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Jerry Maguire/Daylight/Everyone Says I Love You 

Siskel and Ebert review three new movies. Plus, in "The Revolving Thumb" segment, Siskel gives a thumbs down to networks showing movies in pan-and-scan, while Ebert gives a thumbs up to ... See full summary »
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Episode credited cast:
Jonathan Bressler Jonathan Bressler ... Himself - The Viewer's Thumb entry
Roger Ebert ... Himself - Host
Gene Siskel ... Himself - Host
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Siskel and Ebert review three new movies. Plus, in "The Revolving Thumb" segment, Siskel gives a thumbs down to networks showing movies in pan-and-scan, while Ebert gives a thumbs up to Oscar contenders. And in "The Viewer's Thumb" segment, Jonathan Bressler disagreed that "Microcosmos" was a good movie. Written by Ian Lueck

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English

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7 December 1996 (USA) See more »

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Chicago, Illinois, USA

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Sound Mix:

Mono

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Gene Siskel - Host: [referencing The Viewer's Thumb entry criticizing "Microcosmos"] His complaint seemed to be, "Let's have things faster, speed it up", and that, unfortunately, I think is a creation of lack of reading and watching frenetic television.
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Season 11, Episode 14
10 January 2018 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Siskel & Ebert (1996)

Season 11, Episode 14

JERRY MAGUIRE, the Stallone action picture DAYLIGHT and Woody Allen's EVERYONE SAYS I LOVE YOU are the three pictures reviewed this week and we do get some fireworks. The critics highly disagree on the Woody Allen film and this leads to a good debate. There's also a segment of "The Revolving Thumb" where they take on certain issues bothering them and Ebert mentions some great movies that he wants Oscar voters to watch. Also, this also includes a fan segment where fans give feedback on the critics reviews and there's a kid attacking some of their thumbs up reviews. Wait until you hear Gene go after him! Great stuff.


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