You Can Get Paid $2,500 To Watch Christmas and Holiday Movies


Reviews.org will pay you $2,500 to watch 25 Holiday & Christmas movies in 25 days and I'm ready to quit my job.

OK, Pop Culture Weekers, you obviously know I have a little show called Pop Culture Weekly. You also know I live and breathe pop culture. So, when I came across this employment opportunity, I knew I was ready to quit my career as an on air talent for the biggest media company on Earth because.... REVIEWS.ORG WILL PAY YOU $2,500 TO WATCH 25 HOLIDAY AND CHRISTMAS MOVIES IN 25 DAYS!

Yes, you read that right! Reviews.org - which is an excellent site for getting honest reviews for your connected home - is paying someone (hopefully me) $2,500 to watch 25 Holiday and Christmas movies in 25 days. Like, this is my dream job. Get paid to watch movies? Get paid to trash Love Actually (which I not so lovingly refer to as Love Trash-ually). Get paid to watch National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation for the 412th time* and laugh hysterically as if I was watching it for the very first time? (*may not actually be the 412th time). If there was a job that was created for me, it would be this one. Or a Krispy Kreme taste tester, but that's not an option here, okay? So currently this is the dream job for me. And probably you too, dear Pop Culture Weeker.

So, here are the deets. You need to be 18 or older and have a streaming device (like an Apple TV 4K) that is connected to the internet. You'll watch 25 Christmas or Holiday movies of your choosing in 25 days and fill out a short post movie survey after each one. You have to apply by December 4th. The winner will be announced on the Reviews.org YouTube channel on December 7th. If you think this is the job for you - and let's be honest, who wouldn't love this? - then apply now for the Ho Ho Holiday Movie Dream Job.

Of course, if you win, I'll await my commission fee - or a gingerbread man in my likeness.

Good luck, Pop Culture Weekers!

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