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ven sort of hesitate to use the word “bad” ― you make choices that aren t necessarily going to provide you with a lifelong relationship.But I do think they have an immediate connection with each other, and that happens in life, too, and for me, the priest is flawed and he definitely is very conflicted, and I believe he is also very much in love.Sometimes people of the church are depicted as asexual or that they re not interested in or have no thoughts or feelings of intimacy regarding sex, and that just can t be true, because that s not true for any human. We all have a relationship with sex. And love. Even if you re asexual, you still have a sort of attitude towards it. I think that s a very interesting thing from my perspective about what actually do you do? What do you do with your sexuality?(Photo by Steve Schofield/Amazon Prime)Scott (cont.): I think sometimes in drama, we re told what we re supposed to feel because we make these sort of cartoonish characters, and I think the reason that Fleabag is unique, is that we don t. Sometimes they do things that are cruel and selfish, and sometimes they re very vulnerable, and sometimes powerful. And sometimes they re abusive and sometimes they re incredibly loving and kind. And that suggestion is in us all.I think it s a sort of lack of judgment and the fact that we can do that through comedy makes it special.The Priest is obviously so conflicted, and he has a problem with alcohol. Was that built in before he met her, or is that something he recently adopted?Scott: His relationship with alcohol is not healthy. It was sort of important not to overstate that in a sense ―let the audience do some work ― but I definitely think he has a longstanding unhealthy relationship with alcohol, like a lot of people.(Photo by Steve Schofield/Amazon Prime)I m going to be careful about spoilers, because the relationship is built on these very special moments, but the first fox talk,” I think, might also be the first time he asked her, “Where d you go?” when she breaks the fourth wall and looks at the audience. Did you guys talk about what her behavior in that moment would look like to him?Scott: The most important thing was, it s a deep connection. I think it shows how connected he is to her. I think they re both quite solitary characters, and Fleabag s friend is the audience and the relationship with the audience is sometimes helpful and sometimes destructive, and sometimes a way of just avoiding a life and relieving power. And the fact that he s able to see that, and solely him — he s the only character who can see that — speaks to me, not just as sort of exciting television or kind of convention, but just the idea that he, he sees her, he sees all of her, and he wants it from when they first spoke, he wants to talk about this extraordinary love. For my money, I feel like, they almost love each other right from the get go. I think they are definitely intrigued by each other and that sort of deepens, and I think they don t really know what it is. Like a lot of us when we first meet somebody that you connect to and you think, Well, is it love, or is it insanity?The café scene is also a very special moment. It was so real and very intense. First, does he see her behavior as mental illness? And is that tension built into the writing or is it something that gets fleshed out when you re working the scene?Scott: It s built to a certain degree into the writing. Phoebe and I have got a great chemistry going, and so I think we just sort of saw what happens on that day. Phoebe s very playful in that sense, in the relationship  At the beginning and certainly in that scene, it really genuinely is what it is Where are you going?  I don t think he knows, but it s like What is it that you re doing? And I think we can all sort of relate to that to a certain degree. When people are, to a certain degree are unknowable, and you go, “What is that thing? What is that look on your face?”Because the idea of playing with the format of breaking fourth wall is so exciting — I find it really exciting that that s developed in the second series There s a sort of metaphysical sort of vibe in the second series of pictures falling off walls and foxes following you at night   A little bit like love, it s completely unknowable if you re serious, and so it s hard to answer those questions. And the only thing we really do is to dramatize the question, rather than try to nail them down too much, because that then it becomes less interesting drama.(Photo by Steve Schofield/Amazon Prime)Speaking of the storytelling, the fox detail of the story is the kind of quirky detail that you don t see very often in film and in television. What are your thoughts on the writing for this series?Scott: I think the writing is extraordinary. I think somebody s hair looking amazing the day of their mum s funeral, or somebody wearing really tight jeans to the funeral, or a fox trying to break into a toilet, and you know, partnered with scenes about death and loss and pain, I think it s just so extraordinary, that she writes with such flair and such imagination and boldness, that s really a thing that I want to watch on TV. And to be part of it is really exciting ― it s original and audacious storytelling. And that has to start with the writing, and I think she s not afraid of the grand gesture and to push the boundaries of how we tell our stories. And I think that s why people really respond to her work, because, juxtaposed to that, is a great sense of humanity, fun, and a kind of kindness. I m truly in awe of her imagination, really.Fleabag season 2 is now streaming on on Amazon Prime. a woman s breast it feels like a bag of sand?’”“I was producing Anchorman, and Steve Carell was just so insanely funny every day, improvising the craziest, most hilarious stuff ever. I walked up to him one day and I said, ‘It seems like you should be the star of a movie. Do you have any ideas?’ And then a couple of days later he walked up to me and told me a couple of ideas. And the last one was: What if I made a movie where I played a 40-year-old virgin? And he said he had worked on a sketch at Second City, where he played a 40-year-old virgin at a poker game, and everyone was talking about sex and telling dirty stories, and it became very clear that he was making his up. And I think that the pitch he had was, ‘You know how when you touch a woman s breast it feels like a bag of sand?’ And oddly, instantly, I understood what he was talking about, and we started writing a movie together. (Photo by @ Universal)“We would always leave time to shoot the script – but then also to really play.” I ve always been a big fan of improvisation ever since I saw Ben Stiller do it when we did the Ben Stiller Show. I definitely encouraged it when Adam McKay was directing Anchorman. With The Forty-Year-Old Virgin, Steve is such a master at it that whatever scene we were doing we would always leave time to shoot the script but then also to really play. And that s how we did the chest-waxing scene. It basically was an extended improvisation. The Scene: Andy Gets His Chest WaxedOne moment, one line really – “Kelly Clarkson!” – remains the most cherished among a series of wonderful moments in this landmark comedy (though the final musical number, a post-coital “Age of Aquarius,” comes close). In this unique makeover scene, Andy (Carell) gets his chest waxed, and in order to capture the moment in its visceral, wince-inducing glory, Apatow simply let his four cameras roll.“Someone came in and said, ‘I act and I wax!’”“We wanted to do some version of a makeover sequence, but we knew that had been done a ton of times. So we were trying to think of original scenes for a makeover montage. Then one day Steve said, ‘What if you waxed me but you did it for real?’ Now at the time, I thought Steve made it up and had never been waxed, but since then I realized that he had been waxed many times in his life and was pretending that he had never been waxed before. I know that by the shape of his chest hair. But at the time, I thought, wow, what a crazy idea. Who ever gets waxed? So we hired a woman who was a professional chest-waxer to do it in the movie. Someone came in and said, ‘I act and I wax!’”(Photo by @ Universal)“We knew that we had to get Steve s real reactions, so we shot it like a documentary.”“I basically set up four cameras and we had some basic beats we wanted to hit. We knew that we had to get Steve s real reactions, so we shot it like a documentary. We wrote out tons of curses, because we did plan the main joke to be that he would just curse right into her face. And we also made lists of words that weren t real curses that sounded like curses. That s how we got to Steve screaming ‘Kelly Clarkson!’ Off to the side, Seth Rogen had made this enormous list of curses, and I would just yell them out to Steve, and each time they ripped the hair off of something he would scream out one of the curses.”“You re supposed to put Vaseline over the nipples, so you don t accidentally rip them off. Apparently that was a step she forgot about.”“The woman who waxed Steve – she may not have been that good at it. I think you re supposed to put Vaseline over the nipples, so you don t accidentally rip them off. And apparently that was a step she forgot about. He was definitely bleeding for real. In fact, we had to CGI out the fact that there was a lot more blood than you see in the movie.”(Photo by @ Universal)“I don t think I ve ever laughed harder than at Jackass movies.”“It is of the Jackass mode of comedy. I don t remember if it came out before or after the craze of pranks and painful violent stunts, things like that. But people always love that. I don t think there s anything funnier than Jackass. I don t think I ve ever laughed harder than at Jackass movies. And I also think it works the same way a horror movie works, which is: you think something s gonna happen, then it finally does, but not at the moment you think it will – and it makes you scream and hide your face. It has a little horror to it as well.”THE IMPACT: A New Kind of Comedy Virgin was a box office success – it’s currently the 16th highest-earning R-rated comedy of all time – but more than that, it reshaped our idea of movie comedies, particularly those with a romantic bent. Gross-out laughs could be followed by moments of genuine sweetness. Romantic leads could be dorkish, a little schlubby, and, at least for much of the film – very hairy. Silliness could be whip-smart. As long as it was all grounded in reality. Apatow would go on to direct landmark comedies like Knocked Up and Trainwreck, and produce the likes of Bridesmaids and HBO’s Girls, all of which bear some of the markings of what made Virgin such a smash: characters you love and moments you will never forget, because they make you cringe, gag, and leave the room, but also make you swoon and cry.“I m sure it seemed very self-involved. But it was why the movie worked.”“A lot of our crew didn t get what we were doing. That was at a time when there weren t a lot of movies that were shot the way we were, with all of this improvisation, and a lot of the crew just seemed annoyed we were doing so many takes. We had a lot of Clint Eastwood s crew, and they were used to doing one or two takes. And we d do tons of takes and tons of improv. I m sure it seemed very self-involved. But it was why the movie worked, because everyone had the ability to experiment.”(Photo by @ Universal)“I hadn t directed a movie before. He hadn t been the lead in a movie before.”“It was a big moment for me and [Steve]. I hadn t directed a movie before. He hadn t been the lead in a movie before. You know, we both weren t sure we knew what we were doing. We had an instinct, we liked the script, we hoped we weren t crazy. But I remember Steve kept saying, ‘I m trying to be nice to our casting director because if this movie bombs I want her to still use me.’ That was some of the energy we had – we re going for a big swing here, and we hope we re right, but we ll see. It was very exciting, and we laughed our asses off the whole time.”“You know, it gave us all our careers.”“I look back at it as sort of a high point in my career. I got to work with so many of my friends – my wife Leslie Mann was so hilarious as Nicky the drunk girl. It was fun that we all had the courage to try something crazy, and it happened to work out. You know, it gave us all our careers.”The 40-Year-Old Virgin was released on August 19, 2005. Buy or rent it at FandangNOW.
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In 2019, Rotten Tomatoes turns 21, and to mark the occasion we’re celebrating with a series of features that look back at the brightest moments on screen of the past two decades – and one year – and the things that have us excited for the future. Rotten Tomatoes is celebrating its 21st year in existence! But we didn t get here alone. Nope, RT exists because of you, the fans, and the critics whose invaluable work makes up our Tomatometer. To kick off the start of our birthday celebrations, we ve gone and gathered up majorly fun facts and stats about RT that we ve accrued since 1998! (Note: All Tomatometer factoids are accurate up until February 26, 2019.)1. Total Number Of Reviews Featured on RT: 1,106,872 For Movies; 99,616 For TV(Photo by Walt Disney Co./courtesy Everett Collection)Last month, we hit the major million milestone for movies! It only took 21 years, eight office moves, and, conservatively, 50,000 cups of coffee. In 2013, we began collecting and adding TV and streaming reviews, and though we re still a ways away from hitting a million, we re hopeful that the legend of a trove of Law Order reviews buried in the Hollywood Hills proves true.2. Number of Tomatometers Generated: 25,688 For Movies, 1,625 For TVIt takes five reviews to generate an initial Tomatometer score for movies and TV shows. This has happened 27,313 times on Rotten Tomatoes, so far. Would you believe it never gets less thrilling?3. Average Tomatometer For All Movies: 62%(Photo by Columbia Pictures Television/courtesy Everett Collection)That number is proof that people generally do set out to make good movies – and succeed – or at least not make one that would get laughed out of theaters. And it s proof that critics come not with knives drawn, but with the hope that a discovery will be made that everyone needs to know about.4. Average Tomatometer For All Movies (With At Least 20 Reviews Each): 65%And the average percentage goes up if you add a 20-review minimum, suggesting that a movie that s generated enough interest to get rated professionally 20 times has something to warrant it getting that far. And why 20 reviews? That s the number when a movie becomes eligible for our patented, pithy Critics Consensus write-ups.5. Unlikely Celebrity Inspiration For Rotten Tomatoes: Jackie Chan(Photo by New Line/courtesy Everett Collection)Site creator Senh Duong was famously inspired to start Rotten Tomatoes in 1998 after searching for reviews of Jackie Chan movies which, like all reviews at the time, sat uncollected across disparate corners of the internet. Rumble in the Bronx had released nationwide in 1996, which got Duong looking for reviews of Chan s other imports: Supercop, Twin Dragons, and First Strike. Two years later, on August 18, 1998, Rotten Tomatoes went live.6. Unlikely Movie Inspiration For Rotten Tomatoes Name: Léolo (1992) 90%The name Rotten Tomatoes came to Duong while watching the fantasy film Leolo, from 1992, about a boy who imagines himself to be the offspring of an Italian peasant and a giant tomato. It is, appropriately, Fresh.7. First Movie to Ever Get a Tomatometer: Your Friends & Neighbors (1998) 77%After the founding of RT, the first movie to officially get a Tomatometer was Your Friends Neighbors, Neil LaBute s modern tale of urbane immorality. It even went Certified Fresh, currently sitting at 77%! The critics consensus reads that though it may strike some viewers as cold and unpleasant, it s also an incisive critique of sexual politics wrapped up in scathing black comedy. Truly, a light and pleasant start to Rotten Tomatoes dominion.8. Oldest Movie With A Tomatometer: A Trip to the Moon (1902) 100%(Photo by Courtesy the Everett Collection)Georges Méliès little sci-fi epic, which generated cinema s first iconic image in The Man in the Moon with a rocket ship embedded in his right eye. Trip is 100% on the Tomatometer, but at nine reviews, it doesn t meet the 20-review threshold to be eligible for a critics consensus. Look, just give it another 117 years, will ya?9. Number of Certified Fresh Movies: 3,310; Number of Certified Fresh TV Seasons: 715The Certified Fresh label is the greatest designation on Rotten Tomatoes. We have 196,013 movies in our database, which means your movie has a historic 1.69% chance of becoming Certified Fresh. Meanwhile, there are a total of 14,333 listed TV seasons knocking around on the site, equaling a much-friendlier 5% chance of a TV season being Certified Fresh.10. Oldest Movie To Be Certified Fresh: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919) 99%What s it take to become Certified Fresh? For movies, it s having a 75% Tomatometer score after 40 reviews (or 80, if you re a modern wide release), with five of those coming from Top Critics. Caligari, with its gaunt German Expressionism theatrics, is the oldest movie to qualify for that prestigious designation, and is considered one best horror movies ever made to this day. (It s #2 on our list of the 150 Best Horror Movies.)11. Oldest TV Series With A Tomatometer: The Honeymooners: Lost Episodes 100%Are we detecting some kind of moon motif when it comes to these oldest milestones on Rotten Tomatoes? The Jackie Gleason classic show lasted only one season (or 39 episodes) but it s endured thanks to its assorted catchphrases and its historical significance as the first major depiction of the working class in sitcoms.12. Number of 100% Movies (With At Least 20 Reviews): 332You could watch nearly a different perfectly-rated movie every day for a year, taking in some stone-cold masterpieces like Citizen Kane, Seven Samurai, and Repulsion, and contemporary classics like Before Sunrise, Toy Story 2, and Leave No Trace. And at the rate these kinds of movies are cropping up, you could likely fill up a 365-day watching schedule by 2020.13. 100% Movie With The Most Reviews: Paddington 2 (2017) 99%(Photo by Warner Bros. / courtesy Everett Collection)The most lovable bear in all of cinema, at least until Annihlation came out. Just last year Paddington, this genteel beacon of hope in cynical times, and his movie usurped the best-reviewed crown from Toy Story 2, which had had the distinction since 1999. Lady Bird was also able to briefly do the same, before it was felled by its first Rotten review.14. Number of 99% Movies (With At Least 20 Reviews): 45So you just made a movie and it didn t hit 100%. After your feeling of debilitating failure leaves the body, would you be willing to accept the second-best percentage on the site? Members of the 99 Club include hunger-inducing Jiro Dreams of Sushi, indie breakthroughs (Lady Bird, Eighth Grade), something from Pixar (Finding Nemo), horror classics (Aliens, Rosemary s Baby), and Metropolis, whose sole Rotten review comes from a 1926 issue of Variety.15. Number of 60% Movies (With At Least 20 Reviews): 131Better not catch y all slippin , because one percentage point drop and these movies are in Rotten! Some movie fans may be shocked to learn which films the sword of Damocles hangs so perilously over, like Rush Hour or Mystery Men. Then there are other movies, like the primal and basic 300, for which a 60% feels juuuuust right.16. Number of 59% movies (With At Least 20 Reviews): 91So close to Freshness! Some 91 movies – with at least 20 reviews – are right on the cusp of being Fresh, which of course didn t stop the likes of Mr. Mrs. Smith and Oz the Great and Powerful from being boffo box office smashes. Included in this pile of barely Rotten movies are enduring 90s trash classics (Deep Blue Sea), literal trash (Trash Humpers), failed prestige pics (The Front Runner, Concussion), and of course a later-period Liam Neeson action movie (Run All Night).17. Number of 1% movies (With At Least 20 Reviews): 5(Photo by Freestyle Releasing/courtesy Everett Collection)Getting a Tomatometer score of 1% is probably the most difficult ignoble feat to achieve on Rotten Tomatoes. Not only do you have to get enough reviews for it to be mathematically possible, you have to count on only one or two critics willing to come forward to say they liked it. Let s give a hand to Alone in the Dark, Left Behind, Daddy Day Camp, Twisted, and Disaster Movie!18. Number of 0% Movies (With At Least 20 Reviews): 36It takes a lot of effort to make a movie. It takes a lot of effort to get critics to review it. And it takes a lot of effort for all of them to hate it. Jaws: The Revenge, Mac and Me, Bucky Larson shine on, you crazy diamonds.19. 0% Movie With The Most Reviews: Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever (2002) 0%The title doesn t make any sense and it only goes downhill from there. The incomprehensible spy-thriller starred Antonio Banderas and Lucy Liu and came out in 2002, a year when their careers were peak enough that neither had any reason to make this movie. To date, 117 critics have been able to re-assemble their shattered minds after experiencing Ballistic to submit Rotten reviews. Meanwhile, back in 2017 we celebrated the movie s 15th anniversary with some cake:

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If you have a suggestion for a movie or show you think we should do an episode on, let us know in the comments, or email us at rtiswrong@rottentomatoes.com.Meet the hostsJacqueline Coley is an editor at Rotten Tomatoes, with a focus on awards and indie coverage but with a passion for everything, from the MCU to musicals and period pieces. Coley is a regular moderator at conventions and other events, can be seen on Access Hollywood and other shows, and will not stand Constantine slander of any kind. Follow Jacqueline on Twitter: @THATjacqueline.Mark Ellis is a comedian and contributing editor for Rotten Tomatoes. He currently hosts the Rotten Tomatoes series Versus, among others, and can be seen co-hosting the sports entertainment phenomenon Movie Trivia Schmoedown. His favorite Star Wars movie is Jedi (guess which one!), his favorite person is actually a dog (his beloved stepdaughter Mollie), and – thanks to this podcast – he s about to watch Burlesque for the first time in his life. Follow Mark on Twitter: @markellislive.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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8.45.2 4月喜迎Riverdale’s fourth season opens with an uncharacteristically straightforward, emotional episode. It’s a tribute to the beloved star Luke Perry, who died earlier this year following a massive stroke, and it’s also a tribute to the actor s similarly adored character Fred Andrews, father to Archie (KJ Apa) and all-around good guy.Perry passed just weeks before the third season was scheduled to wrap, so had filmed most of his scenes already. Rather than shoehorn in a plot to write out the character then, creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa said he and his writers wanted some time to think about how to properly honor their fallen friend.“We didn t want to rush it. We didn t want to sandwich it in between all the other plot lines. And we just wanted to take our time and think about it,” he told Rotten Tomatoes and a small group of reporters after a screening of the season premiere. Taking time, he said, “allowed us to absorb what had happened and really think about what kind of story we wanted to tell. That that s how we started — by not thinking about it for a while.”But although the tragedy turns into a beautiful tribute in the standalone episode that starts off the season, business in Riverdale is just as nutty as usual. Archie will be grieving his father throughout the season, but he’ll also have to contend with plenty of deranged criminals and other figures who involve high school students in their shady business dealings way more than adults should. Put simply, Riverdale’s insane storylines are not going away.Here’s what else to expect from season 4 of the often-mental series.1. Archie Andrews Hits Major Milestones(Photo by Diyah Pera/The CW)The Riverdale writers hadn’t really begun to brainstorm what would happen in season 4 before Perry’s death, so there’s no alternate path the character could’ve taken. Instead, the season will see the redhead figure out what life looks like without his role model and main parental figure.“When this happened, it did suggest a path for Archie, which is about growing up a little more quickly than he would have and giving senior year this almost melancholy feel,” Aguirre-Sacasa said.While the season premiere takes place over the July 4 Independence Day holiday, the second episode picks up a few months later, in September. That time gap allows the characters time to have grieved off-screen, but they will have in no way moved on from Fred’s death.“The shadow Fred s death cast is on episode two. And honestly, we re about 10 episodes into the season and we re still feeling that. The truth is something like that, Archie will be wrestling with that for the rest of his life, other characters less so,” he said. “I think one of the things that s been interesting is when a tragedy like that happens, everyone grieves and then people move on at different points. But for the person who s at the core of it, they live with it every day. So we don t pretend it didn t happen. It s still very much permeating Archie s story.”2. Riverdale Kids Go Back to School in Season 4(Photo by Colin Bentley/The CW)Though the season opener is front-to-back emotional — watch with tissues handy or risk soaking your shirt with tears — episode 2 opens on “a little bit of a lighter note.” The main gang is back in high school, and storylines this season are going to focus (at least a little bit) on their adventures as normal high school students — well, normal for Riverdale at least.As Aguirre-Sacasa said on the show’s San Diego Comic-Con panel back in July, “This year, the kids are seniors. They’ve always been too busy hunting serial killers. We haven’t dug deep into the high school world. We’re really playing the senior year.”3. Molly Ringwald Returns to Riverdale(Photo by Robert Falconer/The CW)Former guest star Molly Ringwald returns “more or less” full time, as Aguirre-Sacasa announced at Comic-Con, as Archie’s mother, Mary. Coming from Chicago, she’s “not quite aware of what a rough town Riverdale is so we re having some fun with that,” the creator said last week.“I think that it s really great that Archie has Mary there for him, and I think Mary loves being able to be there for her son. I do still think there s no replacing his dad, but Mary s doing great, and I d really be worried for Archie if not for Mary,” he said.Mary will of course be supporting Archie first and foremost, but she’ll get her own storylines too. Aguirre-Sacasa is particularly proud of the season’s Thanksgiving episode that “reminds us that this is Archie s first Thanksgiving without his father. It’s kind of Mary and Archie shoulder to shoulder. There s typical craziness that happens, but I think there s a real, true emotional core there as well.”Other guest stars include Perry’s real-life friend and former costar Shannen Doherty in a role in the tribute episode, and Dawson’s Creek star Kerr Smith as new principal Mr. Honey.4. Riverdale’s High-Wire Act(Photo by Robert Falconer/The CW)Balancing the craziness of the series with its more grounded plots has always been the “high-wire act” Aguirre-Sacasa and his writing team contended with, and in the past two seasons the crazy maybe has overwhelmed the grounded. But in season 4, the balance will be a little more even.“A lot of people said, Oh, season 1 was much more grounded and all that stuff. So we ve used season 1 a little bit as a template. We definitely still have crazy stories. But instead of let s say four crazy stories per episode, we have two crazy stories per episode two that are a little more emotional or psychological or real,” he said. “In episode two, we have this great story with Archie and Reggie, and it s about Reggie s father, and therefore it s about the memory of Fred as well, but it feels like a very straightforward coming-of-age friendship story. So I think we re finding our way back to some of the stuff in season 1. You know, the truth is you can never go back, but there were things that I know the fans missed and that we missed and are trying to write to.”5. Did We Mention Crazy?(Photo by Marc Hom/The CW )Still, that trademark Riverdale insanity remains. Episode three, in particular, will bring a particular brand of nuts to the series.“That s the resolution of the of the Farm storyline, and I remember when we turned it in the network was like, yep good to know that s still in there. That s kind of a crazy one,” Aguirre-Sacasa said. “We have a really fun Halloween episode that is both grounded and heightened, I would say. And the Blossoms can always be counted on for some craziness. There are some really great mysteries in there, they re just a little less — I mean, we had, like, two serial killers running around and the killer cult and bear attacks. By the way, all stuff I stand by and loved. It s still out there. It s still out there for sure. Episode 3, it s as crazy as we ve gotten.”6. Speaking of the Blossoms…(Photo by Colin Bentley/The CW)Cheryl Blossom (Madelaine Petsch) is bringing the wacky in a storyline that’s both touching and completely mental as she continues to keep her dead twin brother’s corpse around to communicate with.“As heightened and weird and macabre as it is to have Jason in the crypt, I think the truth of that story is she loved her brother dearly,” Aguirre-Sacasa said. “She never got a chance to say goodbye to him and she doesn t want to. In a weird way her arc over the first movement of episodes is learning how to finally say goodbye to Jason and it s quite moving.”7. The Rest of the Gang’s Here, Too(Photo by Dean Buscher/The CW)The rest of the core gang — Veronica (Camila Mendes), Betty (Lili Reinhart), and Jughead (Cole Sprouse) — will keep busy with their own plot twists.First up for Betty is the fallout of her friendship with Kevin (Casey Cott) over his Farm ties. Aguirre-Sacasa also noted that Betty will also have to deal with her and Jughead s half-brother Charles Smith (Wyatt Nash), who was the undercover FBI agent at the Farm and is the offspring of Betty s mom, Alice (Mädchen Amick), and Jughead s dad, FP (Skeet Ulrich). (Got that?)“Kevin was a big part of the Farm. He dragged her by her ankles into the lobotomy room or whatever, so we kind of try to pick up the pieces of their friendship,” Aguirre-Sacasa said, adding that “Charles is very much a part of the first chunk of the season.”Veronica will deal with the knowledge that maybe her father Hiram (Mark Consuelos)  isn’t completely evil thanks to his kind gesture paying for Fred’s funeral.“[That’s] a gesture that mafiosos do,” the creator said. “Even amongst mobsters, there s a sense of honor. I think that s a hint that Hiram isn t all bad. He’s a villain, but underneath that he s also a human being and her father. I think Veronica and her father, they ll always be in conflict. But I do believe that underneath all that stuff there is a bond and a love there and that s a hint to that.”And Jughead’s main storyline will involve his new school, a fancy Gossip Girl–esque private school that, as Sprouse revealed on the Comic-Con panel, will provide the backdrop for the flash-forward from the season 3 finale that saw Archie, Betty, and Veronica covered in blood and burning their clothes.Said Aguirre-Sacasa on that panel, “That s one of our big mysteries, obviously, what happened to Jughead and the kids that night, and we are building up [to] it. Our midseason finale is going to be that night depicted in the flash-forward. And in episodes leading up to it we re going to flash forward to other events from that night and immediately after that night, so you ll start to piece it together, I think.”Riverdale season 4 premieres on Wednesday, October 9 at 8 p.m. on The CW.Like this? 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We may have proof that most remakes suck, but that’s not the case for all of them, and the new adaptation of Pet Sematary appears to be a significant exception. According to the first wave of reviews following its SXSW premiere on Saturday, March 16, the horror movie is not just an improvement on the previous 1989 version but another great Stephen King-based flick to further the wave of his recent popularity. Pet Sematary offers some major differences that King die-hards might not appreciate, but between the dramatic core of the scares and the stand-out performances, this one seems to have been well worth another effort.Here’s what the critics are saying about Pet Sematary:How does this one stack up against other Stephen King adaptations?One of the best Stephen King adaptations in the past decade. Monica Castillo, The WrapNot merely a solid entry to the long list of films based on King’s work; it joins the ones sitting at the top as one of the very best. Perri Nemiroff, ColliderPet Sematary is one of the best Stephen King adaptations ever. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmA solid if not earthshaking horror pic built around notably good performances. John DeFore, Hollywood ReporterA bloodless bastardization of its source material that sinks under its own uninspired storytelling and horror movie cliches. Bryan Rolli, The Daily DotHow does it compare to the 1989 version?Sometimes, different is better. Dan Caffrey, Consequence of SoundThe 1983 novel sees the adaptation it’s always deserved. Jonathan Barkan, Dread CentralThe new Pet Sematary pushes the envelope, and then some, going further than King even dared. The fact that this is a studio film is both surprising, and thrilling. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmThis Pet Sematary is more effective than the previous adaptation, at least until the climax. Britt Hayes, IndieWireThey’re not doing nearly enough to distinguish this version from the one that came before. Peter Debruge, Variety(Photo by Paramount Pictures)Are there any new surprises?Everything you thought you knew about this familiar tale will be used against you in the most invigorating, and chilling ways. Meagan Navarro, Bloody DisgustingWe may think we know where this story is going, but Pet Sematary has plenty of shocking tricks up its sleeve. The end result is a film somehow darker than the book itself. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmThe filmmakers have also tweaked the humor to reflect our new post-The Conjuring sensibility, where audiences can be sure that the characters know when they’re making bad ideas. Peter Debruge, VarietyHow gory is it?The movie is relatively on the bloody side of horror. Monica Castillo, The WrapThere’s a lot more blood and viscera this time around. Dan Caffrey, Consequence of SoundHorror fans will be thrilled by the sparse yet unsettling gore. Jonathan Barkan, Dread CentralIs Zelda as haunting as she is in the 1989 movie?This Zelda is may be different, and yet she’s so extremely scary in her own right. Seriously. It’s so impressively scary. Meagan Navarro, Bloody DisgustingWhile topping the malicious distortion of Andrew Hubatsek [in the original] was always going to be a tall order, Alyssa Brooke Levine makes the role her own, thankfully with the help of prosthetics rather than CGI. Dan Caffrey, Consequence of SoundThose scenes are leaps and bounds better than they were in Lambert’s version. Britt Hayes, IndieWireZelda plays a far more prominent role in this film and goddamn is she scary. Jonathan Barkan, Dread CentralRyan FujitaniHow different is the ending?The macabre poignance of the first two-thirds of the film swiftly devolves into silliness, ending on a note… that feels more like a punchline than a gut punch. Britt Hayes, IndieWireThe final act is so absolutely off the rails bonkers that it’s amazing that a big studio release ever let it pass. It’s freaking twisted. Meagan Navarro, Bloody DisgustingThe movie s final scene captures the ambiguous creepiness of the novel s end while totally reinventing its content. John DeFore, Hollywood ReporterThe change results in a wilder and — honest to God — way more fun climax. Dan Caffrey, Consequence of SoundAre there any standout performances?The film’s breakout star is Jeté Laurence, whose scary-good performance as the sweet and naturally curious 8-year-old Ellie recasts what could have been a silly part into something that’s genuinely creepy and heartbreaking. Monica Castillo, The WrapThe real standout is young actress Laurence, as Ellie… it’s a treat to watch her descend into darkness. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmThe movie is owned by Jeté Laurence as Ellie. This young actress gives a tour de force performance. Bobby LePire, Film ThreatThe range the role requires is extensive to say the least, and Laurence works the entire spectrum from sweet and curious to true terror brilliantly. Perri Nemiroff, ColliderLaurence plays the demented side of her character well, even if that character is just a B-rate composite of living dead girl tropes from The Ring and The Exorcist. Bryan Rolli, The Daily Dot[Amy] Seimetz outshines [Jason] Clarke as the spouse grappling with the very concept of death… Rachel Creed is the one we nearly wish was the focal point of the film. Meagan Navarro, Bloody DisgustingThe cats that played Church are evidence that animals deserve an Academy Award category of their own. Jonathan Barkan, Dread Central(Photo by Paramount Pictures)Is there greater substance here than in your average horror flick?The directing duo confront grief and guilt in a manner that resonates deeply…to deliver an unnerving exploration of death and its emotional effects. Britt Hayes, IndieWireIts terrifying story about death still leaves audiences with much to think about long after the credits roll. Monica Castillo, The WrapJeff Buhler’s screenplay excels on so many levels… it’s a layered, deeply sinister family nightmare that, yes, is packed with scares, but also a significant amount of complexity that takes those scares well beyond fleeting thrills. Perri Nemiroff, ColliderDoes the movie have any major issues?The movie’s first two acts feel quite rushed… then there are moments of cheap CGI that destroy the atmosphere for the duration it is on screen. Bobby LePire, Film ThreatThe problem with Pet Sematary is that it gives viewers absolutely no reason to care about anything that happens to the Creed family. Bryan Rolli, The Daily DotThe script is practically all plot, all the time, which is plenty efficient for those simply looking to be scared but a little anemic when it comes to making audiences care about these people. Peter Debruge, VarietyThe film soon makes this reanimated loved one more monstrous than unsettling, possessed of unlikely strength and a little too similar to the growling monster-people found in garden-variety horror films. John DeFore, Hollywood ReporterAnyone expecting the new Pet Sematary to play by the same rules is going to be both shocked, and maybe disappointed. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmPet Sematary opens everywhere on April 5.
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手游和电脑不一样,手游往往要比电脑操作容易一些,而在这款游戏当中却让人觉得手游更难,首先能够发现如果玩这款游戏时,双手想要抓住某样东西就点击一下右边的左右按钮,如果想要跳到某个绳索上面,就要提前把双手伸直,我们在通关的时候便可以先把双手伸直,然后按住锁定按钮,这些操作虽然看似简单,但是其实都需要玩家精准把握这些操作的节点才能成功完成,这对于玩家来说其实也是一个很大的考验。
Best-Reviewed Movies 2020: United KingdomWant variety? Look to the best U.K. movies of the year, according to the critics. There’s groundbreaking horror – the 100% Certified Fresh His House and Zoom horror smash Host – plus a searing drama that puts you in the deteriorating mind of a man suffering from dementia (The Father), a zing-filled historical comedy (The Personal History of David Copperfield), and a thrilling documentary (White Riot). Notably, three of the films – His House, The Father, and White Riot – come from directors making their feature film debuts.The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of February 28, 2021. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »
有业内人士透露,下架其实是因为某些店铺涉嫌走私,而目前还是可以买到海外版的(大家:原来是虚惊一场)。不过即使是少了Switch的快乐,目前国产手游做的也是风生水起,还怕没有游戏玩嘛
It probably shouldn’t come as a total surprise that mercenary with multiple personalities could become quite violent. But a new video chronicling Moon Knight star Isaac’s training for his role as the lead in the upcoming Disney+ Marvel series suggests the titular character may be a real killer, something that could potentially the family friendliness right out of the MCU story.The video reveals some impressive fight moves during Isaac’s training, several sequences of which end with what appears to be throat-slitting knife work. The video was posted to Instagram by Mad Gene Media, the New York–based production company founded by Isaac and Elvira Lind.Whatever Isaac’s character is getting up to in the series, it definitely seems like there’s plenty of action-packed drama ahead … for viewers whose mommies and daddies deem it appropriate viewing, anyway.First Look at the Powerpuff Girls as Women(Photo by James Acomb/The CW)If you were a little underwhelmed last week at the sight of the Powerpuff girls in costume on the set of The CW’s upcoming live-action reboot of the Powerpuff Girls cartoon, we’ve got news and an important update. The literally cartoon-y look of the costumes was intentional; the scenes being filmed were flashbacks to Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup Utonium in action during their teenage years.This week, The CW released the first official photo of Powerpuff stars Chloe Bennet, Dove Cameron, and Yana Perrault as adults, and they’re wearing some colorful, but still all grown up, stylin’ duds. The pilot, in fact, will be largely focused on the women as adults, and their angst about having spent their younger years as world-saving heroines.In other Powerpuff news, Robyn Lively joined the cast as Sara Bellum, the mayor’s assistant, while original series narrator, Tom Kenny, will return as the narrator for the reboot..The Walking Dead: Another Spin-Off Coming, Featuring Negan?With season 10’s finale – the season-best “Here’s Negan” episode of The Walking Dead that featured Jeffrey Dean Morgan and his real-life wife Hilarie Burton playing Negan and his wife Lucille – setting up the inevitable showdown between Negan and Lauren Cohan’s Maggie in TWD’s upcoming final season, fans are facing the end of the line for most TV versions of TWD’s characters.But during Morgan’s appearance on Conan this week, he provided hope for fans of his performance of Negan, confirming to Conan O’Brien that there have been discussions about a spin-off series revolving around the bat-swinging killer who’s trying to redeem himself.“I think they re thinking of a couple different ideas, but I ve definitely had conversations about possibly continuing the story of Negan,” Morgan said.(Photo by AMC)Future TWD projects already announced include a spin-off starring BFFs Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Carol (Melissa McBride) and a series of movies featuring the return of Andy Lincoln as Rick Grimes.And speaking of Rick, who disappeared from the series when Lincoln left the series, but was killed off in the comic book, he’s going to be resurrected for a special issue of the book.Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman announced this week he’ll celebrate the 10th anniversary of his company Skybound with a five-issue, limited edition comic book series called Skybound X, with one non-canonical issue featuring Rick Grimes and revisiting a bonus ending story from the comics (issue #75) that revealed aliens to have a hand in the zombie apocalypse.NEW TRAILERS: Barry Jenkins’ The Underground Railroad: What If It Really Was an Actual Railroad?The Underground Railroad is Oscar-winning director Barry Jenkins’ moving series that imagines an alternate timeline in which the network of abolitionists is an actual railroad, based on Colson Whitehead’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. Stars Thuso Mbedu, Joel Edgerton, Chase W. Dillon, William Jackson Harper, and Damon Herriman. Premieres May 14 (Amazon Video).More trailers and teasers released this week:• In Treatment returns with season 4 and new lead the Emmy-winning Uzo Aduba, as observant, empathetic Dr. Brooke Taylor, a Los Angeles therapist who will help her patients tackle topics like the global pandemic and recent major social and cultural shifts, while she also deals with the complications of her own personal life. Also stars Joel Kinnaman, Anthony Ramos, Quintessa Swindell, and John Benjamin Hickey. Premieres May 23 (HBO).• Ziwe is the new variety series from the titular comedian and Desus Mero writer, featuring sketches, musical numbers, and interviews that challenge America’s discomfort with race, politics, and other cultural issues. Stars Ziwe, and guest stars like Bowen Yang and Phoebe Bridgers. Premieres May 9 (Showtime).• Cruel Summer is a new twist-filled teen mystery set in Texas and sparked by an abduction. Stars Sarah Drew, Chiara Aurelia, and Harley Quinn Smith. Premieres April 20 (Freeform).• In Mythic Quest season 2, the Raven’s Banquet gang is back in the office post-quarantine, except for C.W. (F. Murray Abraham), whose advanced age means it’s safer for him to continue working remotely. Stars Rob McElhenney, Jessie Ennis, Charlotte Nicdao, Danny Pudi, David Hornsby, and guest star Snoop Dogg. Premieres May 7 (Apple TV+).• Shrill is the third and final season of the comedy starring delightful Saturday Night Live star Aidy Bryant. Premieres May 7 (Hulu).• The Sons of Sam: A Descent Into Darkness is the docuseries about the story behind the story of the investigation of the 1970s “Son of Sam” murders in New York. David Berkowitz was convicted of the serial killings, but a journalist named Maury Terry became obsessed with the idea that Berkowitz had not acted alone. His obsession eventually cost him everything. Premieres May 5 (Netflix).• Headspace Guide to Sleep is the animated series that sheds health-changing light on just how important sleep is to the human body, and the things we can do – and shouldn’t do – to ensure we get it. Premieres April 28 (Netflix).• A Black Lady Sketch Show returns for Season 2 with guest stars Gabrielle Union, Miguel, Jesse Williams, and Skai Jackson. Premieres April 23 (HBO).• Pet Stars is a reality series about an animal talent agency revolving around the biggest social media animal influencers. Premieres April 20 (Netflix).For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.CASTING: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Returning to TV in The Second Home, a Drama About a Family Ruined by the Secrets of a Cape Cod Summer(Photo by Frederic J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images)Jamie Lannister is coming back to television … or rather his portrayer, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau is. The Game of Thrones will star in and executive produce The Second Home, a series adaptation of author Christina Clancy’s debut novel of the same name. The story follows the Gordon and Shaw families, and the two generations of the families whose lives are unraveled by a secret that began during a fateful summer in Cape Cod. No network is yet attached to the series. (Variety)Fabien Frankel (Last Christmas) has been cast in the Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon, where he’ll play Ser Criston Cole, a common-born man with serious sword-swinging skills who is a member of King Viserys I Targaryen s Kingsguard. (George R. R. Martin’s Blog)Oscar winner Common has joined the season 2 cast of Mindy Kaling’s YA Netflix hit Never Have I Ever. In a recurring role written just for him after he proclaimed the series one of his pandemic watch favorites, Common will play Dr. Chris Jackson, a dermatologist with a list of celebrity patients, who works in the same building as Nalini (Poorna Jagannathan). Season 2 is scheduled to premiere in July.Another Oscar winner, Natalie Portman, is staking more claim in TV land. Portman, who recently signed a first-look deal with Apple TV+, will star in and executive produce The Days of Abandonment, an HBO movie adaptation of author Elena Ferrante’s book of the same title. Portman will play Tess, a woman who gave up her dreams to be a wife and mother, only to be abandoned herself when her husband leaves her and throws her world out of control.Arrested Development alum Michael Cera will make his first return in a regular TV role since Arrested, playing a farmer and chef who brutally honest in the upcoming Amy Schumer Hulu comedy Life Beth. Schumer, who stars in, executive produces, directs, and writes the 10-episode series, plays Beth, who seems successful to everyone around her, bu
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Ghcxuf (Photo by Rico Torres/©Columbia Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)When Robert Rodriguez burst onto the independent movie scene at the Sundance Film Festival with his scrappy low-budget genre debut El Mariachi, he instantly made a name for himself. Touting his film’s extraordinarily small budget of ,000 –– raised mostly from the director subjecting himself to medical testing –– Rodriguez established himself as a resourceful filmmaker, detailing his process in his book Rebel Without a Crew, now considered a film school classic. If El Mariachi proved what Rodriguez could do with a meager budget and a cast of mostly friends, what more could he accomplish if he had fancy pyrotechnics, large sets, and professional actors?The answer was Desperado, a better-funded follow-up to El Mariachi that built on the mythology of a mysterious guitar player with a music case full of guns and ammunition. It was a big step up from his previous four-figure budget: Desperado cost around million, or 1,000 times more than the cost of his first feature. Fortunately, audiences flocked to Desperado and helped establish Rodriguez as an exciting new filmmaker with ideas for offbeat movies like the Spy Kids series, a love of genre that influenced films like From Dusk Till Dawn and Machete, and an eye for action that shaped movies like Sin City and Alita: Battle Angel.Although Desperado met with mixed reviews on its release 25 years ago on August 25, 1995, there’s still a lot to enjoy from Rodriguez’s sophomore effort. It’s a movie that promises explosion-laden spectacle, choreographed gun battles, visual humor, and Antonio Banderas playing guitar and it delivers on all fronts.It Shows Off Robert Rodriguez s Playful Style(Photo by Columbia Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)Whether it’s a deadly gunfight that ends in a tense draw over empty pistols, or a throwaway gag that forces the movie’s heroine to wear two mismatching heels through its explosive climax, Rodriguez, who both wrote and directed the film, has an eye for visual humor. Desperado never takes itself too seriously despite all of its violence and explosions, as Rodriguez incorporates punchlines in both subtle and overt ways. Sometimes, the effect is achieved with a simple sign that reads “Members and Non Members Only.” Other times, it’s as obvious as a ceiling fan that continues to smack a dead bad guy in the face after he’s down; only when El Mariachi (Banderas) shoots the fan does it actually stop.Another aspect of Rodriguez’s visual style is his unabashed love of spilling fake blood. A handful of deaths occur off-screen, announced by splatters of bright red that splash across other characters   a tip of the hat to 70s horror and spaghetti western classics that, in their time, used shocking amounts of gore to thrill audiences. Sometimes, though, blood is used more subtly, as when a wounded El Mariachi leans on a wall and leaves a crimson trail behind him as he brushes against it. It shows the audience he’s wounded, still mortal even though it seems no one can kill him, and in the next scene, still capable of fighting back faster than any unfortunate soul who tries to pull a gun on him. Whether it’s the tint of fake blood, the rouge undertones of certain buildings, or the burning intensity of an explosion, the color red plays an important role in the look of Desperado.It Introduced Salma Hayek to a Broader AudiencePrior to her role 😈😈

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亚游国际九游会 (Photo by Disney+/Lucasfilm Ltd.)Speaking of the child (we re letting go of the capitalization now that he has a name), we learned some key details about his past. He was raised in the Jedi Temple on Coruscant and began his training sometime before or during the Clone Wars. Hidden after the fall of the Old Republic, his memories of the ensuing two decades become hazy.This new intel rewrites our perception of Grogu as he is not quite the infant we assumed him to be. Although younglings were brought to the Order very early in their lives — Ahsoka herself was only 3 when she began training — the longevity of Yoda s species led us to believe Grogu, at age 50, was still, essentially, a newborn. But if the Jedi deemed him old enough to be trained, he has some understanding of the wider galaxy and his place in it.We also think he plays up the childlike innocence as a defense mechanism, much like Ahsoka s suggestion that he hides his powers in order to survive.Back on the rumor front, Dawson was long associated with Ahsoka and this proved to be correct. Biehn, meanwhile, ended up playing a far more minor figure than anyone guessed. Although, we noticed the initial reports of his involvement indicated he would play a bounty hunter. A merc is not far off from that, so those early reports were also more or less true; that said, we would ve liked to see him in a more pivotal role.With the conclusion of this episode, nearly all the credible rumors have been resolved and just about everything anticipated about the season has come to pass. It means next week s episode will be something fresh and surprising. Although, we wonder if the season s established pace means another detour before reaching Tython. As it happens, the planet is nestled in the Deep Core, so it will take the Razor Crest some time to get there.Questions for the Jedi(Photo by John Wilson/© Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)While we ponder how lightspeed travel will affect the pace of the show, there are some other questions to consider. Now that the Jedi have invaded The Mandalorian, it is time to wonder about some other key Star Wars characters.Where is Sabine Wren? Is she still looking for Ezra or did she find him? If things went poorly, is she also on the hunt for Thrawn? And, perhaps more importantly, will Djarin s journey bring him into contact with her? Presumably, she ll want to be part of the Bo-Katan s liberation force. Provided Sabine is still alive, of course.Has Ahsoka Reached Out to Luke Skywalker? While we re happy to never have a Skywalker appear on The Mandalorian, one would think Ahsoka would reach out to him and offer some guidance in rebuilding the Order. Then again, considering how disastrously Luke s attempt to rebuild the Jedi will go, maybe their conversation was ill-fated. He may be the Jedi she alluded to in her parting words with Djarin, but his track record suggests he is not the person to teach Grogu.Is Ezra Fated To Teach Grogu? Considering The Mandalorian wanders in Dave Filoni s quadrant of the galaxy, it is possible Ezra is best suited to aid the child. He may also be one of the Jedi Ahsoka mentioned and his journey to become one — chronicled in Rebels — makes him a far better candidate than Luke. Granted, we always prefer Jedi with more shades of gray to their philosophy than the absolutism Luke was taught. Also, we re assuming Grogu will want to be a Jedi. The visit to Tython may show him a different Way to follow.Is Grogu Related to Yoda? Now that we know he was in the Jedi Temple, the question must be asked. Considering how rare examples of Yoda s species seem to be — Ahoska apparently never met Jedi Master Yaddle, who left the council before the Clone Wars — a direct relationship between Grogu and Yoda is likely. Also, the longevity of the species and their high midi-chlorian counts suggest they may be more directly tied to the will of the Force than anyone suspects. Once again, we look to Tython with the hope its connection to the Force will shed more light on The Mandalorian s mysteries.The Mandalorian releases new episodes each Friday on Disney+.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

now I ve spoken to the white community or the community othering us, and now I m going to speak to my people because I really want this film to be about girls that look like me. And so I wanted it to have this full-circle moment where I start by pointing out the problem, pointing out all of the beauty that comes with being a Black woman, like your skin and your hair If your name is tied to your culture and your history, and it s a name that people want you to shorten, don’t let them unless you want them to, and let them know that it s okay to be exactly who you are without letting the media tell you.Williams: What was that pivotal moment when you no longer felt ashamed and were able to see your beauty? Dawson-Amoah: I don t know if it was a specific moment. It was, I mean, I m still learning it, I m still getting comfortable. But I guess the period of my life where I realized that it was a problem everywhere was when I came to school, because I came to school in New York specifically for the reason that I want to do film, but I also wanted to be in the melting pot. I wanted to be around like other people of color. And I got to New York, I got to my school specifically, and it was exactly the same. And I was, Okay, so this is just, this is a world issue, representation; it isn t just in my town. It wasn t different from my upbringing. It s a world issue. But also with that, I was able to meet people who had similar experiences. And I was like, Oh, okay. I can’t wait for the people around me to accept me for who I am, I just have to make that choice for myself. When I came to school, I kind of had this chance to start anew. So I remember I walked into class and the teacher was taking attendance and the teacher was like, What s your name? And I was like, Ewurakua,  and she said, Oh, can I call you something else? I said, No. That was the very first time that I told someone, No. Up until that point, I d be like, Oh yeah, look, I guess you can call me this or this. But at that moment I said, No, you can t call me another name. And I started going by Ewurakua – I guess that was the moment.Williams: There s spoken-word in the background of your film, but then you see these beautiful visions of Black women, different ages, sizes, and shapes. I really want you to speak more about why you wanted to go that route instead of having someone on screen, actually speaking these words to the audience.Dawson-Amoah: Poetry has always been a huge part of my creative process and I had never thought to integrate it one of my films before. And so for this, I wanted to marry visuals – extreme visuals – with poetry. I wanted it to not be someone speaking, just like someone speaking at you; I wanted it to feel as open as possible so that someone could place themselves in any of those scenes. I felt like the best way to do that was to have this voice going over all of these scenes and the scenes explaining what it means to be a Black woman and celebrating that.(Photo by Saskia De Borchgrave and Alexander Stavila)Williams: Can you tell me about your experience of making this film?Dawson-Amoah: It was a journey and a half! I mean, if someone had told me how expensive filmmaking was when I got to school, I don t know if I would have had as much confidence coming up as I did trying to figure out how to make it work on such a small budget. I m actually really grateful that I didn t have the budget that would have been amazing to have, because it forced me to be really creative about how I told my story outside and also the people I met along the way. So I did something that I enjoy doing: for all of the locations, there was a place that I grew up in, like there was a hill that was next to the school, the church was my church, one of the studios was a studio that I used to dance in as a little girl. And so all of those places were really personal and I got to meet people in the new places, where I would go to that person to explain my story, explain who I was, and then I m making a connection. I would also host ticketed open mic nights. All the proceeds would go towards the film, these little ways to get really creative, to make it work and to make it both exciting for the people who were giving to the project and then also actually make the project happen. There were also things that that didn t end up making the cut, but there was one scene that I fought for. I was like, I need a spider for this one scene because it s important to my culture. There s this folklore tale in my dad s culture called Anansi the Spider, and I really wanted to incorporate it into the film. So, I looked for a spider and I got a spider, we shot the scene and then I went into the editing room and it didn t work. And so things like that, where I would put all this energy into something and then realize it doesn t work and I would have to pivot and give away my babies through the process until I got to this piece There was a lot that went into it, budget and things like that scene –  something that no one sees – but it s always an exciting story to tell.Williams: What was your inspiration to become a filmmaker?Dawson-Amoah: Well my dad loves movies. He would always have Friday night movie nights where we would go to the Redbox or Blockbuster Video and bring home a movie and we would watch. And my mom really liked to watch plays. So, when I wasn t watching a movie with my dad, I got really, really into plays with my mom and I would memorize the scripts and in my room I would re-enact all of these storylines. But as I got older, I realized I wasn t acting storylines with people that look like me. Like, none of my favorite films back then had Black people in them. And when they did have Black people in it, they were either a side character or they were put in a stereotypical role or a comical role. The only time a Black person was in the lead role was when they were the butt of the joke. There wasn t a serious three-dimensional character. So, I started to rewrite my favorite movies and plays to have people that were Black and people that look like me, like girls who had tight curly hair that were the lead female character and like fellow women in bonnets, that were making fufu in the kitchen – just things that made me think of the people around me. Like, they had kente cloth in their house. And so I got really into that. And that s what started the reading side of it. Because I was like, if there s no one on screen that looks like this, maybe there aren t people writing people that look like this. So, I was like, okay, my goal s to be able to write scripts that have people that look like me so that one day I can have people that look like me on the screen.That was really the initial jumping off point for me. From a young age, I knew that I wanted to be a director, no matter what. I didn t tell my parents; I was a senior in high school and up until then I told them I wanted to be a forensic pathologist. That was only because on one of my favorite shows I watched that was what the lead character s job was. So, I just kept that narrative up until I applied to NYU. Then I was like, I actually really like doing this and thankfully they were really supportive of it. My dad, he s been my rock in this entire process. It s kind of his fault because he started my love for movies. I feel like deep down he knows that.Williams: How has directing To the Girl That Looks Like Me changed you as a director?Dawson-Amoah: It taught me how beautiful you can make something when you don t compromise on people. And I don t mean don t compromise at all, because compromise is something that just comes with life and comes to making; but compromise in that I knew I wanted to make a film with Black women, I made a film with Black women, and was able to come out of that knowing that I didn t say I can t find the people I want, maybe I should change my story. Knowing that I didn t do that was rewarding and something that I m going to bring to all of my future projects. So, if it ever looks like it s going to be hard, but I know that the thing that I want for the film is so important to my vision and my story, I m just going to remember how good it felt to make this film and then keep doing that for my future work.Williams: How has your experience been so far being accepted into the Scene in Color Film Series and being mentored by Will Packer?Dawson-Amoah: I m so excited to be mentored by someone who has the same passions and who makes sure that our community is on the screen. Will has been someone who s been showing us in his films since when no one in Hollywood was really doing that until recently. The fact that he was able to be so strong and do the stories he wanted to tell with the cast that you wanted to use a lot of his casts, like, they laugh, which is a really nice thing. I m just really excited to learn from someone who is able to fail a lot, knowing what they wanted to get at the end. I m also scared. This came out of nowhere and so I have my path where, Oh, what if I don t write something good? What if I m too stressed and I’m in over my head? When I first met him he was just so warm. I can already see him as an amazing mentor figure. So, I m just really excited to get started on this with a mentor who looks like me; this is the first time that I m going to have a mentor who looks like me, which is wild and that alone is worth celebrating.Williams: Are there any specific films Will Packer has made that has inspired you?Dawson-Amoah: Well, for me Girls Trip was I mean everyone, every age, creed, went out to see that film, it sold out so many theaters and basically you see Black joy on screen. Because in a lot of films, they show us going through it, but to sit down and just laugh the whole time and laugh and laugh and laugh, that’s something that inspires me. I love watching comedy. I love romance movies with Black people in them because it s something that we don t see a lot. We don t see Black joy, or it s like Black joy for a little bit, but there has to be some trauma in there, like something has to go wrong. And so that inspires me. Because I just love seeing Black people happy on the big screen. Media really does speak to people. Because people don t have the opportunity to be in New York, they don’t have the opportunity to be in melting-pot areas where they re able to see everyone, and the only thing you re seeing of our community are these negative portrayals, like everyone s gonna think that. And so, when we re able to see us in happy roles and lead roles, when the character is a journalist and successful professions like that, that does a lot for young girls and the surrounding communities as well. Williams: How do you want to see the representation of  Black Women in Film and Television evolve?Dawson-Amoah: I think it is important to have representation in front of and behind the camera. Something I saw when these initiatives started popping up that were talking about diversity, was that there d be commercials with people of color, smiling and giggling, but then you pull back the curtain and you look at who s holding the camera, who s saying action, who s yelling cut – who are the people who are on the crew? There s still those folks who have been in these positions for so long. I think representation has to be on both ends of the spectrum. You can t just have it for people on screen, if the people still calling the shots and still pulling the strings are the same people pulling the strings all this time. So I think representation in high seats is something that I want for the industry going forward. I want to walk into a job interview and my interviewer is Black. I want to be on set and the DP is a woman. I want to be able to see people all over the board, not just when it s convenient. It s not enough to just have us there as representation, but giving us the say in the writing room and in the roles that are actually going to be making the changes in the end.Williams: What advice would you give young up-and-coming filmmakers? Dawson-Amoah: Imposter syndrome is a scary thing. I think the biggest piece of advice I can give is to know that every single opportunity that happens to you happened to you for a reason – you belong in the room that you re sitting in, and you belong in the next room that you re going to be sitting in. All the doors that open for you were not opened for you by accident. So don t let anyone make that way and don t feel that way, especially our community. In this industry, a lot of my friends and myself, we get to these places – even this opportunity, I was like, Oh no, like maybe I don t deserve it, maybe people are gonna think this or that. I had to talk myself out of that space so many times. So I think the biggest piece of advice I can give is just to be so confident in yourself and in your successes, to take time to celebrate yourself and tell yourself that you deserve everything that s happening to you – because the world won t do that. It will tell you you don t deserve it. And it s not true.See more shorts and meet more filmmakers from the Scene in Color Film Series. HBO)The Night King flies in on a high pressure storm front and, with a wave of his hand, commands his followers to create wight bridges over the trench fires, so that the others can climb over them. The zombies crawl up and over the walls World War Z style.Arya fighting on the wall is awe-inspiring and strikes Ser Davos silent. It also prompts The Hound to get his ass in gear to save her.7. “Not Today”(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)Arya plays a deadly game of hide-and-seek with the wights who have made it inside Winterfell.There are too many of them. So now we know what was obscured in the darkness of the trailer: dozens of wights chasing our petite hero.When Beric and The Hound later come to her rescue, it’s almost as if Arya had given up. She stares almost helplessly when wights attack Beric, which is very unlike her. The trio retreats to a room where Melisandre has been hiding/waiting for them, and Beric dies.“What do we say to the god of death?” Melisandre asks Arya, which immediately summons the ghost of Syrio Forel (not literally).Arya: “Not today.”(Photo by HBO)8. Dragon Fight!(Photo by HBO)The dragons in the moonlight above the storm clouds is a beautiful image – this-dragon-moment-is-brought-to-you-by-Hallmark beautiful. But the scene later turns deadly as Jon and Rhaegal lock together in dragon battle against the Night King and wight dragon Viserion, who tears at his brother’s flesh and snaps his jaws at snack-sized Jon on Rhaegal’s back. The Night King tries to be smooth and grabs for his ice spear, but falls off (not to his death, of course – because that would be too easy).The scene of Winterfell from the air at this point, by the way, looks like a nighttime Burning Man riot: a circle of fire and waves of bodies flowing this way and that.Rhaegal goes down and Jon tumbles off. Daenerys tries dragonfire on the Night King on the ground, but he does not burn (like a Targaryen). She retreats when he aims a spear her way, but Jon pursues him on foot with Longclaw. The Night King raises a new army from the freshly dead, including those inside Winterfell – including, they make a point to show, Lyanna, Qhono, and Edd. Was that Podrick standing behind the Night King before he pimp-walked away? OMG, where’s Podrick?Wights, meanwhile, swarm Drogon, and Daenerys falls off.9. Tales from the Crypt(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)Tyrion laments that he’s not out there. Sansa says he’d be dead. Then he suggests they should’ve stayed married. She rightly notes his divided loyalties (aka “You loooove her, you want to marry her…”) for Daenerys.The dead rise in the crypt of Winterfell even (thanks for the heads-up, Jared Harris), and dusty, ancient Starks start tearing at people.Next time, maybe freeze them in carbonite?10. Theon and Jorah(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)The Night King swaggers into the godswood with his court. Bran: “Theon, you’re a good man. Thank you.” Theon charges the Night King and gets a spear thrust into his side.Elsewhere, when a wight wave threatens to overcome Daenerys, Ser Jorah puts himself between them and her and is mortally (maybe, probably) wounded protecting her. He leans on Heartsbane in his final stand.11. “Arya Stark” Becomes a Verb(Photo by HBO)Holy sh ! Arya killed the Night King. She takes a flying leap and, despite being caught by the throat, still manages to thrust that ancient Valyrian-steel dagger into his belly. (To Arya Stark someone will forever refer to that move.) He explodes, his court explodes, Viserion (who Jon has been dodging all this time) collapses to the ground in a pile of loose bones and ragged flesh, as do all of the other wights.(We heard echos of Jon’s voice: “How did you sneak up on me?”)(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)There’s a roll call of who’s still alive: Arya, Bran, Daenerys, Jorah (until he s not), Drogon, Jon, Tormund, Gendry, Grey Worm, Brienne, Jaime, Podrick, Tyrion, Sansa, Varys, his new little crypt birds, Missandei, Gilly and Little Sam (did anyone see Samwell Tarly in the roll call?), The Hound, Melisandre (until she isn’t), and Ser Davos. Where s Ghost!? Did Rhaegal survive?I hit “replay.”What was your favorite moment of the episode? Tell us in the comments!Game of Thrones airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on HBO.

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Originally released in Japan last July, Pokémon the Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution (2019) 44% — now streaming on Netflix — finally gives English-speaking audiences a chance to enjoy the fun. Here s a quick look at what it is and why it was done.What It Is: The new film, the 22nd installment in the film series, remakes the original released two decades ago, Pokémon: The First Movie (1999) 16%. The franchise has since expanded enormously in film, TV, comic books, video games, and toys.Synopsis of the Original Film: The adventure explodes into action with the debut of Mewtwo, a bio-engineered Pokemon created from the DNA of Mew, the rarest of all Pokemon. Determined to prove its superiority, Mewtwo lures Ash, Pikachu and others into a Pokemon match like none before.Mewtwo vs. Mew. Super-clones vs. Pokemon.It s the ultimate showdown with the very future of the world at stake! Why It Was Remade: Because animation has come so far, that telling a beloved story with fun, new tools double-dips into the story s earning potential. It allows kids of the Netflix generation (that is, kids who ve never known a world without streaming) a chance to discover the characters in a format using the high-production quality they ve come to expect.What Critics Said Then: Pokémon: The First Movie is a dose of extremely low-budget Japanimation that — were it only more proficiently executed — would rival Scooby Doo as the most astounding work of art in the 20th century. – Paul Tatara, CNN.comDoes the New Film Improve on the Original? Yes. While the story remains the same, the technical upgrade makes for a more immersive experience.What Critics Say Now: It doesn t reinvent the wheel, but Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution looks phenomenal thanks to its updated visuals, and the action-packed and epic battles help make this the perfect Pokémon movie for fans. – Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comHave a look at the top-to-bottom overhaul:Pokémon the Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution is now streaming on Netflix.

亚游国际九游会 Marvel Studios released a second full trailer for April’s Avengers: Endgame on Thursday. And now that Captain Marvel is out in theaters, it finally establishes Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) will be part of the roster as they take the fight back to Thanos (Josh Brolin). But as with so much of the Endgame publicity, it plays coy with the actual plot. For instance: we assume the mission takes them to that garden planet Thanos relaxes on at the end of Avengers: Infinity War. It is a solid guess based on shots in previous trailers and the later part of Marvel Comics’ The Infinity Gauntlet, but we don’t really know that it is part of “whatever it takes” to win the day. Some believe the Avengers will go elsewhere and even elsewhen to undo the Mad Titan s brutal Snap.Nonetheless, the trailer offers a few more clues to the film’s overall shape. Here are five of the things we gleaned from it.Tony Pulls Off One More Surprise(Photo by Marvel Studios)Despite both long-form trailers opening with Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) recording a final account to Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow), Tony can be spotted in the group shot toward the end – which features the team in Avengers-branded uniforms reported to allow them access to the Quantum Realm. Since that slow-motion group walk, featured in some form during every Endgame trailer (more on this later), takes place at the Avengers HQ, this means Tony makes it back to Earth before the final act of the film. We’re going to assume the Benatar (the Guardians of the Galaxy s ship) makes its way to Earth in that scene from the “Big Game Ad” in which Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo), and James Rhodes (Don Cheadle) look up at something mysterious. At the time, we thought Carol might be assisting the ship in landing, but eagle-eyed fans online noticed a mysterious gap in the composition between Rhodey and Bruce which could be Carol erased from the ad to conceal her presence in the film. With that in mind, we’re guessing either Thor (Chris Hemsworth) found them or Tony really did pull off one more surprise.Of course, there’s always the possibility the message will be delivered to Pepper after the Avengers complete their endgame. But we really don’t want to think about that yet.The Past Matters(Photo by Marvel Studios)The trailer opens with a very pointed reminder that Tony built the first Iron Man suit from scraps in a cave. It moves on to remind the audience of early moments from Captain America: The First Avenger and Thor. Rumors suggest time travel will help the Avengers defeat Thanos, so these shots may support that plot thread. Alternatively, the trailer could be setting up a big sacrifice as the three original Avengers with solo movies face down their endgame. It is no secret that Downey, Hemsworth, and Evans plan to walk away from the Marvel Cinematic Universe after the film makes its worldwide debut, but will their time within the studio s overarching story really end with their characters boldly dying to save the universe? That’s kind of epic, but we want more Thor after Thor: Ragnarok reset his tone.Scott’s Escape From The Quantum Realm May Be Ill-Timed(Photo by Marvel Studios)One thing we still don’t know about the film is just how much time has passed since the final moments of Infinity War and Endgame. According to some reports, it could be years. We’ve always subscribed to the thought that Endgame takes place a year later – more or less in real time with our world. There’s a nice extra-cinematic symmetry to that. But no matter how long the interval, it is clear Scott Lang’s (Paul Rudd) escape from the Quantum Realm will see him facing down the grim new reality without the Pym clan to explain it. Y know, since they all turned to ash in the Snap. The one featured shot of him in the new trailer sees him reacting to missing posters in the wake of the Snap; which means he will no doubt determine his family s survival before making his way to Avengers HQ. Some believe his ability to access the Quantum Realm will offer the Avengers a time travel portal, but in this scene, it is clear Scott has no ability to muck with time and must endure the pain of the Snap.But considering our next topic, Scott may join the Avengers sooner rather than later.Black Widow’s Going Back To Red(Photo by Marvel Studios)With all all the talk about time travel and the gap between the two films, it’s time to talk about Natasha Romanoff’s hair. That might seem silly, but the new trailer features Nat with a variety of styles, lengths and colors. And if anything marks the progression of time within the film, it is the return of the classic Black Widow look.But tracking that progression is not easy within the context of the second trailer. Going from Black Widow’s last appearance in it – when Thor meets Carol – her hair is short and blond as seen in Infinity War. In her first appearance in the trailer, in which she reconnects with Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) it seems to be longer, but still blond. Then, when Cap invokes the “not us” phrase from the Big Game ad, it’s clear she’s letting the blond grow out. When we see her again, suited up aboard a ship we presume is the Benatar, there are only a few streaks of blond remaining in her braided hair. During the hero walk, her hair is also predominate red, but we also see her with blond hair in the firing range sequence from the earlier trailers. Although, it does appear to be the length from the Clint Barton scene. Clearly, the film covers more time than we anticipated. Perhaps it covers the entire gap year and possibly more. It may also track the changes to the timeline should time travel come into play.Going back to Scott for a second, we noticed Nat’s hair is short in the Scott Lang stinger from the first trailer. If we assume her hair will be longer and red by the time the Avengers are ready for Thanos, Scott’s Quantum Realm exile following the Ant-Man and the Wasp stinger scene may not be that long at all. Perhaps his apparent mastery of the Quantum Realm will be a key part of the plan.Marvel went out of its way to hide Nat’s changing hairstyles until this trailer – we even suspect her key moment with Cap toward the end of the first trailer was altered to maintain her Infinity War hairstyle so giving it away now is rather telling.The Hero Walk Evolved(Photo by Marvel Studios)Also, while double-checking Black Widow’s appearances in the previous trailer and the Big Game ad, we noticed the hero walk featured in the new trailer and the TV ad actually appears in the first trailer as a completely empty Avengers HQ hangar bay. The addition of people across the first trailer, the Big Game Ad, and the second trailer feels as purposeful as revealing Nat’s hair color in the new trailer.The empty shot also occurs once more in this new preview. But in lieu of cutting to the profile shot of the group in the Big Game Ad, we see close-ups of the assembled Avengers in their coordinated uniforms. Cap leads the charge with Tony, Scott, Nebula (Karen Gillan), and Nat closely behind. Clint can also be seen alongside Rhodey; whose War Marchine armor has been painted to match the white-grey-red Avengers color scheme. In the Big Game version, the silhouettes include Cap, Scott, Nat (with the shorter hairstyle), Rocket (Bradley Cooper), Clint, Rhodey, and one completely mysterious shadow we’re going to assume is either Carol or Thor. Even though this scene keeps getting altered with each trailer, we’re going to assume this is nearly the full complement of heroes heading out into space to fight Thanos.(Photo by Marvel Studios)Of course, that leaves a few questions. For one, Bruce is notably absent from every version of the hero walk. Where is he? He could always be the mysterious shadow behind Rhodey. It is also possible Bruce’s arc needs to be obscured for reasons we will discover next month. Perhaps the heroes missing from the most recent version of the slo-mo walk are part of a frontal assault with a heavy-hitter team like Thor, Carol, and the Hulk, this is a possibility while the others go back in time to set up the tools necessary to undo the Snap.We also wonder why the team lacks for Wakandan representation. That nation definitely needs to repay Thanos for his “kindness,” and at least one capable Wakandan fighter survived the Snap. There’s still the question of Shuri’s (Letita Wright) survival following the Snap. She’s seen among the missing in a blink-and-you’ll-miss it moment from the first trailer. But considering all the alterations we discovered by just examining Black Widow’s hair, it is possible her very brief inclusion in the first trailer is there to obscure her Endgame situation; whether it be ascending to the throne or replacing Tony as the team’s tech wiz. And even if she did end up turning to dust, we hope the Avengers will extend an invitation to Okoye (Danai Gurira) to join them in the final conflict. Her face is on the new poster, after all.Avengers: Endgame opens everywhere on April 26.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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