Relatively few people can attend a movie with a Pulitzer Prize-winning author. But thanks to Roger Ebert's Movie Yearbook 2000, everyone can learn what this respected writer and critic thinks about movies, actors, and the world of' film.Ebert's 2001 version of the movie-lover's bible is guaranteed to please both those who've come to rely on his reviews and those just discovering him as not only a respected critic but a gifted (and sometimes hilarious) writer. The book presents every single review he wrote between January 1998 and mid-June 2000 -- about 650 in all. Also included are all interviews and essays for the year, his biweekly Questions for the Movie Answer Man columns, and his film-festival coverage. The addition of so much annual material means the book is about 60 percent new every year. Four stars all the way!