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It’s been 14 years since the release of Borat, which was among the most acclaimed (91% on the Tomatometer) and highest-grossing movies of 2006, as well as an eventual Oscar nominee, and now we’re getting an unexpected sequel. Sacha Baron Cohen is back as the titular fake reporter from Kazakhstan in Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm, debuting this weekend exclusively on Amazon Prime.Is it very nice, as he would say? Initial reviews indicate that yes, the follow-up mostly lives up to the original in its shock and hilarity while actually surprising viewers with its tenderness and especially a scene-stealing newcomer who plays Borat’s daughter.Here’s what critics are saying about Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm:Does it live up to the original?Every bit as hysterically funny and shockingly outrageous as its predecessor.  Doug Jamieson, The Jam ReportA laugh-out-loud-funny sequel that s every bit the equal of — and arguably something more than — its 2006 predecessor.  Peter Canavese, Groucho ReviewsA hilarious endeavor not far removed from the hijinks and antics of its predecessor.  Nate Adams, The Only CriticA parody on par with the original… Borat has lost none of his bite.  Peter Debruge, VarietyThe rare comedy follow-up to equal the hilarity, and outraged power, of its predecessor.  Nick Schager, The Daily BeastIt doesn’t have the full capacity to land like the original did, but it’s most definitely a worthy follow-up.  Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendIs Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm as good as the original? No. It’s certainly not. It isn’t really in the same league. But is that even really a fair question?  Matt Oakes, Silver Screen RiotFalls short of its imperfect but zeitgeist-grabbing 2006 predecessor in several ways.  John DeFore, Hollywood Reporter(Photo by ©Amazon)Is it more of the same?Does Borat still say mai waif, and is it still funny? The answer, for the most part, is yes. Jon Dieringer, Screen SlateAll you want to do is see Borat cause chaos…. When he does so, it’s still pretty spectacular. Kyle Pinion, ScreenRexThe film is entertaining, but that’s what you’d expect from Cohen. However, the film can’t escape from its lack of originality. Dewey Singleton, AwardsWatchBorat 2 is largely the same design, slightly tweaked for a modern age, but never as politically or socially relevant as you’d expect. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistHow is it different?It’s applied more purposefully and selectively this time around, with a partisan political bent absent from the original feature’s free-for-all offending. Charles Bramesco, Little White LiesMore than half of the film’s gotcha scenes feature him donning cartoonishly American disguises… Even with this hindrance, Borat’s central gimmick continues to work astoundingly well. Nick Schager, The Daily BeastWhat elevates moments of the sequel above the original movie is that there are sketches that prove to be endearing. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyThere is actual heart in this film… It adds a compelling tonal complexity to the piece that also enhances the themes without getting in the way of the comedy. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendUnlike the first movie, this outrageous sequel actually manages to show off the best [that humanity has to offer] as well. Charlie Ridgeley, ComicBook.com(Photo by ©Amazon)But is it different enough to convert new fans?Offensive, frequently shocking and often breathtaking… for Borat fans, that’ll be very nice. For anyone else, you need to stay as far away as possible because it s not for you. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyThere are a couple of cringe-worthy moments, depending on how much of Cohen’s crude humor you’re willing to put up with. Matt Rodriguez, ShakefireIs it funny?I haven’t laughed this hard at a film in years… [It] contains one of the funniest sequences ever committed to film. Doug Jamieson, The Jam ReportIt s every bit as nerve-wracking as it is funny, and it happens to be one of the funniest films in years. Charlie Ridgeley, ComicBook.comThose on Cohen s wavelength will savor each of these 96 minutes, with a joke rate that blows even Airplane! out of the water. Peter Canavese, Groucho ReviewsThere’s no limit to how far Cohen will go, and while it’s funny, it’s also terrifying knowing that there are people out there who truly believe his character. Matt Rodriguez, ShakefireHow is Maria Bakalova as Borat s daughter?Maria Bakalova is everything that the movie needs. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendMatching Cohen for each pound of flesh, Bakalova is a revelation. Matt Oakes, Silver Screen RiotBrilliant… She brings a freshness that is sometimes lacking from Borat s repeated catchphrases. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyOne of the most fearless performances in screen comedy history. Charles Bramesco, Little White LiesBaron Cohen’s film also contains a strong feminist message thanks to the introduction of the brilliant newcomer Marina Bakalova. Linda Marric, The Jewish Chronicle(Photo by ©Amazon)Are the unscripted segments satisfying?The film’s meat-and-potatoes candid camera stunts are more of a mixed bag. Jon Dieringer, Screen SlateScripted scenes together don t work quite as well as when they re pranking people. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyI found myself disappointed by the relative lack of Cohen’s unscripted brilliance. Matt Oakes, Silver Screen RiotThe dispiriting truth is that Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm’s staged pranks can’t compete with our awful reality. Josh Larsen, LarsenOnFilmIt’s important to acknowledge that in an era of deep fakes, it’s not always clear what Baron Cohen got away with and what has been shaped in the editing room. Peter Debruge, VarietyWhat can you tell us about the ending?The ending of the film is jaw-dropping. I’m not exaggerating when I say this. My mouth was absolutely agape… It’s a third act you’ve got to see to believe. Kyle Pinion, ScreenRexNothing can prepare you for what they’ve delivered, particularly a riotous third act that genuinely left me in hysterics. Doug Jamieson, The Jam ReportWatching it, your brain turns into an exclamation point. Sonia Saraiya, Vanity FairThe film s climactic moment is like shooting fish in a barrel. Adam Graham, Detroit NewsFeels in bad taste, even by Borat s standards… It’s the sequel s big misstep and feels unnecessary. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyRyan FujitaniIs Borat even relevant any more?The George W. Bush era needed a Borat, and the Trump years make him painfully redundant. John DeFore, Hollywood ReporterWe don’t need Cohen to show us the underbelly anymore; you only need YouTube or a family dinner nowadays. Matt Oakes, Silver Screen RiotBaron Cohen delivers a biting satire that says more about the state of America than practically anything else this year This is precisely the film we need right now. Doug Jamieson, The Jam ReportIt does go far enough to try and prove that even those we see as too far gone can have a change of mind and heart… We really should ve listened to him the first time around. Charlie Ridgeley, ComicBook.comAmid all of the insanity of 2020, it’s incredible that Borat 2 actually got made – and we’re lucky we did because it is the movie we need right now. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema Blend[It’s] exactly what we all need right now. Linda Marric, The Jewish ChronicleBorat: Subsequent Moviefilm will debut on Amazon Prime on October 26, 2020.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News. H.G. Wells’ serialized novel The War of the Worlds was first published in the late 19th century, telling the story of a Martian invasion and attempted extermination of our planet after the English writer had already delivered The Time Machine, The Invisible Man, and The Island of Dr. Moreau. Wells’ works have been adapted several times in several different formats over the last 90 years, but never as memorably or successfully as the repeated attempts to breathe life into this timeless allegory. There was Orson Welles’ infamous 1938 radio broadcast, which panicked a nation and later inspired the backstory for Buckaroo Banzai, and Byron Haskin’s 1953 film is considered one of the seminal science-fiction films of its era. But in 2005, Steven Spielberg re-teamed with his Minority Report star Tom Cruise to offer a modern take on War of the Worlds, one that represented the culmination of the director s shift away from the idealist who once encouraged his audiences to watch the skies. On its 15th anniversary, we look back at what made War of the Worlds so effective, how it fits in Spielberg s filmography, and why it might actually be his most terrifying film.A GRADUAL PERSPECTIVE SHIFT(Photo by Universal Pictures)As early as 1964, when a 17-year-old Spielberg made a 0, 140-minute film called Firelight, his view towards the night skies (as well as life in general) represented more of a hopeful outlook than a cynical one. (He once questioned the screenplay of Used Cars for suggesting that politicians were in it just for the grift.) 1977 s Close Encounters of the Third Kind isn t exactly a glowing endorsement of fatherhood, but it ultimately concludes on an optimistic note, and in 1982 s beloved E.T., the greatest threat comes not from space or its alien visitor, but from humanity itself.Spielberg really began to embrace the darker elements of science fiction first in 1993 s Jurassic Park and its immediate sequel, both cautionary tales of human arrogance, and then in Stanley Kubrick’s long-gestating A.I.: Artificial Intelligence, which he took over upon Kubrick s death. In the latter film, David the robot undergoes a harrowing journey in his search to become human that culminates in a touching but melancholy scene set after the extinction of humanity. Spielberg s follow-up the very next year, the Philip K. Dick adaptation Minority Report, then presented a world in which literal thought police are in charge and abusing their power in Washington D.C. Still, all of those films feel like a prelude to War of the Worlds, which drops all pretense, pulls out all the stops, and delivers a pulse-pounding survival thriller set into motion by the arrival of a deadly, relentless enemy from the skies. Gone are the days of Close Encounters  musical tones of peace and the healing power of E.T. s glowing finger, replaced by darker themes inspired by real life events.THE UNOFFICIAL  9/11 TRILOGY (Photo by (c)DreamWorks, (c)Paramount, (c)Universal courtesy Everett Collection)While Spielberg never formally gave them a name the way fellow directors like John Carpenter (The Thing, Prince of Darkness, In the Mouth of Madness = The Apocalypse Trilogy) or Oliver Stone (Platoon, Born on the Fourth of July, Heaven Earth = The Vietnam Trilogy) did with their own work, his three films from 2004 and 2005 trade in common themes and fears stemming from the attacks on US landmarks on September 11, 2001. The Terminal from 2004 is often dismissed as a whimsical Capra-esque vehicle for Tom Hanks, but it s also a fable about the trepidation of outsiders entering our country. Stanley Tucci’s customs director even attempts to make Hanks trapped immigrant admit that he is afraid of his home country in exchange for passage to ours. At the end of 2005, Spielberg directly tackled the terrorist attack at the 1972 Olympics in Munich. That film’s government-sponsored revenge unit epitomizes the never-ending violence-begets-violence message, justifying its supposed righteousness with misinformation, and Spielberg ends the film with the less than subtle final image of the still-standing twin towers of the World Trade Center.In between The Terminal and Munich came War of the Worlds, which might not seem at first glance to be an obvious thematic fit, despite its heavily allegorical source material. But when Dakota Fanning s young Rachel asks Is it the terrorists? as she ducks for cover in the back of a van and her brother Robbie (Justin Chatwin) echoes the question moments later, it draws a straight line to the events of 9/11, and the references don t stop there. The alien enemy of the film emerges with weapons buried within Earth itself, like a terrorist cell waiting in hiding for the moment to strike. As Tom Cruise s Ray seeks shelter for himself and his kids at his ex-wife s home, a passenger plane comes crashing down into the neighborhood. Spielberg isn t dabbling in shameless exploitation, though; he never asks us to marvel at the special effects or  ooh and ahh as buildings are leveled the way we whooped and guffawed through Independence Day. When Ray returns home after the initial attack, the realization that the ash on his face belongs to the disintegrated people he ran through pulls him out of shock into a moment of panic, and it s equally terrifying for the audience, for both its literal and figurative significance.ABSENT SAVIORS(Photo by (c)Paramount courtesy Everett Collection)Spielberg’s relationship with his own parents particularly his father is well documented in his filmography and further fleshed out in Susan Lacy’s 2017 HBO documentary. Understandably, in War of the Worlds, Cruise’s Ray is not exactly the father figure his estranged children need in their time of distress. At the beginning of the film, he s a divorced deadbeat dad who doesn t know what to do with the limited time he gets with his kids when they arrive for the weekend, leaving Rachel to order her own food and watch TV while he sleeps; Robbie, who insists on calling Ray by his first name out of spite, seizes the opportunity to take his dad s car out for a spin. When they make their daring escape from the city later, Ray also appears to be unaware of his daughter’s claustrophobia or her peanut butter allergy. Father of the Year material he is not, but he s the only hope his children have for salvation.Meanwhile, their fellow humans begin to grow desperate, turning on one another in the tradition of everything from Night of the Living Dead to The Mist. The darker religious connotations of the latter have a more pointed role in 1953 s The War of the Worlds. One priest is martyred early in the film for attempting communication with the Martians, but when they attack the church where a group of survivors have gathered to sing and pray during the film s climax, they meet their downfall, as if by divine intervention. By contrast, in Spielberg’s version, a church is the first major building to suffer destruction from the enemy as they emerge from underground. God is pushed out of the way right at the onset, resulting in one less reason for the helpless to look to the sky.SPIELBERG S MOST TERRIFYING FILMThis may be a controversial claim, given that Steven Spielberg is responsible for two of the all-time most popular terror rides (Jaws and Jurassic Park) and at least an assist on a third (Poltergeist, which he produced and co-wrote), but it s certainly worthy of debate. He drops us in the water and then traps us on the Orca in Jaws  never let anyone tell you this is not a horror film but the whole affair is splashed with a great deal of adventure. Jurassic Park s velociraptors, dilophosauruses, and T-Rex can hunt and chase you down both out in the open and in a kitchen, but the experience is also filled with the benign wonder of the first dino sighting, along with a sick triceratops and a sneezy brachiosaurus.War of the Worlds has no iconic John Williams theme that you can play over a loudspeaker and feel a sense of euphoric warmth; the music is as eerie and menacing as the aliens’ call-to-arms (a seven-trumpets-like signal that would later be repurposed for humor in Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping). Spielberg never lets his foot off the gas, even when Ray and his kids are only walking or hiding. Moments that feel appropriated from his earlier works find fresh life here, most notably the cat-and-mouse game played with an alien tentacle in a basement that recalls the kitchen scene from Jurassic Park as well as the mechanical spiders in Minority Report. There s even a subtle nod to Spielberg s Poltergeist screenplay when Ray reassures Rachel that lightning never strikes in the same place twice.In between, Spielberg dreams up new nightmares, from a dead body floating in a stream that s soon followed by hundreds more to a flaming train that blazes past Ray and the kids as they make their way to a ferry with a massive crowd of fellow refugees. The ill-fated ferry ride itself is a horrifying set-piece well beyond the nightmares of Sheriff Brody, Jaws heroic lawman, who also never had to decide whether to save his kids by killing Mayor Vaughn, whose crimes against humanity were far greater than just making too much noise, like Tim Robbins Harlan. The throwaway moment of a blood bank announcing that they have more blood than we can use is alternately ominous and reassuring, but paired with the sight of an alien tripod harvesting a human being and spewing their blood across the landscape, it offers little comfort. There is nowhere to run, nowhere to hide.CONTEMPORARY RELEVANCE(Photo by Paramount Pictures)War of the Worlds is usually not regarded with the same deference as Spielberg’s other timeless blockbusters, but it may surprise some to learn that it is still Tom Cruise’s highest-grossing domestic film with over 4 million at the box office. The ending remains a point of contention for critics of the film, and some still can t forgive the climactic resurrection of one character. But like many films, its reputation has changed with the times, and the one we are living through now, on the film s 15th anniversary, is its own reflective nightmare. Today, a mass gathering of sardine-packed crowds is a bad omen, but H.G. Wells himself indirectly predicted what it might take for us to come to our senses, and Spielberg s film expands on the notion.The die is cast early with Rachel’s splinter; Ray warns her it will get infected if he does not remove it, but she calmly states that when it’s ready, my body will just push it out. As the film ends and Morgan Freeman s voice is heard explaining its ultimate deus ex machina, we are left with these words: “From the moment the invaders arrived, breathed our air, ate, and drank, they were doomed. They were undone, destroyed, after all of man’s weapons and devices had failed, by the tiniest creatures that God, in His wisdom, put upon this Earth. By the toll of a billion deaths, man had earned his immunity, his right to survive among this planet’s infinite organisms. And that right is ours against all challenges, for neither do men live, nor die, in vain.” The mere thought that the tables have turned, that we ourselves could now be the ones undone by God s tiniest creatures, is scarier than any shark or any dinosaur, and it s a stark reminder of how prescient the best science fiction can be.Where You Can Watch It NowFandangoNOW (rent/own), Amazon (rent/own), Google (rent/own), iTunes (rent/own), Vudu (rent/own)War of the Worlds was released on June 29, 2005.
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2. 公平游戏环境
Marvel Studios phase concept is a curious thing. Originally designed as a loose grouping of films between Avengers installments, the notion of a block of individual stories working cohesively toward an endpoint (or is it an endgame?) generated a lot of excitement. The idea, of course, comes from the comic books, where various titles often work together to build up to an event storyline. In film, though, it was unprecedented, and now that Marvel has proven it works, Black Widow stands at the first Phase Four film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.Although, it doesn t really feel that way for most of the movie.Set before Avengers: Infinity War, the film feels more like the missing piece of Phase Three a story offering deeper meaning to Natasha Romanoff s (Scarlett Johansson) choices in Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. In that context, Black Widow is a worthy addition to the overall Marvel story, but it seems to lack the hooks one might expect from a film opening a new MCU phase. Granted, the same can be said for Iron Man 3, which kicked off Phase Two.Black Widow, ultimately, has a more important story objective in showcasing Natasha one last time and deepening her as a character. But even within that, there are a few nods (both subtle and direct) to Phase Four and suggestions of where the MCU story can go buried within its runtime. Join us as we take a look at a few of them.[This article contains SPOILERS for Black Widow.]Mining the Past for New Stories(Photo by Jay Maidment/©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Black Widow joins Captain America: The First Avenger and Captain Marvel as a select group of Marvel Studios movies purposefully set in the past even if that past is just six or seven years prior to the MCU s present day. It reflects a seeming desire within the studio to utilize past eras more often to establish character beats, flesh out plot details, or set stories in, say, 1963 just because it makes more sense.Not that we expect Fantastic Four to take place in the 60s, but having a number of Marvel films serve as prequels to the current narrative while also acting as origin stories has a certain appeal. It  would be one way to re-introduce the X-Men in a proper 1980s setting, for example. But beyond the more grandiose way a prequel can be used to further the MCU, it also opens up the possibility for Black Widow as a continuing film series: more stories of Natasha in the past.(Photo by ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Consider, for a moment, a Blac亚博官方As if the current state of things wasn t terrifying enough, Shudder films and director Rob Savage recently released a new quarantine horror tale that is as innovative as it is terrifying. Filmed remotely via zoom, the film follows a group of spirit chasers who perform a seance that inadvertently unleashes an unspeakable evil upon them. Using straight-to-camera shots of the actors as they are terrorized by demonic forces, Savage stitches classic horror elements and internet creepy-pasta with practical effects to create a new flavor of suspense. One of the most uniquely ambitious horror movies to come along this year, and it serves as an excellent reminder of the power of great genre storytelling, according to Heather Wixson of Daily Dead. Rotten Tomatoes recently sat down with Savage and asked him about his quarantine inspiration and how he worked with the actors to heighten the scares.Jacqueline Coley for Rotten Tomatoes: Did the pandemic wholly inspire the piece or did you adjust a previous idea?Rob Savage: Making a truly scary haunted house movie has always been on my bucket list, but beyond that, I had no basis for Host. At the start of lockdown, everyone was sarcastically talking about the possibility of a movie shot entirely on Zoom we were all expecting it, and nobody was looking forward to it. All of my closest friends work in the film industry, and we were already hanging out over Zoom almost every day. We just felt like, Why not us? When I had the idea of making a Zoom-based feature, the first person I called was Jed Shepherd, who I’ve worked with on a number of shorts. We threw some ideas around, but didn’t land on anything concrete. When I woke up the next morning, I had a text from Jed. Two words: Zoom Seance. It really was as simple as that.What was it like setting up the effects with the actors?The very first stunt we filmed, which involves someone crashing down from the ceiling and splatting on the floor, was particularly tough. Not for me I was sitting at home in my dressing gown but for our stunt co-ordinator Nathaniel, who was performing the gag. He was suspended by a rope, having to hold a plank position for up to three minutes while a scene played out beneath him. Then, he would be released and would free-fall until, at the last moment, a mechanism would kick in to soften his landing. The very last take, the one that we used in the film, we dropped poor Nathaniel but the mechanism didn’t kick in. He slammed to the floor like a sack of potatoes, thankfully didn’t die, and absolutely made the shot.What is the biggest challenge or unforeseen benefit of directing via Zoom?Initially, I was very nervous about the process of filming remotely, but ultimately it felt very similar to working on a normal set. As a director, you have to learn to be concise and clear with your direction, and while the energy was different because we were in separate locations, it was a really exciting and creative process. The main perk was when I had the realization that, by filming remotely, anyone with an internet connection could be part of our movie. With everyone on furlough, we were able to rope in some amazing collaborators to help elevate this film beyond what could have been achieved under normal conditions.As a Shudder obsessive, talk about getting them involved?When we started pitching the film to companies, we received a huge amount of interest this was peak lockdown, and it really felt like we might be locked down for the rest of the year. We had offers from several places, but Shudder immediately felt like the right fit. Not only did I love the work they’d been doing prior to Host, but they allowed us to stream direct to our intended audience: horror fans. We’re huge horror fans, and the question we would ask ourselves throughout the process was always What’s the film I would want to watch during all this madness? What is on your Indie Fresh List, or what are you watching in general?The last film I watched was The Painted Bird, which astonished and traumatized me. I also caught up with Mark Jenkin’s Bait, which was totally singular.Besides your film, what is the perfect quarantine horror viewing?My ultimate comfort film is Evil Dead 2. If I were forced to stay inside forever and only watch one movie on repeat, it would be that!Host is available to stream now on Shudder.

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The characters on Chilling Adventures of Sabrina might worship in the Church of Night, which means their winter tradition centers around the Solstice. But in the show s holiday special, A Midwinter s Tale, a few members of the Spellman family are much more excited about a different Yuletide tradition.“Sabrina and Ambrose and Hilda [are] all warm and fuzzy about mortal Christmas,” star Lucy Davis, who plays the titular teenage witch s Aunt Hilda, told Rotten Tomatoes when we visited the set of the Netflix series last month. “[It’s] the three of us versus Zelda. The special holiday episode sees Greendale ready for Christmas and the Church of Night observing its not-so-merry Solstice. It will also feature a flashback to Solstice Past, in which viewers will see a younger Sabrina (McKenna Grace) ask Santa for something special. Although, as star Kiernan Shipka put it, “Obviously, the show wouldn t be our show without some excitement and some demons — literally.“It s action-packed and it s fun, Shipka added, but at the same time, there s a lot of heart and there s a lot of soul to it. A lot of the relationships develop in it really beautifully. I think it really fuses the witch world and the mortal world in a really lovely way.”(Photo by Diyah Pera/Netflix)The episode will also hit pause on the series ongoing storylines. The series first half ended with Sabrina (Shipka) embracing her witch side, turning her hair platinum blonde as she devoted herself to the Dark Lord and gave up her relationship with mortal boyfriend Harvey Kinkle (Ross Lynch). Despite Sabrina s pleased expression in the final moment of episode 10, Shipka believes her character still has a duality to confront in the second half of the first season, which premieres April 5.“I think there s a strong part of her that s mortal. But I do think there s that dark side in her,” she said. As an example, she characterized Sabrina’s choice to sign the Book of the Beast in episode 10 as a “strategic” choice, adding that “it definitely wasn t surrendering by any means. If anything, I think it was taking a step forward in her agenda.”Of course, that agenda will wait for April as “A Midwinter’s Tale” is a standalone story that focuses in on the characters and it takes its time, the actress added.(Photo by Diyah Pera/Netflix)Lachlan Watson, who plays Sabrina s human bestie Susie Putnam, told Rotten Tomatoes the special has more of that nostalgic kind of feel to it. Watson is a fan of Doctor Who and its Christmas-episode tradition (replaced this year with a New Year s Day special) and said Sabrina s Christmas special “just brings me back to sitting around the fire and watching the [those] holiday specials with my family.” While the actor didn t want to give too much of the role away, Watson is  very happy about the fact that Susie spends much of the episode in an elf costume.Chance Perdomo, who plays Sabrina s cousin Ambrose, characterized his role in the special as a “conscientious objector.” Throughout the first part of the series, his character found himself caught up in the upheaval at the Church of Night, culminating in a slight reprieve from his century-long house arrest at the Spellman abode. But come the Solstice, Ambrose will be “objecting to the shenanigans” of a typical Sabrina episode. “[Ambrose is] just trying to have a nice relaxed holiday season,” he said. And when things inevitably go sideways, Ambrose’s response will be, “if you need me, you know where I ll be,” Perdomo said.Jaz Sinclair’s Rosalind Walker will make her first visit to the Spellman home.“That was really fun for me because I got to play with Hilda and Zelda for the first time,” she said — but the festivities may be cut short as Ros’ psychic powers kick in with an important message.Ros won’t be the only newcomer to the house as Zelda (Miranda Otto) faces the reality of her choice at the end of Part 1 by caring for Leticia, the newborn Blackwood she spirited away in the finale.“Zelda finds herself very attached to Baby Leticia,” Otto said, added that the Solstice is something of a “perilous time” for witches. “They have to keep the Yule Log burning to protect themselves from spirits that could come into the house.”This particular year, the Yule Log is more important than ever with a baby in the house — and Zelda s fear of someone snatching the child out from under her may prove to be correct.(Photo by Dean Buscher/Netflix)What about Sabrina? According to Adeline Rudolph, who plays Weird Sister Agatha, the trio and Sabrina will use the occasion to hold a seance. For the Weird Sisters, orphans left at the Academy of Unseen Arts over the holiday break, it turns out be an exciting change of pace.“We get really excited about it,” Rudolph said. “It s our version of trying to have a family experience.”Of course, any time the Weird Sisters and Sabrina combine forces, scary things happen. But what would a Christmas special be without a few frights? It seems Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is dedicated to proving the holidays have room for a few good scares.Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter s Tale premieres Friday, December 14. The second half of season 1 will debut Friday, April 5, 2019 on Netflix.

4. 呼朋唤友 随心所欲
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5.61.4 0月喜迎The Way Back (2020) 84% Underdog sports stories have been a reliable staple of the movie industry for a long time, so much so that they ve been molded and refined to fit into a fairly predictable formula. With that in mind, it usually takes something extra to make one stand out, and critics say this week s The Way Back has that in an outstanding performance from Ben Affleck. Affleck stars as Jack Cunningham, a construction worker who was once an elite high school basketball player but now spends his days and nights binge-drinking. When he gets an unexpected call from his alma mater to coach their hoops team, he reluctantly takes them up on the offer and begins a slow healing process as he attempts to shepherd his kids to a few meaningful wins. Critics say what makes The Way Back effective is that it s not merely an inspirational sports story, nor is it merely one about addiction, but a carefully crafted hybrid that doesn t provide easy answers or overly sentimental triumphant moments. It s also notable that, prior to filming the movie, Affleck himself endured some very public battles with addiction, and as a result, he brings a personal gravity to his role that leaps off the screen. Audiences will no doubt come to The Way Back with certain expectations, simply based on the fact that it s a story about a troubled new coach learning to bond with his team, but if this doesn t hit all of those familiar beats in a predictable way, it still offers a worthwhile character study that might surprise a few moviegoers with its depth.
《我们的星球》是一款基于虚幻引擎4开发的太空探索沙盒手游。玩家出生在庞大未知的星球大陆里,需要发挥自己的想象力和创造力,开启一次又一冒险。
The Lowe-Murphy project would also be the second scripted spin on the story about the one-time Oklahoma tiger zoo owner who is now serving a 22-year sentence for his involvement in a murder-for-hire plot of his tiger park rival, and Tiger King co-star, Carole Baskin. Saturday Night Live star Kate McKinnon is executive producing, and will star as Baskin, in the currently-in-development Joe Exotic series that’s based on season 2 of the Over My Dead Body podcast from Wondery.In other Tiger King News:Joel McHale will host The Tiger King and I, a Netflix aftershow that will premiere on April 12. The special will include new interviews with show stars John Reinke, Joshua Dial, John Finlay, Saff, Erik Cowie, Rick Kirkman, and Jeff and Lauren Lowe, and was announced by Netflix via Twitter, with McHale in an Tiger King-y getup.In the midst of the pandemic-boosted streaming viewership, the series drew 34 million viewers in the first 10 days of its release, besting the ratings for Stranger Things 2 by more than three million viewers, as per Nielsen.On April 13 (9 p.m.), Harvey Levin will host the Fox special TMZ Investigates: Tiger King – What Really Went Down? The hour-long episode will see Levin tackle Joe Exotic’s legal woes and “whether or not (he) is guilty,” with interviews, an “inside” look into the disappearance of Carole Baskin’s husband (the one, as per suggestions floated in the Netflix docuseries, may have been fed to a tiger), and an update on the current status of all the Tiger King dramas.Investigation Discovery is getting in on the Joe Exotic game with a new special called Investigating the Strange World of Joe Exotic. The episode will reportedly include exclusive footage, and will also delve deeper into the death of Carole Baskin’s husband, as well as Tiger King’s other colorful characters, Myrtle Beach animal park owner Doc Antle, and Joe Exotic friend-turned-enemy Jeff Lowe.Meanwhile, even as Donald Trump has commented on the Tiger King fun, might we suggest Lifetime get in on the story? Because we really want to know more about Joe and his five husbands, especially after seeing the full YouTube footage of Exotic’s three-groom wedding with John Finlay and Travis Maldonado.New Trailers: Chris Hemsworth Tries to Rescue a Crime Lord s Son in the Netflix Thriller ExtractionMore trailers:Homecoming, season 2, starring Janelle Monáe and Chris Cooper (Prime Video)Mrs. America, a miniseries about the movement to ratify the Equal Right Amendment, starring Cate Blanchett and Rose Byrne (FX)After Life, season 2, starring Ricky Gervais (Netflix)Selah and the Spades, a teen drama film starring Lovie Simone, Jharrel Jerome, Gina Torres, and Celeste O’Connor (Prime Video)Betty, a teen skateboarding drama, starring Dede Lovelace (HBO)The Half of It, a teen romantic comedy starring Leah Lewis (Netflix)Stargirl, season 1, starring Brec Bassinger (DC Universe)Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind, documentary (HBO)In the Dark, season 2, starring Perry Mattfeld (The CW)The Midnight Gospel, an animated series co-created by Adventure Time creator Pendleton Ward (Netflix)Snowpiercer, season 1, an adaptation of the movie of the same name by Parasite Oscar winner Bong Joon-ho (TNT)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.Disney+ Revives Doogie Howser, M.D.(Photo by ABC/courtesy Everett Collection)Disney+ now has 50 million subscribers, which is nearly double the amount it had in early February, Disney announced this week. The streaming service launched in November.One of Disney+’s next big things: a reboot of Doogie Howser, M.D. The new series will be called Doogie Kealoha, M.D., and it will revolve around a 16-year-old Asian-American girl who, like Neil Patrick Harris’ Doogie in the original series, is a genius who graduated college and med school and is now working as a doctor in a Hawaiian hospital. The series is created by Emmy-nominated How I Met Your Mother and Fresh Off the Boat producer Kourtney Kang.Casting News: Lisa Kudrow Playing Steve Carell s Wife in Netflix Comedy Space Force(Photo by Netflix)Lisa Kudrow has signed on to play Steve Carell’s wife in the Netflix comedy Space Force. Created by Carell and The Office producer Greg Daniels, the series revolves around four-star general Mark R. Naird (Carell), who wants to lead the Air Force, but is instead assigned to lead the new sixth brand of the Armed Forces, the Space Force. Emmy winner Kudrow will play Maggie Naird, who has spent two decades put her own dreams on the back burner to support Mark’s career. But with his new job, she decides to take her own future in a different direction.Entourage alum Emmanuelle Chriqui has joined the cast of The CW’s Superman Lois, where she will play Clark Kent’s (Tyler Hoechlin) childhood BFF.Development News: Paul McCartney, Elton John, Lady Gaga, and Lizzo Among One World Concert Performers Who Will Honor Pandemic Health Care WorkersPaul McCartney, Lizzo, Billie Eilish, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, and Lady Gaga are among the performers for One World: Together at Home, the April 18 two-hour concert that will air on ABC, CBS, NBC, and various other platforms, to honor the health care and other workers on the front lines of the global pandemic. Lady Gaga has worked with Global Citizen and the World Health Organization to raise million for WHO and its pandemic initiatives ahead of the show, so the concert will focus on celebrating and thanking those who are working so tirelessly on the behalf of citizens around the world. John Legend, Chris Martin, Eddie Vedder, Kacey Musgraves, Keith Urban, Alanis Morissette, and Andrea Bocelli will also perform, and the special will also be carried via iHeartMedia, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Yahoo, Twitch, Amazon Prime Video, Apple Music, Bravo, E!, MSNBC, SYFY, USA, Freeform, Nat Geo, BET, MTV, CMT, Comedy Central, Logo, Paramount Network, Pop, TV Land and VH1, among many others. Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel, and Jimmy Fallon will co-host the event. (Variety)Starz has greenlit Black Mafia Family, a new drama series from Power executive producer and star 50 Cent and Power writer and producer Randy Huggins. A story about “love, family, and capitalism in the pursuit of the American dream,” the series tells the story of the real-life Flenory brothers, Detroit siblings Demetrius and Terry, whose loyalty helped make them one of the most successful and influential crime families in the country in the 1980s, as well as influential producers in the hip-hop industry, before they were prosecuted and sent to prison.Beginning with the April 22 episode, The Masked Singer will get an aftershow, hosted by Nick Cannon on a “virtual stage.” Celebrity guests will join Cannon remote on The Masked Singer: After the Mask for the rest of season 3.How much are sports fans missing new televised sporting events? So much that they’ll be willing to tune in for a game of H-O-R-S-E, ESPN hopes. Make that, pro H-O-R-S-E. On April 12, ESPN and its streaming app will air Horse Challenge, in which NBA and WNBA players will compete, remotely, in a game of the playground classic shootaround game. Chris Paul (Oklahoma City Thunder), Trae Young (Atlanta Hawks), Tamika Catchings (retired WNBA all-star and MVP from the Indiana Fever, and a four-time Olympic gold medalist), Zach LaVine (Chicago Bulls), Allie Quigley (Chicago Sky), Mike Conley Jr. (Utah Jazz), Paul Pierce (retired Boston Celtics all-star), and Chauncey Billups (a retired, five-time NBA All-Star) will compete, with four quarterfinal games on April 12, and semifinals and a championship game on April 16.The Sopranos stars Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa have launched the first two episodes of their Sopranos rewatch podcast Talking Sopranos.Amazon Video has picked up the Dave Bautista action-comedy My Spy, which was set to be released in theaters on April 17. The film, which features Bautista playing a CIA agent who has to deal with a precocious 9-year-old girl when he’s assigned to investigate her family, had already been released in some countries and made million at the international box office.ABC will air a two-hour special to honor late, great producer, director, writer, and actor Garry Marshall on May 12. The Happy Days of Garry Marshall will include footage from Marshall’s many projects, as well as interviews with friends and people he worked with, including Ron Howard, Henry Winkler, Don Most, Marion Ross, and Anson Williams from Happy Days; Cindy Williams, David Lander, and Michael McKean from Laverne Shirley (which also starred Marshall’s sister, Penny Marshall); Richard Gere, Hector Elizondo, and Julia Roberts from Pretty Woman; Pam Dawber from Mork Mindy; and Julie Andrews, Anne Hathaway, and Chris Pine from The Princess Diaries.EPIX has greenlit a six-part docuseries, Helter Skelter, about the Charles Manson and the Manson Family murders. From Lesley Chilcott, a producer on the Oscar-winning An Inconvenient Truth documentary, the series will include never-before-seen interviews with members of the Manson Family and journalists on the scene. It premieres on the cable network on June 14.Austin TV Fest Adapts for Stay-at-Home ContingentThe ninth annual ATX Festival, celebrating television each year in Austin, will be a virtual event this year. Retitled ATX TV … from the Couch!, the event will run from June 4-7.Our ATX Co-Founders Caitlin and Emily have an important update for you on #ATXTVs9. Please read their full statement below. If you are a Season 9 Badgeholder or Wristband holder, please visit this link for additional details: https://t.co/rFsiMRycQb pic.twitter.com/nzO6jEpaht ATX TV Festival (@ATXFestival) April 6, 2020Organizers will announce a new lineup of virtual panels at the ATX website.Full Quarantine AheadThe Full House cast filmed – remotely, as if it needed to be said at this point – a do-over of their opening credits sequence, to remind fans to stay at home during the pandemic. View this post on Instagram #fullquarantine Stayhome/Staysafe/Stamos Unlike #FullHouse, this will all go away. #fullhousechallenge #wewin.A post shared by John Stamos (@johnstamos) on Apr 8, 2020 at 8:42am PDT

Back in 2004, Guillermo del Toro had arguably his first true mainstream success with an adaptation of a Mike Mignola comic series about a half-demon superhero with a dark sense of humor; that movie was Certified Fresh and went on to spawn an even better-reviewed sequel. Fifteen years later, we get a reboot of the character, with Stranger Things David Harbour taking over for Ron Perlman in the title role, and the reviews have been less than kind. Neil Marshall, the director behind celebrated fan-favorite horror flick The Descent, steps behind the camera here, recounting Hellboy s origins and setting him against a centuries-old sorceress who just wants to make demon babies with him and rule the world. Unfortunately, critics say Hellboy certainly earns its R rating, but not necessarily in the right ways, mistaking F-bombs and mindless gore for humor and imagination. It s an unfortunate reimagining of a normally fun character that strands him in a messy, poorly constructed story, then drowns him in blood and severed limbs and hopes the audience won t notice.
Best-Reviewed Special Episodes 2020One of the gifts of 2020 was a collection of some very special episodes of TV favorites, including the year’s Golden Tomato winner in this new category, “A Parks and Recreation Special,” which reunited the stars of the NBC comedy, including Amy Poehler, Rashida Jones, Aziz Ansari, Nick Offerman, Aubrey Plaza, Chris Pratt, Adam Scott, Rob Lowe, Jim O Heir, and Retta. While some were content with podcast reunions and video table reads (looking at you, Community) to bring joy to the locked-in masses, Parks and Rec, Euphoria, and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt each offered up a little something extra.The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of December 31, 2020. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »
其实严格来说,在移动端上能构建出硬派动作体验的产品并不多。在《鬼泣》手游之前,恐怕也只有《崩坏3》等少数产品做出过成功尝试。与玩家的需求相比,这样的产品规模是远远不够的。更重要的是,不少ACT手游在操作上都或多或少地做出着妥协,无法构建出动作游戏真正的爽快感。
Join us weekly as Rotten Tomatoes reports on what s indie features are streaming. From promising releases by new voices to experimental efforts from storied filmmakers – or perhaps the next indie darling to go the distance for end-of-year accolades – we will break it all down for you here each week.For the foreseeable future, the specialty box office and all theatrical releases will be on hold as we all make efforts to socially distance ourselves and reduce the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. With that in mind, we have reshaped our Indie Fresh List. This week for our fresh picks we have an atmospheric biopic about the author behind The Haunting of Hill House, a gory home invasion horror flick, and a dancer romance. In our Spotlight section, we call back to the recent Certified Fresh first feature from director Tayarisha Poe.Streaming This Weekend
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Today s Ketchup brings you another 10 headlines from the world of film development news, covering titles like Salem s Lot and Tom and Jerry, and new roles for Ben Affleck, Peter Dinklage, and Jennifer Lopez.This WEEK S TOP STORYLEONARDO DICAPRIO JOINS GUILLERMO DEL TORO S NIGHTMARE ALLEY REMAKE(Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection, Stephane Cardinale - Corbis/Getty Images)The dark 1947 carnival drama Nightmare Alley is not as famous as other examples of film noir, but it remains a dark, creepy film worth seeking out. The film s profile is about to rise much higher in the next year or two, though, because Guillermo del Toro has decided a Nightmare Alley remake will be his next film as director, after the Academy Award-winner The Shape of Water. Leonardo DiCaprio will headline Nightmare Alley in the lead, a carnival showman who rises to fame by pretending to talk to the dead as a medium, taking over the role played by Tyrone Power in the original. The 1947 movie was an adaptation of a 1946 novel by William Lindsay Gresham that did take some liberties with the story (especially the ending), so it s possible that GDT s adaptation will be closer to the source material. Nightmare Alley will start filming in late 2019, and will probably be released sometime in 2020. Speaking of remakes, Guillermo del Toro also talked this week about his former plans for remakes of classic monster movies like Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein, saying, I don t think it s going to happen. Fresh Developments1. JAMES BOND 25 EVENT CONFIRMS RAMI MALEK, AND MORE (Photo by Well Go USA Entertainment)MGM and Eon Productions, the companies behind the James Bond franchise, staged a big event yesterday at Ian Fleming s Goldeneye estate in Jamaica to promote James Bond 25. Some speculated that the event might reveal the title (it didn t), but there were several casting revelations. As had been previously reported, Rami Malek (Bohemian Rhapsody) was confirmed to be the film s villain. The biggest new news was that Jeffrey Wright, who skipped Skyfall and Spectre, will be returning as CIA agent Felix Leiter, joining Daniel Craig s Bond on an international adventure to rescue a kidnapped scientist. Whatever it s called, the 25th official James Bond film will be directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga (Beasts of No Nation, HBO s True Detective) when it s released on April 8, 2020.2. STEPHEN KING S SALEM S LOT VAMPIRES FINALLY STALKING THE BIG SCREEN (Photo by Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)This year marks seven years since the release of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2, which was, for the most part, the last successful Hollywood movie featuring traditional vampires (2014 s Dracula Untold, not so much). Sony and Marvel are now filming Morbius (starring Jared Leto) for release next summer (7/31/2020), so that s at least a vampire movie coming out soon. A new project that will be further out is an adaptation of Stephen King s Salem s Lot, which was previously adapted twice as a TV mini-series in 1979 and 2004. Producer James Wan and screenwriter Gary Dauberman previously collaborated on The Conjuring spinoffs Annabelle, Annabelle: Creation, The Nun, and the upcoming Annabelle Comes Home, and are now reuniting for Salem s Lot. Stephen King s original 1975 novel is about an author who returns to his hometown to discover that a spooky mansion is now home to a European vampire and his brood. (Note: The proper title of Salem s Lot starts with an apostrophe, because it s an abbreviation of Jerusalem s Lot, which is the town.)3. PETER DINKLAGE LEAVING WESTEROS FOR THE THICKET (Photo by HBO)HBO s Game of Thrones has an extended cast of dozens of actors, so with the show ending, we re in the early stages of an expected deluge of post-Game of Thrones casting announcements. Many of them are European and mostly work outside Hollywood, but one of the stars who very much is a Hollywood star is Peter Dinklage (for example, Avengers: Infinity War). Dinklage s next film will even be produced by Hollywood Gang, which is the company behind the dark and twisted thriller The Thicket. In it, he will star as a fierce bounty hunter named Reginald Shorty Jones, who is hired by a boy in Texas after his sister is kidnapped by a serial killer known as Cut Throat Bill.4. WHO S BEN AFFLECK GONNA CALL? GHOST ARMY (Photo by Universal Pictures)Before he signed on to play Batman in 2013, Ben Affleck s career as director was moving pretty quickly, with three films in five years (Gone Baby Gone, The Town, and Argo), all Certified Fresh. Affleck had to delay filming Live by Night for a while (it eventually came out in 2016), and now it s been another three years since that film. This week, we finally heard what film he will direct next, for what will effectively be only his second film over the last seven years. Affleck will direct and star in Universal Pictures Ghost Army, which will be adapted from the book The Ghost Army of World War II: How One Top-Secret Unit Deceived the Enemy with Inflatable Tanks, Sound Effects, and Other Audacious Fakery. (The great thing about non-fiction books is how they can relate the whole premise in a subtitle.) One can draw a pretty obvious correlation between Ghost Army and Affleck s Argo, which was also a fact-based drama about how moviemaking techniques were used to carry out a mission (in that case, the liberation of diplomats during the Iran Hostage Crisis). The Ghost Army was also adapted as a PBS documentary in 2013.5. ANGELA BASSETT TO DRINK YOUR GUNPOWDER MILKSHAKE (Photo by Phil Bray/Fox Searchlight Pictures)Although they re mostly supporting roles, Angela Bassett has been racking up an impressive series of high profile films recently, including Black Panther (as his mom), Bumblebee (as the voice of the villain Shatter), and Mission: Impossible Fallout (as the CIA director). This week, Bassett signed on as one of the leads in an action thriller called Gunpowder Milkshake, as one of the unassuming leaders of a massive armory.  She joins two already-signed actresses who are also coming off very popular franchises: Lena Headey stars in HBO s Game of Thrones as Queen Cersei Lannister, and Karen Gillan plays Nebula in Avengers: Endgame (and also co-starred in 2017 s Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle).6. COLIN FARRELL, CYCLOPS, AND BRAN STARK ARE VOYAGERS (Photo by Jaap Buitendijk/Warner Bros.)After an early career that included The Illusionist (73% Certified Fresh) and Limitless (69% Fresh), director Neil Burger ( https://www.rottentomatoes.com/celebrity/neil_burger ) is currently coming off two films below 43% Rotten (Divergent and The Upside). For his next film, Neil Burger has cast the male lead ( https://deadline.com/2019/04/voyagers-colin-farrell-lily-rose-depp-tye-sheridan-cast-neil-burgers-lord-of-the-flies-in-space-universal-agc-1202602566/ ) from The Lobster, Colin Farrell, along with a young cast that includes Tye Sheridan, Lily-Rose Depp, and Isaac Hempstead-Wright (Bran Stark from Game of Thrones). The movie will be a science fiction thriller called Voyagers and show what happens when a spaceship with 30 young people sent to populate a new planet experiences a surprise disaster.Rotten Ideas3. BRITNEY SPEARS GETTING MUSICAL, ONCE UPON A ONE MORE TIME (Photo by Jason LaVeris/Getty Images)This summer, we ll finally get the ninth feature film directed by Quentin Tarantino, the 1960s period piece, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, but it won t be the only movie in the next few years (or so) that borrows that naming convention, because Sony Pictures has won the screen rights to an upcoming Broadway musical called Once Upon a One More Time. As you might be able to guess, it will be a fairy tale musical using classic songs by Britney Spears (was Spears career long ago enough now to be considered classic ? #thiswriterisold). The golden oldies that will be featured in the musical will include Circus, Lucky, Toxic, and Oops I Did It Again. There is not yet a writer or director for this movie, or an idea of who might star.2. JENNIFER LOPEZ SAYS MARRY ME TO OWEN WILSON(Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough, Priscilla Grant/Getty Images)The romantic comedy has almost vanished from the big screen (except for rare films like Isn t It Romantic?), but the genre is starting to enjoy a comeback, thanks in large part to streaming sites like Netflix. The distributors that are probably going to commit most fully to something like this are the indies or smaller studios that mostly focus on fringe or counterprogramming genres anyway. One such company is STXfilms, and this week, they moved forward with the romantic comedy Marry Me with Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson. Lopez will play a pop star who flees from her cheating groom at the altar and picks a random guy (Wilson) from the audience and marries him instead. Marry Me will be directed by Kat Coiro, whose three previous films all received Rotten Tomatometer scores.1. CHLOE GRACE MORETZ TO STAR IN TOM AND JERRY(Photo by Shane Mahood/Focus Features)Although their long-in-development sequel to Space Jam is the project that gets the most media attention (thanks to LeBron James), Warner Bros. is also moving along with their plans to reboot Tom and Jerry in just under two years (4/16/2021, to be precise). We ve known for a while that Tom and Jerry will be a live action/animation hybrid (in the tradition of 1945 s Anchors Aweigh), with the title cat and mouse being mute characters (so they won t have any voice actors). The lead human, we learned this week, will be Chloe Grace Moretz, who will play a hotel worker who hires a cat named Tom to get rid of a pesky mouse named Jerry who has taken up residence there. Tom and Jerry is the week s most Rotten Idea not because of Moretz, but because it s going to be directed by Tim Story, who hasn t directed a Fresh movie that wasn t a Kevin Hart comedy concert film since 2002.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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亚博官方 诚然,目前版本的内容里,还有不少欠缺打磨的地方。比如但丁的面部建模,就仍不能令玩家满意。而战斗动作的流畅感、按键的响应度、闪避动作过大的后摇,也都让游戏存在一定的瑕疵。但平心而论,就一款手游的规格来说,《鬼泣》手游并没有辱没“鬼泣”这一经典IP的含金量。

300大作战是一款MOBA动漫竞技手游。游戏取材于经典的端游世界观让二次元英雄加盟其中,重现经典的组合情怀与宿命中的伙伴再度携手战斗,王道的延续、剑士的传说都可以在这里上演。玩家在游戏中可以在商城自由购买英雄已经符文,轻松打造极致角色,喜欢的朋友快来和其他玩家组建战队一起战斗吧,献给追求极致微操的骨灰玩家。一起来战个痛快! (Photo by Image Comics)TV Release Date: TBDBased On: The Millarworld comic book by Mark Millar and artist Peter GrossEverything We Know So Far: As part of Netflix s ongoing relationship with Millar, this series will focus on a 12-year-old boy who just happens to be the Second Coming of Christ. The revelation forces him to grow up very quickly and deal with the fate of the world while also tackling common pre-teen problems. Luke Cage veteran Everardo Gout and brother Leopoldo Gout are the executive producers of the six-episode series. Production was to take place in late 2019 in Mexico, but was delayed. Nevertheless, Netflix has set up a page for the series on its website, which means it could be once of the first productions to begin after the pandemic.It’s Most Like: My So-Called Life crossed with Monty Python s Life of Brian.Chances It Will Be a Certified Fresh Hit: Considering Netflix recently cancelled the similarly-themed Messiah, we re not sure this series will ever make it to air. Also, considering Messiah struck out with a Rotten 44%, American Jesus may be one of the more likely misses in development.Dylan Dog(Photo by ©Freestyle Releasing/Courtesy Everett Collection)TV Release Date: TBDBased On: The paranormal investigator created by Tiziano Sclavi and a number of other writers and artists.Everything We Know So Far: First announced as part of publisher Sergio Bonelli Editore ambitious plans to bring its character to the small screen in 2019, the potential series received a boost when Aquaman director James Wan signed on as a producer this past October; although it is unclear when the 10-episode first season will be produced or where it will air.It’s Most Like: Kolchak: The Night Stalker with a hipper vibe.Chances It Will Be a Certified Fresh Hit: To be honest, we re not sure if Dylan Dog is distinctive enough to wow critics or potential viewers. The 2011 feature film, Dylan Dog: Dead of Night (pictured), earned a meager 7% on the Tomatometer. The comic is unquestionably cool, but much of that coolness can easily evaporate when converted to live-action settings.Read also: Comics On TV 2020: What’s Coming That We Can’t Wait ForPort of Earth

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(Photo by Miramax/Courtesy Everett Collection)The Best LGBTQ+ Movies on HBO MaxIn celebration of Pride month, we ve compiled a list of the best Fresh LGBTQ+ movies you can find on HBO Max right now. You ll find hit classic dramas (Desert Hearts), feel-good comedies (In Out), and international affairs (Bad Education).The titles below are sorted from the best LGBTQ+ films on HBO Max – those included with a subscription, not those you have to buy or rent for an additional cost – and ranked by adjusted Tomatometer score (which takes into account the number of reviewers weighing in, and the number of reviews per film for movies released in a given year). To be included, films had to have a Fresh Tomatometer score (60% or above).

亚博官方 (Photo by Courtesy of the Everett Collection)It s estimated that between 75 and 90 percent of films made before 1929 are either lost or only exist in incomplete form. As part of our RT Archives project, we are collecting contemporaneous reviews for those films – see a full list here and read what critics said about them at the time – and shining a spotlight on the stories and people behind them. Learn more about the RT Archives project here.The 1906 film The Story of the Kelly Gang achieved a number of “firsts” when it premiered at Melbourne s Athenaeum Hall in late December of that year. It was the first feature film about the Australian outlaw and pop culture hero Ned Kelly, who had died just 26 years before. It was also the first in the genre that would become known as “bushranger films,” stories of escaped convicts and bank- and coach-robbers who lived hidden in the Australian bush. Crucially, running more than an hour with a reel length of about 4,000 feet, The Story of the Kelly Gang was also the world’s first full-length feature film, according to the UNESCO Memory of the World Register. Tragically, it is also the world’s first lost full-length feature.What we know about the film, for which writing and directing credits are often attributed to film and theatrical entrepreneur Charles Tait and his brothers, can be gleaned through a 17-minute restoration that pieced together bits of film discovered since the mid 1970s – including what could be salvaged from 400 feet of release print discovered by kids in a Melbourne rubbish dump in – and included still photographs to fill out scenes. We learn more, too, in theater programs from its initial exhibition in Australia, which outline the six-reel film’s six scenes, all depicting crucial moments in Ned Kelly and his gang’s criminal career, including the shootout that would eventually lead to Kelly’s arrest and for which he built his infamous metal bulletproof armor. (You might recall it from umpteenth Ned Kelly films – he’s been played by the likes of Heath Ledger, Mick Jagger, and, most recently, George Mackay in last year’s The True History of the Kelly Gang.)(Photo by Courtesy of the Everett Collection)What’s harder to draw from these sources is what it was like to sit there, in a packed Sydney or Melbourne theater, and see The Story of the Kelly Gang live – to bear witness to a thrilling story about a man who, by that point, was a national icon, told in a groundbreaking and never-before-seen fashion. Perhaps the closest we can get to understanding that is in reviews written by critics and cultural commentators at the time, who filled columns in Australian and New Zealand newspapers with their reactions to the storytelling, the incredible new technology of a full-length-feature film, descriptions of crowd reactions, notes on the movie’s presentation – the reading of interstitial descriptions, accompanying sounds like fake gun shots – and who grappled with the country’s canonization of a man with so much blood, some of it from law enforcement on, his hands.As part of our RT Archive project, we have been sourcing contemporaneous reviews for dozens of lost films, including The Story of the Kelly Gang, to help readers piece together in their minds these lost works of art. Below, we break down what writers thought of the film and its giant step forward in the evolution of this beguiling new moving-picture technology.Did critics think this groundbreaking feature film was any good?“[The pictures] illustrate with tolerable verisimilitude the most noteworthy events in the career of perhaps the most notorious gang of outlaws that ever infested the Australian bush.” – The Mercury (Tasmania), Monday, May 13, 1907“[Many scenes] with galloping horses and beautiful bush views, were admirably presented, and voices behind the scenes supplied the realistic dialogue needed to keep the audience in touch with the action of the story.” – Sydney Morning Herald, Monday, February 11, 1907“…the Kelly pictures were reeled off at a rate which kept the attention of the audience closely concentrated on the career of the famous outlaws… A conscientious and, on the whole, a creditable effort has been made to reproduce the tragedies as they occurred, and if there were any imperfections in detail probably few in the hall had memories long enough to detect them.” – The Age (Melbourne), Thursday, December 27, 1906 (day after December 26 world premiere)“… the attempted wrecking of the train sent from Melbourne with a posse of police to assist in the capture of the Glenrowan Hotel, with Rev. Father Gibney bravely rescuing and carrying away the wounded from the burning building. This scene was most vividly and realistically depicted, with some 50 police and the gang exchanging shots.” – Sunday Times (Sydney), Sunday, February 10, 1907“The films are clear and distinct, the chief actors concerned in the bush drama are fairly recognizable, the photographs are taken in ‘Kelly country,’ and after due allowance is made for certain acknowledged liberties taken, the illustrated record is probably as satisfactory as anything of the kind at this distant date.” – The Daily Telegraph (Sydney), Monday, February 11, 1907 (the one Rotten review)(Photo by Courtesy of the Everett Collection)What did the reviews reveal about the making of the film and how it was presented?“Messrs. J and N Tait, in the result, presented an ingeniously realistic succession of pictures taken at Glenrowan, the Strathbogie and Wombat Ranges, and other Victorian spots at one time haunted by the robbers in question.” – Sydney Morning Herald, Monday, February 11, 1907“The films are the product of carefully rehearsed posing by men, women and children, who have copied characteristics of the principals, their accomplices and their victims.” – The Age (Melbourne), Thursday, December 27, 1906 (day after December 26 world premiere)“In order to have the scenes of various incidents portrayed it was necessary sometimes to keep employed as many as 50 people at a time, and it even necessitated the co-operation of the railways and the engagement of special trains.” – The New Zealand Herald, Tuesday, June 18, 1907“For the guidance of those unacquainted with the Kelly saga the operator introduces each series of pictures with a few lines of legible print, epitomizing the chapter next to be presented.” – The Mercury (Tasmania), Monday, May 13, 1907Did the technology impress?“The biograph picture has now come to be recognized as quite a necessary adjunct to civilization, and the wonder of its creation has vanished with the mystery of the telephone and the first motor-car…. To such a stage of perfection has the moving picture been brought, that audiences at this end of the world may have repeated for their benefit almost every detail, in actual spectacular panorama, events that have happened thousands of miles away, and no country is sacred form the enterprising picture-taker.” – The New Zealand Herald, Tuesday, June 18, 1907“The cinematograph views of the murder of the constables in the Wombat Ranges, and baffled efforts to wreck the police special by tearing up the railway track, the storming of the Glenrowan Inn and the capture of Ned Kelly were life-like, and, of course, highly sensational.” – The Age (Melbourne), Thursday, December 27, 1906 (day after December 26 world premiere)Ned Kelly has been played through the years by Mick Jagger, George Mackay, Heath Ledger, and others. (Photo by Courtesy of the Everett Collection, © IFC Films, © Focus Features)What was it like to be in the theater for these historic screenings?“The Town-hall was filled to overflowing, and scores were turned away on Saturday night, when the biograph pictures of the adventures of the Kelly gang were exhibited for the first time. Growing boys formed a not inconsiderable portion of the spectators, and from the undertone of comment and the occasional outburst of applause, it was clear with what enthusiastic interest they followed the story as it was unfolded in the successive series of films.” – The Mercury (Tasmania), Monday, May 13, 1907How did critics grapple with the portrayal of the criminal Ned Kelly as a heroic figure?“The exploits of the Kelly gang, away back in the early eighties, were admittedly sufficiently daring in their character and tragic in their sequence to provide a sensational page of Australian history, but it is not the class of history to which a nation points with pride, nor is it a sort of thing the youth of a country will be asked to admire or to emulate…. Pasts of this description, one would suppose, were better buried deeply and the incidents associated with them kept in the background. Such, however, did not appear to be the view of the hundreds who scrambled wildly for seats at the Palace Theater on Saturday evening, in response to the announcement that there would be there presented ‘Australia’s greatest drama: The story of the Kelly gang, by the biograph–the most thrilling moving-picture series ever seen.’” – The Daily Telegraph (Sydney), Monday, February 11, 1907 (the one Rotten review)“[The Kellys] are described on the program as ‘the last of the bushrangers,’ and it is to be hoped that may prove so, and that these vivid pictures may not ‘rear the tender thought, and teach the young idea how to shoot’–policemen.” – Sydney Morning Herald, Monday, February 11, 1907“To the Australian youth Ned Kelly and his associates are more real heroes than the whole catalogue of mythical champions from Hector and Achilles to Robin Hood, whilst the same youth may not be unjustly suspected of entertaining a sneaking prejudice against the police and other minions of the powers that be. These points have not been overlooked in the preparation of a biograph version of the Kelly gang; the outlaws are the heroes, the police cut a rather poor figure.” – The Mercury (Tasmania), Monday, May 13, 1907On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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