Review Terminator Salvation, Night at the Museum 2, and Dance Flick on TV!

And earn a crisp $100 doing it!

by | May 22, 2009 | Comments

Did you miss last night’s episode of the Rotten Tomatoes Show on Current TV? Watch it online here for slam-bang reviews of last weekend’s Angels & Demons, The Brothers Bloom, and Management, an in-studio visit by adult film star Sasha Grey, and host Brett Erlich’s impassioned defense of all robotkind; are those Terminators really so bad after all? If you’d like to submit your own webcam reviews, three-word reviews, and haikus for next week’s show (Terminator Salvation, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, and Dance Flick), see how you can be a part of the show. After all, if your webcam review makes it on the show, you get a cool, crisp $100!

Head over to the Current website to see how you can offer your Webcam or three-word reviews for the movies they’ll be tackling in next week’s episode: Terminator: Salvation, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, and Dance Flick. What’s more, if Current uses your review on the show, you’ll get a crisp Benjamin in your wallet. That’s right, $100 just for telling us what you thought about the movie you saw! The submission form itself can be found on the right hand side of the Current page linked above.

IMPORTANT: All webcam reviews must be submitted by midnight on MONDAY 5/25–it’s a four day weekend after all!

If you missed the last episode, which featured reviews of Angels & Demons, Brothers Bloom, and Management — as well as an in-studio visit by The Girlfriend Experience star Sasha Grey, you can see it here:

If you’ve never submitted a webcam review to The Rotten Tomatoes Show before, we have just the thing to help you out. Below, you’ll find two instructional videos featuring Brett Erlich from RTS and our Editor in Chief, Matt Atchity, that will help guide you through the process of creating and submitting your reviews. Give them a look, and prepare to stun the masses with your filmic knowledge!

In the first video, Brett and Matt explain exactly how you go about submitting your video review, offering tips on different cameras you can use, lighting, and setting. You can see it here:

Submission Tutorial Video #1:

The second video goes into more detail about the actual content and execution of your video, including what to talk about, how to say it, and how you can tailor your sound bites to fit nicely with the pace of the show. Check it out, and then click the link below the article when you’re ready to submit yours!

Submission Tutorial Video #2:

Click HERE to submit your webcam review!

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