One episode found of Univision's Latin Fashion, Music, Sports and Entertainment Series. Recorded on May 4, 2002.

One episode found of Univision's Latin Dance Series. Recorded on May 4, 2002.

It's really tough to say this! I didn't wanna upload this episode using my Sony Carl Zeiss Cybershot Digital HD Camera to filmed it through my TCL 43''inch 4K UHD Smart Roku TV. But I had no other choice, I tried to ripped this episode to my computer using "Handbrake" and wouldn't budge. Couldn't even play it on Windows Media DVD player. Surprisingly, it works on my Sony 4K player, DVD and Blu-ray players. I know, it sucks! Hopefully someday, I'll find a capture card device like "Elgato Video Converter" to ripped this much better and re-uploaded it! Until then, this will be up for now.

Note: For those who are photosensitive, there are a bit motion blur set in auto focus, bright light reflection from the lamp and jolted shaky movements.

Richard Roeper and Guest Critic, Michael Phillips reviews "Sex and the City: The Movie" (For it's movie adaptation of the popular HBO hit series, it was alright.), "Savage Grace", "The Strangers", "Kung Fu Panda (The best DreamWorks' CGI Animated Martial Arts Family Comedy! Saw it twice in theatres and have it on DVD. Before it became a franchise and a TV Series!) and "The Foot Fist Way".

New On Video: "Semi-Pro", "Flawless" (2008) and "Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show". Roeper's Pick is "The Dirty Harry Ultimate Collector's Edition" and Phillips' pick is "Control".

Three to See: Phillips' picks are "The Strangers", "Sex and The City: The Movie" and "Iron Man".


Roeper's Book, "Debunked!" was available at "". You can get it on, ebay, Barnes & Noble and other places.

I regret myself not recording the entire show, two great films like "No Country for Old Men" and "American Gangster" were reviewed on the same day, that was my fault. Did this for the review of Jerry Seinfeld's Dreamworks' Animated feature, "Bee Movie" (2007). This isn't the only time, I did it with "Enchanted" (2007) too. I didn't start recorded more until the winter season. Maybe someday if someone has a VHS, DVD-R and maybe Tivo recordings of "Ebert & Roeper" including most of the fall 2007 episodes to upload online on a torrent site, I'll be thrilled to get them!

Richard Roeper & Guest Critic, A.O. Scott review it and gave a positive reception! Of course with Ray Liotta's Special Honey! Haha! I also love the movie as well, saw it in 0.25,00000000000000x speed! Just kidding! Saw it in theatres in normal speed and bought the DVD and later, Blu-ray. Oh and R.I.P. Ray Liotta, a fantastic underrated actor.

Jeffrey Lyons & Alison Bailes reviews "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears A Who!" (I'm with Lyons on this film, I love it! With Jim Carrey and Steve Carrell. Disagree with Bailes), "Funny Games" (What was Bailes smoking? It's a horrible and torture Home Invasion film both original and remake! And seriously, she has the nerve to back Lyons down for loving "Rambo?" sheesh!), "Sleepwalking" (I have it on Blu-ray when I found it at Dollar Tree. Great film!), "Paranoid Park", "Doomsday", "Never Back Down" and "Blindslight".

Top Billings: Lyons interviews Charlize Theron & Nick Stahl for "Sleepwalking".

DVD Roundup: "Enchanted" and "Atonement".

Netflix's Pick of the Week: "The Jungle Book" (1967).


Final Takes: Bailes explains about Roland Emmerich's worst big budget sludge, "10,000 B.C." box-office track record, bad reception and buzz in the Spring.

Plus, Local Commercials from KNBC.

Something that came from my DVD-R collection. I actually recorded a different movie review program that aired on KNBC NBC 4 in Los Angeles. Although, not as great as "At The Movies". I think I have a few in my collection, only did it for a special episode or so.

Jeffrey Lyons (Film Critic and Historian who was the host of PBS' Sneak Previews. A movie review program where Siskel & Ebert originated from.) & Alison Bailes reviews "Speed Racer", "What Happens in Vegas", "The Fall", "Turn the River", "Noise" (Bailes must be blind to think this was entertaining!) and "Surfwise".

Top Billing: Lyons interviews Emilie Hirsch for "Speed Racer".

DVD Roundup: "Untraceable", "The Great Debaters" and "I'm Not There".

Netflix's Pick of The Week: "The Emperor's Club".


Final Takes: Bailes informs that Amy Winehouse will not performed the theme song for the upcoming James Bond film "Quantum of Solace" and explains in the past numerous Bond films where originally other artists would perform and soon be replaced (I wish they replaced Madonna's horrible track in "Die Another Day" and Billie Ellish's track in "No Time To Die").

Plus, Local Commercials from KNBC.

Well, what do you know? I found another rare "Ebert & Roeper" episode!

Roger Ebert & Richard Roeper reviews "American Wedding" (Hilarious third installment in the "American Pie" franchise!), "Buffalo Soldiers" (A Fantastic Anti-War Comedy with Joaquin Phoenix, Ed Harris, Anna Paquin and Scott Glenn that got delayed for two years all because of the 9/11 tragedy and the War of Iraq! Meaning in the studios' motto of a dumbed-down PC culture, "Let's dumping them in the wrong months and year and become biggest flops at the Box Office that no audience will have a chance to see! Similar to the recent pandemic of today. Although some films were hits! Here's a historical note, During a press conference, a woman actually threw a water bottle at actress, Anna Paquin because of the movie. No joke!), "Spy Kids 3D: Game Over" (Saw this at the oldest, grimy and filthiest "Campus Theatre" in Hollywood, CA! It was unpleasant to watch with poor mono audio, the projection on the full frame screen was mediocre and the analgyph 3D glasses gave me a headache. The film was a disappointment after the first two "Spy Kids" films.), "Seabiscuit" (A second review and a magnificent achievement with Tobey Maguire, Chris Cooper and Jeff Bridges!), "Hotel" (Writer/Director, Mike Figgis' career was just going for ambiguous concepts of videotape footages with Hollywood actors. Like his previous film, "Timecode" in 2000 with multiple split-screens set in real time. I like him better when he did intelligent drama and thrillers like "Internal Affairs" and "Leaving Las Vegas".), "Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life" (While not a great sequel to the first "Tomb Raider", it's lots of fun, exciting and Angelina Jolie is sensational! As well as strong, sexy and intelligence as Lara Croft! I don't blame Ebert for his recommendation! Roeper is just full of himself as always!) and "Masked and Anonymous".

Thumbs Up Video: Roeper's pick is "Shanghai Knights" on DVD (I have that sequel along with the first, "Shanghai Noon" on Blu-ray. I did have just the sequel on DVD) and Ebert's pick is "Valley Girl" (The original and still the best teen flick! Screw the 2020 Musical Remake!) Also, "Casablanca" (I have the Double Feature Blu-ray with "The African Queen". Both excellent classics with Humphey Bogart!)

Plus, Local Commercials are included from KCRG ABC 9 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Richard Roeper and Guest Critic, Michael Phillips reviews "Pineapple Express" (Both of them just lost their sense of humor! This is an hilarious stoner comedy! Starring: Seth Rogen, James Franco, Danny McBride, Gary Cole and Rosie Perez. Oh, and did you know there's a "Pineapple Express" Milkshake at Jack at the Box recently? Perfect timing isn't it?) , "Elegy", "The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants 2", "Vicky Cristina Barcelona" and "Hell Ride" (Just have it on Blu-ray from "Dollar Tree!" A Hell of a lifetime!

New on DVD: Roeper's pick is "Smart People" (Smart pick, Roeper! I love that movie!) and Phillips' Pick is "How The Garcia Girls Spent Their Summer".


Three to See: Phillips' picks (In Hell he would) are "Sixty Six", "Frozen River" and "WALL-E".

Plus, Local Commercials are included.

Richard Roeper and Guest Critic, Michael Phillips reviews "The X-Files: I Want to Believe" (A long-awaited sequel to the 1998 Sci-Fi Paranormal Theatrical Original, Based on the Popular Series Created By Chris Carter. Starring: David Duchovny as Agent Mulder and Gillian Anderson as Agent Sully. Also, Billy Connolly. It was alright.), "American Teen", "Brideshead Revisited", "Step Brothers" (Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly reunited after "Talladega Nights" and it's a mediocre comedy.) and "Boy A" (Andrew Garfield's Early melodrama).

New on Video: "Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay" and "Never Back Down". Roeper's Pick is "WarGames: 25th Anniversary Edition" (Excellent movie! I have that DVD, need to find the Blu-ray someday.) and Phillips' pick is "Shine a Light".


Three to See: Phillips' picks are "Journey to the Center of the Earth", "Tell No One" and "The Dark Knight".

Plus, Local Commercials are included.

Richard Roeper and Guest Critic, Michael Phillips reviews "Mamma Mia!: The Movie" (Based on the Hit Musical from 70s Swedish-pop group, "ABBA". Starring: Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth & Amanda Seyfried.), "Transsiberian", "The Dark Knight" (A second review), "Space Chimps" (Just Awful, Roeper has no life!) and "Tell No One".

New On Video: Yes, as we come to this, Roeper's pick is the forgettable and pretentious gambling thriller, "21" while Phillips picks a quality film from Akira Kurosawa, "High and Low".


Three to See: Roeper's Picks are "WALL-E", "Hancock" and "The Dark Knight".

Plus, Local Commercials are included.

It's Summer Superhero month in July and the Greatest Summer of 2008!

Richard Roeper and Guest Critic, Michael Phillips reviews "The Dark Knight" ("Why So Serious?" "Let Me Put a Smile on Your Face!" The biggest blockbuster and the hype of them all! The Best "Batman" Sequel from Director, Christopher Nolan and Starring: Christian Bale as "Batman" and the late, great Heath Ledger as the "Joker!"), "Hancock" (Underrated Action/Comedy Superhero film with Will Smith, Jason Bateman and Charlize Theron.), "Meet Dave" (Another Dumb Comedy from Eddie Murphy and Director, Brian Robbins.), "Journey to the Center of The Earth" (A second review), "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" (An Awesome sequel to the original "Hellboy". Roeper learn his lesson after giving that film a negative review.), "The Wackiness" and "Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired".


Three to See: Phillips' picks are "Hellboy II: The Golden Army", "Journey to the Center of the Earth" and "WALL-E".

Plus, Local Commercials are included.

This is a Laserdisc footage of "Sneak Prevue" from July, 1992.

Note: For the sound, The Left Audio is the footage while the Right Audio is the Audio Feed. Courtesy of Ari Weinstein.

Richard Roeper and Guest Critic, Michael Phillips reviews "Wanted" (A Stellar, Hyper-Violent Action Flick with Angelina Jolie, James McAvoy and Morgan Freeman), "Finding Amanda" (Wow, Roeper! You had to take 3 Critic quotes to come up for a Matthew Broderick's film in your mind!), "Journey to the Center of the Earth" (A Fascinating 3D Experience when I saw it in theatres! Now, have it on both DVD and Blu-ray!), "WALL-E" (A second review but it gets better and better seeing it! Of course, you can't help both "Wall-E" and "Eva" saying their names as they cried out for each other! Wonderful film!) and "Encounters At The End Of The World" (Werner Herzog's documentary is an incredible journey somewhere in Antarctica!)

New On Video: "Vantage Point", "Drillbit Taylor" and "My Blueberry Nights" (I thought this was a sweet romantic movie! Disagree with both of them!). Roeper's pick are "Sex and Death 101" and "Heathers: 20th High School Reunion Edition" (I have both the old "Anchor Bay" DVD release from "Goodwill" and the Blu-ray) Phillips' pick is "Mad Men: Season 1".


Three to See: Roeper's Picks are "The Incredible Hulk", "Wanted" and "WALL-E".

Plus, Local Commercials are included.

I've skip the review for "The Love Guru". Hmm... I wonder why? Maybe because it sucks balls! An unfunny embarrassing mess, Timberlake won't stop mugging through the camera and shaking his schlong and it's painful to watch!! It ruined Mike Myers' comic repetition! Oh and you're not missing much, both Roeper and Phillips gave it a "Skip It!" Put a red "censored" box on the left to blocked "Coming Up... "The Love Guru" during the middle of the "Kit Kittredge" review and edited the hell out of it! There are some people even dreaded Timberlake fans who want to see the review for their curiosity. Like the old saying, "Curiously kills the cat!" I'm truly sorry to say this, I don't have the review. It's erased from existence! If someone has the same recording or the actual review from the defunct Buena Vista "", good luck for you and others! Without further ado, here's a nearly complete episode.

Richard Roeper and Guest Critic, Michael Phillips reviews "Get Smart" (Despite of its problems with the script, unnecessary Pop Culture stuff and more, I like this film adaptation based on the popular 60s TV spy comedy with Don Adams and Barbara Felton. With Steve Carell and Anne Hathaway), "Kit Kittredge: An American Girl", "WALL-E" (One of the most beautiful Pixar films ever made, a robot's love story!), and "Mongol".

New on Video: 10,000 B.C. (Garbage Stone Age film and Roland Emmerich's worst! And he hasn't recovered since. Phillips, what are you smoking?), "Charlie Bartlett" (I would say "See It!") and "The Spiderwick Chronicles" (Also, would say "See It!" Don't listen to Roeper!). Roeper's pick are "In Bruges" and "The Hammer" and Phillips' pick is "Definitely, Maybe".


Three to See: Phillips' picks are "Kit Kittredge: An American Girl", "The Incredible Hulk" and "Kung Fu Panda".

Plus, Local Commercials are included!

Richard Roeper and Guest Critic, Michael Phillips reviews "The Incredible Hulk" (A Smashing and Underrated Marvel Action Superhero Sequel and Part of the MCU!), "The Promotion", "You Don't Mess with the Zohan" (Screw Roeper, I like that comedy with Adam Sandler. Sandler had worst comedies in the 2010s starting with "Just Go With It".), "The Happening" (M. Night Shaymalan's first and only R-rated film ever made and it still stinks like a bad "Stephen King" adaptation! Roeper must have ate smokie wieners for recommending this crap! No surprise, that he love "The Village", Shaymalan's first worst movie that ruin his reputation as a writer, director and producer. What a hack!) and "Baghead".

Take 2: Jack Black gets even with Roeper for giving a negative review of "Nacho Libre". "Three Lawnmower pulls! Ha! Ha!"

New on Video: "Fool's Gold", "Chaos Theory" (Not Ryan Reynolds' best) and "Be Kind Rewind". Roeper's pick is "Californication: The First Season" and Phillips' pick is "Under The Same Moon".


Three to See: Roeper's picks are "Kung Fu Panda", "The Happening" (Roeper's totally high!) and "The Incredible Hulk".

Richard Roeper and Guest Critic, Michael Phillips takes a look back at the Best and Worst Films during mid' 2008 on a Special show.

Plus, Local Commercials are included.

Richard Roeper and Guest Critic, Michael Phillips reviews "Nim's Island", "Sex and Death 101", "Leatherheads" (George Clooney stars and directed this 20s style Football Comedy with Renee Zellweger and John Krasinski from "The Office"), "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" (A Feel-Great, Fun and Hilarious Tropical Comedy from producer, Judd Apatow. Starring: Jason Segal, Bill Hader, Kristen Bell, Jonah Hill, Paul Rudd, Russell Brand and Mila Kunis.) and "Shine a Light" (Martin Scorsese directs a "Rolling Stones" Concert Documentary! They sure go well together!).

New on DVD: "Lions for Lambs" (I have it on DVD that I purchased recently at "Dollar Tree" and my "Showtime" recording. It's a good film), "Reservation Road", "The Waterhorse: Legend of the Deep" (Seriously, Roeper? I would recommend highly! It's one of the better family films about the "Loch Ness" monster.) Roeper's pick is "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story" and Phillips' pick is "There Will Be Blood".

Three to See: Phillips' pick are "Flawless" (2008), "The Bank Job" and "Shine a Light".


An update on "Roger Ebert" about his health recovery from thyroid cancer surgery and will write some reviews on his Chicago Sun-Times website and his 10th anniversary of "Ebertfest" as he attended. (A clip from "Siskel & Ebert" when they review "Broken Arrow" is shown").

Plus, Local Commercials is included.

Richard Roeper and Guest Critic, Michael Phillips reviews "Semi-Pro", "Penelope" (Reese Witherspoon co-produced, who also stars in this underrated dark Tim Burton-esque Grimm's Fairy Tale-like fantasy romantic comedy from director, Mark Palansky with Christina Ricci as Penelope who has a pig nose as a witches' curse along with James McAvoy and Catherine O'Hara. It was made in 2006 but didn't came out in the states until "Summit Entertainment" picked up the distribution after IFC and "The Weinstein Company" dropped out. The original cut was 104 minutes while the US and UK version are cut down to 80 minutes. You only have to get the German Blu-ray release for the original cut. Another reason why overseas gets everything Americans don't!), "The Bank Job" (Roeper and Phillips were totally overjoyed about this excellent Action Heist film with Jason Statham!), "The Other Boleyn Girl" and "Chicago 10".

Now in Theatres: "Vantage Point", "Charlie Bartlett" and "Be Kind Rewind".


New on DVD: "Awake" (Yes, I have it on DVD when I got it last year at "Dollar Tree". Strange drama and not very good. But Jessica Alba is worth the look along with Fisher Stevens who also co-producer, Terrance Howard and Hayden Christensen.), "My Kid Could Paint That". Roeper's pick is "Things We Lost in the Fire" (Overlooked Drama Starring: Bencio Del Toro, Halle Berry and David Duchony) and Phillips' pick is "Into The Wind" (Visual Emotional Drama from Director, Sean Penn and Starring: Emilie Hirsch.)

Plus, Local Commercials are included.

Richard Roeper and Guest Critic, Michael Phillips reviews "Vantage Point" (Implausible mess and preposterous thriller with a wasted cast of veteran actors like Dennis Quaid, Sigourney Weaver, the late, great William Hurt ("Eyewitness" reunion there), Forest Whitaker and even, Matthew Fox from "Lost" and "Party of Five" involved! The trailer gave away the twist, too! Sony should be the blame for their poor marketing.), "Diary of the Dead" (Legendary Producer, Writer, Director, George A. Romero's first attempt at using Zombie Horror film as a "Found Footage". It didn't work, too many brainless characters with poor acting skills, bitching and complaining at the cameraman! You actually feel bad for him recording it, it's not scary, too many shakiness and jump scares. This is the reason why I had my fuse boiling on "Found Footage/POV" films that I can't stand! The only thing that's impressive is the gory Zombie scenes and that's it! A major disappointment for Romero! I disagree with Phillips. I rather watch "Cloverfield" and "The Blair Witch Project" over this!), "Charlie Bartlett" (I miss Anton Yelchin and this is his great performance in a quirky coming-of-age comedy that I recently bought on DVD at "Dollar Tree" and I did record it on Showtime in 2009! Big disagreement on both Phillips and Roeper on this!), "Be Kind Rewind" (An underrated comedy/drama from Michel Gondry and Starring: Jack Black, Mos Def, Danny Glover and again, Sigourney Weaver in a thankless unpleasant role! I love it and it's not just about erasing VHS tapes and posing short mini parodies of popular films at a local video store! It's about caring, saving a building where a jazz legend was born there, facing demolition from high-end redevelopment! I saw it in theatres and later, bought the Blu-ray at what else? "Blockbuster Video" before it was ready to be shut down!) and "Taxi to the Dark Side".

New on Video: "30 Days of Night" (I have on Blu-ray and it's a scary vampire film! I disagree with Roeper.), "Goya's Ghosts" and "Death at a Funeral" (Original British Comedy from Director, Frank Oz that I love! Another disagreement with Roeper but I will agree with him on the dreadful remake, though!). Roeper's pick is "Beowulf" (Still need to find the Blu-ray of this film) and Phillips' pick is "The Darjeeling Limited".

Plus, Local Commercials are included.

Richard Roeper and Guest Critic, A.O. Scott reviews "Jumper" (Yawn! A Very boring and poorly executed action film with Jedi Masters, Hayden Christensen and Samuel L. Jackson in his worst performance and his worst year for movies. Talented director, Doug Liman had did better movies such as "Swingers", "Go", "The Bourne Identity" and "Edge of Tomorrow". Sometimes, he has some stinkers like "This" and "Chaos Walking" ), "Step Up 2: The Streets" (Okay I admitted! Briana Evigan, Greg's Daughter is hot and her dance moves were sensual and sexy. She was the main reason to see it. But, this sequel felt empty with a flat story and it had some really bad pop songs included with some nice dancing edited down like a music video. It's average and it could have been better. I did however, like the original with Channing Tatum, who makes a cameo appearance in the sequel.), "The Spiderwick Chronicles" (I have it on DVD and I enjoy it unlike Scott and Roeper who both blew it!) and "Definitely, Maybe" (I love this sweet romantic comedy with Ryan Reynols, Isla Fisher, Abigail Breslin, Elizabeth Banks and Rachel Weisz!).

Direct To DVD: "Bordertown" and "I Could Never Be Your Woman".

New on DVD: "Michael Clayton", "Rendition", and "Margot at the Wedding". Roeper's pick is "American Gangster: 2-Disc Unrated Extended Version" (I got to find that movie on Blu-ray and 4K UHD someday!) and Scott's pick is "In The Valley of Elah".

Plus, Local Commercials included.

A very bad week of February stinkers, well except for "In Bruges" and "Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show!"

Richard Roeper and Guest Critic, A.O. Scott reviews "Fool's Gold" (Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson's second comedy since "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days?" and it's so putrid, it hurts!), "In Bruges", "Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show", "The Hottie and The Nottie" (Paris Hilton is god awful in anything! Her stupid reality show, "The Simple Life", her singing, her beauty, her best friend, Kim Kardashian and worst of all, her dreadful films! This is one of them!) and "Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins" (This and "College Road Trip" are two of Martin Lawrence's worst that year! It tries so hard to be a warmhearted family comedy but ends up being a dumb one with wasted talents around).

Now on Video: "The Assassination of Jessie James", "The Brave One" and "Across The Universe" (I have the 2-Disc Edition on DVD and yet to find the Blu-ray! It's a better Beatles musical than "St. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band" I'm serious!). Roeper's pick is "Gone Baby Gone" and Scott's pick is "In the Shadow of the Moon".

Plus, Local Commercials included.

Richard Roeper and Guest Critic, Michael Phillips reviews "Cloverfield" (A Monstrous "Found Footage" flick that I loved from Director, Matt Reeves. Be aware of the shaky cam that makes people queasy and nauseous! It later became a franchise with "10 Cloverfield Lane" and "The Cloverfield Paradox".), "Mad Money", "Cassandra's Dream", "27 Dresses" and "U2: 3D".

Now in Theatres: "The Bucket List" (You're not the only one, Roeper! I like it as well.) "The Orphanage" and "There Will Be Blood".

Now on Video: "The Game Plan" (I have it on Blu-ray. It's a decent family film with Dwayne Johnson aka "The Rock"), "Mr. Woodcock" and "Good Luck Chuck" (Of course, terrible comedy!). Roeper's pick is "The Ten" and Phillips' pick are "4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days" and "The Hunting Party".

Plus, Local Commercials are included.

Poor Mandy Moore, a talented Pop Star/Actress gets wasted in three bad movies that year! Justin Timberlake should take that prize, since he's the most untalented, overrated ugly face clown of the year! He too have three horrible films (Although, his fourth film "Black Snake Moan". Starring: Christina Ricci and Samuel L. Jackson was decent. However, he was the worst part of that film)! And a horrible time for Lindsay Lohan after her DUI and Drug and Alcoholic abuse, she had two stinkers (Including "Georgia Rule").

Richard Roeper & Michael Phillips reveals their lists of the Worst Movies of the Year: 2007!

Roeper's List:

1. "I Know Who Killed Me"
2. "Bratz"
3. "Norbit" (Eddie Murphy's worst comedy!)
4. "Southland Tales" (Looking at Timberlake's face makes me cringe!)
5. "Good Luck Chuck"
6. "License To Wed"
7. "The Reaping"
8. "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry"
9. "Rush Hour 3" (I don't care, I like that sequel! Where's "Daddy Day Camp" and "The Brothers Solomon", which you walked-out on, Roeper?)
10. "Perfect Stranger"

Phillips' List:

1. "Hostel: Part II"
2. "Shoot 'Em Up" (This just proves that sometimes, Phillips has lousy taste in movies! "Shoot 'Em Up" is a wall-to-wall action blast! Even Roeper was wrong about it in his televised review! Where's "Shrek The Turd" and "Alpha Dog" on this list? Is he making "Timberlake" win?)
3. "Bratz"
4. "Good Luck Chuck"
5. "The Heartbreak Kid" (What was Ben Stiller thinking when he wanted to remake a Neil Simon classic teaming up with the Farrelly Brothers? This is no "There's Something About Mary".)
6. "Because I Said So"
7. "Lars and the Real Girl" (That was a great quirky drama with Ryan Gosling! Phillips and Roeper are out of their minds! Where's "Spider-Man 3?")
8. "Wild Hogs" (I love that comedy! Geez, Phillips!)
9. "The Number 23" (Jim Carrey's worst thriller. I completely disagree with Roeper on his recommendation, even he have made some bad mistakes! Remember his negative reviews on "The Lord of the Rings" and "Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit?")
10. "Ocean's Thirteen" (Come on, it's not that bad!)

For my top ten list of the Worst Films of 2007 (and better than both Roeper's and Phillips'. Though, half of them were right!) (via Letterboxd), it would be:

1. "Southland Tales" (Timberlake Alert!)
2. "Alpha Dog" (Timberlake Alert!)
3. "Norbit"
4. "The Number 23"
5. "Bratz"
6. "Daddy Day Camp"
7. "Spider-Man 3"
8. "Shrek The Third" (aka "Shrek The Turd") (Once again, Timberlake Alert!)
9. "Good Luck Chuck"
10. "The Brothers Solomon".

Plus, Local Commercials are included.

Richard Roeper and Guest Critic, Michael Phillips reviews "I Am Legend" (A Sci-Fi Action Thriller Starring the Oscar winning, "The Fresh Prince" whose life flipped turned upside down when he's responsible for slapping Chris Rock over a harmless G.I. Jane joke of his wife, Jada "Woo" Pinkett Smith at the 2022 Oscars which got him suspended for 10 years, Will Smith!), "Alvin and the Chipmunks" (The horrible Live-Action/CGI Family Film based on Ross Bagdasarian Sr. (Dave Seville) original creation of three chipmunk brothers featuring "My Name is Earl" and Kevin Smith regular actor, Jason Lee. I can't believe it became a film franchise! Just stick to the 80s Cartoon, their animated movies, songs and other "Chipmunks" adventures!) "The Perfect Holiday" (Christmas Comedy/Drama Starring: Queen Latifah), "Juno" (Another review since it's playing in theatres at the time), "Sweeney Todd" (A Dark and Magnificent Musical Adaptation from Tim Burton and Starring: "21 Jump Street and Innocent" Johnny Depp and Helena Bonaham Carter), "Youth Without Youth" (Francis Ford Coppola's overlooked drama. His films in the 2000s and 2010s are overshadowed these years while his daughter, Sofia is going strong.) and "The Kite Runner".

New on Video: "The Simpsons Movie" (I have this movie on DVD along with "Seasons # 1-5 & "Seasons #7 & 9". Need the find the Blu-ray and two more seasons. I lost respect when "Season #11 came along but even Season #9 was going downhill! This show is still long-running and popular!), "Stardust" (I have on Blu-ray), "Balls of Fury" (Not a good comedy, has its funny moments. I have the DVD.) Roeper's pick is "Blade Runner: 5 Disc Ultimate Collector's Edition" (I found the now OOP Edition on Blu-ray at "Goodwill" last year after having the 4-Disc DVD Edition for several years and it's not the briefcase version! I'll might get the 4K UHD someday.) and Phillip's pick is "Once" (An amazing musical drama with Glen Hanzard).

Plus, Local Commercials are included.

Michael Phillips and A.O. Scott reviews "The Invention of Lying" (Ricky Gervais' wit and satirical comedy based on "Lies", with Jennifer Gardner, Tina Fey, Jonah Hill and Rob Lowe), "A Serious Man" (Coen Brothers' whimsical comedy about a physics professor from Minnesota whose life became unraveled), "Whip It" (Drew Barrymore's directorial debut, who also co-produce and co-star with Ellen Page in an entertaining coming of age tough roller-skating competition film), "Zombieland" (One of the best satirical Zombie Horror Comedies since "Shawn of the Dead". Scott blew it!), "More Than A Game" and "Toy Story 3D" (A Double feature of both "Toy Story" and "Toy Story" in Digital 3D just in time for the upcoming third installment later that summer in 2010! It was fun revisiting them in theatres after several years!)


Three to See: Phllips' picks are "Bright Star", "Capitalism: A Love Story" and "A Serious Man".


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