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”
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”.
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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