Rest in peace to movie rating legend Roger Ebert. He was known for the “Two Thumbs Up” thing back in the years.
Originally posted on Hollywood Life:
The legendary critic died April 4 in Chicago.
Roger Ebert, the first film critic to ever win a Pulitzer Prize, died April 4 after battling both cancer of the thyroid and salivary gland, the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Best known for his influential reviews and his multiple television shows — including At The Movies, which he co-hosted with Gene Siskel, who was later replaced by Richard Roeper in 2000, following Gene’s death — Roger left an undeniable imprint in the film industry.