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As many as 5,000 clips featuring film reviews by Roger Ebert, Gene Siskel, Richard Roeper and guests of their movie commentary show will be available online starting Thursday.
The collection of video-based segments from “Ebert & Roeper” and “Siskel & Ebert,” which often feature heated commentary between the critics, can be searched by movie title, director and actor and will reside through the “At the Balcony” feature found on the show’s Web site at AtTheMoviesTV.com.
Additionally, to help introduce the online archive, Ebert will host a live online chat Thursday at 5 p.m. PDT on the site.
“It is always fascinating to go back and see what was being said about a film before it opened,” Ebert said. “The disagreements, between me and Siskel and Roeper, will be fun to revisit, and even more exciting will be our sense of discovery when we find something like ‘Boyz N the Hood,’ ‘Fargo,’ ‘Hoop Dreams’ or ‘Monster.’ ”
Reviews from the past 20 years will cover movies ranging from current releases to classic titles.
“At the Movies with Ebert & Roeper” (previously “Siskel & Ebert”) is embarking on its 22nd season. It is distributed by Disney/ABC Domestic Television.
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