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Movies and TV shows are Certified Fresh with a steady Tomatometer of 75% or higher after a set amount of reviews (80 for wide-release movies, 40 for limited-release movies, 20 for TV shows), including 5 reviews from Top Critics.
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Marvel's Ant-Man interviews feature stars Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas, Evangeline Lilly, Corey Stoll, Michael Pena, David Dastmalchian, T.I., and director Peyton Reed, discussing the horror of fire ants, the glory of shoulder rolls and waffles, and of course...getting your face licked.
Terminator Genisys, directed by Alan Taylor, produced by Dana Goldberg and David Ellison, and starring Emilia Clarke and Jai Courtney, features symbolism, murderous machines, and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Channing Tatum, Matt Bomer, Donald Glover, Stephen tWitch Boss, Joe Manganiello, Jada Pinkett Smith, Amber Heard, Andie MacDowell, Kevin Nash, and Adam Rodriguez all came out for Magic Mike XXL interviews. But nothing could have prepared them for this.
The stars of Max, Thomas Hayden Church, Lauren Graham, and Josh Wiggins, along with director Boaz Yakin, discuss working with Carlos, the canine star of the movie, (and how much nicer his trailer was). Grae also floats some alternative titles for the film past the cast, with limited success.
Dope, directed by Rick Famuyiwa, stars Shameik Moore, Blake Anderson, Kiersey Clemons, and Tony Revolori as nerds growing up in The Bottoms. Grae Drake talks to them about the message of the film, what people assume about them based on their looks, and finally...they exchange the rap session for an actual rap session.
Inside Out, Pixar's latest animated feature directed by Pete Docter, stars Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Lewis Black, Phyllis Smith, and Mindy Kahling as Joy, Fear, Anger, Sadness, and Disgust. Grae Drake leads them through a twisty-turny road of feelings and asks them about what their imaginary friend would look like if they had one today.
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl stars Olivia Cooke, Thomas Mann, and RJ Cyler demonstrate how their movie characters deal with irritating questions by going subhuman. Director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon discusses the unique camerawork in the film. None of the questions he was asked irritated him, so he refrains from going subhuman.
Jurassic World stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Nick Robinson, and Ty Simpkins get their very own dinosaurs in honor of the new movie in Steven Spielberg's prehistoric franchise. They also discuss the use of animatronics, Easter Eggs, and camera moves that will help you from getting too attached to certain characters.
John Cusack, Elizabeth Banks, and Paul Dano star in Love & Mercy, a musical biopic covering both the troubled life of singer/songwriter Brian Wilson as well as the creation of two of his most important albums. Inspired by the music, Grae Drake speaks to the stars about the genius of Pet Sounds and how good it feels to play piano with your feet in the sand.
In the new film Spy, writer/director Paul Feig outs the Face/Off machine made famous in the John Woo classic of the same name as being a real thing. Grae Drake gets the 411 on whose face stars Rose Byrne, Miranda Hart, Melissa McCarthy, and Feig would gladly change to if given half a chance.
Insidious: Chapter 3 stars series-staple Lin Shaye as Elise, the medium who plunges into The Further to communicate with spirits. Shaye, Director Leigh Whannell, and series newbies Dermot Mulroney and Stefanie Scott discuss one scene that left Grae Drake really, really upset.
The Entourage film picks up about six months after the HBO series ended, and continues to present the day-to-day lives of Vinnie Chase (Adrian Grenier), E (Kevin Connolly), Turtle (Jerry Ferrara), and Drama (Kevin Dillon) with the cash, mansions, and bikinis audiences are used to. Grae asks the vets, along with newcomers Haley Joel Osment and Ronda Rousey, what the show might tell aliens who happened to pick up on the HBO signal.
In Tomorrowland, the lapel pin transports you to the futuristic land in the blink of an eye. Grae Drake asks stars George Clooney, Britt Robertson, and Raffey Cassidy where they'd like to go in a flash if they could. Clooney also expands on his booby-trapped car and penchant for stretching the truth when it came to the science fairs of his youth.
Blythe Danner, Sam Elliott, Rhea Perlman, June Squibb, Mary Kay Place, Malin Akerman, and Martin Starr are so great together in I'll See You In My Dreams that Grae Drake pitches them a TV show idea to keep them all together forever. The result is TV history in the making.
Pitch Perfect 2 stars Skylar Astin, Ben Platt, Flula Borg, Brittany Snow, Hailee Steinfeld, and Birgitte Hjort Sørensen take the Rotten Tomatoes Songmaster Challenge, in which Grae Drake puts their song knowledge to the test. Who will win ultimate bragging rights?!
Mad Max surges onto the Fury Road in George Miller's fourth film in the series starring Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, Zoe Kravitz, and Courtney Eaton. Grae Drake discusses the beauty in the details of the film, what it's like to be tied to the hood of a car, the film's blooper reel, and what the cast and director think happened to Furiosa's (missing) arm.
Grae Drake talks to Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara from Hot Pursuit about being handcuffed together, and who enjoyed it more. Also, director Anne Fletcher weighs in on who she would like to spend time shackled to.
In documentarian Albert Maysles film Iris, he illustrates how the life of fashionista Iris Apfel continues long past any trend on the runway. Grae Drake finds out how from the woman herself how to live life to the fullest, Iris-style.