At the Movies (1982–1986)
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Winners That Were Losers 

Siskel and Ebert discuss good movies that lost at the box office, including Divine Madness (1980), Tattoo (1981), Four Friends (1981), Prince of the City (1981) and more.
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Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert spotlight good movies that lost at the box office. Ebert's choices: Bette Midler's concert film, Divine Madness (1980); Arthur Penn's tour through the 1960s, Four Friends (1981); and Errol Morris's eccentric documentary, Vernon, Florida (1981). Siskel's choices: the kinky love story, Tattoo (1981) (which Ebert has mixed feelings about); the complex cop movie about drugs, Prince of the City (1981); and the English biopic, Stevie (1978). Written by J. Spurlin

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22 January 1983 (USA)  »

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