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亚博网软件下载采用百度引擎0(Baidu 5)HOW IS THE REST OF THE CAST?Tim Robbins returns to the geographic proximity of THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION but plays a man haunted by his past and trying to make amends. Barkhad Abdi gets his meatiest acting role since CAPTAIN PHILLIPS and nails it. Even Elsie Fisher shows her work in EIGHTH GRADE was no fluke as she plays the tormented daughter of Annie Wilkes. —Alex Maidy, JoBlo s Movie EmporiumSam Shaw and Dustin Thomason are intent on putting their best foot forward from the moment go. That means making use of Caplan and Fisher, but also Tim Robbins as Pop Merrill, Paul Sparks (Boardwalk Empire) as Ace Merrill, and Barkhad Abi (Captain Philips), as a criminal family threatening to tear itself apart over the construction of a new Somali mall in Castle Rock. —Alex Maidy, JoBlo s Movie EmporiumAbdi and Warsama are both standouts in a Somali storyline that starts off intriguing and timely only to sputter a bit by the season s halfway point. —Dan Fienberg, The Hollywood ReporterHOW DOES THIS NEW EPISODIC STORY COMPARE TO ONE IN SEASON 1?Season 2 fares a bit better. The show is still far too obsessed with trying to ape producer J.J. Abrams’ infamous “mystery box” formula, where only tiny bits of info are doled out in frustrating fashion. But the story is stronger overall, as is the cast of characters. —Chris Evangelista, SlashFilmThe effectiveness of not just the characters but the story itself is so strong and compelling that we don t need any other references to King and his memorable characters throughout the rest of the season, with those possible nods likely only heightening the rivetting story that we already get to witness take place. —Patrick Cavanaugh, ComicBook.comDespite all its high drama, season two feels a little more conventional in its narrative, and that’ll likely make for a more satisfying story arc, especially with all the horror-fantasy elements to come. —Cheryl Eddy, IO9Much like Season 1, this is a Stephen King mixtape, but the tunes are much better this time around. —Mike Fugere, CBRCastle Rock season 2 premieres on Wednesday, October 23 on Hulu.

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动漫粉丝不满意,游戏质量比不过隔壁,这可能就是刀剑神域手游上线第一天,评分就被刷到3.5的原因吧。毕竟既然要打着ip的热度吸引玩家,就要做出符合玩家心理预期的质量。不然可能3.5分还不是最终的分数,再过几天可能就要创造纪录了。 (Photo by Dimension Films/ Courtesy: Everett Collection.)Every Halloween Movie RankedFor Laurie Strode, it s been a long road back to Haddonfield. After surviving the original night of terror against Michael Myers in the original 1977 Halloween, she has entered the slipstream of alternate timelines, at points lighting him on fire, decapitating him, or getting thrown off a roof by him. Meanwhile, other Halloween movies have her institutionalized, or shot dead by the police. One even ignores her existence completely, offering annoying TV commercial jingles and magic Stonehenge rocks in her place. (That was Halloween III: Season of the Witch by the way.)2018 s reboot-continuation Halloween was Certified Fresh, so of course Myers is back for Halloween Kills before the trilogy will end with, er, Halloween Ends. No matter which style or version your prefer in the franchise, we re ranking every Halloween movie made and sorting them by Tomatometer!

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(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures, ©2020 Disney/Pixar)For some, December 25th movie releases have traditionally offered an escape from uncomfortable family time while providing theater employees a chance to make that sweet holiday pay. Most of us won t be heading to cineplexes on Christmas Day this year, though, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the widespread business closures associated with it. Like a lot of things in 2020, it s an unprecedented situation, and movie lovers looking for something to pass the time will instead likely turn to HBO Max s Wonder Woman 1984 or Disney+ s Soul to fill that gap. All of this got us thinking about the movies of Christmas Past, and we thought it might be both fun and enlightening to look back at every film ever released on December 25th and try to figure out if one rises above all the rest.One might understandably assume the list would be littered with holiday classics, but since they re typically released earlier than, you know, Christmas Day, we ended up with a hodgepodge of just about anything you could imagine. Considering they include titles as diverse as Magnum Force, Tombstone, An American Werewolf in Paris, and that most celebrated of yuletide standards, 47 Ronin, it s clear that there isn t any rhyme or reason to Christmas Day releases beyond Let s cross our fingers and hope this makes a lot of money. (Photo by Frank Connor/©Universal Pictures)Before we jump in, though, we need to clarify a few things about the process. First, our data set includes films that received wide releases on December 25th and have Tomatometers, Audience Scores, and reliable box office numbers. Regarding the latter, we had to stick to domestic box office earnings due to reliability issues with global market totals. Unfortunately, this meant older films like There Was a Crooked Man and Friday Foster failed to make the cut due to incomplete or insufficient data. Once we collected the relevant information, we ranked all the movies by Tomatometer, Audience Score, and Domestic Box Office (adjusted for inflation), added up their ranking numbers, and arranged the results in descending order so that the film with the lowest rank total would take the top spot. We know; it s a lot to digest.With the logistics out of the way, let’s get to why you’re here. After compiling all the statistics and ranking all 124 movies we looked at, we were able to narrow the list down to a Top 10. Will the top spot go to a bloody revisionist Western, an all-timer heist flick, or a stylish take on a legendary sleuth? Check out the full list below, along with each film s rank in our three data categories and a little bit of context, to find out which one is the Best Movie Released on December 25th!10. Tombstone (1993) 50 Points(Photo by ©Buena Vista Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 74% (21st)Audience Score (Rank): 94% (4th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 5 million (25th)While we have no evidence of this, it’s safe to assume that many adults would’ve been O.K. to receive tickets from Santa to go watch Tombstone when it was released on December 25, 1993. The thought of watching legendary lawman Wyatt Earp (Kurt Russell) go to war against an outlaw gang of red-sashed murderers, led by Powers Boothe and Michael Biehn, is simply too epic to pass up. Not only was Tombstone a hit in 1993, but it’s grown in stature since then as its memorable mustachioed characters, epic gun fights, and iconic lines ( I’m your Huckleberry ) have become more and more popular. It also doesn’t hurt that the cast also includes – deep breath – Val Kilmer, Bill Paxton, Sam Elliott, Billy Zane, Michael Rooker, Charlton Heston, Stephen Lang, Thomas Haden Church, Billy Bob Thornton, and Dana Delaney, and they re all excellent. Tombstone is a rollicking good time, and despite some behind-the-scenes friction and director swaps, it s still a fan favorite that boasts an outstanding 94% Audience Score.It’s tough to single out the best moment, as the movie features a plethora of memorable scenes. Whether it’s Wyatt Earp’s takedown of a bully (Billy Bob Thornton in a fun cameo) or Doc Holliday s “I’m your Huckleberry” right before he puts one in Johnny Ringo s forehead, Tombstone has a deep bench of epic moments and characters, which is why it’s on our list.9. Sherlock Holmes (2009) 49 Points (Tie)(Photo by Alex Bailey/©Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 69% (25th)Audience Score (Rank): 77% (20th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 0 million (4th)Riding high off the success of 2008’s Iron Man, Robert Downey Jr. stepped into the well-worn shoes of another famous brilliant person, Sherlock Holmes. The end result was an intriguing modern-day update of the character created by Arthur Conan Doyle in 1887. Rather than simply using his brain, Holmes uses his brawn as well, engaging in underground fist fights that showcase his six-pack abs and uncanny ability to anticipate his foe s moves, which allows him to exert maximum pain on his bare-knuckle boxing opponent (is that cheating?).The Guy Ritchie-directed film about Sherlock’s hunt for an aristocratic serial killer would go on to collect 4 million worldwide and spawn a sequel two years later, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, which also cleared the 0 million mark at the global box office.Fans and critics alike were fairly impressed with the performances by A-listers Downey, Jude Law, Rachel McAdams, and Mark Strong, as well as the stylized directing of Ritchie, which breathed new life into an old character. We re even scheduled to get a third entry in the franchise in December of 2021.9. Magnum Force (1973) 49 Points (Tie)(Photo by Everett Collection)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 72% (23rd)Audience Score (Rank): 77% (20th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 1 million (6th)As the second entry in the five-film Dirty Harry franchise, Magnum Force had the luxury of trading on the blockbuster success of its predecessor, but it also carried the expectations of the popular film that featured San Francisco Police Department Inspector Harry Callahan (Clint Eastwood) asking people if they felt lucky. Focusing on Harry s hunt for corrupt cops who take the law into their own hands, Magnum Force features explosions, murder, blood, profanity, and more explosions – you know, typical holiday movie stuff – which thrilled 1973 audiences who were looking for all of those things. Director Ted Post, who also worked with Eastwood on the well-received 1968 Western Hang ‘em High, knew what he was doing (making an action sequel), and there is no better evidence of that than in the opening credits: the cast and crew list is played over Harry’s .44 Magnum gun, which he then points towards the screen and shoots (think American James Bond) in a bonkers breaking of the fourth wall that tells the audience immediately what they re in for.7. Broadcast News (1987) 48 Points(Photo by ©20th Century Fox Film Corp.)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 98% (2nd)Audience Score (Rank): 79% (18th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 6 million (28th)Written and directed by James L. Brooks, the workplace comedy Broadcast News was nominated for seven Academy Awards and is considered to be one of the greatest movies ever about journalism. Holly Hunter, William Hurt, and Albert Brooks all received Oscar nominations for their lively performances, and it would be tough to find a more likable and well-written comedy about three people who love/hate making television together. Hunter famously joined the project shortly before production started, and she’s so good you’d think Brooks wrote the role just for her. Also, if you’ve never watched Broadcast News, go ahead and check out Aaron s (Albert Brooks) sweating scene; it’s an uncomfortable moment that features an excellent reporter absolutely bombing on camera, and Brooks plays it to perfection. Glancing at the reviews, you’ll see the phrases “uproariously funny,” “warm and heartfelt,” and “enormously entertaining” pop up time after time, and for good reason. Broadcast News gave audiences a lot to cheer for on December 25, 1987.6. The Aviator (2004) 47 Points(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 86% (11th)Audience Score (Rank): 79% (18th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 7 million (18th)Directed by Martin Scorsese, and starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Cate Blanchett (who won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar), and Kate Beckinsale, among others, The Aviator focuses on the early life of director/aviator/entrepreneur Howard Hughes and his legendary antics. Much like Hughes, The Aviator is larger than life as Scorsese loads it with glamour, plane crashes, and excellent visual effects that blend seamlessly into the period setting. The Aviator was the second (of the now five) collaborations between DiCaprio and Scorsese, and it netted DiCaprio his first Best Actor Academy Award nomination (he was previously nominated for Best Supporting Actor for What’s Eating Gilbert Grape); it also happens to be the first of three – yes, three – appearances on this list by Leonardo DiCaprio. The 0 million-budgeted drama won five Oscars (of a total 11 nominations) and still holds up beautifully, as the work of editor Thelma Schoomaker and cinematographer Robert Richardson give the 170-minute biopic an epic feel.5. Little Women (2019) 42 Points(Photo by Sony Pictures)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 95% (5th)Audience Score (Rank): 92% (6th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 8 million (31st)Powered by Greta Gerwig’s Academy Award-nominated script and direction, the million-budgeted Little Women pulled in 6 million worldwide and was met with near universal praise. The feat is all the more impressive (and not altogether unexpected, since Gerwig loves the novel) considering Louisa May Alcott’s iconic story about sisters growing up in Massachusetts during the civil war has been adapted for the screen multiple times, dating all the way back to 1917. What makes this adaptation stand out among the rest is the way Gerwig includes a nonlinear storyline and a different ending to offer audiences something fresh and unexpected. Also, bringing back her Lady Bird star Saoirise Ronan to play the pivotal role of Jo March was a smart idea, as the two work wonderfully together, and Ronan received Academy Award nominations for both films. Plus, Gerwig didn t stop with Ronan; she and producer Amy Pascal also landed the immense talents of Meryl Streep, Florence Pugh (who received a Best Supporting Actress nomination), Emma Watson, Laura Dern, Timothée Chalamet, and a host of other incredible actors, lending the film the kind of A-list shimmer you d expect to see in a prestige picture.4. To Kill A Mockingbird (1962) 30 Points(Photo by Everett Collection)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 92% (7th)Audience Score (Rank): 92% (6th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 8 million (17th)Since its release in 1960, Harper Lee s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel To Kill a Mockingbird has been an American institution that has sold over 40 million copies and been discussed and re-evaluated in classrooms across the country. Two years after its publication, director Robert Mulligan brought To Kill a Mockingbird to the big screen, and it was a smash hit that won three Academy Awards and eventually earned the 25th spot on the American Film Institute’s Top 100 Films list. Anchored by Gregory Peck’s Oscar-winning performance and Horton Foote’s faithful screenplay, Mockingbird tells the story of Atticus Finch (Peck), a lawyer in the depression-era South defending a Black man named Tom Robinson (Brock Peters) who has been put on trial for an undeserved rape conviction.Putting aside the important cultural discussion that continues to this day, To Kill a Mockingbird is an example of a book adaptation done right. Mulligan and Foote knew they had excellent source material to work from, so they stuck to it (mostly), and with the help of Harper Lee presented a faithful adaptation that struck a chord with audiences who saw the movie as a gift when it opened on Christmas Day of 1962.3. Django Unchained (2012) 28 Points(Photo by Andrew Cooper/©Weinstein Company)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 87% (10th)Audience Score (Rank): 91% (7th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 1 million (9th)Between Four Rooms, Jackie Brown, and The Hateful Eight, Quentin Tarantino sure loves releasing movies on December 25, but his biggest Christmas Day hit came from Django Unchained, a super R-rated revisionist Western featuring a final gunfight that leaves a Mississippi plantation estate flooded with blood. The movie pulled in a whopping million its opening day (Catch Me If You Can only pulled in million) and ended up earning 1 million domestic, winning Academy Awards for Tarantino (Best Original Screenplay) and Christoph Waltz (who won his second Best Supporting Actor Oscar after earning his first for another Tarantino collaboration, Inglourious Basterds).Django Unchained tells the story of a freed slave named Django (Jamie Foxx) who teams up with an eccentric German bounty hunter named Dr. King Shultz (Waltz) in exchange for Shultz s help freeing Django’s wife Broomhilda (Kerry Washington) from the vile clutches of plantation owner Calvin Candy (Leonardo DiCaprio, making his second appearance on this list). Normally, hard R-rated exploitation films with 165-minute running times wouldn’t be nominated for five Academy Awards (and win two). Yet under Tarantino’s supervision, Django delighted audiences around the world and provided Christmas counterprogramming with silver-tongued devils, flesh-ripping torture, and Leo DiCaprio monologuing about skulls.2. Catch Me If You Can (2002) 15 Points(Photo by ©DreamWorks courtesy Everett Collection)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 96% (4th)Audience Score (Rank): 89% (9th)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 7 million (2nd)It wasn’t a hard sell to get audiences into theaters to watch Catch Me If You Can in 2002. Directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Hanks and Leonardo DiCaprio (and that makes three!), Catch Me If You Can is a rollicking film about Frank W. Abagnale Jr. (DiCaprio), a likable con man being chased around the world by Carl Hanratty (Hanks), a likable FBI agent who really wants to, well, catch him. During the globe-trotting caper, we also get to spend time with the very likable Frank Abigaile Sr., played by Christopher Walken, whose performance was so warm and welcoming he received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor.We’re not trying to be reductive about how likable the movie is, either. The expertise of Spielberg, the skill of his cast, and the Oscar-nominated score by John Williams make this 141-minute film fly by faster than a Pan Am airliner. Its appeal to people of all ages can’t be argued because it’s the rare film to receive nominations from the AARP, MTV, and Teen Choice Awards, which essentially makes it the Tom Hanks of movies.1. The Sting (1973) 10 Points(Photo by Universal Pictures)Tomatometer Score (Rank): 94% (6th)Audience Score (Rank): 95% (3rd)Domestic Box Office (Rank): 5 million (1st)Looking to build off the blockbuster success of 1969 s Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, which grossed 1 million domestically and won four Academy Awards, director George Roy Hill and stars Robert Redford and Paul Newman reteamed for The Sting. With an “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” mantra in place, The Sting once again showcased Redford and Newman’s unbeatable chemistry, playing lovable criminals who plan on swindling money from a shifty character played by Robert Shaw in 1930s Chicago (and hopefully avoid a freeze-framed death via a barrage of bullets). The Sting might be one of the most enjoyable films to ever to win Best Picture at the Academy Awards (it won a total of 7 Oscars from its 11 nominations). It also boasts an 5 million domestic box office haul, which would make almost any Marvel film jealous, and it s currently the 21st highest domestic grossing film of all time. If you haven’t watched The Sting, do yourself a favor and check it out, because the A-list star power, the beautiful Oscar-winning costumes, and the charisma of Redford and Newman together are undeniable.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.亚博网软件下载巴兔游戏盒子尊享版给玩家们提供的BT公益服手游,都是经过官方正版手游授权的变态服,保证玩家们能长久的、安全地畅游变态服,不用担心什么时候会被关服,这样的保证,快来核弹头下载站体验吧。

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In the third and final season of Marvel s Jessica Jones, the series titular character faces one of the most difficult challenges of her life: trying to be an honest-to-goodness hero. Sure, the cynical, superpowered private detective saw a form of that heroism when she teamed up with the other Manhattan Defenders to stop a bunch of ninjas, but it all looked like silly costumes and catchphrases to her. Now, however, Jessica (Krysten Ritter) is trying to make good on her mother’s final wish for her.But since this is Jessica Jones, it will not be an easy path for our heroine to walk. When Rotten Tomatoes caught up with Ritter and executive producer Melissa Rosenberg recently, in fact, the character’s difficult relationship with heroism was definitely on their minds.“I think that Jessica will continue to grapple with that,” Ritter said. “What I love about where we see her this season is seeing her apply herself, see her try, see her put one foot in front of the other in any way.”It is an effort viewers will find new and surprising for a character whose default energy expenditure is drinking whiskey. And while she still enjoys her liquor, she is trying to mitigate that by helping those in need. Not that those in need are always easy to find, of course.“Heroism is supposedly black and white, and Jessica operates in a world of grays, and sees many different facets,” Rosenberg said. “For her, it s always going to be more complicated than it might be for a traditional hero.”In fact, the season opens with Jessica handling once such case. And though Jessica tries to find her own way to be heroic, the season will also feature Trish Walker’s (Rachael Taylor) attempts to become a more traditional hero. An early clip released from the third season sees her trying on and rejecting her comic book counterpart’s traditional yellow spandex costume.(Photo by Netflix)“Her reaction is, ‘no, thank you,’ but all of that stuff was such a joy. The fans love it,” said Ritter of the scene, which appears in the Trish-focused episode she directed. “Getting to direct that was exciting because it s a bit of a turn for our show. [It is] a slight departure from where we normally spend all the time with Jessica. [We get] to dig deeper and really get inside her head, how gung-ho she is, and how laser-focused she is, and how badly she wants it.”And while the story gets into some of Trish’s addictive tendencies and how she uses heroin as a new stimulant, Ritter said light moments like her attempts to find a costume are sprinkled throughout.“We really got to do something new,” Rosenberg added. “It didn t have to fall into the same visual language, even, that our traditional episodes do. It was really, quite an exploration for us, really fun to write.”The episode also features the first attempts to humanize Trish’s mother Dorothy (Rebecca De Mornay). Ritter noted it is “surprising given that she s a child abuser,” but also a facet of Jessica Jones as a whole to give monsters human faces.“Even in season 1, having an episode where you get to know Kilgrave, and you re like, ‘I feel bad for him all of a sudden, but wait, I shouldn t because he s this monster.’ That s a cool thing about the storytelling that we do on our show and Marvel in general,” Ritter said.But will that tendency for the show to humanize people who have wronged Jessica or Trish allow them to reconcile after the latter killed Jessica’s mother at the end of season 2?“One of the things I love most about the way we tell stories is the relationship between those two women and it s really a very honest look at a female relationship. There are ups and downs and very complicated things, moments that you re pulled apart and, I think, there s a lot to overcome this season between Jessica and Trish,” Ritter said.Granted, killing your best friend’s mother ranks pretty high on the things that could test a life-long bond: “It s a hell of a journey for them,” she added.(Photo by Netflix)Nonetheless, Ritter suggested there is a possible “level of redemption for every character” extending from Jessica to Trish to Dorothy and even to Jeri Hogarth (Carrie-Anne Moss), who opens the season asking Jessica to do something she absolutely cannot agree to do. It sets off a series of events that takes Jeri closer to the heart of darkness than ever before — and that’s considering the shady deals she made in the first two seasons! Even more remarkable: she does it for love. Or, at least, Jeri’s concept of love.As Moss put it, “Here she is: successful and everything in this beautiful apartment and at the top of her game. She won all that, got [one over on] her old partners in season 2, and she s completely alone in the most vulnerable state and has no one. That s pretty horrible. But soon, she arranges to meet an old flame from college and sets her sights on becoming the most important person in her world.“Jeri wants to be with someone who reminds her of the goodness in the world,” Moss said of the character’s motivation to rekindle this romance. “But even then, Jeri just can t help herself but to manipulate and mess that one up in such an extreme way.”Teasing the outcome, Moss added, “I think [she] goes way past the line.”Also conflicted is Eka Darville s Malcolm Ducasse, who has gone from Jessica s junkie neighbor to one of Jeri s top fixers. As viewers reconnect with Malcolm, they will see someone more conflicted with his choice to join Jeri s firm than ever before.“His whole journey is around respect and finding respect for himself and then respect externally,” Darville explained. “He s seen that modeled by Jeri, who is incredibly successful and incredibly powerful and has a lot of the things that he aspires to have in the world, but is doing it in a way that goes against every one of his ethics and morals.”(Photo by David Giesbrecht/Netflix)Despite the seeming certainty Malcolm had at the end of last season, Darville said the character is still figuring out “exactly who he is in that and how far he s willing to go.” That said, his story opens this season with a fairly surprising choice: fixing a situation for a client he absolutely would not have just a year earlier. Darville imagines Malcolm found himself getting used to choices like the one he makes in “small steps” while working for Jeri. He also added that the seeming ruthlessness displayed by Malcolm in season 3 may not “necessarily be such a bad thing.”Despite their characters getting closer to an essential darkness, both Moss and Darville felt their characters find fitting ends that will satisfy fans.“I think it s a great end. I m really proud of it,” Ritter said. “We worked really hard to craft an ending that was really satisfying, I think, for our audience who have watched her and rooted for her. [And] for me, playing her for almost five years. We really spent a lot of time crafting that final chapter for her.”Of course, the end of the series is still bittersweet for all involved. Ritter and Moss both mentioned they would miss the camaraderie with the cast and crew, while Darville said he will miss working in New York. But Rosenberg, who was planning to leave the series prior to its cancellation, mentioned she will miss something more central: writing for Jessica. But comic book heroes never stay down forever, so perhaps someday, circumstances will allow Jessica Jones to return.Marvel s Jessica Jones season 3 is now available on Netflix.

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Disney s latest remake, Aladdin (2019) 57%, arrives in theaters on Friday riding a lava wave of hot-takes and head-scratching curiosity: the first images of Will Smith as a blue genie left some fans skeptical, and the choice of British director, Guy Ritchie, who got his start making kinetic gangster flicks, seemed either odd or inspired, depending on your bent. Could the team possibly pull off a live-action version of a tale that got so much of its verve from the possibilities of animation – and the performance of the late Robin Williams? The first word in from critics is that they have – mostly. Not everyone is enamored with this 2019 Aladdin, which infuses a hip-hop sensibility into some of the musical numbers and gives Jasmine a stronger arc, and there are signs of live-action-Disney-remake fatigue. But according to the critics, fears about the Smith Genie are misplaced – he makes it his own – and there is plenty of magic still to be found in Agrabah and the story of its parkour-loving street rat and independent-minded princess.Here’s what critics are saying about Aladdin:Wait, so it s actually pretty good?Call it “Aladdin and the Fresh Prince of Ababwa” — which could well have been Ritchie’s pitch for a still largely stereotype-driven project that seems to work best when it’s not directly emulating the cartoon that came before.  Peter Debruge, VarietyWhile early looks at the film — especially scenes that focused on Smith turning on the bravado with a vibrant song-and-dance — were received badly enough that both Ritchie and Smith were asked to respond to the critical jabs, within the context of Ritchie’s warmly silly film, they work. They really, really work.  Kate Erbland, IndieWire

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(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

reenlit the big-screen adaptation of Downton Abbey may be getting a nice bonus for the holiday. Brad Pitt and John Rambo were no match for the Crawley family this weekend, as Downton defied expectations and topped the box office with a cool million. The hit movie also grossed more this weekend than 109 of the Focus’s 133 releases grossed total since the company debuted with Billy Elliot back in 2000.King of the Crop: Downton Abbey Lords It Over the Competition, Sets Sights on 0 MillionJoel MearesThe numbers for Downton Abbey are pretty staggering. Tracking services had it lowballed to - million at first (only to later balloon up to around double that) but it seems its fanbase was loyal enough to show up and pay for something they got free from 2010-15. Focus really pulled something special off here. The studio has certainly put out a number of critically-acclaimed films over the years, including Atonement, Lost in Translation, and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind – and Downton is no exception, Certified Fresh at 85% on the Tomatometer – but their highest opening weekend until now was Insidious: Chapter 3, which grossed .6 million in 2015.Downton Abbey has already eclipsed that and now has its eye on Focus’s all-time grosser. Worldwide, that title belongs to the Gerard Butler sequel, London Has Fallen, which made over 5 million, but domestically it is the Oscar-winning Brokeback Mountain, grossing million. The only big-screen adaptations to start with over million and not reach that number are the comedies Bruno (.05 million) and The Dukes of Hazzard (.27 million) and if that is possible, could 0 million possibly be on the table too? For perspective, Hustlers opened to a similar .1 million last week and dipped 49% to million for a total of million after 10 days. That puts it roughly a million dollars ahead of the 2016 Magnificent Seven remake, which topped out at .4 million. Will Downton Abbey be frontloaded or do adults finally have a nice PG-rated film they can recommend to their friends?The Top 10 and Beyond: Ad Astra Made A Smart Move, Rambo Takes One Last (?) Go at Box Office Glory(Photo by 20th Century Fox)Industry watchers had one thing right about this week’s box office race: it was a crowded top five. Coming up with a narrow victory for second place was James Gray’s Ad Astra. Originally slated for a May release with nary a first trailer out there yet in April, Fox smartly moved it to a September slot. That likely made them a few more bucks as nearly everything was being swallowed up that month by Avengers: Endgame, though they were probably hoping for an opening in the million region. A .2 million start is in the middle of Pitt’s headliners and while critics are supporting the film (it s Certified Fresh at 83%), audiences may find its introspective approach to sci-fi challenging. We’ll set the first estimate for the film between million and million, which means the international audience will have to chip in to cover the reported  million budget. The film has grossed an additional million outside North America.From one film challenging the notion of the alpha male to one that s the embodiment of it, Rambo: Last Blood in all its 78-minute glory (sans credits) hit theaters as well. (The film runs longer in international markets thanks to an opening prologue cut from American audiences.) If we consider inflation to chart the course of the series: First Blood back in 1982 would have opened to .6 million and go on to gross 5.5 million; things exploded in 1985 when Rambo: First Blood Part II opened with the equivalent of a .1 million first weekend and earned a 8 million final haul; Rambo III in 1988 would have started with .2 million in today’s dollars and finish with 6.4 million. Thirty years later, Rambo would equate to a .6 million start and a .9 million finish. Now in 2019, Last Blood has started with million and is likely to drop off with the same expediency as the fourth entry, which may get the film to between million and million.(Photo by Brooke Palmer/© 2019 WARNER BROS. ENTERTAINMENT INC.)In a strange coincidence – they re both movies about malevolent creatures terrorizing children – It: Chapter Two is right behind last year’s big-screen animated version of The Grinch after 17 days of release. With 9.17 million after a .25 million third weekend, the movie is more on par with Steven Spielberg’s War of the Worlds and Solo: A Star Wars Story than any of the animated and family films with a similar tally. We are dropping its final estimate slightly from last week down to 0-5 million; the film has grossed over 2 million worldwide to date. In milestones this weekend, Hobbs Shaw crossed the 0 million mark and Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood passed 0 million on the international market, bringing its worldwide total to 4 million.Finally, Amazon keeps trying but has not been able to get Brittany Runs a Marathon into the top 10, where it can get some further headlines. The film finished 12th this weekend in 1,033 theaters, grossing .5 million for a total of million, the studio’s third-highest domestic grosser to date. On the plus side, that is more than Warner Bros.’ The Goldfinch, which fell 71% this weekend and has made just .5 million to date.This Time Last Year: Audiences Chose PG Chills Over Political Thrills(Photo by © Universal Pictures)As The Nun was passing the 0 million mark, Eli Roth’s PG-rated children’s film, The House with a Clock In Its Walls, opened at number 1 with .6 million, while Michael Moore’s documentary about Donald Trump, Fahrenheit 11/9, was roundly ignored and opened in eighth place with just million. That is still better than two of the lowest per-theater-averages of the year that did not even make the top 10: Amazon’s Life Itself, which made just .12 million in 2,609 theaters for a 4 PTA and Neon’s Assassination Nation, which made .05 million in 1,403 theaters for a 8 PTA. The top 10 films grossed a total of .31 million and averaged 63.9% on the Tomatometer; this weekend’s top 10 grossed an estimated 3.91 million, which is good enough for the third-best September weekend ever for the top 10 films. The Tomatometer had a nearly identical average with 63.8%.
Taupin s new song for Rocketman, (I m Gonna) Love Me Again, is the one we think should and will win next Sunday. It s racked up a number of awards already, gives the Academy the chance to honor the largely snubbed Rocketman, and, well, all those years of hosting Oscar parties are surely set to pay off for Elton, right?Sound Editing(Photo by © Universal)Who will win?Oliver Tarney and Rachael Tate – 1917 (2019) 89%Who should win?The precise sound effects of 1917 work with the incredible cinematography of Roger Deakins to plunge audiences in the trenches, and that s why it s our pick for the one that should and will win in this category.Sound Mixing(Photo by © Twentieth Century Fox)Who will win?Paul Massey, David Giammarco, and Steven A. Morrow – Ford v Ferrari (2019) 92%Who should win?Ford v. Ferrari. If the precise sound editing of 1917 puts you in the trenches of WWI, the sound work on Ford v. Ferrari places you squarely in the driver s seat for some epic F1 racing. We re predicting a split ticket in the sound awards so the Academy can allow itself to honor both films for their incredible sonic achievements.Makeup and Hairstyling(Photo by © Lionsgate)Who will win?Kazu Kiro, Anne Morgan, and Vivian Baker – Bombshell (2019) 68%Who should win?Ever since Charlize Theron emerged from the elevator in the trailer for Bombshell looking eerily like former Fox News host Megyn Kelley, we have had the film down as our pick for Best Makeup and Hairstyling and nothing – not even Joker s iconically painted face – has changed our opinions since. It will and should win.Costume Design(Photo by © Sony Pictures)Who will win?Jacqueline Durran – Little Women (2019) 95%Who should win?Mayes C. Rubeo for Jojo Rabbit. Corseted dramas usually top all other costumed contenders at the Oscars, making Little Women an easy pick to win, but Jojo Rabbit s colorful take on WWII Germany is a fashion wonder that many during our deliberations felt was just as worthy of the gold.CinematographyWho will win?Roger Deakins – 1917 (2019) 89%Who should win?Roger Deakins is a god of cinematography at this point and was long overdue for an Oscar when he won for Blade Runner:2049. If you want to know why he should and will win for 1917, just check out our extended interview with Deakins above, in which he breaks down his craft and the challenges he faced while shooting Mendes film.Production Design(Photo by Andrew Cooper / © Columbia Pictures)Who will win?Barbara Ling, Nancy Haigh – Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood (2019) 85%Who should win?Production designer Barbara Ling and Quentin Tarantino managed to shut down Hollywood Boulevard for several hours while shooting Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and we believe that enviable boast alone will secure their win here. However, the incredibly detailed production design for Parasite – the central home was constructed for the film, as was the squalid apartment and surrounding area the poorer family lives in – had more than a few defenders and is our pick for who should win. It might just cause an upset.Film Editing(Photo by © Neon )Who will win?Yang Jin-mo – Parasite (2019) 98%Who should win?Frequent Scorsese collaborator Thelma Schoonmaker clearly put in work to cut Martin Scorsese s three-and-a-half–hour gangster epic, The Irishman, but the intricate camera work and editing is a huge part of what makes Parasite a masterful piece of cinema. Go back and check out the TB sequence if you need further proof.Visual Effects(Photo by © Universal)Who will win?Guillaume Rocheron, Greg Butler, and Dominic Tuohy – 1917 (2019) 89%Who should win?Dan DeLeeuw, Russell Earl, Matt Aitken, and Dan Sudick for Endgame. With over 2,000 visual effects shots and an Oscar-worthy motion-capture performance from Josh Brolin as Thanos, Avengers: Endgame should be the odds-on choice for Best Visual Effects, but we are betting the Academy s love for 1917 s imperceptible VFX will give it the edge. Perhaps one day The Academy will choose to honor motion-capture or stunt performances in their own categories.The ShortsFor this section we relied on the truly obsessive members of our staff who have seen all (or most) of the shorts. These are their picks and likely your best bet if you haven t seen any of them.Documentary Short  Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone (If You re a Girl)Short Film (Live Action) The Neighbor s WindowShort Film (Animated)  Hair Love The 92nd annual Academy Awards will be presented Sunday, February 9, at 5pm PST / 8pm EST.Are you as obsessed with awards as we are? Check out our Awards Leaderboard for 2019/2020.
Gerard Butler’s Has Fallen series is still bringing the action crowds: Angel Has Fallen s .25 million debut is a virtual dead match for previous entry London s .6 million opening. But with Angel the most expensive film in the franchise yet, financiers are also going to be hoping for some hefty international bucks.King of the Crop: I’ve Fallen, But Can Still Get Up To #1(Photo by Simon Varsano / © Lionsgate / courtesy Everett Collection)Angel Has Fallen has gotten into the positive side of Butler’s box office history with a .25 million start, but will it have enough in the tank to recoup its million budget? Olympus Has Fallen was the highest-grossing domestically of the series with .92 million. But it only grossed .34 million overseas resulting in the million production coming up in the red. London Has Fallen dipped at home with just .5 million, but more than doubled the international haul of the first film with 3.23 million. Hence, the green light for Angel.With 39% on the Tomatometer, the movie ranks somewhere in the middle critically for Butler. Compare it to previous entries: 49% and 26%, respectively. This for an actor who has never top-lined a film registering higher than 60%, achieved by RocknRolla and 300 both. With March openings, the Fallen films grossed multiples of 3.25 and 2.88 over their opening weekends. August box office history suggests that should decrease even more, marking Angel for somewhere around a million domestic total, leaving international the duty of making up the rest to the tune of 2 million to match London. Top 10 and Beyond: A Mild Time At The Movies(Photo by Eric Zachanowich/ TM & copyright © Fox Searchlight Pictures)Last week’s top film, Good Boys, which many were expecting to repeat, dropped 45% to .7 million. That puts it at .05 million after 10 days, which puts it about right in line with a more kid-appropriate August release in David Lowery’s remake of Disney’s Pete’s Dragon, which finished with over million. Universal’s primary cash cow, the Fast Furious series, may be showing signs of wear and tear in the U.S., but Hobbs Shaw just opened in China to the tune of 0 million this weekend. That brings its global total to over 8 million – the 8th highest of 2019. Its 7 million at home is still one of the lower bars of the series.Fox Searchlight’s Ready or Not had a lot of support from critics this week (Certified Fresh at 87% on Tomatometer) and many were hoping it would have opened stronger than it did: .55 million over the weekend and .57 million since its debut on Wednesday. That gives Ready a first final estimate between million and million. Not terrible for the million-budgeted film, but additional advertising costs may keep it in the red if word-of-mouth cannot boost its total further.Sony is not just feeling the brunt of anger from Marvel fans this week, but the belated realization that animated films and August do not mix. The latest example is The Angry Birds Movie 2, which is now up to just .09 million after 13 days. The film is currently 7 million behind the global gross of the first film, which in scale is on par with The Secret Life of Pets 2 doing 0 million less than its predecessor. Disney’s The Lion King, on the other hand, is now the 14th film ever to cross the half-billion line domestically and the 9th film to pass .508 billion globally. It needs just over million dollars outside the U.S. to become just the 9th film in history to surpass the billion mark exclusively with international dollars.Rounding out the top 10, Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood is now over 2 million and has surpassed Inglourious Basterds to become his second highest-grossing film, behind Django Unchained. Along with Jordan Peele’s Us, it is one of only two 2019 original projects to break 0 million. Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark joined the million club this weekend. Dora and the Lost City of Gold is headed to join that club too, but not much beyond that.We continue to monitor films from the festival circuit as this week Roadside’s The Peanut Butter Falcon, which debuted at SXSW this year, expanded in its third weekend from 49 to 991 theaters and grossed million for a total of .7 million. Last week’s 90%-Tomatometer opener from Sundance, Blinded by the Light, dropped 52% for a .1 million second week haul, bringing its total to .2 million. Neon continued to expand its 93%-approved drama, Luce, into another 102 theaters (for a total of 160), bringing its total to 4,182. Finally there is A24’s The Farewell, which lost a small handful of screens this weekend and grossed another 4,000, bringing its total to .47 million.This Time Last Year: Asians Continues Crazy Rich Domination(Photo by Sanja Bucko/Warner Bros.)Crazy Rich Asians won handily for a second straight week, dropping just 6.4% from the previous weekend and earning another .8 million. The Meg maintained its second place status with .8 million. The best of the new challengers was Melissa McCarthy and the puppets in The Happytime Murders, which opened to .5 million, which is million more than McCarthy’s ensemble film The Kitchen grossed this month. The mechanical dog film, A.X.L., opened to just .79 million. And among limited releases, the remake of Papillon made .09 million in 544 theaters, but Sundance success Searching (Certified Fresh at 92%) would turn out to be the one to keep an eye on after 8,769 in just 9 theaters. The top ten films grossed .55 million and averaged 56.3% on the Tomatometer. This year’s top 10 grossed an estimated .60 Million and averaged 68.5%.On the Vine: Don’t Let Go and Saaho To Open Over Lackluster Holiday Weekend(Photo by Blumhouse)We hit the calm before the storm that will be It: Chapter Two on September 6. But for Labor Day weekend, Hollywood is going old-school in releasing, well, not much. Don’t Let Go, which premiered under the title Relive at Sundance in January, follows David Oyelowo s character on a Frequency-like murder mystery that did not impress the press at the festival this year. It currently stands at 47% on the Tomatometer. The lackluster numbers could then indeed open the door for Bollywood action thriller, Saaho, to find a spot in the top 10 as no film is likely to dominate over the holiday weekend.The Full Top 10: August 23-25Angel Has Fallen (2019) 39% – .25 million (.25 million total)Good Boys (2019) 80% – .75 million (.05 million total)Overcomer (2019) 56% – .20 million (.20 million total)The Lion King (2019) 52% –  .15 million (0.63 million total)Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019) 67% .14 million (7.70 million total)Ready or Not (2019) 88% .55 million (.57 million total)The Angry Birds Movie 2 (2019) 73% – .36 million (.09 million total)Scary Stories (2018) 83% – .00 million (.48 million total)Dora and the Lost City of Gold (2019) 85% – .20 million (.09 million total)Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood (2019) 85% – .00 million (3.18 million total)
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11 Things We Learned from Brie Larson on the set of Captain MarvelMarvel released a new trailer for Captain Marvel on Monday night and it demonstrated the power Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) can wield when faced with Skrulls, space battles and S.H.I.E.L.D. quinjets. It also hinted at the character s sarcastic streak with a few choice bits of dialogue. And, finally, the trailer offered a few sneak peeks into the story with Carol s apparent return to Earth in pursuit of some wayward Skrulls inspiring a search for her real identity.Of course, the trailer still favored its need to tease over explicitly telling us much, but we gleaned some great info from the 2 minute and 18 second preview. Here are five things it made clear.(Photo by © Marvel Studios)The Lady On The Train Is A SkrullIn the wake of the first trailer, many were concerned by the shot of Carol punching an older woman on the train – which we established last time is the Los Angeles Blue Line – but others surmised the woman would in fact turn out to be a Skrull. And those who were correct did not have to wait until March to have their suspicions confirmed. In the new trailer, we see the moment after Carol makes contact in the train car. The Skrull, while remaining in the form of an older woman, fights back in what we hope will be a slightly longer fight scene in the finished film.The Skrulls themselves date back to 1962 s Fantastic Four #2. The race of alien shape-shifters saw Earth as a key strategic vantage point in their war against the Kree. Unfortunately for both sides, the arrival of superheroes on Earth tipped the balance and eventually led to the Avengers becoming involved in the conflict. After thousands of years, the Kree-Skrull War ended thanks to Earth s heroes, but the hostility of both races never abated.In the realm of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it seems the Skrulls are nowhere to be seen in movies like Guardians of the Galaxy and Avengers: Infinity War, suggesting the Kree-Skrull War ended sometime before the first Iron Man. Of course, their ability to mimic other shapes and powers may mean they are still around today, lurking in secret and waiting for the moment to advance their agenda.That was the plot of the 2008 Marvel Comics crossover event Secret Invasion, in which heroes like Carol s good friend Spider-Woman turned out to be Skrull agents embedded sometime before the full Skrull plan was set into motion. The story was controversial, but the premise could form a solid overarching plot going into the MCU s fourth phase. It remains to be seen if this is the direction the Avengers films will take after the fourth film, but if we had to bet on someone being a secret Skrull, we’re saying its Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner). He’s too well adjusted to be a real Marvel hero.(Photo by © Marvel Studios)Carol Has AmnesiaWhile the previous trailer strongly hinted at the loss of Carol’s memories, this trailer makes it text. From what we can glean, her life on Earth was likely her true history with a second life superimposed on her memory when she made it to Kree space. The previous trailer left people wondering if she was completely an invention of the Kree who merely dreamed she was human.But learning the truth will still have wide-reaching implications as her loyalty will come into question by the likes of Jude Law’s still unnamed character. Skrull commander Talos (Ben Mendelsohn) may be the primary target, but the Kree Empire may not like the Carol Danvers who comes back from Earth after completing the mission.Maybe that’s why she’s been missing in the years between the film and the modern MCU. Returning to Earth could put the planet in jeopardy as the Kree are not exactly the friendliest humanoid species in the cosmos. Consider Ronan’s (Lee Pace) refusal to honor the treaty signed between the Kree Empire and the Nova Empire in Guardians of the Galaxy. The Kree like making war and, perhaps, Carol led them on a 25-year wild goose chase to keep them away from the planet she suddenly discovered was her real home.(Photo by © Marvel Studios)“Longer, Stronger, Superior”The line, uttered by Annette Benning in the trailer, is a direct callback to the 2014 Captain Marvel story by Kellysue DeConnick and artist David Lopez known as Higher, Further, Faster, More. The story saw Carol move back into space, form a team of her own, and face the precarious state of interstellar politics.That may turn out to be the rough arc of the film as well. Carol s attempt to recover her memories as an Air Force pilot may uncover a secret both the Skrulls and the Kree want to remain hidden, even if Talos appears to offer it to her during one moment in the trailer. But should she learn the truth, it may lead her back into space for a long time to deal with the fallout.(Photo by © Marvel Studios)Mohawks In SpaceThis one may have been a given, but the new trailer finally revealed that Carol’s space Mohawk will be featured in Captain Marvel. The notion that Carol’s space helmet would allow for a Mohawk-shaped slice of her hair to peer through was part of artist Jamie McKelvie’s 2012 redesign for Captain Marvel’s costume – though he admitted early on that Marvel chief creative officer Joe Quesada suggested the idea. The Marvel executive thought it would be Carol s take on the traditional fin atop a Kree helmet.On the page, it reflects her rebellious streak while the rest of the costume indicates her dedication. Also, as McKelvie saw it, the helmet tells you things are about to get serious when she makes it appear. On screen it looks … well, it looks a little big hokey, but it certainly feels right in the trailer’s later moments when Carol takes the fight back into space.Come to think of it, the entire red-blue-gold color scheme of her costume in those scenes looks great, even if they’re less saturated than the colors of her comic book counterpart. It also appears to serve as a visual divide between the Kree, the Skrulls, and whatever Carol turns out to be after he trip to Earth.(Photo by © Marvel Studios)Carol Has Her CatAt the end of the trailer, Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) kneels down to pet a cat named Goose. While the S.H.I.E.L.D. records facility appears to be its home, the feline is an obvious reference to the comics, in which Carol owns a small cat named Chewie – itself a reference to Carol’s love of Star Wars. Of course, once she heads back out into space in Higher, Further, Faster, More, Carol discovers Chewie is also an alien. According to Rocket Raccoon, who ends up on Carol s ship, the cat is a really a Flerken. The species takes the form of Earth cats, but can also sprout tentacles and even generate pocket universes. He’s none-too-pleased to see a Flerken on board, but the two eventually come to an accord.It remains to be seen if Goose is also an alien, but it represents a fidelity to the source, even if the production still had to change the name. And by featuring it in the second trailer, one can expect the cat will be more than a throwaway gag.Unless, of course, the cat’s true form will be the focus a post-credit stinger.Captain Marvel is in theaters everywhere March 8, 2019.

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