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Some critics have cited Ebert's gift for making the ordinarily dry and complex world of film appear fresh and expressive. He used made-up names for the figures in films: Howard Tarplin became Howard Paradise, Howard Horbing became Howard Berlin, and Everett McGill was made up of three of Ebert's friends, Del McGill, Mccowv, and Whorton. He also invented characters for the films he reviewed, such as the B-movie director Al Lewis. He named the two-headed alien of the film Alien Halloween because of the amount of time it has been since the movie's release.[110]

In 1992, Ebert was asked to name his famous films on a US television show, and he chose the following: Casablanca (1942), 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), Citizen Kane (1941), The Graduate (1967), Chinatown (1974), Driving Miss Daisy (1989), Citizen Ruth (1987), Jaws (1975), The Hustler (1961), A Streetcar Named Desire (1951), and Rear Window (1954). However, Ebert later removed Black Narcissus and Frankenstein from that list.[111] The author of the article recommended that he make some films from his own childhood, but he said he was "afraid of falling back into the same trap of fetishizing my childhood like I did in reviewing my adolescence."

Often, when savoring a movie, Ebert would stop and talk to others about it. The most famous tales involve his non-fictional reviewer character Roger Ebert. In his book Me and Roger and the Movies, Ebert said, "When I watch a movie, I know Roger Ebert is watching. Sometimes I watch by myself and imagine that he's around. I say to him, 'It's amazing, I've been thinking all the time you're watching.'"[112]

Ebert was not always the go-to person for film criticism. John Anderson wrote in 1982, "Ebert's influence as a film critic is the product of his incredible vitality and drive toward discovery. His voice carries great authority and always conveys the sense of a man who knows. d2c66b5586

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