This week on home video, we've got Paul Walker's immensely popular blockbuster swan song, a worthy animated sequel, and a very special episode of an international hit TV series. Then, we've also got a gripping Danish drama, Keanu Reeves' pet project kung fu flick, and a number of other small releases, followed by a couple of anniversary reissues and some more notable selections from the Criterion Collection. Read on for the full list.
Martin Freeman, aka Bilbo Baggins, smashes the fourth wall into smithereens as he reveals what it was like to shoot a beautiful, iconic moment from The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. He also discusses what he covets in his real life...but don't think of asking him what his favorite record is.
In a year that saw fairly evenly distributed honors, Sean Ellis's crime drama Metro Manila took home awards for both Best British Independent Film and Best Director, nabbing hardware for two of the top distinctions, as well as the prize for Best Achievement in Production. Read on for the full list of winners.
Thanksgiving's most popular leftovers topped the charts with a twist as the Disney animated smash Frozen climbed from second place into the number one spot with The Hunger Games: Catching Fire settling for the runner-up spot this time. The weekend after the busy turkey frame always sees significant belt-tightening and the box office predictably dropped 55% from a week ago. But powered by the awesome twosome, ticket sales were substantially higher than last year and 2011.
The Los Angeles Film Critics Association is currently announcing their winners for 2013. Rotten Tomatoes is updating this list live, and will feature the full poster layout when all winners have been announced.
Need a little holiday cheer on the tube this season? No sweat; Rotten Tomatoes has got you covered. From live television specials to reliable old favorites, here is a list of the various themed programming you can tune into this holiday season.
This week's Ketchup includes big superhero news, such as the film debut of Wonder Woman and the announcement of X-Men: Apocalypse for 2016. There's also a few sports-related movies (involving LeBron James and Vince Lombardi), and our first glimpse at the movies of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.