Remembering Roger Ebert: The Critic's 15 Most Memorable Reviews

Chicago Sun-Times film critic Roger Ebert passed away on April 4, 2013 following his 11-year battle with cancer. We remember him through his best reviews.
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Beauty and the Beast3. Beauty and the Beast (reviewed November 22, 1991)

“Beauty and the Beast slipped around all my roadblocks and penetrated directly into my strongest childhood memories, in which animation looked more real than live-action features. Watching the movie, I found myself caught up in a direct and joyous way. I wasn’t reviewing an ‘animated film.’ I was being told a story, I was hearing terrific music, and I was having fun.”











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  1. Richard says:

    "Your intellect may be confused, but your emotions will never lie to you."- one of my favorite quote by Roger Ebert.

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