Vudu promised its 1080p a la carte streaming movie service would be coming to the LG BD390 Blu-ray player by the end of last month, making LG's connected box just about the best on the market. Well, it's a little late, but it's here, and it brings with it some new goodies: namely, Rotten Tomatoes integration.
In case you've never heard of RT, it's kind of the be-all, end-all of movie review sites, compiling dozens of reviews per movie to come up with a sort of meta-score, which, more times than not, gives you a decent sense of what to expect from a film. Vudu's movie selection interface is now littered with tomatoes: tomatoes with the combined "Tomatometer" score at each film's selection screen, tomatoes with individual review excerpts in each film's selection screen, tomatoes, tomatoes, tomatoes tomatoes.
Both upgrades will be free, and both will just sorta happen: LG BD390 users should expect an upgrade prompt any time now, and all Vudu users should keep an eye out for the new ratings system. [Vudu]