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This Rotten Week: Predicting Need For Speed And Single Mom's Club Reviews
Fresh off the Academy Awards and back into the swing of crappy, late winter movies. At least last Sunday we were reminded that Hollywood can put out quality work. Now just isn’t the time of year those movies see the light of day. This week we’ve got speed and single moms.
This Rotten Week: Predicting 300: Rise of an Empire and Mr. Peabody and Sherman Reviews
With a little awards show happening, we have a couple of movies that will most likely not end up on the red carpet next year. But they aren’t without their own merit. We get a little dose of sensationalized history visiting the folks from 300 and Mr. Peabody.
This Rotten Week: Predicting Non-Stop and Son of God Reviews
Just remember, I'm not reviewing these movies, but rather predicting where they'll end up on the Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer. Let's take a look at what This Rotten Week has to offer.
This Rotten Week: Predicting RoboCop, Winter's Tale, Endless Love and About Last Night Reviews
Not a great week of movies. This is for sure a quantity over quality thing happening. And except for a robotic police officer, there is plenty a cornball love-dovey stuff for the Valentine’s Day crowd with tales of winter, endless love and stories about last night.
This Rotten Week: Predicting Labor Day and That Awkward Moment Reviews
We’re stuck in a deep freeze on the East Coast, which is fine with me. The outdoors are completely overrated. Especially when we’ve got some movies to talk about. This week it’s awkward moments and falling in love with escaped convicts.
This Rotten Week: Predicting I, Frankenstein Reviews
Written and directed by Stuart Beattie who penned such masterpieces as G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (34%), Australia (55%) and 30 Days of Night (51%), I, Frankenstein seeks to undo a hundred years of filmmaking in one fell swoop of a stone gargoyle landing a building in a dystopian future.
This Rotten Week: Predicting Ride Along, Jack Ryan, Devil's Due and The Nut Job Reviews
Movie studios are starting to get back into the swing of things after a few slow weeks. That means the winter movies season is kicking into gear. And while these movies don’t look particularly good by any means, at least they don’t involve Hercules. This week we’ve got ride alongs, shadow recruits, the devil and nut jobs.
This Rotten Week: Predicting The Legend of Hercules Reviews
Inside This Rotten Week, it’s warm, cozy and just the right temperature for predicting Tomatometer scores. Small slate this week with only Hercules’ legend getting a little treatment.
This Rotten Week: Predicting Wolf Of Wall Street, 47 Ronin, Walter Mitty And More Reviews
Well this is the big one. Christmas week is like, umm well, Christmas for moviegoers. Studios pump films on to the big screen knowing folks are on vacation and trying desperately to get away from their families. So they head to the theaters for a much-needed respite from holiday "cheer". It’s an extravaganza with wolves, Ronin, daydreamers, boxers and Beliebers.
This Rotten Week: Predicting Anchorman 2, Walking with Dinosaurs and Her Reviews
I’m only moments from the time-honored tradition of trekking out into the first significant snowfall of the season and trudging a sled up and down a local hill with Little Rotten Week screaming “Go faster” and “My nose is chilly! Fix it!” Looking forward to “bonding”. But before I perform my Father of the Year duties, we’ve got some movies to discuss. It’s Ron Burgundy, dinosaurs and loving computers.
This Rotten Week: Predicting The Hobbit, Saving Mr. Banks, American Hustle and Madea Christmas Reviews
Huge week happening here this time around. No time to waste with droll/genius/thought-provoking banter here in the opening. Way too much heading into theaters. We’ve got Hobbits-ies, Mary Poppins, Americans hustling and Madea celebrating Christmas.
This Rotten Week: Predicting Homefront And Black Nativity Reviews
As we head into Thanksgiving and prepare our mind and body to consume a metric ton of free range turkey and organic mashed potatoes, let’s stop and reflect on the movie world for just a moment. For we can’t fill our stomachs if we don’t fill our cinematically-driven minds first.
This Rotten Week: Predicting Catching Fire And Delivery Man Reviews
Another dreary Sunday, but honestly, how down can anyone get when Katniss, Gale, that sap Peeta and the rest of the Panem subversives get together for another round on the big screen. Plus, Vince Vaughn is fathering a small community of kids. Those seem like cures for the gloomy Sunday blues
This Rotten Week: Predicting The Best Man Holiday Reviews
It’s a rainy, dreary day outside and I was hoping this week’s slate of movies would do a little to cheer me up. Nope. Only one flick on the docket and, well, it isn’t exactly inspiring. Alas, life goes on, and this Sunday may have just been made for football. This week we head off to a pre-wedding holiday
This Rotten Week: Predicting Thor: The Dark World Reviews
Yesterday Little Rotten Week picked up my hammer, proclaimed she wanted to help me “fix” something, held it menacingly over my wife’s iPhone, and began bringing the head of the hammer down towards the screen coming within inches of smashing it into a thousand pieces. I imagine she felt a lot like Thor. Just in time too, because this week we look at the hammer-wielder in a much anticipated sequel