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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Casablanca7. Casablanca (1942, reviewed September 15, 1996)

“What is intriguing is that none of the major characters is bad. Some are cynical, some lie, some kill, but all are redeemed. If you think it was easy for Rick to renounce his love for Ilsa–to place a higher value on Laszlo’s fight against Nazism–remember Forster’s famous comment, ‘If I were forced to choose between my country and my friend, I hope I would be brave enough to choose my friend.’”










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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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