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    Re: Roger Ebert Dies at 70

    I thought I was the only one on earth to think he was a treasure. I cannot believe the love he's getting. I'm thrilled by that.

    As I get older I'm realizing that some things you get to take with you all your life and some things you lose. I'll really miss his voice.

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    Re: Roger Ebert Dies at 70

    Variatio delectat - Cicero

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    Re: Roger Ebert Dies at 70

    That review is classic.

    I like this one, too: http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/...S/5120301/1023

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    Re: Roger Ebert Dies at 70

    Quote Originally Posted by Dom Heffner View Post
    That review is classic.

    I like this one, too: http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/...S/5120301/1023
    That is fantastic. I loved Ebert's reviews and enjoyed his friendly battles with Siskel years ago. In many cases, it was more fun to hear what they had to say about movies than to see the movies themselves.
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    Re: Roger Ebert Dies at 70

    Quote Originally Posted by RichRed View Post
    That is fantastic. I loved Ebert's reviews and enjoyed his friendly battles with Siskel years ago. In many cases, it was more fun to hear what they had to say about movies than to see the movies themselves.
    Siskel and Ebert were great to watch. I remember watching them every week. They started on PBS,IIRC and then went into national syndication. They had really good rapport and very funny when they disagreed.
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