CHICAGO (AP) -- Thanks to the Web, the balcony will never close.
Clips from Ebert and Roeper's (ROH'-perz) movie review TV show are being posted online.
Starting tomorrow, www-dot-At The Movies TV-dot-com will include more than 5,000 movie reviews.
The reviews span more than 20 years of the show hosted by newspaper film critics Roger Ebert and the late Gene Siskel and columnist Richard Roeper.
The site is touted as the largest collection of video-based movie reviews online.
Viewers will be able to search by movie title, director or actor. They'll see the lively discussions about movies that always end with reviewers assigning a "thumbs up" or "thumbs down" designation.
The 65-year-old Ebert has not appeared on "Ebert & Roeper" since last summer. He's undergone a series of operations in recent years.