Roger Ebert is taking a pass on striking back at Charlie Sheen.
In a show in Tampa, Fla., on Friday, Sheen was asked about a critique of his performance in "Wall Street" by Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel.
His interview, a local radio personality, said, "Now, one of them is dead and cancer ate the other one's f---ing face off. Now that is winning," according to the St. Petersburg Times.
"I didn't wish that upon them at all," Sheen said. "But in hindsight, it's pretty f---ing cool."
Asked for comment by The Daily, Ebert said the review was "mild, mild, mild. ... Jeez. I've praised him in so many movies," and left it at that.