This rotten Halloween favorite is still conjuring box office magic: did the critics get it wrong, or are millions of millennials too bewitched by nostalgia to see its warts?
Leonardo DiCaprio grazed a career iceberg with critically dismissed thriller The Beach. Twenty years on, director Jim Cummings joins our podcast to make a case for the Danny Boyle flick's bonkers greatness.
Alert every one of your AOL buddies, '90s kids: We're going deep on the movie critics lashed but which so many think is sinfully good in the most joyful-joyful episode of our podcast yet.
With a Tomatometer and audience score divide wide enough to swing a monkey through, Indy 4 has become a franchise punching bag. But is that fair? Join the debate in the latest episode of our new podcast.
Flawless Victory or Franchise Fatality? For round two of our new podcast, we're fighting it out over the cult-favorite video game adaptation.
For the very first episode of our new podcast, Jacqueline Coley, Mark Ellis, and Roxy Striar swing into the audience-critic divide over Sam Raimi's bloated, ambitious, messy, and (maybe?) genius final Spider-Man flick.
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 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.”