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71% The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 $102.7M
64% Spectre $15.0M
86% The Peanuts Movie $13.2M
66% The Night Before $9.9M
40% Secret in Their Eyes $6.7M
21% Love the Coopers $4.1M
93% The Martian $3.8M
97% Spotlight $3.5M
42% The 33 $2.3M
91% Bridge of Spies $2.0M

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    The ubiquitous friend of the show Clint Howard lends both his name and his vast array of anecdotes to the first annual Rotten Tomatoes Clintsgiving. To celebrate the release of his latest film, The Funhouse Massacre, Matt and Grae test a theory that nearly any film that comes out can be accompanied by a relevant story from the man himself. They discuss the week's releases and also recommend some of Clint's other flicks that you and your whole family can enjoy on this long holiday weekend. #Clintsgiving
  • Ep. 152 - Jonathan Levine Directs Our Holiday Dreams
    The Night Before is in theaters this week, and director Jonathan Levine stops by to tell holiday tales of Christmas sweaters, Miley Cyrus, and Hal Ashby, but not in that order. Several of you in the RT community need emotional support regarding Mockingjay, True Lies, and The Revenant, which Matt and Grae are happy to provide.
  • Ep. 151 - Essential Martial Arts films, and director Jessie Nelson
    This week, Matt and Ryan discuss new movies Love the Coopers, The 33, Man Up, and By the Sea. The guys take on fans’ reactions to Spectre, and answer a deep mystery about script revisions, then Ryan discusses his article about Essential Martial Arts movies. In the second half of the show, RT’s Marya Gates interviews Love the Coopers director Jessie Nelson.