Two new film critics, as well as the renowned critic, Roger Ebert, review newly-released films.
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Following the classic format from the original PBS days of Sneak Previews (1975), this new PBS show has Christy Lemire and Ignatiy Vishnevetsky reviewing the latest films and argue their opinions. In addition, the renowned film critic who helped create this TV show genre, Roger Ebert, contributes his own reviews in his own section. Considering his health problems have robbed him the ability to speak, Ebert's written reviews are read by guest speakers ready to give him a hand. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (kchishol@rogers.com)

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Originally, the show was to be co-hosted by Christy Lemire and Elvis Mitchell. Mitchell appeared in the pilot but left for undisclosed reasons before the start of production. He was replaced by Ignatiy Vishnevetsky. See more »

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Pretty good review show that is starting to gel
17 April 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you expect ebert to be dominant in the show you are going to be disappointed, this is a continuation of his legacy, not a one man show.

The new hosts are pretty good, they have their chemistry and explain their views in an entertaining and insightful fashion, ebert appears from time to time to give his own separate review in his own segment where a voice actor reads his review. There are also segments that are of general film interest to fill spots in the show, in the end it is a good TV movie review show on its own merits. It doesn't have siskel and ebert, but how could it. On its own merits I think this show will fill nicely the hole that the disappearance of ebert and roepers show left us with.


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