亚博老虎机网页版采用百度引擎3（Baidu 3）(Photo by Netflix)Move over, “Is Die Hard a Christmas movie?” The internet’s hottest new debate is about the Netflix movie that launched a thousand memes, Bird Box.The thriller stars Sandra Bullock as a woman tasked with ushering a pair of young, cherubic children over the river and through the woods. The catch? They’re blindfolded the whole time to protect themselves against supernatural entities that cause your death if you see them.In addition to inspiring people around the world to blindfold themselves and grievously injure their bodies in the name of memes — Netflix had to issue a warning against participating in the “Bird Box Challenge” because it is 2019 and we’re all doin’ it for the gram, even if it’ll cause us to trip over furniture and give ourselves massive bruises — the film has also sparked serious debate about whether or not it is actually a good movie.Just search “Bird Box” on Twitter to find the extremely divided discourse. It’s an argument that has spread to the Rotten Tomatoes staff, too, with some passionately pro and some vehemently against the film as a whole. In fact, we got so heated about it that we’ve outlined the two main arguments below. The Tomatometer is split: The movie is sitting at 62%.Help us settle another movie debate: Is Bird Box a suspenseful masterpiece, or just a boring, two-hour-long setup for memes? Below, we present an argument representing each side of the debate from a passionate RT staffer, but it’s up to you to make the call. Read on and vote below!Yes, Bird Box Is A Terrifying, Claustrophobic Masterpiece(Photo by Netflix)There’s a reason we’re entering 2019 with scraped knees and black eyes: Bird Box challenge! And there’s a reason we’re covering our eyes like fools and navigating the twists and turns of our own homes: Bird Box! Susanne Bier’s masterful little shocker is every bit as good as A Quiet Place — there, we said it — a suspense flick with a masterful conceit, killer set pieces, and something to say. What elevates Bird Box, however, are the performances: Sandra Bullock is incredibly compelling as the tough Malorie (“Boy! Girl!”) while John Malkovich keeps things tense in the house with big globs of smarmy menace. Also, Bird Box has just confirmed that Trevante Rhodes, whom many of us first met in Moonlight, is a superstar in the making (and that bod, though). The true measure of a horror flick is whether it sticks in the memory, if its disturbing imagery and spine-shattering scares linger. And by that measure — at least, going by the Internet — Bird Box is a classic.No, Bird Box is an Overrated, Scare-Free Mess(Photo by Netflix)There’s a reason we entered 2019 scratching our heads and going, “huh?” The Internet had been hijacked by a new Netflix flick called Bird Box and frankly, we just didn’t get it. Because… Bird Box is actually terrible. Full respect to director Susanne Bier, who’s done some really great stuff in the past, but the movie feels like it was made by someone wearing a blindfold. There’s almost zero suspense — how did they manage to botch even the scene with the car sensors! — and the central threat is about as menacing as The Happening’s threatening vegetation. When anything like tension starts to creep in, we’re suddenly back on the river for cinema’s most tedious white water rafting adventure. And don’t get us started on Bullock’s post-apocalyptic hair and makeup — impeccable and totally confounding. The only thing scary about Bird Box is the strong likelihood of a sequel.
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9.51.2 8月喜迎Mark Ellis and his cult followers Maude Garrett, Scott Mantz, and Jacqueline Coley are here to talk about Quentin Tarantino s 9th film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, an unrestrained, nostalgic trip through 1969 Los Angeles. But does it justify its nearly 3-hour runtime? And how was the mega-pairing of Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio? What about Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate? Is this the most Tarantino movie ever or the least? All topics are on the table in this spoiler-heavy talk!Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is in theaters now.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
Ah, the holidays. A time for cozy clothes and lots of shows. And with so many great debuts — from family-favorite sequels to refreshing feel good rom-coms — we think this year s slate of new holiday TV and streaming movies are sure to earn a place alongside your favorite holiday classics. So in no particular order, here are our picks for the top 5 best new holiday TV and streaming movies of the year on this week s Binge Guide.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
Want to know if your favorite television series is among the latest cancelled TV shows? Bookmark this page to learn about Netflix cancelled shows, when network series get the axe, and which cable TV limited series are being reworked as anthologies to squeeze every single drop of fan love out of them.How it works: Renewals are obvious: new season = yay! When a network or streaming service announces that they re not making another season of a show, however, we count that as cancelled (or canceled if you spell it without SEO considerations). Sure, some shows come to a natural end, but someone somewhere said enough, and to avoid endless discussions about whether a title was cancelled or retired — One Day at a Time and Marvel’s Helstrom were cancelled, but His Dark Materials will come to a natural conclusion — we re going with the one designation. Feel free to debate specific titles in the comments if you wish. But first: learn which series will live on, which were renewed and then cancelled (thanks, COVID-19), and which have simply reached their expiration date.
The latest from auteur filmmaker Noah Baumbach, his second for Netflix, premiered at the Venice Film Festival on Thursday to a combination of discomfort and laughter. Marriage Story is a tale of divorce starring Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson that’s clearly semi-autobiographical, and to the majority of critics in attendance, it’s also a personal triumph for the director. This is likely to be an awards contender for at least members of the ensemble cast, and maybe the screenplay. Still, if you’re not a fan of Baumbach, this might not change your mind.Here’s what critics are saying about Marriage Story:How does it compare to Baumbach s other work?Arguably Baumbach’s opus, his best film to date. Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist[It’s] easily the wisest film of his career, one that’s only sharpening. Joshua Rothkopf, Time OutIt is Baumbach’s funniest, most fine-grained picture since 2012’s Frances Ha. Robbie Collin, Daily TelegraphWith Marriage Story, Baumbach cements his reputation as one of this generation’s leading humanist filmmakers. Alonso Duralde, The WrapThis is the work of a filmmaker in full command of his powers. Jon Frosch, Hollywood ReporterMarriage Story is the Noah Baumbach movie we’ve been waiting for. It’s better than good; it’s more than just accomplished… this, at long last, is Baumbach’s breakthrough into the dramatic stratosphere. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyWill his fans like it?[It] develops a unique tone that even Baumbach fans may not fully recognize at first… Marriage Story reflects a new level of narrative sophistication. Eric Kohn, IndieWireYes, this is another movie about the misadventures of relatively wealthy, straight white people. That may, understandably, put some people off. Richard Lawson, Vanity FairThose who find themselves impatient with Baumbach’s cozy self-reflective world of pampered middle-class intellectuals will not take any comfort here. Fionnuala Halligan, Screen International(Photo by Netflix)How is the script?Baumbach’s brilliant screenplay never falters or hits a wrong note… he writes scenes that are like verbal arias. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyExpertly scripted by Baumbach as a showcase for subtle, natural monologuing. Joshua Rothkopf, Time OutMarriage Story is at its best when it just the two leads talking in a room. David Jenkins, Little White LiesBaumbach has a real knack for witty, eccentric and yet natural-sounding dialogue something which Marriage Story definitely lives up to. Thomas Humphrey, ScreenAnarchyIs it reminiscent of any other films?Kramer vs. Kramer, Scenes from a Marriage, and Shoot the Moon… Marriage Story makes a worthy addition to that canon. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyYou may be reminded of Kramer vs. Kramer, but that movie, for all its fireworks, was lopsided. Joshua Rothkopf, Time OutNot since David Fincher’s Zodiac has a movie placed such absorbing emphasis on the jigsaw puzzle of searching for solutions that may never fully resolve themselves. Eric Kohn, IndieWireThe film that came to mind while watching Noah Baumbach’s punishingly incisive dissection of a messy break-up and divorce was… in fact Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park. David Jenkins, Little White LiesI was often reminded of Arnaud Desplechin’s A Christmas Tale, a film I can watch multiple times and always find myself siding and empathizing with a different member of a combative, dysfunctional family. Alonso Duralde, The WrapLike Ingmar Bergman’s Scenes from a Marriage — an inevitable influence — this is a tough piece of work, steeped in pain. Jon Frosch, Hollywood ReporterWill it make us all feel miserable?Somehow, in spite of the bleakness of the subject matter, it feels more redemptive than despairing. Geoffrey Macnab, IndependentIt’s wrenching stuff to be sure, but it’s also excruciatingly funny, loaded with empathy, compassion, and understanding. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistTonally, the film is mostly upbeat: Adam Driver makes for the nicest, friendliest, most lovable gaslighter in the history of cinema. David Jenkins, Little White LiesBaumbach seeks to mine his material for laughs, no matter how desperate the situation becomes. Xan Brooks, GuardianMarriage Story puts you through the wringer, but leaves you exhilarated at having witnessed a filmmaker and his actors surpass themselves. Jon Frosch, Hollywood ReporterDoes Baumbach do a good job mixing tones?Baumbach performs a brilliant balancing act. Alonso Duralde, The WrapSometimes the film’s erratic zaniness undermines the gnarly vérité of its darker moments, but mostly Marriage Story is well balanced. Richard Lawson, Vanity FairBaumbach finds the perfect blend of humor, humanity, heart and yes, suffering, to create an utterly compelling, harrowingly three-dimensional portrait of divorce. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistSpeaking of balance, is the story one-sided?Marriage Story may often resemble a tug of war between its stars, but it’s on both of their sides. Robbie Collin, Daily TelegraphSome will say Marriage Story favors Charlie… but Baumbach is at once hard on, and forgiving of, the two characters, and audience sympathies will likely seesaw. Jon Frosch, Hollywood ReporterPut it this way, in its core DNA, when it drifts off to sleep at night, Marriage Story’s true heart is in New York (Baumbach’s home), not L.A. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistThere’s a way in which Baumbach seems to want to tip the scales of sympathy toward the guy in the story—Nicole’s behavior sometimes comes off as a little too ruthless. Stephanie Zacharek, TimeIt ll be interesting to see what side you come out on… whether or not you come out feeling that one side wins too heavily over the other in the war for your sympathy. Thomas Humphrey, ScreenAnarchyHow are the performances?Johansson delivers brilliantly textured work. Xan Brooks, Guardian[Johansson’s] ability to carry some of the movie’s more frustrating showdowns illustrate her capacity to look stern and fragile at once. Eric Kohn, IndieWireDriver, in particular, the stand-out MVP if you had to name just one of the leads. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistProps especially go to Adam Driver, who at times is the best I have yet seen him. Thomas Humphrey, ScreenAnarchyDriver gives a bold performance… his choices add great depth to the role as written: he would seem a natural for awards attention here. Fionnuala Halligan, Screen InternationalBoth manage to outdo themselves. Alonso Duralde, The WrapThe sensational leads deliver the deepest, most alive and attuned performances of their careers. Jon Frosch, Hollywood ReporterBoth have major awards potential. Richard Lawson, Vanity Fair(Photo by Netflix)Are there any other standouts?A phenomenal Laura Dern. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistOne of the pleasures here lies in three tremendous performances from Laura Dern, Alan Alda and Ray Liotta as the LA lawyers who represent the couple. Geoffrey Macnab, IndependentAlda’s real-life Parkinson’s tremors fuel what may be his saddest performance. Eric Kohn, IndieWireAll hail Julie Hagerty, utterly sublime as Nicole’s ditzy pant-suited wine mom. David Jenkins, Little White LiesRobertson eschews any and all artificial cute-kid tics and delivers a genuine performance. Alonso Duralde, The WrapAre there any big complaints?The film can sometimes manipulate events into scenarios which aren’t entirely convincing. Fionnuala Halligan, Screen InternationalMarriage Story definitely doesn t always get it right. It s not entirely tonally pitch perfect. Thomas Humphrey, ScreenAnarchyWill it affect our own marriage?It’s well worth your time. Maybe don’t watch it with your spouse, though. Richard Lawson, Vanity FairMarriage Story also serves as a kind of horror movie preview, an inadvertent cautionary tale, that leaves you rushing to get home to your partner and treat them as well as possible for as long as possible. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistMarriage Story premiered at the Venice Film Festival on August 29, 2019. It will open in limited theatrical release on November 6 and be available to stream on Netflix on December 6.
(Photo by Photo By: Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)Updated March 10, 2020Netflix announced its first planned series with Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers’ Shondaland in 2018. In fact, there was so much drama and scintillating programming on the original development slate from the Scandal alums that Rhimes said in a statement then that this is Shondaland 2.0. So, what exactly, does Shondaland 2.0 look like? The first of these shows is supposed to hit Netflix in 2020, which means we ll be updating this list as more news becomes available.Inventing Anna Will Star Ozark Emmy-Winner Julia GarnerRhimes is creating and exec-producing Inventing Anna based on the New York magazine story about con artist Anna Delvey.Remember that viral story about a young and posh 20-something who duped Manhattan’s elite (even one Vanity Fair staffer) into believing she was an heiress? Well, according to the press release, Rhimes is going to make us wonder again if “she[’s] the stuff American dreams are made of or is she New York s biggest con woman?” and “is it a con if you enjoy being taken?” It was later announced that the series would be called Inventing Anna. It will star Ozark Emmy winner Julia Garner as the titular troublemaker and Veep’s Anna Chlumsky as a reporter with a lot to prove who becomes embroiled in her web. The cast also includes Jennifer Esposito, Laverne Cox, and Scandal s Katie Lowes and Jeff Perry.The New York article mentioned Delvey’s penchant for shopping fancy designers like Acne and Rick Owens, so it s also exciting that Scandal costume designer Lyn Paolo is credited on this series too.Bridgerton, Where Gossip Girl and Downton Abbey Meet?One of the first Shondland-Netflix collabs to hit the streaming site will be Bridgerton, a scripted soap set in the high society of Regency London, according to The Hollywood Reporter. It will be narrated by none other than Julie Andrews as the unseen gossip writer Lady Whistledown, while For the People’s Regé-Jean Page plays a duke who has his pick of the ladies, and Younger’s Phoebe Dynevor will play debutant Daphne Bridgerton.The series is described as a “smart, feminist take on Regency England romance [that] unveils the glittering, wealthy, sexual, painful, funny, and sometimes lonely lives of the women and men in London s high society marriage mart.” Chris Van Dusen, who is an alum of the Grey’s Anatomy, Private Practice, and Scandal writers’ rooms — and therefore knows a ton about steamy trysts — is adapting author Julia Quinn’s best-selling book series.Anna Deavere Smith Adapts The Warmth of Other Suns(Photo by Photo By: Jason Mendez/Everett Collection)Esteemed playwright Anna Deavere Smith is making a TV show based on the Great Migration. Smith, who also appeared in Shondaland’s ABC drama For the People, is adapting author Isabel Wilkerson’s best-selling historical non-fiction The Warmth of Other Suns into a series that the press release promises will track “the decades-long migration of African-Americans fleeing the Jim Crow South in search of a better life in the North and the West between 1916 and 1970.”Smith will also appear in Rhimes Inventing Anna.California-Set Historical Drama PlannedMad Men and Gilmore Girls alum Janet Leahy is creating a series currently titled Pico Sepulveda, which is set in the 1840s when the state we now associate with Silicon Valley, Hollywood, and the beach was then part of Mexico. The press release says it will follow “the end of an idyllic era there as American forces threaten brutality and war at the border to claim this breathtaking land for its own” and sounds like an excellent companion for those who enjoyed the Netflix miniseries Godless, which has an 89% Fresh Tomatometer score.There’s also a dark comedy set at a summer camp.(Photo by Photo By: Dee Cercone/Everett Collection)Writer-actress Jill Alexander — you may remember her as the oft-fired Hooli staffer Patrice from HBO’s Silicon Valley — is creating this half-hour series, titled Sunshine Scouts. The plot sounds ideal for anyone who enjoys Netflix’s teen-focused dark comedies like I Am Not Okay With This (85% on the Tomatometer): “An apocalyptic disaster spares a rag-tag group of teenage girls at sleep-away camp who must then summon their moxie and survival skills to weather the fallout and ensure all that remains of humanity abides by the Sunshine Scout Law.”Shondaland to Adapt Ellen Pao’s Silicon Valley–Set Tell-AllNetflix and Shondaland have acquired the rights to Ellen Pao’s groundbreaking memoir. Reset: My Fight for Inclusion and Lasting Change details the former Reddit interim CEO s life and career, including the lawsuit she brought against her former employer Kleiner Perkins that triggered lasting media attention to sexism in Silicon Valley and foreshadowed the Time’s Up movement (in which Rhimes and Beers have both been active). Netflix has yet to announce a head writer or an official title.Scandal Is Over, but Shondaland Hasn’t Left WashingtonAlso on the docket for an adaptation: Kate Andersen Brower’s non-fiction book, The Residence: Inside the Private World of the White House. While a head writer has not been named and the series does not have an official title, we are told that the series will follow in the footsteps of Brower’s book and give an “accurate insider’s account of White House residence staffers and the upstairs downstairs lives they share with the First Families at one of the most famous homes in history.”Shondaland Fave Debbie Allen Featured in Dance Doc(Photo by ©MGM/Courtesy Everett Collection)Tentatively titled Hot Chocolate Nutcracker, this documentary will go behind the scenes of the Grey’s Anatomy star’s (and frequent Shondaland series director) infamous Debbie Allen Dance Academy as they reimagine the classic ballet The Nutcracker with an inclusive cast and a blend of dance traditions. Oliver Bokelberg, who was the directing producer on Scandal, will serve as director, cinematographer, and producer.Pucker Up to Netflix Anthology Series Notes on LoveShondaland continues to add to its development slate, which now includes the anthology series Notes on Love. Announced in 2019, this episodic anthology series will explore the “unexpected, life-changing, euphoric, hilarious, surreal, and all-consuming places where love intersects with our lives,” Variety reports. The first season, which will focus on marriage, includes episodes penned by Rhimes, Norman Lear and Aaron Shure, Steve Martin, Diane Warren, To All the Boys author Jenny Han, and Shrill author Lindy West and her husband, Ahamefule J. Oluo. 不管是选择英雄，还是等待游戏加载，我不说这是手游，你可能都以为我放了端游的截图。为了更好地给大家展示游戏细节，世超决定表演个本命亚索给大家看看。