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The Frame Oscar Special

The Frame

04:42 min | 1 year ago

The Frame Oscar Special

"Are ready. Let's do it. Welcome to the frame Oscar special from KPCC in Los Angeles. Welcome to the one million breath and the Oscar goes to and the Oscar goes to and the Oscar goes to get anybody. I'M GONNA find you're GONNA give you. Massive snow snowed. Everybody who bought a ticket told somebody to buy a ticket. Thank you I love you if I may be so honored to have all all the female nominees and every category stand with me in this room tonight the actors Maryland you do it everybody else will come on all right all right all right. I'm John Horn host to the frame and joining me is Jacqueline coli editor at Ron Tomatoes Jacqueline. Thanks for being with us. Thanks for having me John so I know we're only a couple seconds in certified fresh so far. I think you're doing great. You're certified fresh and honestly I would say all the best picture nominees are also pretty awesome. It's probably the highest average on the tomato meter of best picture nominees. We've had in a while so I'm excited to talk about these phones. So let's start with probably the top story. I think of this year's Oscar race twenty acting nominees. One person of Color Cynthia Revo who stars as Surrey Tubman and Harriet. Yeah I'M NOT GONNA lie was extremely disappointed. When I watched each array and John Show read out the nominees few weeks ago? But I wasn't surprised actually just wrote an an article rotten tomatoes discussing this when you talk about the ninety two years of the history of the academy. There's only been thirty. Five Black Women nominated and twenty one of them have been for playing a slave a maid or woman in abject poverty it is an alarming and slightly depressing trend. I would say in the academy's Tastes And when you have performances from Octavia. CBS Spencer and loose Alfre woodard clemency. Jaylo in four inch heels giving us all she could for Hustler's and Aquafina further for well. It's really really alarming for you to say to yourself that this is where we are at the state of the academy. I'm going to hope that this year. We can have parasite as a moment if it wins. Best picture that we can say. We're moving forward. But again Cynthia being the only nominee it's It's a bit depressing parasite. I think has a legitimate chance to win the best picture. Oscar Oscar Think Bong Jun ho who directed and Co wrote. It could win director as well if it wins. The top prize the first foreign language movie in Academy History to take that prize. That is important in its own right regardless of the fact that none of its actors were nominated for performing in it. Yeah and it's also again a trend unfortunately with the academy there have been six previous best picture. Nominations from Asian cinema where none of the actors were honored with an acting nomination and unfortunately parasite kept with that trend this year here however We keep a track at our wars leaderboard and rotten tomatoes dot com of all of the winds of all of the films that are in the conversation and parasite has dominated with over a hundred in twenty five wins and to give you sort of a relative idea. The next winds is at seventy one. So parasite has been dominating with critics groups and with these these various guilds so it's poised to maybe take home the top prize but it really depends on the academy's taste and what those nine thousand members feel about the film later in the show. We're GONNA talk talk about the best picture race. We're also going to hear from some of the directors of some of the best picture nominees including Greta. Gerwig made little women was not nominated for best director. Sam Mendes from one thousand nine hundred seventeen and Bon John Hoult from parasite. But we'll start this Oscar party with some leading actresses three of the five nominees in this category had add the particular challenge of playing real people on Screen Cynthia Rio sharply staring and Renee Zellweger. Who Plays Judy Garland in Judy Yukon? There's an audience other ways. It hears you sing my mouth driving. It was judy takes place in the late. One thousand nine hundred sixty judy. Garland's career is floundering. She's struggling with sobriety. She goes to England perform at a London nightclub and Joplin one thing that surprised me. was that renee. Zellweger wasn't convinced that she could actually pull off as part. I wish I think is so crazy. That's Texas girls for you as a Texas girl I can say we're like deprecating on our talent and always like underestimate ourselves but she absolutely murdered murdered this role I remember. I woke up right in early at the tyrod film festival to watch. Her sort of embody. Judy Garland for this role and it was so I would say mesmerizing.

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"ron tomatoes" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"ron tomatoes" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"I four oh, right right at the part where she is like, here's the idea for the magazine right from all they know the only history girls up from. Yeah. Cool. So it was like the perfect time for this movie to come out and we're the same age. So it was it was like peak like any movie that about teenagers is directed at ten year olds. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And so, when this, I was, like ready to take everything that happened in this movie is complete gospel, and what I wanted in my life, I was I was especially affected by the fact that she was dating a hockey player because my dad was a hockey writer pumps. I brag. Publication famous subscribes to the patriot ledger. If you don't that's why print is dead. And my dad's he'll lose his job. But he is a hockey writer any os you'd be like is someday. I'm going to hook you up with a hockey player. Even though he didn't have the power to do so. But I didn't know that when I was ten as like my dad's all powerful and I'm gonna fuck a hockey player too. And so I've you'd her relationship like I would always be like our hockey players, really like. I'm going to have to tell them to stop stripping ice ice, baby. Oh, I just got that. That he just throws struggling to an ice related songs as a hockey player on my God. But no I mean I, I saw this movie theaters loved it. Yeah. Me too. What about you? Kaitlyn. I did not see this movie for the first time until about a year ago, and I watched it because I was like what probably do this on the Bechtel cast someday. I better familiarized myself with it now. And I was right. So. Congratulations for a year later here. We are. But yeah I hadn't seen. It was a little in two thousand four I was a senior in high school. So I kind of age raiders older than the target demographic. So I wasn't super interested in seeing also I have a pretty big version to Ron calms. They're not my. Yeah. But I enjoyed this movie. It's cute. It's. Man, I like got fully skull fucked by. I like this is sort of like the tail end of a very like specific time in rom com. We're like this came out the year after made Manhattan. This is kind of, when Jlo's starting to transition out of rum cons. Yeah. This point, she's doing monster in law, and then she's kind of tapping out, right? Right. I mean shoutout. To the J lo reference in this movie. She's on the cover of. Yeah. Boys and score. She was like it. When is moving out, like, right? How long before the devil wears product came out. Dozen eight seven or eight something like that. You can tell this movie is pre recession based on where everyone lives. Movie is fully pre recession. Yeah. But it also. I mean, like I, I went back to as I usually do I went back to the original coverage of this movie and as two thousand four. So women are not allowed to write in print yet. Every review like the Ron tomatoes of thirteen going on thirty is very skewed because it's written by old dude. Right. Who are just like Unal fucking get this. Like Roger Ebert, my nemesis. He like gave us a horrible review. He's just like what like she'd grabbing her ten as like he just dumb ass. But, like all the reviews around this movie, they basically say that it is the same thing as big. Yes. It is not it's not biggest kind of isn't pick like creepy or like big leans more into like he's excellent an adult one way. Yeah. Well. Boy, only big is goes from like a twelve year old becoming a thirty year old in the same era where this is like a flash forward into the future..

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Rotten Tomatoes revamps user reviews after Captain Marvel troll campaign

Back To Work

01:52 min | 2 years ago

Rotten Tomatoes revamps user reviews after Captain Marvel troll campaign

"Did you hear about the the trolls on rotten tomatoes that were review giving bad reviews to captain marvel movie. She's no one has come out. Well, they're Ron tomatoes as a new and response to this. Tell me I can't wait to hear. They are no longer letting people review movie before it has come out. So you can't bomb a movie by giving it bad reviews before anyone is actually even seen it. Let me look. I'll put this dad. Yeah. Oh, look at that to momma tomato meter tomato. Meter not available audience score not available. Right. That is super interesting. That was that a brave decision. Does that affect does that harm their traffic that feels like a slightly brave decision? I think it is. And I think because it's cuts down on their page page views all those idiots clicking. Yeah. Yeah. But I guess they do it. They had to do. I'm excited about it. I don't wanna I don't wanna hear people complaining about this movie. I want to be excited. Can we have this? Can we just we just have a good movie to watch? I mean, I'm not excited that much so much about the finish war. But this one I'm happy for Kelly. Man. She she made this character. Awesome. Yeah. Cat. Yeah. I've been avoiding as you know, I'm in. Well, you may not know full media blackout for this. So I have all the thing. Yeah. Shouldn't even be looking at this pay. Don't look it's so gross. And it's like. Guys, men, please stop ruining everything. Like ruined some things just ruined things in your house. But you have to keep ruining all of the things. It's like, you're it's like you. You're Buttle surfing all over the floor of the world, like stop skidding, like stop putting your Mark on all of the things and making a terrible coaches, stop, stop replying all this women's tweets. Stop being mean to captain marvel. Just dial it down get some exercise K a ball and play with it by a

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"ron tomatoes" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"ron tomatoes" Discussed on Double Toasted

"There's a character that really do not like it is moving from the very beginning. Did they do what I think they did? I don't know who you don't like. Okay. I can't say the revelation of who it was. I did not guess. Okay. All right. Yeah. If you haven't seen it, though, the guys movie his name is. Believes as as gar Ferati. Variety directed this movie separation and he also directed the salesman. I think I've seen separation annoy have I feel like I have to. But. But some of the titles like seen any Y. Oh, haven't seen that one. We know we have seen too many more. Yeah. You sweep people like man you see to me movies. No. I haven't say it online. You're right. They have movies that people had to remind me. I did not see that movie. He put review. You know, what it was? It was the first. That's by spoof rowing Atkins. Johnny English, Johnny English. I say I did not see the first giant English and somebody pumped quickly it with my boys. Yeah. I remember arguing with you coming out of I Johnny English. Maybe. So man, somebody said now, let me give you some Kevin king says I'm surprised that you haven't reviewed fighting with my family didn't get a screen and Ford. Yeah. I didn't know that man's advertise that I'm surprised that there wasn't a screening for and it was talking about ninety ninety four percent, Ron tomatoes, and we all wrestling fans. Yeah. Probably is because I I mean that movie was not advertised a whole lot and they had a screening Ford..

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"ron tomatoes" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"ron tomatoes" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"I don't know if we will we might southern something better because the so bad, but it might be funny to reviewed anyway. It's apparently horrendous and Netflix said no to at twenty eight percent audience scored rotten tomatoes to a one point nine out of five. That's very hard to do that is super fucking low. But yet that should have been the sign their Netflix says no Netflix does release some good stuff, but they released garbage do if Netflix says, no you've got a pilot shit on your hands. Yeah. That that's a big name. That'd be a big name for Netflix have will will Ferrell in John C Reilly to movie to put on their splash page in and get people engaged in it. And they watched it near like, thanks. How bad is that have to be? I can't wait to completely honest. What just thinking about how made like how does something like that get made? I feel they're both established enough like, and they know what's funny, and they both are buried good comedic actors and comedians that at one at no point where they just like this shit. We should do something about it. Or do you just? Just like try to get it over with. And you're like man fuck this shit because that's what I do watch. We find out like the Ron tomatoes was hacked by the SAS just because they don't want Americans. Playing Sherlock Holmes disparaging the Queen with Sophie's, and they just completely took over the mainframe, m I six tragic for you, Mr. bond Pelly wanted the gags of the movie is he he's trying to find a signature hat throughout the movie. Leads to a lot of like funny and anachronisms knows you know, what would be really good for him the free hat comes with wait. No they advertise with this this week sponsored this week. Okay. So never been a certain company.

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"ron tomatoes" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"ron tomatoes" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"I don't know if we will we might southern something better because the so bad, but it might be funny to reviewed anyway. It's apparently horrendous and Netflix said no to at twenty eight percent audience scored rotten tomatoes to a one point nine out of five. That's very hard to do that is super fucking low. But yet that should have been the sign their Netflix says no Netflix does release some good stuff, but they released garbage do if Netflix says, no you've got a pilot shit on your hands. Yeah. That that's a big name. That'd be a big name for Netflix have will will Ferrell in John C Reilly to movie to put on their splash page in and get people engaged in it. And they watched it near like, thanks. How bad is that have to be? I can't wait to completely honest. What just thinking about how made like how does something like that get made? I feel they're both established enough like, and they know what's funny, and they both are buried good comedic actors and comedians that at one at no point where they just like this shit. We should do something about it. Or do you just? Just like try to get it over with. And you're like man fuck this shit because that's what I do watch. We find out like the Ron tomatoes was hacked by the SAS just because they don't want Americans. Playing Sherlock Holmes disparaging the Queen with Sophie's, and they just completely took over the mainframe, m I six tragic for you, Mr. bond Pelly wanted the gags of the movie is he he's trying to find a signature hat throughout the movie. Leads to a lot of like funny and anachronisms knows you know, what would be really good for him the free hat comes with wait. No they advertise with this this week sponsored this week. Okay. So never been a certain company.

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"ron tomatoes" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"ron tomatoes" Discussed on Double Toasted

"I said that like it explains why there's a total stranger sitting in the dark in my second favorite chair. Okay. So the understanding of this is that that is not a good movie at all. And when I came my argument was, but it's fun. You know, so right. So I can't really come up here. And look at people in in criticized the movie and them to take that seriously when I'm like something like this because it's the same, you know, to me, this is kind of same thing, which brings up the question, why is really being given praise for being goofy. And being a very loose and fun. And this movie is being considered to be one of the worst movies ever made by people. Why is this? You know, why the same elements in this that were fun not working so much as aqua, man. I think because people have spent much of their lives looking forward to a Justice league movie this one, but some Justice league movie, and by all rights Justice league movie should be awesome. By the same token, and uncle man movie, quote, unquote, should lame especially following a Justice league movie that people didn't like so for Justice league the bar was high expectations man, it was very low. Yeah. And see this is what made me give it a rental instead of this coming and going all out because I did enjoy the action scenes this. So I can see what people are really into with this. But you know, what it comes down to is that we're talking about how much people love this movie for fun and then coming around and they see the. You see that the ratings fluctuate on rotten tomatoes. And are you see the reviews coming out and is bad is good as bad as good? But essentially comes down to audiences saying, listen, I was in a tained. A we critics become in especially I'm speaking not say critics. I'm speaking mostly we becoming we're getting to the point. Where are we being too harsh? Because a look at not only this where you know. This is not the first time this year that we didn't really we job with the audience. There was bohemian rhapsody. We start out with a low score Ron tomatoes people talking about it kinda has the same opinions that we did in late on this massive hit. It also became favorite with the critics as it went alone. Are we do you start a miss of point where we are? We're not taking move. You know, if you don't believe that that's fine. But there's something to think about are. We going in with points already made for us where we gotta have gotta have that gotta have that. That's that's strays away from what we've we've walked in with the movies bad. We'd be into harshly stains. Should we put back? Maybe consider that somebody's a fun in there. Just for entertainment. I feel like we do that quite a bit. A lot of times. We'll talk about things like well, it is it's fun. Or maybe it's not for me. But it's for this audience. My not like it. If these particular movies don't have to have nothing to do with me being harsh about him. I actually went into both of them in good spirits with the idea that I'm going to enjoy them. I've been looking forward to to both of them in fact, and it just became with with rhapsody. It was just overwhelming that men there is a basic component to this like like one of the one of the the solid building blocks. Good Louis making next. And it's hard to get around that. And I'm never sitting in something. I know people love it. If we hate a movie because we can really jump on it actually, don't like that all that much. I prefer to see something that you know, it has it's points. I'm constantly looking. So what's good about this? But if there's a point where over and over the movies, the storytelling is missing something. That's so basic to good storytelling, or what makes a good movie. I can't get around it. And see that's what I'm thinking. What I say going into a movie with these points points, these points. I'm talking about having my mind. Okay. I just came out of..

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"ron tomatoes" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ron tomatoes" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Our talent with giving grey areas and technicalities take take a moment and know the history don't be a part of a racing it. I wish you the best. Well, took the high road. I then got on chubby Rome rom com. We'd scott. Ellis Melissa McCarthy and stuff I then got angry because I thought about oh how many fucking times in the last month? I've turned on the TV and seen Chimi Fallon's and Queen latifah's taxi the world shittiest jet. Jimmy fallon. Jimmy Fallon had an ounce of dignity. He would find extra five million bucks laying around go to HBO go. Here's five million please stop playing this fucking horrible decision. I made for movie from two thousand and seven fuck, it's it's a horrible movie. And the reason I have such vitriol is I have made movies that never show up on on HBO or Showtime Starz or anything, and this is a horrible movie. That's an a constant it's in the rotation constant rotation. And it's it's the weirdest movie because back to traffic. It's ten percent on Ron tomatoes. But people have it at forty at a robust forty-three rotten. I don't know what the top critics have. Playing two more times as we h. Why ten percent can't you have Mason Dixon line.

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"ron tomatoes" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"ron tomatoes" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Who's built like a brick shit house and has zero game dr drew dr true cannot get the ball out of the infield doesn't swing a bat like zero all all arm and upper body zero tech game but he can open it up with the national anthem all right so max fab will make a note i'll find that footage some point her down no where that gotta see i don't know where the hell somebody's got it on a computer i just don't know whose computer it's it's on but we worked with brian mcknight remembered work down the hall from us and i homerun company six four that's right all right let's see berryman cow berry minka visit minko the w at the end so i didn't how to pronounce it they made a movie they a movie was made about his life called conman came out this year i think it went straight to dvd or vod or whatever with such names as james caan ving rains mark hamill talia shire armand asante okay wow i'm supporting roles of course the main guy played by justin baldoni donated wow a movie made a buzz life well all right mark hamill i believe it is wow well the guy ran aimed be carpet cleaning his name art fuss safe they made a movie about heart and it's carpet cleaning i think he may have gotten into flu cleaning at restaurants well so that really kind of adds a real ring like an act to unveil he's thinking about getting into aquarium cleaning art all right three movies and ron tomatoes and scores we got a lot of advocaat rob's wiggle to do and let me take i about.

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"ron tomatoes" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"ron tomatoes" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"That's ron tomatoes works i am convinced that they are paid by certain studios or around certain movies too on the inbetween stuff give it a thumbs up because like it's very subjective like what they choose like a two and a half star movie or at three star movie depending on what like paragraph or sentence they choose to late can be a rotten or a ripe right now not sure if like the people who submit the reviews get to choose if it's rotten or not but i would believe that although there are some warner bros movies that have shitty reviews which is weird because warner brothers owns rotten tomatoes over really i didn't even know that i think that's only like it's been like two years now was freaking out in a first time because they were like other reviews are going to get skewed and then like all the batman movies came out and okay maybe not yeah that's why i remember with the justice league shit they were they were going to reveal the rotten tomatoes score because they like they knew they were gonna sit on it to not dislike discourage people seeing a countdown it's an l bad for steve fuck with medicare medic i don't because i feel like every critic has their own different sense of what a scale is and i'm not interested in like knowing what an eighty three movies like i'm just like will i like the movie or not and then within that scale i'll figure out how much i like it or don't so you have like critics that you sort of keep an eye on or how how do you determine whether you're interested in a movie i generally use rotten tomatoes because i feel like even when movies like sixty percent i'll go see it and then be like oh i really liked this movie and i get some people wouldn't or it's like a movie like hereditary gets a ninety three because everyone generally agreements like this is a good horror movie but i don't know how i feel about a critically and then i'm like we'll great i'll make my own decision right what do you think of hereditary i loved it and i'm going to see against unplugging sherifi to that movie i've been talking about this for a weird way like a kid who's really scared of it but fascinated by your like.

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"ron tomatoes" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"ron tomatoes" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"And it's like robert deniro cuba gooding junior also this is a black director i was very fascinated by this guy james you might remember him no no he didn't sorry no he did sorry he did barbershop he also did next cut some ever you had that callback too was he was in the room when i was there you're talking about the director the director yet right which he did so food so soul food so this is a second movie after so third which i think is equally as interesting you have a black director who does a quote unquote black film in seoul food which is a huge hit huge commercial success long as a television series as well and so the second film that he does is this you know arguably an oscar play this movie came out in during oscar season has to academy award winners in it it also has star least their own i don't know i don't think she had won her academy award and yet but she's obviously like a hot actress at at this time in terms of career michael rapaport who you know who stay in a black movie you know yeah he always delivers like you know if you if you have him in your film it's like you're like there's gonna be some heart i do i do i do like that and of course this is inspired by chew story about the first black master diver in the navy a lot of events were real and you know the thing is when the movie came out it had mixed reviews i think like ron tomatoes is something like fifty i forgot what it is exactly have everything right he.

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"ron tomatoes" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ron tomatoes" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Sure yeah yeah yeah kathy bates is the main person on there she's the the hippie truck laurie show right two and a half men and his thought so the kathy bates anger management well he hit on this one i don't know so number one movie black panther number two tomb raider number three is called i can only imagine and i didn't know anything about it they didn't do their job you should know all about this and so and the reviews on ron tomatoes critics sixty two percent regular public ninety six percent so immediately i know it's religious and i'm absolutely right yes because it's about god the people that know about this movie see this movie and you can't give it anything less and then and then of course you have the critics that are willing to be bias wow did you watch it i never heard of it god's not dead in that family yeah it's about a member that a third one coming out did you ever see that no the commercial that no no one does i was just going to say the commercial for that put the fear in me they were so propaganda like it was so strange i'm sorry god's papa he made you there's propaganda i don't watch it because i don't need to see something already know right right people say how do you know god's real and i say oh i don't know turn to your left turn to your right look around okay hey sis fuck and missed.

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"ron tomatoes" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"ron tomatoes" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"I four days in one of the most overlooked asked act uh but but to the ask your credit van and i was reading an article about this today is though there are starting to honor the films that audiences really connect with fake movies like john kirk can get out that makes huge box office numbers in the last couple of years you look at the score on rotten tomatoes which kind of you know judges the pulse of a film that the best films on ron tomatoes the ninety nine centers they're getting best picture nomination there's no longer just for like the strange rd movie that you might not have heard of said the winner fixture this year is probably going to be a movie about a fish banned coming out of a tank fallen themselves cold war like like i digress so there is something for everybody and uh and i think the academy does a good job of kind of spreading the wealth with the nominations so so shipping water use your pick for cia has big sure what about the other ones what about director what about actor and actress i like hero go toro who shape water you wanted to grave visionary working today i like allison janney in a sports film eitan yeah i think that's one of the locks of the night i mention gary oldman and mention code be i think you'll see the the original screenplay category which is often times by like super snobby send the files like adnan for real prestigious category to keep an eye on uh a you'll see that go to three billboards uh yeah man i i i'm honestly excited they'll because in years past like okay we all part of not succeed oh and clapper sandra bullock we all point on sexy don't classifies whitaker like everyone kind of knew what the awards we're going to be but i think this year you might see some surprises especially investiture.

"ron tomatoes" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"ron tomatoes" Discussed on KPCC

"And that premier audience and i was one of the first people to see the movie now saw over come with excitement and i was so impressed with this movie that made definite steps to further a very old franchise in the ninth film in the entire franchise i had no emotional attachment to the old stories just want to see what they're going to do next but then you have a die hard fair and the diehard fan says you know i it really seemed like he was making it up as he went along and i didn't know jet ice could do this or that and they have very specific very passionate views you end up with a huge difference wherever lightsaber didn't have the el seventeen button on the left nods warsaw therefore there good enough wrong how dare they finally the biggest story i think for ron tomatoes this year is a piece of the new york times published about how rotten tomatoes was somehow almost response ball for the fact that movies were doing poorly the box office for much of two thousand seventeen i'm not gonna share my opinions about the story total crock but what was rotten tomatoes reaction well one of the things that's been amazing is that over the years i've been with it the company about five years now to see just how important we've become in the realm of movie and television rhett criticism in la and fans service is really incredible like it's amazing that we've gained this much momentum that the new york times thinks it's important to talk about us it's pretty astounding to me and ultimately i don't find myself all that concerned with what movie studios say we are aren't because we're resource for fans we're there for people that are trying to figure out how to spend their hardearned money when they finally have a date night and a sitter and if for for whatever level of involvement any a user has with the tomato meter good on them if they stop with that number so be it but if they choose to continue they've got a lot more resources and information available to them so here's what.

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"ron tomatoes" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"ron tomatoes" Discussed on KPCC

"Of us turn to critics to help us decide how to spend our money when and if we do get off the couch which brings us to rotten tomatoes the movie review aggregation site in fact some hollywood executives are blaming bad scores compiled by ron tomatoes for poor box office returns this year with ticket sales down more than and three percent from two thousand and sixteen as senior editor of rod tomatoes gray drake has a front row seat to how films are registering with critics and audiences alike she came by the frame studio recently to talk about the year in film reviews and to address whether film critics still matter they certainly dale the second best part of art is the discussion that surrounds it and regardless of what medium were talking about i say film critics absolutely matter that's one of the best things about working at rotten tomatoes we get to celebrate these people and mostly just foster this conversation around movies which is becoming a law start the argument against rotten tomatoes and other aggregation sites like metacritic is that they dilute the individual critic into a scorer soda view follow a certain critic that critics point of view is less important to most people than a new miracle rating what do you say to that criticism will how dare you say that about any one critic but i know what you mean i think that it's not just the tomato meter that's an easy very accessible quick way to see what the critics think of a film or what the users think or the audience thinks of a film because we do have an audience score on the site as well but ultimately there's so many different levels of information available on the site it's not just a number you can go to the movie page you can see a quote from a reviewers you know comments on the movie and then you can kinda dive deeper those are the voices that are represented how do you to.

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"ron tomatoes" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"ron tomatoes" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Superman and wonder drinan but the thing is like people get so caught up about the numbers and you know look i also review films did not love it i i gave i give this kind of a three out of five it's all right there are good parts and bad parts of justice league but and i'm i'm sure you would agree the biggest thing that determines whether movie does well and like one hundred million over the weekend is not well is your satisfaction of that experience if you go out raving say oh my god aqua man was amazing did you see that thing where one woman and you talk to your friends and then they go get tickets that's what sells a film i don't i think we overestimate the influence of the number will let me ask him an amended or you're a creator what's at stake would this review system will when it comes to review is of course it always feels terrible to get a bad review nobody wants their creation be you know panned by critics in some of the things people right are pretty hurtful when i'm looking at this i mean there's two interesting perspectives first of all each showing a lack of faith in the creative if this were any other movie it would be very harmful to the people who are working within that studio to know that the studio dozen creatively back them doesn't believe that they're going to get good reviews on the other hand the studio might be showing that they prefer the reaction of fans entrust the fans more than they actually trust the critics who may dismiss this genre of movie i mean it's justice league were not expecting schindler's list so in a lot of ways they feel like the game as rigged against them what i think is actually happening here is that there is already a dialogue of fans dc fans especially disliking film critics and disliking the way that they treat dc movies and rate them and and so what i think is happening here is ron tomatoes and wb that owns thirty percent of rotten tomatoes and also owns a portion of fend danko is actually using that narrative to gain more publicity saying we're on the side of the fans were not on the side of the critics i want to.

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"ron tomatoes" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"ron tomatoes" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Right it's you know superman and wonder amen but the thing is like people get so caught up about the numbers and you know look i also review films did not love it i i gave i give this kind of a three out of five it's all right there are good parts and bad parts of justice league but and i'm i'm sure you would agree the biggest thing that determines whether movie does well and like one hundred million over the weekend is not well is your satisfaction of that experience if you go out raving say oh my god aqua man was amazing did you see that thing where wonderwoman and you talk to your friends and then they go get tickets that's what cells a film i don't i think we overestimate the influence of the number will let me ask him unamended you're a creator what's at stake would this review system will when it comes to review is of course it always feels terrible to get a bad review nobody wants their creation yasser be you know panned by critics in some of the things people right are pretty hurtful when i'm looking at this i mean there's two interesting perspectives first of all it's showing a lack of faith in the creative if this were any other movie it would be very harmful to the people who are working within that studio to know that the studio doesn't creatively back them doesn't believe that they're going to get good reviews on the other hand the studio might be showing that they per further reaction of fans entrust the fans more than they actually trust the critics who may dismiss this genre of movie i mean it's justice league we're not expecting schindler's list so in a lot of ways they feel like the game as rigged against them what i think is actually happening here is that there is already a dialogue of fans dc fans especially disliking film critics and disliking the way that they treat dc movies and rate them and and so what i think is happening here is ron tomatoes and wb that owns thirty percent of rotten tomatoes and also owns a portion of fend danko is actually using that narrative to gain more publicity saying we're on the side of the fans were not on the side.

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"ron tomatoes" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"ron tomatoes" Discussed on KGO 810

"Garbage so when this story came out i immediately called bs on this because because of adam sandler because every time adam keller does movie i liked and the other critic like like for example punchdrunk love which the ball on the aberson right wall logistical could move what funny people is the jet after louis that i loved they did well on rotten tomatoes but not very well at the box office what adam sailor has done movies that the critics crucify like pixels which i think got 8 percent at fourteen percent dated right at the box office so i said to myself wait how is adam sandler the only accurate at all i i use the term actor loosely of course is the only one that this is the case with and then i started research in it fought no it the critics have no bearing on how well movie delved blocked almost out what i think threat rat thinking is you hear so many young people talk about wall fewer rotten tomato says or they check ron tomatoes and that was never gone before adding thirteen year old kids weren't saying well we'll see if this fully work thumbs up quite cute a new phone movie so yes we do live in an era where younger people are more computersavvy and you looked at but i don't think it persuades the law i will not only will i not go to a movie with bad bad review i will get your review i will look at rotten tomatoes and but i mean i won't go so sometimes i want to see a movie like i want to see lucky logan right okay and i didn't checked any the reviews and i loved i mean i loved at him i thought it was really entertaining i liked a lot and then i checked in a had like what does have an eighty two or eighty three or something like.

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"ron tomatoes" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"ron tomatoes" Discussed on /Film Daily

"People just weren't interested in obey watch reboot but the new york times article that this is based off of uh spoke to some of the industry executives whose who say things like i think if the destruction of our business uh this was from a bright ratner who has directed xmen last stand and a luxuries movies like movie fortythree um and uh the near times article goes on to say that sentiment is echoed almost daily institute dining rooms all summer um last month month a chief executive for major movie company looked this reporter directly in the eye and declared flatly that his mission was to destroy the review aggregation site so i do think that this summer has been worst for big tentpole movies and big a blockbuster films but not but ron tomatoes is not directly responsible for this um there has been the rise of streaming sites like netflixing amazon in hulu which encourage people to stay at home and wait for me was to come out movie tickets are getting more and more expensive and most importantly these movies are bad oh i wish the rise of social media not that like it hasn't been uh you know prevalent laura past few years but like now more than ever when a movie hits in there is bad buzz it spreads like wildfire and i don't think people were tweeting oh this movie has a fifty percent run tomato score you know it's your friends and family and people you followed saying bad things about the movie that they paid for and they were disappointed by uh frankly it's it's just as much much about word of mouth evidence about the front meet escort which can act is a good indicator of how well and we will be received but isn't the defining factor or you know the the hammer that will knocked down a movie on a josh legal am at clash from a really good article couple of months ago about how critics aren't out to get movies they're not you know the defining dominant force when it comes to how well and will be does at the box office they wanna add seek good movies do well just as much as anyone else and share that with their fans with fans on the movies and.

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