Synopses & Reviews
This has been a big year for Roger Ebert. In January 2005 he received TelevisionWeek's Lifetime Achievement Award, and this summer he will be honored with a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame. It seems only fitting that his Movie Yearbook is annually regarded as the best place to turn to learn about and choose a movie.
The 2006 volume contains all Ebert reviews written from January 2003 through June 2005. That includes blockbusters such as Million Dollar Baby and The Aviator along with surprise hits like Sideways, and such moving films as Hotel Rwanda and Vera Drake. (Oh, yes, and Brown Bunny as well.) Roger Ebert's Movie Yearbook 2006 also includes all Ebert interviews and essays for the year, the biweekly Questions for the Movie Answer Man, and Ebert's well-respected film festival coverage.
Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic Ebert presents more than 650 full-length critical movie reviews. From "Bee Movie" to "No Country for Old Men," the 2009 edition includes every review Ebert has written from January 2006 to June 2008.
Roger Ebert's Movie Yearbook 2010
is the ultimate source for movies, movie reviews, and much more. For nearly 25 years, Roger Ebert's annual collection has been recognized as the preeminent source for full-length critical movie reviews, and his 2010 yearbook does not disappoint.
The yearbook includes every review Ebert has written from January 2007 to July 2009. It also includes interviews, essays, tributes, and all-new questions and answers from his Questions for the Movie Answer Man columns. Fans get a bonus feature, too, with new entries to Ebert's Little Movie Glossary.
This is the must-have go-to guide for movie fanatics.
Now fully updated, this annual yearbook includes every review Ebert had written from January 2007 to July 2009. It also includes interviews, essays, tributes, and all-new questions and answers from his Questions for the Movie Answer Man columns.
About the Author
Roger Ebert is the Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic from the Chicago Sun-Times. His reviews are syndicated to more than 200 newspapers in the United States and Canada. The American Film Institute and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago have awarded him honorary degrees, and the Online Film Critics Society named his Web site, rogerebert.com, the best online movie-review site.