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Angie/China Moon/Greedy/Sirens/The Chase (1994)
"Siskel & Ebert & the Movies" Angie/China Moon/Greedy/Sirens/The Chase (original title)

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Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert review Angie (1994), China Moon (1994), Greedy (1994), Sirens (1993) and The Chase (1994) and recommend King of the Hill (1993) on video.

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Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert review five new movies and recommend a video. A split vote on Angie (1994). Siskel enjoyed this slice of life with Geena Davis; Ebert thought it was a corny melodrama. Two thumbs up for China Moon (1994). Both are surprised by the plot twists in this thriller and even more surprised by the well-written characters. Two thumbs down for Greedy (1994). They condemn the "bubble-brained sitcom storyline," especially when the would-be black comedy turns soppy and serious. Two thumbs up for Sirens (1993). The witty erotic story set in 1930s Australia and based on Greek mythology enchanted both critics. Two thumbs down for The Chase (1994). The title is no lie: the movie is one long chase from beginning to end; Ebert sort of liked the satirical elements, while Siskel disliked the movie completely. Siskel recommends the largely unseen King of the Hill (1993). Written by J. Spurlin

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