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Ebert writes like a regular guy.
Still, a bad review can be a lot of fun to read and most of these ones, even the ones to movies I sort of liked and those I really liked are fun to read.
If you're truly curious about his take on modern movies, you'd be better off accessing his website than buying this book.
Ebert's books/reviews are always fun and interesting. Even if we often don't agree with his opinions his reviews are always entertaining.Published 2 months ago by jackie
A treat. Ebert's reviews of even more movies that suck are often laugh out loud funny, always nuanced and fair. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Ran through it in a slow hour or two. If you liked the others in the series, it's worth the read. If you haven't read "I Hated, Hated, Hated, Hated This Movie," go back and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jason D. Schneiderman
Wonderful book with Ebert's usual caustic, sarcastic wit. well in line with others inthe series, which should be read in order.Published 6 months ago by Kenneth Barth
Ebert was one of our finest movie critics--in this book and the others he's written in this area, he is witty and funny and passionate in his love for the movies, even as he... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Duncan Brown
This is the final collection of Ebert's movies that suck trilogy (see "I Hated, Hated, Hated This Movie" and "Your Movie Sucks"), featuring his evisceration of the Transformers... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Andrew M.
Raise your expectations because this is going to be better than you think, and details at length for this kind of movie fan.Published 14 months ago by Roberta R. Hilliger
I have concluded that reading the reviews of movies that Ebert disliked are more enlightening, and always funnier, than his raves.Published 14 months ago by James A. West
Ebert's reviews were thoughtful, searching, richly considered essays. These brutal reviews also have the distinction of being tremendously funny. Read morePublished 17 months ago by J.c. Beaglehole