bobapp官方下载地址采用百度引擎7（Baidu 9）in the film, is also a priest, and a lot smarter than I am. She told me what my movie’s actually about. She said, There’s less and less room for the uncontrollable in modern life. More and more is scaled or measured. Being inspired or getting an idea, are examples. And I said, What’s so special about getting an idea? She said, Well, it’s something you get. It’s not something you buy or prepare. You get it from somewhere. Another great example she gave me is falling in love. You fall, you “lose control,” and you meet something grand. If you’re a young person, you have to appear on social media 40 times a day and you’re being graded all the time. When I walk around, my phone counts the number of steps I take. So much in our lives is measured and controlled. So, if this movie is anything, it’s a fight for the uncontrollable, for letting go. And one of the reasons it might land pretty well right now is because it talks to a very confined, problematic world where people have to stay home and behave rationally. Not only are we in a very measured society, but on top of that, we’re isolated. And there’s, I guess, a sort of need for dancing in the streets and embracing each other and whatever else those crazy drunk Danes do.Finally, what s on your Indie Fresh List?Vinterberg: I’m a member of the Academy, so of course I’ve seen the international contenders, and find many of them extremely good. The Father from the main section moved me a lot, and Sofia Coppola’s On the Rocks definitely did, too.Streaming now on Hulu and available on VOD.
疾风知劲草，马上骋风流，本次更新还将开启迅雷玩法的后两个阶段，迅雷玩法是考验玩家“御马”之术的手游独创副本玩法，其属于单人、PvE模式作战。 Following the success of Creed, the next sequel in the long-running Rocky franchise is exceeding a lot of critics’ low expectations. While the ultimate decision of its merits is mostly mixed as far as whether it’s a good or bad movie, Creed II is a satisfying follow-up to not just the previous installment, according to the initial reviews, but also 1985’s Rocky IV, mainly thanks to the cast and character development, as well as the comfort of what fans want from this series.Here’s what the first wave of critics are saying about Creed II:Is it a worthy successor to Creed?Taken on its own terms, the movie is a rousing and effective sequel. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyGiven the never-ending production line of lazy inferior sequels, it’s such a joy to encounter one that feels necessary. Benjamin Lee, Guardian[It] impressively re-creates the chief source of that movie’s delight: a group of characters who…were a warm, easygoing pleasure to spend time with. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesIt s not quite as smart as Creed, or quite as beautiful, and it doesn t have as much depth or nuance or texture. But it s got enough to deliver something satisfying and sweet. Angie Han, MashableWhat about Rocky IV?Creed II is a direct spiritual sequel to Rocky IV. And, dammit, they pulled it off. Mike Ryan, UproxxThankfully, Ivan and Viktor are way more fleshed out than any of the Russians were in Rocky IV. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushRefreshingly, the Dragos are not portrayed as cartoon villains…it’s almost more difficult to sympathize with Adonis Creed himself. Don Kaye, Den of GeekThe adversaries remain such a huge part of the story that one wonders if they’re being set up for a spinoff. Karen Han, Polygon(Photo by Barry Wetcher/MGM)But is it simply more of the same?The movie feels less interested in creatively disrupting Rocky lore than repeating it. Gary Thompson, Philadelphia InquirerThis is familiar stuff, but Creed II works overtime to create the tangible suspense that the worst possible outcome might actually come to pass. Eric Kohn, IndieWireAgreeably paint-by-numbers…Sometimes the familiarity that comes with a sequel — especially with good actors — can be a blessing in short-handing a dramatic tone. Robert Abele, The WrapIt’s comforting to remember that sameness is one of the reasons we go to a boxing picture in the first place. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesHow are the fights?Creed II is visceral and grueling in the ring. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistWhile the fights remain undeniably involving, there’s a dazzle missing and nothing wows with quite the same impact. Benjamin Lee, GuardianThe fights between Drago and Donnie are solid, but nothing like the exceptional, unforgettable ones in the last movie. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushThe fights fall curiously flat. There’s no coherent sense of movement. Karen Han, PolygonIs Ryan Coogler sorely missed as director, then?While [Steven] Caple Jr. has a good sense of storytelling and filmmaking style…there’s nothing on the level of, say, the original’s single-shot fight scene. David Fear, Rolling StoneCaple took on an even riskier assignment by doing the sequel. Thankfully he succeeded and did it by focusing on the characters and not the legend of the IP. Jason Guerrasio, Business InsiderCaple maintains [the previous] film’s grounded approach, but he uses more traditional signifiers of grit…and less of Coogler’s thrilling showmanship. Jesse Hassenger, AV Club(Photo by Barry Wetcher/MGM )What are Stallone s Oscar chances this time?Oscar-nominated for his somewhat revelatory performance last time, Stallone is equally impressive here. Benjamin Lee, GuardianStallone is in fine form here but, even more than he did in the first Creed, cedes the spotlight to his costar. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesStallone, robbed of a Best Supporting Actor Oscar, has turned his iconic character into a grizzled Yoda. Mara Reinstein, US WeeklyHow is Michael B. Jordan?[He] delivers a performance that shows why he s a movie star. His charisma matched with his talent is a total package that any franchise dreams of. Jason Guerrasio, Business InsiderJordan holds the screen with his intensity and vulnerability — a winning one-two combination. Rafer Guzman, Newsday[Not] Jordan’s finest two hours…these addled states seem to make not only his character but the actor himself clam up and seem uncommunicative and confused. Todd McCarthy, Hollywood Reporter(Photo by Barry Wetcher/MGM)What about Tessa Thompson?[She’s] granite-solid as always. David Fear, Rolling StoneTessa Thompson proves that she’s not here to just play supportive eye-candy. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistAs a performer, Thompson is just so magnetic; it’s frustrating that she doesn’t get a bit more to do. Benjamin Lee, GuardianSadly, Tessa Thompson s Bianca, such a vital presence in the first film, has lost most of her spunky charm. Todd McCarthy, Hollywood ReporterIs their chemistry still strong?Jordan and Thompson remain a potent combination of strength and vulnerability. Jesse Hassenger, AV ClubThere’s a genuine, palpable connection between the two, strong enough for the film to revolve entirely around their romance. Benjamin Lee, GuardianThompson and Jordan share an effortless, persuasively prickly chemistry. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesDespite Jordan’s and Thompson’s best efforts, the film sags when it’s out of the ring. Karen Han, PolygonAre there any major problems?Creed II offers zero surprises, give or take an amazing cameo. Mara Reinstein, US WeeklyIt never quite comes up with a new character or situation that attains an iconic status all its own. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyThe biggest issue is that the movie’s narrative seems perfunctory and Adonis Creed’s motivations fuzzy. Don Kaye, Den of GeekAt the core of Creed II’s problems is that its premise diminishes its hero. Sam Adams, SlateCreed II opens everywhere on November 21. Read all the reviews for it here.
History was made Tuesday morning, with Black Panther becoming the first ever superhero movie to earn a Best Picture Oscar nomination. But that wasn t the only big/shocking/delightful news of the morning, depending on your perspective. Academy voters proved once again they still have the capacity to deliver a bombshell or two, serving out snubs and surprises in nearly every category – bestowing love on some films we never saw coming (hello, Buster Scruggs) while ignoring other movies that were considered sure things as late in the game as Monday afternoon. Here s our breakdown of the biggest snubs and surprises of the 2019 Oscar Nominations.SNUB: A Star Is Born (2018) 90% Nominated for Eight Awards, But Bradley Cooper Misses Out for Director(Photo by @ Warner Bros. Pictures)A Star Is Born earned plenty of love from the Academy on Tuesday, but Bradley Cooper missed out on a nomination for Best Director. That category was one of the morning s most surprising, with Yorgos Lanthimos (The Favourite) and Pawel Pawlikowski (Cold War) getting in ahead of Cooper and Ryan Coogler. (More on Pawlikowski below.) Don t cry too hard for Cooper, though: He is individually nominated for Best Actor, Best Adapted Screenplay, and for Best Song.SURPRISE: Black Panther (2018) 96% Becomes First Superhero Movie Ever to be Nominated for Best Picture(Photo by © Marvel / © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)It was not totally unexpected, but it was never a sure thing either: This morning, Marvel Studios’ Black Panther became the first ever superhero movie to be nominated for Best Picture. The timing is auspicious, with the announcement coming 10 years after The Dark Knight was snubbed in the category, a move that prompted the Academy to widen its Best Picture nominations pool to a potential 10 movies. The movie scored a total of seven nominations, but failed to land a nomination for Best Director for Ryan Coogler. The film also failed to score a nomination for Best Visual Effects, where Christopher Robin scored a surprise nod.SURPRISE AND SNUB: Willem Dafoe Beats Out Ethan Hawke for Best Actor Nomination(Photo by @ A24)For those of us at RT HQ, this one hurt. Ethan Hawke was never a lock for a Best Actor nomination for his incredible portrayal of a priest in crisis in First Reformed, but there was always a chance. He had done well with critics’ groups, and his performance was that good. But our hopes were dashed Tuesday morning when his name wasn’t called. His snub did allow for one of the bigger surprises of the nominations: Willem Dafoe picking up a nomination for his role as artist Vincent van Gogh in Julian Schnabel’s At Eternity’s Gate. (If there was going to be a surprise, we thought it might come in the form of BlacKkKlansman s John David Washington, whose co-star Adam Driver did get a nomination for Best Supporting actor.)SNUB: Eighth Grade (2018) 99% And Crazy Rich Asians (2018) 90% Land Zero Nominations(Photo by @ A24)No original screenplay nomination for Eighth Grade writer-director Bo Burnham. No Best Actress nomination for Elsie Fisher. Nada. Many probably saw this coming, though. The film is high up on our Awards Leaderboard, but many of its awards have been for first-time directing or breakthrough performance, categories that have no equivalents at the Oscars. Still, it was a surprise to see the 99% Certified Fresh film get zero love on Tuesday morning. Meanwhile, Crazy Rich Asians, an outside chance at Best Supporting Actress and Best Adapted Screenplay, also failed to make the grade.SURPRISE: Marina de Tavira Is Nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Roma (2018) 96%(Photo by Carlos Somonte / © Netflix / courtesy Everett Collection)The open fifth slot in the Best Supporting Actress category – Amy Adams, Regina King, Emma Stone, and Rachel Weisz were all considered locks – always had the potential to surprise. Many were expecting Emily Blunt to squeeze in for A Quiet Place or Claire Foy to be recognized for First Man; few were expecting Roma’s Marina de Tavira to edge both actresses out. In the film, De Tavira plays Señora Sofia, whose complex relationship with her house keeper centers the film – and who has some memorable scrapes in the family car.SNUB: Timothée Chalamet Gets No Love for Beautiful Boy (2018) 67%(Photo by @ Amazon Studios)Though the film didn’t exactly light up the Tomatometer, critics agreed that Timothée Chalamet’s performance as a young man struggling with addiction in Beautiful Boy was something of a revelation; for the “diner scene” alone many thought he was a shoe-in for a Best Supporting Actor nomination. In the end, Academy voters went with Sam Rockwell and his portrayal of former president George W. Bush in Adam McKay’s Vice. Rockwell won the category last year for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.SURPRISE: Coen Bros.’ The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (2018) 89% Lands Three Nominations(Photo by © Netflix / courtesy Everett Collection)We’ll be honest, we had not predicted a single nomination for the Coen Bros.’ episodic Netflix Western. And yet the film managed to score noms for Best Original Screenplay, Best Costume Design, and for Best Song for perhaps the most Western-sounding ditty ever written, “When a Cowboy Trades His Spurs for Wings.” The film sits Certified Fresh at 92% on the Tomatometer.SNUB: Justin Hurwitz Loses Out on Best Score Nomination for First Man (2018) 87%(Photo by @ Universal Pictures)Frequent Damien Chazelle collaborator Justin Hurwitz may have won the Golden Globe for Best Original score just weeks ago, but his work went unrecognized by the Academy Tuesday morning. Marco Beltrami, who was also up for a Golden Globe for his score for A Quiet Place, also failed to make the Oscar cut. Instead, If Beale Street Could Talk composer Nicholas Britell and BlacKkKlansman’s Terence Blanchard joined Golden Globe nominees Alexandre Desplat (Isle of Dogs), Ludwig Goransson (Black Panther), and Marc Shaiman (Mary Poppins Returns) in the Oscars category.SURPRISE: Germany’s Never Look Away (2018) 77% Beats Out South Korea’s Burning (2018) 95% for a Foreign Language Slot(Photo by Caleb Deschanel / © Sony Picture Classes )Director Chang-Dong Lee’s Burning is one of 2018’s most acclaimed films, Certified Fresh at 95%, and has been generating buzz on the festival circuit for months (many even hoped for a surprise Best Supporting Actor nomination for Steven Yeun). On Tuesday morning, though, Lee’s film missed out on a slot in the Best Foreign Language Film category, with director Florian Henckel von Donnersmark’s Never Look Away, representing Germany, sneaking in as a surprise contender. Never Look Away, which sits at 81% on the Tomatometer, is a sweeping epic that tracks 30 years of the life of a great artist who is loosely based on German abstract artist Gerhard Richter; the movie also surprised in the Best Cinematography category, picking up a nomination for Caleb Deschanel’s work.SURPRISE: First-time actress Yalitza Aparicio Becomes Second Mexican Woman to be Nominated for Best Actress(Photo by @ Netflix)The Cinderella story continues for Roma star Yalitza Aparicio, who this morning became just the second Mexican woman ever to be nominated for Best Actress (Selma Hayek was the first, nominated for 2002 s Frida). Aparicio got the coveted fifth slot in the Best Actress category over some tough competition, including Emily Blunt and Nicole Kidman, who were both snubbed for their work in Mary Poppins Returns and Destroyer respectively.
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This holiday season, Netflix introduces us to a new Christmas Scrooge-ish tale with a twist: It comes with 14 original songs by Dolly Parton, who also co-stars. The Scrooge in question in Christmas On the Square is Christine Baranski’s Regina Fuller, a wealthy property owner with pre-Christmas evictions on her mind; up against a town-full of charming folk and the power of music, will she soften? Ahead of the movie’s release on the streaming platform, Rotten Tomatoes correspondent Naz Perez spoke with Parton, Baranski, co-stars Jenifer Lewis and Jeanine Mason, and director Debbie Allen about what makes this festive film stand out, working with country music’s biggest star, and what they’re hopeful for this holiday season.Christmas on the Square is available on Netflix from November 22, 2020On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
This week s TV news brings updates on highly anticipated sci-fi series, Lifetime movies, prestige dramas, and more.Harley Quinn Star Kaley Cuoco Explains the Series Blurred Line DC Universe s upcoming animated series Harley Quinn, about the character introduced in the animated Batman series, is decidedly not for kids. There are plenty of f-bombs dropped by the characters, but there is one particular word that gets bleeped instead. In a show that is packed to the gills with foul language, said executive producer Patrick Schumacker, we wanted to — well, I mean, here’s what I will say: That episode involves a certain villain, voiced by Tony Hale, who is ousted from the Legion of Doom, because using the C-word is not their brand of evil. And so we wanted to make sure that everyone was aware that that is the one word — well, there are probably other words that we should bleep out as well, but we haven’t incorporated those in. Added star Kaley Cuoco, who voices the titular character, That’s the one. It’s a really blurred line. The character s back story includes an abusive, dysfunctional relationship with the Joker, which executive producer Justin Halpern said will be explored in the animated series. That is something that we felt we needed to address in the show, he said. The idea was that we’ve all been in relationships with someone that we felt maybe wasn’t right for us all the way to someone that was toxic for us, and how you extricate yourself from that is really what this show’s about. How do you get out of that kind of relationship and then figure out, what am I gonna do now that I’m out of it? What do I want? I’ve been living somebody else’s life for a really long time. And so that is something we really wanted to tackle. We didn’t want to shy away from it. His Dark Materials Will Bring One Book Per Season to TVHBO s series adaptation of Philip Pullman s His Dark Materials novels is designed essentially as a trilogy, writer Jack Thorne told reporters at the 2019 Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills, with the story of one book being told per season. Largely, it’s one book per season, he said. There are a few treats I’ve stolen from future books that I’ve tried to infuse this season with — to give that away would be to give away some quite big secrets, so I can’t quite do that here. But the whole thing was looking at the whole story, three books, and going, How did Philip think of them like this? And how can we celebrate them in the best possible way? And sometimes, that celebration involved moving certain elements forward. Ultimately, though, Thorne and executive producer Jane Tranter wanted to stay as faithful as possible to the book series. Sometimes when you’re doing an adaptation of things, there’s a moment when you kind of feel like you know everything there is to know, Thorne said. With Philip, you never can. And we had him on our shoulder all the way through to sort of guide us through that. But, you know, it’s a very, very challenging show to write. And but also a glorious show to write. HBO Addresses Big Little Lies Season 2 DramaAfter an explosive story about behind-the-scenes drama on Big Little Lies, HBO is backing the series creative team. An expose in IndieWire accused the series of wrestling creative control from season 2 director Andrea Arnold, instead giving editing duties back to season 1 director and executive producer Jean-Marc Vallee and cutting her out of the process. But HBO boss Casey Bloys told reporters this week that the story was untrue. There wouldn t be a second season of Big Little Lies without Andrea. We re indebted to her, he said, but as anybody who works in television knows, the director typically doesn t have final creative control so the idea that creative control was taken from her is a false premise. Bloys said that Arnold turned in director s cuts for all seven of her episodes, after which showrunner David E. Kelley and the entire producing team — Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon included — asked Vallee and his team to come in and hone the installments after. It s not unusual at all to ask an executive producer to come in and hone the episodes, Bloys said, adding, I would be hard-pressed to point to any show that airs a director s cut as its episode. How Does The Terror: Infamy Tie Into Season 1?The first season of AMC s The Terror was based on a thousand-page novel. But season 2 of the now-anthology series, The Terror: Infamy, has its very own mystery. The DNA we share with season 1 of The Terror is that it’s an historical story told with a genre of vocabulary, and in both cases it’s about a group of people who are in a place where they are not welcome, and where the human terror is as palpable as the supernatural terror, showrunner Alexander Woo told reporters at TCA summer press tour. But from the beginning the strategy was to use the horror of Japanese kaidan, or ghost stories, and the Japanese horror movies that are descended from it as an analog for the terror of the historical experience, so you really feel like what it’s like to be in the skin of these characters. Added star Derek Mio, I think what’s great about our season that expands upon the first season is the monster in our season has her own story, back-story and motivations, and that just adds a whole other layer to it. It’s as if the tuunbaq had its own origin story. Why Mr. Mercedes Skipped Over Book 2 in Stephen King s SeriesAT T Audience Network s Mr. Mercedes is based on Stephen King s Bill Hodges trilogy, but the second season skipped over the second book in the series. Now, with season 3, it s circling back to the Finders Keepers story. At the end of season one, because the focus of the show was this love/hate affair between Brady Hartsfield and Bill Hodges, and because of the condition we left our hero villain, played by Harry Treadaway — almost comatose after his head was bashed in — we had to figure out a way to have him in the show in an active way, explained executive producer Jack Bender. And we all — the writers, myself, all of us — came up with a version that wasn’t going to be this Finders Keepers, and we knew we were going to have to put that off and found a way to make that the focus of season 3. I’m very proud of our show every season, but I believe is our strongest season. Marvel Reveals Disney+ Premiere Dates(Photo by Marvel Studios)While the Marvel panel at San Diego Comic-Con this year was packed with plenty of movie news, the company also teased the MCU s latest TV offerings. The first to hit the streaming service, which launches on November 12, is The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, starring Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan in the titles roles, respectively. The series will also star Daniel Brühl, reprising his role as Captain America: Civil War’s Baron Zemo.The next two series will debut in spring 2021: Tom Hiddleston in Loki and Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany in WandaVision, which will also star Teyonah Parris as the grown-up Monica Rambeau and will tie into the second Doctor Strange film.The animated What If ? is next, bowing in summer 2021, and Jeremy Renner s Hawkeye will premiere in the fall of that year.READ MORE: Comic-Con 2019: Everything We Learned from Marvel’s Phase Four PresentationFelicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin Scandal Is Becoming a Lifetime Movie(Photo by Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images; Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)Lifetime is working on a ripped-from-the-headlines movie about the college admissions scandal that has embroiled actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman. The official synopsis: College Admissions Scandal will follow two wealthy mothers who share an obsession with getting their teenagers into the best possible college. When charismatic college admissions consultant Rick Singer offers a side door into the prestigious institutions of their dreams, they willingly partake with visions of coveted acceptance letters in their heads. But when Singer cooperates with the FBI and pleads guilty, the mothers who risked everything for their kids, must face the consequences of their crimes and the loss of trust and respect from their families. Quibi s Newest Series: Pasta, Tiny Food, and WineThe latest series ordered by short-form streaming service Quibi include Chef Evan Funke s eight-part docuseries Shape of Pasta, about the living history of Italian pasta-making, a miniature food competition called The Biggest Little Cook-Off, where two top chefs will compete to make the perfect single bite of food, and Winos, a comedy created by and starring Thomas Lennon about a failed Silicon Valley entrepreneur who tries to turn around a failing vineyard.Casting Update: Homecoming s New Lead and More(Photo by Tsuni/Everett Collection)Janelle Monáe will headline the second season of Amazon Prime Video s Homecoming as a tenacious woman who finds herself floating in a canoe, with no memory of how she got there — or even who she is, according to TVLine. Season 1 star Julia Roberts will retain her off-screen role as executive producer and creator Sam Esmail will return to run the second season.FX has ordered a new drama starring Jeff Bridges called The Old Man. Based on the bestselling novel of the same name, the series pilot begins filming in the fall. The actor will play a retired CIA officer who must contend with his past.Xosha Roquemore and Alano Miller will star in the first season of Ava DuVernay s romance anthology Cherish the Day. They ll play a couple who meet and fall in love in Los Angeles, and the series will chronicle the stirring romance of one couple, with each episode spanning a single day. The season-long narrative will unfold to reveal significant moments in a relationship that compel us to hold true to the ones we love, from the extraordinary to the everyday. Development Update: Alicia Keys Musical, New Graphic Novel Adaptation(Photo by Tsuni/Everett Collection)According to Deadline, Lost s Carlton Cuse and Wonder Woman s Jason Fuchs are developing a TV series based on Douglas Adams comedy sci-fi novel The Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy for Hulu.Showtime has ordered a musical drama series from Alicia Keys and Dear Evan Hansen s Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. The series will tell a multi-generational story set in both modern-day and 1959 Detroit surrounding a young musician who moves back to her childhood home.AMC is adapting graphic novel Farmland, about a Southern farmer who harvests human organs.USA Network s newest reality series, Cannonball, will pit 16 contestants against each other in a water-based competition that will include four rounds of physical challenges, from the Mega-Ramp to the Drop Tower and more.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.