Will it be Julia Louis-Dreyfus or Amy Poehler? Kate McKinnon or Kate Mulgrew? Rotten Tomatoes polled a group of Tomatometer-approved critics to see who might take home the statues for leading and supporting actress in a comedy series.
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For co-directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller very quickly take Grae Drake to school while discussing this long-awaited sequel. Josh Brolin, Eva Green, and Jessica Alba further discuss their evil characters, being nude, and how satisfying it is to get movie-revenge.
Although most of the available titles are either indie films or TV series, we have a slew of new releases on home video this week, beginning with the Spider-Man sequel, Jim Jarmusch's moody vampire flick, and the latest film of the Hammer revival. Then, we've also got a new film written and directed by John Turturro, John Sayles' indie thriller, and Alejandro Jodorowsky's return to the big screen. On TV, we've got new seasons of Boardwalk Empire, The Good Wife, Parks and Recreation, and the miniseries adaptation of Rosemary's Baby, among others. Read on for details.
This week on streaming video, we've got a big Marvel blockbuster sequel, a biopic of a Star Trek star-turned-social media icon, Ti West's latest horror flick, and a sports drama starring Kevin Costner. On top of that Netflix has some decent new choices, including a WWII survival story, a well-received home invasion thriller, and the complete series of a popular CBS cop show. Read on for details.
"I really don't like ranking things," director Matthew Weiner told Rotten Tomatoes. "I have so many movies that I like and if I have to name my top 10, I might be in the neighborhood where I cover the bases. But I love movies and I watch all kinds of movies and all kinds of movies have influenced me in my life so it's very hard for me." That said, Weiner, whose first post-Mad Men feature Are You Here opens this week, was able to name five of his favorite films -- while trying to avoid the obvious choices.