Since breaking into Hollywood in 1992 with his low-budget masterpiece El Mariachi, Robert Rodriguez has done it all -- and not only in terms of his eclectic filmography, which includes action, sci-fi, horror, comedy, and family-friendly thrills. He's also one of the most hands-on filmmakers in the studio system, assuming editing, composing, and cinematography duties on top of directing, writing, and production. Given all that, we felt it was only right that we honor Rodriguez's work on the long-awaited Sin City sequel A Dame to Kill For by taking a look back at some of the brightest critical highlights from his career. It's time for Total Recall!
Dan Deevy speaks to Chloe Grace Moretz, Jamie Blackley, Mereille Enos, and Joshua Leonard about the emotional highs and lows in their film If I Stay, and how if you're too awesome, it means you're a goner.
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.