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Why do fans love some Rotten films and hate some Fresh ones? What did critics make of a cult classic before it earned its cult status? In this bi-weekly podcast, hosts Jacqueline Coley, Mark Ellis, and guests go deep and settle the score on some of the most beloved – and despised – movies and TV shows ever made, directly taking on the statement we hear from so many fans: “Rotten Tomatoes is wrong.”
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It's time to jump into your flying boots as we look back at the epic space opera 'Jupiter Ascending,' directed by The Wachowskis, and is Rotten with a dismal 28% on the Tomatometer. Guest Claire Lim joins Mark and Jacqueline to discuss whether Rotten Tomatoes is wrong about this incredibly ambitious interplanetary film, or if 'Jupiter Ascending' is…
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With Matthew Vaughn's next movie 'Argylle' heading to theaters this weekend, we decided to look back at Vaughn's lowest-rated entry in the 'Kingsman' franchise, the 2021 prequel, 'The King's Man.' Were audience's reactions to 'The King's Man' negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and constant release date changes? Or was this prequel unneces…
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Is Michael Bay one of the greatest action film directors of all time? His $7 billion+ box office take says 'possibly,' but his average Rotten Tomatoes score might say otherwise. On today's show, we're looking back at one of Bay's more 'serious' films, the historical action-war drama '13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi,' which is Rotten at 51…
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Happy New Year from everyone here at Rotten Tomatoes! What better way to start off 2024 than to revisit the aptly-titled Garry Marshall-directed "New Year's Eve" from 2011? The star-studded romantic comedy has a paltry 7% Rotten rating on the Tomatometer, although fans seem to love it a bit more, given its 45% Audience Score. With multiple Oscar-wi…
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It's finally time to say, "Fair is fair!" Producer and Academy Award-nominated writer Emily V. Gordon joins Mark and Jacqueline on today's show and brings in one of her all-time favorite films, the 1985 classic 'The Legend of Billie Jean,' to defend its honor against its wretched 39% Rotten rating on the Tomatometer. Set in Jacqueline's hometown of…
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What is Christmas time without a little schmaltz? On today's show, we dive deep into what the critics called a "very schmaltzy" Christmas classic, 'The Family Man.' This sappy film starring Nicolas Cage and Téa Leoni is currently Rotten at 54% on the Tomatometer, but it has a fresh 67% Audience Score. Actor and comedian Tony Baker joins Mark and Ja…
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It's time to munch on some grindage, buddies, and celebrate this delicious turkey holiday by looking back at when Carla Gugino brought home Pauly Shore for Thanksgiving in the 1993 comedy classic 'Son-in-Law!' 'Son-in-Law' is Pauly Shore's highest rated movie on the Tomatometer at 32%, but our panel fervently disagrees with its abysmal rating as th…
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Now that spooky season has come and gone, we are gearing up for that wonderful holiday where we get to visit family, watch some football, and enjoy some delicious turkey! What better way to celebrate than to revisit Christina Ricci's famous Thanksgiving speech in the comedy classic 'Addams Family Values.' The Barry Sonnenfeld-directed satire is cur…
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Master filmmaker Ridley Scott has had some huge hits with 'Alien' and 'Blade Runner,' but he's also had some misses... 'The Counselor' anyone? Today we are looking back at one of Scott's misses with the 1985 dark fantasy 'Legend' starring Tim Curry, Mia Sara, and a pre-'Top Gun' Tom Cruise. 'Legend' is currently Rotten at 42% on the Tomatometer but…
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Just in time for spooky season, we are looking back at the 1996 cult classic 'The Craft,' which is Rotten at 57% on the Tomatometer. For some, this witchy film defined their whole high-school personality in the '90s. For others, 'The Craft' may have been overshadowed by the mega-hit horror film 'Scream' that starred similar actors and came out just…
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With ‘Saw X’ heading to theaters this weekend and looking to scare the legs off fans, we look back at the 6th entry in the ‘Saw’ series. Why ‘Saw VI’ specifically? The 6th entry is known for being a fan-favorite of the series and is ranked #2 just behind the original ‘Saw’ on the Tomatometer. ‘Saw’ superfan Eric Striffler from ‘Pretty Much It’ join…
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The 1998 comedy blockbuster 'Rush Hour' is more than just a hilarious buddy-cop movie. It also happens to be the reason Rotten Tomatoes exists. 'Rush Hour' was Jackie Chan's first big American movie and Senh Duong, founder of Rotten Tomatoes, decided to build a website that aggregated reviews of Chan's previous films for American audiences. Twenty-…
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By the power of Grayskull, it is finally time we take a look back at the 1987 classic film, 'Masters of the Universe,' starring Dolph Lundgren and Frank Langella as He-Man and Skeletor respectively. Does this 80's camptastic film deserve its 22% Rotten rating on our Tomatometer, or are there some redeeming qualities to it? Host of "The Big Thing" p…
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Back before Ryan Reynolds graced the world with his fast-talking hilarious character Deadpool, he saved the galaxy against the evil Parallax in the very Rotten film, 'Green Lantern.' 'Green Lantern' has a 26% Rotten Tomatometer score, with the Audience Score not being much higher at 45%. Podcaster and host Coy Jandreau joins Mark and Jacqueline tod…
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With a cinematic franchise spanning 7 movies and a television show, it's hard to believe the movie that started it all off in 2002 is Rotten at 35% on the Tomatometer. The Paul W.S. Anderson-written and directed action-horror flick may have not scored well with the critics, but audiences all over the world seemed to love this big-screen adaptation …
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Cowabunga, dudes! It's time to take a look back at the original live-action 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' from 1990. While it has a 41% Rotten Tomatometer score, it has an 81% fresh Audience rating. Is the audience right and did the critics miss the mark? Comedian and actor Erik Griffin joins hosts Mark and Jacqueline to discuss this classic turtl…
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With 'Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning Part One' out in theaters, our panel decided to take a look back on the only Rotten movie in the 'Mission: Impossible' franchise. Does 'Mission: Impossible II' deserve its 56% Rotten score on the Tomatometer? Is this John Woo-directed action blockbuster the worst installment in the series? Our guest today, w…
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With the next installment of the 'Insidious' franchise heading to theaters soon, we decided to take a look back at the second chapter in this horrifying series. Guest CinemaJoe joins Mark and Jacqueline in discussing whether or not 'Insidious: Chapter 2' was a setback for the franchise or if it delivered on the scares. If you'd like to give your th…
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We're gearing up for 'The Flash' coming out by celebrating the Snyder Cut in all its glory! Comic books nerds Winston A. Marshall and Coy Jandreau join Mark Ellis in discussing whether or not we needed the full uncut version of the original 'Justice League' movie. Is Rotten Tomatoes Wrong about the Snyder Cut with its 71% Fresh rating? Should it be…
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Guests Marc Bernardin and Dani Fernandez return and join Mark Ellis in discussing which Summer movie blockbusters they're excited to see. Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning Part 1, anyone?? Also, since Producer Brian is getting married, the panel talks about their favorite movies that involve a wedding. If you'd like to give your thoughts on this e…
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With 'Transformers: Rise of the Beasts,' heading to theaters and looking to smash up the box office, the panel takes a look back at the second movie of the franchise, 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.' Was this movie negatively affected by the 2007 writer's strike? Is it as bad as its 20% Rotten Tomatometer score says it is? Prolific writer and…
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With 'Fast X' releasing into theaters, Mark and Jacqueline take a look back at the movie that started it all, 'The Fast and the Furious.' Is the original the best one in the franchise? Guest John Rocha joins to give his take. If you'd like to give your thoughts on this movie or have another movie you feel like Rotten Tomatoes got wrong, email us at…
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On this fun episode of our After Dark series, guests Dorina Arellano and Steph Sabraw join Mark Ellis in discussing all their current favorite AAPI shows. And later on Dorina and Mark talk about the wedding they recently attended and advise what not to do at them! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at http…
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With the new (and final?) installment of the Guardians franchise coming out Friday, we decided to revisit Vol. 2 to see if it is a character-driven masterpiece or an overly stuffed mess. Guests Dorina Arellano and Steph Sabraw join Mark in delivering their hot takes on the James Gunn-directed sequel. If you'd like to give your thoughts on this movi…
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Guests Roxy Striar and Scott Mantz stay after dark to chat about the current movies out right now and what is their favorite snack to eat at the theaters. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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What makes a movie line great? Is it the way it's said? Is it the emotion behind the line? Or is it where that line falls in the context of the movie? To continue our celebration of Rotten Tomatoes turning 25 this year, we look back at what we think are the 25 Most Memorable Movie Lines of the Last 25 Years. Guests Roxy Striar and Scott Mantz join …
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It's almost every stoner's favorite time of the year, 4/20, and what better way to celebrate than to talk about the movies that make us laugh, make us contemplate life, and most importantly, make us hungry? Today, producer Brian joins Mark and Jacqueline to discuss our 25 Favorite Stoner Movies and 20 Best Movies to Watch High according to Rotten T…
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With 'The Super Mario Bros. Movie' heading to theaters, we look back at Nintendo's first attempt at bringing their iconic Mario to the big screen with 'Super Mario Bros.' from 1993. Host of 'Black Nerd Comedy' Andre Meadows joins Mark and Jacqueline in bringing his unrequited love for the original Mario brothers movie starring Bob Hoskins and John …
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To celebrate 25 years of Rotten Tomatoes, guests Clarke Wolfe and Winston A. Marshall join Mark in reminiscing about some of our favorite movies from 1998. From the comedy blockbuster 'Rush Hour' to the romantic drama 'Practical Magic,' we cover all that 1998 had to offer. Does anyone remember the Jonathan Taylor Thomas Christmas classic, 'I'll be …
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Comic-book historian and nerd philosopher Coy Jandreau joins host Nikki Novak's dive deep on Keanu Reeves' 4th outing as mega assassin John Wick in "John Wick: Chapter 4." Is it at an action masterpiece? What does its ending imply about its future and spin-offs? And when will we get an Oscar stunt category? See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/p…
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With the fourth installment of the 'John Wick' franchise heading to theaters tomorrow, we decided to take a look at some of our favorite Keanu Reeves films that didn't score so high on the Tomatometer. On today's show, special guests Clarke Wolfe and Winston A. Marshall join Mark to present a Keanu movie they would defend to eternity. In chronologi…
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Nerd Reactor's John Nguyen and host Nikki Novak give their thoughts on the latest DCU film "Shazam! Fury of the Gods," sharing their favorite moments, their thoughts on THAT cameo and the post-credit scenes, and their thoughts on what it all means for the future of the James Gunn and Peter Saffron DCU. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privac…
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On this next installment of the Rotten Tomatoes 'After Dark' series, Jacqueline and special guest Heather Grace Hancock give Mark grief for mistakenly taking someone else's Starbucks pickup order. Later in the show, all three discuss just how much they love being dog-owners even with all the stresses that come with owning a furry animal. And finall…
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While some may know screenwriter Kevin Williamson as the creator of the 'Scream' franchise, people might forget he wrote a little film called 'I Know What You Did Last Summer' that left teenagers afraid of hook-wielding madmen on the loose. Is 'I Know What You Did Last Summer' the Diet-Coke to 'Scream's' regular Coke? Or are there memorable moments…
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On this next installment of the Rotten Tomatoes 'After Dark' series, Matt Knost joins Mark and Jacqueline to talk 'The Last of Us' that's currently streaming on HBOMax. Is it one of the best television series ever created? Will it sweep all the Emmys come awards season? And will Pedro Pascal be coined People's Sexiest Man Alive? That last question …
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Guest Wendy Lee Szany and host Mark Ellis discuss the opening weekend of Marvel Studio's 'Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania,' and talk about what happened with its rotten score, the movie's highlights, and those crazy post-credit scenes. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-no…
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It's time to put on those boxing gloves and head to Russia to start training because this week on 'Rotten Tomatoes is Wrong,' we are talking about the 1985 classic 'Rocky IV,' starring Sylvester Stallone and Dolph Lundgren. Is this movie campy goodness, or is its 37% Rotten Tomatometer score accurate? Did Sylvester Stallone singlehandedly bring dow…
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Hey all you campers and camp counselors! We’re going way back and taking a look at one of Ant-Man aka Paul Rudd’s earliest comedies, Wet Hot American Summer, which is currently Rotten at 38% on the Tomatometer. Is it a travesty that such a beloved cult classic is rated so low on the Tomatometer? Some of us think so, while others agree with its scor…
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We are jumping right back in to the dark recesses of Vincent D'onofrio's serial killer Carl Stargher's mind and talking about the psychological thriller 'The Cell' from 2000. Is this Jennifer Lopez and Vince Vaughn horror film, Rotten at 45% on the Tomatometer, a cult classic? Or is it a visual spectacle that's best left buried in our memory? Actre…
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It's that time of year where the Golden Tomato Awards are given out to the best movies and television shows of 2022! On today's episode, we discuss the winners of the 'Fan Favorite' movies and TV series that were selected by you, the fans, at RottenTomatoes.com. Special guest Roxy Striar shares her opinion with Mark and Jacqueline on whether the fa…
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Superstar writer, director, and producer M. Night Shyamalan has been entertaining audiences for nearly three decades and with that comes mega-hits and huge misses. His new movie 'Knock at the Cabin' hits theaters in February and is already looking to crush it at the box office, so we decided to take a look back at his most ambitious film to date: '…
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Guests comedian Jay Washington and Fandango Managing Editor Erik Davis join host Nikki Novak in running down and giving their opinions on the winners of the 2022 Golden Tomato Awards! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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Everyman action star Gerard Butler's latest film 'Plane' has landed in theaters, so we decided to take a look at the third entry in his 'Has Fallen' franchise, 'Angel Has Fallen,' which is currently Rotten at 39% on the Tomatometer but boasts an astounding 93% Audience Score. What did general audiences see in this thriller that the critics didn't? …
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With the new killer doll horror movie M3GAN now playing in theaters, we look back at the cult classic Bride of Chucky which features arguably the most iconic killer doll of all time. Does Bride of Chucky deserve its criminally low score of 47% Rotten on the Tomatometer? Or were the critics right to bash this campy, self-aware product of the late ‘9…
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Happy New Year from our team here at Rotten Tomatoes is Wrong! As we get settled into 2023, we are still taking a look back at our favorite films of 2022. In the second part of this two-part series, Mark gives his top movie of 2022 as Jacqueline still evades the question. Now that we've revealed Mark and Jacqueline's complete lists, are there any m…
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As we wrap out the year, Mark and Jacqueline look back at some of their favorite movies of 2022. In this first part of a two-part episode, we cover the first 5 films from their lists in no specific order. Do you agree with these movies being some of the best of the year? If you don't hear your favorite movie in this episode, check back next week to…
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Original Airdate: 08/26/2021 Special guest and Rare Beasts writer-director Billie Piper takes on the Grinches who called Nancy Meyers' modern yuletide classic an over-egged, rotten Christmas mess. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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