Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert each pick the ten best films of 1996. Several movies appear on both lists, while both critics agree on the number one film of the year: Fargo (1996).
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Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert each pick the ten best films of 1996. Ebert's list: 1. "Fargo"; 2. "Breaking the Waves"; 3. "Secrets & Lies"; 4. "Lone Star"; 5. "Welcome to the Dollhouse"; 6. "Bound"; 7. "Hamlet"; 8. "Everyone Says I Love You"; 9. "Heidi Fleiss: Hollywood Madam"; and 10. "Big Night." Siskel's list: 1. "Fargo"; 2. "Secrets & Lies"; 3. "Breaking the Waves"; 4. "The English Patient"; 5. "Lone Star"; 6. "Looking for Richard"; 7. "Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills"; 8. "Welcome to the Dollhouse"; 9. "Kingpin"; and 10. "Bound." Written by J. Spurlin

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