I have been kind of obsessed with reading reviews of movies from his website. Old movies, new movies, classic movies, movies I like, movies I hate just to see what he has said. It all kind of started by reading a post on his blog. You see because of his struggles with cancer, he has lost the ability to speak, but he can of course still write and he does! Prolifically. The post I read was this one http://blogs.suntimes.com/ebert/2008/10/i_think_im_musing_my_mind.html about how he feels losing his speech has made his writing better, but it was already pretty wonderful. He also writes that he thinks his reviewing system (as are all grading systems) mostly bullshit, but he also wants to make his reviews useful. He tells you if it is worth it to go see them, and he writes that it touched him if it did even if it seems like it isn't a good enough or fancy enough movie to do that.
So I reccomend everyone at least read the link above and go to rogerebert.com and check things out. His answer man columns are awesome and so are his movie glossary that is ever expanding with the assistance of readers just like you and me. They make names for all those truisms of movie truth like The Tell Me Where You Are and I'll Come Get You Rule of movie dialogue among other wonderful things. Do it, is good internet time wasting.