He once seemed destined for nothing better or worse than simple teen idolhood, but since escaping from 21 Jump Street in 1990, Johnny Depp has proven himself to be a brave (and mostly pretty astute) chooser of scripts, building an impressive filmography that encompasses everything from black-and-white arthouse fare (Dead Man) to blockbuster Disney trilogies (Pirates of the Caribbean). This weekend, he returns to theaters in Transcendence as a scientist who has his consciousness uploaded to the cloud, so we thought now would be a fine time to devote a fresh installment of Total Recall to counting down the 10 best-reviewed releases of Depp's 30-year (and counting) film career.
The season two finale of Bates Motel is quickly approaching. Norman and Norma's unconventional mother-son relationship continues, but Norma's pull on her son is slowly loosening and she can't protect him much longer from himself. Check out the trailer for a preview of the final three episodes of the season.
NBC's remake of Rosemary's Baby, starring Zoe Saldana, is fast-approaching. On May 11th, we'll say for sure whether rebooting this horror classic as a miniseries was actually a good idea or not. Until then, check out the first full trailer and tell us what you think.
Rotten Tomatoes Editor in Chief Matt Atchity brings in RT TV Zone Editor Sarah Ricard & Review Aggregator Catherine Pricci to talk about the "The Lion and The Rose," the second episode of Season 4 of Game of Thrones. There are plenty of spoilers about this episode, so don't listen if you haven't already watched it!
Rotten Tomatoes Editor in Chief Matt Atchity and Senior Editor Grae Drake introduce the Rotten Tomatoes Podcast. They cover what you can expect from upcoming podcasts, and talk about what the critics are saying about Draft Day, Rio 2, Oculus, and Season 4 of Game of Thrones.