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bob综合体育平台app采用百度引擎1(Baidu 0)Best-Reviewed TV Movies 2020It’s a confusing time to be a TV movie, sharing the at-home spotlight with big-budget would-be blockbusters or awards-bait independent films that debuted on streaming or VOD while most movie theaters were dark. Hello, Soul and Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. We see you, Minari and Sound of Metal. All of those show up in the “Best Movies” category of our Golden Tomato Awards. The TV Movies category may as well be called the HBO Category this year, because aside from Showtime’s The Go-Go’s, every film is from the cable network, starting with powerful documentary, Welcome to Chechnya, which documents the detention, torture, and execution of LGBTQ Chechens under Ramzan Kadyrov’s leadership. HBO drama Bad Education, based on a true story and starring Hugh Jackman and Allison Janney, follows in the No. 2 spot.The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of December 31, 2020. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »

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通过分析已披露的情报,我们不难发现英雄联盟手游还是很在意端游的操作习惯的,并在此基础上进行了一定程度的优化与改善,例如天赋与装备系统的修改、UI的简化等操作。除了优化以外,英雄联盟端游的画面等美术风格也得以保留,仍然是记忆里的感觉。比如熟悉的战场布局,与端游如同复制粘贴的模型细节,再加上还有原汁原味的游戏配音,这样一来,我们端游的老玩家们,即便来到了手游这里,也不会有生疏感,能尽快找回端游的状态和感觉。官方非常重视游戏品质与玩家体验,这一点,从英雄联盟手游的种种细节可以看出。 Sonic the Hedgehog (2020) 63% Over the course of the past couple decades and change, movies based on video games have earned a reputation as subpar entertainment, to be generous. Critically speaking, things trended a bit upward in 2018 with Rampage (51%) and the Tomb Raider reboot (52%), and 2019 saw the genre s first two Fresh entries in Pokémon: Detective Pikachu (69%) and The Angry Birds Movie 2 (73%), which currently sit at #2 and #1, respectively, on our list of all video game movies ranked. With that context in mind, we come to 2020 and Sonic the Hedgehog, an animated/live-action hybrid adventure in which the titular Sega hero (voiced by Ben Schwartz) travels to Earth from his home planet, befriends a local sheriff (James Marsden), and attempts evade capture by the nefarious Dr. Robotnik (Jim Carrey), who hopes to harness Sonic s power for evil. The film endured a minor controversy when its first trailer premiered and longtime fans cried foul at Sonic s subtly creepy character design, but after the folks behind the film pushed its release date back and reworked the visuals, most moviegoers seemed optimistic. As it turns out, those moviegoers weren t entirely misguided, as critics say Sonic the Hedgehog is mostly wholesome family fun, with a lively performance from Carrey that harkens back to his 1990s heyday. The jokes may not all land, but there are a lot of them that come at you, and while the rest of the film largely caters to a younger audience, there s enough in there for adults to ensure a trip to the theater won t be entirely mind-numbing.

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45 Video Game Movies Ranked Worst to BestIt was in 1993 that Hollywood realized the dream of putting a video game movie up on the big screen with Super Mario Bros., and setting the stage for a long legacy of questionable choices, troubled productions, and gamers pixel tears left in their wake. But like the kid who just has to pump in one more quarter to reach for that high score, the studios keep on trying (while the fans just keep on hoping), and we re celebrating that sort of sheer tenacity with this guide to the best video game movies (and plenty of the worst) ranked by Tomatometer!Here, you will find the near-decent (Rampage, Resident Evil), the should ve-been-goods (Assassin s Creed, Warcraft), the ridiculous-but-we-love-thems (Mortal Kombat, Silent Hill), and the ones made by Uwe Boll, who deserves his own category (Alone in the Dark, House of the Dead). We re using a 20-review minimum cutoff for inclusion from theatrical releases only, because it s not just enough to make a questionable movie, critics need to witness the aftermath, too.And in May 2019, Detective Pikachu officially broke the video game curse! Fitting that Nintendo, whose Super Mario Bros. movie started all this trouble, would be the one to end it. And in another surprise 2019 development, the second Angry Birds movie has slingshot the naysayers by racking up plenty of critical praise, toppling Pikachu mere months after its release. Then in 2020, when it didn t seem it had a chili dog s chance in hell, Sonic the Hedgehog to general critics enthusiasm, marking three Fresh video game movies in two years. Monster Hunter at the end of 2020 didn t quite continue the streak. And now we ve added Mortal Kombat! See all the high scores (and lots and lots of the lows) with our guide to 45 video game movies, ranked worst to best!bob综合体育平台appThe year was 1999. The summer movie season was about to kick off with one of the most anticipated films of all time. This would be the year that would see the return of the greatest franchise in cinema histo

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n is the creator, writer, and executive producer of Loafy, an upcoming Comedy Central digital series about a manatee who runs a drug empire from his water tank at the Center Park Zoo. Moynihan will also voice the main character in the series, which will premiere in 2020 on all Comedy Central digital and social platforms.The Freeform cable network is developing a modern day spin on Dante Alighieri’s 14th-century epic poem Inferno, which will be set in Los Angeles and revolve around Grace Dante, a young woman with serious responsibilities – a drug addict mother and dependent brother – whose life suddenly starts improving … thanks to the devil. To outsmart him, Grace has to make her way through the underworld, i.e. present-day L.A. (THR)Disney+ has ordered 10 episodes of Becoming – a documentary series that breaks down the early years of celebrities – from producer LeBron James’s Springhill Entertainment. Nick Cannon, Lakers All-Star Anthony Davis, and WNBA All-Star and two-time Olympic gold medalist Candace Parker are among the celebrities who will be profiled.Netflix has ordered eight episodes of Heaven’s Forest, an animated drama with stories and characters inspired by the Indian mythology of Ramayana. Castlevania creator Warren Ellis will write and serve as an executive producer on the project. (Deadline)Sony Pictures Television is developing The Good Dish, a syndicated daytime series for 2020 hosted by Daphne Oz, Vanessa Williams, Gail Simmons, and Jamika Pessoa. The spin-off of The Dr. Oz Show began with cooking segments on that series (hosted by Oz’s husband Dr. Mehmet Oz), and will expand on the cooking segments with lifestyle, budget, and menu advice.Spectrum cable customers will be able to watch all new episodes of the Mad About You reboot on Nov. 20. Spectrum customers can watch all 164 episodes of the original Helen Hunt/Paul Reiser series on demand at Valderrama is producing The Trail, a drama CBS is developing about elite investigators who work for the U.S. National Park Service and solve high-profile cases at Yosemite National Park. (Deadline)Upcoming mobile video platform Quibi has announced a new celebrity gossip talk show called Potty Talk. The series, hosted by fashion designer Alexander Wang, will find the designer and a guest host interviewing their famous friends inside the bathrooms at various pop culture events.Quibi is also putting a new spin on the celebrity game show. Comedian Ron Funches will host Nice One!, in which comedians are pitted against each other and challenged to “out-compliment one another in a showdown of sweetness and consideration.” (Deadline)Lucifer will air its final season in two parts, each made up of eight episodes. Series star Tom Ellis announced the season 5 breakdown while he hosted a tour of the Lucifer set on The Kelly Clarkson Show.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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The Suicide Squad Cast Hails the "Genius" of James Gunn and Geeks Out Over King Shark and Polka-Dot Man Plus, the team behind the acclaimed DC film breaks down some of the movie's most epic scenes and talks about the wildest version of Harley Quinn we've seen on screen yet. by RT Staff | July 29, 2021 | Comments

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6.60.7 3月喜迎Those of you who have kids or younger siblings, or nieces and nephews are probably already familiar with the popular children s television series PAW Patrol, which centers on the adventures of a young boy named Ryder and his team of emergency rescue dogs. Well, now there s a movie for it, aptly titled PAW Patrol: The Movie, and frankly, we re a little surprised it took eight years for that to happen. In any case, if you need to keep the little ones entertained for an hour and half, this first film adaptation of the cartoon follows the PAW Patrol s efforts to stem the chaos that erupts when Mayor Humdinger takes over Adventure City. If that sounds about as standard as a children s movie plot can get, you may be surprised to learn that most of the critics who have seen it so far say it s actually surprisingly delightful. Sure, it s fairly straightforward in its messaging and there are moments when it s crystal clear who its target audience is, but it s also strangely refreshing to see kids entertainment this earnest and joyful. Catch this one in theaters or on Paramount+.
Alice Eve is a portrait of a lady playing with fire as married Susan Trenchard flirting with duplicitous bachelor John Bellasis (Adam James) in this exclusive look at the third episode of Belgravia. Julian Fellowes’ TV follow-up to Downton Abbey is based on his book of the same name about 19th century London society confronting the upward mobility of the nouveau riche.In episode 3, Reverend Stephen Bellasis (James Fleet) is forced to reveal the depths of his financial problems, causing his son John to set his manipulative sights on Charles Pope (newcomer Jack Bardoe) and Caroline, , Countess of Brockenhurst (Harriet Walter) as a way to make money; meanwhile, Susan isn’t shy about exploiting the Trenchards’ new social circle.About the show: Belgravia is a story of secrets and scandals amongst the upper echelon of London society in the 19th century. When the Trenchards accept an invitation to the now legendary ball hosted by the Duchess of Richmond on the fateful eve of the Battle of Waterloo, it sets in motion a series of events that will have consequences for decades to come as secrets unravel behind the porticoed doors of London s grandest neighborhoods.The limited series reunites Downton Abbey’s award-winning creative team; with Fellowes adapting his bestselling novel for the screen and Carnival’s Gareth Neame and Nigel Marchant executive producing alongside Liz Trubridge and Fellowes. John Alexander (Sense Sensibility, Trust Me) will direct all episodes with Colin Wratten (Killing Eve) producing.In addition to Eve (She’s Out Of My League), Walter (The Crown), Fleet (Four Weddings and a Funeral), James (Band of Brothers), and Bardoe (in his television debut), Belgravia’s cast includes Tamsin Greig (Episodes), Philip Glenister (Mad Dogs), Tara Fitzgerald (Game of Thrones), Ella Purnell (Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children), Richard Goulding (The Windsors),  Tom Wilkinson (Michael Clayton), Diana Hardcastle (Best Exotic Marigold Hotel), Paul Ritter (Chernobyl), and Saskia Reeves (Luther).Belgravia airs Sundays at 9/8c on Epix.

(Photo by Lionsgate/ courtesy Everett Collection)All Saw Movies, Ranked By Tomatometer Saw came, Saw conquered, Saw stuck around for a lot longer people were expecting. The franchise that popularized the torturous trend in mid-2000s horror arguably peaked early with critics: The original 2004 movie is half-appreciated for hardening the genre and for its infamous twist ending, and half-detested for its empty obsession with gristle, gore, and guts. But audiences lapped up the visceral thrills, and after the first sequel ramped up the pain and plot twists to box office highs, a franchise was born.With part III, the story went full Search for Spock and pulled off the Saw equivalent of blowing up the Enterprise: It killed off its main malevolent villain, Jigsaw. But ol Jiggy is nothing if not meticulous, and was able to continue his warped games of moral vengeance from beyond the grave (not to mention with continuing appearances from fan-favorite Tobin Bell) for several more sequels. But by the seventh Saw, the mythology had become too complicated and the grosses (the money kind) were trending downwards; Saw 3D was ordered to cram several movies worth of plot into one whip-lashing finale.After seven years, the series returned in 2017 with Jigsaw, which enjoyed a critical response that was about as sparkling as could be expected based on previous encounters. But the box office appeared encouraging enough to continue on for a ninth entry. Spiral: From the Book of Saw, a standalone entry starring Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson, is releasing after a yearlong delay caused by COVID. Before we see where Spiral places, we re ranking all Saw movies by Tomatometer!
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One of the most anticipated movies of 2020, and one of the few tentpole releases still opening this year, Christoper Nolan’s Tenet is… Christopher Nolan’s Tenet. That is to say, based on the mostly-positive first reviews of the sci-fi spy thriller, you know what you’re getting into, but also you have no idea. The movie, which stars John David Washington and Robert Pattinson, appears to be another difficult one to describe, plot-wise, in part because of spoilers, but it s also celebrated for its action and mind-blowing effects, even if you don’t care about any of the characters. And while some critics suggest the film needs to be seen on the big screen, we encourage you to check here for the latest information on how movie theaters are implementing new safety regulations in light of COVID-19.With that said, here’s what critics are saying about Tenet:How does it compare to the rest of Nolan s filmography?It’s one of his most daring sci-fi narratives yet, and the results are truly phenomenal.  Linda Marric, The Jewish ChronicleTenet exceeds our already sky-high expectations… It is undeniably the most audacious film of his career – which is saying something.  James Mottram, South China Morning PostTenet is as intricately and exquisitely designed as Nolan’s earlier work. It boasts some of the most spectacular, memorable set-pieces of his career.  Clarisse Loughrey, IndependentTenet is not Christopher Nolan’s masterpiece, but it is another thrilling entry into his canon.  Matt Purslow, IGNTenet is the first time I felt he gets too carried away with his own concept.  Casey Chong, Casey s Movie Mania(Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon/©2020 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)So what is it about, anyway?What’s narratively most interesting about it is strictly off-limits in any pre-screening discussion. Guy Lodge, VarietyWe’re not even sure we could spoil this one if we tried. Simon Miraudo, Student EdgeThe palindromic title has some narrative correlation — albeit in an exhausting, rather joyless way. Mike McCahill, IndieWireCan we expect another mind-bending delight?If Nolan s Inception baked your noodle, prepare for a whole new level of bewilderment. Andy Lea, Daily StarTenet will have you saying Wow, but also Huh?, Wha …? and WTF??!!! Radheyan Simonpillai, NOW TorontoTenet is not in itself that difficult to understand: It’s more convoluted than it is complex, wider than it is deep, and there’s more linearity to its form than you might guess. Guy Lodge, VarietyThe fun with Tenet lies not in trying to decipher the whats or the whys but in simply admiring the how. Adam Woodward, Little White LiesI watched the movie twice for this review, and still feel very confused about what is supposed to be going on and why. Leslie Felperin, Hollywood Reporter(Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon/©2020 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)Is it more about the visuals?Tenet frequently delivers mind-blowing moments that are unlike anything you ve seen (or even thought about) before. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyTenet is best approached as an experience to be felt rather than comprehensively understood. Sit back, relax and prepare to have your mind blown. James Mottram, South China Morning PostAn absolute treat as a Movie Event… Tenet’s deployment of stupefying practical special effects is pure wizardry. Shannon Conellan, MashableNolan’s commitment to shooting practically achieves an effect akin to first seeing the T-Rex stomp onscreen in Jurassic Park – it’s a film that shows you the impossible in a way that’s indistinguishable from reality. Jordan Farley, Total FilmTake away the time-bending gimmick, and Tenet is a series of timidly generic set pieces: heists, car chases, bomb disposals, more heists… but gosh, does he blow stuff up good. Jessica Kiang, New York TimesHow is the action?The action exceeds anything Nolan has ever done before. Radheyan Simonpillai, NOW TorontoThe sheer meticulousness of Nolan’s grand-canvas action aesthetic is enthralling, as if to compensate for the stray loose threads and teasing paradoxes of his screenplay — or perhaps simply to underline that they don’t matter all that much. Guy Lodge, VarietyIf Nolan has out-Nolaned himself, it’s in the action set-pieces which, despite being of head-scrambling technical intricacy, are sharper than Occam’s razor and carried off with astonishing economy. Adam Woodward, Little White LiesBig, bombastic and does everything with the most epic scale possible. It’s a lot like being punched in the face by Cinema™, in the best and worst ways. Tom Beasley, Flickering Myth(Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon/©2020 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)Are the stakes compelling?It’s the rare action film where the characters don’t just say the world will end if they fail in their mission – you feel it, too. Clarisse Loughrey, IndependentTenet’s stakes are too high, perhaps, to really have any emotional impact. Rosie Fletcher, Den of GeekWhat is the movie reminiscent of?Tenet revisits the terrain of 2000’s Memento with more money… yet plot-wise, Tenet has more in common with Minority Report. Mike McCahill, IndieWireTenet can feel like a 0 million remake of Primer, with a fiendishly brilliant but confounding narrative that practically demands one or two rewatches to fully appreciate the big picture. Jordan Farley, Total FilmIt may echo the cleverness of Rian Johnson’s Looper and Shane Carruth’s Primer in its dizzying disregard for linear chronology, but the plotting is muddled rather than complex. Nicholas Barber, The WrapIt’s reminiscent of Steven Knight’s Serenity influences range from La Jetée to From Russia With Love. Radheyan Simonpillai, NOW TorontoBut what does it really feel like?Nolan has made his own Bond film here, borrowing everything he likes about it, binning everything he doesn’t, then Nolaning it all up. Alex Godfrey, Empire MagazineThe fanciest James Bond romp you ever did see, complete with dizzy global location-hopping, car chases that slip and loop like spaghetti, and bespoke tailoring you actually want to reach into the screen and stroke. Guy Lodge, VarietyThis is absolutely Nolan delivering his James Bond movie, only Bond never had to deal with inverted bullets. Ian Sandwell, Digital Spy(Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon/©2020 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)How is the cast?David Washington is rock solid in the lead role… Robert Pattinson brings his A-game. Adam Woodward, Little White LiesRobert Pattinson puts in a truly electrifying turn. Linda Marric, The Jewish ChronicleOnly Elizabeth Debicki and Kenneth Branagh made quite an impression in their respective roles. Casey Chong, Casey s Movie ManiaBranagh is unexpectedly fearsome. Clarisse Loughrey, IndependentBut do we care about their characters enough?Though leads John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, and Elizabeth Debicki bring a level of solid integrity to their characters while wrapped up in flawless costumes, we’re left without any idea of who they actually are. Shannon Conellan, MashableTenet suggests Nolan no longer has any interest in human beings beyond assets on a poster or dots on a diagram. Simon Miraudo, Student EdgeTenet is by no means a movie about race. But Washington does appear to lean into what his race brings to the role. Radheyan Simonpillai, NOW TorontoWhat are the movie s biggest issues?Tenet’s coldness is what keeps it just short of greatness… the viewer’s investment is purely intellectual. Laura Potier, Starburst[It] feels strangely hollow and coldly detached. So detached to the point that Nolan’s otherwise great acting ensemble fails to connect emotionally. Casey Chong, Casey s Movie ManiaIt’s hard to work out what’s happening. It’s harder still to care. Donald Clarke, Irish TimesFor a film which prides itself on its innovative outlook, its portrayal of gender roles can feel surprisingly old-fashioned. Linda Marric, The Jewish ChronicleRyan FujitaniDo we need to see it in a theater (if we can)?This is certainly the biggest bang for your buck of the year so far. See it on the biggest screen you can with the very best sound system. Rosie Fletcher, Den of GeekViewed solely from its technical point-of-view… This is a must-see on the biggest screen possible. Casey Chong, Casey s Movie ManiaIt’s best experienced in a huge, dark room. Matt Purslow, IGNDemands to be seen in a cinema, and on the biggest possible screen… But Tenet will later thrive in home viewing formats, giving viewers the chance to pause and go back over tricky passages. Jonathan Romney, Los Angeles Times[Note: Information on movie theater safety precautions can be found here.]Tenet will debut in several global markets on August 26-28 and open in limited theaters in the U.S. on September 3 before expanding wider around the world.


bob综合体育平台app Rotten Tomatoes Users Vote 'The Joker' the Most Memorable Movie Moment of the Last 21 Years The Dark Knight takes home the crown, with Infinity War, Sixth Sense, Up, and Moonlight following. by RT Staff | August 19, 2019 | Comments

it s just the two of us who write this, so it s just harder.SPOILER ALERT: For those who haven’t watched every episode of the final season of Catastrophe, the following may include spoilers.There s something to be said for being able to kind of give closure. I was very impressed at how much closure there was in your six short episodes. Was that an important factor to you as well; just being able to tie up enough loose ends that it felt satisfying?Delaney: We didn t necessarily want to think in terms of story closure, but like feelings closure, I guess.Horgan: Yeah.Delaney: We wanted you to really know that they were in love. We wanted you to really know that they were committed to each other come hell or high water, no pun intended. So that was the important thing, because really did Sharon and Rob have closure? I d say they kind of have the opposite. But more important than that, you know the way that they approach problems. You know the sort of tools that they have to bring to bear on certain things, which I think is more important. So you don t know what s going to happen with them, but you know that they re going to do it together, and that s kind of what we wanted to say, you know.The finale ended with this obviously huge loss, but also this kind of new beginning, so it s definitely very bittersweet and still hopeful about life, their life together. I don t know if you have any thoughts on that.Delaney: You know what I m just realizing is, as a rule, Shakespeare comedies end with a marriage and the promise of new life, and then the tragedies end with a death. But ours ended with both, so basically Shakespeare can f off.Horgan: It s also really interesting that I would say maybe every second interview we ve done today has had a different interpretation of — or takeaway may be the word, of that last — of that final episode and especially the final scene. A bunch of people find it very hopeful and up, and then a whole other bunch of people just find it —Delaney: The dread?Horgan: Yeah, yeah.Delaney: Foreboding?Horgan: Foreboding, that was it.That clearly says a lot more about the viewer, yes?Delaney: I know. Yeah.Horgan: Yeah.Delaney: Well, you know the old comedy rule: “Leave them with a sense of foreboding.”This article is now going to be rules of writing from you guys, subtitled F Off, Shakespeare. The finale was also a lovely tribute to Carrie Fisher, and I want to know the importance of getting something like that in these final episodes as well.Horgan: It was really important. It was probably one of the things we spent the most time thinking about and talking about and trying to figure out how we were going to do it in a way that was satisfying story-wise and for the character and for the show, but also in a way that felt like the best possible tribute and sort of loving good-bye to our friend. So yeah, it took a while to figure out, but I hope that people who are fans of the show, but equally fans of Carrie Fisher, feel like we did the best job we could. We said goodbye to her in a way that, I think, you sort of feel her presence a little bit in the eulogy and how she s talked about and remembered.Yes, absolutely. Looking back on this show, is there anything that you re most proud of or just a funny moment that still tickles you when you think about it?Delaney: I mean, for me, “most proud of” is kind of the whole scope of the show in that I do feel like it is a real testament to love in a relationship. The story of Sharon and Rob in the beginning and in the end is a love story, and the fact that they weather all these challenges together; to me, that we said and expressed our sort of one-sentence pitch for the show really makes me happy.Horgan: Mm-hmm. The thing that I was just lying here and thinking about it, the thing that just made me laugh right now, is thinking of the scene in season 3, where an old man tells Rob he s going to kick a cupcake up his pussy. [Delaney laughs.] That is genuinely, I think, one of my funniest — there s so many funny moments, and Mark constantly makes me laugh, but when it s the two of us together, I feel happiest, you know?Delaney: Mm-hmm.Horgan: And the two of us just trying to win an old man around and failing. That definitely is just one of my favorite scenes ever. [To Delaney, who is laughing] “Why are you looking at me?”Delaney: Oh, I m happy.Horgan: No, no, when he said —Delaney: Oh, he said that. Yeah. You re quoting my favorite show again. [Both laugh.]Horgan: So, sorry.I love that you re still making each other laugh. I feel like that s the best sign of a good creative partnership. So now what s next for both of you? Is there anything in the pipeline? Do you have thoughts to collaborate again in the future?Horgan: Yeah, hopefully at some point. We had a lovely fun time writing together, and he also makes me write better, so that s a good, nice thing. Pipeline stuff? Yeah, there s a bunch of things going on.Delaney: We re acting in other people s stuff.Horgan: I sort of am developing some stuff, and some shows have come out that some other clever people made instead of me.Delaney: I m doing stand-up around the UK, and I thought today that I should also come back to America and do stand-up. So I m constantly doing that as well, in clubs and theaters around the UK.It s rare when people get to kind of bring something to its natural conclusion in this industry, and I feel like you can really feel it when you watch it, that you did have that time to do that, and that s really nice. Horgan: Thank you.Delaney: Yeah, we are lucky for that. And you know what? If you wouldn t mind maybe opening up the server or whatever and checking out — seeing why we don t have a 100 for the fourth season. It s probably some sort of mistake.Horgan: Yeah, that would be great.Delaney: We would be grateful.Well, actually you can take it up with John Boland from the Irish Independent.Horgan: That f er. Who is he? John Boland.Delaney: Yeah.Horgan: From the Irish Independent.Delaney: I m staking a claim. Yeah, well, he showed us. That s why we can t make the show anymore because of him. The f er.Thank you so much, guys.Horgan: I m just going to read all of John Boland s reviews now and see what kind of a writer he is.Delaney: Maybe I ll review him.Horgan: Yeah!Catastrophe season 4 is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. (Photo by HBO)One of the top-scoring series of the past year, Coel’s remarkable look at the trauma of sexual assault was lauded as a favorite for nomination in the categories of Best Performance By An Actress In A Limited Series, Anthology Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television and Best Television Limited Series, Anthology Series or Motion Picture Made for Television — the actress-director for her role perhaps more so than the series overall. The Certified Fresh series, which currently has a 98% score on the Tomatometer, lost its spot to fellow HBO limited series The Undoing, which is Certified Fresh at 78%. Not that the nominations of The Undoing and its star Nicole Kidman were exactly a surprise, but Coel’s achievement with I May Destroy You was infinitely more deserving.SURPRISE: Bryan Cranston and Jeff Daniels for Limited Series Best Actor(Photo by Skip Bolen/Showtime)On one hand, it s no surprise that the HFPA likes to honor actors they ve recognized before, and Cranston (Your Honor) and Daniels (The Comey Rule) certainly fit the bill. This is Cranston s eighth nod (with one win) and Daniels fifth. But on the other hand, the shows they re being recognized for aren t necessarily the most critically hailed projects either has been in. Your Honor is Rotten at 44%, and miniseries The Comey Rule is Fresh at just 68%, missing the bar set for Certified Fresh designation. Cranston and Daniels are both masters of their craft, of course, but were they the best of this particular year? Normal People’s Paul Mescal and Fargo’s Chris Rock are right there, people.SNUB:



bob综合体育平台app Best-Reviewed New TV Shows 2018The cream of the 2018 s freshman TV crop runs the gamut from dark comedies to slice-of-life docuseries, from slow-burn murder-mysteries to cat-and-mouse spy stories and on. The year s top shows feature film superstars (Julia Roberts, Amy Adams, Hugh Grant), groundbreaking casts (see: Vida s Latinx representation and the largest-ever group of trans actors as series regulars on Pose), and award-winning performances (Bill Hader and Henry Winkler s Emmy-winning turns in Barry and Golden Globe–winning leading lady Sandra Oh in Killing Eve). In the end, Amazon series Homecoming, from Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail, topped them all.The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of December 31, 2018. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »

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