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September starts off with a bang on Disney+ as the studio s long-awaited live-action adaptation of Mulan finally hits screens — but only if users pay an extra .99 for Premier Access to the film.Other projects hitting the streaming service include alien-hosted late-night talk show Earth to Ned and the Disney Channel Original Movie Secret Society of Second-Born Royals.Films headed to the service include Christopher Robin, starring Ewan McGregor and Winnie the Pooh; both Mighty Ducks sequels D2 and D3; The Wolverine; and Ever After. Plus, all seven seasons of the ABC fairy tale series Once Upon a Time will finally be available as well.Find out what else the family-friendly streaming service offers in the month, starting with our top picks.Read also: Best Movies on Disney+ To Watch Right NowDisney+ Shows and Movies, Ranked by Tomatometer 《哈利波特》手游上线以后,玩家反应可谓是两极分化严重:部分玩家觉得挺还原的,有意思,另外一些玩家则觉得偏离原著太多,又肝又氪,玩一会儿就删除了。要是放在Steam平台上,跑不了是一个黄字的“褒贬不一”评价。

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1.27.9 8月喜迎As more and more people are compelled to practice social distancing and encouraged to stay home, as movie theaters temporarily shutter their doors, and as studios continue to pull their scheduled 2020 films off the release calendar, we ve decided to reformat the Critics Consensus column to focus on titles that are newly available on the home entertainment market. With that in mind, our list of digital and streming new releases this week includes a political satire written and directed by Jon Stewart, a big man/little girl comedy, and a musical spoof. See below for details.

When you re a kid, every movie is a transporting experience, like peeking in a keyhole to some new reality beyond. You feel the fun, the joy, the wonder. And sometimes the shattering terror. The monsters you had imagined creeping the corners of your mind or darkened bedrooms prowled in full horror on the screen. The awful, awe-inspiring power of witnessing something frightening can reverberate for decades. So in the spirit of Halloween, we asked 12 Tomatometer-approved critics to tell us about the movie scenes they watched as children that scarred them for life. Here are their answers.What movie scenes scared the s t out of you as a kid? Tell us in the comments. Stranger in the House (1974) 71%(Photo by Warner Bros.)The scene: The killer gives our final girl the evil eyeThe scare: The climactic scare in this groundbreaking slasher is really the culmination of a series of scares that assault the senses, beginning with the panicky moment when the police call college student Jess to reveal that the shrieking, barely human obscene phone calls to her sorority house have been COMING FROM INSIDE THE HOUSE! Then, there’s her nerve-wracking decision to employ “horror victim logic” and venture upstairs to check on her sleeping (read: dead) friends rather than heading out the front door. And when she enters the bedroom to find her deceased sorority sisters, the sight of the killer’s rabid, maniacal eyeball peering through the crack in the door as he whispers to her “Don’t you tell what we did!” is the stuff of nightmares. This was one of the first horror movies that drew me into the genre as a kid and made me appreciate the power of fright, and after seeing it, I understood why people would want to dream of a white Christmas. Mark H. Harris, BlackHorrorMovies.comE.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) 98%(Photo by Universal)The scene: E.T. is dyingThe scare: Easily the most horrific visual I ve had seared into my brain involves E.T. when he s sick. He s scary enough as-is, and once his skin turns papery white and blotchy, he looks like a diseased liver stretched over a child-sized nightmare. I ll take Sadako, It, or Chucky over E.T. any day, yikes. Li Lai, Mediaversity ReviewsThe Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005) 44%(Photo by Screen Gems/courtesy Everett Collection)The scene: In the barnThe scare: I was 11 when The Exorcism of Emily Rose was released in September 2005. I remember a friend of mine talking about it, mentioning how she had seen it in theaters that weekend. My exposure to the horror genre was pretty much non-existent at that point, so perhaps Emily Rose was the first of the genre I had ever seen. Needless to say, it ruined my life. Now scared of sleeping in the darkness of my own bedroom, I slept on the floor of my mom s. This lasted for quite some time, maybe a year, which resulted in me having to see a therapist. The scene that scarred me the most is definitely the barn scene. I remember it vividly. Emily, possessed, is growling, screaming in tongues, flailing her arms, and looking upon Father Moore with blackened eyes. Father Moore is commanding the demon inside Emily to say its name, but there isn t just one demon: there are six. We are the ones who dwell within, they say, as they begin to state their names, with actress Jennifer Carpenter using a different tone and language for each: Cain, Nero, Judas, Legion, Belial, and Lucifer. When she says Lucifer, it s particularly frightening, as a faint light flickers in her eyes. The eyes of an animal peering at you through the dark. Sara Clements, @mildredsfierceGhostbusters (1984) 97%(Photo by Columbia Pictures)The scene: Quiet in the libraryThe scare: Ghostbusters might be a definitive comedy classic, but the ghostly librarian is the stuff of nightmares. At least it was for me as a child. The dark, maze-like rows of bookshelves and eerie quiet was atmospheric enough. Even more so when the books and index cards moved on their own accord. But there was no mentally preparing for the ghastly wrath of the librarian. I screamed along with Peter, Ray, and Egon. Still to this day, I’m petrified to make even a peep when stepping foot inside a library. Meagan Navarro, @HauntedMegThe Great Mouse Detective (1986) 80%(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)The scene: Fidget kidnaps OliviaThe scare: An animated Sherlock Holmes-esque detective story starring a mouse is not something that instantly screams “horror.” But The Great Mouse Detective knows how to build a mystery and a tense atmosphere, culminating in the terrifying scene where tiny little Olivia (also a mouse) finds herself drawn to a toy baby crib. As ominous yet playful music builds up to a big reveal, Olivia approaches the crib and pulls on the cover to reveal an evil and scary bat that takes her for a hostage just as the music changes to resemble the screeches from the shower scene from Psycho. Rafael Motamayor, @rafaelmotamayorJaws (1975) 98%(Photo by Universal)The scene: The head in the boatThe scare: The day I saw Jaws on VHS in my dad s basement, I had spent the previous week convincing myself I would be terrified. All the stories from its theatrical run talked about audiences fainting, and I was sure I would freak out. Well, the self-hypnotism worked: When Hooper goes underwater and the head pokes out from the bite in the boat, I remember practically vomiting in fear. For a month afterwards I was terrified of any water, even my morning shower. I was convinced the shark would come out of the spout to attack me! Summer vacations in the East Coast of Canada where I learned to swim had the same murky salt water as Amity Island, and I d look out convinced I d see the dorsal coming my way. Jason Gorber, @filmfest_caA Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988) 52%(Photo by New Line Cinema/courtesy Everett Collection)The scene: Joey s aquatic demiseThe scare: My first experience with the A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise was flipping through channels on TV and landing upon this scene. I was too young to watch a Nightmare film but also old enough to be fascinated by the mystique and terror surrounding them. Watching Freddy manipulate Joey and then burst through the bed had an indelible effect on me. It was my first experience with a horror movie and the terror it elicited was the foundation upon which my love of the genre was built. 1 2 Freddy s coming for you Jonathan Barkan, @JonathanBarkanThe Others (2001) 83%(Photo by Dimension Films/Courtesy Everett Collection)The scene: The face behind the veilThe scare: The scene where Grace (Nicole Kidman) interrupts her daughter Anne playing with toys while her head is obscured by a veil, only for Grace to then see a withered elderly face staring back at her from beneath the sheet, left me traumatized for nights afterward. I didn t look at curtains or any kind of hanging fabric in the same way for a while after that. The mixture of youthful innocence with the complete opposite end of the human life cycle was such an unsettling union for me and it still is. Lewis Knight, @ThatsOurLewisPet Sematary (1989) 51%(Photo by Paramount Pictures)The scene: A tendon momentThe scare: Pet Sematary confronts death and explores grief in ways I just wasn t used to given my identity in a culture that isn t necessarily afraid of it. But while there are many scenes that make that film an annual rewatch for me, the Achilles tendon scene is in fact THE scene that affected me the most as a child. Hiding under the bed, a reanimated Gage slices Jud s Achilles tendon as he approaches. You can see the deep wound and Jud s ankle split in detail as he falls. That one scene made me long -ump to the bed for months. And after rewatches, it still makes me shiver as I get ready to go to sleep. Kate Sanchez, @ohmymithrandirPoltergeist (1982) 86%(Photo by MGM/courtesy Everett Collection)The scene: Suburban invasionsThe scare: The Freeling family always reminded me a bit of my own – the suburban surroundings, the copious amounts of Star Wars toys that littered their home – and that made Poltergeist, despite all of the supernatural shenanigans, all too real for me. When that tree attacks Bobby, or when the skeletons emerge from their pool, as a young man, I felt like any of that could happen to me. Just the mere mention of the film’s title was enough to send shivers down my spine until I was a teenager. To this day, if I have it on too late at night, I have second thoughts about heading down to the basement. Mike Vanderbilt, Daily GrindhouseReturn to Oz (1985) 54%(Photo by Walt Disney Pictures)The scene: A hallway of headsThe scare: The unofficial sequel to MGM’s Wizard of Oz, Walter Murch’s Return is a far cry from the brightly-colored 1939 musical. Not only does it have a much darker and fantastical narrative, this scene perfectly encapsulates why the film is the stuff of nightmares. In a bid to avoid being decapitated, Dorothy (Fairuza Balk) has to steal the Powder of Life from Princess Mombi (Jean Marsh) to escape. Unfortunately, she has to walk almost silently through a hallway of sleeping heads – and in full view of them – to get the powder. For extra pressure, it is placed inconveniently next to Mombi’s (real) head. Combined with David Shire’s powerful score, the slow-brewing tension from Dorothy’s delicate approach is blown apart by the ensuing screeching of multiple heads, not to mention being chased by a headless body. The whole sequence is terrifying as an adult but it’s horrifyingly out of place in a kid’s film – which is why it scars you for life. Katie Smith-Wong, @guitargalchinaThe Shining (1980) 84%(Photo by Warner Bros.)The scene: The woman in the bathroomThe scare: I refused to take a bath for a week. When I was seven, my father – much to the protestations of my mother – let me watch Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining. When Jack Nicholson walks into that lime-green bathroom only to find the decrepit, rotting ghoul of an elderly woman cackling at him after he danced with and kissed her younger specter, I leapt as high as her laugh, and haven’t come down since. Robert Daniels, @812filmreviewsLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
While my mother provided positive reinforcements as a woman of color in the inner city, there were none to emulate from the media. As a child, I fantasized about being Princess Leia, Wonder Woman, or one of Charlie’s Angels, but no one who looked like me or the people in my Latino community. That was until 1988’s Stand and Deliver.Stand and Deliver tells the story of a true hero. High school teacher Jaime Escalante, played by Academy-nominated actor Edward James Olmos, inspired his underprivileged students at East LA’s Garfield High School to recognize their self worth and strive for better lives by putting in the hard work “con ganas” (with all your might) to pass the Advanced Placement exam in calculus.“You are the true dreamers,” Olmos’ Escalante tells his students. “And dreams accomplish good things. You are the best.” Escalante’s words are simple but effective, inspiring not just Latinos but every child who should be taught to value themselves and reach for the sky.Another memorable scene from the 1988 movie stands out. The turning point for the urban youth comes after hearing they are indeed special: “It was your ancestors, the Mayans, who first contemplated the zero. True story. You burós have math in your blood.” Stand and Deliver instills a sense of pride in our rich history and heritage that is still largely ignored in film and television.It also portrays an accurate representation of urban youth in East Los Angeles. The cast represented my neighbors, cousins, and educators. To see that on the big screen as a young moviegoer was mind-blowing. Someone finally got it right, in part because a Latino filmmaker (Ramón Menéndez) was at the helm.Thirty-three years since its release, Stand and Deliver still resonates with me in every way.  Lupe Rodriguez HaasA member of the Hollywood Critics Association and Editor-in-Chief of CineMovieTV.com, Lupe Rodriguez Haas has worked every avenue in film and television from Hollywood studio distribution and marketing to being an entertainment producer and critic. Check out CineMovieTV.com.
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While COVID-19 continues to impact the TV industry in big ways, talk show hosts try to keep giving us things to laugh about (including a brief comeback from Rosie O Donnell to help her fellow entertainers), Netflix gives us a new way to be socially less distant, and more in the week s top TV news.TOP STORYNetflix Party Makes It Possible to Have a Group Bingewatch (and Not Just a Virtual One)(Photo by Chris Haston/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images)Binge-watching episodes of The Office for the 37th time just got more fun. Thanks to a new Google Chrome extension called Netflix Party (available here), you can have movie nights and group TV viewing parties of your favorite Netflix programming.And not only does the extension allow you to watch programming at the same time on your computers, but Netflix Party also features a chat room, so you can quote Michael Scott’s wackiest words to each other, or debate whether or not “Scott’s Tots” is the worst Office episode of all time. We kid. There’s no debate. It is absolutely the worst Office episode of all time.Hopefully you stashed away plenty of snack fare, because COVID-19 social distancing just got the tiniest bit more bearable.Update: Netflix also announced that the company has created a 0 million emergency support fund for entertainment industry workers. Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos said in a statement:The Covid-19 crisis is devastating for many industries, including the creative community. Almost all television and film production has now ceased globally leaving hundreds of thousands of crew and cast without jobs. These include electricians, carpenters, drivers, hair and makeup artists and more, many of whom are paid hourly wages and work on a project-to-project basis.This community has supported Netflix through the good times, and we want to help them through these hard times, especially while governments are still figuring out what economic support they will provide. So we’ve created a 0 million fund to help with hardship in the creative community.Most of the fund will go towards support for the hardest hit workers on our own productions around the world. We’re in the process of working out exactly what this means, production by production. This is in addition to the two weeks pay we’ve already committed to the crew and cast on productions we were forced to suspend last week.Beyond helping workers on our own productions, we also want to support the broader film and television industry. So million of the fund will go to third parties and non-profits providing emergency relief to out-of-work crew and cast in the countries where we have a large production base.Netflix will provide million each to the SAG-AFTRA Covid-19 Disaster Fund, the Motion Picture and Television Fund, and the Actors Fund Emergency Assistance in the U.S., and million between the AFC and Fondation des Artistes. Additional allocations worldwide will be announced next week.Lord of the Rings, The Witcher Among the Latest Coronavirus-Related Production HaltsAmazon Prime s The Lord of the Rings series was shut down March 16, according to a memo acquired by The New Zealand Herald. This is done in an environment where travel restrictions directed at the control of Covid-19 are issued daily by New Zealand and most other countries we are doing this to minimise stress on the resources and infrastructures around us by doing our part to reduce population density in our communities and daily activities, in efforts to help reduce the spread of the virus, the memo read in part.Netflix similarly shut down production on season 2 of The Witcher for two weeks, Deadline reported, noting that crew will continue to be paid during the hiatus. The show is filmed around 40 miles west of London at Arborfield Studios. Meanwhile, another Netflix production, The Crown was so near completion on season 4 that filming continued this week; though the production wrapped early, according to EW.Plus, that Friends reunion special that was going to be a highlight of HBO Max’s debut month in May might have to wait. THR.com reports the show, which will feature Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, and David Schwimmer getting together for an unscripted celebration of the 10-season sitcom, was scheduled to tape next week, but now could be pushed off for a May tape date, because of coronavirus concerns. HBO Max will be the streaming home for the series when it launches.In other coronavirus-related TV rescheduling news:American Idol suspended production and sent contestants home for now. Taped episodes will continue to air through the middle of April, when live episodes were scheduled to begin. (TV Line)Because of a delay in production on the fourth season of Fargo, starring Chris Rock, FX has postponed the premiere of the season, which was scheduled to debut on April 19.New episodes of Saturday Night Live have been postponed until at least the middle of April. John Krasinski had been scheduled to host the March 28 episode, with musical guest Dua Lipa.ABC has temporarily replaced its daytime talk show Strahan, Sara and Keke with a daily coronavirus update special. Pandemic: What You Need to Know is hosted by Amy Robach, and will include news updates, interviews with experts, and conversations with service workers, corporate CEOs, and others deeply impacted by the pandemic.The Kelly Clarkson–hosted Billboard Music Awards, scheduled to air live from Las Vegas on April 29, have been postponed indefinitely.Netflix has postponed its first-ever, all-star Netflix Is a Joke comedy festival, originally planned for April 27–May 3.WrestleMania 36 will continue as a pay-per-view event, with no audience, and spread across two nights: April 4 and 5.The British Academy has postponed its TV awards, originally scheduled for May 17, and its TV craft awards, originally scheduled for April 26, indefinitely.Several TV series that have shut down production during the pandemic have donated goods to hospitals whose medical supplies are running dangerously low. EW reports The Resident, The Good Doctor, and Station 19 have donated boxes of masks, gloves, and gowns to hospitals in Atlanta, Vancouver, and Los Angeles.TV writers rooms have found a way to keep working – offering hope that new series will launch and that we’ll see new seasons of our favorite shows – thanks to virtual meetings via the Zoom app. (THR)The Kentucky Derby has been postponed for the first time since World War II. Usually run on the first Saturday in May, it is now rescheduled for the Saturday of Labor Day weekend, Sept. 5.With studio production on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert shut down, CBS has moved the production of CBS This Morning to Colbert’s home at the Ed Sullivan Theater in Times Square, as the network has moved operations out of two of its buildings in NYC.MIPTV, the international television market that was originally scheduled for the end of March in Cannes, has created a digital alternative. MIPTV Online+ will launch on March 30 and be available free to those who were registered for the Cannes event.The Dr. Oz Show will be filmed remotely, after a staffer on Dr. Mehmet Oz’s daytime series tested positive for coronavirus. (Page Six)Nervous about conflicting information about the pandemic, Whoopi Goldberg began performing her co-hosting duties on The View from from home this week. Meanwhile, Today host Savannah Guthrie and weatherman Al Roker are also performing their morning show duties from home.Showtime will begin airing just one new episode of its Don Cheadle comedy Black Monday, instead of two, per week, beginning on March 22.Vice TV’s Vice News Tonight series has gone on hiatus for an indefinite time.In the rare piece of good news in TV land this week: ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC saw a three percent increase in viewership for the week ending March 15, when working at home and social distancing became a reality for many viewers. The week’s top shows: NCIS with 10.7 million viewers, 60 Minutes with 10.4, Young Sheldon with 8.8, The Voice with 8.7, and The Bachelor with 8.4.But The New York Times warns that while social distancing has led to an uptick in viewers across network, cable, and streaming services, as the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic grows, viewers could soon be looking to cut the cord and cancel their streaming subscriptions.Talk Shows Keep the Home Fires Burning on DigitalJimmy Fallon is also promising a nightly YouTube version of The Tonight Show: Home Edition, with his wife as camera person, songs and jokes, a spotlight on a different charity each night, and guest appearances by his kids. Jimmy Kimmel is also offering fans episodes of Quarantine Minilogues from his home, The Daily Show host Trevor Noah launched The Daily Social Distancing Show from his home (specifically, his couch), and Stephen Colbert is also dropping bon mots from various locations in his house, including the bathtub.Samantha Bee has launched a daily digital series – Beeing at Home with Samantha Bee! – in which “Sam has relocated to a rustic woodshed to teach everyone how to chop their own wood for warmth while practicing social distancing,” according to TBS. “She gives an answer to the question of how much wood would a late-night host chop? It’s one, one piece of wood.”Conan O’Brien announced he will resume his TBS late-night talk show Conan on March 30, making the show the first late-night show to return to a regular schedule. He will be filming via iPhone, without an audience. His staffers will work from home, and guests will appear via video. In a release, O’Brien joked, “The quality of my work will not go down, because technically, that s not possible. The Rosie O’Donnell Show is back … for one night only, and only online. But O’Donnell, whose Emmy-winning talk show ran for six seasons in 1996-2002, has gathered a line-up of A-listers to appear via social distancing-friendly video from their homes. The special, which will raise money for The Actors Fund to benefit entertainment and performing arts professionals who are out of work because of the coronavirus, will include appearances by Beth Behrs, Nate Berkus, Tituss Burgess, Norbert Leo Butz, Kristin Chenoweth, Darren Criss, Gloria Estefan, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Harvey Fierstein, David Foster, Morgan Freeman, Neil Patrick Harris, Judith Light, Barry Manilow, Audra McDonald, Katharine McPhee, Idina Menzel, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Billy Porter, Andrew Rannells, Chita Rivera, and Ben Vereen, plus dozens more. The show will air live on YouTube and Broadway.com at 7 p.m. ET on Sunday, March 22. (THR)Queer Eye star Antoni Porowski has launched a new quarantine-era cooking show on Instagram. Quar Eye: Cooking Lessons from Quarantine has so far included a how-to on making a “Keep Calm-lette.”New Trailers: Harley Quinn Season 2 Offers More Raunchy Animated VillainyMore trailers:Billions, season 5, starring Paul Giamatti, Damian Lewis, Maggie Siff, and Corey Stoll (Showtime)Upload, season 1, a new comedy from The Office creator Greg Daniels, starring Robbie Amell (Prime Video)Reno 911! revival (Quibi)Insecure, season 4, starring Issa Rae (HBO)One Day at a Time, season 4, starring Justina Machado (Pop)Bosch, season 6, starring Titus Welliver (Prime Video)Wynonna Earp, season 4, starring Melanie Scrofano (Syfy)Liar, season 2, starring Joanne Froggatt and Ioan Gruffudd (SundanceTV)Vice revival (Showtime)Dismantled, reality cooking competition hosted by Tituss Burgess (Quibi)The Platform, a horror satire movie, starring Ivan Massagué (Netflix)Nailed It!, season 4, hosted by Nicole Byer (Netflix)Murder House Flip, reality series about renovating homes that were crime scenes (Quibi)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.R B Star Kelis Will Host New Cannabis-Themed Cooking Competition on Netflix“Milkshake” singer Kelis will co-host a cooking competition series that challenges chefs to create a three-course meal featuring cannabis. Cooked with Cannabis premieres on Netflix on April 20.I m really excited to announce my new


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Is it even possible to make a bad movie about Mr. Rogers? Arriving on the heels of the successful 2018 documentary Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, biopic A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2019) 95% comes equipped with the too-perfect casting of Tom Hanks as children’s television icon Fred Rogers. The very first critics who saw the film couldn’t help but be charmed by the movie and Hanks’ portrayal, as represented in the first reviews out of the Toronto International Film Festival. Viewers were in tears at the premiere and calling it one of the actors’ best, which says a lot, of course. (Note, these are the very first reviews for the film, drawn mostly from the movie s world premiere at the festival; as the movie is screened in the next few days more early reviews will come in and we will add those to this article as they re published.)Here’s what critics are saying about A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood:Let s get this out of the way: Is Hanks perfect as Rogers?“There’s no question that Hanks is perfect in the part…people will relax into the movie so much that they’ll forget they’re watching an impersonation.” Todd McCarthy, Hollywood Reporter Hanks’ body language is at once stoic and vulnerable, the pace of his speech as Fred is slow, slower than most people. But the actor brings so much focus that it’s impossible to find a reason to move faster, if it would mean missing a single moment spent in his company.  Ella Kemp, The Playlist“Hanks’ cuddly pedigree means he was born to play Rogers, and he immerses himself in the role.” Eric Kohn, IndieWire“Hanks isn’t just good — he’s transporting.” Owen Gleiberman, Variety“It’s hard to imagine that his pitch-perfect channeling of Rogers’ magnificent and slightly unsettling calm won’t put him in the thick of a supporting-actor race.” Steve Pond, The Wrap“There’s a sweetness to the performance that never veers towards saccharine; Hanks consistently strays away from any sort of cliches to find deeper meaning.” Jordan Ruimy, World of Reel(Photo by Lacey Terrell)Is this just a standard biopic?“This is no straightforward biopic, and for that we can probably be glad…it’s the rare biopic that doesn’t wander into predictability or cheese, or both.” Sara Stewart, New York Post“It’s absolutely not a biopic…it’s a two-hour therapy session about the relationships we have with our parents and learning to cope with death, with Hanks’ Fred Rogers as a conduit.” Mike Ryan, UproxxAnd it s not even just about Mr. Rogers?“This movie isn’t about Rogers himself: He takes a backseat here, which should worry anybody who might face Hanks for a best-supporting-actor Oscar.” Brian Truitt, USA Today“Perhaps this is the only way to really make a film about Fred Rogers — by making it about the people whose lives he touched.” Hannah Goodhead, Little White Lies“The film is smart enough to not get us too close to Rogers. Look, you just can’t. He’s almost too otherworldly.” Mike Ryan, Uproxx“Some viewers may be disappointed this film isn’t all about Fred Rogers, but after a bit of reflection, I think less may be better.” Sara Stewart, New York PostHow is Marielle Heller s direction? Heller’s filmmaking is a patchwork quilt of influences from Mr Rogers himself. She uses an imagined episode of the show as a framing device; takes musical inspiration from Rogers’ own compositions and puts a miniature Vogel in rabbit ears, enforcing a bonding moment with Mr Rogers’ puppets.  Wendy Ide, Screen Daily“Heller, as she proved in Can You Ever Forgive Me?, has a gift for taking straightforward scenes and flooding them with emotion.” Owen Gleiberman, Variety“Heller does take a few ambitious swings, and they always come as a welcome surprise.” Eric Kohn, IndieWire“After her fantastic first two features, The Diary of a Teenage Girl and Can You Ever Forgive Me?, it’s a bit disappointing to see Heller taking on material with no edge at all.” Todd McCarthy, Hollywood Reporter [Heller gives] her audience some kind of recognizable knot in the stomach, one of nostalgia, one of gratitude and grace. Ella Kemp, The Playlist“Having proven herself to be among the more empathetic directors working today, her equally understated delivery reaches the ethos of Rogers’ philosophy.” Luke Parker, We Got This Covered It’s the battle of the Peak TV antiheroes as we pit Walter White against Tony Soprano in our latest episode of Vs. Which critically acclaimed series does best on the Tomatometer and which does best with fans? Which has the best characters and which is the most iconic? Mark Ellis zips up his hazmat suit and dives into the details to determine whether AMC s Breaking Bad or HBO s The Sopranos is the ultimate antihero drama.Of course, if you don t agree with our choice of winner, let us have it in the comments.


(Photo by ©Searchlight Pictures)The 2021 Critics Choice Awards just wrapped with Nomadland cementing its frontrunner status in the lead-up to the Oscar nominations with four wins, including Best Picture and Best Director for Chloé Zhao. Carey Mulligan also made a strong move up the field in the currently wide-open Best Actress race with a win tonight for Promising Young Woman, while writer/director Emerald Fennell won Best Original Screenplay for the film.While an interview with a certain pair of royals took place on another channel, the royals of Netflix’s The Crown cleaned up on the TV front: The opulent historical drama was awarded Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, and Best Drama. Anya Taylor-Joy followed up her recent Golden Globe win with a win for Best Actress in a Limited Series for her work in The Queen s Gambit, which also won for Best Limited Series.Read on for the full list of Critics Choice Awards winners below.BEST PICTUREDa 5 Bloods Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom Mank MinariNews of the World Nomadland WINNEROne Night in Miami Promising Young Woman Sound of MetalThe Trial of the Chicago 7BEST ACTORBen Affleck   The Way BackRiz Ahmed   Sound of MetalChadwick Boseman   Ma Rainey s Black Bottom WINNERTom Hanks   News of the WorldAnthony Hopkins   The FatherDelroy Lindo   Da 5 BloodsGary Oldman   MankSteven Yeun   MinariBEST ACTRESSViola Davis   Ma Rainey’s Black BottomAndra Day  The United States vs. Billie HolidaySidney Flanigan   Never Rarely Sometimes AlwaysVanessa Kirby   Pieces of a WomanFrances McDormand   NomadlandCarey Mulligan   Promising Young Woman WINNERZendaya   Malcolm MarieBEST SUPPORTING ACTORChadwick Boseman   Da 5 BloodsSacha Baron Cohen   The Trial of the Chicago 7Daniel Kaluuya   Judas and the Black Messiah WINNERBill Murray   On the RocksLeslie Odom, Jr.   One Night in MiamiPaul Raci   Sound of MetalBEST SUPPORTING ACTRESSMaria Bakalova   Borat: Subsequent MovieFilm WINNEREllen Burstyn   Pieces of a WomanGlenn Close   Hillbilly ElegyOlivia Colman   The FatherAmanda Seyfried   MankYuh-Jung Youn   MinariBEST YOUNG ACTOR/ACTRESSRyder Allen   PalmerIbrahima Gueye   The Life AheadAlan Kim   Minari WINNERTalia Ryder   Never Rarely Sometimes AlwaysCaoilinn Springall   The Midnight SkyHelena Zengel   News of the WorldBEST ACTING ENSEMBLEDa 5 Bloods Judas and the Black Messiah Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom Minari One Night in Miami The Trial of the Chicago 7  WINNER BEST DIRECTORLee Isaac Chung  MinariEmerald Fennell  Promising Young WomanDavid Fincher  MankSpike Lee  Da 5 BloodsRegina King  One Night in MiamiAaron Sorkin  The Trial of the Chicago 7Chloé Zhao  Nomadland WINNERBEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAYLee Isaac Chung – MinariEmerald Fennell – Promising Young Woman  WINNER Jack Fincher – MankEliza Hittman – Never Rarely Sometimes AlwaysDarius Marder Abraham Marder – Sound of MetalAaron Sorkin – The Trial of the Chicago 7BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAYPaul Greengrass Luke Davies – News of the WorldChristopher Hampton and Florian Zeller – The FatherKemp Powers – One Night in MiamiJon Raymond Kelly Reichardt – First CowRuben Santiago-Hudson – Ma Rainey’s Black BottomChloé Zhao – Nomadland WINNERBEST CINEMATOGRAPHYChristopher Blauvelt – First CowErik Messerschmidt – MankLachlan Milne – Minari*WINNER* Joshua James Richards – Nomadland WINNERNewton Thomas Sigel – Da 5 BloodsHoyte Van Hoytema – TenetDariusz Wolski – News of the WorldBEST PRODUCTION DESIGNCristina Casali, Charlotte Dirickx – The Personal History of David CopperfieldDavid Crank, Elizabeth Keenan – News of the WorldNathan Crowley, Kathy Lucas – TenetDonald Graham Burt, Jan Pascale – Mank WINNERKave Quinn, Stella Fox – EmmaMark Ricker, Karen O’Hara Diana Stoughton – Ma Rainey’s Black BottomBEST EDITINGAlan Baumgarten – The Trial of the Chicago 7 WINNER (tie)Kirk Baxter – MankJennifer Lame – TenetYorgos Lamprinos – The FatherMikkel E. G. Nielsen – Sound of Metal WINNER (tie)Chloé Zhao – NomadlandBEST COSTUME DESIGNAlexandra Byrne – EmmaBina Daigeler – MulanSuzie Harman Robert Worley – The Personal History of David CopperfieldAnn Roth – Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom  WINNER Nancy Steiner – Promising Young WomanTrish Summerville – MankBEST HAIR AND MAKEUPEmmaHillbilly ElegyMa Rainey’s Black Bottom  WINNER MankPromising Young WomanThe United States vs. Billie HolidayBEST VISUAL EFFECTSGreyhound The Invisible Man Mank The Midnight Sky Mulan Tenet WINNER Wonder Woman 1984BEST COMEDYBorat Subsequent MovieFilm The Forty-Year-Old Version The King of Staten Island On the Rocks Palm Springs WINNER The PromBEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILMAnother Round Collective La Llorona The Life Ahead Minari WINNER Two of UsBEST SONG Everybody Cries – The Outpost Fight for You – Judas and the Black Messiah Husavik (My Home Town) – Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga Io sì (Seen) – The Life Ahead Speak Now – One Night in Miami WINNER Tigress Tweed – The United States vs. Billie HolidayBEST SCOREAlexandre Desplat – The Midnight SkyLudwig Göransson – TenetJames Newton Howard – News of the WorldEmile Mosseri – MinariTrent Reznor Atticus Ross – MankTrent Reznor Atticus Ross, Jon Batiste – Soul WINNERTELEVISIONBEST DRAMA SERIESBetter Call SaulThe Crown  WINNERThe Good Fight Lovecraft Country The Mandalorian OzarkPerry Mason This Is Us BEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIESJason Bateman – Ozark Sterling K. Brown – This Is Us Jonathan Majors – Lovecraft Country Josh O’Connor – The Crown WINNERBob Odenkirk – Better Call Saul Matthew Rhys – Perry Mason BEST ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIESChristine Baranski – The Good FightOlivia Colman – The CrownEmma Corrin – The Crown  WINNERClaire Danes – HomelandLaura Linney – OzarkJurnee Smollett – Lovecraft CountryBEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIESJonathan Banks – Better Call SaulJustin Hartley – This Is UsJohn Lithgow – Perry MasonTobias Menzies – The CrownTom Pelphrey – OzarkMichael K. Williams – Lovecraft Country  WINNERBEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIESGillian Anderson – The Crown  WINNERCynthia Erivo – The OutsiderJulia Garner – Ozark Janet McTeer – OzarkWunmi Mosaku – Lovecraft Country Rhea Seehorn – Better Call Saul BEST COMEDY SERIESBetter Things The Flight Attendant Mom PEN15 Ramy Schitt’s Creek Ted Lasso WINNERWhat We Do in the ShadowsBEST ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIESHank Azaria – Brockmire Matt Berry – What We Do in the Shadows Nicholas Hoult – The Great Eugene Levy – Schitt’s Creek WINNERJason Sudeikis – Ted Lasso Ramy Youssef – Ramy BEST ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIESPamela Adlon – Better Things Christina Applegate – Dead to Me Kaley Cuoco – The Flight Attendant Natasia Demetriou – What We Do in the Shadows Catherine O’Hara – Schitt’s Creek WINNERIssa Rae – Insecure BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIESWilliam Fichtner – Mom Harvey Guillén – What We Do in the ShadowsDaniel Levy – Schitt’s Creek  WINNERAlex Newell – Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist Mark Proksch – What We Do in the Shadows Andrew Rannells – Black Monday BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIESLecy Goranson – The ConnersRita Moreno – One Day at a Time Annie Murphy – Schitt’s Creek Ashley Park – Emily in Paris Jaime Pressly – Mom Hannah Waddingham – Ted Lasso  WINNERBEST LIMITED SERIESI May Destroy YouMrs. America Normal People The Plot Against America The Queen’s Gambit WINNERSmall Axe The UndoingUnorthodoxBEST MOVIE MADE FOR TELEVISIONBad Education  Between the World and Me  The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel  Hamilton WINNER Sylvie’s Love  What the Constitution Means to Me BEST ACTOR IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE MADE FOR TELEVISIONJohn Boyega – Small Axe   WINNERHugh Grant – The Undoing Paul Mescal – Normal People Chris Rock – Fargo Mark Ruffalo – I Know This Much is True Morgan Spector – The Plot Against America BEST ACTRESS IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE MADE FOR TELEVISIONCate Blanchett – Mrs. AmericaMichaela Coel – I May Destroy YouDaisy Edgar-Jones – Normal PeopleShira Haas – UnorthodoxAnya Taylor-Joy – The Queen’s Gambit WINNERTessa Thompson – Sylvie’s LoveBEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE MADE FOR TELEVISIONDaveed Diggs – The Good Lord BirdJoshua Caleb Johnson – The Good Lord Bird Dylan McDermott – HollywoodDonald Sutherland – The Undoing WINNERGlynn Turman – Fargo (FX)John Turturro – The Plot Against America (HBO)BEST ACTRESS IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE MADE FOR TELEVISIONUzo Aduba – Mrs. America WINNERBetsy Brandt – Soulmates Marielle Heller – The Queen’s Gambit Margo Martindale – Mrs. AmericaWinona Ryder – The Plot Against America Tracey Ullman – Mrs. America BEST TALK SHOWDesus Mero Full Frontal with Samantha BeeThe Kelly Clarkson Show Late Night with Seth Meyers  WINNERThe Late Show with Stephen Colbert Red Table Talk BEST COMEDY SPECIALFortune Feimster: Sweet SaltyHannah Gadsby: Douglas Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours to Kill  WINNER (tie)Marc Maron: End Times FunMichelle Buteau: Welcome to Buteaupia WINNER (tie)Patton Oswalt: I Love Everything BEST SHORT FORM SERIESThe Andy Cohen Diaries Better Call Saul: Ethics Training with Kim Wexler WINNERMapleworth Murders Nikki Fre$hReno 911! Tooning Out the News On an Apple device? 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