Roger Ebert, the Pulitzer Prize-winning movie critic for the Chicago Sun-Times for more than 45 years who watched about 10 movies per week for more than three decades has died. The famous film critic announced just yesterday that he would be taking time off. Ebert was the co-host of one of the most well-known and enjoyed television programs in history, especially with the late Gene Siskel, the movie critic for the Chicago Tribune. Siskel died in 1999.
Ebert was 70 years old.