Robert Horton’s film reviews will be missed

Regarding the end of Robert Horton’s regular movie reviews (“36 years, thousands of movies — it’s been a great gig,” The Herald, March 12):

I’ve read all of his reviews. They wre an excellent guide regarding which movies we might want to see. His reviews will be missed, just as those of Gene Siskel and Robert Ebert.

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Georgene Ranney

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