Roger Ebert dies at 70: Reactions from celebrities he critiqued in reviews

Slideshow posted in Photos | Thursday, April 04, 2013

7 of 13: 'Ever a class act, @EbertChicago made me love movies even more. http://bit.ly/Y0z147 #RIP,' actor Seth Green Tweeted, in reaction to the news that Roger Ebert had passed away at age 70.

In his review of the 1999 film 'Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me,' published in the Chicago Sun Times, Ebert said about Seth Green's performance: 'I liked Seth Green as Evil's son, not least because he has obviously studied Ebert's Bigger Little Movie Glossary and knows all about the Fallacy of the Talking Killer. (When Evil gets Powers in his grasp, Evil's son complains, 'You never kill him when you have the chance to.')'

(Pictured: Seth Green and his wife, Clare Grant talk to OnTheRedCarpet.com at the Hollywood premiere of 'Mars Needs Moms.') (KABC Photo / OTRC)