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Roger Ebert Gives Thumbs Up to Watch It: "Makes sense to me."

Photo of Bryce J. Renninger By Bryce J. Renninger | Indiewire February 9, 2012 at 12:14PM

Roger Ebert is launching his own page on Watch It, a website that lets you search film titles to find out where they're available -- whether a theater or a VOD platform. 
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screengrab of Ebert's Watch It page
Roger Ebert will continue to update his picks on Watch It, a service that lets you find movies wherever they're available.

Roger Ebert is launching his own page on Watch It, a website that lets you search film titles to find out where they're available -- whether a theater or a VOD platform. 

Ebert's page will initially focus on Oscar titles, but Ebert says he'll continue to update his channel after the awards.

"It's useful for the obvious reason," Ebert wrote in an email conversation with Indiewire. "You don't have to search several sites to find out if a movie is available On Demand. One-stop searching. Makes sense to me."

The site also lets you set alerts for when films will be available on your preferred VOD platforms.







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