Film review site Rotten Tomatoes, which has been offering moviegoers one-stop collections of critic and audience opinions since 1998, this week began offering that same service to TV lovers. As with movies, site visitors can search a comprehensive database to see if a TV series has earned a “fresh” or “rotten” grade on the Tomatometer. The search will also produce a show description, cast information, and links to full reviews.
With five Academy Award nominations and four Golden Globe nominations, “Zero Dark Thirty” was among the most acclaimed movies of 2012. See what critics and audiences had to say at movie website Rotten Tomatoes.
If you missed it in theaters, you can catch it on Suddenlink Video on Demand (VOD) starting Tuesday, March 19.
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Moviegoers and movie critics were not likely surprised when “Argo” was named Best Picture at the Oscar Awards last night. At Rotten Tomatoes, 96 percent of critics and 93 percent of audience members recommended the film.
Chicago Sun-Times critic Roger Ebert called the film “both spellbinding and surprisingly funny.”
Where Suddenlink VOD is available, check out this and other titles by going to Channel 1. A Suddenlink digital receiver is required to access the VOD menu.
Moviegoers and critics at the Rotten Tomatoes website don’t always see eye to eye. But when rating “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” which debuts tomorrow on Suddenlink Video on Demand (VOD), both groups overwhelmingly call the coming-of-age film “fresh.” Rolling Stone film critic Peter Travers agrees.