johanlefourbe is using Listal to create lists, share images get recommendations and much more
Avatar
Points: 1339354    222 Followers

johanlefourbe

About me

My mother is French and my father is Dutch. I have spent all my life in France but now I have been living in Holland for quite a while.

I'm married with 3 children (two of them, Nick and Zoé, are also Listal users) and I spent all my time off watching movies....

Occupation: Helpdesk Engineer


About my collections


- MY MOVIE LISTS -

- MY MUSIC LISTS -

- MY POSTERS LISTS -

- FAVORITE LISTS -

- Before I ONLY watched movies... -


Most popular lists :

1. The evolution of... (290 votes)

2. Listal's Hall of Fame (245 votes)

2. Around the world with Listal's members (231 votes)

4. Most Valuable Listal Players, sorted by country (221 votes)

5. Weird, weirder and weirdest documentaries (183 votes)

6. Worst movie posters ever (180 votes)

7. Listal's 100 Films To See Before You Die (2012) (163 votes)

8. The evolution of Leonardo Di Caprio (147 votes)

9. Listal's 100 Films To See Before You Die (2013) (119 votes)

9. Failed movie franchises (119 votes)





... and if you feel like chilling out and want to listen to some (good) music, don't forget to check these lists ! :

- The History of Jamaican Music

- Best of Woodstock '69 music festival

- My favorite 60's-70's music artists

- My favorite Hip-Hop artists

- My favorite Electronic music artists

- My favorite Iron Maiden songs


Lists

100 votes
Listal's 100 Films To See Before You Die (2014) (194 items)
Movie list by johanlefourbe
Published 8 months ago 106 comments
28 votes
Movie Franchises/Series I've Seen (606 items)
Movie list by johanlefourbe
Published 3 years, 5 months ago 7 comments
36 votes
My Queue (392 items)
Movie list by johanlefourbe
Published 3 years, 2 months ago 138 comments
43 votes
Movie tickets collection (129 items)
Movie list by johanlefourbe
Published 2 years, 6 months ago 5 comments
1 votes
Top 10 worst movies 2014 (3 items)
Movie list by johanlefourbe
Published 3 weeks, 4 days ago 1 comment



Recent reviews

All reviews - Movies (3838) - TV Shows (2)

An average movie

Posted : 1 day, 3 hours ago on 28 August 2014 10:26 (A review of Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit)

Somehow, I managed to finally watch ‘Sister Act’ only a couple of years ago but honestly, I didn’t really like it much, so I wasn’t expecting much with this sequel. Obviously, since the first installment was such a box-office success, they had to come up with a sequel which was released just a year later (considering the recent massive flop of ‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill for’, it shows that it is not very wise to wait too long to come up with a sequel). Anyway, coming back to our main feature, as usual, the story was rather uninspired but it was rather impressive how lazy they were when they wrote the screenplay. Indeed, we get all the old clichés about a teacher who has to work with some tough kids, except that the woman involved is not even a non or even a teacher in fact but that’s beside the point I guess. The only redeeming features were to see a very young Lauryn Hill who was just about 18 years old but already with an amazing vocal talent and a potential acting talent and an even younger Jennifer Love Hewitt (at 14 years old!) but she barely had a speaking part here. To conclude, it was rather weak and I don’t think it is really worth a look.

0 comments, Reply to this entry

An average movie

Posted : 1 day, 10 hours ago on 28 August 2014 03:31 (A review of Cecil B. DeMented)

I don’t remember why exactly but I’m pretty sure I ended up watching this flick in the movie theater when I was living in England. Anyway, I thought it sounded really cool but the whole thing was not really mind-blowing eventually. First of all, even though Melanie Griffith was a fine choice and perfectly fit John Waters style, I really had a hard time with Stephen Dorff. Indeed, I think Dorff is one of the most underwhelming actors and he pretty much ruins most of the movies he is involved with. Still, I shouldn’t blame it solely on Stephen Dorff though. Indeed, like most of the movies directed by John Waters, it starts up with a decent concept with quite some potential but the execution is far from being amazing, I’m afraid. Sure, it is intriguing but it never becomes spellbinding and I wish he developed a little bit more his characters and/or his plots. Still, it is always awesome that Waters sets all his movies in Baltimore, my favorite US city which I have visited so many times. To conclude, even though I thought it was slightly disappointing, it was at least was miles better than the even more disappointing 'A Dirty Shame' , Waters' following directing effort, and I think it is worth a look.

0 comments, Reply to this entry

A good movie

Posted : 2 days, 14 hours ago on 27 August 2014 11:17 (A review of White Hunter, Black Heart)

Honestly, it has been a while since I have seen this flick and it would be pretty neat to watch it again. I remember it very well, I actaully had a Belgian roommate who thought that it was the worst movie ever made but I thought it was actually pretty good. Anyway, it is arguably one of the most obscure movies directed by Eastwood, certainly the most overlooked one. Even though it was indeed his worst performing picture of the 1990s at the box-office, it was still an intriguing picture and, like I pointed out before, I would really like to re-watch it at some point. The point is that when I first watched it, I was pretty young and even though I heard about John Huston, I was pretty oblivious about the guy, I hadn't seen yet 'The African Queen' or any other of his work as a matter of fact so I missed quite a lot while watching this. Anyway, it was a pet project for Clint Eastwood who agreed to do 'The Rookie' for the Warner Brothers studio only if they would let him make this flick. Eventually, even though it is one of the least commercial efforts by Eastwood, it is actually really appealing, I highly recommend it and it is definitely worth a look.

0 comments, Reply to this entry

An average movie

Posted : 2 days, 15 hours ago on 27 August 2014 10:35 (A review of Wise Guys)

When a movie is called ‘Wise Guys’ and it is directed by Brian De Palma, in mmy opinion , you are entitled to expect a great gangster feature, some kind of mix between ‘Goodfellas’ and ‘Scarface’. Unfortunately, the whole thing was rather misleading and it was in fact a comedy and instead of dealing with some hard thugs, it was dealing with some losers working for the mob. So, those guys were pretty pathetic and even though Danny DeVito was basically born to play such characters, I can’t say I thought it was really funny. De Palma always had a rather patchy career, with some ups and many downs, and this flick definitely belongs to his more underwhelming movies. Fortunately, a year later, he would come up with ‘The Untouchables’, arguably one of his biggest success, financially and critically. I don’t know, maybe, I didn’t like it because I wasn’t expecting something else and, in fact, Roger Ebert thought it was actually pretty good. Anyway, to conclude, even though I have seen worse, I thought it was just an average comedy with a rather half-baked concept and it is not really worth a look, except if you are a die-hard fan of Brian De Palma’s work.

0 comments, Reply to this entry

A classic

Posted : 2 days, 19 hours ago on 27 August 2014 06:56 (A review of Vertigo)

I have always been a fan of Alfred Hitchcock and this has always been my favorite movie of his. Since it has been a long since I watched it, I thought it was really time for a re-watch. Eventually, I was once again blown away by the whole thing. Indeed, in my opinion, you have Hitchcock here at the very top of his Art. Basically, the whole thing looked amazing and I have never seen such a spellbinding built-up in a thriller. Through the whole thing, you can’t help wonder what is going with this mysterious woman and like James Stewart, you are pretty much getting obsessed with this lady. The other thing I loved about this flick is how well developed is the main character. Indeed, it is probably the most messed up lead character provided by Hitchcock through his whole career. Between his vertigo issues and his obsessions with the ladies, the guy is far from your usual perfect heroes. Unsurprisingly, like many other great movies, it was a flop when it was released, financially and critically, and it was a huge disappointment for Hitchcock. The only minor flaw is that they could have removed the flashback revealing the whole scheme. In my opinion, it would have been even better if we discovered the truth at the same time with the same character but it wasn’t a big deal. To conclude, I think it is a fascinating movie, a classic, and it is definitely worth a look, especially if you are interested in Alfred Hitchcock’s work.

0 comments, Reply to this entry

An average movie

Posted : 3 days, 10 hours ago on 26 August 2014 03:18 (A review of Year of the Horse)

I wonder how I ended up watching this flick but, in fact, I think I think I saw it in the movie theater when it was released. Indeed, I really loved ‘Dead Man’, it is actually one of my all-time favorites and it had a huge impact on me when I saw it at the time. From the moment I saw this flick, I became an instant fan of Jim Jarmusch and, by now, I have seen most of his movies (I’m just missing the last two, ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’ and ’The Limits of Control’). Anyway, the one thing I loved about ‘Dead Man’ is the soundtrack which is definitely one of the very best soundtracks I have ever heard and it has been haunting me ever since (as a matter of fact, I have even bought the soundtrack, the only one I have ever bought). So, when I heard that Jim Jarmusch was directing a documentary about Neil Young, the guy responsible for ‘Dead Man’ amazing soundtrack, of course, I had to watch it at some point. Eventually, it was a decent watch but I can’t say I was really blown away by the whole thing . The point is that, to be honest, like most of the old rockers, Neil Young is not really producing his best music right now or at the time when this documentary was made, at least, that’s my opinion, and therefore this feature was slightly disappointing. Still, to conclude, even though it is nothing really great, it is still worth a look, especially if you are interested in Neil Young.

0 comments, Reply to this entry

An average movie

Posted : 3 days, 12 hours ago on 26 August 2014 01:45 (A review of There's Something About Mary)

Honestly, I have never been a huge fan of this flick but since I hadn’t seen it for a while, I thought I might as well give it another try. When it was released, back then, the Farrelly brothers were still really popular and this flick was their biggest success so far (though you might argue that ‘Dumb & Dumber’ was even more successful). To be honest, it is not a bad flick. Indeed, Cameron Diaz was perfectly cast, she looked really stunning and her character was just really charming and sweet. Ben Stiller was also a good choice here and the combination of those 2 characters worked fine. Unfortunately, I had a hard time to care about the other characters. Which one ? All of them! Indeed, even though Diaz and Stiller’s characters were pretty much down to earth, the rest was just some underwhelming cartoonish figures. Concerning the jokes, I have to admit it, some of them were pretty good but some of them were just gross and awkward. For example, they try to judge the characters who are discriminating Warren, the mentally disabled brother, but the makers themselves make fun of the guy throughout the whole thing. I mean, how messed up is that? To conclude, even though I don’t think it is a masterpiece whatsoever, at least, it was miles better than the inane ‘Dumb & Dumber’ and it is worth a look, especially if you like the genre.

0 comments, Reply to this entry

An average movie

Posted : 4 days, 16 hours ago on 25 August 2014 09:15 (A review of La Bamba)

I remember it very well, the first time I saw this flick, I must have been 12 or 13 years old, it was broadcasted on TV and that’s how I ended up watching it. Honestly, isn’t it how we all saw this flick after all? Anyway, basically, it is a fairly traditional musical biopic and the main reason why it still remember it today is because it was probably the first movie in this genre that I have ever seen. The fact that Richie Valens was so young (just 17 years old) when he died was also another reason why it had an impact on me since I was so young myself. Eventually, it is difficult to judge Richie Valens as an artist since he had only 3 hit songs (on the other hand, ‘La Bamba’ must be one of the most famous pop songs ever). For Lou Diamond Phillips, it would be a breakthrough performance and there is no denying that he definitely displayed some charisma here but it will probably remain his most famous part. To conclude, even though it is nothing amazing whatsoever, it is actually a decent musical biopic and I think it is worth a look, especially if you like the genre.

0 comments, Reply to this entry

A good movie

Posted : 4 days, 18 hours ago on 25 August 2014 07:47 (A review of The Fearless Vampire Killers)

It is another one of these movies which I haven't seen for many years (maybe 20 years ago, as a matter of fact) but I definitely have some fonds memories about this flick and I will definitely check it out again whenever I get the opportunity. Basically, it was the closest thing to a comedy that Polanski have made at the time (since then, he has made the very dark and sardonic ‘Carnage’ which was really awesome by the way) and even though I'm usually critical about comedies, I really enjoyed this one. Indeed, even though it is supposed to be funny, it goes beyond that since the whole thing is quite gorgeous to look at. Furthermore, Polanski has definitely a rather particular sense of humor and the whole thing still remained rather gloomy which was something positive, at least, that's my opinion. It is considered by many as one of the best vampire movies ever made and I share this opinion. For Polanski, this movie would be a turning point. Indeed, at the time, he was one of the most promising directors in the world and there was still some playfulness in this work. It would all change after his wife Sharon Tate (who he met will shooting this movie) would be brutally slaughtered by the Manson family. To conclude, even though it is not considered as one of Polanski’s masterpieces, I really enjoyed it and it is definitely worth a look, especially if you are interested in Roman Polanski’s work.

0 comments, Reply to this entry

A very good movie

Posted : 5 days, 4 hours ago on 24 August 2014 09:29 (A review of Once Were Warriors)

I wonder if a lot of people remember this movie but, somehow, it seems pretty much forgotten which is quite a shame. Indeed, when it was released, it was a big critical success and launched the once promising career of Lee Tamahori. Back then, I was very young when I saw it and I was definitely impressed. Basically, you don’t get to watch many movies about the Maoris and even though this one was a fairly traditional drama, I thought it was very powerful. Indeed, you get a glimpse of the struggle of this people who were once indeed great warriors but are nowadays outcasts and who very often don’t fit in very well in our modern world. After this promising debut, Lee Tamahori got his ticket for Hollywood and you could have hoped that he would make some great things there as well but, unfortunately, none of his following features was really good, the lowest poinht being probably ‘xXx: State of the Union’. I still have to see his last flick though, ‘The Devil’s Double’, which sounds quite interesting even though it didn’t get much love when it was released. To conclude, I think it is a very good flick and it is definitely worth a look, especially if you are interested by this subject.

0 comments, Reply to this entry


« Prev12 3 4 5 6 7 » 17 » 384 Next »


Movies

Top rated
My movies page

Rated 5126 movies

TV

Top rated
My tv page

Rated 168 tv

Games

Top rated
My games page

Rated 184 games

Music

Top rated
My music page

Rated 190 music

Books

Top rated
My books page

Rated 166 books

DVDs

Top rated
My dvds page

Rated 702 dvds

My feed

johanlefourbe voted for list
13 hours ago
johanlefourbe voted for list
13 hours ago
johanlefourbe voted for list
13 hours, 2 minutes ago
johanlefourbe voted for list
13 hours, 4 minutes ago
Sam Mendes
POINTS : 56 pts - American Beauty : 36 pts - Skyfall : 20 pts
14 hours, 28 minutes ago
Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit
Sister Act

1 day, 3 hours ago

An average movie

“Somehow, I managed to finally watch ‘Sister Act’ only a couple of years ago but honestly, I didn’t really like it much, so I wasn’t expecting much with this sequel. Obviously, since the first installment was such a box-office success, they had to come up with a sequel which was released jus” read more

1 day, 3 hours ago
johanlefourbe posted a review of Cecil B. DeMented

An average movie

“I don’t remember why exactly but I’m pretty sure I ended up watching this flick in the movie theater when I was living in England. Anyway, I thought it sounded really cool but the whole thing was not really mind-blowing eventually. First of all, even though Melanie Griffith was a fine choice and” read more

1 day, 10 hours ago
2 days, 4 hours ago
James Cameron
POINTS : 78 pts - Terminator 2: Judgment Day : 37 pts - Aliens : 21 pts - The Terminator : 20 pts
2 days, 11 hours ago

A good movie

“Honestly, it has been a while since I have seen this flick and it would be pretty neat to watch it again. I remember it very well, I actaully had a Belgian roommate who thought that it was the worst movie ever made but I thought it was actually pretty good. Anyway, it is arguably one of the most obs” read more

2 days, 14 hours ago
johanlefourbe posted a review of Wise Guys

An average movie

“When a movie is called ‘Wise Guys’ and it is directed by Brian De Palma, in mmy opinion , you are entitled to expect a great gangster feature, some kind of mix between ‘Goodfellas’ and ‘Scarface’. Unfortunately, the whole thing was rather misleading and it was in fact a comedy and instea” read more

2 days, 15 hours ago
2 days, 17 hours ago
johanlefourbe posted a review of Vertigo

A classic

“I have always been a fan of Alfred Hitchcock and this has always been my favorite movie of his. Since it has been a long since I watched it, I thought it was really time for a re-watch. Eventually, I was once again blown away by the whole thing. Indeed, in my opinion, you have Hitchcock here at the ” read more

2 days, 19 hours ago
The Watch
A Thousand Words

3 days, 8 hours ago
johanlefourbe added 6 items to My Queue list
The Milagro Beanfield War
The Watch
A Thousand Words
Marnie
Bachelorette

3 days, 8 hours ago
johanlefourbe posted a review of Year of the Horse

An average movie

“I wonder how I ended up watching this flick but, in fact, I think I think I saw it in the movie theater when it was released. Indeed, I really loved ‘Dead Man’, it is actually one of my all-time favorites and it had a huge impact on me when I saw it at the time. From the moment I saw this flick,” read more

3 days, 10 hours ago
3 days, 12 hours ago

An average movie

“Honestly, I have never been a huge fan of this flick but since I hadn’t seen it for a while, I thought I might as well give it another try. When it was released, back then, the Farrelly brothers were still really popular and this flick was their biggest success so far (though you might argue that ” read more

3 days, 12 hours ago
Ridley Scott
POINTS : 83 pts - Gladiator : 31 pts - Alien : 28 pts - Blade Runner : 24 pts
4 days, 11 hours ago
johanlefourbe posted a review of La Bamba

An average movie

“I remember it very well, the first time I saw this flick, I must have been 12 or 13 years old, it was broadcasted on TV and that’s how I ended up watching it. Honestly, isn’t it how we all saw this flick after all? Anyway, basically, it is a fairly traditional musical biopic and the main reason ” read more

4 days, 16 hours ago

A good movie

“It is another one of these movies which I haven't seen for many years (maybe 20 years ago, as a matter of fact) but I definitely have some fonds memories about this flick and I will definitely check it out again whenever I get the opportunity. Basically, it was the closest thing to a comedy that Pol” read more

4 days, 18 hours ago

A very good movie

“I wonder if a lot of people remember this movie but, somehow, it seems pretty much forgotten which is quite a shame. Indeed, when it was released, it was a big critical success and launched the once promising career of Lee Tamahori. Back then, I was very young when I saw it and I was definitely impr” read more

5 days, 4 hours ago
johanlefourbe posted a review of Boyhood

A great movie

“Once again, we have seen a great film with the filmclub. In fact, we pretty much all agreed that it was one of the best movies we have seen together so far. Personally, I already heard about this movie 6 or 8 years ago and, of course, I was really intrigued but I didn’t expect it to be so amazing.” read more

5 days, 7 hours ago
Boyhood

5 days, 9 hours ago
Transformers: Age of Extinction
Notes: At least, I’ll give this to Michael Bay, it was slightly better than the 2 previous installments but it was still nothing amazing though. It was actually pretty smart, they made you believe once again, by getting rid off the cast and bringing some new faces, that it would be something really different but the formula was still basically the same. First of all, there was one detail that bothered me, it was the casting of Nicola Peltz who was basically there to replace Rosie Huntington-Whiteley who already replaced Megan Fox. The issue with Peltz is that, in fact pointed out by T.J. Miller, she is a ‘hot teen’ which was some rather misguided eye candy but, on the other hand, it shows what kind of audience they were aiming for. The other thing is that even though it is a rather dumb blockbuster with some barely developed characters, the whole thing was actually rather hard to follow and lasted like forever (almost 3 hours).
5 days, 9 hours ago
Boyhood
Notes: I already heard about this movie 6 or 8 years ago and, of course, I was really intrigued but I didn’t expect it to be so amazing. I mean, sure, it is a very nice gimmick (shooting a movie over a period of 12 years starting with a boy at 6 years old until he reaches 18 years old) but a gimmick remains a gimmick unless you manage to do something great with it and Richard Linklater certainly did something quite amazing here. Indeed, a traditional movie would give you a nice story, a great story if you’re lucky, but here they gave us a genuine slice of life. Of course, you could argue that they could have shot a documentary and you would have ended up with the same results but I highly doubt it. Indeed, for almost 3 hours, you spend more than a decade with these characters and even though nothing hugely dramatic happens, the whole thing was just spellbinding to behold.
5 days, 9 hours ago

« Prev12 3 4 5 6 7 » 17 » 167 Next »

Comments

Posted: 12 hours ago at Aug 29 14:12
Thanks for the votes on my Red Riding Hood series! Have a nice day !
Posted: 2 weeks, 1 day ago at Aug 14 9:52
You're welcome, Johan. You make an excellent job with these poll lists! :)
Posted: 2 weeks, 3 days ago at Aug 12 19:22
Hey there Johan. Thanks for the heads up about your 2014 movie list. It was a real challenge to narrow it down to just 10! Good luck with the poll =).
Posted: 2 weeks, 3 days ago at Aug 12 14:06
1. Alien
2. Aliens
3. The Dirty Dozen
4. Where Eagles Dare
5. Kelly's Heroes
6. The Good, The Bad And The Ugly
7. For A Few Dollars More
8. A Fistful Of Dollars
9. The Human Condition
10. Come And See
Posted: 1 month ago at Jul 30 9:25
I see your list 'Listal's 100 Films To See Before You Die (2014)' is still missing a lot of votes. You should post a thread asking for people to vote.
Posted: 1 month, 1 week ago at Jul 21 18:23
I should be thanking you. It's been year after year, and you continue providing this great annual list. Keep it up (;
Posted: 4 months, 1 week ago at Apr 19 11:08
What happened to your 'Leon: The Professional' review?
Posted: 5 months, 3 weeks ago at Mar 8 21:29
How's your list 'Listal's 100 Films To See Before You Die (2014)' going?
Posted: 6 months, 2 weeks ago at Feb 12 1:00
Big thanks for the comment and vote on my Hendrix discography list, it's appreciated.

Jimi Hendrix is the most over released artist ever. It is so easy to get lost in all the posthumous releases after his death, I've listened to most of them, and the ones released by the Hendrix estate are not bad records, but all the other ones seem to constantly pop up in used record stores all the time.

Band of Gypsies is still a pretty solid record. Even though I don't like Buddy Miles, Power of Love and Machine Gun are brilliant tracks. I still gave it a 3 and a half out of 5.

Anyways thanks again for that comment, I'm glad to see that some people get something out of these "Listens To" lists, they take a while to make.
Posted: 8 months, 1 week ago at Dec 25 23:44
For being a great friend and providing great content, I thank you and wish you a...
Posted: 11 months ago at Oct 2 21:06
Yay me! haha. Here's the question answers:

Rank: 16 (new entry)
Points: 925941
Member since: 2012
Age: 23
Country: US
Gender: female
Miscellaneous: -
Why Marloes Horst: I just though the photoshoot was pretty. I change my avatar pretty often, though.
Favorite list: I don't really have just one.
Display name explanation: It's my actual name. xD
Avatar image explanation: I tend to switch it up between all my favorite models. My avatars never really last more than a couple weeks or so.
How did she discover Listal: A friend showed me. I'm not sure if she actually has an account here or if she just passes through.

Thanks. (:
Posted: 11 months ago at Sep 28 0:06
Hi Mr Le Fourbe,

A while ago, you voted for my list of Good Movies you might have missed, and i thank you again for it. The list got bigger and messier so I decided to rearrange it in a more "user-friendly" way.

Now I really don't mean to spam, but, if you're still interested, here is a bunch of short lists (10 to 30 items), which focus on lesser-known movies (less than 300 Listal ratings) that I enjoyed and like to recommend (rated 7+). I grouped them by Genre, by Country/Region and by Theme. It's an ongoing work so i'll be adding more items in the future.

Anyway, sorry again for the spamming, and thanks for all your cool lists and reviews.
Posted: 11 months ago at Sep 27 12:36
Thanks for the vote =)
Posted: 1 year ago at Aug 29 6:10
Thank you for your votes! I will also add Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine to my top 2013 list. Amazing movie!
Posted: 1 year, 1 month ago at Jul 18 10:37
Thanks for the list vote!
Posted: 1 year, 2 months ago at Jun 29 17:53
I find it amusing that you asked me to check out your list today, when I voted for it & commented on it yesterday. :P

Anyway, hope you have a good weekend!
Posted: 1 year, 4 months ago at Apr 12 15:45
hey sorry to bother but people were taking about my lists that i copied them , well i deleted both lists cuz i respect other peoples opinions and if people think its wrong then fine by me but honestly i thought we can take material from anywhere and put it here there if no rule that we cant do that but now they call it false anyways just wanted to know what are real rules
Posted: 1 year, 4 months ago at Apr 6 16:42
Thanks for adding my lists in yours. And about the Borgnine pics there, I'm working on it, I started it just a few days ago but I'll add more pictures as I find them.
Posted: 1 year, 4 months ago at Apr 4 19:51
Sad day today - Roger Ebert died - I immediately thought of you as I know he was a favorite of yours, I enjoyed all the lists you made involving his reviews - Ebert was the best and will be missed.
Posted: 1 year, 5 months ago at Mar 15 11:05
Thanks for the vote and the input! Yep- 90 unwatched DVDs is daunting and wonderful thing, isn't it? Not sure I could handle it, so I'm trying to take preventative measures now!

Have a great weekend!