Roger Ebert just announced that, starting August 2, an archive of over 5,000 movie reviews and clips (including clips from movies) from the Siskel & Ebert and Ebert & Roeper will be available online in a searchable database for free. This is a fantastic move, especially if sites like Netflix or Blockbuster can link specific reviews to their movie. Hmm… do I want to rent “Diner”? Let’s see what Siskel and Ebert thought of it. I know come tomorrow I’ll be spending some quality time watching old reviews of movies I love and hate to see what they had to say about them.
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