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An episode does have a name after all:  Episode 2: "A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms" 87%. The name highlights one of our favorite moments from the newest season 8 episode of HBO s Game of Thrones, which aired on Sunday night.1. “I’ll Get Right On It” (More Than You Know, Gendry)(Photo by HBO)We’ve seen a bit of this in the trailer. Arya (Maisie Williams) says, “I know Death. He’s got many faces. I look forward to seeing this one.” What we didn’t know is that she was showing off in front of Gendry (Joe Dempsie).Persuading him to stop trying to convince her not to fight, Arya starts throwing daggers at a post. They land in a staggeringly perfect formation, and Gendry – well, if he wasn’t aroused by her presence before, he’s clearly sputtering over this display. So no, Arya’s whole “I know Death” speech wasn’t the highlight here. The highlight was Gendry’s worshipful response.2. “How Do You Know There Is an ‘Afterwards’”(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) apologizes to Bran (Isaac Hempstead Wright) for trying to murder him. Bran gets it, though: The Fates had their way so that Bran could be this all-seeing wizard of uncomfortable stares. Jaime appreciates that Bran didn’t rat him out for that tower push, but what’s next? Bran will not confirm or deny that there is an afterwards. And for that, we think he’s being a bit of an asshole – the conversation was a highlight, but Bran is being a bit of a dick (more on that later).3. “What Happens Afterwards?”(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)There’s that word again, but let’s give a nod first to the scene in which Ser Jorah (Iain Glen) stands up for Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) and, it becomes apparent, suggests that Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) make nice with Sansa (Sophie Turner). Daenerys takes his advice. She visits Sansa, is surprised by Lord Royce’s (Rupert Vansittart) respectful greeting, and has that awkward “I’m going to try diplomacy” smile on her face – it makes everyone uncomfortable, but then Sansa, truthspeaker, diffuses that weirdness by telling Daenerys that she was as mistaken about Cersei’s true intentions as Tyrion was. (Deflect blame much, Dany?) Daenerys likes it when people are honest, so a point to Sansa. Then, Daenerys notes how Jon Snow (Kit Harington) has derailed her own plans to take the Iron Throne. She loves him, she says. Point to Daenerys. But, really, who’s keeping score? Daenerys and Sansa are having a real moment – kicking and screaming inside probably, but real.4. “I Want to Fight for Winterfell  Lady Sansa”(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)Give it up for Theon (Alfie Allen), showing what repentance means (and that Sansa has some power in the room with the queen). Sansa is clearly moved by seeing her father’s former ward again – man parts or no.5. “My little Crow”(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)Jon’s reunion with Edd (Ben Crompton), Tormund (Kristofer Hivju), and Beric (Richard Dormer) is like a little amuse-bouche before the war. Tormund: “The big woman still here?” Yes, Tormund, the big woman is here. Will they consummate their thing?6. “I Don’t Know – No One’s Ever Tried”(Photo by HBO)So, the meeting of all of the principal characters (minus Cersei and Euron) at Winterfell had a few spectacular moments within it.First, “He’s tried many times with many Three-Eyed Ravens.” The “many Three-Eyed Ravens” part is baffling: This is a position that needs to be filled every few thousand years? I thought I’d read my histories, but the idea of “many Three-Eyed Ravens” is news to me. And Bran doesn t know because no one s ever tried ? Is the Three-Eyed Raven only seeing the past these days?Daenerys follows Ser Jorah’s advice and publicly declares her faith in and need for Tyrion. Haven’t we all felt like Tyrion at some point in our careers? Sometimes you just need a little PDA to make everything right.Theon steps up with a pseudo-apology to Bran, telling him he took the castle from him, so now he’s willing to face the Night King with Bran to make amends. Good luck with that, Theon. (We have the sinking feeling that we’re about to get a lesson in just deserts.)“We’re all going to die,” Tormund says, which gives voice to that sinking feeling. “But,” he says casting a glance over at his lady love, Brienne, “at least we die together.” New world order question: Tormund’s behavior is “creepy,” not “romantic”? I try to put myself in Brienne’s shoes – they’re big, that’s all I have to say.Finally, Tyrion insisting that Bran tell him his story is hilarious: “If only we were trapped in a castle, in the middle of winter with nowhere to go.” Tyrion surely knows that Bran may not make it – clearly Tyrion is thinking about his future book deal.7. “Do You Want to Grow Old in This Place?”(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)A friend summed up the black experience in the Seven Kingdoms: “Can we talk about Winterfell s reaction to black folks comin up in there!!?!” Though I feel Grey Worm’s (Jacob Anderson) intent when he asks Missandei (Nathalie Emmanuel) if she wants “to grow old in this place” and then also  her wish to see Naath again, I also kind of feel like the Seven Kingdoms needs to be integrated. I wish she might have said something along the lines of I think we need to bring Naath to the Seven Kingdoms. Too bad about those dead wights walking.We need a vacation in Dorne to remind us what multiculturalism is. (Here’s hoping the prequel mixes it up lots more.)8. “And Now Our Watch Begins”Jon and Sam are on the ramparts having a – Wait, what? Where the hell did Ghost come from? Don’t try to distract us with clever dialogue from Edd. A direwolf just magicked up in here at Winterfell! That was a reunion we were waiting for, and it occurred off screen? Was there an online short we missed? A Ghost s Journey ?#GameofThrones Ghost showing up in this episode like pic.twitter.com/GWLD8lbamu TAMARA (@Bts_ARMYXOXOX) April 22, 20199. “We’re Probably Going to Die Soon”(Photo by HBO)“Seduced” may be a strong word to describe how Arya asked Gendry to have sex. She kind of insists that he service her before they maybe possibly die because of his shoddy blacksmithing skills on her new spear. Kidding. Honestly, it was a powerful female moment: She stated the facts plainly (they may all die) and said what she wanted (to have sex before that happens). He was free to participate or go on his way. And that is what consent looks like, folks.10. “A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms”(Photo by HBO)This episode has been a lovefest between Jaime and Brienne. She vouched for him when the council would have tossed him out, imprisoned him, or straight-up executed him. He scored points with viewers in telling her, “I’ll be honored to serve under your command – if you’ll have me.” Then later – facing an uncertain night with a dead foe – he gets into his cups and knights her. Brienne’s moist eyes reflected all of us in that moment. (If not you, then you have a black heart and only watch for boobs and zombies.)Pod – maker of sympathetic faces, singer of songs. ♥ him! Tormund – a suckler of teats. We’ll leave that there.“In the name of the Warrior, I charge you to be brave. In the name of the Father, I charge you to be just. In the name of the Mother, I charge you to defend the innocent. Arise, Brienne of Tarth, a knight of the Seven Kingdoms,” Ser Jaime said, dubbing her with a sword.11. “I Wish You Good Fortune, Cousin”The one-on-one Ser Jorah had with little she-bear Lyanna Mormont (Bella Ramsey) went exactly as expected, with him trying to convince the tween Lady of House Mormont to retire to the crypt: “You’re the future of the House.” She, absolutely refusing: “I pledged to fight for the North, and I will fight.”Then, you know, Sam (John Bradley) interrupts to give Ser Jorah his family’s Valyrian steel sword, Heartsbane.12. “My Name – My Real Name – Is Aegon Targaryen”Jon’s in the crypt making brooding look good, when Daenerys comes in. “Who’s that?” she asks. “Mom,” he (essentially) says. He tells her the story of Lyanna and Rhaegar, and Daenerys is not exactly happy to have her lover be another contender for the Iron Throne. But before she can get pissed, horns blow and they dash out and nod to each other on the ramparts before, we assume, dashing off to mount dragons Drogon and Rhaegal.Dracarys, motherf ers. DRACARYS The final season of #GameOfThrones premieres tomorrow! pic.twitter.com/go9V3Y6LZ9 Rotten Tomatoes (@RottenTomatoes) April 13, 2019Plus! A New “Jenny” SongFlorence + The Machine are the latest musical act to contribute to the Game of Thrones phenomenon. Have a listen in the video above.What was your favorite moment from the episode? Tell us in the comments.Game of Thrones airs on Sundays at 9 p.m. on HBO. 距离春节还有一个月,大家是不是已经进入了一个薛定谔式的摸鱼等放假状态呢?很多手游都在这段期间更新活动开放新版本,还会有不少新作也将赶在假期前上线,相信能让大家玩得开心~

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(Click to enlarge.)After six intense rounds of voting, we can officially crown Loki as the Ultimate Marvel Villain! The Trickster God who attempted to take over Earth, faked his own death to return to Asgard and rule under false pretenses, and came this close to betraying Thor on Sakaar has won the hearts of fans everywhere with that wink-and-a-smile charisma and not one but two separate redemptive arcs.Were we surprised? A little, yes. Thanos is, after all, the Big Bad of the Infinity Saga, and considering what happened between him an Loki in Avengers: Infinity War, well Let s just say we leave it up to each individual voter to determine how to make their picks in these showdowns, but if it were a true contest of power, we all saw how the championship round here actually went down. At the very least, the final tally was a close one, with Loki taking the victory by a margin of just 52% to 48% of the vote.Thanks once again to everyone who participated in this showdown, whether you took it very seriously or had a bit of fun with it. We welcome fans of all stripes here, and that s what makes these fun in the first place. With that, we ll see you all at the next big showdown!Round 1 Results | Round 2 Results | Round 3 Results | Round 4 Results | Round 5 ResultsFinal RoundRound 1 Results | Round 2 Results | Round 3 Results | Round 4 Results | Round 5 ResultsOn an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.亚博APP下载网址相对于画质和视觉效果来讲,LOL手游还是要比王者荣耀稍微好些,毕竟它是完美的还原了端游,所以画质是非常的细腻,但是从画面风格来讲,两款游戏完全属于两种风格,是没有办法说哪种风格更受玩家喜欢,毕竟萝卜白菜各有所爱。

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With this week’s news that Broadway will remain shuttered through the year, Disney’s presentation of Lin-Manuel Miranda s Hamilton couldn’t be more essential. The filmed version of the stage show, documented from a few performances by the mostly original cast in 2016, arrives on Disney+ this Fourth of July weekend, allowing fans and newbies alike a chance to see the musical phenomenon in the comfort of their own homes. Of course, critics are happy to recommend this next best thing to the live production, whether they’d seen it before or are finally getting a first taste themselves. Some are even saying this is the film we need right now.Here’s what critics are saying about Hamilton:Does the film do the live show justice?Hamilton on streaming… reveals once again the brilliance at its core — and confirms it as foundational myth worth treasuring time and time again.  Angie Han, Mashable[It] captures the widely-beloved show’s infectious vigor and electrical charge, spinning it into a renewed powerful, affecting, and immersive experience.  Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionThe filmed version of the Broadway sensation makes for immersive, exhilarating, magnificent cinema.  Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times[It] is the greatest translation, democratization and preservation of any Broadway show, ever.  Chris Jones, Chicago TribuneThe film adaptation is a marvelous and welcome addition to the show s legacy in spite of a few imperfections.  Linda Holmes, NPRHamilton is as monumental a thing as ever.  David Ehrlich, IndieWire(Photo by ©Disney+)How is it for those who have seen the show before?Absolutely, positively, there is new insight and new excitement here for people who already know that they love this show. Linda Holmes, NPRExperiencing the complete production on film for the first time, I was affected by parts of it more piercingly than ever before. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterHamilton‘s biggest show-stopping numbers are just as impactful on the small screen. Brent Hankins, The Lamplight ReviewFor those who have seen the show live, the biggest added value here is the expanded revelation of the vulnerability displayed by the actors. Chris Jones, Chicago TribuneDoes it live up to the hype for the first-timers?Against all odds, lives up to its hype. Breaking news, I know. But… I’d convinced myself that Hamilton couldn’t be nearly as good as the rest of the world was proclaiming. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendFor those of us who have never seen the stage show… it’s a particular pleasure to be figuratively ushered into the live Richard Rodgers Theater audience. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesFor those who do get to experience Hamilton for the first time with the original cast, you really couldn’t have a better experience. Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesThe lone time I – as a newbie – felt ever so slightly removed from this live show’s fanfare is when the die-hards in the audience audibly chuckle at King George III’s first appearance. Courtney Howard, Fresh Fiction(Photo by ©Disney+)Which performances stand out most in this version?Audiences seeing this cast for the first time will be bowled over by the depth of the performances, notably so with Leslie Odom Jr. as Aaron Burr. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterIt’s Leslie Odom Jr., who plays the antagonist Aaron Burr, who emerges as the great emotional force of the film. Chris Jones, Chicago TribuneArguably its most humane, deeply felt performance is by Leslie Odom, Jr. playing Aaron Burr. Linda Holmes, NPRDaveed Diggs shines while pulling double-duty as both Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson. Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesPhillipa Soo and Renée Elise Goldsberry are superb as the Schuyler sisters. Thom Geier, The WrapHow does the filmed format affect the experience?There’s more gained by harnessing the intimate undercurrents of these numbers with close-ups and medium shots. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionDue to the abundance of long shots and smooth cutting, the intermittent closeups are all the more striking in their intimacy. And sometimes their comedy. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesBetter than a front-row seat, Kail’s film is just cinematic enough to amplify and accentuate the show’s emotional undertow without messing with the carefulness of its stage direction. David Ehrlich, IndieWire[It] emphasizes the individual performances, albeit sometimes at the expense of the show s staging and choreography… Still, it s an effective way to capture the show s emotions, if not its sweep. Angie Han, MashableThe camera that’s necessary for a Hamilton movie limits what you can look at We’re controlled by director Thomas Kail’s eye. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlend(Photo by ©Disney+)Could this actually be better than seeing it live?The film also has the advantage of showcasing the stage

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It s that time of year when we start to break out our sweaters (or, in some places, merely think about doing so), consume pumpkin-spiced everythings, and fret over potential Halloween costume choices. With the latter in mind, you might expect a horror film to top our list of Most Anticipated Movies in October, but folks like Denis Villeneuve, Tom Hardy, and Daniel Craig had other plans. That s not to say horror didn t make it onto our list, but there were clearly other things our fans on social media were excited for. Read on to see the 5 Most Anticipated Movies of October.1. Dune (2021)#1 on Facebook, Instagram, and TwitterIn theaters and streaming on HBO Max on October 22Denis Villeneuve (Arrival, Blade Runner 2049) in the director s chair, an iconic sci-fi novel as source material, and a cast that includes Timothée Chalamet, Oscar Isaac, Zendaya, Josh Brolin, Rebecca Ferguson, and more? Sounds like winning combination, and judging from the response on our social media channels and the reviews that have come in so far, it just may be. It s been reported that Dune, which only covers the first half of the eponymous Frank Herbert novel about the interstellar struggle for control of a desert planet, will only get its planned sequel if it performs well at the box office. The pedigree behind it is impressive, to say the least, so here s hoping fans will show up to see it and get the second half they deserve.2. Venom: Let There Be Carnage (2021)#2 on Facebook and Instagram, #4 on TwitterIn theaters now2018 s Venom didn t impress a whole lot of critics, who largely thought the film was tonally jumbled and a little goofy, but it earned something of a cult following of fans who deemed it a misunderstood gem. Venom: Let There Be Carnage goes whole hog on the weirdness, and more critics edned up appreciative of its winking sense of humor. Let There Be Carnage kicked off the month in spectacular fashion on Friday, October 1, shattering the previous pandemic box office record with a million opening. In other words, it s likely that anyone who listed the film as one of their most anticipated has already gone out to see it, but with an opening weekend that strong, it ll stay in theaters for a little while, so you have plenty of time to catch it.3. No Time to Die (2021)#2 on Twitter, #3 on Instagram, #4 on FacebookIn theaters on October 8The same weekend that Venom: Let There Be Carnage opened Stateside, the latest James Bond flick, No Time to Die, opened internationally and hauled in an impressive 9 million of its own. Being that it s Daniel Craig s final turn as 007, it s no surprise that it lands near the top of this month s list, and when it finally opens in the US on October 8, after countless COVID-related delays, it will likely also dominate the box office here. Reviews have been solid, if not ecstatic, and the film is already Certified Fresh, so it s probably safe to say Craig s swan song will satisfy most fans.4. Halloween Kills (2021)#3 on Facebook, #5 on TwitterIn theaters on October 15Finally, we have a couple of horror films rounding out our top five this month. The first is Halloween Kills, the middle chapter of the new sequel trilogy from the unlikely team of director David Gordon Green and co-writer Danny McBride. The film premiered at the Venice Film Festival in early September to lukewarm reviews, but there s no denying the enduring mystique around seminal slasher Michael Myers and ultimate final girl Jamie Lee Curtis. The fact that it made it onto this list is evidence enough that audiences are eager to return to Haddonfield, even if some of the tension is dampened by the fact that another movie is still to come.5. Last Night in Soho (2021)#3 on Twitter, #5 on InstagramIn theaters on October 29Sharing the fourth spot on this month s list is another horror flick that debuted in Venice, albeit a very different sort of chiller. Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Baby Driver) helms this psychological thriller starring Thomasin McKenzie, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Matt Smith about a young woman in London who has visions of another woman in the Swinging Sixties, only to discover something horrifying lurking in the shadows. Critics have called it a stylish thriller that wears its inspirations on its bloody sleeve, but also one that has some trouble keeping up the momentum throughout its runtime. Still, fans of wright, McKenzie, and Taylor-Joy will likely show up for the movie they ve been waiting to see since last year.Thumbnail by Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary PicturesOn an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

Beasts of the Southern Wild debuted at Sundance in 2012, cementing Benh Zeitlin as a uniquely imaginative filmmaker. The movie blew audiences away and wound up with four Oscar nominations, including one for Best Picture. Fans couldn’t wait to see what this new auteur would deliver next. Well, Zeitlin took eight years to finish his sophomore feature, the Peter Pan-inspired Wendy, and it just premiered at Sundance to mixed reviews. If you love Beasts, though, there’s a good chance that you’ll want to see this movie, too.Here’s what critics are saying about Wendy:Is Zeitlin s follow-up worth the wait?That magnificent eye is still there… Zeitlin is an auteur just as we thought he was and he’s going to continue to challenge his audience.  Gregory Ellwood, The PlaylistWith Wendy, Zeitlin aims for the stars, often forgetting what direction to fly in… Most disappointing.  Ian Thomas Malone, Ian Thomas MaloneWhat felt so revolutionary in 2012 is no less visionary today but packs a disappointing sense of familiarity this time around.  Peter Debruge, VarietyThere’s a reason that films that take this many years to get to screens often come up short… Wendy is a cautionary tale about what causes sophomore slumps.  Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.comWill fans of Beasts of the Southern Wild enjoy it?Zeitlin’s wondrous Pan riff feels like such a natural continuation of the Beasts experience that it practically unfolds in the same immersive universe. Eric Kohn, IndieWireWendy bears some of the same elements — rambunctious kids, magical realism, unknown actors, climate awareness — [but] it feels like an even stronger picture thanks to its filmmaker’s growing ambition. Matt Goldberg, ColliderMaybe some people will think Zeitlin is revisiting the style and themes of Beasts a little too closely, but that movie was thrilling and so is this one. Steve Pond, The WrapIt seems hard to imagine anyone who didn’t respond to Beasts somehow thinking this one works, and even fans of that film may be startled at the repetition. Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com(Photo by Fox Searchlight Pictures)What about fans of Peter Pan?Wendy both honors its inspiration and creates something original. Steve Pond, The WrapAs with David Lowery’s transportive live-action remake Pete’s Dragon, Zeitlin has taken an overwrought children’s story and given it a fresh identity without toppling the original’s core ideas. Eric Kohn, IndieWireZeitlin’s adaptation overflows with imagination as it manages to deconstruct the myth while never losing its timeless energy… The result is constantly enchanting and beguiling. Matt Goldberg, ColliderIt’s thrilling to discover how Wendy reinvents the particulars of a fairy story audiences know so well, and which Disney has so strongly codified for nearly everyone alive today — although the omission of Tinker Bell and the other fairies will likely be a let-down. Peter Debruge, VarietyThere are times when you can feel the film straining to deal with aspects of the original story in a so-called organic way. Todd McCarthy, Hollywood ReporterWill children enjoy it?The movie’s a bit too intense, and more than a little too arty, to suit young audiences. Peter Debruge, VarietyKids will be bored by this movie. Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.comThe lack of any real narrative structure — and the few odd surges of menace, one of which blooms into a moment of shocking physical violence — make it hard to imagine that a younger audience will follow. Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment WeeklyMileage will vary when it comes to Zeitlin’s Terrence Malick for kids aesthetic, which turns on awe-inspiring cues at every turn, and sometimes threatens to turn into a parody of that very thing. Eric Kohn, IndieWireHow does it look?Wendy is an absolutely beautiful film. Largely filmed in the Caribbean, the cinematography provides visual overload time and time again. Ian Thomas Malone, Ian Thomas MaloneThe new movie uses the expansive landscapes of the Caribbean to imbue the proceedings with a spiritual tranquility that lingers in every shot. Eric Kohn, IndieWireEvery frame of the film is excitingly alive and freshly conceived, making it something very much worth seeing on the big screen. Todd McCarthy, Hollywood ReporterAs raw and arresting as Wendy’s visuals are, they’re in service of familiar notions about the fragility of innocence and the impermanence of childhood. Tim Grierson, Screen International(Photo by Fox Searchlight Pictures)Does the story match the visuals?If Zeitlin is infatuated with the act of storytelling, he’s also very good at it. Steve Pond, The WrapThe social commentary feels not only pointed and timely, but still relevant to the conflict of innocent childhood versus jaded adulthood. Matt Goldberg, ColliderAfter a fairly dazzling setup, Wendy stumbles in its later reels, introducing ideas that are often obvious or unfocused  Wendy is so passionately crafted that its narrative shortcomings, though bothersome, can’t entirely detract Tim Grierson, Screen InternationalWendy is fun for a while, but as it drags on, it becomes harder to follow — and worse, boring. Peter Debruge, VarietyThe script is a one-trick pony, uninterested in anything resembling normal human interaction. That wouldn’t necessarily be a problem if the plot knew how to do anything other than meander along at a glacier-slow pace. Ian Thomas Malone, Ian Thomas MaloneThe actual plot of Wendy is so uninteresting that I wished Zeitlin would have been more surreal and symbolic. Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.comEvery kid inevitably grows and turns toward something new; storytellers should too. Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment WeeklyIs Wendy s lead the next Quvenzhané Wallis?Zeitlin’s best asset here is actually [Devin] France, his young lead, who has striking screen confidence and a maturity that makes her seem like a natural leader. Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com[Devin France] resonates with a richness that carries you through the story and often when Zeitlin needs it the most. Out of all the young (and old) actors she makes you believe in this scenario. Gregory Ellwood, The PlaylistDoes Wendy invite repeat viewings?Wendy in every way feels like a handmade, one-of-a-kind, exceptionally fresh and…organic piece of work that quite quickly imparts a desire to see it again. Todd McCarthy, Hollywood ReporterWendy premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on Sunday, January 26, and opens in limited release on February 28.
Summer is approaching, and cinematically speaking, there are plenty of places to go during these hotter months, but nothing seems like a better destination than In the Heights. Once you see the nearly unanimous rave reviews of the upcoming musical — directed by Jon M. Chu (Crazy Rich Asians) based on the Broadway smash by Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton) — you’ll want to book this virtual trip to the Washington Heights neighborhood of New York City.Here’s what critics are saying about In the Heights:Is this THE movie to see this summer?In the Heights is a knockout… This one deserves to be the film of the summer.  Manuel Betancourt, That ShelfIn The Heights’ irrepressible energy is the perfect note on which to kick off this summer’s blockbuster season.  Danette Chavez, AV ClubEvery summer should have a movie like this one.  Joshua Rivera, Polygon[It’s] more than just a movie. It’s more than just a musical. It’s an event.  Anna Menta, DeciderIn the Heights isn’t just a movie, it’s a movement.  Matt Rodriguez, ShakefireCould it even be the movie of the year?There may not be a bigger cardiac rush this year than In the Heights. Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment WeeklyOne of the best films of the year, In the Heights is a special experience. Adriana Gomez-Weston, We Live EntertainmentOne of the best films of the year that is perfect in almost every way. Matt Rodriguez, ShakefireIt’s one of the liveliest and most moving films you’re likely to see this year. Siddhand Adlakha, IGN Movies(Photo by Macall Polay/©Warner Bros.)Will fans of the original Broadway production be happy with it?Bursting with life, love and melody, it amplifies the mega-wattage of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway show, transforming it into a jubilant cinematic experience. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionChu perfectly captures the energy of — and builds upon — Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tony-winning musical. Anna Menta, DeciderChu’s vision expands and enriches the show’s rendering of Washington Heights into a moving spectacle, elevating mundane mornings or trips to the pool into something mesmerizing and exhilarating. Monica Castillo, The WrapIt’s a musical adaptation that feels grand and intimate in equal measure; there’s plenty of pizzazz to go around but Chu knows just when to zero in on small details to make this effervescent musical sing. Manuel Betancourt, That Shelf[It’s] a triumphant adaptation… In its joyous excess, In the Heights makes a case for adapting Broadway musicals into Hollywood cinema. Joshua Rivera, PolygonWhat about fans of movie musicals in general?In the Heights is proof that the movie musical isn’t dead — it simply needed a little flavor. Juan Barquin, The Film StageEven as it calls back great movie musicals both old and new, it also feels like a great leap forward for the genre. Manuel Betancourt, That ShelfThis is the very best of what a movie musical can be. Anna Menta, DeciderIt’s exceptional and rapturous, as all great musicals should aspire to be. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionIt does what a great musical should do. It makes you feel alive. Siddhand Adlakha, IGN MoviesIt’s the best Hollywood musical in years. Jacob Oller, Paste Magazine(Photo by ©Warner Bros.)How are the musical numbers?Each one feels impossibly more iconic than the one that came before it. Anna Menta, DeciderAlmost all the songs are bangers that keep emotions high — you’ll weep, you’ll cheer, you’ll hum the songs to yourself on the way out of the theater. Jacob Oller, Paste MagazineAlthough not perfect in execution, the musical numbers of this adaptation take characterization to new heights as they each respond to the popular music of the character’s country of origin. Orlando Maldonado, The Playlist[Chu’]s end goal seems to be doing the mostest for each musical number, which doesn’t necessarily correspond to doing the bestest. Martin Tsai, Critic s NotebookHow is Jon M. Chu s direction?In the Heights is the movie he was destined to make, and going forward, I hope to see Chu create more musicals for the ages. Alan Cerny, Vital ThrillsOne exciting aspect of the whole experience is Chu s vision on what a movie musical can be… [He] inherently understands that musicals are magical, no matter how small and realistic the plot. Erin Strecker, MashableChu hits a lot more often than he misses, and always when it counts most. David Ehrlich, IndieWireMr. Chu’s abrupt transitions between naturalistic street scenes and the soundstage are characteristic of an inconsistent and incoherent style. Martin Tsai, Critic s NotebookWhile the spontaneity of the dance numbers ultimately works in Chu’s favor, the frequent close-ups do not, and it makes me wish he showed the potential for splashy musicals that he did in his Step Up movies. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmAt times, I found myself a little frustrated with Chu’s directing choices… I wanted to yell HOLD STILL! so I could see amazing performers — and they are all truly fantastic — do their thing. Alissa Wilkinson, Vox(Photo by ©Warner Bros.)Are there any standout performances?The cast is uniformly excellent, with special notice to Anthony Ramos whose charisma leaps off the screen. Travis Hopson, Punch Drunk CriticsOne of the most charismatic and radiantly likable performances you’ll ever see on a screen of any kind, Anthony Ramos plays Usnavi as a naturalized storyteller with a twinkle in his eye. David Ehrlich, IndieWireThe ensemble assembled is out-of-this-world stellar. Ramos and Hawkins turn in top shelf performances. Grace gives a career-defining turn… Merediz is a graceful powerhouse. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionIt’s hard to pick a favorite performance, but with soul-stirring, son-infused Paciencia Y Fe, Merediz reminds us why she’s Latinx acting royalty. Danette Chavez, AV ClubWhile the entire ensemble cast shines, the film is Merediz’s, and she’ll likely be in conversation during the coming award season. Adriana Gomez-Weston, We Live EntertainmentDoes it have a message?In the Heights contains a message of hope that’s well-needed right now. Adriana Gomez-Weston, We Live EntertainmentIn The Heights’ timely story has a topical message that feels right at home in a musical setting… that’s reinvigorated by the way that Huedes adapts her own book into the realities of today. Mike Reyes, CinemaBlend[It’s] a bit heavy-handed at times with its messaging. Juan Barquin, The Film Stage(Photo by ©Warner Bros.)How important is the film s Latinx representation?What I love most about In the Heights is how Latino culture is represented front and center and is not just some afterthought saved for a scene or two. Matt Rodriguez, ShakefireWhat makes the adaptation of In the Heights so remarkable is that it is a major Hollywood musical that allows its Latino characters to live normal lives, outside of gang or narco violence and outside of stereotypes. Monica Castillo, The WrapIn the Heights pulls off the impossible as it accurately represents the Dominican, Cuban, Puerto Rican, and many other Latin diasporas in the United States. Orlando Maldonado, The PlaylistWhat’s most special about In the Heights is that it shines a light on an often overlooked community on film. Adriana Gomez-Weston, We Live EntertainmentThe film ultimately comes off as a corporate vision of celebrating diversity. Martin Tsai, Critic s NotebookBut is it also a movie for everyone?Not everyone is going to feel represented when they watch In the Heights. That’s an impossible task for any movie. Yet [it] can represent many things for many different viewers. Monica Castillo, The Wrap[It’s] a big Hollywood musical that’s not just for Latinx people, but for fans of Broadway, Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s cult of personality, and musical theater in general. They’re going to flock to this film like it’s a hot new brunch spot in Crown Heights. Joshua Rivera, PolygonAre there any problems with the movie?Not all of the updates are seamless; some of the meaningful tension from the original is sacrificed for an unambiguously happy ending. Danette Chavez, AV ClubNarrative and pacing issues… including the very real defanging of the source material’s more complex relationships which create a kind of generic happy-happy joy-joy feeling. Scott Mendelson, ForbesHawkins isn’t charismatic enough to elevate a paper-thin character when placed against a star like Grace. Juan Barquin, The Film StageNot all character arcs are as strong as others, specifically when it comes to Vanessa’s. Her internal and external stakes aren’t brought together nearly as cohesively as her love interest’s. Courtney Howard, Fresh Fiction(Photo by ©Warner Bros.)Should we see it on the big screen if we can?Dreams like this, whether they be large or small, need a big screen to be truly seen; and In The Heights is absolutely worthy of being made into a big time moviegoing experience. Mike Reyes, CinemaBlendSeeing this massive, guileless, heartfelt piece of Hollywood entertainment on the big screen is like coming home after a long year in exile only to find that it’s still there, and maybe even better than you remembered. David Ehrlich, IndieWireSee it with a crowd that will applaud every song and show-stopping dance number. Mike Ryan, Uproxx[It] couldn’t come at a better time and absolutely must be seen in a theater… The experience is absolutely euphoric, and should be seen surrounded by as many friends and family as one can gather. Travis Hopson, Punch Drunk CriticsIn the Heights is a stunning, triumphant return to the cinema that reminds us again and again and again why we love seeing movies on the big screen, together. Jacob Oller, Paste MagazineWill we want to see it again and again?When the credits rolled on Jon M. Chu’s joyous, colorful, pulse-pounding, and hopeful In the Heights, all I could think of was how badly I wanted them to restart the film. Travis Hopson, Punch Drunk CriticsIn the Heights was the last film I caught inside of a movie theater in 2020. I have not stepped foot in one since that advance press screening last spring… There is no film I am more eager to watch amidst an audience than this ode to the beauty of crowds, to the value of solidarity, and to the pleasures of community. Manuel Betancourt, That ShelfIn the Heights releases in theaters and premieres on HBO Max on June 11, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
After what feels like 18 months of anticipation and suspense, The CW’s “Crisis on Infinite Earths” concluded the only way it could on Tuesday night on DC s Legends of Tomorrow. Taking its inspiration from the 1985 DC Comics maxiseries, a certain change to the status quo was inevitable. But as the producers of the various programs explained to Rotten Tomatoes, this change was always the plan and key to the Arrowverse s growth moving forward.The new format may not be a surprise to readers of the original Crisis on Infinite Earths comics, but the choice to pull the trigger and do it on television — to say nothing of its implications for other DC Entertainment media — is unexpected. Well, perhaps not as unexpected as Crisis writer Marv Wolfman s cameo, of course. Nevertheless, the change means the individual Arrowverse shows will look different when they begin to return next week, so take a tour with us as we investigate this new world and what the Arrowverse will look like in 2020.Earth-Prime Debuts(Photo by Colin Bentley/The CW)As revealed on Tuesday night, the universe was reborn. In its wake is Earth-Prime, an amalgam world in which the CW heroes all co-exist.“We knew from last year that we were going to merge [the worlds] and create Earth-CW, basically,” executive producer Marc Guggenhim said of the “Crisis” conclusion. In choosing a name for this new existence, Guggenheim and the other showrunners latched on to Earth-Prime, which in the DC Comics tradition is the Earth where we, the readers of DC Comics, are said to exist.Of course, Earth-Prime became a fictional world when a Superboy appeared on it shortly before the original Crisis series. And it only gets more messy as subsequent writers returned to the idea and its “Superboy Prime.” But for Guggenheim, the name was the right fit for their new reality. “I just personally liked the sound of Earth-Prime. So all the CW shows [are there],” he said.“[But] Riverdale’s not there,” Batwoman executive producer Caroline Dries interjected.“That would be very weird,” DC’s Legends of Tomorrow co-showrunner Keto Shimizu added.“The CW superhero shows,” Guggenheim clarified.Though now united on one Earth, Guggenheim was quick to point out this new Earth is not the Earth-1 of Arrow, The Flash or Legends. “It s a completely different Earth,” he explained.What that means in the long-term will be revealed as the individual shows move forward. For The Flash and Legends, Earth-Prime s resemblance to Earth-1 means various quirks may continue to appear for seasons to come, like Nash (Tom Cavanagh) being a distinct entity from Harrison Wells. But for Supergirl and Black Lightning, both of which inhabited worlds of their own, Earth-Prime will be major changes to their status quos.Supergirl Welcomes Back an Old Friend(Photo by Dean Buscher/The CW)Supergirl co-showrunner Robert Rovener teased the Crisis was a huge event, and impacts everything going on in the show. This is certainly the case from the brief glimpses of the Earth-Prime National City in the final Crisis episode. Lex Luthor (Jon Cryer) is a beloved humanitarian who owns the DEO. He is also Supergirl s chief supporter, or so we re told. How this will actually play out is anyone s guess, but we assume the Lex s presence may alter Kara s (Melissa Benoist) problems with Lena (Katie McGrath) and Leviathan considerably.But even as these concerns simmer, the show s technological bent will continue with Winn Schott (Jeremy Jordan) returning from the 31st century. Hopefully, the 31st century of the Legion of Superheroes is a brighter place thanks to Winn s time there. Maybe he can bring some of that positivity back to the 21st century.Black Lightning’s World ExpandsThough Black Lightning s creative team was unavailable for comment on the Earth-Prime status quo, stars Christine Adams and Marvin “Krondon” Jones III offered a few glimpses into their post- Crisis reality.“We are exposed to [the] other universes. It s going to become bigger in Freeland,” Jones said.But even with new worlds opened to them — and Jefferson (Cress Williams) obtaining a seat at the Hall of Justice — the situation in Freeland may leave them walled in for some time yet. Of course, Jefferson s new membership in the superhero community may leave viewers to wonder why Barry (Grant Gustin) and Kara are not rushing to his aid. In our reality, it comes down to the fact Black Lightning is shot in Atlanta while the rest of the shows are produced in Vancouver, but Earth-Prime will need to find a good answer for the series standing apart from its Arrowverse siblings.As Adams put it, “In a world that was kind of real before and set in a real place versus this crossover world, how are we going to marry those two things?”Of course, moving Black Lightning and its situation to Earth-Prime means the Markovians will be dealing with more superheroes beyond the Pierce family. Maybe Jefferson can finally form the Outsiders.Batwoman Has an Identity CrisisSince Earth-Prime resembles Earth-1, Dries said the biggest Crisis shock wave Kate (Ruby Rose) faces will stem from that broken Bruce Wayne (Kevin Conroy) she encountered in Part 2.“She just looked at her future in the mirror, and is like, ‘Is this who I m going to become?’ Dries said of the crossover s lasting emotional impact.That worry will also seed the continuing friendship between Kate and Kara — a World s Finest pairing already glimpsed in “Crisis” itself and further cemented by Kate s presence alongside the Danvers sisters in the story s final minutes.As for Alice (Rachel Skarsten) and the other characters?“It s a little tricky, because our characters aren t yet exposed to this notion of multiple universes, and superheroes with powers and stuff,” Dries said.DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Has Trust IssuesFor Shimizu, the challenge in constructing Legends fifth year was more about writing a thematic sequel to “Crisis” before it was completely written: “It was very tricky for us.” Nonetheless, “Crisis” sets up a few ideas for Sara Lance (The CW) going forward even as the show prepares to say goodbye to Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh) and Nora Darkh (Courtney Ford).“ Crisis hits [Sara] pretty hard,” Shimizu said. “[But] in a good way.”It s easy to think Oliver s insistence on the heroes building trust will be part of Sara s story going forward. With Constantine (Matt Ryan), Mick (Dominic Purcell), Nora, and Charlie (Maisie Richardson-Sellars) always ready to choose the morally-gray option, establishing trust is definitely a good thing — even if its just trusting Mick to rob a place blind.And as Crisis seemingly left Sara as the overall leader of the superhero community, it is possible the new season of Legends will focus on her becoming comfortable with the idea.Also, there s that issue about Behrad (Shayan Sobhian) replacing Zari (Tala Ashe) as a Legend. That will no doubt be a runner as the Legends attempt to return history s greatest monsters back into Hell.The Flash Has Miles To Go Before Baby Nora West-Allen ArrivesAccording to Guggenheim, one of Barry s choices in Crisis — we presume it was his insistence on getting into the Speed Force — will reverberate throughout the rest of The Flash s sixth season. Previously, Flash showrunner Eric Wallace told us the post- Crisis storyline will focus on a new antagonist — quite possible the shadowy arms operation Barry and Ralph (Hartley Sawyer) investigated in episode 6 of the season – while Ralph will finally meet Sue Dearbon, to be played by Natalie Dreyfuss. Sue s such a delight, Wallace told us back in October.But do not expect any of season 6 s stories to lead in the direction of Nora West-Allen s birth. Not this season, Wallace said. But that doesn t mean a huge hint to Nora isn t coming. And, as it happens, some of Iris West s experiences during the Bronze Age of comics may become fodder for the show. We do need Iris emotionally to get to this place, he teased. Now, that storyline supports that. And considering Nash s role in the final part of Crisis, we imagine he will be atoning for his misdeeds and finding a new life for himself on this new Earth-Prime.Arrow Makes Way for Green Arrow the CanariesArrow comes to its end later this month. Next week’s episode will be a backdoor pilot for Green Arrow the Canaries – starring Katherine McNamara, Juliana Harkavy, and Katie Cassidy – while the episode after that will be the series finale. Guggenheim and showrunner Beth Schwartz declined to speak about the conclusion, but it will feature Emily Bett Rickards as Felicity Smoak.For those with quick memories, Felicity was last seen in 2040, telling the Monitor (LaMonica Garrett) she was ready to be reunited with Oliver. Does he still live on some other plane of existence or will she also reach for the peace Oliver accepted at end of Crisis? Superman and Lois Series Takes Off(Photo by Katie Yu/The CW)Though not discussed by the showrunners when we spoke to them about “Crisis,” Superman (Tyler Hoechlin) and Lois’s (Elizabeth Tulloch) survival leads into their own series, Superman and Lois. The program will debut in the 2020-2021 broadcast season and see the two adjusting to life as working parents. Lois reference to the boys suggests Clark will have to deal with more than baby Jonathan when he gets home. Presumably, the series will age him to a tween or teenage while the second child takes his place as an infant. Anything is possible — just look at the way Sara Diggle was restored and made a little older than J.J.Stargirl Rises(Photo by DC Universe)And as revealed in the Crisis conclusion, Stargirl (which will stream on DC Universe and air on The CW the next day) will take place on a newly reformed Earth-2. It makes total sense as Stargirl (Brec Bassinger) has strong ties to the Justice Society of America — a team traditionally placed on Earth-2 in the comics.Meanwhile, it was also nice to see Titans recognized as the show of Earth-9, Doom Patrol as happening on Earth-21, and Swamp Thing taking place on Earth-19. Since most of the DC Universe shows are also produced by Arrowverse mastermind Greg Berlanti, giving them a place in the Multiverse was one of the miniseries greatest surprises.The Multiverse Is RebornAs for the Multiverse, it has been born anew with Earth-Prime as its new anchor. While the original Crisis comic book condensed all realities into one new Earth, the producers of the television Crisis saw the value in keeping the concept around around.Now, the DC Universe streaming series, theatrical films, and upcoming shows like HBO Max s Green Lantern all exist within a framework very close to the CW s reality. And as Ezra Miller s absolutely shocking appearance in Crisis confirms, the Arrowverse is a place where anything can happen and just about any DC Comics character can appear. It is, oddly enough, the best of all possibilities and an inadvertent fix to DC Entertainment s wild and sometimes contradictory array of content — they are all true in the infinitude.At least until the next crisis. But at least there will be a group of Superfriends to defend reality against it.
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亚博APP下载网址 The concept of a nuclear disaster (and the inevitable fallout) is nothing new in pop culture. Whether it s the hit Fallout video game franchise or horror films like The Return of the Living Dead and Robert Rodriguez s Grindhouse installment, Planet Terror, the trope of a chemical disaster and the monsters it births into the world is a subgenre that has kept audiences entertained for decades.Those examples are far enough removed from the real world, giving viewers an escapist perspective filled with zombified humans and mutated beasts to battle. It s an easier pill to swallow when such a catastrophic event is flooded with a plethora of supernatural goodies.Then there s HBO s Chernobyl.Creator Craig Mazin s (The Hangover Part II, Identity Thief) bleak five-part mini-series does away with the expected horror tropes audiences have become familiar with and, instead, delivers an up-close, completely terrifying, and grotesquely personal look at Ukraine s infamous 1986 power plant explosion — including the government cover-up and devastating calamity that followed.Here, no undead hordes or mutant hounds can be found shambling about the vacated Soviet roads. Instead, the big bad of the historical drama is largely unseen. It s everywhere and nowhere at the same time, only making itself known to unsuspecting passersby once it s too late. The agonizing visuals of skin melting off living innocent bodies is just the tip of the aesthetic iceberg here, and really nails home the extent of the damage caused.The tons of toxic poison seen billowing out of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant s exposed roof is the ominous villain here. The unseen monster, followed by the even more damaging accomplice of the lies the government tells to save face, come together in a way so catastrophic, so heartwrenching, and so unbelievable that we can t help but label Chernobyl as the scariest thing we ve seen on TV in years — and maybe even ever.It s unsurprising then, that critical praise collected along the way had given the series Certified Fresh status with an impressive 96% on the Tomatometer with 47 reviews.SPOILER ALERT: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS DETAILS ABOUT THE FIRST THREE EPISODES OF CHERNOBYL. STOP HERE IF YOU HAVE NOT WATCHED.(Photo by HBO)In the closing moments of episode 2, titled Please Remain Calm, three brave men, fully outfitted in protective suits and gas masks, wade through the flooded tunnels beneath the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. With the reactor core exploded and exposed, pouring tons upon tons of nuclear materials into the air, these men — dubbed by history as The Suicide Squad — ventured into the bowels of the building to open the pipes in order to drain the water (which, upon hitting the open core, would allegedly create lava that would drain into Europe s main water source). Their bravery stopped a full-blown meltdown from occurring.It s a horrifying moment and one that is fully brought to claustrophobic life through nothing more than dim lighting, the men s belabored breathing, and their radiation detectors constant ticking sound: an ominous reminder of just how embedded in the chaos they really are. The scene is so stifling that we d be hard-pressed not to mention our own shortness of breath upon viewing the episode.While we ve seen instances of such events play out in big-budget action films, it s worth noting here that before 1986 the world had rarely faced a catastrophe like this, one whose impact on humanity and mother nature would reverberate on such a mind-boggling scale. And that detail brings with it an even more baffling truth: No one knew how to fix it.Soviet nuclear physicist Valery Legasov (Jared Harris) and Soviet Minister of Energy Boris Scherbina (Stellan Skarsgård) are brought in to investigate and ultimately clean up the mess, rightfully carrying the story as the chemicals and news of the accident spread. It really is a rousing spectacle when you take a step back and view the miniseries from afar.The addition of Emily Watson s Ulana Khomyuk — who Mazin said is a fictional character, created as an amalgamation of the nuclear scientists called in to fix things — adds an insightful layer to the world-building of Chernobyl. It was five years before the Soviet Union crumbled, meaning in 1980s Russia women were rarely seen in such scientific roles. The antiquated nature of the gender roles portrayed here gives clarity to a society and time we Americans only know passing information about. It s probably worth noting that the Chernobyl accident happened the same year the Space Shuttle Challenger exploded and the news of that tragic instance quickly dissipated.

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