Roger Ebert Great Movies Review
Roger Ebert, a renowned film critique and reviewer, reviews many films in a very
categorical manner. The one thing that is common in the movie reviews is how he exudes his
feelings for the films. Ebert feelings on the films are crystal clear with lots of emotions pouring
from the language he uses entirely on his reviews. Most the feelings he has towards the film are
depicted at the beginning of his reviews. The clarity of his feelings goes ahead when he explains
the films kind of life in each film sequentially. For example, when he reviewed the film "The
Life of Oharu” at the start of his review he expresses how he feels about Oharu. “Here is the
saddest film I have ever seen about the life of a woman.” The sentimental statement exhibits how
Ebert feels proof enough that he puts his feelings whenever he does the reviewing of any film
Not only did Ebert assess the films but he strongly used details to support his
assessments. Ebert gives facts that are compelling and an early opinion on the films he reviews.
For example, his review of the film "The Ballad of Narayama” he says that the film is that of an
elegant artifice and of the beauty that is great. The early opinion, immediately, gets the reader
hooked (Ebert, 2009). Ebert also backs his opinion with facts and details th...