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The Worst Films of 1993 

Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert pick the worst movies of 1993. Each of their choices for very worst proves to be a movie the other recommended.


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Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert pick the worst movies of 1993, and their choices happened to arrange themselves into neat categories. "Bad TV Comedy Remakes": Siskel's choice is The Beverly Hillbillies (1993); Ebert's is Coneheads (1993). "Special Effects Fiascoes": Ebert's pick is Hocus Pocus (1993); Siskel's is Super Mario Bros. (1993). "Psychodramas from Hell": Siskel's is Dangerous Game (1993); Ebert's is The Vanishing (1993). "Comedies That Weren't Comedies": Ebert's is The Opposite Sex and How to Live with Them (1992); Siskel's is Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993). Finally, each critic picks the very worst movie of the year, and each one is a movie the other recommended. Siskel's worst (which Ebert gave a thumbs up): Cop & ½ (1993). Ebert's worst (which Siskel gave a thumbs up): Carnosaur (1993). Written by J. Spurlin

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8 January 1994 (USA)  »

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Gene Siskel - Host: [reviewing "Cop and a Half"] Let's face it. I'll admit it: Burt Reynolds in a bad movie, and he's done so many, makes my skin crawl. He's unctuous and insincere in pictures like this. I like him in other films, in the bad ones, he's REALLY bad. And he also looks just plain tired. That has nothing to do with his personal life; I'm talking about what's up on the screen in "Cop and a Half". The only thing more unnerving than this picture is my esteemed colleague across the aisle, so wise, so often,...
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