RIP Roger Ebert (1942-2013)

dt.common.streams.StreamServer“So on this day of reflection I say again, thank you for going on this journey with me. I’ll see you at the movies.” – Roger Ebert, 4/2/13

A film critic for 46 at the Chicago Sun Times, Roger Ebert has passed away today just two days after announcing he was taking a break from reviewing films full time. For many of us, Roger Ebert is what defined films and film criticism. Whether it was his TV show with good friend Gene Siskel or his list of 100 great films, Ebert was a titan in the industry and his impact will not be forgotten. The Chicago Sun Times ran a beautiful piece on this great man who will most definitely be missed.

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Written by Terence Johnson

When he's not enduring Shade Samurai training from Victoria Grayson, you can find Terence spends his time being an avid watcher of television, Criterion film collector, Twitter addict, and awards season obsessive. Opinionated but open minded, ratchet but with class, Terence holds down the fort as the producer of the Power Hour podcast. You can follow him on Twitter at @LeNoirAuteur.


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