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Siskel and Ebert Tribute from the Mutantville Players

Roger Ebert, great film critic, passes at age 70.

Roger Ebert, great film critic, passes at age 70.

Earlier this month, the great American critic Roger Ebert – joined his long time partner Gene Siskel (who passed in 1999)- for that last great screening in the sky. With his passing comes the end of an unbroken run of world cinema criticism that covered almost half a century. Siskel and Ebert were the first film critics on television and over the years came to be known for upholding the standard of great cinema in America.

Join us in taking a look back at some of the great moments that came to us over the years by way of the balcony. First up, Streebo shares his thoughts on Roger Ebert and his partner Gene Siskel in his latest v-log. After that we have a series of great clips and classic shows from the years of Siskel and Ebert and the Movies.

Remember, mutants, we’ll keep seeing you at the movies. Roger and Gene wouldn’t want it any other way.

Streebo’s v-log tribute to Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel.

Siskel & Ebert onFilm Criticism

Siskel and Ebert defend Star Wars.

Siskel & Ebert the Worst of 1986

Siskel & Ebert At The Movies: Return of the Jedi

Siskel & Ebert at the Movies: The James Bond series

Siskel & Ebert on Aliens

Siskel & Ebert on Goodfellas

Siskel & Ebert on The Critic

Siskel & Ebert on the Dirty Harry films.

Roger Ebert on the Death of Gene Siskel

Richard Roeper on Roger Ebert

Siskel & Ebert and Roeper funny moments

Siskel & Ebert on Howard Stern

Siskel & Ebert on Stern 3-15-91

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