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Matt Singer. Seems like every week film criticism dies a new death. Those four little digits, he says, and the ratings system they popularized ruined modern film discourse. And the blame rests squarely on the shoulders of Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel. It was those influenced by Siskel and Ebert who stepped up and became the modern day film critics. The ones who launched websites, or in the early days took to BBS boards. These were the film critics of tomorrow.
Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel need no introduction among film fans as they, alongside other notable critics like Pauline Kael, helped define the art of film criticism. Siskel and Ebert were actually professional rivals when they first came together to host a Chicago PBS movie review show that was eventually titled Sneak Previews. Siskel wrote for the Chicago Tribune while Ebert wrote for the Chicago Sun-Times, so the tension they felt as rivals often spilled over on camera. The two critics would often completely disagree with each over about the merits of a particular movie, which would lead to amusing verbal sparring. After seven years hosting Sneak Previews , they would leave the show for their own series At The Movies in ; the duo would later move the show to Disney in