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by | September 25, 2009 | Comments

Time for the weekly update, folks. As always, thanks to everyone who has submitted reviews and helped contribute to the show. Every week, we continue to bring you a lively, upbeat, and fun perspective on movies, and participation from RT and Current users, as well as viewers of the show, has been a big part of it. We do, of course, need more people to take part in the show each week, and that’s why we’re here to tell you how you can contribute! If you’ve watched the show at all and thought to yourself, “Wait, I can do what these people are doing! And I have much more interesting things to say than that!”, then you need to head on over to the Current website to see how you can offer your Webcam reviews for the movies they’ll be tackling next week: Surrogates, Fame, and Pandorum. 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 deadline for webcam reviews is Sunday at midnight, so get to those theaters and watch those movies!

If you missed the last episode, which featured this week’s reviews as well as the 5 worst fad movies of all time, there are now a number of ways you can watch it. Not only do they replay every episode several times throughout the week on Current TV, you can also download them from iTunes, watch them on Hulu, or watch the last episode 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!

Time for the weekly update, folks. As always, thanks to everyone who has submitted reviews and helped contribute to the show. Every week, we continue to bring you a lively, upbeat, and fun perspective on movies, and participation from RT and Current users, as well as viewers of the show, has been a big part of it. We do, of course, need more people to take part in the show each week, and that’s why we’re here to tell you how you can contribute! If you’ve watched the show at all and thought to yourself, “Wait, I can do what these people are doing! And I have much more interesting things to say than that!”, then you need to head on over to the Current website to see how you can offer your Webcam reviews for the movies they’ll be tackling next week: Jennifer’s Body, The Informant!, and Love Happens. 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, and remember, the deadline for webcam reviews is Sunday at midnight!

If you missed the last episode, which featured this week’s reviews as well as the top 5 hottest women trying to kill you in the movies, there are now a number of ways you can watch it. Not only do they replay every episode several times throughout the week on Current TV, you can also download them from iTunes, watch them on Hulu, or watch the last episode 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!

Time for the weekly update, folks. As always, thanks to everyone who has submitted reviews and helped contribute to the show. Every week, we continue to bring you a lively, upbeat, and fun perspective on movies, and participation from RT and Current users, as well as viewers of the show, has been a big part of it. We do, of course, need more people to take part in the show each week, and that’s why we’re here to tell you how you can contribute! If you’ve watched the show at all and thought to yourself, “Wait, I can do what these people are doing! And I have much more interesting things to say than that!”, then you need to head on over to the Current website to see how you can offer your Webcam reviews for the movies they’ll be tackling TWO WEEKS from now, since the show will have a week off next week: 9, Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself, and Whiteout. 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, and remember, the deadline for webcam reviews is Sunday at midnight!

If you missed the last episode, which featured this week’s reviews as well as rapper-actor Ludacris’ favorite movies and Brett’s list of the worst movie jobs, there are now a number of ways you can watch it. Not only do they replay every episode several times throughout the week on Current TV, you can also download them from iTunes, watch them on Hulu, or watch the last episode 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!

Time for the weekly update, folks. As always, thanks to everyone who has submitted reviews and helped contribute to the show. Every week, we continue to bring you a lively, upbeat, and fun perspective on movies, and participation from RT and Current users, as well as viewers of the show, has been a big part of it. We do, of course, need more people to take part in the show each week, and that’s why we’re here to tell you how you can contribute! If you’ve watched the show at all and thought to yourself, “Wait, I can do what these people are doing! And I have much more interesting things to say than that!”, then you need to head on over to the Current website to see how you can offer your Webcam reviews for the movies they’ll be tackling in next week’s episode: Funny People, In the Loop, and Thirst. 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, and remember, the deadline for webcam reviews is Sunday at midnight!

If you missed the last episode, which featured this week’s reviews as well as a movie tour of New York and Zooey Deschanel’s top 5 Weapons of Enchantment, 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!

Time for the weekly update, folks. As always, thanks to everyone who has submitted reviews and helped contribute to the show. Every week, we continue to bring you a lively, upbeat, and fun perspective on movies, and participation from RT and Current users, as well as viewers of the show, has been a big part of it. We do, of course, need more people to take part in the show each week, and that’s why we’re here to tell you how you can contribute! If you’ve watched the show at all and thought to yourself, “Wait, I can do what these people are doing! And I have much more interesting things to say than that!”, then you need to head on over to the Current website to see how you can offer your Webcam reviews for the movies they’ll be tackling in next week’s episode: The Ugly Truth, G-Force, and Orphan. 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, and remember, the deadline for webcam reviews is Sunday at midnight!

If you missed the last episode, which featured this week’s reviews as well as a movie tour of New York and Zooey Deschanel’s top 5 Weapons of Enchantment, 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!

Time for the weekly update, folks. As always, thanks to everyone who has submitted reviews and helped contribute to the show. Every week, we continue to bring you a lively, upbeat, and fun perspective on movies, and participation from RT and Current users, as well as viewers of the show, has been a big part of it. We do, of course, need more people to take part in the show each week, and that’s why we’re here to tell you how you can contribute! If you’ve watched the show at all and thought to yourself, “Wait, I can do what these people are doing! And I have much more interesting things to say than that!”, then you need to head on over to the Current website to see how you can offer your Webcam reviews for the movies they’ll be tackling in next week’s episode: Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, My Sister’s Keeper, and The Hurt Locker. 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, and remember, the deadline for webcam reviews is Sunday at midnight!

If you missed the last episode, which featured this week’s reviews as well as the top 5 movie Summer Camps, 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!

Time for the weekly update, folks. As always, thanks to everyone who has submitted reviews and helped contribute to the show. Every week, we continue to bring you a lively, upbeat, and fun perspective on movies, and participation from RT and Current users, as well as viewers of the show, has been a big part of it. We do, of course, need more people to take part in the show each week, and that’s why we’re here to tell you how you can contribute! If you’ve watched the show at all and thought to yourself, “Wait, I can do what these people are doing! And I have much more interesting things to say than that!”, then you need to head on over to the Current website to see how you can offer your Webcam reviews for the movies they’ll be tackling in next week’s episode: Year One, The Proposal, and Whatever Works. 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, and remember, the deadline for webcam reviews is Sunday at midnight!

If you missed the last episode, which featured this week’s reviews as well as rapper-turned-actor Common’s Five Favorite Films and a look at the best movie dads, 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!

Time for the weekly update, folks. As always, thanks to everyone who has submitted reviews and helped contribute to the show. Every week, we continue to bring you a lively, upbeat, and fun perspective on movies, and participation from RT and Current users, as well as viewers of the show, has been a big part of it. We do, of course, need more people to take part in the show each week, and that’s why we’re here to tell you how you can contribute! If you’ve watched the show at all and thought to yourself, “Wait, I can do what these people are doing! And I have much more interesting things to say than that!”, then you need to head on 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: The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3, Imagine That, and Moon. 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, and remember, the deadline for webcam reviews is Sunday at midnight!

If you missed the last episode, which featured this week’s reviews as well as Errol Morris’ Five Favorite Films and a look at Eddie Murphy’s five worst films, 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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