This weekend, Pierce Brosnan rejoins the action-star ranks with The November Man, a new thriller from director Roger Donaldson (The Bank Job) about a retired CIA agent lured back into the game for one last mission. But if the sight of the former James Bond coolly wielding a pistol reminds you of Brosnan's past secret-agent glories, we're here to remind you that his filmography is about so much more than characters with a certain set of skills; in fact, he's been part of a long series of critically acclaimed -- and eclectic -- projects. How many of your favorites match up with the critics? Let's start the countdown and find out!
Mindy Kaling is a Jane of all trades. She began on the U.S. adaptation of The Office as a staff writer, but her character Kelly Kapoor was quickly fleshed out into a more prominent role. Currently she's writing, producing, and starring in her own show, The Mindy Project, set to begin its third season Sept. 16 at 9:30 pm on Fox.
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Whit Stillman (Metropolitan, The Last Days of Disco, Barcelona) dropped by the Rotten Tomatoes studio to talk with TV Editor Sarah Ricard about his new project, The Cosmopolitans. Streaming for free starting Aug. 28, The Cosmopolitans is part of Amazon Studio's "pilot season," and follows a group of young expatriates (Adam Brody, Chloe Sevigny, Carrie MacLemore, Adriano Giannini) living in Paris and searching for love.
NBC's Monday night broadcast of the 66th Annual Primetime Emmys brought in a lot of viewers -- many of whom had plenty to say about it. Here's what the critics thought of the show, including who won, who lost, who hosted, who nailed it, and who might want to stay home next year.
Editor-in-Chief Matt Atchity recaps the ninth (and penultimate) episode of The Leftovers with Ryan Fujitani and Sarah Ricard. The team shares feedback from listeners, and makes some predictions about the finale. As usual, this is spoiler-heavy discussion, so don't listen if you haven't already watched it!