Herzog by Ebert: by Roger Ebert
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Herzog by Ebert: by Roger Ebert

Two of the most admired and beloved figures in cinema are celebrated in this slim…

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Queen of the Desert
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Queen of the Desert

Queen of the Desert is a distasteful costume-drama period-piece that should be skipped even by…

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Salt and Fire
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Salt and Fire

Herzog now seems adrift within the cinematic production system he’d spent years rebelling against.

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Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World
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Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World

Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done
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Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done

My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done lacks the transcendent beauty that marks Herzog’s…

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Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans
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Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: Rescue Dawn
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Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: Rescue Dawn

If Rescue Dawn is Herzog’s last foray into the obscenity of the jungle, he made…

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Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: The Wild Blue Yonder
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Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: The Wild Blue Yonder

We should thank Herzog for his peculiar take on a genre that’s often more concerned…

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Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: Invincible
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Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: Invincible

For all its pomposity, Invincible remains an imaginative and deeply felt film.

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Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: Scream of Stone
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Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: Scream of Stone