Arrested Development was cancelled by a network and saved by Netflix before it was cool. And if you have no idea what's hidden in the banana stand, how to pronounce "Gob," why a loose seal is dangerous, or what an analrapist does for a living, then you're long overdue to binge Arrested Development, "the story of a wealthy family who lost everything, and the one son who had no choice but to keep them all together."
The Godfather of Soul gets his cinematic due this weekend with the James Brown biopic Get On Up, starring 42's Chadwick Boseman as the legendary singer. The prospect of watching director Tate Taylor's dramatization of Brown's remarkable life has left all of us in the RT offices with ants in our pants and the need to dance, so we decided to devote this week's list to a celebration of all things filmic and funky. Jump back, we wanna kiss ourselves: It's time for Total Recall!
Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Vin Diesel, and Dave Bautista, aka The Guardians of the Galaxy, discuss their consistently introspective roles, the meaning behind their makeup, the lack of syllables in their lines, and what mementos from the 80s they collect. Director James Gunn expounds on raccoons and how his brother Sean Gunn brought Rocket to life. Then, they dance.
In this special edition of the Rotten Tomatoes podcast, Editor-in-Chief Matt Atchity interviews filmmaker Kevin Smith and actress Genesis Rodriguez about their new movie Tusk. Also, The Last Ship co-creator Hank Steinberg discusses adapting a book into a TV show, writing for serialized television, and going to Comic-Con for the first time.