Tune In to the Rotten Tomatoes Show This Week!

And get your Haiku and Three-Word Reviews in!

by | June 8, 2009 | Comments

After a one week hiatus, The Rotten Tomatoes Show is back this week, looking at the movies that opened
over this past weekend, with help from you (the Rotten Tomatoes community), the
Current TV community, and the viewers of the show. The cutoff for webcam reviews
has already passed (midnight on Sunday), but the good news is that you can still
contribute your Three-Word Reviews for this past weekend’s box office Top 5
(including the new openers The Hangover and Land of the Lost) or your Haiku Reviews of the last movie you saw. In order to submit 3-Word reviews, click here, and to offer your beautiful Haikus, click here.

Otherwise, be sure to tune in to our show this Thursday (10:30pm on Current TV), and if you missed the last episode, you can either download the podcast on iTunes or watch it here:


This week, The Rotten Tomatoes Show will be looking at the movies that opened
over the weekend, with help from you (the Rotten Tomatoes community), the
Current TV community, and the viewers of the show. The cutoff for webcam reviews
has already passed (midnight on Sunday), but the good news is that you can still
contribute your Three-Word Reviews for this past weekend’s box office Top 5
(including the new openers Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, Terminator: Salvation, and Dance Flick) or your Haiku Reviews of the last movie you saw. In order to submit 3-Word reviews, click here, and to offer your beautiful Haikus, click here.

Otherwise, be sure to tune in to our show this Thursday (10:30pm on Current TV), and if you missed the last episode, you can either download the podcast on iTunes or watch it here:


This week, The Rotten Tomatoes Show will be looking at the movies that opened
over the weekend, with help from you (the Rotten Tomatoes community), the
Current TV community, and the viewers of the show. The cutoff for webcam reviews
has already passed (midnight on Sunday), but the good news is that you can still
contribute your Three-Word Reviews for this past weekend’s box office Top 5
(including the new opener Angels & Demons, as well as Star Trek and X-Men Origins: Wolverine from past weeks) or your Haiku Reviews of the last movie you saw. In order to submit 3-Word reviews, click here, and to offer your beautiful Haikus, click here.

Otherwise, be sure to tune in to our show this Thursday (10:30pm on Current TV), and if you missed the last episode, you can either download the podcast on iTunes or watch it here:


This week, The Rotten Tomatoes Show will be looking at the movies that opened
over the weekend, with help from you (the Rotten Tomatoes community), the
Current TV community, and the viewers of the show. The cutoff for webcam reviews
has already passed (midnight on Sunday), but the good news is that you can still
contribute your Three-Word Reviews for this past weekend’s box office Top 5
(including the new openers X-Men Origins: Wolverine and Ghosts of Girlfriends Past) or your Haiku Reviews of the last movie you saw. In order to submit 3-Word reviews, click here, and to offer your beautiful Haikus, click here.

Otherwise, be sure to tune in to our show this Thursday (10:30pm on Current TV), and if you missed the last episode, you can either download the podcast on iTunes or watch it here:


This week, The Rotten Tomatoes Show will be looking at the movies that opened
over the weekend, with help from you (the Rotten Tomatoes community), the
Current TV community, and the viewers of the show. The cutoff for webcam reviews
has already passed (midnight on Sunday), but the good news is that you can still
contribute your Three-Word Reviews for this past weekend’s box office Top 5
(including the new openers Obsessed and Earth) or your Haiku Reviews of the last movie you saw. In order to submit 3-Word reviews, click here, and to offer your beautiful Haikus, click here.

Otherwise, be sure to tune in to our show this Thursday (10:30pm on Current TV), and if you missed the last episode, you can either download the podcast on iTunes or watch it here:


This week, The Rotten Tomatoes Show will be looking at the movies that opened
over the weekend, with help from you (the Rotten Tomatoes community), the
Current TV community, and the viewers of the show. The cutoff for webcam reviews
has already passed (midnight on Sunday), but the good news is that you can still
contribute your Three-Word Reviews for this past weekend’s box office Top 5
(including the new openers 17 Again and State of Play) or your Haiku Reviews of new DVD releases (The
Wrestler
and Frost/Nixon). In order to submit 3-Word reviews, click here, and to offer your beautiful Haikus, click here.

Otherwise, be sure to tune in to our show this Thursday (10:30pm on Current TV), and if you missed the last episode, you can either download the podcast on iTunes or watch it here:


This week, The Rotten Tomatoes Show will be looking at the movies that opened over the weekend, with help from you (the Rotten Tomatoes community), the Current TV community, and the viewers of the show. The cutoff for webcam reviews has already passed (midnight on Sunday), but the good news is that you can still contribute your Three-Word Reviews for this past weekend’s box office Top 5 (including the new openers Hannah Montana: The Movie, Dragonball: Evolution, and Observe and Report) or your Haiku Reviews of new DVD releases (The Spirit and The Reader). In order to submit 3-Word reviews, click here, and to offer your beautiful Haikus, click here.

Otherwise, be sure to tune in to our show this Thursday (10:30pm on Current TV), and if you missed the last episode, you can either download the podcast on iTunes or watch it here:



This week, The Rotten Tomatoes Show will be looking at the movies that opened over the weekend, with help from you (the Rotten Tomatoes community), the Current TV community, and the viewers of the show. The cutoff for webcam reviews has already passed (midnight on Sunday), but the good news is that you can still contribute your Three-Word Reviews for this past weekend’s box office Top 5 (including the new openers Adventureland, Fast & Furious, and Sugar) or your Haiku Reviews of new DVD releases (Doubt, Yes Man, and The Day the Earth Stood Still). In order to submit 3-Word reviews, click here, and to offer your beautiful Haikus, click here.

Otherwise, be sure to tune in to our show this Thursday (10:30pm on Current TV), and if you missed the last episode, you can either download the podcast on iTunes or watch it here:



This week, The Rotten Tomatoes Show will be looking at the movies that opened over the weekend, with help from you (the Rotten Tomatoes community), the Current TV community, and the viewers of the show. The cutoff for webcam reviews has already passed (midnight on Sunday), but the good news is that you can still contribute your Three-Word Reviews for this past weekend’s box office Top 5 (Monsters vs. Aliens, The Haunting in Connecticut, Knowing, Duplicity, and I Love You, Man) or your Haiku Reviews of new DVD releases (Slumdog Millionaire, Marley & Me, and Seven Pounds). In order to submit Three-Word Reviews, click here, and to contribute your beautiful Haikus, click here.

Otherwise, be sure to tune in to our show this Thursday (10:30pm on Current TV), and if you missed the last episode, here it is:



This week, The Rotten Tomatoes Show will be looking at the movies that opened over the weekend, with help from you (the Rotten Tomatoes community), the Current TV community, and the viewers of the show. The cutoff for webcam reviews has already passed (midnight on Sunday), but the good news is that you can still contribute your Three-Word Reviews for this past weekend’s box office Top 5 (Knowing, Duplicity, Race to Witch Mountain, Watchmen, and I Love You, Man) or your Haiku Reviews of new DVD releases (Bolt and Quantum of Solace). In order to submit Three-Word Reviews, click here, and to contribute your beautiful Haikus, click here.

Otherwise, be sure to tune in to our show this Thursday (10:30pm on Current TV), and if you missed the last episode, here it is:



So you missed the premiere episode of The Rotten Tomatoes Show two weeks ago because your in-laws were in town and they insisted on going to Sizzler. Oh, alright; that’s understandable and we’ll forgive you for it. Then, you also missed last week’s second episode because your dog ingested some bad Vienna Sausages and you spent the whole night cleaning up the “deposits” he randomly left around the house. Well, that’s two strikes right there, and though we would never truthfully call you “out” in this particular baseball analogy, we’d be the happiest batboys and -girls if you tuned in to the show this week (Thursday, March 19th at 10:30pm on Current TV)and checked out what we’ve been hyping up for the past several weeks. We promise it’ll be worth your time.

For those of you unfamiliar with the show altogether, The Rotten Tomatoes Show is an epic adventure that we here at RT are embarking upon with our friends at Current TV. True to our mission, the show discusses the movies that open each week, offering reviews not only from the show’s two hosts, Brett Erlich and Ellen Fox, but also webcam commentary from Tomatometer critics, filmmakers, comedians, and Current/RT users and viewers (i.e. YOU)! The show airs every Thursday at 10:30pm on your local Current channel, but luckily for you, each episode is posted online by the next day. If you missed last week’s episode, for example, hey, you can watch it now:



Submissions for each week’s episode are accepted over the weekend until midnight on Sunday, so be sure to tune in and find out which movies we’ll be requesting webcam reviews for. If you’re interested in participating and seeing your review aired on the show next week (Thursday, March 26th), then prep yourself to watch one of the three following movies and record a review: Duplicity, I Love You, Man, and Knowing.

Also, don’t forget you can follow us on Twitter!

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