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  03 Sep 2015 
Six Movies That Bring the Funk
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Six Movies That Bring the Funk

The Godfather of Soul gets his cinematic with the James Brown biopic Get On Up, starring 42‘s Chadwick Boseman as the legendary singer. The prospect of watching director Tate Taylor’s dramatization of Brown’s remarkable life has left all of us in the RT offices with ants in our pants and the need to dance, so we decided to devote this week’s list to a celebration of all things filmic and funky. Jump back, we wanna kiss ourselves.

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  03 Sep 2015 
Helen Mirren’s 8 Best Movies
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Helen Mirren’s 8 Best Movies

She’s one of the most highly respected stars of the stage, television, and film, with an Oscar, four Emmys, and membership in the Order of the British Empire to her credit — but Helen Mirren‘s eclectic filmography has always had room for more than arthouse fare. She’s also appeared in plenty of popcorn flicks, including National Treasure 2, Inkheart, and Red, which found her toting a machine gun and blowing away bad guys alongside Bruce Willis. It’s been a career worth celebrating, and this week, it expands to include Mirren’s starring turn in Lasse Hallstrom’s culinary drama, The Hundred-foot Journey.

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  03 Sep 2015 
Robert Rodriguez’s 10 Best Movies
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Robert Rodriguez’s 10 Best Movies

Since breaking into Hollywood in 1992 with his low-budget masterpiece El Mariachi, Robert Rodriguez has done it all — and not only in terms of his eclectic filmography, which includes action, sci-fi, horror, comedy, and family-friendly thrills. He’s also one of the most hands-on filmmakers in the studio system, assuming editing, composing, and cinematography duties on top of directing, writing, and production. Given all that, we felt it was only right that we honor Rodriguez’s work on the long-awaited Sin City sequel A Dame to Kill For by taking a look back at some of the brightest critical highlights from his career.

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  03 Sep 2015 
Pierce Brosnan’s 8 Best Movies
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Pierce Brosnan’s 8 Best Movies

Pierce Brosnan rejoins the action-star ranks with The November Man, a new thriller from director Roger Donaldson (The Bank Job) about a retired CIA agent lured back into the game for one last mission. But if the sight of the former James Bond coolly wielding a pistol reminds you of Brosnan’s past secret-agent glories, we’re here to remind you that his filmography is about so much more than characters with a certain set of skills; in fact, he’s been part of a long series of critically acclaimed — and eclectic — projects. How many of your favorites match up with the critics? Let’s start the countdown and find out!

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  02 Sep 2015 
Liam Neeson’s 10 Best Movies
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Liam Neeson’s 10 Best Movies

The journey between arthouse and IMAX can be a treacherous trip for an actor, but Liam Neeson has navigated it more nimbly than most over the course of his lengthy career, booking major roles in Serious Movies (Schindler’s List) while leaving room for horror (The Haunting), romance (Love Actually), and blockbuster franchises (The Phantom Menace, Batman Begins) — not to mention a recent string of action thrillers that, with A Walk Among the Tombstones, finds Mr. Neeson kicking bad-guy butt one more time. What better way to celebrate his accomplishments than a look at his best-reviewed movies?

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  02 Sep 2015 
Jeff Daniels’ 10 Best Movies
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Jeff Daniels’ 10 Best Movies

Always an actor first and celebrity second, Jeff Daniels has appeared in scores of films over the last three decades and change without ever commanding a superstar level of attention — but as even a cursory glance at his filmography makes clear, he has a marvelous knack for choosing projects, one that extends to his work on the stage (where he’s earned a Tony nomination) and the small screen (where he won an Emmy for his work on The Newsroom). Let's Celebrate, we’ve decided to turn our attention to his most critically beloved efforts.

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  02 Sep 2015 
Jennifer Lawrence’s 10 Best Movies
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Jennifer Lawrence’s 10 Best Movies

In the last five years, Jennifer Lawrence has gone from sitcom star to Oscar-winning thespian and integral component of two top-grossing film franchises — not to mention the sort of celebrity whose goofy, down-to-earth persona makes her irresistible to meme makers and late-night talk show booking agents, we decided now would be a perfect time to pay tribute to some of the brighter critical highlights from a filmography that?s only getting started.

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  02 Sep 2015 
Sigourney Weaver’s 10 Best Movies
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Sigourney Weaver’s 10 Best Movies

Sigourney Weaver‘s distinguished career includes three Oscar nominations, more than $2 billion in lifetime grosses, and roles in a pair of James Cameron-helmed sci-fi franchises — not to mention an impressively eclectic array of films that runs the gamut from serious dramas to ribald comedies and back again. We decided to pay tribute by taking a fond look back at some of her brightest critical highlights.

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  01 Sep 2015 
Jennifer Lopez’s 9 Best Movies
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Jennifer Lopez’s 9 Best Movies

Twenty years ago, Jennifer Lopez was just another one of the girls getting her swerve on before commercial breaks on Fox’s In Living Color. Things sure have changed: Today, Lopez is a certified multimedia mogul, with a successful acting career, platinum CDs, a clothing line, fragrances, and a production company to her credit. It’s been a couple of years since we’ve seen La Lopez in theaters, but she’s back with The Boy Next Door; to celebrate her return, we decided to take a look back through her filmography and revisit her best-reviewed starring roles.

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  01 Sep 2015 
Kevin Costner’s 10 Best Movies
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Kevin Costner’s 10 Best Movies

Kevin Costner has played Robin Hood, Bull Durham, and Superman’s dad, but this weekend, he scales things down a little in Black or White, a family drama with a timely storyline that attempts to explore modern racial dynamics in America. Costner’s latest project gives us the perfect chance to take a fond look back at some of the many movies that helped make him the Academy Award-winning actor and director he is today — an impressively diverse list that we’re betting might include a few surprises.

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