Mickey Blue Eyes / The Adventures of Sebastian Cole / The Muse (1999)

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gradepoint (1 year ago)
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"I know for sure that seeing a truly great movie made you so happy that you’d tell me a week later that you’re spirits were still high." RIP Gene.
ebertfan788 (1 year ago)
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A beautiful tribute to Gene at the end.

RIP Gene. You are truly missed every day.
TheJAMMan (3 years ago)
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This was also the final episode of "Siskel & Ebert", September 1986 to August 1999.
Rattlers76 (3 years ago)
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Does anybody know if the full episode of "The Tonight Show" (where Roger confesses "You know something, Big Guy..." ;) has been posted here or on Youtube? I’ve never run across it. This tribute was beautiful in honor to Gene. Mr. Ebert did say he also visits this site on occasion. Thanks for sharing.
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firstmagnitude (3 years ago)
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I think gradepoint is more up on the The Tonight Show visits of Roger and Gene.
Harry Lime (3 years ago)
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I still can’t believe 12 years have passed now. A 12 year void that will never be filled.
clem0822 (3 years ago)
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Thanks firstmagnitude, for another great show. Nobody can truly replace the incredible Gene Siskel. Desson Howe did a nice job here. In terms of the films, I didn’t care for Mickey Blue Eyes. Hugh Grant can be very charming, here i felt he was to corn ball, and over acting. The supporting cast with Burt Young was fine, better than the material in my opinion. The Muse was a charming and funny picture. Albert Brooks is a treasure, with wonderful comic timing. I put him in the Woody Allen class, although not as prolific, he is a genius in comedy circles. The other 2 pictures i haven’t seen, i shall have to seek them out. One other note on Desson Howe, he’s changed his name back to Desson Patrick Thomson, and is a speechwriter in the Obama Administration.
Michael P. Clement
firstmagnitude (3 years ago)
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Thanks Michael! I didn’t know that about Patrick Thomson...interesting!
Larry
futuremw (2 years ago)
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i actually like Teaching Mrs. Tingle, it’s not that bad! Gene was great, not even Richard (who i still follow today) could compare to him. God rest his soul!
Tha Critic (2 years ago)
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It’s actually kind of painful to watch some of these episodes because of Gene’s passing.
mmmfloorpie (1 year ago)
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Wow, that was the first time I saw that tribute and it made me cry.

I remember when I first heard about his passing, it was on a Sunday night and I was watching Entertainment Tonight I believe.

It came as a total shock as I didn’t even know he was sick. I should say I was only about 15 then but I was a fan of the show and saw it whenever I could.

I always liked Gene more than Roger and it’s crazy how much I’ve missed a person that I had never even met. Gene had a lot of reviews left in him and I’m sad he isn’t around to keep making them.
tvmonte (1 year ago)
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"No longer at the movies, but forever in our hearts" What was said about the late Gene Siskel then is now true for the late Roger Ebert as well.

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firstmagnitude
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Roger closed the 1998-1999 season out by paying one last tribute to Gene at the end of the show. I believed this aired late in August 1999.

Mickey Blue...

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