My Favorite Roger: A Table of Contents
April 25, 2016
Over the past few years, we've been polling various contributors to
RogerEbert.com about one of their favorite pieces of writing by Roger, whether it's a review, blog post or interview. We've collected all of the posts below, and will update the list whenever we have a new contribution. Make sure to check out our "Roger's Favorites" table of contents as well, in which we highlight the actors and filmmakers that he championed throughout his career. Nick Allen: Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed
Ali Arikan: Frequency
Monica Castillo: Star Wars Erik Childress: Dead Again Seongyong Cho: The Lonely Lady Olivia Colette: Last Tango in Paris Matt Fagerholm: Mr. Magoo Scott Jordan Harris: Bonnie & Clyde Odie Henderson: Living Out Loud Donald Liebenson: "The Only Great Party is a Boy and a Girl and a Whole Cheesecake: An Interview with Groucho Marx” Michael Mirasol: "The Blog of Blogs" Jana Monji: Roger's blog essay "Blackie Come Home" Lisa Nesselson: "Love and Hate and 'Knowing' -- Or, Do Wings Have Angels?" Omer M. Mozaffar: Milk Money Michał Oleszczyk: The Passion of the Christ Sheila O'Malley: Kwik Stop Matt Zoller Seitz: Stormy Monday Tom Shales: Dead Poets Society Peter Sobczynski: Blue Velvet Collin Souter: Your Highness Scout Tafoya: The Last Mistress Gerardo Valero: Patch Adams Pablo Villaça: Poolhall Junkies Anath White: Last Tango in Paris Mark Wilkening: Searching for Bobby Fischer
Alissa Wilkinson: The Long Goodbye
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