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Episode #2.24 

Christy, Ignatiy, and Roger each name their choices for the five best films of 2011 and the single worst film of the year.
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Episode credited cast:
Chaz Ebert ... Herself - Executive Producer
Roger Ebert ... Himself
Bill Kurtis ... Himself - Speaking for Roger Ebert (voice)
Christy Lemire ... Herself - Host
Ignatiy Vishnevetsky Ignatiy Vishnevetsky ... Himself - Host
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The critics select their best and worst films of 2011. Christy's favorites are #5 "Bellflower," #4 "The Tree of Life," #3 "The Myth of the American Sleepover," #2 "50/50," and #1 "Martha Marcy May Marlene." Ignatiy's favorites are #5 "The Tree of Life," #4 "Certified Copy," #3 "The Skin I Live In," #2 "House of Pleasures," and #1 "Mysteries of Lisbon." Roger's favorites are #5 "Take Shelter," #4 "Hugo," #3 "The Tree of Life," #2 "Shame," and #1 "A Separation." Christy's worst film of the year is "New Year's Eve"; Ignatiy's is "Forks Over Knives"; and Roger's is "The Human Centipede II." At the end of the episode, Roger (using his computer-synthesized voice) and Chaz Ebert offer parting words. Written by Anonymous

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English

Release Date:

30 December 2011 (USA) See more »

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Chicago, Illinois, USA

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Ebert Productions See more »
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Mono

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Ebert was great; Ignatiy Vishnevetsky is a little boy
12 June 2018 | by heatfan1See all my reviews

Why did this great show hire Ignatiy Vishnevetsky?

He's like a little boy. I read somewhere he dropped out of some no-name college and pretends he's an intellectual. Who hires guys like this?

He gave a D- to 'Dark Crimes' and shows his religious bigotry against films like "Samson'

I mean he's just a silly boy with an opinion. Really he should be a manager at Taco Bell in a fair world, right? He can't even write well.

Finally, the guy has never written, directed, or produced a feature film. ENOUGH SAID.

I give Ignatiy Vishnevetsky an 'F' for his juvenile, little boy reviews on this show. EBERT WOULD BE TURNING IN HIS GRAVE.


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