Joyce Kulhawik makes you want to change the channel!
Hot Ticket is considered fill. Ebert and Roeper lead the weekly block hour with their opinion on the movies at your local cinema. Once they have made their peace with their "thumbs up" "thumbs down," Hot Ticket concludes the critics corner for the week. The only problem is that the team known as Maltin and Kulhawik have no move magic as critics. Leonard Maltin has been talking movies since I was born. Starting out with his weekly segments on Showtime back in the early 80's, Maltin has made it to a network but failed as a respected critic. Joyce Kulhawik makes you want to change the channel as her opinion doesn't hold up. From giving movies like The Passion a "Not" rating, Maltin and Joyce Kulhawik represent the pop culture trash of the consumer generation. While Ebert and Roeper actually known film, the Hot Ticket segment is for pure advertising dollars. On its own, it wouldn't survive.
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