review, you may want to try searching IMDB for a transcript in the quotes section of that episode.

  • Does anyone know what was the last episode that Roger Ebert appeared on? It sounds like it was around June 2006. IMDB has his name on this one, however they don’t have any transcripts to prove he was on it. The most recent transcript before this episode two weeks back:

    7/1/2006 – Superman Returns/Monster House/The Devil Wears Prada/Strangers with Candy/Who Killed the Electric Car?

    Then a week is skipped. The next two episodes don’t show any host’s name and are called “The Worst of the Year… So Far” and “Clerks II.” Another week is skipped and then we get an episode with Jay Leno as the guest critic, according to IMDB:

    8/5/2006 – Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby/Little Miss Sunshine/Shadowboxer/Miami Vice/The Night Listener

    After that, the rotating guest critics continue.

    Ebert does have a couple solo reviews from that July 1st episode on the Ebert YouTube channel, so I’m assuming IMDB was right and he did review them on the show also. Just not entirely sure.

  • Hi everyone, I don’t know which section I should post this in, but VHSgoodiesWA3 from the Internet Archive has recently uploaded new episodes from the Ebert and Roeper and Siskel and Ebert era! If VHSgoodiesWA3 is reading this, thank you very much for all your work!

  • I have found more full episodes. Should I send the links?

    • @Michael Divincenzo, sure you can! The more Ebert and Roeper links, the better 🙂 Excited to see some new ones.

      • There are also a ton 2010 reviews that needs to be uploaded and also a 1996 full episode to replace the incomplete one that I sent. I don’t know why nobody is uploading them.

  • Hi Michael, I tried to post the links that I found from the Internet Archive site and which aren’t found on this website. The user on that site uploaded the new episodes only this year. But the links are still waiting for moderation. Does anyone know how I can post the links to bypass this process, like replacing certain characters in the link?

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