Beginning this week in its box office analysis Entertainment Weekly includes the results of audience exit polling done by the Las Vegas-based movie research firm CinemaScore, which asks opening-night moviegoers to rate the films they’ve just seen with a grade from A to F. If you’d like to know more about how audiences rated a particular film you can call the CinemaScore Word-of-Mouth Hot Line (1-900-903-FILM), a computerized phone service that offers survey results for the top current movies as well as scores for films researched in the past 12 months. In addition to movie grades, the line features a diverse menu of info and trivia, such as a schedule of upcoming major-studio releases (listed by month and studio), and the box office grosses for the week’s top 10. There’s even an Academy Award quiz where each week callers can test their Oscar IQs. Calls are 95 cents a minute and $1.95 for the first minute (you must use a touch-tone phone).
Posted August 30 1991 — 12:00 AM EDT
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