亚博APP网页登录采用百度引擎8（Baidu 3）Sophie-Marie Prime for Rotten Tomatoes: How did you become a part of The Dirt? You were originally interested in playing Tommy Lee, and you were steered towards the role of Nikki Sixx…Yeah, I read the script, and Tommy just seemed such a fun part to play because he s just so lovable. And so, I auditioned, and it looked like I was gonna play Tommy Lee. And then eventually they said, Look, we can t find anyone to play Nikki Sixx… Would you mind doing a tape? I remember feeling intimidated by the idea, because he s a very different character, and it s hard to put your finger on who he is… But then I did it, and they said they thought it was great, and they asked if I would play Nikki. I said yes, and it was the best decision I made. I absolutely loved playing him, and I can t imagine anyone else but Colson [Baker] playing Tommy.Were you a fan of Mötley Crüe s music?Not really. I mean, I was aware of their music, because obviously they re such a big part of that time period and culture in that time. I d heard them on the radio, and they have some great tunes. But it wasn t until I started this movie and actually spent time with it and spent time being them playing it that I fell in love with it — and now, I love it.(Photo by Jake Giles Netter/Courtesy of Netflix)How involved were Nikki and the band in the making of the movie? Were they ever on set?I met Nikki before, and then Tommy and Nikki came to New Orleans a couple days before we started shooting and joined our band practice we had. We d been doing it for a month in New Orleans, all the boys together, and they taught us They gave us tips and gave us some advice on the way they played, how they played, and the way they d hold their instrument, and the way they do things, so that was very useful.They were involved a perfect amount. They were a band who were very generous and gave thoughts, they gave advice, but then also trusted us to play our roles and took a step back while we filmed.Do you remember any specific props that came from the band directly?Well, to do with the guitars and the amps, when Iwan [Rheon] sat down and spoke to Mick Mars, all they talked about for two hours was different types of amps and stuff like that. Mick s all about the music I didn t know how Nikki would react to all of the drug paraphernalia. He s so sober now, and he had such a hard time battling his addiction problems, but once we got to set, was like, Show me all the drug paraphernalia. He was kind curious about it, and wanted to see what it was like, and make sure they got it right.Did he want to make sure it was realistic?Make sure it was real, but he s done so much to help other people with opioid problems, and it s something that was important to him, just to be done right and tastefully, and not shy away from the realities.
Join us weekly as Rotten Tomatoes reports on what s opening, expanding, and coming to the specialty box office. From promising releases from new voices to experimental efforts from storied filmmakers – or perhaps the next indie darling to go the distance for end-of-year accolades – we will break it all down for you here each week in Fresh Indie Finds. This week at the specialty box office, we have the re-release of a Japanese cult-classic animation, a compelling tale about two women s journeys to terminate an unwanted pregnancy, and a comedy about arrested development from SNL star Pete Davidson. In our re-vamped Spotlight Section, we again have director Kelly Reichardt s latest Pacific Northwest tale, featuring an interview with star John Magaro, and in the Indie Trailer section, we have new clips from Taika Waititi and The Act star Joey King.Opening This Weekend 大话西游手游变态版上线送30亿元宝10万神珠在哪里下载？大话西游手游破解版下载是一款非常有趣的回合制MMORPG手机游戏。此版本是《大话西游手游》的变态版。游戏中的仙女玉机制已经改变。我想要无限的仙女玉福利。许多玩家将下载并获得更好的游戏体验。
ought about it as much because they re watching and I m looking at them watching it. I m probably making something in the kitchen for them going in and out. So, when I watched it again the other day by myself – laughing out loud by myself, too – I thought the same thing. I was so impressed with it and I had just forgotten how elaborate that opening sequence is. They do such a great job.Rotten Tomatoes: So, when you were taking on this role, what did you want to bring to this new Boss Baby, Tina, that we meet in Family Business?Sedaris: Well, the tremendous amount of energy it took to play Tina! She s up, she talks fast, she s bossy. It was a lot. She s running around the room and… It s exhausting. It can be exhausting, and I can put out a lot of energy, but this one really wiped me out, to play a little bit of a bub. But I love anyone who wears a little suit or a little uniform. And, I just felt like I knew Tina. I was a lot like Tina when I was little. So, I could kind of really relate to Tina.Rotten Tomatoes: Well, I was going to say, we know a little bit about your family growing up thanks to your brother David’s writings. Who was the Boss Baby in the Sedaris household?Sedaris: The oldest sister s always the boss, right? Always – still to this day. You just roll your eyes. Everyone has their little positions. I was in the middle, so I kind of got along with both sides, the three above me and the two underneath me. But I was the boss of the two underneath me. With a family it s split. So, I got a shot at being boss as well.Rotten Tomatoes: You got to be the Tina.Sedaris: I got to be Tina. Yeah.(Photo by © Universal )亚博APP网页登录Showtime and Pop shared a press day at the winter Television Critics Association press day, tag-teaming with lots of news on renewals and premiere dates, including Penny Dreadful: City of Angels and One Day at a Time. News of shows in development featured a pilot about a very famous mother that comes with the backing of actress Rachel Bloom.TOP STORYPenny Dreadful: City of Angels, Showtime s follow-up to its Victorian-era, London-set gothic horror series Penny Dreadful, promises to look at the light and dark of Los Angeles in many ways. Executive producer John Logan told journalists at TCA that, although the show is set in 1938, it rather closely mirrors today s world. I’m struck by parallels to the late ’30s and what’s going on now, particularly the rise of extremist political hatred, of a sort of racist demagoguery that is taken for granted, by the pernicious influence in the danger of a foreign power in our electoral process, in our communication, and particularly by the marginalization and victimization of an ethnic community, Logan said.Natalie Dormer (Game of Thrones), one of the stars of the series, plays shape-shifting supernatural demon Magda. She said at the TCA panel that the first episode of the series, which premieres April 26, will show two of her character s personas. But there s much more. Lots of different wigs and voices will be utilized: It s like catnip for an actor, she said of the experience playing this character.SHAMELESS GOES TO 11(Photo by Brian Bowen Smith/Showtime)Goodbye, Gallaghers! Showtime announced Monday that Shameless, its long-running dramedy about the antics and schemes of this large family and their friends in the South Side of Chicago, will end with season 11. The upcoming last act will air this summer.Showtime also announced second season renewals for revival The L Word: Generation Q and Abby McEnany and Tim Mason s Work in Progress.HOMELAND FINAL SEASON COMES FULL CIRCLE(Photo by Sifeddine Elamine/Showtime)Showtime s Emmy-winning drama Homeland premieres its final season on February 9. Although the series has covered everything from a bungled presidential election to terrorist attacks and double agents, showrunner Alex Gansa said at TCA that, this season, we ve made a conscious decision not to reflect what is happening in Washington, D.C. Instead, he said that season 8 will return to the first season s themes of trust. Specifically: Claire Danes’ CIA agent Carrie Mathison is now under investigation when some suspect she s been turned against the United States the way that she first doubted Damian Lewis’ Nick Brody.RACHEL BLOOM HELPS CONCEIVE MOTHER MARY PILOT(Photo by The CW)Pop has given its blessing to a pilot entitled Mother Mary, a comedy that asks what would happen if the most irresponsible and laziest person in today s society was to become impregnated by immaculate conception. Written by Casey Feigh, Dan Gregor, and Betsy Sodaro, the project stars Sodaro as a reimagined version of the mother of Christ. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star and co-creator Rachel Bloom is executive producing the project along with the trio and Tony Hernandez and Brooke Posch of Jax Media. She will appear in the pilot as Christa Anton, mother of the Antichrist.Gregor is directing the pilot, which is set to shoot in February.ONE DAY AT A TIME SETS PREMIERE DATE AT NEW HOME(Photo by Brian Bowen Smith/Showtime)Speaking of resurrection, One Day at a Time finally has a premiere date on new home Pop after its Netflix cancellation last year. The family comedy will premiere its new season on the cable channel on March 24. According to the release, this season will find Penelope (Justina Machado) exploring a surprising relationship, her mother Lydia (Rita Moreno) experiencing a religious crisis – as well as revealing the details of her surprise trip to Cuba with Dr. Berkowitz (Stephen Tobolowsky), and Schneider (Todd Grinnell) finding his relationship with Avery (India de Beaufort) growing deeper. Meanwhile, Elena (Isabella Gomez) begins to prepare for college and Alex (Marcel Ruiz) starts to date. Lots of other series also received premiere dates: Showtime series Billions returns May 3 and will feature guest stars Julianna Margulies and Corey Stoll, and Black Monday is back March 15. The third season of Showtime s The Chi premieres July 5 and will feature creator Lena Waithe as a candidate for the mayor of Chicago. News series Vice starts March 29 on its new home at Showtime after moving from HBO.The Anna Paquin–starring publicity dramedy Flack premieres its second season March 13 on Pop and welcomes new cast members Sam Neill, Daniel Dae Kim, and Martha Plimpton.Showtime s limited series The Good Lord Bird, which features Ethan Hawke as abolitionist John Brown, was supposed to premiere this spring, but is delaying its premiere date to finish production.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
(Photo by Gene Page/AMC)Rick Grimes is gone from one part of The Walking Dead TV world, but his departure in Sunday’s “What Comes After” sparked the announcement that we’ll continue to follow his story — with Andrew Lincoln returning to his iconic role — in a trio of made-for-AMC movies that will begin production in 2019.The movies are the first specific projects that former TWD showrunner/now chief content officer Scott Gimple has clued fans in on, but the growing TWD TV universe will also include new projects with new characters, and old characters — even some dead ones — returning in new ways. Gimple talked to Rotten Tomatoes about plans for the future, shared how Robert Kirkman’s comic-book backstories might be getting movie or limited-series treatments, confirmed we will find out more about Jadis and the helicopter people (on the series and in the Rick Grimes movies), and teased the “brand new show” The Walking Dead becomes with Sunday’s episode.Kimberly Potts for Rotten Tomatoes: It’s sad to think about The Walking Dead without Rick Grimes, but that teaser of the next three episodes that aired immediately after Sunday’s episode was exciting. We re going to see these other characters we’re invested in find out what they re capable of, see who they will become, who the new leadership will be, without Rick. Did that inspire the writers and the cast after Andy Lincoln’s departure?There s a couple of things. The end of the episode, we saw the helicopter fly off, and we held on that frame, and the trees grew and one of the trees fell down, and the exciting scene of these people being saved … and we see that it s Not-So-Little Asskicker, Judith Grimes. To me, that was … it’s like it almost fulfilled the previous eight years and five episodes, and yet also launched everything into this brand new world. It’s starting with [issue] 127 of the comics and The Whisperers, and we have these new characters. And even more importantly, there s these beloved characters we have who have evolved. And they ve evolved without us over these six years [of the time jump], and we get to find out where they re at, meet them again, see what s happening, see the relationships of it. I think the audience is in for, yet again, a brand new show that they will have to kind of learn all over again in an exciting way.At the same time, that opportunity exists now for Rick in these upcoming movies. He has a freedom that he hasn t really had in the time that we ve gotten to know him on the series, and that he probably didn t really have when he was a sheriff and he had this young family. How much will that be the driving force of the Rick movies?(Laughing) You make it sound like he s going off to party. Rick Grimes is at the center of them, and we ve seen him evolve through these eight years and five episodes from a man with a very strict moral code living in … it took him a while to sort of leave the world he had lost, enter the world of after everything. And through that time he built himself up and he broke down and he had incredible losses and he lost his mind at points. He became incredibly pragmatic and even brutal at some points. And in the end, Carl was able to bring all those pieces of him together and get back some of what he had lost from that very first Rick Grimes that we saw, and I think that made for a beautiful ending of a chapter.But now that he understands this world, that he has both the capacity for humanity and brutality, of pragmatism and idealism, it puts him in a very interesting place for yet another evolution. To find himself in a place, in a situation, that challenges him in ways that we haven t seen, and that all of these experiences have been trying to set him up for. So, it s going to be a brand-new story. It ll be very much unlike what we ve seen, and it s very scary in some ways, but I think it s doing right by the character by challenging him in ways that are completely different than how he has been challenged before.One of my favorite things about “What Comes After” is that Rick literally got back on the horse. The man fell on rebar! He pulled himself off of rebar, and literally got back on the horse.And then he got back on the horse.You’re working now on the script for the first movie. What can you say about the logistics of Rick s story continuing? It s tough to imagine a Rick Grimes who survives and gets well physically and then doesn t immediately go back to his people.I can t get into much of it, but what you bring up is an incredibly big part of it. You re right, the connection with what he has back at home is a critical part of who he is. It is a critical part of his story moving forward. But it won t be so easy as even the most difficult thing of just getting back. He s going to find himself in the center of a situation that s very complicated and different and unusual to what we ve seen, but his love of his family — and really that last episode was all about his family and what his family is and what it means to him — that s such a huge part of this.(Photo by Jackson Lee Davis/AMC)Jadis and the helicopter people are out of the picture, too, now that they’ve flown off with Rick. Will we eventually find out more about their backstory?Yes. There ll be some explanation of what that s all about. We re going to find out more about the relationship of Jadis and the helicopter and all that. That stuff is part of the movies. People shouldn t expect to see a lot more of that on The Walking Dead, but I will say that we re going to tell the story of what happened in these years that have passed on The Walking Dead. It is possible that people might see some other stories that have to do with that group on the helicopters within the TV show. But not a ton of it.Do you have the arc of all three Rick movies planned out?Oh, yeah. The arc is planned. They re not finished, but absolutely, we know the arc.This expansion of the TV universe will include a lot of other characters —characters who are no longer part of the original series, characters who maybe are no longer alive. Could that mean, for instance, a movie or limited series about The Governor, based on the novels by Robert Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga, or Negan’s backstory, from the series Kirkman did within the comics last year, that things like that could be explored in movies or limited series?Yeah, that s exactly it. Those aren t going to be the whole of it. We want to have new characters, we want to have stuff that is completely unattached to anything we ve seen before, too. Potentially just not even anything more than a great story within this universe that doesn t necessarily have to be, you know, Eugene s cousin. We will have stuff that connects, and we ll have stuff that just sits completely on its own and it s just a great story. We really want to pursue variety and we really want to have stories that are very distinct from one another. We want to have new voices telling them. I m excited to be doing a lot of stuff within this, but we re going to be having a lot of other people doing things. I look forward to working with them, as I worked with Angela [Kang, TWD showrunner], as I worked with [Fear the Walking Dead showrunners] Andrew [Chambliss] and Ian [Goldberg] to get their stories going.New voices are incredibly important to this, because we want the variety. We want to see things that we haven t seen before, explore tones that we haven t seen before, in different corners of the world; see situations that are completely different than what we ve seen before on the show. So these specials, and these series of varying length, these movies of varying scope, are going to give us really, really different expressions of the what The Walking Dead is and what The Walking Dead can be.Will Fear the Walking Dead be included in this expansion of the TV universe?Absolutely. We re going to see characters from Fear in other expressions. We might see characters from Fear who are no longer there. We might explore incidents and histories that have been discussed. Yeah, it s all on the table. A lot of this is driven by, we ve been doing this for going on nine years now, and the audience has had questions all along. What about this? What about that? What about this character with that character? We re going to see some of those questions answered.Like, maybe we’ll finally find out what happened to Tobias, the apocalypse-savvy teen from the first season of FTWD?Oh my God, yes. So many questions about that. Anything is possible. I will say, other sort of unexpected crossovers are possible. It really is energizing. You feel like a kid in a candy store to be able to look at all of these characters in a different way and to look at their histories. I really can t wait to dive into it.It worked incredibly well with Morgan, sending him over to the FTWD storyline. The last season of Fear was so good. I know Morgan is a very special character to you and you’ve written so many of his best moments. Is there a chance maybe Rick and Morgan, the first great friendship of TWD, could meet up again?An annoying answer, but anything is possible. This is all a very long-range plan. But it’s the feeling of those fantasy meetings and those kinds of pair-ups that get us excited. We want to get back to those, too.(Photo by Jackson Lee Davis/AMC)In terms of The Walking Dead, and the rest of season 9, what was most important when thinking about the post-Rick world?I guess the words that come to mind are to seize upon the moment of the new. With both shows, they reinvent themselves every eight episodes, but this, of course, is the biggest reinvention of the series. We had flirted with it happening at the end of season 8. Andy knew about my new position. Pretty much everybody on Walking Dead knew about it to a degree, and we were just trying, as I elevated Angela to showrunner, to figure it out. I was excited for Angela to be the embodiment of that reinvention, to be that new voice, even though she’s a vet on the show. With Angela coming in at this point when Rick is leaving, it was just like, wow, let’s seize upon these circumstances to tell something brand new. And it goes back to Robert Kirkman again. Robert shocked all of us who are into the [comic] with issue 127 [and the big time jump]. Robert is a genius, and he knows when to shift gears and when to surprise the audience, and he did that with 127. Knowing that we were moving towards that — Angela moving into the showrunner role, Andy going — assembling all of these parts in the right order and the right way and to seize upon this change to hopefully light the audience s brains on fire with possibility, instead of “this thing is ending.” It s like, no, things are just changing.This season is so new and exciting, sophisticated and surprising, it really is an evolution of the show. And with a show that is in its ninth season, having these kinds of changes, they aren t problems. They re opportunities. Angela and the writers have just killed it, and the crew is just as great as they were. I see the same sort of motivations, the producers and the cast and the new cast coming in. I love this group of people. Cailey [Fleming, the new actress playing Judith] is amazing. And Magna (Nadia Hilker) and Yumiko (Eleanor Matsuura), the rest of the new group is just remarkable, and some really new and interesting actors. I can t wait for people to see Lauren [Ridloff as Connie] and Angel [Theory as Kelly], next week. Their characters are amazing, but they are just charming and brilliant. It s really something special. To be able to say that after losing Rick — and yes, we have stuff coming up of course with the movies and all that … I m really excited for people to get excited about that — but they should be getting excited about The Walking Dead, too, because it really is a brand-new show.The Walking Dead airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on AMC.
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(Photo by Rico Torres/©Columbia Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)When Robert Rodriguez burst onto the independent movie scene at the Sundance Film Festival with his scrappy low-budget genre debut El Mariachi, he instantly made a name for himself. Touting his film’s extraordinarily small budget of ,000 –– raised mostly from the director subjecting himself to medical testing –– Rodriguez established himself as a resourceful filmmaker, detailing his process in his book Rebel Without a Crew, now considered a film school classic. If El Mariachi proved what Rodriguez could do with a meager budget and a cast of mostly friends, what more could he accomplish if he had fancy pyrotechnics, large sets, and professional actors?The answer was Desperado, a better-funded follow-up to El Mariachi that built on the mythology of a mysterious guitar player with a music case full of guns and ammunition. It was a big step up from his previous four-figure budget: Desperado cost around million, or 1,000 times more than the cost of his first feature. Fortunately, audiences flocked to Desperado and helped establish Rodriguez as an exciting new filmmaker with ideas for offbeat movies like the Spy Kids series, a love of genre that influenced films like From Dusk Till Dawn and Machete, and an eye for action that shaped movies like Sin City and Alita: Battle Angel.Although Desperado met with mixed reviews on its release 25 years ago on August 25, 1995, there’s still a lot to enjoy from Rodriguez’s sophomore effort. It’s a movie that promises explosion-laden spectacle, choreographed gun battles, visual humor, and Antonio Banderas playing guitar and it delivers on all fronts.It Shows Off Robert Rodriguez s Playful Style(Photo by Columbia Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)Whether it’s a deadly gunfight that ends in a tense draw over empty pistols, or a throwaway gag that forces the movie’s heroine to wear two mismatching heels through its explosive climax, Rodriguez, who both wrote and directed the film, has an eye for visual humor. Desperado never takes itself too seriously despite all of its violence and explosions, as Rodriguez incorporates punchlines in both subtle and overt ways. Sometimes, the effect is achieved with a simple sign that reads “Members and Non Members Only.” Other times, it’s as obvious as a ceiling fan that continues to smack a dead bad guy in the face after he’s down; only when El Mariachi (Banderas) shoots the fan does it actually stop.Another aspect of Rodriguez’s visual style is his unabashed love of spilling fake blood. A handful of deaths occur off-screen, announced by splatters of bright red that splash across other characters a tip of the hat to 70s horror and spaghetti western classics that, in their time, used shocking amounts of gore to thrill audiences. Sometimes, though, blood is used more subtly, as when a wounded El Mariachi leans on a wall and leaves a crimson trail behind him as he brushes against it. It shows the audience he’s wounded, still mortal even though it seems no one can kill him, and in the next scene, still capable of fighting back faster than any unfortunate soul who tries to pull a gun on him. Whether it’s the tint of fake blood, the rouge undertones of certain buildings, or the burning intensity of an explosion, the color red plays an important role in the look of Desperado.It Introduced Salma Hayek to a Broader AudiencePrior to her role
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Best-Reviewed Comedies 2020Fresh talent stormed comedies this year, starting with top comedy of the year: The Forty-Year-Old Version, with the defiant and hilarious Radha Blank doing quadruple duty as writer, director, producer, and star in the story of a middle-aged New York playwright who reinvents herself as a rapper. Four more of the best comedies of the year (Saint Frances, Extra Ordinary, Why Don t You Just Die!, Yes, God, Yes) also represent the feature debuts of their directors. But don t count out the veterans: The Coppolas, the Vinterbergs, the Julys, and the Iannuccis of the comedy world all got their Certified Fresh movies to chart. And, finally, Sacha Baron Cohen s surprise return as Borat produced the biggest, most outrageous laughs of the year.The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of February 28, 2021. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »
For almost two decades, Judd Apatow has been the king of a certain kind of American movie comedy – as he described it to Rotten Tomatoes, films about people who are stuck and whose lives are falling apart… because “life falling apart is usually funny. In movies like Knocked Up, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, and Trainwreck, the writer and director has given us some of recent cinema’s funniest moments, from a chest-waxing scene that almost cost Steve Carell his nipple to an epic breakdown in the principal’s office courtesy of a foul-mouthed Melissa McCarthy in This Is 40. His latest comedy, The King of Staten Island, is a semi-autobiographical feature starring and co-written by Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson, and it packs in Apatow’s signature mix of big laughs and big feels.Ahead of the movie’s release, Apatow sat down with us to break down the mechanics and stories behind some of the funniest scenes he’s put on the screen – including an messy pool fight that’s getting the biggest laughs from audiences who’ve seen his newest film.
亚博APP网页登录 (Photo by Joshua James Richards/©Searchlight Pictures)Following on the heels of the Producers Guild, the Directors Guild of America (DGA) announced the nominees for their own annual awards on Tuesday, March 9. Nomadland director Chloé Zhao strengthened her Oscar frontrunner status with a nod, alongside Emerald Fennell (Promising Young Woman) and Lee Isaac Chung (Minari). Though Regina King didn t make the list for One Night in Miami, both she and Florian Zeller (The Father) scored nominations in the First-Time Feature Film category instead. In the TV categories, Netflix s awards powerhouse The Crown was surprisingly shut out in the Dramatic Series competition, while both Ted Lasso and Curb Your Enthusiasm earned two nominations in the Comedy Series category.The winners of the Directors Guild Awards will be announced during a private virtual event exclusive to DGA members on Saturday, April 10, just six days before final Academy Award voting begins, so expect the winner here to make a big impact on the Oscars. Read on for the full list of DGA Awards nominees below!Theatrical Feature FilmLee Isaac Chung MinariEmerald Fennell Promising Young WomanDavid Fincher MankAaron Sorkin The Trial of the Chicago 7Chloé Zhao NomadlandFirst-Time Feature FilmRadha Blank The Forty-Year-Old VersionFernando Frías de la Parra I m No Longer HereRegina King One Night in MiamiDarius Marder Sound of MetalFlorian Zeller The FatherOutstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic SeriesJason Bateman Ozark, Wartime Jon Favreau The Mandalorian, Chapter 9: The Marshall Vince Gilligan Better Call Saul, Bagman Lesli Linka Glatter Homeland, Prisoners of War Julie Anne Robinson Bridgerton, Diamond of the First Water Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy SeriesZach Braff Ted Lasso, Biscuits MJ Delaney Ted Lasso, The Hope That Kills You Susanna Fogel The Flight Attendant, In Case of Emergency Erin O Malley Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Surprise Party Jeff Schaffer Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Spite Store Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television and Limited SeriesSusanne Bier The UndoingScott Frank The Queen s GambitThomas Kail HamiltonMatt Shakman WandaVisionLynn Shelton Little Fires Everywhere, Find a Way Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports – Regularly Scheduled ProgrammingPaul G. Casey Real Time with Bill Maher, Episode 1835 Jim Hoskinson The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, #1025 Live Show Following Capitol Insurrection Don Roy King Saturday Night Live, Dave Chappelle; Foo Fighters David Paul Meyer The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, President Obama: Inspiring Future Leaders A Promised Land' Christopher Werner Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Trump Election Results Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety/Talk/News/Sports – SpecialsStacey Angeles The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Presents: Remembering RBG A Nation Ugly Cries with Desi LydicMarielle Heller What the Constitution Means to MeJim Hoskinson The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, “Stephen Colbert’s Election Night 2020: Democracy’s Last Stand: Building Back America Great Again Better 2020”Spike Lee David Byrne s American UtopiaThomas Schlamme A West Wing Special to Benefit When We All VoteOutstanding Directorial Achievement in Reality ProgramsDavid Charles World s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji, “3,2,1 Go!”Jon Favreau The Chef Show, Tartine Ken Fuchs Shark Tank, 1211 Joseph Guidry Full Bloom, Petal to the Metal Rich Kim Lego Masters, Mega City Block Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children s ProgramsKabir Akhtar High School Musical: The Musical ‑ The Series, “Opening Night”Larissa Bills On Pointe, Showtime! Dean Israelite The Astronauts, Countdown Richie Keen The Healing Powers of Dude, “Second Step: Homeroom”Amy Schatz We Are the Dream: The Kids of the Oakland MLK Oratorical FestOutstanding Directorial Achievement in DocumentaryMichael Dweck Gregory Kershaw The Truffle HuntersPippa Ehrlich James Reed My Octopus TeacherDavid France Welcome to ChechnyaAmanda McBaine Jesse Moss Boys StateBenjamin Ree The Painter and the ThiefThe Directors Guild Awards winners will be announced on April 10 during a private virtual event for DGA members.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
(Photo by Andrew Cooper/©Weinstein Compan)Updated: 10/4/21Sites like Crackle, IMDB, Tubi, Vudu, YouTube and now Peacock all have free movies online for you to stream. The only catch: You have to watch ads. On the plus side, while there are commercial interruptions, the movies are not edited for content like they are on broadcast channels. Which means you can still watch uncut movies and with fewer total interruptions than television airings.And did we mention the movies were free?Which movies should you watch, though, now that you know where to find them? Rotten Tomatoes did some digging and sorted through the free movie catalogs of Peacock, Vudu, Tubi, IMDB, YouTube, and Crackle to find the 200 best movies available to watch for free right now. These films, all Fresh on the Tomatometer, include Oscar winners, blockbusters, comedy classics, informative documentaries, and family favorites — all available to watch for free.Check out our list of the Freshest movies to watch free online to find something new without paying rental or subscription fees.Just added: The Aristocrats, Back to the Future Trilogy, The Big Short, A Boy and His Dog, Brick, Brokeback Mountain, Carol, Coming to America, Compliance, The Decline of Western Civilization, Django Unchained, Fight Club, Fish Called Wanda, Fury, Girl with a Pearl Earring, Half Nelson, History of Violence, Hoop Dreams, Ichi the Killer, The Imitation Game, John Wick 2, John Wick 3, Lion, Love Story, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Man of Tai Chi, Megamind, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mr. Nobody, Moneyball, On Golden Pond, The Pianist, Predators, Pretty Woman, The Road, Seabiscuit, Southpaw, Sweeney Todd, The Wedding Singer, Whip It