If anyone is interested in his life / this topic, it is definitely worth the VOD rental. You will all be shocked to learn that while the film shows Siskel & Ebert on The Tonight Show & Letterman, no reference is ever made to their frequent Stern show appearances... Be forewarned that the film does not shy away at all from his illness. He gave the director full access to himself in the hospital, painfully getting his throat suctioned out and what it's really like to be terminally ill. But Ebert and his wife also allow themselves to be shown being frustrated and intemperate etc. And they allow Gene Siskel's widow to tell stories about what an asshole Ebert could be. Very honest depiction of an interesting, complicated life. No Richard Roeper at all, which was an interesting choice as well.