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Independent voices from the TWT Communities
According to the latest Nielsens, released Tuesday, Sunday night’s telecast of “The Bible,” produced by husband-and-wife team Mark Burnett and Roma Downey for basic cable’s History channel, managed to attract more viewers than anything on two of the “Big 4” broadcast networks — NBC and ABC — during the entire week.
"Snow White & the Huntsman," a revisionist telling of the classic fairy tale, is only earning fair reviews from critics in its opening weekend.
They protect Earth from the dastardly aliens who roam among us, but Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones can only manage mediocre reviews from critics in "Men in Black 3."
"Battleship" has heavy-duty weaponry and an unflagging spirit of patriotism on its side, but that doesn't mean it's winning the war with critics.
"Dark Shadows" isn't exactly working its supernatural powers on film critics. The latest collaboration between director Tim Burton and star Johnny Depp is receiving lukewarm reviews in its opening weekend.
Not that it matters, because it's going to be a freakishly enormous success regardless of what critics say, but "Marvel's The Avengers" is kicking off the summer movie season with excellent reviews.
Critics weren't exactly clamoring to walk down the aisle with "The Five-Year Engagement." The latest Judd Apatow production is receiving merely average reviews in its opening weekend.
Zac Efron isn't finding much luck with the critics as his latest film, "The Lucky One," opens to pretty poor reviews.
All the hype seems to be justified: "The Cabin in the Woods" is a huge hit with critics.
Another slice of the "American Pie" franchise isn't exactly earning sweet reviews.
The Greek gods may be able to take down mythical beasts, but they can't win over film critics, as "Wrath of the Titans" opens this week to largely negative reviews.
The odds certainly seem to be in favor of "The Hunger Games," with the hotly anticipated adaptation of Suzanne Collins' novel earning strong reviews in its debut weekend.
Film critics had some choice words for Eddie Murphy's new flick "A Thousand Words," and none of them are positive.
Even the promise of unlimited debauchery can't get critics to RSVP "yes" for "Project X."