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九游会国际采用百度引擎0(Baidu 4)(Photo by FOX, Walt Disney Pictures, Kyle Kaplan / Amazon / courtesy Everett Collection)“Know Your Critic” is a column in which we interview Tomatometer-approved critics about their screening and reviewing habits, pet peeves, and personal favorites.Emily VanDerWerff got started as a critic by covering Battlestar Galactica episodically. She’d created a blog with the intention of writing for and about television, and caught her break when an editor – Matt Zoller Seitz, now Editor-at-Large for RogerEbert.com – invited her to join The House Next Door’s roster. Now, she’s several years into her role as a critic for Vox and continues that legacy of boosting up-and-coming voices. She also wants you to know that she’s currently without a cellphone. Emily VanDerWerff doesn t have a phone,” she told Rotten Tomatoes in an interview. “It makes her life difficult, but she feels compelled to bring it up at every instance. In addition to her criticism, Emily has produced several podcasts. She launched TV on the Internet with her wife, IndieWire’s TV Awards Editor Libby Hill; she currently hosts Vox’s What to Watch podcast; and she is the co-creator of Arden, a fictionalized spin on the beloved true crime genre. She says working on Arden has made her ”weirdly gun shy about being a critic.” Not because she’s afraid to be critical – criticism is fundamentally “an act of love” for her – but because writing a fiction series has given her new perspective on narrative decision-making.“The choices we make are so often deliberate choices that we are making to achieve a certain effect. Maybe you don t agree with that effect, but that doesn t mean the choice was wrong,” she said. “Similarly, the choices we re making are sometimes driven by lack of budget, lack of actor availability, lack of everything and sometimes, I m disappointed with the way things turned out too, but there was a reason that happened and now I know the reason.”Emily VanDerWerff is Critic at Large at Vox. Her reviews can also be found at AV Club and Slant Magazine. Find her on Twitter: @emilyvdw.What was the first movie that you saw when returning to theaters?Oh, oh, oh, I know this one! They started doing press screenings again and the first movie I saw was A Quiet Place Part II, which I thought was pretty good. The lights dimmed, the movie started and it took me about a half-hour to have a complaint because I was just like, I m having a great time.” There are things in that movie that make no sense whatsoever! There s an attempt to add emotional resonance to stuff that I don t think entirely works. There s zombie people living on a boat, but it s never quite explained, which is fine. I just was like, It s so good to be back. The actual thing where I feel like maybe I was a little easy on a movie – though, I m not ever going to apologize for this because I had a blast watching it – was a couple of days later I saw Cruella and it was just like, I m having the time of my life just sitting here and watching Emma Stone stomp on people. When you re watching things at home, do you have a screening ritual?My ritual is I don t have a ritual. I do have a ritual when I go to the movies. The Alamo Drafthouse here in Downtown LA – I go there and I get a popcorn and I get a Coke Zero and I watch the trailers and, usually, I get chicken strips and that s about as close as I come.What is the best thing that you watched in quarantine?The Underground Railroad. I think this is the best TV show in a long time and I am just blown away by it, and I hope that more people discover it over the years to come. I watched Neon Genesis Evangelion toward the tail end of quarantine, and that is just one of the best things. It s so weird and complicated and beautiful and strange.I rewatched all of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine with some friends and … What a fun show? Like, what a good show? It s always been my favorite Star Trek and this rewatch just kind of solidified that.(Photo by Hulu)What are you most proud of in your career so far?If you were going to ask me one or two pieces, I d probably point to my Handmaid s Tale season three review, which I came out as a trans woman. I feel like my recent Underground Railroad review was a really great attempt to wrestle with some stuff within the form.What I m proudest of is the stable of collaborators I ve built. This is the thing I feel like if I want people to take anything away from my time in journalism and my time in criticism that they re not taking away from it. What we did at The A.V. Club, we helped build a team of freelancers. We built a team of writers. We built a team of regular contributors that substantially changed the scope of the Someone just came in and threw a salad on the floor! Make that your lead, “Emily VanDerWerff s wife enters and throws a salad on the floor.” [laughs]… The thing that we did at The A.V. Club is we built this team of regular collaborators, regular writers and substantially shifted. … It s been similarly true at Vox. I continue to try to figure out: Who s new? Who s up and coming? Whose writing do I really like? Then, I try to work with them whenever I can. That s the thing I m proudest of. I say that sometimes and people think of me as a writer because I write a lot, but I am, honestly, proud of some of my editorial managerial achievements and choices.What is the hardest review or piece you ve written so far?That Handmaid s Tale piece. I went through many drafts. I don t struggle with reviews, generally. I usually sit down and have a sense of what I want to say. So yeah, I think it s probably the Handmaid s Tale review because it was a question of striking exactly the right balance and understanding how much to talk about Handmaid s Tale and how much to talk about myself, and how to blend those two things together.If television isn t some part of a queer person s coming out, are they really queer?This is true.That’s a joke based on my experience.I spent most of my adolescence watching women on television and really identifying with them. When I was a teenager, I grew my hair like Angela on My So-Called Life and just so wanted that look and wouldn t tell myself why. I knew why, I just wouldn t look at it.One of the times when I almost came out was in 2013. I was watching New Girl, one of my favorite television programs. There s this moment where Zooey Deschanel is wearing just the cutest dress. I saw that and some part of my brain was like, Zoey Deschanel and you are around the same age. If you wanted to, you could wear that dress. She s significantly shorter than me and significantly in better shape than I was at the time, but just something zinged through my brain and I immediately shut it down because I didn t come out to myself until 2018 – it was a five-year gap in there.Television gives us new ways of imagining ourselves and consistent ways of seeing ourselves. It gives us new ways of thinking about what is possible. I think it is not a coincidence that I came out in the midst of TV deciding it was cool to tell stories about trans people, sometimes very poorly, but doing it more and more often. Seeing Laverne Cox in Orange is the New Black was a big moment for me. Transparent was a big moment for me – as many issues as that show has both in front of and behind the camera, it was a huge, huge deal for me.What s interesting has been seeing how now that I m out, I ve kind of moved past those things and I don t need them. Hollywood is still very much stuck in, If we re going to tell a story about a trans person, we d better over-explain everything. I think that s fine. The cis need to have trans-ness explained to them to some degree because it s very confusing to them apparently.Over and over again, apparently.It s important to do that, but in my own work – in Arden, we had a character who was trans in our second season. There was an episode where she did a lot of explaining about what it meant to be trans. Then, I talked with the actress about it and she was like, I don t know if we need this. I was like, “I don t know if we need it either,” so I just took it all out. There are remnants of it in there, but it s all just stuff that would have come up in normal conversation.The show assumes that you care about the character on an emotional level. You don t need to care about them on an intellectual level. You don t need to sit there and know what their dosage is every day and if they take their estrogen sublingually, or if they do a weekly injection, or if they have patches. The show assumes you don t care about that because why would you? I m not saying that we wrote the greatest trans character in history. Other people can and should say that. I am not going to say that, but I feel like we got closer to it than we would have been if we had just gone with my script where I was like, Here s how it feels to be a trans woman. We need some of that. We certainly need some of that in mainstream TV and movies – that s how we move this conversation – but we also need stuff that is a little bit more specific and weird and interesting.

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5.89.7 8月喜迎Black History Month is a time where we reflect on the Black pioneers of the past and celebrate the Black change-makers of today and tomorrow. Today, Black film and TV is thriving: Filmmakers such as Ava DuVernay, Spike Lee, Jordan Peele, Barry Jenkins, Dee Rees, and countless others are creating art across genres, in theaters, and for TV that centers on people and communities that look like them. As they forge new ground in this space, we re taking a look back at the forebears who paved the way for their work. These Black filmmaking pioneers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries helped shape the modern film industry and often challenged the cartoonish, tired, and racist stereotypes pushed out by those who held the most power in Hollywood in its earliest years.Recommended: The 100 Best Black Movies of the 21st CenturyYou will know the names of some of these writers, directors, and performers, while others are mostly hidden figures in cinema s history, with much of their work tragically lost. These are our folk heroes, and this month we speak their name, celebrate their work, and honor the contribution they made to the movies and to culture.  Maria P. Williams (1866-1932) Williams is known as the first Black female film producer, and had worked as secretary and treasurer of the Western Film Producing Company (the company that distributed her first film and of which her husband was president). It s debated whether or not Williams directed Flames of Wrath, which has been attributed to her – director and producer were often interchangeable in the silent film era – but she did write, distribute, and act in the 1923 film. Prior to filmmaking, Williams was an activist and author, writing a book in 1916 on her activism entitled My Work and Public Sentiment. On the book’s first page she writes that 10 percent “of all money received from the sale of this book will go to create a fund to be used for the suppression of crime among Negros.”Noble Johnson (1881-1978)(Photo by Everett Collection )Black actors found work during the silent film era, but were often confined to racially stereotypical roles. Through his work as an actor and president of his own film company, Johnson sought to change this. Making his film debut in 1915, he was a successful character actor who appeared in 144 films, including 1925’s The Thief of Bagdad and 1932’s The Most Dangerous Game (both 100% on the Tomatometer), 1932’s The Mummy (93%), and 1933’s King Kong (98%). But steady acting gigs weren t enough: Johnson (born Mark Noble) founded the all-Black–owned and Black-run production studio Lincoln Motion Picture Company with his brother George in 1916. The birthplace of the “race film” genre, the studio sought to produce positive films starring Black actors. Johnson was president of the company from its inception until its closure in 1921, funding the studio with checks from his acting work. The company only produced five films – most of which are lost – but it is often praised as an inspiration for Black-owned film companies that followed.Lester Walton (1882-1965)Where would the storied history of Black film be without the inclusion of the voices of Black film critics? Walton began his expansive career at the St. Louis Star, becoming the newspaper’s first full-time Black reporter. He then moved to New York, becoming the theatrical editor and manager for the New York Age, and began writing about representation of Black people in film. As a Civil Rights activist, diplomat, songwriter, theater owner, and film critic/essayist, Walton wore many hats. He also served as Vice President for the Negro Actors Guild of America, where he lobbied for integration in film, TV, and radio. Always connecting art to politics, Walton – in partnership with the Associated Press – also lobbied to have the word negro spelled with a capital “N.”Oscar Micheaux (1884-1951)(Photo by Everett Collection)“Race film” was a genre during the Jim Crow era, referring to movies created for and by Black people partly as a way to commit to screen the discrimination they faced. Micheaux began as a novelist and then transformed into a prominent voice within the genre. Hailed as the first major Black filmmaker, Micheaux directed and produced 42 feature films from 1919 to 1948, beginning with 1919’s The Homesteader, adapted from his first novel. His vision centered on Black life during Jim Crow, tackling subjects such as racial violence, rape, economic oppression, and discrimination. Most notably, Michaeux directed, produced, and wrote 1925’s revered Body and Soul, which was Paul Robeson’s debut. The film was included in the Library of Congress s National Film Registry in 2019. Through his work, Micheaux embodied the words he became famous for: “We want to see our lives dramatized on the screen as we are living it, the same as other people, the world over.” Hattie McDaniel (1893-1952)(Photo by Bettmann / Contributor / Getty Images)McDaniel was a trailblazing actress, becoming the first Black performer to be nominated for and win an Oscar, winning the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as “Mammy” in 1939’s Gone With the Wind. (See her moving speech here.) Wind was a boost to an already strong career as a songwriter, musician, touring stage performer, and radio actress. She appeared in 97 films, including 1934’s Judge Priest and Show Boat with Paul Robeson, and was among the first Black entertainers to star in her own radio and TV series, Beulah. While her Oscar was revolutionary, McDaniel’s career was burdened by being typecast in the Mammy-style roles before and after her win – roles such as Mammy Lou in her first film, 1932’s The Golden West, Malena in 1935’s Alice Adams, and Hilda in 1938’s The Mad Miss Manton. It’s notable that at the 1940 Academy Awards – the peak of Jim Crow – McDaniel had to sit at a separate table in the back of the ballroom, separate from her Gone With the Wind co-stars. McDaniel did not show remorse for playing these stereotypical roles, famously commenting, “I d rather play a maid and make 0 a week than be one for .” (Eighty years later, as Rotten Tomatoes’ Jacqueline Coley has detailed, Black actresses still struggle to be awarded for performances that break from the “Mammy” caricature.)Spencer Williams (1893-1969)(Photo by Everett Collection )Like Oscar Micheaux, Williams (above right) was known as one of the most prolific Black filmmakers of the first half of the 20th Century. As a pioneering director, screenwriter, and actor, his work pushed the “race film” genre forward. Of the 13 films he directed, 1941’s The Blood of Jesus is considered his masterpiece, depicting Southern Baptist religion through a Black lens. In 1991, The Blood of Jesus became the first “race film” to be included in the Library of Congress s National Film Registry. Williams also enjoyed a successful acting career. After working as a character actor in a series of Black-cast westerns in the 1930s, Williams became known as Andy in CBS s Amos n Andy TV series. Williams didn’t receive the full accolades his storied career warranted until after his death, when most of his films were found in a Texas warehouse in the 1980s.Tressie Souders (1897-1995)Men weren’t the only ones sharing their perspectives on contemporary Black life in film in the early 20th Century – Black women also created work to have their voices heard. Souders is notably known as the first Black woman to direct a feature film, A Woman s Error. The film was distributed by Afro-American Film Exhibitors’ Company in 1922, but unfortunately no version of the film has been recovered. The director and writer is as elusive as the film itself, with little biographical information about her available beyond reports of the movie and census records.Paul Robeson (1898-1976)(Photo by Everett Collection)As a Civil Rights activist, concert artist, author, professional athlete, and star of stage and screen, Robeson was one of the most important cultural figures of the first half of the 20th Century. He started his phenomenally successful acting career in Oscar Micheaux’s 1925 film Body and Soul, and went on to star in the likes of 1933’s The Emperor Jones, 1936’s Show Boat (100% on the Tomatometer), and on stage in productions of Othello and The Emperor Jones. But his success in Hollywood didn’t curb his voice. The outspoken Robeson caught the eye of the FBI due to his support of the Civil Rights movement and favorable view of Communist policies, the latter of which got him blacklisted. When McCarthyism waned, Robeson made strides to come back in the spotlight, but eventually retired to a quiet life. Fredi Washington (1903-1994)(Photo by Everett Collection)Washington (above right) performed in nine films and a number of Broadway productions throughout her career, which coincided with the Harlem Renaissance. She’s best known for playing Peola Johnson, a fair-skinned Black woman who passes as white, in the 1934 Academy Award Best Picture nominee, Imitation of Life. After her film career ended, she became a Civil Rights activist, working closely with NAACP President Walter White and becoming a founder of the Negro Actors Guild of America. Washington kept a foot in the industry as the entertainment editor for The People s Voice, a progressive Black newspaper founded by Adam Clayton Powell Jr., as well as working as a casting consultant for the musical productions of Carmen Jones and Porgy and Bess. Thumbnail image courtesy the Everett Collection
Debbie DayComic-Con International: San Diego is very much a convention about television. That evolution is hardly surprising with the similarities the format shares with comic books. Both allow their audiences to grow intimately attached to characters over a long timespan. Both reveal their stories in installments, utilizing a certain pace within episodes (or issues) and a larger construction of momentum across a season (or story arc).And in 2019, television — particularly of the kind based on comic books —dominates the programming schedule with The CW’s superhero offerings taking over Ballroom 20 for most of Saturday and shows like The Walking Dead and Riverdale commanding Hall H-sized crowds. Additionally, HBO is setting up a Watchmen experience at the Petco Park Home Plate Gate (and at the parking lot on the corner of Sixth Avenue and Island Avenue) to promote their upcoming quasi-sequel to the landmark miniseries by Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons, and John Higgins. Trying to see all of the Comics on TV style programming may be impossible, but we imagine the most hard-core Comic-Con aficionados (and some of us contractually-obligated media types) are willing to try.With that in mind, join us as we take a look at all the panels highlighting Comics on TV at Comic-Con. It may help you choose your priorities.WednesdayWarner Bros. Television always brings a few sneak peeks to preview night. This year, Batwoman and Pennyworth are the notable premieres with a new episode of The 100 and a to-be-determined Rooster Teeth presentation rounding out the evening. If you’re done early with the exclusives hunting, it may be worth heading upstairs and talking a look.ThursdayTeen Titans GO! New Episode Premiere and Q A (Room 6DE, 3:15 p.m.)The first full day of Comic-Con gets its Comics on TV content rolling with a new episode of Teen Titans GO! The animated shorts are somewhat divisive with fans of the older Teen Titans unimpressed with GO!’s anarchic comedy and format. Nonetheless, fun can be had as members of the voice cast and the crew will be on hand to debut the new episode. Expect some of the voice actors to switch into their roles during the Q A. It is traditional, after all.Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Hall H, 3:30 p.m.)Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. survived bouncing around the schedule, a cancellation scare, and the Snap to make their way to Hall H this year. They definitely earned it as Season 6 has been its strongest year yet. Cast members Clark Gregg, Ming-Na Wen, Chloe Bennet, Elizabeth Henstridge, Iain De Caestecker, Henry Simmons, Natalia Cordova-Buckley, and Jeff Ward – and executive producers Maurissa Tancharoen, Jed Whedon, Jeff Bell, and Jeph Loeb – will be on hand to discuss alien psychoactive substances, the mystery of Sarge, and the Planet Kitson. They will also tease some events to come in Season 7.Stumptown (Indigo Ballroom, 4:15 p.m.)Based on the comic book series by Greg Rucka, Matthew Southworth, and Justin Greenwood, the new ABC series focuses on Dex Parios, a sharp-witted Army veteran who takes up private investigations to pay off her gambling debts. She also looks out for her brother while solving cases and avoiding trouble. Star Cobie Smulders, along with co-stars Jake Johnson, Michael Ealy, Camryn Manheim, Tantoo Cardinal, Cole Sibus, Adrian Martinez, executive producer Jason Richman, and Rucka will introduce audiences to the TV version of Dex and the Portland, Oregon criminal underworld she knows far too well for her
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NOTE: The free episode is available until 11:59pm Thursday May 23. Check out the full first episode of DC Universe s misfit superhero series Doom Patrol. It will be available on Rotten Tomatoes for a full week ahead of Doom Patrol s season finale.About the Series: Doom Patrol is a re-imagining of DC s most beloved group of outcast superheroes: Robotman, Negative Man, Elasti-Girl, and Crazy Jane, led by modern-day mad scientist Dr. Niles Caulder (The Chief). The Doom Patrol s members each suffered horrible accidents that gave them superhuman abilities — but also left them scarred and disfigured. Traumatized and downtrodden, the team found purpose through The Chief, who brought them together to investigate the weirdest phenomena in existence — and to protect Earth from what they find. Part support group, part superhero team, the Doom Patrol is a band of super-powered freaks who fight for a world that wants nothing to do with them. Picking up after the events of Titans, Doom Patrol will find these reluctant heroes in a place they never expected to be, called to action by none other than Cyborg, who comes to them with a mission hard to refuse, but with a warning that is hard to ignore: their lives will never, ever be the same.Starring: Diane Guerrero as Crazy JaneApril Bowlby as Rita Farr / Elasti-WomanJoivan Wade as Victor Stone / CyborgAlan Tudyk as Mr. NobodyMatt Bomer as Larry Trainor / Voice of Negative ManBrendan Fraser as Cliff Steele / Voice of RobotmanTimothy Dalton as Niles Caulder / The ChiefRiley Shanahan as Robot Man (on-set performer)Matthew Zuk as Negative Man (on-set performer)Doom Patrol’s remaining episodes are available to stream on DC Universe.
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This week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering new titles like The Bodyguard, Gladiator 2, and Wonka.This WEEK S TOP STORYAPPLE WINS HEATED AUCTION FOR A CLOONEY AND PITT REUNION(Photo by ©Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)Movie stars fake friendships on movie sets all the time, but one franchise in which the stars seemed to genuinely enjoy working together was Steven Soderbergh s Ocean s Eleven (and its sequels), and that included the franchise s three biggest stars, George Clooney, Brad Pitt, and Matt Damon. Over last weekend, the news broke that George Clooney and Brad Pitt were attached to star in an untitled thriller package that became the subject of a heated bidding war amongst such companies as Amazon, Annapurna, Apple, Lionsgate, MGM, Netflix, Sony, Universal, and Warner Bros. When the dust settled, the project was won by Apple Studios, which will reportedly give the film a robust theatrical release in addition to a likely release on Apple TV+ as well. The premise of the thriller is being kept secret, but the director who s attached is Jon Watts, who is coming off his hot streak as the director of all three Spider-Man movies starring Tom Holland. Critics generally loved both Spider-Man: Homecoming (Certified Fresh at 92%) and Spider-Man: Far from Home (Certified Fresh at 90%), and the third film Spider-Man: No Way Home (12/17/2021) suggests some multiverse-shaking changes for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. When the trailer for the latter dropped, it also broke Avengers: Endgame s record for most views in 24 hours, which indicates it ll likely be another hit when it debuts in December.Other Top Headlines1. TONY-WINNING PLAYWRIGHT REVEALS CHANGES FOR THE BODYGUARD REMAKE (Photo by Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)Playwright Matthew Lopez became the first Latino writer to win the Tony Award for Best Play (for The Inheritance) Sunday night, and that was also an opportunity for reporters to find out more information on the high profile film project Lopez is working on right now. It was just two weeks ago that we learned Lopez was now working on the remake of the Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner 1990s classic The Bodyguard, and we now have a better idea of how Lopez is revisiting the premise. Lopez revealed that the singer in his version will be a young Latina performer, rather than the established star that Whitney Houston played in the original. Lopez elaborated, It’s about how her life has changed because she is an overnight sensation. In the 21st century, that means she’s in immediate need of protection. It s not yet known who Warner Bros. might be considering for the role of the singer or the title character.2. RIDLEY SCOTT PROMISES GLADIATOR 2 WILL BE NEXT AFTER HIS NAPOLEON MOVIE (Photo by ©DreamWorks courtesy Everett Collection)Prolific director Ridley Scott turns 84 next month, but he shows no sign of slowing down anytime soon, especially considering that he has two films being released in the next two months: The Last Duel (10/15/2021) and House of Gucci (11/24/2021). Scott is currently preparing to direct Joaquin Phoenix as Napoleon Bonaparte in the historical epic Kitbag for Apple Studios, but he s already making promises about the next film after that. Ridley Scott said this week that I m having [the next] Gladiator written now. So when I ve done Napoleon, Gladiator will be ready to go. If it s okay to spoil a movie that came out over two decades ago, several of the characters in Gladiator didn t survive, so it s unclear who will be featured in the sequel, since there were plenty of gladiators in ancient Rome to pick from. The Napoleon epic Kitbag is expected to be released in 2023, so we might get Gladiator 2 in 2024 or so.3. TIMOTHEE CHALAMET S WONKA PREQUEL ADDS THREE FAMOUS BRITS (Photo by Steve Mack, Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)Timothée Chalamet s Dune remake is still a few weeks away from release (in the USA anyway), but he is already preparing to work on another ambitious project that revisits a popular character. Chalamet will be the third actor (after Gene Wilder and Johnny Depp) to play the title character in the prequel Wonka, which will be directed by Paul King, director of the Paddington movies, which are both Certified Fresh at 97% and 99%. The Wonka cast has been slowly growing over the past few weeks (including the addition of Jim Carter from Downton Abbey and Keegan-Michael Key), but this week it expanded impressively with the addition of three popular British actors. The new Wonka co-stars are Rowan Atkinson (Mr. Bean), Sally Hawkins (The Shape of Water), and Olivia Colman (The Favourite). Although Wonka has already started production, it sounds like it s going to need several months of post-production work, because Warner Bros. has scheduled it about 18 months away, on March 17, 2023.4. MICHAEL B. JORDAN TO PRODUCE ADAPTATION OF AWARD-WINNING BROKEN EARTH (Photo by JA/Everett Collection)Once they get to a certain level of success, many actors take on the role of producer as well, though not all of them are equally, well, productive. One actor-turned-producer who is keeping quite busy is Black Panther and Creed star Michael B. Jordan, who in just the three years since 2018 already has 12 projects on his IMDb page as producer. The latest one that his production company Outlier Society is taking on is Sony s adaptation of the three-time Hugo Award-winning sci-fi trilogy The Broken Earth by author N.K. Jemisin. The first book in the trilogy, The Fifth Season, introduces a post-apocalyptic future in which humanity is continually faced with devastating weather events. It s not yet known if Jordan also plans to appear in the films.5. THREE NEW CHARACTERS SHED LIGHT ON AQUAMAN AND THE LOST KINGDOM(Photo by ©Warner Bros.)Going into this week, we still didn t know much about the premise of the superhero sequel Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom (12/16/2022), except that Yahya Abdul-Mateen II s Black Manta will be one of the villains. But the addition of three new cast members offers a better idea of where the movie is headed. Indya Moore (Queen Slim) will play Karshon, who in the DC Comics is a Green Lantern villain and a shark endowed with intelligence and telepathic powers. Vincent Regan will play Atlan, an ancient ruler of Atlantis who gave the city its name, and Jani Zhao will play Stingray, who appears to be a new character created just for the film. Put it all together, and it sounds like Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom will feature flashbacks and characters that don t look entirely human.6. INDIGO GIRLS TO GET MAMMA MIA-STYLE MUSICAL GLITTER DOUBT (Photo by Effie Naddel/Everett Collection)They re still more common on stage than on film, but jukebox musical movies are growing in popularity. The subgenre is defined by its use of pop songs rather than original compositions, and very often, those songs are thematically connected, whether by genre or by artist. 2008 s Mamma Mia! (and its sequel), for example, used the songs of the pop group ABBA to tell its story. Now, the songs of the Indigo Girls will be used to similar effect in the LGBTQIA+ summer romance Glitter Doom, starring Alex Diaz and Alan Cammish as the titular characters. Other supporting characters will include Ming-Na Wen (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Missi Pyle (Galaxy Quest), and Lea DeLaria (Orange is the New Black), along with cameo appearances by Tig Notaro and the Indigo Girls (Amy Ray and Emily Saliers) themselves.7. TYLER PERRY AND BLUMHOUSE TEAM UP FOR THE FIRST TIME (Photo by Kristin Callahan/Everett Collection)On the creative side, people tend to identify films with directors more than producers, but there are indeed some producers who have established strong reputations. Two such examples are Tyler Perry (who s also a writer, director, and star) and Jason Blum, whose production company Blumhouse is one of today s most successful specialists in the horror and thriller genres. Perry and Blum are now teaming up for the first time on a thriller called Help, to be written and directed by Alan McElroy, whose credits as a writer include Star Trek: Discovery and The Vampire Diaries on television and the first Wrong Turn movie (but not the sequels). The premise of Help is being kept secret for now, but we do know that it s already scheduled to start filming in Atlanta in 2022.8. J.K. SIMMONS TO LURK IN THE WOODS AS EVIL KILLER (Photo by Daniel McFadden/©Sony Pictures Classics)Prolific character actor and Academy Award winner J.K. Simmons has played plenty of tough guys in film and TV (including his neo-Nazi character in HBO s OZ (Fresh at 92%). Simmons said this week that he didn’t want to play any truly scary bad guys when our kids were young, but now that his two children are in college, he has freed himself to unleash his inner villain. With that in mind, it was announced that Simmons will star as a sociopathic killer in the indie thriller The Woods, to be directed by Michelle Schumacher, who co-starred with Simmons in nine episodes of OZ but also directed him in her feature film directorial debut, 2017 s I m Not Here (Rotten at 38%). Simmons co-stars will include Allen Leech (Downton Abbey), Isabelle May, and Fernanda Urrejola, as he plays an evil killer who stalks a teenage girl suffering from anxiety due to a tragic event from her past. 9. MOVE OVER GARFIELD; HEATHCLIFF IS GETTING HIS OWN MOVIE TOO (Photo by Everett Collection)Pop culture is littered with characters that feel thematically similar. This is far from a new phenomenon, and you don t need to look any further than the newspaper funny pages to see the evidence. Garfield might be the most famous orange cat in the comic strips, but there was also Heathcliff, who was actually introduced in 1973, three years before Garfield. Legendary Entertainment, the production company behind recent movies like Godzilla vs Kong and the upcoming Dune remake, has acquired the film and TV rights to Heathcliff, which is now written and drawn by the nephew of the Heathcliff creator, Peter Gallagher. Gallagher will also act as producer alongside Steve Waterman, whose credits as producer include Stuart Little (Fresh at 67%) and the various Alvin and the Chipmunks movies.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
The latest episode of Couch Tomatoes will be available November 20. Ever since the announcement of Jon Favreau s Disney+ series The Mandalorian, Star Wars fans have been champing at the bit for tough, gritty, and action-packed space western – and when the series debuted this month, it certainly delivered that. But it also delivered something completely unexpected: Cuteness overload and one of the most intriguing odd couples to ever hit streaming or TV.Stop reading right about now if you haven t seen the first two episodes of The Mandolorian. That big dose of the unexpected arrived at the end of episode 1, and continued into episode 2, with the revelation that the Mandalorian s (Pedro Pascal) mysterious target was a little green infant creature that appears to be the same species as Yoda. Baby Yoda, as the Internet has dubbed him, has not only charmed the world since he showed up, but kicked off some serious theorizing about the creature s origins and what it could mean for the future of the Star Wars franchise.Our guide to the Best Shows on Disney+In this special edition of Couch Tomatoes, host Naz Perez is joined by Star Wars expert Ken Napzok, Collider s Perri Nemiroff and Fandango s Nikki Novak to talk everything The Mandalorian. Is Baby Yoda a new character, Yoda himself, or some sort of clone? Could that actually be Boba under the Mando s armor? Does live-action Star Wars work even better on the small screen? And could this new series tie into The Rise of Skywalker?With each episode of Couch Tomatoes, we dig into a major series or event and provide Fresh picks of great shows to help you cut through the clutter and only binge the best.The Mandalorian is available on Disney+. Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
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Watch: Nick Cassavetes on the famous kiss in the rain from The Notebook above.In 2019, Rotten Tomatoes turns 21, and to mark the occasion we’re celebrating the 21 Most Memorable Moments from the movies over the last 21 years. In this special video series, we speak to the actors and filmmakers who made those moments happen, revealing behind-the-scenes details of how they came to be and diving deep into why they’ve stuck with us for so long. Once we’ve announced all 21, it will be up to you, the fans, to vote for which is the most memorable moment of all. In this episode of our ‘21 Most Memorable Moments’ series, director Nick Cassavetes takes us behind the scenes – and the drama – of The Notebook s most famous scene. VOTE FOR THIS MOMENT IN OUR 21 MOST MEMORABLE MOVIE MOMENTS POLLThe Movie: The Notebook (2004) 53%It would be hard to argue that there is a more beloved romantic film from the last 21 years than The Notebook, the movie about forbidden love and stashed-away letters and rain-soaked makeout sessions that – for better or worse – kicked off a deluge of Nicholas Sparks romance adaptations. The story of poor boy Noah and rich girl Allie and their bumpy road to romance struck a serious chord with audiences, if not critics (despite its lasting impact, the movie is actually Rotten on the Tomatometer at 53%). The Notebook was nothing new – and Sparks had been adapted before with A Walk to Remember and Message in a Bottle – but it was beautifully handled, and packed with indelible moments that still set the heart racing and tears flowing. And then there were the performances. We will never forget the tenderness between the older Noah and Allie, played by James Garner and Gena Rowlands, and the heat between the younger Noah and Allie, played by Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams. As the film turns 15, we spoke with director Nick Cassavetes, who happens to be Rowlands son, about how he found the perfect couple to bring The Notebook to life.“The character of the relationship was: they never agreed on anything.” A lot of the book is very sweet: ‘I love you, I love that you love me, I love the fact that you love the fact that I love you.’ It was a lot of overstating of love, which was not this particular director s experience. I ve been in love, and they said, ‘Well, what is your experience?’ And I said, ‘Well, it s a lot of arguing.’ And so, the couple, we conceived them as they argued, and even though it was forbidden fruit and she came back and the audience wanted something to happen and pretty much we knew it was gonna happen, they had to still retain their character – the character of the relationship was: they never agreed on anything. Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling in The Notebook. (Photo by © New Line Cinema) I was convinced that Ryan was maybe a generational talent. “I was convinced after seeing Ryan in The Believer that he was maybe a generational talent. And so when I approached him, I said, ‘I don t want to make the movie unless you do it. I have big, apple pie feelings about love, and I want the person who plays this part to be a good representative of the male species… and the guy s gotta be you.’ And apparently he responds to that. He was in on all the casting and our great casting director, Matt Barry, brought in all the top young people, a lot of people I had never heard of when they came in. The studio was very, very, very lenient in this process. I think that they were just a really great studio to work for back then, New Line, and they said, ‘Cast whoever you want.’ They would ve preferred if I had cast Katie Beckinsale or [someone else] but they said, ‘The best actress wins.’ Ryan says, ‘Give her my salary, I don t care. We have to have her.' It was really one day of actresses coming in, and a lot of well-known people came in that day. Going into the very last performance, it was Jessie Biel that looked like a shoo-in to walk away with the part. And I had already kind of made plans in my mind for her to do the role. I remember I walked out right before Rachel came in to audition. I wanted to kind of like walk out and pretend, like, go to my car and see how many more people were there, because the audition process is always a deeply stressful kind of a process for me, so I was hoping it would be over soon. And there was only one girl out there and she had a little short haircut and was smoking a cigarette and I can t remember if it was a leather jacket, but some kind of like a little punky jacket. I m like, ‘Oh, good, there s only one more girl.’ This girl came in and she just lit it up. I didn t know who she was. She photographs great, she s a beautiful girl, and she s a fighter, man. She is a hell of an executor. And when Ryan started to play a little bit during the scenes, she was right there with him and he got excited and then we read another scene, and we read another scene. And after the audition, he said, ‘I don t care what happens, we have to have her.’ I said, ‘No, I know that. We ll get her.’ He says, ‘Give her my salary, I don t care. We have to have her. I said, ‘You don t need to give her your salary. We re gonna hire her.’ And we did.”McAdams was one of the last actors to audition for the role of Allie. (Photo by © New Line Cinema)

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Ghcxuf Ryan Reynolds stars in Free Guy, a movie about a video game character who suddenly breaks from his expected monotony to reach his full potential. And as it turns out, it’s also a movie that breaks from expectations to reach its full potential. That’s the consensus from the surprisingly very positive reviews from the new action-comedy, which hits theaters on August 13.While familiar in its premise and the latest movie to capitalize on a studio’s willingness to mash up famous pop culture IP, Free Guy is said to be a lot of fun, with tons of action, laughs, and heart, plus a bunch of surprises that critics aren’t divulging. The only place where reviews really disagree, though, is in where they land on Taika Waititi’s scene-chewing villainous role.Here’s what critics are saying about Free Guy:Is Free Guy more than it seems? “Free Guy is way better than you may have been expecting — in fact, it’s absolutely joyful.” Germain Lussier, io9.com“A very pleasant surprise.” Mark Cassidy, ComicBookMovie.com“Free Guy is surprisingly far more complex than expected.” Robert Daniels, The Playlist“I never expected to see a film that hilariously deals with philosophical conundrums the way The Good Place used to.” Sherin Nicole, idobi.com“One of the summer’s bigger surprises.” Joey Magidson, Awards RadarHow does it compare to other video game movies?“The best-ever video-game movie.” Ian Sandwell, Digital Spy“One of the best video game movies that Hollywood has managed to churn out.” Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm“[One] of the best video game-themed movies in recent memory.” Germain Lussier, io9.com(Photo by 20th Century Studios)Will it appeal to gamers?“It actually understands what makes video games tick.” Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm“There are numerous Easter eggs for gamers to find in the background details and, crucially, it s done with love for the culture, rather than any cynicism.” Ian Sandwell, Digital Spy“Very clearly a movie aimed at young gamers… and for a film aimed at gamers, it seems pretty oblivious to what that audience actually wants in a game.” Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects“When branching off the core story and trying to bring in certain elements, gamers may be less impressed with some of the gag choices.” Aaron Neuwirth, We Live EntertainmentWhat about non-gamers?“While it’s very respectful and true to gaming culture, it’s one of those movies that almost anyone could watch and find enjoyment in.” Germain Lussier, io9.com“If you’re not into video games, I wouldn’t say that’s a hurdle for Free Guy any more than not being into Lego is a hurdle for The Lego Movie.” Matt Goldberg, Collider“Free Guy is fun and visually stunning enough to hold the interest of anyone looking for a literal escape to something far away from the real world.” Catherine Springer, AwardsWatch“Free Guy is nothing if not a movie that wins you over in spite of your better judgment and best defenses.” David Ehrlich, IndieWire(Photo by 20th Century Studios)How is the action?“The film is loaded with wall-to-wall action, albeit the cartoonish kind that makes this solid family entertainment.” Chris Bumbray, JoBlo“The action is used not just to entertain, but to develop characters, which in turn endears them to the audience.” Germain Lussier, io9.comAnd the visuals?“The world-building is incredible… The set design and VFX are impeccable and engaging.” Yolanda Machado, Nerdist“They’re just flashy enough to make the world of Free City seem both fun to live in and kind of real.” Germain Lussier, io9.comWhat about the script?“Incredibly uplifting.” Matt Goldberg, Collider“However predictable, the journey to get there makes up for it by being akin to a rocket ship.” Germain Lussier, io9.com“So much energy has been poured into the creation of Free City that the plot suffered as a result.”  Ian Sandwell, Digital Spy“If it sounds complicated, plot-wise, that s because it is, overly so, to the point that the film has to stop a couple of times to explain itself to some extent, although certain plot points remain unexplained, perhaps because the credited screenwriters could not remember the narrative point and/or lost the cocktail napkin on which the script was originally jotted down upon.” Peter Martin, Screen Anarchy“Free Guy is the unfortunate example that fails to add anything new… It neglects to build character and narrative of its own.” Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects(Photo by 20th Century Studios)Is it funny?“One of the funniest movies of the year.” Robert Daniels, The Playlist“Hilarious thanks to a few laugh-out-loud surprises courtesy of the merger between 20th Century Studios and the Walt Disney Company.” Joey Morona, Cleveland Plain DealerBut does it have heart?“It really believes in itself…there’s a real, beating heart beneath all that plastic packaging of Free Guy” Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm“Will make your heart swell and burst.” Joey Morona, Cleveland Plain DealerDoes the r 😈😈

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Westworld creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy will executive produce Jake Gyllenhaal s HBO limited series; Disney+ ups its fantasy fare with a Willow sequel series; new trailers include Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Kaley Cuoco s murder-mystery The Flight Attendant, and Underground Railroad; and more of the biggest TV and streaming news of the week.TOP STORYJake Gyllenhaal Is Starring In and Producing The Son, with Denis Villeneuve Signed On To Direct(Photo by Han Myung-Gu/WireImage)Jake Gyllenhaal is coming to television, and he’ll be all about revenge. The actor is starring in and producing an HBO limited adaptation of author Jo Nesbø’s New York Times bestseller The Son, a crime novel about a 15-year-old boy whose life is turned upside down when his father commits suicide.The boy, Sonny Lofthus, goes to prison for crimes he didn’t commit, and is fed a steady supply of drugs to feed his addiction and keep him from asking questions. But when he does find out the truth about his dad’s death, he escapes from jail and plots revenge against the people he considers responsible for his losses.Gyllenhaal is producing with his Nine Stories company, while Denis Villeneuve will direct. The Son makes the third collaboration for Gyllenhaal and the director, who also worked together on Enemy and Prisoners. Writer Lenore Zion (Ray Donovan) will showrun and executive produce with Kilter Films’ Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, creators of HBO sci-fi hit Westworld.Nesbø’s crime novels have sold more than 33 million copies globally.A Willow Series Is in the Works at Disney+, with Warwick Davis Starring and Ron Howard Producing(Photo by Disney+/© & TM Lucasfilm Ltd)George Lucas’ epic fantasy movie Willow is being adapted as a Disney+ TV series, with Crazy Rich Asians director Jon M. Chu directing the pilot, which will begin production next year in Wales. Chu will also produce, along with showrunners Jonathan Kasdan, who wrote the pilot, and Wendy Mericle.Ron Howard, who directed the original Willow film, returns as an executive producer on the series, which takes place years after the events of the 1988 film. New characters will be introduced, but fans can look forward to the return of Warwick Davis as the beloved hero Willow Ufgood, too.“So many fans have asked me over the years if Willow will make a return, and now I’m thrilled to tell them that he will indeed,” Davis says. “Many have told me they grew up with Willow and that the film has influenced how they view heroism in our own world. If Willow Ufgood can represent the heroic potential in all of us, then he is a character I am extremely honored to reprise.”Snoopy and the Peanuts Gang Land at Apple TV+ for New Series and Those Classic Holiday SpecialsWhen you’re looking for Linus waiting on the Great Pumpkin in the pumpkin patch, or Snoopy serving up his famous jelly beans and toast for Thanksgiving dinner, forget the broadcast networks this year: the Peanuts gang has moved on to Apple TV+. The streaming service announced an expanded partnership with the world of Snoopy and crew that will include new original specials and classic Peanuts holiday specials like It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving, and A Charlie Brown Christmas.New specials will celebrate Mother’s Day, Earth Day, New Year’s Eve, and Back to School, and the 70th anniversary of Peanuts will be marked with a new documentary. There’s also a second season of the Daytime Emmy-nominated Snoopy In Space on the way, as well as a new series, The Snoopy Show.For those without an Apple TV+ subscription, take heart: the service is allowing free access to those classic holiday gems. The Halloween special will begin streaming on Oct. 19, and will be available for free from Oct. 30 until Nov. 1. A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving hits the service on Nov. 18, and will be available for free from Nov. 25-27. And A Charlie Brown Christmas  premieres on Apple TV+ on Dec. 4, and will be free Dec. 11-13.Kevin Hart and an All-Star Lineup with Bryan Cranston, Daniel Levy, and Gabriel Union Bring Back the Muscular Dystrophy Telethon (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)A multitude of  celebs will join host Kevin Hart for the comedian’s MDA (Muscular Dystrophy Association) Kids Telethon, a two-hour variety special that will raise money for MDA, in the vein of the legendary Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day telethons. Participating stars include Bryan Cranston, Daniel Levy, Don Cheadle, Common, Cindy Crawford, John David Washington, Whitney Cummings, Gabrielle Union Wade, Stephen Curry, Zachary Levi, Kelly Rowland, Garcelle Beauvais, Aloe Blacc, Michael B. Jordan, DJ Khaled, Jack Black, Usain Bolt, Adam Devine, Fat Joe, Josh Gad, Liz Gillies, Aldis Hodge, Edwin Hodge, Loni Love, Leslie Mann, Jillian Mercado, and Robin Thicke .The telethon streams live on Oct. 24 (8 p.m. ET) on Hart’s LOL Network, YouTube, Pluto TV, TikTok, Triller, and Twitch. SiriusXM will air an encore of the show on the Laugh Out Loud Radio channel on Oct. 26 (4 p.m.) and Oct. 27 (10 a.m.).NEW TRAILERS: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom Features Chadwick Boseman’s Final Role Before His August DeathMovie Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, based on the play by Pulitzer Prize winner August Wilson, is about singer Ma Rainey (Viola Davis), “The Mother of the Blues.” The film features the final performance by Chadwick Boseman, who plays Rainey’s trumpet player, Levee. Denzel Washington is a producer on the film, while Glynn Turman, Colman Domingo, and Michael Potts also star. Premieres Dec. 18 (Netflix)More trailers and teasers released this week:• Mank is the David Fincher-directed story of alcoholic screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz (Gary Oldman) as he races to finish the screenplay of Citizen Kane for Orson Welles (Tom Burke). Also stars Amanda Seyfried, Lily Collins, Arliss Howard, and Tom Pelphrey. Premieres Dec. 4 (Netflix)• The Flight Attendant is a limited series starring Kaley Cuoco as the titular airline employee who, after a night of partying with a man she just met, wakes up in a hotel room with no idea how she got there, and how the man she partied with is now dead. The dark comedy thriller also stars Michiel Huisman, Rosie Perez, Zosia Mamet, and T.R. Knight. Debuts Nov. 26 (HBO Max)• The Mandalorian season 2 features Timothy Olyphant, Michael Biehn, Rosario Dawson, Temuera Morrison, Katee Sackoff in new roles. Premieres Oct. 30 (Disney+)• Eater’s Guide to the World is a docuseries, narrated by Maya Rudolph, which takes viewers around the globe to virtually sample the best food from various cultures. Premieres Nov. 11 (Hulu)• The Life Ahead stars Sophia Loren as a Holocaust survivor who runs a daycare business, and forms an unconventional new family when she bonds with a 12-year-old orphan who recently robbed her. Premieres Nov. 13 (Netflix)• The Vow season 2 will continue to unfold the backstory and related crimes of NXIVM cult leader Keith Raniere. Premieres 2021 (HBO Max)• The Underground Railroad is a limited series with an alternate timeline in which the network of abolitionists and safe house routes that helped slaves escape to freedom is an actual railroad, which Georgia slave Cora rides to try to get to freedom. Directed by Oscar winner Barry Jenkins, based on the novel of the same name by Pulitzer Prize winner Colson Whitehead (Amazon Prime Video)• No Man’s Land season 1 is a drama about the Syrian civil war, as told via the story of a young French man named Antoine, who is searching for his presumed dead sister. Premieres Nov. 18 (Hulu)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.CASTING: The Crown Eyes Dominic West To Take Over as Prince Charles(Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for dunhill)The Wire and The Affair alum Dominic West is in final talks to join the cast of The Crown for seasons 5 and 6, where he would play Prince Charles. Those seasons will follow the British royal family into the 1990s and beyond, and will include Charles’ divorce from Princess Diana and his scandalous affair with Camilla Parker Bowles. West would co-star with Elizabeth Debecki as Diana, Imelda Staunton as the queen, Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, and Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret.Jamie Foxx will star in the Netflix vampire comedy Day Shift, as a pool cleaner whose business is a front for how he really makes cash: he hunts and kills vampires, all in the name of giving his gifted daughter a good life. The Oscar winner will also executive produce the series.  明月大世界单

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nt when it comes to an epic face off between these two legendary Titans!  Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie NetworkGodzilla vs. Kong is ok I guess, sorta. Lots of cool s**t if that’s your bag.  Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistHow does it compare to the others in the franchise?Easily the best in the series! John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorDefinitely the best of the MonsterVerse. Megan Peters, ComicBook.comGodzilla vs. Kong is the best of all the recent Godzilla and Kong films. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentThe final battle is the most satisfying brawl we’ve had from this franchise yet, putting the camera where I’ve always wanted to see it in Godzilla movies. Brad Gullickson, Film School RejectsWay more entertaining than the two previous MonsterVerse movies with Godzilla in the title. Eric Goldman, IGN MoviesThe plot, human characters, and the lore explanations are the weakest in the modern franchise unfortunately. Rob Keyes, Screen RantKong: Skull Island Godzilla King of the Monsters Godzilla vs. Kong. Germain Lussier, io9.comRyan FujitaniWill diehard kaiju fans love it?I had a total blast with this movie. It gets wonky and weird in all of the places a monster movie like this should. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendIt absolutely delivers on the Kaiju thrashing. Brad Gullickson, Film School RejectsHow does it look?Godzilla vs. Kong is a visual spectacle featuring jaw-dropping fight scenes between the two iconic titans…this film is a blast! Shannon McGrew, Nightmarish ConjuringsThis movie is selling a spectacle, and that’s exactly what audiences will get. Sheraz Farooqi, ComicBook DebateThe visual effects along with the fight scenes are absolutely spectacular in every way. The film feels like an amusement park ride. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentThe colors! This world is so bright and colorful that it s hard not to love looking at it. One scene feels like something out of a top tier theme park simulator; and that s a huge compliment. Mike Reyes, CinemaBlendHere’s the utmost praise I can give a movie like Godzilla vs. Kong: it is a coherent movie with daytime fights and I could always see what was going on. I truly mean that as a compliment. Mike Ryan, Uproxx(Photo by Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures)What about the plot?The story is crazy ambitious and at times achieves some unique sci-fi-coolness. I’d watch it again for that stuff. Germain Lussier, io9.comWe re getting closer to a balance between story and spectacle, and I m optimistic of what the MonsterVerse future could bring. Mike Reyes, CinemaBlendThere’s one storyline that feels very extraneous, but otherwise I was into it. Eric Goldman, IGN MoviesWill we care about the humans?The human story complements the monsters adventures, allowing them to shine. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorGenuinely affecting (the little girl’s relationship with Kong is the most emotional aspect of any of these movies). Drew Taylor, ColliderNewcomer Kaylee Hottle is the heart and soul of the film. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentSome of the human characters actually work. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendGodzilla vs. Kong spends a little more time with the human characters than I cared for, but it never really tries too hard to take them or anything else too seriously. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comStill don t think they ve nailed how to incorporate human characters, but the top-notch ensemble helps. Perri Nemiroff, ColliderThe human parts are still bafflingly bad. Vinnie Mancuso, ColliderMost of the human angles are so overstuffed, illogical and pointless, it constantly took me out of it. Germain Lussier, io9.com(Photo by Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures)What if we re only interested in the giant monster battles?The fights are epic. Mike Reyes, CinemaBlendAs expected and probably as it should be the titan fights are the best parts of Godzilla vs. Kong. Perri Nemiroff, ColliderThe kaiju action is what fans have begged for and will fulfill their need for action. Megan Peters, ComicBook.comJust seeing the two iconic monsters battling each other is worth it alone. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorIf you’re chiefly looking forward to seeing Godzilla and King Kong collide in a fight for the ages, you won’t be disappointed! Adam Holmes, CinemaBlendThe parts where one giant monster wallops the other giant monster in the face are incredibly good. Vinnie Mancuso, ColliderThe Tokyo scene, in particular, which features lots of neon lights is fantastic. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentDoes one of the titans shine more than the other?The heart of the story is Kong. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorKong feels more central and man did I love him in it. Eric Goldman, IGN MoviesThis movie proves Kong lovers right. The far superior character. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistThey each have scenes that showcase their power. Steve Weintraub, Collider(Photo by Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures)Are there any other major problems?It feels like some stuff is missing, and it flies by on a greased rail. But that s part of why I love it so much. Mike Reyes, CinemaBlendWish it felt more like a MonsterVerse capstone, but I like it for the movie it is. Eric Eisenberg, CinemaBlendMore time could have been used to explore this franchise’s deeper mythology. Adam Holmes, CinemaBlendIt s another retrofitted and pared-down for the masses course correction, with most of the world building absent and little reason for its existence beyond preemptive promises. Scott Mendelson, ForbesWill it leave us wanting more?I am going to watch this movie every day it is available on HBO Max, turning the volume on my television up a little bit every time. Vinnie Mancuso, ColliderI will be watching Godzilla vs. Kong many more times. Megan Peters, ComicBook.comGive us more Monster Verse movies! Mike Reyes, CinemaBlendGodzilla vs. Kong opens in theaters and streams on HBO Max on March 31, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

九游会国际 iro is in top form… he hasn’t been this good in years, and his rather understated performance really carries the movie. Brett Arnold, Consequence of SoundFrank Sheeran gives [De Niro] his most satisfying lead role in years. Eric Kohn, IndieWireDe Niro’s superb performance is a close cousin to his work in GoodFellas. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyWhat a joy it is to have Pesci back on the screen and to see him deliver such soulful work in the process…. the film really belongs to Pesci. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmJoe Pesci emerges from retirement to give a superbly measured performance… the polar opposite of the lit-fuse firecrackers Pesci famously portrayed for Scorsese. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterAnd when they re together?De Niro and Pacino play off one another beautifully, with De Niro often playing the calm straight-man to Pacino’s loudmouth comedian. A warmth radiates between the two. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmWhen [Pesci] and De Niro are onscreen together, you believe in the power of art. A.O. Scott, New York Times(Photo by Netflix)What about Al Pacino?Pacino arrives almost a third of the way into the film and instantly electrifies it. Caryn James, BBC.comPacino shines among an incredible cast. [It s] his best display of rampant emotion and thoughtful characterization since Heat. He is Hoffa. Robert Daniels, 812filmreviewsMore than just a believably magnetic Hoffa, Pacino kicks the film into the realm of pure, delicious crazy. Joshua Rothkopf, Time OutPacino’s over-the-top presence borders on parody, but at the same time, feels attuned to the larger-than-life shadow that Hoffa cast in his prime. Eric Kohn, IndieWireHow distracting is the de-aging effect?Is the de-aging process perfect? Of course not… the process is still amazing, and there’s a strange, singular way that it works for the movie. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyThe de-aging is pretty good. I’d say the best I’ve seen so far… you do get used to it. Mike Ryan, UproxxThe eyes adjust to the illusion. Moreover, this magic trick speaks to the unreliable unreality of memory itself… a problem with (potentially accidental) resonance. A.A. Dowd, AV ClubAfter a while, you adjust, or rather, you get tired of probing the slightly-off evidence of your eyes and the headache it produces. There’s a lot of fun to distract you. Joshua Rothkopf, Time OutNow and then I had to stave off a PTSD flashback to Robert Zemeckis’ Polar Express. Stephanie Zacharek, Time Magazine(Photo by Netflix)What about the runtime?The film, which clocks in at 209 minutes — even longer than The Return of the King and Avengers: Endgame — barely feels its length. Karen Han, PolygonThis is a remarkably brisk three-and-a-half hours — Scorsese, at a ripe 76, still directs with the energy of a hungry young filmmaker. A.A. Dowd, AV ClubThe material would have been better served by losing an hour or more to run at standard feature length, or bulking up on supporting-character and plot detail to flesh out a series. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterI’m not sure The Irishman needed all 209 minutes… even when the characters are younger, [it] moves at a leisurely (or even elderly) pace. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushHow s the pacing?Its last half-hour is deeply moving in a way that creeps up on you, and it’s then that you see what Scorsese was working toward all along. Stephanie Zacharek, Time MagazineThe Irishman doesn’t fully engage until its second act. Robert Daniels, 812filmreviews[Steve] Zaillian’s messy script, an ambitious assemblage of timelines, takes its time to fully immerse the viewer into its world… the second half is more lively. Jordan Ruimy, World of ReelIt’s a film that only gets further under your skin after you leave the theater (or close your Netflix browser, as the case may be). Karen Han, Polygon(Photo by Netflix)Does it need to be seen in a theater?The film, by design, is episodic in a way that’s small-screen-friendly. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyThe movie s self-indulgent running time of three-and-a-half hours will pose challenges for home-screen viewing. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterIt should go without saying but yes, if you can, definitely see a new Martin Scorsese movie on the big screen first. Frazier Tharpe, ComplexWhat about the film s female characters?If one fault could be found with Scorsese’s latest work, it’s the waste of intriguing women characters. Robert Daniels, 812filmreviewsFor much of The Irishman, the women are at the margins — wives and daughters, always around, rarely saying anything. This isn’t atypical in Scorsese’s work, which rarely centers on women. Alissa Wilkinson, VoxThe movie lacks a strong female voice but such limitations speak to Sheeran’s character flaws more than those of The Irishman. Eric Kohn, IndieWireIt s a shoo-in for the Oscars, though, isn t it?In terms of the Oscar race, The Irishman is what we thought it was, a likely Best Picture contender with a chance at a truckload of nominations. Gregory Ellwood, The PlaylistIf the Best Supporting Actor Oscar came down to Pacino and Pesci, I have no idea who I’d support. Both performances are transcendently good. Brett Arnold, Consequence of SoundThe Irishman opens in limited release on November 1 and releases on Netflix on November 27.

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