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Why introduce Verified Ratings and Reviews? It’s about giving fans the most useful tools possible when making their entertainment decisions.We’ve worked for some 21 years to ensure the Tomatometer is a trusted tool for those who want to know what critics think of movies and TV series. But the development of that trust didn’t happen overnight – it was a process. We’ve been consistently evolving the Tomatometer and how we select the critics whose opinions generate it to meet the times.The introduction of Verified Ratings and Reviews is a similar evolution, one designed to meet different challenges. In the face of increased skepticism about online user ratings and reviews, and greater demand for transparency about how user scores are generated, we’re offering something simple: ratings and reviews from people we can confirm have purchased a ticket to the movie they’re rating, which we think is a strong indicator someone has seen the movie.We believe an Audience Score made up of these Verified Ratings is the most trustworthy measure of user sentiment we can offer right now – one that gives entertainment fans a genuine audience assessment of a movie they’re considering watching, and one which puts significant roadblocks in front of bad actors who would seek to manipulate the Audience Score.Today is another phase in a rollout of changes we’re making to our Audience Score, user ratings, and user reviews. As we’ve mentioned, we’re working on bringing other ticket providers into our verification system, as well as finding ways we can verify ratings and reviews for movies that are not theatrically released, for TV series, and for streaming titles. And there will be further enhancements to come.We’ll be announcing these changes right here in the product blog, and we welcome your feedback and suggestions in the comments section below. We’ll take your thoughts and ideas into consideration as we continue to evolve our recommendation tools.Thanks for using Rotten Tom Manuel Betancourt for Rotten Tomatoes: Hearing you talk about all these movies, it strikes me that you are very fascinated with characters who are straddling the line between what they want to tell other people and the stories they re telling themselves. That feels like what’s going on with Steve in Monster. Is that what drew you to the part?Kelvin Harrison Jr.: Yeah, I think, it’s the search for identity. I think that s the thing about those characters. They re in a moment where they re trying to really figure out what they want and, I mean, that s every movie, that s everyone in everything — we re always trying to figure out what we want, what we need, and how do we get it. [Steve]’s 17 and his particular circumstances are: he s privileged, he s Black, and he s curious. And now suddenly everyone s sitting there trying to tell him who he is, what he can do, and that, because he s Black, he suddenly is grouped in with a bunch of other guys. And now he s on trial and it doesn t really make sense to him. He s just like, Dude! I’m just trying to figure out, like, what sneakers look like. I m trying to figure out where he got jewelry from, or if he likes that girl, just stupid s t. And it s very simple. It isn t that deep. And now he s supposed to be really serious and tough to try to convince people of his humanity. He s not innocent until proven guilty, he s guilty until proven innocent. And he has to determine that based on somebody else s standard of humanity.And that’s such a wild bag to fit in. I also found that when I first started working. I was sitting there (and I even find myself in this trap now) with people telling me who I am and why I need to be a certain way and what people will accept and what people won t accept and what people will think is, you know, too crazy: You need to do this part or you can t do this and you can t dress this way, you can t say that, you know? I m just kind of like, What? I m 26. Let me decide that. I think that was the case when I first got the job. I was exploring that then, and I m still exploring it now. I think we do that for the rest of our lives.(Photo by Netflix © 2021)RT: A film like Monster feels like it’s part of a constellation of projects, alongside Luce, Waves, and Monsters and Men. What are the things you re looking for in these parts and in the projects?Harrison: I think it’s something that the films are drawn to me and I’m drawn to them because of the path that I had gone on. One kind of serves the other, in a way. I don t know if I want to say it’s a typecast thing because I don t really think it’s like that, to be honest. It’s kind of more like chapters. I ve always seen my career like that. When I first started, my first job when I got my SAG card was on 12 Years a Slave. And then after that, Roots came. And then, after that, Underground came, and then after that, Birth of a Nation came in. That s the Understanding My History chapter. And then I feel like I got into like this Black Lives Matter chapter: Monster happened and then Monsters and Men happened. And then Luce happened, and Waves happened. And I think all of those talk about young Black men dealing with the trauma from slavery. The origins of their trauma started then.And it s interesting because now, with Godfather of Harlem and BB King [in Baz Luhrmann’s untitled Elvis project], I ve been dealing with the 60s now, the Civil Rights era. And, I think, you know, it s unpacking what blackness means for me and for everyone in this moment as we really start to pull back the curtain and go, let s take a look at the systems. Let s take a look at that because we re not standing for it anymore.So I guess the movies have been an examination, finding the nuance that these directors and writers and performers are all trying to unpack based on the knowledge they ve attained over their time on Earth. And if that s what I end up doing for the rest of my career, that s cool. That stuff means something to me, you know? It means something from me.Monster is available on Netflix from May 7, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.Thumbnail image: Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images, Francois Duhamel/©Columbia Pictures, ©DreamWorks, ©Columbia, ©Sony Pictures Classics, ©Oscilloscope Pictures
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多人坦克团战策略手游,虎王轻松拿!你想要的坦克,这里都有!玩《我的坦克我的团》,如何分配游戏中的资源,如何和军团成员协同作战将会是游戏致胜的关键,玩家可根据敌我双方情况,自组坦克阵容,策略搭配,出奇制胜,征服战场!bob体育平台登录SUPER MARIO BROS.1993 s Super Mario Bros. movie is either a curious cultural touchstone or a complete disaster. Or both. Regardless of your feelings toward Dennis Hopper s beyond-bizarre portrayal of baddie Bowser though, you  probably wouldn t be opposed to a reboot. In January 2018, Nintendo and Illumination Entertainment announced they were collaborating on a feature-length animated film based on the portly plumber and his Mushroom Kingdom friends and foes. In November 2018, Chris Meledandri told Variety the movie is in priority development for a possible 2022 release, and that Nintendo s Shigeru Miyamoto is fully involved: We are keeping him front and center in the creation of this film. FIVE NIGHTS AT FREDDY SThis bizarre horror series, which pits players against evil audio-animatronic animals in a Chuck E. Cheese-like establishment, holds the potential to be one of the better game-based films in the pipeline, not only because the prospect of a robotic bear going on a murderous rampage sounds awesome, but because veteran Hollywood visionary Chris Columbus has been tapped to shepherd production. However, in November 2018, creator Scott Cawthon posted on Steam that he had tossed out his own script and is starting from scratch.RAINBOW SIX(Photo by Matt Kennedy /© Marvel / © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)A Rainbow Six movie is definitely in the works, but it might not be what fans of the Ubisoft tactical multiplayer shooter expect. The Paramount project is positioned more as an adaptation of the Tom Clancy books — on which the game franchise is loosely based — than the game itself. In September 2018, Michael B. Jordan joined as John Clark, who s appeared in previous Clancy films the Sum of All Fears and Clear and Present Danger. A prequel, dubbed Without Remorse, will come before the Rainbow Six movie to establish Clark as the protagonist.MEGA MANThe Blue Bomber recently made a big splash with Mega Man 11 – the series best game in years – and he s looking to continue that streak at the box office. The live-action Mega Man movie, from Capcom and 2oth Century Fox, will be written and directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman and, according to Capcom s announcement in October 2018, will appeal to both seasoned fans of the game franchise as well as those who just appreciate a good action-cranking popcorn flick.CALL OF DUTYThe Activision arm responsible for tackling such projects has made no secret of the fact they intend to turn the enormously popular first-person shooter franchise into a “cinematic universe, not unlike Marvel s or Star Wars . While there s no solid timeline for the project, the studio intends to kick off its ambitious, universe-expanding plans with a first installment directed by Sicario: Day of the Soldado helmer Stefano Sollima.QUESTIONABLEWe haven t heard from these announced movies and shows in more than a year.UPDATED: DUKE NUKEMWhile a John Cena-starring Duke Nukem movie had been strongly rumored in early 2018, its seems the adaptation of the over-the-top shooter may be headed back to the drawing board. Original studio Paramount is no longer involved with the potential project, but Assassin’s Creed producer Jean-Julien Baronnet has reportedly teamed with Gearbox Software to bring the cigar-chomping badass to the big screen.UPDATED: RESIDENT EVILConstantin Films Resident Evil reboot, which follows the six film Milla Jovovich series, is one step closer to shuffling into theaters. Johannes Roberts, breakout director of 47 Meters Down, is taking a stab at the .2 billion-earning franchise as the reboot s writer and director.UPDATED: GEARS OF WARRumors and speculation have swirled around a potential Gears of War movie for years, but it looks like the project finally has its writer in scribe F. Scott Frazier (xXx: Return of Xander Cage.) The game s head honcho Rod Fergusson has also stated the Universal pic won t be based on any previous Gears games, but will take place outside of the established narrative. No word on how this might affect Dave Bautista s chanes of playing series protagonist Marcus Fenix.UPDATED: GOD OF WARWith the formation of PlayStation Productions — a new arm of the studio focused on adapting the company s games to series and movies — things are looking up for a God of War film. Given that the Uncharted film now has a release date, and Sony s God of War game reboot was a huge success, Kratos coming to the silver screen no longer sounds like such a stretch.UPDATED: DEVIL MAY CRYThere s been no update on the long-rumored Devil May Cry movie, buy the adaptation may be headed to the small screen. In November 2018 Castlevania executive producer Adi Shankar revealed he would be developing a new show based on Capcom s demon-slaying series. While he shared little else, Shankar added that he d personally acquired the rights to the property. Whether or not this means the series would join Castlevania on Netflix remains to be seen.DRAGON S LAIRWe were ready to declare this project dead considering how much difficulty creator Don Bluth has had in getting movies off the ground this century (after Titan A.E. buried Fox Animation Studios), let alone something involving his fantasy laserdisc arcade game from the 80s. But if a successful, 0k-raising Indiegogo campaign had anything to show us, it s that Dragon s Lair still has fans today. And that includes the creators of Stranger Things, who opened Season 2 with Mike, Will, Lucas, and Dustin deeply invested in the game at the arcade. The Indiegogo funds will go towards a Dragon s Lair prequel movie before Dirk the Daring meets Princess Daphne, and that s all the news there s been since last year, outside of Bluth s interview with SyFy in November 2017. Moviemaking is a long and arduous task and we re not entitled to status updates if there s nothing to report, but we re keeping this at Questionable status for now, since Bluth s dreams have a habit of being undercut by economic reality. If Dragon s Lair were to fall apart, not only would it suck for the charitable hopefuls who filled the online coffers, but also those 40-year-olds today who called Hawkins, Indiana home.CONTRAKonami announced they were teaming up with Chinese corp Starlight Media for a movie and TV show for their flagship run n gun series, even whipping up a logo teaser to demonstrate that this business was serious. But with Chinese money in movie production drying up or becoming more volatile (the Fan Bingbing disappearance has spooked the industry), this project is up in the air like so many spread gun powerups passing in the night.BORDERLANDS(Photo by 2K Games)Fans have been clamoring for a trip to the cel-shaded, planet of pyschos Pandora, and occasional talks and rumors have obliged in stringing hopes along. Has it all just been claptrap? Gearbox Software CEO/carnival barker Randy Pitchford gave a general update during E3 2017. Per ScreenRant s transcription of the interview: We’ve been developing scripts and the strategy that we’re on right now is, that it’s obviously all in the Borderlands universe, but rather than retell the stories that were in the game, we’ll create new stories so the films will have their own film canon. HALF-LIFEGabe Newell hosted a Reddit AMA in early 2017, and answered a question about a Half-Life and Portal movie with a to-the-point Yep. They re coming. Cool. Months afterward, ex-Valve scribe Marc Laidlaw released a thinly coded synopsis of what would ve been Half-Life: Episode 3, all but confirming the game will never be made. This has only soured the perception on how this franchise has been handled since Valve moved away from traditional game development, and with details so vague and far-between, this questionable project is close to being marked dead.PORTALThe question Newell fielded from his AMA also pertained to Portal, so he s claiming an adaptation is concurrently in the works.SPLINTER CELL(Photo by Sony Pictures)There hasn t been a Splinter Cell game in almost six years, but why let such a cool franchise name go to waste? Case in point: Tom Hardy has long been attached to play Sam Fisher, through various attempts of the getting the film off the ground. With the last update in January 2017, when Hardy was given a new script to read, and nothing since, one can imagine a Splinter Cell movie has been stealthily killed.THIEFSquare Enix is reportedly working on a fifth Thief game. That s a surprise already, but then there s the extra news that a movie is being worked on in conjunction with the game. With no news in the year and a half since, this one maybe have been absconded with off into the night.These projects are either officially dead, or we haven t gotten any updates in over two years. But considering these are all based on a medium built around 1-ups and extra lives, the door s open for future resurrection.BIOSHOCK I chose something different. I chose the impossible. I chose development hell! Despite its protracted public development, the Bioshock movie was apparently just eight weeks away from shooting. Gee, with the start date that close, there must ve been mountains of production material and sets ready to go, right? If you look at director Gore Verbinski s follow-up movie after Bioshock fell apart, A Cure For Wellness, you ll get some distinctly Rapturian vibes.ASSASSIN S CREED 2A video game movie starring Michael Fassbender, directed by the guy who made the Certified Fresh Macbeth? And with Marion Cottilard? What could go wrong? Apparently, lots, according to Fassbender himself. And when your main star publicly drubs the movie, that puts a damper on any sequel talk going forward. Oh, and also the fact that Assassin s Creed bombed with critics and audiences everywhere.FALLOUTBethesda s Todd Howard told The Wrap that there s no Fallout movie because nothing quite clicked, which meant nothing was ever announced in the first place. Any memories you have of a Fallout movie being in the works were radioactive fever dreams.THE LAST OF USIn 2016, Sam Raimi revealed why a Last of Us movie imploded: Sony and TLoU co-director/writer Neil Druckmann have differing opinions on what said movie should look like. (It s easy to speculate that one party would want to use Joel and Ellie, and the other wouldn t.) Turns out, Druckmann doesn t even want a movie to happen anyways.MASS EFFECT(Photo by Electronic Arts)An action-oriented space opera with moral quandaries seems like it would ve been a great fit for a movie, especially one bankrolled by a company with as deep pockets as EA. But alas, Mass Effect fans, no stranger to ignoble endings, may be waiting an eternity to see the battle against the Reapers on-screen, as no movie was ever formally announced. While developer BioWare promises that the series isn t quite dead yet, the aftermath of the disastrous ME: Andromeda reverberates still.WATCH DOGSThere s been no news on adapting the techno-thriller since 2016. And considering Watch Dogs 2 sold up to 80% less than the original, safe to say this one s been put to sleep.SPY HUNTERNo number of covers of the Spy Hunter/Peter Gunn theme can keep this high-octane espionage property alive. The last news was from November 2015, when Dwayne Johnson was associated with it. With Jumanji and Rampage, we think he may have gotten his video game rocks off by now.DEUS EX(Photo by Square Enix)There hasn t been any news about a Deus Ex movie since 2012, a year after comeback game Human Revolution came out. But surely the latest sequel, Mankind Divided, must ve stirred up the augment s nest? Not so fast: Mankind apparently didn t sell too well, and nobody at Eidos or Square Enix is working on a new game. Considering Adam Jensen s story was left incomplete at the end of Mankind Divided, they ought to focus on wrapping that up before dropping a Deus movie.DANTE S INFERNODante s Inferno was an obscure game (especially by publisher EA s standards), yet for some reason, a few people in Hollywood were insistent on turning it into a movie. After no updates were released since 2013, three years after the game came out, potential director Fede Alvarez broke his silence to announce there were still no updates. With 2020 on the horizon, could another non-announcement be in the works?ASTEROIDSSpaceships. Mass destruction. Explosions galore. Asteroids sounds like it would ve been a match made in vector heaven with director Roland Emmerich, who, at the time, hadn t directed a disaster epic in years. Alas, he passed on the project in 2015. Just as well: He directed Independence Day: Resurgence instead, and where would cinema be today without that?GRAN TURISMOWe re not sure what shape a Gran Turismo movie would take (even Fast Furious had to throw in international espionage and nuclear subs to keep things interesting), but if the prospect of one has been keeping you up all these years, bad news: The last time anyone s written about a GT movie was in 2015, and that was to float the idea that the whole concept had been sent to the salvage dump.ANNOUNCEDMovie and game studios are often eager to make fanfare announcements either prematurely or to drum up public interest, and then the project s never heard from again. These movies and shows could be worse than dead: They may never have been alive in the first place.UPDATED: JUST CAUSEConstantin Films apparently has big plans for Square Enix s open-world action series. On top of acquiring Just Cause s film rights, the studio has brought on John Wick creator Derek Kolstad to pen the script. The first movie in what the studio hopes to spin into a franchise will begin filming in 2020.ALTERED BEAST(Photo by Sega)Announced by Sega in 2016. Likely to have been welcomed to its doom as there have been no developments since.CENTIPEDEOld game properties usually get announced in chunks, as the movie rights are sold to studios in package deals. This was the case for Atari when they announced both a Centipede and a Missile Command movie at the same time.MISSILE COMMANDThe Cold War may be over, but America s got a whole lot of problems with other countries, so maybe a Missile Command movie is still incoming after its 2016 announcement. But don t hold your breath.FIREWATCHFirewatch was the most popular walking simulator of 2016 thanks to combining mystery, romance, and thriller tropes into an attractive package. Developer Campo Santo said in 2016 that a movie was in the works. And they ve since been acquired by Valve, so maybe things will move at a quicker pace. (Stop laughing!)FRUIT NINJAAs smartphones inserted themselves into everyone s pockets and purses, Fruit Ninja was one of those big viral games that highlighted our new world of mobile inanity. So it s no surprise that a movie was announced in 2016. It s also no surprise there s been no news since.METRO(Photo by 4A Games)Despite its very cinematic presentation, it took a while for the post-apocalyptic franchise to get its movie announcement. Fast forward to 2019, when latest game sequel Metro Exodus will be released in February, with no new updates on the movie. Fortunately, Metro is based on a book series, so the series may have a long shelf-life even after the games conclude.RABBIDSThe video game equivalent of Minions, the Rabbids, were announced to be getting their own movie in 2015. Three Robot Chicken writers were attached at the time.RENT-A-HEROAnnounced by Sega in 2016, with Hot Tub Time Machine s Steve Pink attached, based on the very obscure character. In fact, none of this hero s two games ever made it to the States, and the only way American gamers could ve encountered him was as a secret character in Sega Saturn s Fighters Megamix.SHINOBIAnnounced in 2016, based on Sega s long-running (but now dormant) ninja platformer.STREETS OF RAGEAnnounced in 2016. Sega s beat em up has a seriously dedicated fanbase, especially for one that hasn t had a new entry in 25 years. The wait (and all the fan games) paid off when SoR4 was announced for a 2019 release.TETRISThe Tetris Company was all too eager to announce the pieces were coming together for a movie, alongside an million influx of Chinese cash. But that was more than two years ago, and with the volatile market for money from the Middle Kingdom, the movie may have vanished like a well-placed L-block.

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Are the Fast Furious movies critic-proof? Perhaps, but also: many critics love the Fast Furious movies. And going by the first wave of reviews of the latest installment, F9, there are more critics in favor of the property’s further push into ludicrous speed, especially with franchise favorite Justin Lin returning to direct the sequel. There are a few disappointing elements even for the die-hards, though, including the addition of John Cena to the Fast Furious family. But if you’re in the mood for more over-the-top action mixed with a silly, soapy scenario, you’ll be happy to take another ride with Vin Diesel and crew.Here’s what critics are saying about F9:How does F9 compare to the other Fast Furious films?Possibly the fastest and most furious yet.  Germain Lussier, io9.comF9 takes The Fast and the Furious to the next level.  Fred Topel, Showbiz Cheat SheetThis is, by FAR, the biggest, wildest, gravity-defying-iest Fast Furious installment yet.  David Ehrlich, IndieWireF9 returns to the heights of Lin s best Fast Furious franchise films, combining big heart and bigger action while deepening its themes of family.  Molly Freeman, Screen RantEven by the standards of a Fast Furious movie, F9 crams a dizzying amount of stuff into its 149-minute run time, and it tears through them at such head-spinning velocity that the dizziness becomes part of the pleasure.  Angie Han, MashableA return to form for the series. At least up there with 6 if not close to touching the bombastic grandeur of Five.  Kyle Anderson, NerdistIt’s far from a nadir for the brand, but sits comfortably in the bottom five when ranking the films. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendThis latest installment suffers from the inevitable diminishing returns inherent when a franchise constantly tries to top itself.  Tim Grierson, Screen International(Photo by ©Universal Pictures)How does it feel to have Justin Lin back in the driver s seat?F9 sees Lin return after two movies away, and I have to say, it’s really good to have him back. Kyle Anderson, NerdistAfter the empty soullessness of Fate of the Furious and the ribald nonsense of Hobbs and Shaw, F9 feels like Lin is pulling the franchise back on track. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmOnce again, Lin gets the job done not by slamming on the brakes, but rather by speeding things up to such a ridiculous extreme that the velocity starts to hold everything in place. David Ehrlich, IndieWireInstantly you know this film is in the hands of people who get this world. Germain Lussier, io9.comHow is the plot?F9 further pushes The Fast Saga into the realm of unapologetic soap opera, complete with long-lost siblings and ridiculously convoluted resurrections. Scott Mendelson, ForbesIt s simply the vehicle (pun intended) that loosely ties the various action scenes together. Molly Freeman, Screen RantI missed an exchange that explained a key plot point about what the main gizmo, that can destroy the world, even does and I didn’t care. It doesn’t matter. Mike Ryan, UproxxA good portion of the plot, scripted by Daniel Casey, feels cribbed from Furious 7 with some slight alterations  It’s rarely a good sign when a franchise needs to go the route of digging up mysterious/long-lost relatives as tired plot devices. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendToo much of what happens in F9 feels stuck in the past. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyLumbering along like a vehicle in need of a tune-up… with an A-to-B plot that’s as laughably lazy as it is simplistic. Jordan Raup, The Film StageThe jolly inventiveness of the action scenes only underlines how painfully corny the drama is by comparison. Tim Grierson, Screen InternationalRyan FujitaniWhat about the action?The effects and stunt teams all deserve gold stars. Alonso Duralde, The WrapA lot of the road stunts do look quite real, where I assume a lot of actual stunt work was done, as opposed to Dom fighting a CGI submarine. Mike Ryan, UproxxI appreciated a return to more primal car chases this time out after the over-the-top madness of Furious 6 (a tank!) and Furious 8 (a submarine!). Scott Mendelson, ForbesIt’s pretty damn enjoyable to watch a car swing around on a cable off of a cliff. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendThere’s a fair share of wit on display as well, in particular during a couple of set pieces which make giddy good use of high-powered magnets. Tim Grierson, Screen InternationalOne scene toward the end [is] guaranteed to make your jaw drop at the gloriously brain-dead chutzpah of it all. David Ehrlich, IndieWireWhile the ideas in F9 s big third-act action scene are bigger than any other Fast Furious movie, the sequence itself doesn t feel quite as epic as past films. Molly Freeman, Screen RantThe movie also has a lot of hand-to-hand combat — too much of it, I would say — that happens aboard speeding vehicles. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyComes across as borrowed, not only from past iterations but other action films as well, with two separate Christopher Nolan set pieces coming to mind. Jordan Raup, The Film Stage(Photo by ©Universal Pictures)Do they really go to space?If seeing two wise-cracking dudes in bright yellow scuba suits rocketing into outer space in a Pontiac Fiero doesn’t sound the least bit appealing, then you’re probably not a fan of the Fast Furious franchise. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionIt lives up to the hype and then some. Germain Lussier, io9.comWould you believe me if I said that aspect is one of the lesser ridiculous things to take place in this film? Aaron Neuwirth, We Live EntertainmentReally, the less said about that, the better. Suffice it to say that the car jumping from skyscraper to skyscraper to skyscraper in Furious 7 was a lot more fun. John DeFore, Hollywood ReporterYou might smile at the lunkheadedness of the whole enterprise — that is, if you’re feeling generous. Joshua Rothkopf, Empire MagazineDoes F9 ever go too far over the top?This is a movie that sling-shots so far past self-parody that it loops all the way back to something real. David Ehrlich, IndieWireF9 reaches heights of absurdity that break through into the transcendent. Angie Han, MashableThe most ludicrous and unwieldy of the films so far. It transcends parody… I might go so far as to say F9 is a comedy. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmPerhaps what’s most fascinating is the deeper intelligence mixed into the ridiculousness. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionAs long as these movies keep their earnest, fun, ’90s action movie tone, there is no ridiculous plot point these movies could come up with I wouldn’t believe. Mike Ryan, UproxxFor a series with a main character who routinely urges his buddies to trust in math and physics because Numbers Don’t Lie, Fast really insults any viewer who feels the same way. John DeFore, Hollywood Reporter(Photo by ©Universal Pictures)Do the women get enough of the action?The women do get some of the better moments in the movie. Rodriguez is still quite a badass after 20 years, and even Dom’s sister, played by Jordana Brewster, gets more into the action than we’ve ever seen before. Edward Douglas, Below the LineWatching Michelle Rodriguez drive over landmines faster than they can explode beneath her motorcycle feels like snorting nitrous straight from the tank after a year of being forced to pretend that movies are even remotely the same at home. David Ehrlich, IndieWireThere s a positively delightful sequence that finally gets Helen Mirren s Queenie Shaw in the driver s seat of a chase scene. Molly Freeman, Screen RantThis is a movie about men and brothers and men and fathers and men and cars, and sisters can just jump to the back of the line, apparently. Alonso Duralde, The WrapHow is the addition of John Cena to the franchise?If there’s a piece that doesn’t fit, it’s Cena… As the brooding, bitter baby brother, he’s a glowering wet blanket, and no fun whatsoever. Alonso Duralde, The WrapA disappointing use of John Cena, who has to put a lid on all of his charisma so that he can seem like a relative of Vin Diesel’s. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendThe charm Cena showed in Blockers and Trainwreck does not blip on the radar here, lest it interfere with Diesel’s signature, leaden acting style. John DeFore, Hollywood ReporterThe chemistry between Cena and Diesel is so non-existent that it’s almost impossible to buy into the central emotional (if that’s what you can call it) thrust of the movie. Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm(Photo by ©Universal Pictures)What about the reappearance of Sung Kang s Han?Even in his brief scenes (Lin lovingly reintroduces the character in the coolest way possible), Kang reminds us of why Han was an instant fan-favorite — radiating charisma and likability. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmThe script hardly does him justice (Sung Kang is still the coolest, and manages to survive the human plot device he’s forced to bring with him). David Ehrlich, IndieWireWhile Sung Kang makes the most of his limited time onscreen (my audience cheered practically every time he appeared), it s hard not to expect more after all this time. Angie Han, MashableBringing Han back to life works as pure fan service, but it also undercuts the emotional impact of his passing. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendSad to say but if all of Han’s story was cut, F9 would probably have been a more compact, tighter, faster-paced movie. Germain Lussier, io9.comIs there a lot of fan service?It has moments fans have always wanted to see, moments we never thought we’d see, action to spare, and dives deeper emotionally than any other installment. Germain Lussier, io9.comA lot of the movie feels crowdsourced, and that’s fine in a way. Give the fans what they want, and they’re the ones who demanded Letty be alive. Fred Topel, Showbiz Cheat SheetSome of this fan service ends up feeling forced, as does one action sequence that satisfies a desire many Fast And Furious aficionados have long harbored about where the sequels might go. Tim Grierson, Screen International(Photo by ©Universal Pictures)Does the franchise seem to be on the right path?There’s still plenty of gas in the tank of this franchise. Germain Lussier, io9.comThere’s assuredly plenty of gas left in the tank. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionFor the first time in a long time it feels like it’s drifting in the right direction. David Ehrlich, IndieWireFast Furious 9 feels like a rejuvenation. Joshua Rothkopf, Empire MagazineAs fast and furious as F9 races along, it can’t quite outrun the impression that these films are losing some of their freshness. Tim Grierson, Screen InternationalThe series no longer has any dramatic stakes and no longer even pretends to adhere to the consequences of its onscreen stories. Scott Mendelson, ForbesThis humdrum antepenultimate adventure leaves one convinced those steering the series don’t have a firm grasp on where it’s heading. Jordan Raup, The Film StageI’m not 100% sure that even the most diehard fans will want much more of the Fast Saga with everything thrown at them in this one. Edward Douglas, Below the LineFast and Furious is clearly running on fumes and in desperate need of a pit stop, if not a full overhaul. James Marsh, South China Morning PostF9 releases in theaters on June 25, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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(Photo by Steffan Hill/SYFY)Throughout its second season, Krypton has proven to be one of the most surprising shows based on comic book concepts to make it to the screen. Using the pulpy backstory of Superman s home planet, it embraced those concepts for tales of cloning, interstellar armies, and time-traveling ne er-do-wells. And into that setting, it introduced a complex cast of character anchored by Cameron Cuffe as Seg-El, a man desperate to save his planet from would-be despots and somewhat interested in ensuring the existence of his grandson Kal-El.Ahead of the second season finale, Cuffe was kind enough to chat with Rotten Tomatoes about some of the year’s highlights and tease a little bit of what might be around the corner for the citizens of Kandor.The Black MercyOne of the great applications of DC Comics lore this year was the use of the Black Mercy, a parasitic alien plant devised by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons in “For The Man Who Has Everything,” a story published in Superman Annual #2 that Cuffe considers “one of the most brilliant Superman stories of all time.” The creature attaches itself to a host, feeding off of it while providing it with an idealized fantasy world. In the story, the villainous Mongul uses the Black Mercy against Superman – leaving him in a reality where he lived a simpler life on his homeworld. On Krypton, Dru-Zod (Colin Salmon) used it against his own mother Lyta (Georgina Campbell) in an attempt to keep her from interfering with his plans of conquest.“It is such a perfect test of the hero and, truly, the hero has to reject happiness to answer the call to action,” Cuffe said of the creature as a storytelling device. Like Superman, Lyta found herself in an idealized city of Kryptonopolis – a lush paradise far from the dark stone and crystal of Kandor. But beyond the beauty of another city-state, the fantasy revealed Lyta’s fondest wish to escape the Zod sense of duty.  “It s such a brilliant way to explore the inner workings of the mind,” added Cuffe. “And the way it s used I think is absolutely perfect. Of course, it remains to be seen if the real Kryptonopolis is as beautiful as the one Lyta envisioned.A Possible Mercy for KemFrom his first appearance in the pilot, Seg’s friend Kem (Rasmus Hardiker) had a target on his forehead. The proprietor of a bar in the Rankless district of Kandor, it seemed as though the Sagitari would eventually haul him away for one reason of another. Then he became concerned about Ona (Tipper Seifert-Cleveland) — a child he promised to take care of, but let become an attendant of the Voice of Rao (Blake Ritson), the religious authority who would soon find himself consumed by Brainiac (also Ritson). After the computer tyrant used her devotion to get at Seg and Kem, he left to recover in Kryptonopolis. By the end of the first year, he was signing up for Dru-Zod’s military and when we found him again in the second season, he was stationed on Krypton’s moon Wegthor and tasked with apprehending his former friends.But since this is Kem, he was soon part of the Resistance.He managed to survive so much that we forgot about the target, but it re-emerged once Doomsday arrived on Wegthor. At least it was a heroic end. According to Cuffe, a story like Kem’s is Krypton in a microcosm. “It s not about having the powers or the costume. It s about doing the right thing,” he said. “Kem, who in so many ways is the everyman, says [to Seg], ‘You know what? It s my time to step up so I m going to do it.’”The actor said saying goodbye to Hardiker and Kem was the toughest day of the season. “Everyone on set attest to fact that I was crying like a baby in the rehearsal takes,” he said. “We love Ras It was really, really emotional and it was a wonderful day. And a really sad one.”And though Kem’s sacrifice destroyed Wegthor, Cuffe was not ready to rule out some last second reprieve. “There s a saying in comic books: ‘no one stays dead forever.’ So this is a show that involves time travel and cloning. And you never know. I doubt we ve seen the last of Rasmus Hardiker on Krypton.”The First Appearance of Jor-ElThe second season saw the first reference to Superman’s father Jor-El, but as it turns out, his first appearance was in the pilot episode under a different name: Cor-Vex. The baby – the genetically engineered offspring of Seg and Nyssa-Vex (Wallis Day) – was a key element of Nyssa’s story throughout the season. But upon re-uniting with Seg and the baby, an important choice was made to let the House of Vex die and rename the baby Jor-El, the name of Seg’s great-grandfather. At least, according to the hologram of Seg’s grandfather Val-El (Ian McElhinney).According to Cuffe, he never imagined the infant mentioned in the pilot would turn out to be a famous member of the House of El.“That was such a shock because obviously that was a huge milestone that was coming. You know, the birth of Jor-El was always going to be a milestone in the story that we were telling,” he explained. “But the fact that it turned out to be Cor-Vex and that Nyssa-Vex turned out to be Superman s grandmother, that was a huge twist. And, in fact, when I read that in the script, I was talking to [showrunner] Cameron Welsh, I was like, ‘This is a huge moment.’“This is really moving towards — you know, if you think about Watchmen and the Doomsday Clock,” he added, “that s the clock ticking closer towards midnight — so that s a very exciting thing for us.”Of course, midnight in this context is the destruction of Krypton, but at least the naming scene gave Seg, Nyssa, and even the hologram of Val a moment of peace and happiness.“It was such a joy to play,” Cuffe continued. “And I think, for me as a fan, to be a part of the legacy has always been special, but to hold the baby Jor-El and to know what that moment is both in terms of the world of our show, but in the larger story of Superman, that was a really special moment for me.”And as a sort of punctuation on the scene, Cuffe finally put on a shirt emblazoned with the S-shield, the symbol of the House of El.“Since I got cast in the role, one of the first thoughts that occurred to that there s a very small group of actors out there who ve worn that symbol,” he said. “And to be a part of that, to actually wear that symbol, to be someone who gets to carry that symbol forward is immensely important to me both as a person and as an actor.”But nothing as special as the moment could last long, and soon the baby Jor-El was snatched from his parents by Brainiac, who declared the blood of House El the real strength of Krypton. Heroes don t take days off, Cuffe said, and should Seg manage to defeat Zod, he will have only a few moments rest before searching for his son.The Journey of Jayna
The nominees for the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards were filled with new faces — like Ted Lasso and its most-ever nominations for a first-year series — and old — The Crown s 24 nods make it the most nominated show of the year, alongside The Mandalorian. But there were plenty of actors and series missing from the list on Tuesday morning, and many who upset some category stalwarts to score coveted nomination slots.There was plenty of outcry when Emily in Paris was nominated for the Golden Globes, but the mixed-reviewed Netflix series managed to sneak into the Comedy category at the Emmys, too. On the other hand, shows like Amazon Prime Video s The Boys and Hulu s Pen15 also managed to score their first series nominations, in Drama and Comedy respectively, leading many to rejoice.Read on for our full list of snubs and surprises then let us know which nomination – or lack thereof – had you angrily texting your group chats on Tuesday morning.Related: • 2021 Emmy Nominations: Full list of Nominees for 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards• Rotten Tomatoes Predicts the 2021 Emmy NomineesSURPRISE: I MAY DESTROY YOU GETS SO MUCH LOVE(Photo by Laura Radford/HBO)Listen, TV critics might have rioted in the streets if Michaela Coel’s singular work of art I May Destroy You didn t land any nominations, but this many? More than a year after it premiered? A very, very pleasant surprise considering sometimes the Television Academy members seem to have the memory of a goldfish. In addition to the show itself, Coel was nominated for her performance, writing and directing, Paapa Essiedu was nominated for his performance, and Sam Miller was also nominated for directing.SNUB: GIRLS5EVA GETS LARGELY IGNORED(Photo by Peacock)Even a near-perfect Certified Fresh score couldn t get the Tina Fey–produced sitcom Girls5Eva, about a ’90s girl group working toward a comeback, the Emmys love it deserved. Renee Elise Goldsberry’s iconic performance as a pop diva? Snubbed (though she did get a nod for her performance in the filmed Hamilton musical). Sara Bareilles many musical compositions? Snubbed. The only nod the show received was for creator Meredith Scardino s writing, a very, very small comfort.SURPRISE: THE BOYS LANDS A DRAMA SERIES NOD(Photo by James Minchin/Amazon Prime Video)Sure, the second season of Amazon s sardonic superhero series The Boys is Certified Fresh at 97%, but did anyone expect the sometimes-stodgy Television Academy to recognize that fact? The Emmy voters occasionally get stuck in their old patterns, and it s hard for new shows to break through, especially when there really is so much great television out there. But The Boys did it — just in time for season 3.SURPRISE: MJ RODRIGUEZ SCORES HISTORICAL FIRST NOMINATION(Photo by Eric Liebowitz/FX)Pose has been recognized many times over with series nods and even a win for star Billy Porter, but the other lead of the series, Mj Rodriguez hasn t even gotten a nomination before — until now. Just as the character of Blanca grew into a confident, wise mentor for her ballroom children, Rodriguez delivered a poised, hopeful, and occasionally heartbreaking performance in the series final season. She s always been worthy of Emmy love, but this time the Academy listened. With this nomination, Rodriguez is the first-ever out trans performer nominated in a major acting category.SNUB: IT S A SIN SHUT OUT(Photo by Ben Blackall/HBO Max)Certified Fresh at 98%, HBO Max drama It s a Sin, about a group of friends enduring the AIDS crisis in London in the 80s, is an incredible feat of small-screen magic, according to critics. (There s also the exquisite cast, empathetic writing, and a distinct visual style, per our Critics Consensus.) But apparently that wasn t enough for the TV Academy to take notice? Sometimes the Emmy voters get it very, very wrong — like in this case.SURPRISE: KENAN THOMPSON NOMINATED TWICE OVER(Photo by NBC/Mary Ellen Matthews)The longest-tenured Saturday Night Live cast member has just one Emmy to his name — for the parody song Come Back Barack in 2018 — and, until this year, had just three more nominations. He scored his third Supporting Actor nomination for SNL in 2021, but also landed his first-ever Lead Actor nomination for sitcom Kenan, which he filmed while starring on this season of SNL, flying back and forth from Los Angeles to New York throughout the season. A long-overdue acknowledgement for someone who s been bringing laughs for 30 years.SURPRISE: SHAMELESS NOMINATION LEAVES OTHER COMEDY ACTORS OUT IN THE COLD(Photo by Showtime)The final season of Shameless went out with a whimper of a Tomatometer score at 67%, but that was nothing compared to the shameful 20% score on its penultimate season. Those figures combined with William H. Macy’s involvement in the college admissions scandal story that broke in 2019 would understandably cast a shadow over his possible nomination. But here he is, honored (forgiven? pitied?) by his peers. Or is it that the 15-time nominee, two-time Emmy winner s performance shone through a just-OK season? In truth, we had expected to see Alan Tudyk (Resident Alien, Certified Fresh at 94%), Rob McElhenney (Mythic Quest, Certified Fresh at 100%), or Billy Magnussen (Made for Love, Certified Fresh at 94%) take a nomination, so this is a surprise.SNUBS: LATE NIGHT MISSES VARIETY TALK SERIES NOMINATIONLate Night with Seth Meyers has been nominated for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series the past four years in a row and got a nod this year for Outstanding Short Form Comedy, Drama or Variety Series. The 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards were expected to be Late Night’s year for that elusive Outstanding Variety Talk Series nomination, but went instead to Conan, receiving its first nomination in the category for its final season; four-time nominee in this category The Daily Show With Trevor Noah; seven-time nominated Jimmy Kimmel Live!; five-time nominated The Late Show With Stephen Colbert; and, of course, Last Week Tonight With John Oliver, which has won in the category for the past six years.SURPRISE: AIDY BRYANT FINALLY GETS RECOGNIZED FOR SHRILL(Photo by Hulu)Aidy Bryant has been turning in reliable, excellent work on Saturday Night Live for years now, so that particular nod is not surprising. What is a bit of a shock is her recognition for the bittersweet final season of Shrill, the show she created and starred in but which Emmy voters had ignored in its two previous seasons.SNUB: PHOEBE DYNEVOR SHUT OUT FOR BRIDGERTON(Photo by Liam Daniel/Netflix)Bridgerton’s Duke might ve gotten his due with a nomination for Regé-Jean Page, but his Duchess (Phoebe Dynevor), whose wide-eyed naiveté was the perfect foil for their Bridgerton antics, missed out. Crackling chemistry like that between the world-weary Simon Bassett and his innocent new bride isn t just one-sided, you know.SURPRISE: EMILY IN PARIS SCORES A COVETED COMEDY SLOT(Photo by CAROLE BETHUEL/NETFLIX)The Golden Globes nominating candy-colored Netflix comedy Emily in Paris after some lavish trips for journalists to the City of Lights? Not surprising. The Television Academy recognizing the series in the Comedy category alongside much, much better-reviewed series like the Certified Fresh seasons of Hacks, Pen15, Ted Lasso, The Flight Attendant, and Cobra Kai that also got nods? Definitely surprising.SURPRISE: STAR WARS SERIES CHARMS TELEVISION ACADEMY AGAIN WITH ITS SECOND SEASON(Photo by © 2020 Lucasfilm Ltd. ™. All Rights Reserved.)Was it a surprise? That’s what we’ve asked ourselves since Disney+ Star Wars series The Mandalorian was announced as a nominee in the Outstanding Drama Series category or the second year in a row. The series has 24 nominations this year to last year’s 15 (with seven wins). We bet on it in our Emmy predictions – maybe we’re just surprised we were right about a series led by a man encased in metal and an adorable muppet.SNUBS: ONE OF THE NOMINATIONS MOST BIRD-BRAINED OMISSIONS (Photo by William Gray/Showtime)No stranger to the awards circuit, Ethan Hawke has been nominated four times for an Academy Award: two for supporting actor in films Boyhood and Training Day and another two for adapted screenplay for Before Sunset and Before Midnight. He also won a Daytime Emmy that he shared with a boatload of people for interactive feature “Invasion!” in 2017. Limited series The Good Lord Bird, Certified Fresh at 97% on the Tomatometer, contains one of Hawke’s most eccentric and finest performances to date. Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie nominees Ewan McGregor (Halston), Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton), Leslie Odom Jr. (Hamilton), Hugh Grant (The Undoing), and Paul Bettany (WandaVision) surely are deserving, but Hawke’s quirky transformation was positively sublime.SURPRISE: COBRA KAI TURNS UP TO COMPETE IN THE OUTSTANDING COMEDY SERIES CATEGORY(Photo by Netflix)The Mandalorian, The Boys, and the Karate Kid sequel series Cobra Kai – the Emmy nominations have never been more fanboy friendly! This pandemic year has provided some great escapism and nostalgia-fueled works, but with heavy competition in the category – and very like its fellow nominee Emily in Paris –this is a title we didn’t expect to see. We had guessed that four other titles would find their way on the list – Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, Girls5Eva, Made for Love, and Mythic Quest – and we were very wrong.SNUBS: THUSO MBEDU IS OVERLOOKED IN A RED-HOT CATEGORY(Photo by Kyle Kaplan/Amazon Studios)With seven nominations, including Outstanding Limited Or Anthology Series, The Underground Railroad was a major point of pride for Amazon Studios on the day the nominations were announced. But among all of the awards for directing, music, sound, casting, and cinematography, there was not a single acting nod. Baffling. Star Thuso Mbedu faced powerful competition for a spot among the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie nominees with Cythia Erivo (Genius: Aretha), Michaela Coel (I May Destroy You), Kate Winslet (Mare of Easttown), Anya Taylor-Joy (The Queen’s Gambit), and Elizabeth Olsen (WandaVision) showing up. But still.Thumbnail Image Credit: FX, Disney+/Lucasfilm, Netflix
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We re now in the heart of the summer movie season, so it shouldn t shock anyone to learn that the movies audiences are most looking forward to include a Pixar film, a superhero blockbuster, and a sci-fi adventure. What might be more surprising is that, in a triumph of counterprogramming, a high-concept fantasy musical and a deadpan zombie comedy also made the list. Read on to find out the five most anticipated movies by Rotten Tomatoes users and our fans on social media in June.1. Toy Story 4 (2019) 97%9,043 Want-to-See Votes#1 pick by our Facebook and Instagram fans, #2 pick by our Twitter fansOpens June 21Toy Story 3 gave us all a satisfying, emotional franchise finale, so it was something of a surprise when we learned the good folks at Pixar were planning to revive the series with a fourth installment. That hasn t dampened the enthusiasm for the series, though, as Toy Story 4 sits comfortably at the top of this month s list of most anticipated movies. Buzz, Woody, and the rest of the gang plus an old friend and some new additions are on hand to continue the story as Andy s younger sister Bonnie makes a new toy at school who s not so thrilled about being a toy. This one topped our Facebook and Instagram polls, and easily amassed the most Want-to-See votes.2. Dark Phoenix (2019) 22%5,982 Want-to-See Votes#1 pick by our Twitter fans, #3 pick by our Facebook fans, #5 pick by our Instagram fansOpens June 7With the recent acquisition of Fox s film and TV branches by Disney, it s probably going to be some time before we see the X-Men back on the big screen, so Dark Phoenix might be the last we see of the series for the foreseeable future (we re thinking of New Mutants as sort of an offshoot of the main series). With that in mind, it s probably appropriate that the existing franchise is going out with a bang, adapting one of the most iconic stories from the comics. Sophie Turner, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, and the rest of the younger, soft-rebooted mutants return to explore the darker side of Turner s Jean Grey, who becomes unstable after a mysterious encounter in space. This one resonated the most with our Twitter fans, and it amassed the second-highest number of Want-to-See votes.3a. Men in Black: International (2019) 23%3,268 Want-to-See Votes#3 pick by our Instagram and Twitter fans, #5 pick by our Facebook fansOpens June 14Next up, we ve got a tie for third, so we ll start with the revival of the Men in Black franchise. Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones are nowhere to be found at least, that s what we assume, barring a surprise cameo from them in the movie and this time, the focus shifts to MiB s London branch, where a rookie agent played by Tessa Thompson is partnered up with Chris Hemsworth s veteran Agent H to track down a mole in the organization. Here s hoping the chemistry they displayed in Thor: Ragnarok wasn t a fluke.3b. Yesterday (2019) 63%

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bob体育平台登录 最近LOL手游在版号拿下来了以后,也快马加鞭进行了手游的预约模式,这也说明了游戏真的要上线了,毕竟作为一款经典的游戏,肯定很着急上线开启比赛。而对于官方来说,国服也拥有很大的市场,绝对不能够错过,但是很多人都担心,只不不过是说预约,之前DNF也一直说预约,但是一直没有上线,这也让大家觉得很无奈,这次LOL手游会不会也推迟好几天呢?

Gretel & Hansel (2020) 63% We haven t even spent an entire month in 2020 yet, but we re already getting our fourth big horror release of the year in this week s Gretel Hansel. Like last week s The Turning, this one is also rooted in classic literature, as it offers a new take on the well-known fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm. Sophia Lillis plays 16-year-old Gretel, who, along with her brother Hansel (Samuel Leakey), has been sent into the woods in search of a convent to take them in, since their destitute mother can no longer provide for them. Of course, as anyone familiar with the source material might predict, the pair happen upon a mysterious cabin en route and, tempted by the feast they spy inside, decide to pull up a couple of chairs and hang out with the creepy woman who lives there and who might be a witch looking to fatten them up and eat them later. Director Oz Perkins is no stranger to horror his previous films include I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House and The Blackcoat s Daughter   and he does his best to craft an atmosphere-driven arthouse chiller, but most critics say Gretel Hansel is far too leisurely paced and devoid of real terror that it loses steam quickly and never quite recovers. There are bright spots here: Sophia Lillis s acting chops are on full display, Alice Krige is suitably unsettling as Holda the witch, and pretty much everyone even those who generally didn t like the film has nothing but great things to say about the film s lush imagery and stunning cinematography. Ultimately, though, fans of traditional horror fare may find the film s deliberate pacing and third-act liberties with the source material a bit too much to swallow. ian town discover a mysterious film hidden in its basement, they unleash an alluring succubus who gives them a sex education written in blood. (World Premiere)Saint FrancesDirector: Alex ThompsonScreenwriter: Kelly O SullivanCast: Ramona Edith-Williams, Kelly O Sullivan, Lily Mojekwu, Charin Alvarez, Jim True-Frost, Max Lipchitz, Mary Beth Fisher, Francis Guinan, Bradley Grant SmithAt the start of the summer, Bridget has an abortion just as she lands a much-needed job in affluent Evanston, Illinois — nannying a six-year old. (World Premiere)South MountainDirector/Screenwriter: Hilary BrougherCast: Talia Balsam, Scott Cohen, Andrus Nichols, Michael Oberholtzer, Naian Gonzalez, Midori Francis, Macaulee Rusnak Cassaday, Isis Masoud, Violet Rea,Guthrie MassWhen her teenagers head off to camp and her husband abruptly leaves her to begin a new family, Lila is left to her own curious and chaotic devices for a summer in her rural home in the Catskill mountains. (World Premiere)Yes, God, YesDirector/Screenwriter: Karen MaineCast: Natalia Dyer, Timothy Simons, Wolfgang Novogratz, Francesca Reale, Susan Blackwell, Parker Wierling, Alisha Boe, Donna Lynne ChamplinAfter an innocent AOL chat turns racy, a Catholic teenager in the early 2000s discovers masturbating and struggles to suppress her urges in the face of eternal damnation. (World Premiere)DOCUMENTARY FEATURE COMPETITION(Photo by Waad al-Kateab)Ernie JoeDirector: Jenifer McShaneErnie Joe follows two officers with the San Antonio Police Department mental health unit who are diverting people away from jail and into mental health treatment — one 911 call at a time. (World Premiere)For SamaDirectors: Waad al-Khateab, Edward WattsFor Sama tells the epic story of a young woman’s journey through love, war and motherhood across five years of the uprising in Aleppo, Syria. (World Premiere)Museum TownDirector: Jennifer Trainer, Screenwriters: Noah Bashevkin, Pola Rapaport, Jennifer TrainerFrom the ashes of a deserted factory, an ambitious center for contemporary art has emerged. With MASS MoCA, a familiar story of deindustrialization in a rural American town finds an unconventional route to recovery. (World Premiere)Nothing Fancy: Diana Kennedy (United Kingdom, U.S.)Director: Elizabeth CarrollAward-winning cookbook author, diehard environmentalist and feisty British nonagenarian Diana Kennedy reflects on an unconventional life spent mastering the cuisines of Mexico. (World Premiere)StuffedDirector: Erin DerhamStuffed is a documentary feature film about the surprising world of taxidermy and the passionate artists across the world who see life where others only see death. (World Premiere)(Photo by Jan Balster)TreadDirector: Paul SoletPushed to his breaking point, a master welder in a small town at the foot of the Rocky Mountains quietly fortifies a bulldozer with 30 tons of concrete and steel and seeks to destroy those he believes have wronged him. (World Premiere)Vision PortraitsDirector/Screenwriter: Rodney EvansA feature-length documentary that chronicles the creative paths of blind and visually impaired artists including a photographer (John Dugdale), dancer (Kayla Hamilton), writer (Ryan Knighton) and the film s director, Rodney Evans. (World Premiere)We Are The Radical MonarchsDirector: Linda Goldstein KnowltonMeet the Radical Monarchs, a group of young girls of color at the front lines of social justice. Set in Oakland, the film documents the journey of the group as they form, grow, and earn badges for units like Black Lives Matter and Radical Beauty (World Premiere)Well GroomedDirector/Screenwriter: Rebecca SternWell Groomed travels the humorous, visually stunning world of Competitive Creative Dog Grooming alongside the colorful women transforming their beloved poodles into living sculptures. (World Premiere)Why Can t I Be Me? Around YouDirectors/Screenwriters: Harrod Blank, Sjoerd DijkRusty, a male race enthusiast, decides at 53 to get breasts. His father cuts his pay, his motorcycle friends abandon him and the women he dates all reject him. Rusty pursues her new identity and only hopes to gain acceptance from others. (World Premiere)HEADLINERS(Photo by NEON / VICE)The Beach BumDirector/Screenwriter: Harmony KorineCast: Matthew McConaughey, Snoop Dogg, Isla Fisher, Stefania Lavie Owen, Jimmy Buffett, Zac Efron, Martin LawrenceThe Beach Bum follows the hilarious misadventures of Moondog (Matthew McConaughey), a rebellious rogue who always lives life by his own rules. Co-starring Snoop Dogg, Zac Efron, and Isla Fisher, The Beach Bum is a refreshingly original and subversive. (World Premiere)BooksmartDirector: Olivia WildeScreenwriters: Emily Halpern, Sarah Haskins, Susanna Fogel, Katie SilbermanCast: Kaitlyn Dever, Beanie Feldstein, Jessica Williams, Will Forte, Lisa Kudrow, Jason SudeikisOn the eve of graduating high school, two academic superstars and best friends realize they should have worked less and played more. Determined to not fall short of their peers, the girls set out on a mission to cram four years of fun into one night. (World Premiere)Good BoysDirector: Gene StupnitskyScreenwriters: Lee Eisenberg, Gene Stupnitsky, Beth Stelling, John PhillipsCast: Jacob Tremblay, Keith L. Williams, Brady Noon, Molly Gordon, Midori Francis, Josh CarasThe writers of Superbad and the producers of Sausage Party take on sixth grade in Universal Pictures’ Good Boys, an R-rated comedy about three friends on an epic one-day odyssey of bad decisions. (World Premiere)The HighwaymenDirector: John Lee HancockScreenwriter: John FuscoCast: Kevin Costner, Woody Harrelson, Kathy Bates, Kim DickinsonTexas Ranger Frank Hamer reflects on what made him a great lawman as he comes out of retirement to hunt down Bonnie and Clyde. (World Premiere)Untitled Seth Rogen/ Charlize Theron ComedyDirector: Jonathan LevineScreenwriter: Dan SterlingCast: Seth Rogen, Charlize Theron, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Andy Serkis, June Diane Raphael, Ravi Patel and Alexander SkarsgårdAn ambitious diplomat with a spotless reputation and a hard-partying journalist hilariously redefine “international relations” as they try to keep their red-hot romance under wraps. (World Premiere)UsDirector/Screenwriter: Jordan PeeleCast: Lupita Nyong o, Winston Duke, Elisabeth Moss, Tim Heidecker, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Anna Diop, Evan Alex, Shahadi Wright-Joseph, Madison Curry, Cali SheldonAn original nightmare from Oscar-winner Jordan Peele (Get Out), starring Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke, Us pits an average American family against a terrifying opponent: doppelgängers of themselves. (World Premiere)NARRATIVE SPOTLIGHT(Photo by Nolwen Cifuentes)Adopt a HighwayDirector/Screenwriter: Logan Marshall-GreenCast: Ethan Hawke, Elaine Hendrix, Diana Gaeta Marshall-Green, Betty Gabriel, Mo McRae, Chris Sullivan, Nate Mooney, Christopher Heyerdahl, Anne Marie JohnsonAfter being released from prison following a twenty year sentence for a minor offense, an ex-con must learn to navigate the world while coming to terms with his own life which has moved on — all while caring for an abandoned baby he finds in a dumpster. (World Premiere)The Art of Self-DefenseDirector/Screenwriter: Riley StearnsCast: Jesse Eisenberg, Alessandro Nivola, Imogen PootsThe Art of Self-Defense stars Jesse Eisenberg and is set in the world of karate. Eisenberg plays a man who is attacked on the street and enlists in a local dojo, led by a charismatic Sensei (Nivola), in an effort to learn how to defend himself. (World Premiere)Come As You AreDirector: Richard WongScreenwriter: Erik LinthorstCast: Grant Rosenmeyer, Hayden Szeto, Ravi Patel, Gabourey Sidibe, Janeane Garofalo, C.S. Lee, Jennifer Jelsema, Martha Kuwahara, Delaney Feener, Asta PhilpotThree young men with disabilities embark on a road trip to a brothel in Montreal catering to people with special needs to lose their virginity and embrace their independence. Inspired by a true story and remake of the Belgian film Hasta La Vista. (World Premiere)The Day Shall Come (United Kingdom, U. S.)Director: Chris MorrisScreenwriters: Chris Morris, Jesse ArmstrongCast: Marchánt Davis, Anna Kendrick, Danielle Brooks, Denis O HareAn impoverished preacher who brings hope to the Miami projects is offered cash to save his family from eviction. He has no idea his sponsor works for the FBI who plan to turn him into a criminal by fueling his madcap revolutionary dreams. (World Premiere)(Photo by Carmen Hilbert)Frances FergusonDirector: Bob ByingtonScreenwriter: Scott KingCast: Kaley Wheless, Nick Offerman, Keith Poulson, David KrumholtzA small town s reaction to scandal. (World Premiere)I m Just F*cking With YouDirector: Adam MasonScreenwriters: Gregg Zehenter, Scott BarkanCast: Keir O’Donnell, Hayes MacArthur, Jessica McNameeA young man and his sister endure a night of increasingly frightening practical jokes while spending the night at a secluded motel. (World Premiere)Mother s Little HelpersDirector/Screenwriter: Kestrin PanteraCast: Breeda Wool, Melanie Hutsell, David Giuntoli, Sam Littlefield, Kestrin PanteraWhen Joy Pride, a groovy 70’s burn-out on the caboose of the flower power movement learns she has weeks to live, her estranged children come together to do right by a mother who always did them wrong. (World Premiere)Olympic DreamsDirector: Jeremy Teicher, Screenwriters: Alexi Pappas, Jeremy Teicher, Nick KrollCast: Nick Kroll, Alexi Pappas, Gus Kenworthy, Morgan Schild, Jamie AndersonIn the Athlete Village at the Olympic Winter Games, Penelope (Alexi Pappas), a cross-country skier, befriends Ezra (Nick Kroll), a volunteer dentist, after a disappointing finish in her race. Penelope and Ezra share a special but limited time together. (World Premiere)The Peanut Butter FalconDirectors/Screenwriters: Tyler Nilson, Michael SchwartzCast: Shia LaBeouf, Dakota Johnson, Zack Gottsagen, John Hawkes, Bruce Dern, Thomas Haden Church, Jon Bernthal, Jake The Snake Roberts, Mick FoleyA young man with Down syndrome runs away from the retirement home where he lives to chase his dream of becoming a professional wrestler. (World Premiere)(Photo by Nigel Bluck)Pink WallDirector/Screenwriter: Tom CullenCast: Tatiana Maslany, Jay DuplassSix scenes. Six years. Six moments that shaped the relationship of Jenna and Leon. Pink Wall examines what defines us, the pressures of gender expectations, and our perpetual struggle between life and ambition. (World Premiere)Run This TownDirector/Screenwriter: Ricky TollmanCast: Ben Platt, Nina Dobrev, Mena Massoud, Damian Lewis, Jennifer Ehle, Scott SpeedmanA political aide tries to corral his brash, outspoken boss when a young researcher at a newspaper gets word of a scandal that could make or break both of their careers. (World Premiere)Sword of TrustDirector: Lynn SheltonScreenwriters: Lynn Shelton, Mike O BrienCast: Marc Maron, Jon Bass, Michaela Watkins, Jillian Bell, Toby Huss, Dan Bakkedahl, Tim Paul, Whitmer ThomasA curmudgeonly pawnshop owner and his man-child sidekick team up with an out of town couple to cash in on a family heirloom: a sword believed by alt history conspiracy nuts to be proof that the South won the Civil War. (World Premiere)VillainsDirectors/Screenwriters: Dan Berk, Robert OlsenCast: Bill Skarsgard, Maika Monroe, Kyra Sedgwick, Jeffrey DonovanWhen a pair of amateur criminals break into a suburban home, they stumble upon a dark secret and two sadistic homeowners who will do anything to keep it from getting out. (World Premiere)The Wall of MexicoDirectors: Zachary Cotler, Magdalena ZyzakScreenwriter: Zachary CotlerCast: Jackson Rathbone, Esai Morales, Marisol Sacramento, Carmela Zumbado, Alex Meneses, Moises Arias, with Mariel Hemingway, and Xander BerkeleyA young white handyman, hired by a wealthy Mexican-American family to upkeep their ranch, finds himself caught between disgruntled locals and the family s outrageously decadent daughters and discovers that something quite unusual is happening at the ranch. (World Premiere)DOCUMENTARY SPOTLIGHTAny One Of UsDirector: Fernando VillenaThrough the inspiring journey of a recovering athlete, Any One of Us offers an unprecedented glimpse into the traumatic world of spinal cord injuries. (World Premiere)AutonomyDirector: Alex HorwitzA feature documentary about the emerging technology of self-driving vehicles and the big questions they raise: what is control and who do we become as we relinquish it to machines? (World Premiere)Bellingcat — Truth in a Post-Truth WorldDirector/Screenwriter: Hans PoolBellingcat — Truth in a Post-Truth World explores the exclusive world of Bellingcat, a highly-skilled and controversial collective of “citizen investigative journalists” dedicated to redefining breaking news in the 21st century. (North American Premiere)BreakthroughDirector/Screenwriter: Bill HaneyBreakthrough tells the story of a renegade, blues-playing, Nobel prize-winning Texas scientist who created a cure for the world’s deadliest disease. Narrated by Woody Harrelson with a country-blues soundtrack. (World Premiere)Building the American DreamDirector: Chelsea HernandezIn Texas, construction workers face the deadliest conditions in the country. Building the American Dream follows three immigrant families who are rising up to seek justice and equality in an industry rife with exploitation. (World Premiere)Community First, A Home for the HomelessDirector: Layton BlaylockCommunity First, A Home for the Homeless is a feature documentary about a totally unique concept for mitigating homelessness. Conceived and created in Austin, Texas, Community First! Village is truly transforming the lives of homeless people. (World Premiere)(Photo by Derek Reich)Human NatureDirector: Adam BoltScreenwriters: Adam Bolt, Regina SobelA once-in-a-lifetime scientific discovery called CRISPR gives us the power to change what it means to be human. Now it’s up to us to decide how far we should go. (World Premiere)I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth Vs. Michelle CarterDirector: Erin Lee CarrTeen Michelle Carter s actions shocked a nation — but what really happened behind closed doors? This HBO special showcases the prosecution s point of view and alternately the defense s. Which side do you fall on? (World Premiere)It Started As a JokeDirectors: Julie Smith Clem, Ken DruckermanIt Started As a Joke documents the decade-long run of the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival. The film celebrates Eugene s unique brand of humor and reminds us of the healing properties of comedy – even in the most challenging of life’s circumstances. (World Premiere)Jump ShotDirector: Jacob Ryan HamiltonJump Shot uncovers the inspiring true story of Kenny Sailors, the developer of the modern day jump shot in basketball, and how he defined the game, but why the game never defined him. (World Premiere)Kathy Griffin: A Hell of a StoryDirector: Troy MillerScreenwriter: Kathy GriffinIn her first ever comedy concert film, Comedian Kathy Griffin details the aftermath of lost work and being the subject of a federal investigation following the release of her now infamous photo depicting President Donald J Trump. (World Premiere)(Photo by Charlie Gross)QualifiedDirector: Jenna RickerIn the world of motorsports, the Indianapolis 500 has long been considered the only race. In May 1977, Janet Guthrie — the first woman to attempt Indy — earned herself a spot in the prestigious field of 33. (World Premiere)Red DogDirectors: Casey Pinkston, Luke DickIn the early 1980s, the only family that toddler Luke knew were the strippers, bouncers, and outcasts that made OKC s rowdiest strip club their home. (World Premiere)The River and the WallDirector: Ben MastersFive friends venture into the unknown wilds of the Texas borderlands to document the environment before a wall is built. As the wilderness gives way to the bustling Rio Grande Valley, they encounter the unexpected and enter uncharted emotional waters. (World Premiere)Running with BetoDirector: David ModiglianiFollow Beto O Rourke behind the scenes of his breakaway campaign to unseat Ted Cruz in the US Senate. With intimate access to the candidate, his family and team, the film captures Beto s rise from a virtual unknown to a national political sensation. (World Premiere)Sunset over Mulholland DriveDirector: Uli GaulkeScreenwriters: Uli Gaulke, Marc PitzkeThe vital power of creativity — a behind the scenes look into Hollywood s retirement home. (North American Premiere)VISIONS(Photo by Tim Pipe)Becoming LeslieDirector: Tracy FrazierScreenwriters: Sandra Guardado, Tracy FrazierBecoming Leslie reveals the inner and bizarre world of Leslie Cochran, a cross-dressing homeless misfit who became the most iconic and unlikely civic symbol of Austin, Texas. (World Premiere)The Garden Left BehindDirector: Flavio AlvesScreenwriters: John Rotondo, Flavio AlvesCast: Michael Madsen, Ed Asner, Carlie Guevara, Danny Flaherty, Alex Kruz, Anthony Abdo, Dawn Young, Tamara M. Williams, Miriam Cruz, Brock YurichA Mexican trans woman struggles to build a life for herself as an undocumented immigrant in New York City. (World Premiere)J.R. Bob Dobbs and The Church of the SubGeniusDirector: Sandy K BooneScreenwriters: Sandy K Boone, Jason WehlingThis film explores the underground movement that has galvanized the imaginative, the artistic, the nerdy, even the deranged – to examine the simmering dystopia in their culture, and do absolutely nothing about it except, maybe, poke fun at it all. (World Premiere)JezebelDirector/Screenwriter: Numa PerrierCast: Tiffany Tenille, Numa Perrier, Stephen Barrington, Bobby Field, Brett Gelman, Rockwelle Dortch, Zoe Tyson, Dennis Jaffee, Jessa ZarubicaA true story. In the last days of her mother’s life, 19-year-old Tiffany crashes with five family members in a Las Vegas studio apartment. In order to make ends meet, her sister, a phone sex operator, introduces her to the world of fetish cam girls. (World Premiere)Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window (Hong Kong, U.S.)Director: Andrew HeviaA broken-hearted filmmaker navigates an unfamiliar city, an international art fair and his personal baggage in this intimate, playful and unexpectedly comedic documentary. (World Premiere)(Photo by Robert Rodriguez)One Man Dies a Million Times (Belarus)Director/Screenwriter: Jessica OreckCast: Alyssa Lozovskaya, Maksim BlinovSet in the future, a story about seeds and genetic diversity, about growth and decay, about love and war, and about hunger of all kinds. (World Premiere)Red 11Director: Robert RodriguezScreenwriters: Robert Rodriguez, Racer RodriguezCast: Roby Attal, Lauren Hatfield, Carlos Gallardo, Alejandro Rose Garcia, Rebel Rodriguez, Racer Rodriguez, Eman Esfandi, Steven Brudniak, Brently Heilbron, Pierce Foster BaileyRob, an independent filmmaker, loses his investor’s money only to find out his investors are the Cartel. He checks himself into a medical research facility to pay off his debt, but quickly realizes it won’t be that easy. (World Premiere)Romantic Comedy (United Kingdom)Director: Elizabeth SankeyMusician and writer Elizabeth Sankey investigates the past, present and future of romantic comedies, assisted by a chorus of critics, actors and filmmakers. (World Premiere)SakawaDirector/Screenwriter: Ben AsamoahWhat human story lies behind the phenomenon of ‘internet fraud’? In Sakawa we meet three Ghanaian youngsters who, out of desperation, turn to internet scamming with the help of black magic. (North American Premiere)TitoDirector/Screenwriter: Grace GlowickiCast: Grace Glowicki, Ben PetrieA desperate man seeks refuge from the predators hunting him by befriending a cheerful intruder. (World Premiere)EPISODIC PREMIERESDavid Makes ManShowrunner: Dee Harris-LawrenceScreenwriter: Tarell Alvin McCraneyCast: Akili McDowell, Nathaniel McIntyre, Isaiah Johnson, Ade Chike Torbert, Cayden Williams, Jordan Bolger, Travis Coles, Phylicia Rashad, Alana ArenasA richly layered, deeply personal work about a 14-year-old prodigy from the projects who is haunted by the death of his closest friend. Set in South Florida, the series is inspired by events in McCraney’s own life, exploring childhood trauma and the power of imagination. (World Premiere)NOS4A2Showrunner/Screenwriter: Jami O BrienCast List: Zachary Quinto, Ashleigh Cummings, Jahkara J. Smith, Olafur Olafsson, Virginia Kull, Ebon Moss-BachrachNOS4A2 introduces Vic, a young woman who has a supernatural ability to find lost things. This ability puts her on a collision course with the evil and immortal Charlie Manx, a supernatural villain who feeds off the souls of children. (World Premiere)RamyShowrunner: Bridget BedardScreenwriter: Ramy YoussefCast: Ramy Youssef, Mohammed Amer, Hiam Abbass, Amr Waked, May Calamawy, David Merheje, Laith Nakli, Steve WayRamy, a first generation American Muslim on a spiritual journey, explores the challenges of being caught in between an Egyptian community that thinks life is moral a test, and a millennial generation that thinks life has no consequences. (World Premiere)ShrillShowrunner: Alexandra RushfieldScreenwriters: Alexandra Rushfield, Lindy West and Aidy BryantCast: Aidy Bryant, Lolly Adefope, Luka Jones, Ian Owens, John Cameron MitchellFrom Executive Producers Lorne Michaels and Elizabeth Banks comes Shrill, a comedy series starring Aidy Bryant (Saturday Night Live) as Annie, a fat young woman who wants to change her life — but not her body. Annie is trying to start her career while juggling bad boyfriends, a sick parent, and a perfectionist boss. (World Premiere)What We Do in the ShadowsShowrunners: Jemaine Clement, Paul SimmsScreenplay: Jemaine ClementCast: Matt Berry, Kayvan Novak, Natasia Demetriou, Harvey Guillén, Mark ProkschBased on the feature film of the same name from Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi, FX’s new comedy What We Do in the Shadows follows vampire roommates who have lived together for hundreds and hundreds of years. (World Premiere)24 BEATS PER SECOND(Photo by Jacques Cheuiche)Amazônia GrooveDirector/Screenwriter: Bruno MurtinhoLeaving Belem and crossing much of the Para State Amazon region, its towns and riverside villages, Amazônia Groove reveals artists and their traditions, faith and mysticism, music and life that pound in the northern region of Brazil. (North American Premiere)BluebirdDirector: Brian LoschiavoDiscover the origin stories of megastars like Garth Brooks and Taylor Swift while following emerging singer-songwriters as they chase their dreams inside The Bluebird Cafe, Nashville’s accidental landmark that has altered the course of music history. (World Premiere)The Boy Band Con: The Lou Pearlman StoryDirector: Aaron KunkelThe Boy Band Con: The Lou Pearlman Story charts the life and crimes of boy band impresario Lou Pearlman. The film tracks his life from discovering NSYNC and Backstreet Boys, to his perpetration of one of the largest ponzi schemes in US history. (World Premiere)Boy Howdy! The Story of CREEM MagazineDirector: Scott CrawfordScreenwriters: Scott Crawford, Jaan UhelszkiRipping back the curtain on legendary rock rag CREEM Magazine s wild and disruptive newsroom; a dysfunctional band of unruly outsiders who weren’t all that different from the artists they covered. (World Premiere)Brainiac: Transmissions After ZeroDirector: Eric MahoneyThe film explores the seminal 90s band Brainiac from Dayton, OH and its creative force Tim Taylor. Just days before signing a major record contract Taylor was killed in a bizarre auto accident leaving his family and bandmates to pick up the pieces. (World Premiere)Carmine Street GuitarsDirector: Ron MannScreenwriter: Len BlumFive Days in the life of Greenwich Village guitar shop Carmine Street Guitars.(Photo by Herman Nijhof courtesy of New Zealand Film Commission)The Chills: The Triumph and Tragedy of Martin PhillippsDirector: Julia Parnell, Rob CurryNew Zealand music genius Martin Phillipps fights his creative demons, conquers the music world, inspires a generation, and then retreats into depression, addiction and anonymity. (World Premiere)David Crosby: Remember My NameDirector: A.J. EatonDavid Crosby reflects on his life of music stardom, while forging new paths to relevancy at his age of 77 in this deeply personal documentary. (World Premiere)Everybody s EverythingDirectors: Sebastian Jones, Ramez SilyanEverybody’s Everything is the story of artist Lil Peep (Gustav Ahr) from his birth in Long Island and meteoric rise as a genre blending pop star style icon, to his death due to an accidental opioid overdose in Arizona at just 21 years of age. (World Premiere)The Gift: The Journey of Johnny CashDirector: Thom ZimnyScreenwriter: Warren ZanesJohnny Cash stands among the giants of 20th century American life. But his story remains tangled in mystery and myth. This documentary brings Cash the man out from behind the legend. (World Premiere)Mr. JimmyDirector: Peter Michael DowdDowd Akio Sakurai has dedicated his life to honoring Jimmy Page. For 30 years he recreated vintage Zeppelin concerts note-for-note in small Tokyo clubs. Moving to L.A. to pursue his tribute dream, cultures clash and Akio s idyllic vision meets reality. (World Premiere)Nothing Stays The Same: The Story of The Saxon PubDirector: Jeff SandmannScreenwriters: Jeff Sandmann, Jeffrey Brown, Lisa Kay PfannenstielNothing Stays the Same celebrates the last 30 years of live music in Austin, while also examining the challenges faced by musicians and music venues in one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, all through the lens of the legendary Saxon Pub. (World Premiere)(Photo by Courtesy of Nothing Stays The Same: The Story of The Saxon Pub)Show Me The Picture: The Story of Jim MarshallDirector: Alfred George BaileyJim Marshall was a maverick with a camera. An outsider who captured the heights of Rock’N’Roll music and the seismic changes of an era, from the Beatles and Jimi Hendrix, to the civil rights movements and some of the most iconic moments of the 60s. (World Premiere)Strange NegotiationsDirector: Brandon VedderA documentary exploring the existential, artistic and family life of musician and former evangelical, David Bazan (Pedro The Lion), set against America’s own crisis of faith highlighted during the 2016 presidential election. (World Premiere)Teen SpiritDirector/Screenwriter: Max MinghellaCast: Elle FanningThe film follows Violet, a shy teenager who enters an international singing competition with the help of an unlikely mentor. Driven by a pop-fueled soundtrack, Teen Spirit is a visceral and stylish spin on the Cinderella story. (U.S. Premiere)Who Let The Dogs OutDirector: Brent HodgeScreenwriters: Brent Hodge, John Diemer, Jasleen KaurThe origin story of the smash hit Who Let the Dogs Out goes back further than anyone could have imagined; steeped in legal battles, female empowerment and artist integrity, which beckons the question: will we ever know who let the dogs out? (World Premiere)Wild RoseDirector: Tom HarperScreenwriter: Nicole TaylorCast: Jessie Buckley, Julie Walters, Sophie OkonedoA musician from Glasgow dreams of becoming a Nashville star. (U.S. Premiere)GLOBALAleksiDirector/Screenwriter: Barbara VekarićCast: Tihana Lazović, Goran Marković, Sebastian Cavazza, Nataša Janjić, Jason Mann, Aljoša Vučović, Neda Arnerić, Leon LučevA character piece about funny and troubled girl in her 20s, forced to move back in with her overbearing family. (North American Premiere)AuroraDirector/Screenwriter: Miia TervoCast: Mimosa Willamo, Amir Escandari, Oona Airola, Hannu-Pekka Björkman, Miitta SorvaliAurora, a commitment-phobic party animal, meets Iranian Amir one night at a hot-dog stand in Lapland. Amir is running from death and Aurora is running from love. They need each other in order to finally stop running. (North American Premiere)Being ImpossibleDirector: Patricia OrtegaScreenwriters: Patricia Ortega, Enmanuel ChávezA young woman discovers she was submitted to several surgeries to correct her intersexual body as a baby. She has to find her own self outside gender binaries. (North American Premiere)Cachada: The OpportunityDirector/Screenwriter: Marlén ViñayoFive Salvadoran saleswomen want to take their cruel life stories to the stage. During the rehearsal process of their play, they’ll discover themselves as victims and victimizers in a cycle of violence that has plagued their families for generations. (World Premiere)Days of the WhaleDirector/Screenwriter: Catalina Arroyave RestrepoCast: Laura Tobón, David Escallón, Carlos Fonnegra, Christian Tappan, Julián Giraldo, Natalia Castaño, Margarita RestrepoTwo young graffiti artists of Medellín defy a criminal gang when they decide to paint the mural of a whale over a threat written in a wall. (World Premiere)La Mala NocheDirector/Screenwriter: Gabriela CalvacheCast: Nöelle Schönwald, Cristian Mercado, Jaime Tamariz, Ariana FreireShe is the perfect woman until she decides to be free. (World Premiere)VaiDirectors: Nicole Whippy, ‘Ofa-Ki-Levuka Guttenbeil-Likiliki, Matasila Freshwater, Amberley Jo Aumua, Mīria George, Marina Alofagia McCartney, Dianna Fuemana, Becs ArahangaVai is a portmanteau feature film by nine Polynesian directors and filmed on seven different pacific islands. It is about the journey of empowerment through culture, over the lifetime of one woman, Vai. (World Premiere)X YDirector: Anna OdellScreenwriters: Anna Odell, Jakob BeckmanCast: Anna Odell, Mikael Persbrandt, Trine Dyrholm, Vera Vitali, Shanti Roney, Sofie Gråbøl, Jens Albinus, Thure LindhardtSwedish director and visual artist, Anna Odell (The Reunion), conducts a social experiment in which she aims to challenge the gender roles that men and women have in the society of today. (North American Premiere)SPECIAL EVENTS(Photo by Kurt Volk)How Rednecks Saved Hollywood with Joe Bob BriggsDirector/Screenwriter: Joe Bob BriggsAmerica s drive-in movie critic uses 200 video clips and photos to tell the 500-year history of the American redneck in a multimedia comedy performance.Love, Death RobotsShowrunners: David Fincher, Tim Miller, Josh Donen, Jennifer MillerLove, Death Robots, an animated anthology series presented by Tim Miller and David Fincher, is a genre orgy of Not-Suitable-For-Mainstream shorts. (World Premiere)Followed by extended Q A with with Tim Miller and David Fincher.Ra: Path of the Sun GodDirector: Lesley KeenAustin based electronic and experimental label Holodeck Records is partnering with Austin Film Society for a special live re-score screening of the 1990 animated film Ra: Path of the Sun God, a beautiful re-telling of one of Ancient Egypt s most famous myths.Rebel Without A Crew: Filmmaking Master Class with Robert RodriguezJoin Robert Rodriguez as he gives a master-class in micro-budget guerilla filmmaking, featuring behind the scenes moments from his new ,000 film, RED 11. The event will be followed by the World Premiere of RED 11.Shangri-LaDirectors: Morgan Neville, Jeff MalmbergAn intimate look at the creative process through the lens of legendary music producer Rick Rubin.True StoriesDirector: David ByrneScreenwriters: Stephen Tobolowsky, Beth Henley, David ByrneDavid Byrne s 1986 musical comedy, inspired by theater director Robert Wilson, tabloid newspapers, and filmmakers Robert Altman and Federico Fellini, remains a unique artistic vision that celebrates the singular citizens of a fictional Texas town. David Byrne will appear in-person for Q A following a screening of new 4K restoration.

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