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Rotten Tomatoes Invites Me to Post the Must See and Worst Films of 2009

posted by Nell Minow

Thanks so much to Rotten Tomatoes for including me in their year-end wrap-up of my must-see and worst picks for 2009. I was surprised to find so many of the other critics picked the same worst film that I did!
Be sure to take a look and vote for me!



  • Big_Dave_T

    I voted for you, on basis of your reputation though since I’m not that familiar with many of the movies mentioned. You need more votes though. Lots more.
    What’s up with the first two links here? They took me to some cartoon promo.

  • http://blog.beliefnet.com/moviemom/ Nell Minow

    Thanks, Big Dave! I think my choice was not the crowd-pleaser some of the others were, but I enjoyed writing it and reading all of the selections. Happy new year!

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