#Disney2001 Ebert & Roeper and the Movies – 2001 March 24, 2021November 27, 2022 JediJones 12339 Views 13 Comments 2001 Worst of 2000: We Hated Hated Hated These Movies! The Pledge, Snatch, The Amati Girls, Panic AND Memo to the Academy The Wedding Planner, Sugar & Spice, Shadow of the Vampire, Amy, Taboo Head Over Heels, The Invisible Circus, The Million Dollar Hotel AND Sundance Film Festival Hannibal, In the Mood for Love, Saving Silverman Sweet November, Recess: School’s Out, Down to Earth, Faithless, Yi Yi Monkeybone, 3000 Miles to Graceland, The Caveman’s Valentine, The Widow of St. Pierre Say It Isn’t So, Wit, The Brothers, The Tailor of Panama, The Gleaners and I (incomplete) Spy Kids, Tomcats, Someone Like You, Amores Perros Blow, Just Visiting, Along Came a Spider, Just Melvin: Just Evil Freddy Got Fingered, The Body, Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles, Keep the River on Your Right, The Center of the World Driven, The Golden Bowl, One Night at McCool’s, 61*, The Luzhin Defence The Mummy Returns, Time and Time, Town & Country, With a Friend Like Harry A Knight’s Tale, The King Is Alive, Angel Eyes, About Adam, Bread & Roses Moulin Rouge, Shrek, Calle 54, The Man Who Cried, Startup.com DVD Bells & Whistles Pearl Harbor, What’s the Worst That Could Happen?, The Anniversary Party, Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures Evolution, Sword Fish, Bride of the Wind, Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Divided We Fall A.I., The Fast and the Furious, Dr. Dolittle 2, The Princess and the Warrior Crazy/Beautiful, Baby Boy, Pootie Tang, Lost and Delirious, The Crimson Rivers, Himalaya Bandits, Iron Monkey, Mulholland Drive, From Hell, My First Mister Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Heist, Shallow Hal, Maze The Best of 2001 The Lord of the Rings: All Three Reviews Hardball, The Musketeer, The Glass House, Rock Star, Diamond Men Dekalog Film Series Discussed by Roger Ebert Post Views: 9,800
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Larry, there is still another 2001 episode you can add under here- Shallow Hal, Heist, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. Its under 2006.
Still waiting for these full episodes to be uploaded:
I am going to try to start working on it this weekend. The internet service is slow on my end, so I am visiting my daughter-in-law in New Jersey this weekend with a much faster internet service. That always helps!
I found an “Ebert & Roeper” episode online, recorded on “KOMO ABC 4 in Seattle, WA”. It’s from October 14, 2001 where they reviewed “Bandits”, “Iron Monkey”, “From Hell”, “Mulholland Dr.”, “My First Mister” and “Corky Romano”. Add this one, Larry.
Hey Joseph, Good to hear from you again! I will check it out right now. Thank you!
Hi, Joseph, nice find! Where did you find it posted?
I stumbled across online while I was looking for some commercial breaks to added from my YouTube channel and I was suddenly surprised to find an episode of “Ebert & Roeper” from October, 2001 that wasn’t available anywhere not even YouTube. This was at the time, I started watching some but not all episodes with both Roger Ebert and Richard Roeper. Therefore, I wasn’t a big fan of Roeper, don’t hate him I just found him as a smarmy, pedestrian film critic that’s not a great replacement for Gene Siskel. He’s better off as a columnist for “Chicago Sun-Times” which Ebert works. Although, there are times when I got used to him when he was with Michael Phillips and A.O. Scott and some substitute guests after Ebert left due to thyroid cancer surgery. Anyway, it was great to find a rare episode and I hope I can find some more if anybody online has some. I only have some episodes of “Ebert & Roeper” from late 2007 through August 2008 along with a few episodes of the 2008-09 season “At The Movies” with Ben Lyons and Ben Mankiewicz (Before I stopped when I realized how awful it was!) and the entire 2009-10 season of “At The Movies” with Michael Phillips and A.O. Scott when I recorded it on both KABC and Reelz Channel. But, I have to search for my collection through several DVD-Rs since I moved a long time ago and it’s going to be tough.
Hi, Joseph, thanks for the reply. Do you remember on what web site you found the KOMO ABC file with the Ebert & Roeper episode? Do you still have the address of the web site, or know what they named the file? I’d like to look at that site and see what else I can find. I saw the commercials you posted from there on your YouTube channel. That Batman OnStar commercial was cool. I forgot they even made those commercials. Thanks again for telling us about the new episode.
I agree Roeper wasn’t a great replacement for Siskel. But like you said, he worked pretty well with Michael Phillips. I still wish the show had continued, because it was a great way to keep up on what movies were coming out and get an idea how good they were in only a half hour a week.
That sounds like a great DVD-R collection of episodes you have. We would definitely post the episodes here if you can find them. If you find any at all, please let me talk to you on e-mail, Twitter or Facebook, and send you my Google Drive link to upload your files to. It’ll be better than having you post them to a video site, because the quality tends to get a little degraded every time they get posted to another video site. And it might save you some time.
I hope you can find some to look for them. You don’t need to find them all at once. It takes us time to process the files, so getting just a few episodes at a time would be better anyway, rather than getting everything at once. Let me know if there’s anything I can do to help you.
It’s going to be hard to say this but I found the “Ebert & Roeper” October, 2001 episode from a private torrent website called “MySpleen”. It came with the same video with “The Emperor’s New Groove”, “Alias”, “The Practice” and “KOMO 4 News”. You have to sign up for it if you going to grab it.
OK, thanks for sharing the info. Good hunting!
I found a new episode from 2001:
Same as before, it was just upload on YouTube through a TV Tube image.
The video has been posted here now so people don’t have to watch that reduced size version on YouTube. Thanks again for sending it to us.