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by | October 12, 2009 | Comments

This week, the Rotten Tomatoes Show will be looking at the movies that opened over the weekend, including Couples Retreat, Bronson, and An Education, 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 Haiku Reviews of the last movie you saw. In order to submit 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 last week’s episode, you can either download the podcast on iTunes, watch it on Hulu, or watch it here:


This week, the Rotten Tomatoes Show will be looking at the movies that opened over the weekend, including Zombieland, Whip It, and A Serious Man, 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 Haiku Reviews of the last movie you saw. In order to submit 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 last week’s episode, you can either download the podcast on iTunes, watch it on Hulu, or watch it here:


This week, the Rotten Tomatoes Show will be looking at the movies that opened over the weekend, including Surrogates, Fame, and Pandorum, 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 Haiku Reviews of the last movie you saw. In order to submit 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 last week’s episode, you can either download the podcast on iTunes, watch them on Hulu, or watch it here:


This week, the Rotten Tomatoes Show will be looking at the movies that opened over the weekend, including Jennifer’s Body, The Informant!, and Love Happens, 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 Haiku Reviews of the last movie you saw. In order to submit 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 last week’s 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, including G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, Paper Heart, and Julie & Julia, 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 Haiku Reviews of the last movie you saw. In order to submit 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 last week’s 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, including Funny People, In the Loop, and Thirst, 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 Haiku Reviews of the last movie you saw. In order to submit 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 last week’s 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, including G-Force, The Ugly Truth, and The Orphan, 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 Haiku Reviews of the last movie you saw. In order to submit 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 last week’s episode, you can either download the podcast on iTunes or watch it here:


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