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Worst of 1990

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Loose Cannons, Ghost Dad, Graffiti Bridge, RoboCop 2, Another 48 Hrs., Child’s Play 2, Desperate Hours, Night of the Living Dead, Funny About Love, Short Time, Sibling Rivalry, Courage Mountain, Jetsons: The Movie, The Nutcracker Prince, Wild Orchid, The Guardian

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5 thoughts on “Worst of 1990

  • I’m not sure if anyone else has brought this up already or not, but this appears to be the Worst of ‘89 video, not ‘90.

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  • You’re right, drguts of May 2019, and believe it or not it still is in May 2021. I mention this only in the hope that the slight can soon be corrected, not from any sense of malice, because I am so profoundly thankful that this website exists. About 3 months ago I started at the very beginning, when S&E talked about a new film called One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, and I’ve been watching them straight through, 3 or 4 a day, and it has been nothing short of delightful. There are few 25-season TV shows one can binge that stay as interesting and fun as these do, and to whoever taped these on VHS back in the day, carefully adjusting the tracking (boy, do I remember those days!) so the picture would come out right…… I just want to say thank you thank you thank you thank you!!! You’re my hero(ine)! Many a bad, Covid-haunted day has been brightened by this website and those two men, Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert. So thank you and thank you again. And whenever you get around to it, I’d love to see the Worst of 1990.

    • You are welcome, Bruce. I have received some big help from JediJones over the last few months getting this site straightened out! Others have contributed adding links that I was not aware of (which I am still behind). Anyway, again, thanks!

    • Bruce, I updated the page with a YouTube link to the correct video. Glad you’re enjoying the videos. These videos have come from many different sources over the years, and in some cases we’re linking to videos hosted on IMDB, YouTube or elsewhere. We’re trying to make this site the one place people can go to to see all the available Siskel and Ebert episodes without having to hunt around on different sites. There are still a lot of individual movie reviews out there that are not part of full episodes, so those may be something incorporated into the site at a later date.

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