Le Divorce, The Housekeeper, Open Range, American Splendor, 2003

Thumbs Up Videos – Chicago, The Kid Stays in the Picture, Bowling for Columbine, All That Jazz

Looked at again – S.W.A.T, Freaky Friday, Gigli

Roger talks about his health issues near the end of the show.

3 thoughts on “Le Divorce, The Housekeeper, Open Range, American Splendor, 2003

  • June 3, 2020 at 7:41 pm

    Very classy of Roger to admit his mistake on “All That Jazz”. I really liked that musical and didn’t like his review at the time. I guess he never changed his mind on “Gladiator”, “Cop and a Half”, or “Home Alone 3”. I wonder if he ever came around on “The Elephant Man”.

    • June 5, 2020 at 9:39 am

      Roger also said in one of his Answer Man columns that he may change his mind on The Usual Suspects as he planned to re-watch that film. I doubt he did those.

      However, in his defence, I’ve watched the film three times and I just don’t get what the fuzz is about. While it’s a good, competent, and at times memorable movie, it doesn’t strike me as great or being labelled as the 32nd best rated film on IMDB. Here I think is a film that has been overhyped by fans and its cult status.

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