Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel were the most famous film critics in the world for a reason.
Roger Ebert, the iconic film critic who was a tireless voice for great film in science fiction and beyond, passed away Thursday after a long battle with cancer.
As the legendary film critic celebrates his 70th birthday today, we're going to celebrate the intelligence and depth with which he wrote about some of film's most enduring works of fantastic cinema.
Battle: Los Angeles doesn't open until tomorrow, but major sci-fi fan Roger Ebert weighed in on the alien invasion movie today, giving it an abysmal half star on his 1 to 4 star rating scale, and slamming it with some of his most damning and creative invective.
Ebert has come forward with another opinion sure to stir up controversy—he blasted the entire concept of 3-D movies as a "waste."
The world's most influential movie critic is one of the first out of the gate with his review of Kick-Ass, and he's given the film an emphatic thumb's down.