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Hot Ticket is a syndicated movie review and entertainment television program from 2001 to 2004. The half-hour show was hosted by Leonard Maltin and Todd Newton during its first season, and by Maltin and Joyce Kulhawik in seasons 2 and 3. It was distributed by Paramount Domestic Television. The show featured MTV-style fast cutting. For each movie, the hosts voted Hot or Not with red or blue cards. The show featured film reviews, showing and rating trailers, DVD recommendations, general discussions about film, and short interviews with actors about their upcoming roles. Written by internet

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21 September 2002 | by (In a theater near you!) – See all my reviews

I like this program, but I wish they would spotlight new actors instead of spotlighting a select few and recycling the footage. I've seen Leonard and Joyce spotlight Harrison Ford and Meg Ryan three times now, about a month apart between showings. They'll probably show it again next month. It's like they have to briefly review new theatrical releases and then use old concepts to fill out the rest of the show, and they can't review DVDs or limited-release movies like Ebert and Roeper do. I could personally do without finding out what Leonard and Joyce's favorite movies from the 1960s are.

Another thing I don't like is the "Hot" and "Not" votes. It's obvious Leonard is warm on a few movies and often wishes to give a vote somewhere in between. Joyce, however, is one of those "feast or famine" voters, meaning she either loves the movie, or she doesn't like it at all. "The gray area" seems to be an alien concept for her.

To summarize, this show needs a lot of work to keep it fresh and watchable every week.


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