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And those most qualified to speak on such elements offer particular praise toward the Asian representation and martial arts action as being exceptional for Hollywood blockbuster cinema in general.Here’s what critics are saying about Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings:Will Marvel fans love it? “The movie full on delivers the Marvel theatrical experience you’ve been jonesing for.” Rohan Patel, ComicBookMovie.com“Shang-Chi joins the ranks for me [with] Winter Soldier, Thor: Ragnarok and Infinity War as some of the best that Marvel has to offer… This is the best solo film in years.” Jon Nguyen, Flickering Myth“One of the best origin stories in the MCU.” Rachel Labonte, ScreenRant“Would rank it pretty high when it comes to Marvel origin stories. I’d say maybe only the first Iron Man and Black Panther movies do it better.” Brian Frederick, Pop Culture Leftovers“As Marvel remixes go, Shang-Chi is one of the more successful ones. Maybe not as stylistically strong as Black Widow and certainly not as much of a watershed moment as Black Panther.” Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm“[It] puts to bed any concern fans might have had about a drop off in Phase IV of the sprawling Marvel Cinematic Universe.” Brandon Katz, ObserverDoes it feel unique in the franchise?“Marvel breaks its own mold on multiple fronts… Shang-Chi is the most energized the MCU has been in years.” Jeffrey Zhang, Strange Harbors“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is most enjoyable when it shakes off the tedious franchise imperatives and forges its own path.” Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times“As familiar of a superhero origin story as Shang-Chi is, the film blessedly feels like the least Marvel of the solo films we’ve had lately.” Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm“Shang-Chi barely feels like a superhero movie at all. If anything, it veers closer to the wistful grandeur of Disney’s live-action fairy tale adaptations.” Angie Han, Hollywood Reporter“At its most basic level this is very much another MCU affair. From a critical point of view, there is no reinvention of the wheel.” Therese Lacson, The BeatRyan FujitaniHow well does it handle the Asian representation?“Getting to see myself reflected in a Marvel blockbuster flick, despite its flaws, makes me excited for what more we might see from Shang-Chi.” Therese Lacson, The Beat“Cultural authenticity abounds in Shang-Chi.” Nancy Wang Yuen, io9“Shang-Chi makes major strides in representation; more than just plastering Asian faces on a screen, the film dives particularly deep into the Asian American experience.” Jeffrey Zhang, Strange Harbors“This film often feels like an actual reflection of the Asian American experience versus an uninspired Hollywood imitation.” Rohan Patel, ComicBookMovie.com“It’s a bit tiring to see another dragon trope involved in an Asian-led film. Which is a shame as there are subtle nods for the Asian diaspora to relish.” Laura Sirikul, Empire MagazineHow are the fight scenes?“You’ll be happy to hear the best parts of Shang-Chi are its elevated fight scenes.” Nancy Wang Yuen, io9“The action is fantastic… The choreography is the best yet in the MCU.” Laura Sirikul, Empire Magazine“Shang-Chi’s action conveys the one thing so many superhero films are missing: flavor… [It’s] the studio’s best action to date by a country mile.” Jeffrey Zhang, Strange Harbors“The best action I’ve seen in the MCU.” Jon Nguyen, Flickering Myth“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings doesn’t just boast the best action of the MCU, it manages to do it with two (two!) eye-popping action sequences that unspool before the film’s first act is over.” Kate Erbland, IndieWire“I’m no fan of fighting sequences but I enjoyed most of the ballet-like style Cretton devised for his movie.” Patricia Puentes, Ask(Photo by © Marvel Studios, © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Does it live up to its influences?“The movie may not live up to [its influences and] ambitions — the action is still too aesthetically anonymous, too CG-polished — but it’s nice that it has them to begin with.” Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times“It still only manages pale imitations of its influences: the wuxia-inspired sequences feeling more weightless than anything out of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, and the Jackie Chan-inspired fight scenes feel more like the Hollywood takes on Chan’s work.” Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmHow is Destin Daniel Cretton as director?“He directs the film with such an infectious energy, always putting his characters first, and making you so invested in their individual journeys.” Rohan Patel, ComicBookMovie.com“At last, here is a director who knows martial arts is the core of the material, so Cretton ensures Shang-Chi’s action department will get full credit.” Nguyen Le, JumpCut OnlineHow does the movie look?“Wait until you see the gorgeous design of Ta-Lo in this film. Tons of eye candy and amazing creature designs.” Brian Frederick, Pop Culture Leftovers“There are stunning wuxia-inspired sequences that are as gorgeous as they are impressive.” Eric Eisenberg, Cinema Blend“[Cretton] manages to at least keep the film visually coherent (and in many of the wuxia-inspired moments, quite beautiful) even as it descends into CGI bombast.” Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmHow is Simu Liu as Shang-Chi?“Liu knocks it out of the park as Shang-Chi, adding a tad of levity to the known-to-be-serious comic book character.” Laura Sirikul, Empire Magazine“Simu Liu gives a charismatic, nicely understated performance, which helps mitigate the muddled storytelling.” Tim Grierson, Screen International“He’s responsible, respectful, charming, and carefree, making him instantly relatable to Asian-Americans across the country.” Rohan Patel, ComicBookMovie.com“As magnetic as Liu is in action, he struggles in quieter moments with a script that gives the character more backstory than personality.” Angie Han, Hollywood Reporter“Shang-Chi seems to have inherited much of his father’s martial-arts prowess but not nearly enough of his charisma.” Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times(Photo by Jasin Boland/©Marvel Studios)What about Awkwafina?“Awkwafina in particular becomes a vital source of levity for the script, and a welcoming audience surrogate as the film ramps up to a large battle.” Nick Allen, RogerEbert.com“Awkwafina, who has proven to be effortless in a layered role with The Farewell… isn’t allowed to go beyond ‘funnywoman’ here.” Nguyen Le, JumpCut Online“Awkwafina is, well, Awkwafina, for both better and worse… A few scenes allow her shtick to go on a beat or two too many.” Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsAnd Tony Leung as the villain?“The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s best ‘villain’ yet… Leung effortlessly proves he’s one of our greatest screen actors of the past 40 years.” Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm“One of the MCU’s best villains… Perhaps the best MCU villain to-date.” Jeffrey Zhang, Strange Harbors“Tony Leung delivers one of the finest performances we’ve ever seen in the MCU and should go down as one of the franchise’s greatest antagonists.” Rohan Patel, ComicBookMovie.com“It’s the best performance from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, because the passion and grief it expresses is appropriately Leung-sized.” Nick Allen, RogerEbert.com“His performance anchors the film and expands the potential of the comic-book villain.” Shirley Li, The Atlantic“Leung as Wenwu provides depths of character in what could be a one-dimensional bad guy. However, the film’s real villain is grief.” Laura Sirikul, Empire Magazine(Photo by ©Marvel Studios)Are there any other standouts?“The dark horse is Meng’er Zhang’s Xialing… In a lesser film, she would be discarded to the sidelines, but there’s remarkable shading to her character that gives her some of the film’s best moments.” Jeffrey Zhang, Strange Harbors“Michelle Yeoh also plays a pivotal role, and is absolutely wonderful.” Rohan Patel, ComicBookMovie.comHow is the film s representation of women?“The strongest fighters depicted are the women…[but] even as Shang-Chi presents more badass women than most Marvel films, they exist to support a man’s journey.” Nancy Wang Yuen, io9“In drawing attention to Xialing’s personal history of neglect, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings insistently telegraphs its awareness of its own shortcomings.” Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times“Zhang’s Xialing has the most compelling backstory, but at times, it feels she is just there as set dressing for the main hero. It’s unfortunate she isn’t given more to do.” Laura Sirikul, Empire MagazineDoes the screenplay do the rest of the movie justice?“The script, by Cretton, Dave Callaham, and Andrew Lanham, charts a familiar enough origin story and journey of self-discovery, but there s fun and heart in the details.” Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects“Shang-Chi does have some pacing issues where the story, at times, becomes convoluted with so much information to set up the world of Ta Lo and how it relates to the MCU as a whole.” Laura Sirikul, Empire Magazine“The film’s middle sags with exposition and backstory, as its screenwriters attempt to maneuver around a few finicky problems.” Kate Erbland, IndieWireRyan FujitaniIs the movie funny?“The funny in Shang-Chi seems to reflect a millennial sensibility, making the mixture of action and comedy feel fresh for the MCU.” Nancy Wang Yuen, io9“Shang-Chi’s brand of humor almost reminded me of Taika Waititi’s Thor: Ragnarok.” Patricia Puentes, Ask“The cast manages to carry a strong sense of tongue-in-cheek humor throughout the film, with one later surprise character hailing straight from the Taika Waititi school of comedy.” Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm“The jokes keep Shang-Chi from tipping over into self-importance, but they also rob it of some of its wonder.” Angie Han, Hollywood ReporterWhat about its themes of family?“They ve never quite been handled with the nuance and emotion granted the relationship between Shang-Chi and his father.” Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects“Liu infuses these struggles with a real believability and charm.” Kate Erbland, IndieWire“Black Widow is like the MCU worst family vacation scenario for superheroes, while Shang-Chi is a family reunion and a long-lost relative revelation.” Jana Monji, Age of the GeekIs Shang-Chi sexier than your typical Marvel movie?“This might be Marvel at its steamiest.” Nguyen Le, JumpCut Online“In a swerve uncharacteristic of superhero films… Shang-Chi’s prologue cranks up the sexiness and romance [with] one of the most passionate and distinct set-pieces Marvel has ever placed on film.” Jeffrey Zhang, Strange Harbors“Leung, one of our best cinematic romantic leads and devastatingly handsome to boot, manages to inject sex appeal into a Marvel film with merely a look.” Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm(Photo by ©Marvel Studios)Does it stick the landing?“The finale of Shang-Chi is truly unlike anything that’s come before. It’s pure unadulterated spectacle, and so fantastical, it’s very much like watching a comic splash page come to life.” Rohan Patel, ComicBookMovie.com“Though it falls victim to the dreaded Marvel third-act CGI muddle, Shang-Chi‘s is one of the more forgivable ones, if only because it verges on full fantasia.” Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm“One of my biggest complaints is the heavy use of CGI in the final third of the film, which often felt clunky and ended up overshadowing the emotional scenes.” Therese Lacson, The Beat“Shang-Chi employs its muddled third act with reckless, disappointing abandon…[the] final act demolition derby is an MCU weakness writ large.” Jeffrey Zhang, Strange HarborsWill it make us excited for the MCU s future?“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings presents a bright future for Marvel Studios and the expanded cinematic universe.” Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the Movies“Given what’s on show here, the future for Shang-Chi and Asian representation in the MCU looks bright.” Laura Sirikul, Empire Magazine“Shang-Chi is a step in the right direction, but we’ll have to see how Phase Four plays out to see if the MCU is really embracing diversity in a way that includes people of Asian descent.” Jana Monji, Age of the GeekShang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is in theaters on September 3, 2021.
Have The Markovians Been the Real Problem All Along?Just ahead of Black Lightning’s first season debut, executive producer Salim Akil suggested the story would slowly expose the real corruption in Freeland. So far, we’ve gone from The 100 gang as pushers of a metahuman street drug, the ASA as a government agency responsible for developing the drug after a history of experimenting with a vaccine to keep the predominately black populace docile, and the suggestion that a metahuman conflict has been brewing between the US and the Eastern European nation of Markovia for decades.The country, which debuted in a 1983 Brave and the Bold issue, has strong ties to Black Lightning via the early ’80s Batman and the Outsiders comic book. Both Black Lighting and the prince of Markovia, an earth-bending hero known as Geo-Force, served on the team. The country’s political climate, which often veered toward an authoritarian bent, often became the focus of Outsiders missions. Most recently, the country was seen in the DC Universe series Young Justice: Outsiders as a hotbed of metahuman trafficking and experimentation. It is an interpretation which tracks with the Markovia teased so far on Black Lightning.But is it possible Markovia’s ties in Freeland are deeper than we know? While The 100 deal in Greenlight, the ASA is not their supplier – Agent Odell (Bill Duke) is more interested in the kids from the original 1980s operation in the stasis pods – which means they are either cooking the drug themselves or getting it from a well-financed source. Considering the Markovian interest in collecting metas as weapons for a future war, they would certainly want to make sure as many underprivileged Freeland kids as possible become powered assets they can later co-opt.Of course, that assumes Tobias was working the Markovian agents from both sides he planed to sell the Masters of Disaster and the other Pod Kids on the dark web arms market and not just making Greenlight himself. But considering the amount of connective tissue Black Lightning skips in regards to The 100’s operations and Tobias s direct involvement in them, The Markovian Connection is a strong possibility.It also tracks with Akil’s overall metaphor. Outside of the Pierce family, superpowers have been analogous with drug use. In the first season, the show made pretty strong allusions to the introduction of crack cocaine by the CIA in the 1980s. During the first year, it seemed the ASA would be more directly linked to The 100 and continue that allusion, but perhaps Akil’s greater point was always about a foreign power.Then again, the executive producer’s personal problems — he allegedly engaged in a 10-year abusive relationship with actor Amber Dixon Brenner and stole her script; re-purposing it into the OWN series Love Is — may eventually prevent his Black Lightning plan from coming to fruition.How Long Has Odell Been Reviving Kahlil?(Photo by Annette Brown/The CW)During the final montage in the second season finale, the viewer can clearly see Khalil (Jordan Calloway) encased in one of the stasis pods back at the ASA bunker. In the scene, Odell looks at his prized Pod Kids with considerable interest. While it is clear he has a plan for Khalil, we wonder how long he waited before digging the poor kid out of the ground.Since resurrection is a fairly easy thing on this show – just ask Lala – all that remains to be known is the timetable for Khalil’s return. As it happens, timelines area tricky thing on Black Lightning with large gaps in the story occurring constantly and new ideas paying off before they are really set-up (i.e. Lala s quest for revenge). While the show locked itself into a pretty clear timeline for “The Book of Rebellion across the winter break, everything following Khalil’s funeral happens across an imprecise span of weeks or months. Did Odell wait until he was sure Jennifer or Khalil’s mother wouldn’t be holding a vigil over the tombstone, or did he devise some late light grave robbing?Another issue is the nature of resurrection itself. It took Lady Eve’s bizarre undertaker Lazarus (Michael Wright) almost a year to regenerate Lala from a clump of flesh. Presuming Odell is using a similar method – if not employing Lazarus outright – is Khalil fully healed and just in suspended animation or is there more work necessary to revive him? In fact, if Odell is using Lazaurs, will Khalil face the same sort of pain Lala endures every time he comes back?What Is Grace Choi?(Photo by Carin Baer/The CW)Since right around the time the show debuted, it has teased comic book fans with Grace Choi (Chantal Thuy). She made a few early appearances before Anissa s (Nafessa Williams) journey to become Thunder dominated her part of season 1. In the second season, Grace’s absence – or, more to the point, Anissa’s neglect of her – became a story point and the two were once again taking tentative steps to becoming a couple.Then, over a handful of scenes dispersed across the last few episodes of season 2, we learned Grace Choi was not her real name and that she i必发7790集团所有网站7.手游中部分英雄的技能和端游有些不同，如手游瞎子W无需摸眼即可位移；安妮的Q在手游中是非指向性技能（不能选定目标），在端游中为指向性技能；手游卡特开R可以移动，端游则不行等。
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As countless victims over more than three decades would tell you, scary things come in small packages, and this episode of Vs. pits two of the most iconic little baddies against each other. In one corner, we have the rampaging Ruxpin, Chucky from Child s Play, and he faces off against the bad luck of the Irish himself, the Leprechaun. These two tiny terrors have been wreaking havoc on both the big and small screen since the first time fanny packs were cool, but to determine who wins this showdown of diminutive proportions, Rotten Tomatoes Contributing Editor Mark Ellis dives into their box office earnings, Tomatometer and Audience Scores, and origin stories, as well as their most iconic moments. Watch for the final verdict, and if you don t agree, let us know in the comments.Thumbnail image: Everette Collection, ©Lions Gate FilmsOn an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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9.69.7 2月喜迎Army Of The Dead (2021) #2 on Facebook and Twitter, #3 on InstagramPremiering on Netflix on May 21Continuing on the horror trend well, in a way, but we ll get to that is director Zack Snyder s return to the zombie genre where he got his start. Though it bears no relation to Dawn of the Dead, Snyder s directorial debut remake of the George Romero classic, Army of the Dead does feature a horde of zombies descending upon a ragtag group of survivors. Only thing is, these particular survivors happen to be a band of mercenaries who have intentionally entered zombie territory an infested Las Vegas in order to pull off a casino heist while the world s attention is focused on the walking dead. In other words, this may fit more under Action than Horror, but either way, it could be a lot of fun.
Before he won an Academy Award with Parasite, director Bong Joon-ho made the politically-charged sci-fi thriller Snowpiercer, which followed a non-stop bullet train filled with the last remnants of humanity as the rest of the planet got turned into an uninhabitable icy wasteland. The result was a widely celebrated film starring Chris Evans, so it s not surprising that we d get a TV adaptation.The first season of TNT s version of Snowpiercer adds a murder mystery on top of the sci-fi tale of class warfare from the movie and the graphic novels by Jacques Lob and Jean-Marc Rochette. The show takes place seven years after the world became a frozen wasteland and the perpetually moving train started going around the globe with the last 3,000 survivors aboard. Andre Layton (Daveed Diggs) is the world s last homicide detective, the de facto leader of the low-class tail-section of the train and the person tasked with solving a murder so the people at the front of the train can keep him in check before he goes and starts a revolution. The person that hires him? Melanie Cavill (Jennifer Connelly), the voice of the train and the right-hand woman of the train s builder, the mysterious Mr. Wilford.Does the series live up to the original movie? Here’s what critics are saying about Snowpiercer season 1:JENNIFER CONNELLY SHINES AS A COMPLICATED FIGURE(Photo by TNT)Playing someone more human than Tilda Swinton did in the film, Connelly nicely juggles Melanie’s icy, passengers-facing facade with the MIT and Yale grad’s warmer private life.– Matt Webb Mitovich, TV LineAs the co-lead, Connelly s Melanie is compelling in a way that is subtly genius, and will probably provoke discourse and political parallels as audiences watch the series. While her character could easily serve as a sort of patron saint for white feminism, her nuances and flaws are peeled back in a fascinating way as the season goes along.– Jenna Anderson, ComicBook.comThe Academy Award winner for A Beautiful Mind is magnificent playing this many-faceted woman. She can be warm and welcoming, commanding and authoritarian or simply menacing in a matter of instants. It s a role that proves, once again, that TV tends to reward established actresses with opportunities hardly found in movies.– Patricia Puentes, CNETTHERE S A MURDER-MYSTERY PLOT, AND IT S KINDA DULL(Photo by Justina Mintz/TNT)Snowpiercer the TV show is a murder mystery — and not an intriguing one by any means — for a large part of its first season, with revolution on the back burner until Layton can figure out who s trying out for an arc on Criminal Minds by hacking people to pieces.– Tim Surette, TV GuideThough Season 1 does revolve around the same tail section rebellion as the film, it takes a half-season detour when Layton, a former homicide detective, gets escorted up-train to solve a grisly execution. For about four episodes, “Snowpiercer” veers way too close to becoming a TNT police procedural, a la “Murder on the Polar Express.”– Ben Travers, IndieWireIt takes the same core concept and expands on it, replacing inexplicable mystery with dull exposition. Some of that was probably necessary in order to sustain an ongoing series, but it misses the point of adapting such strange, singular source material.– Josh Bell, CBREVERYTHING LOOKS MORE SPACIOUS IN THE SERIES(Photo by Justina Mintz/TNT)Snowpiercer definitely captures the aesthetic established in the film, albeit in a largely less-surreal way. The set designs and costumes are an authentic blend of grounded and avant-garde, again contributing to the feeling that the train is truly lived-in. The cinematography also actively helps the series feel less claustrophobic than it could be, which is a blessing for those who are hoping to spend 10 hours with the series.– Jenna Anderson, ComicBook.comAs episodes further explore the train, giant stages, generous lighting, and plenty of wide shots give the impression of more room than there could possibly be, while illustrating admirable production design, vivid costuming, and skillful world-building of its own. This isn’t Bong’s “Snowpiercer,” it’s TNT’s.– Ben Travers, IndieWireVisually, TV’s Snowpiercer is not as claustrophobic as the big-screen version; the individual sets all seem to be as narrow or spacious as they need to be, though always within a certain amount of reason (especially if you are able to buy into the notion of a 1,001-car train).– Matt Webb Mitovich, TV LineTHERE IS PLENTY OF BLOODY ACTION(Photo by Justina Mintz/TNT)The action scenes are efficiently staged, if a little jarring as they are dropped in. There are violent riots, battles between the rebels and the security force, and a stunt in which an unlikely crew member makes a repair while hanging upside down under the train in protective gear that looks like a space suit.– Caryn James, BBCWhat will really keep the audience returning to Snowpiercer week after week are the widely varied action sequences, which will either glue the viewers to the edge of their seats or have them leaping up and shouting at their televisions as the tensions mount.– Michael Ahr, Den of GeekUNLIKE THE MOVIE, IT S WEIRDLY OPTIMISTIC(Photo by Justina Mintz/TNT)In direct opposition to the film, the show Snowpiercer tries to make humanity thrive on one narrow, icy railroad, hurtling toward the future.– Sonia Saraiya, Vanity FairIt bakes in a very earnest sense of hope and optimism. It s clear that many within Snowpiercer are mourning the world that no longer exists, while also hoping that their new normal can be rebuilt into something greater and ideologically better.– Jenna Anderson, ComicBook.comWILL IT PLEASE FANS OF BONG S FILM?(Photo by Radius-TWC)It s a clearly inferior version of something that was already great and never needed to be revisited again. But even without taking the film s existence into consideration, it lacks a certain edge that s needed to stand out.– Tim Surette, TV GuideIf the movie ever left you wanting to dive deeper into the various train sections, or learn more about the how of sustaining a society aboard a perpetually moving vehicle, the series (which is already renewed for Season 2) promises to answer such questions.– Matt Webb Mitovich, TVLineIt doesn’t stay with you the way that Bong’s Snowpiercer did, but where the film was so eager to tear through the train to root out the truth, the show savors the details of life onboard, dissecting personal compromises and minor rebellions.– Sonia Saraiya, Vanity Fair
手游端的《奇迹MU》，无疑很好的继承了端游的特质：绚丽的画面，2.5D的45度经典视角，不断强化升级让装备发光，甚至不少取材了MU页游《大天使之剑》的设定。这些对于页游来说都是非常经典的元素，但作为手游玩家来说，这样的游戏可玩性强吗？ The wait for a Spider-Man: No Way Home teaser seemed like one of the longest in the still-uncertain fall and winter 2021 movie season. The film itself was delayed a couple of times due to the pandemic, and for a moment, it seemed as though Sony might decide to change its release date as it did with Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Thankfully, No Way Home is sticking with its December 17 release, and the studio finally offered fans a glimpse of the movie on Monday night. Since it will like be the next big chapter in the Marvel Multiverse story, we re taking a deeper look into the trailer to see what we can glean about both those cosmic implications of the film and the personal story of the title character.As always, we are aware that trailers sometimes omit key characters, jumble up scenes and dialogue, and attempt to obfuscate the plot of the film. At the same time, it s fun to dig into these big trailers for clues, so let s get started.Spider-Man: Threat And Menace(Photo by Marvel Entertainment)Seemingly, the film will open with Peter (Tom Holland) and MJ (Zendaya) trying to flee the fallout of J. Jonah Jameson’s (J.K. Simmons) proclamation about Spider-Man’s identity at the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home. At least, we’re assuming Jameson isn’t buying all the Time Square billboards for weeks on end. Also, the shots of Spidey and MJ near the subway entrance, swinging across town, and getting surrounded by helicopters feel like they’re happening immediately after the Far From Home stinger.Nevertheless, some time will have passed, as the couple are seen on a roof discussing the latest tabloid theories about Peter. The shots of Peter, MJ, and Ned (Jacob Batalon) returning to school (and the subsequent shots of the Halloween lights) also imply Peter’s problems will drag on well into the school year even if the police and the Department of Damage Control (the DODC agent also appears to also wear a S.H.I.E.L.D. logo at 0:29) cannot hold him. But as Peter mentions, he, Aunt May (Marisa Tomei), and Ned will be under constant surveillance and scrutiny from the various agencies looking to prove Peter killed Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal).Even if he doesn’t have to lie to MJ anymore, it’s clear the weight of this will be too much for Peter to deal with, and his support system of Aunt May and friends will not be enough to help him through it. Instead of giving up on being Spider-Man, though, he does have at least one other option.Enter Doctor Strange(Photo by Matt Kennedy/©2021 CTMG)In a frozen Sanctum Sanctorum – which is either happening because Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Wong (Benedict Wong) never fixed the roof or because of a joke we haven’t seen in full – Peter asks Strange for help. Removing Mysterio’s knowledge of Peter’s identity seems simple enough, but the trailer implies it s bad idea, as Wong straight-up tells Strange not to cast the spell. Not that we re entirely convinced this is the spell Wong’s referring to in the full scene Remember the iced over Sanctum? Wong may just be worried about that.Then again, tampering with time is something Wong tends frown on. Also, Strange’s wink to Peter indicates he is being admonished for even suggesting he can change the past. We imagine Strange, for his part, is feeling pretty cocky again after saving half the universe. That attitude got him into so much trouble before and, really, being overconfident is the man’s chief flaw.Also, where is Wong headed with all that luggage? Is he relocating to Kamar-Taj on a permanent basis? Have some of the other Sanctums been rebuilt? Come to think of it, there are a number of unknowns from the first Doctor Strange film which could end up being addressed here as the subsequent shots of Peter and Strange falling through reality – and Strange giving Peter the out-of-body whammy – means he’ll be around for a good portion of the film. It’s not like Peter can re-balance the Multiverse on his own right?The Nature Of The Multiverse(Photo by Marvel Entertainment)One thing the trailer doesn’t do is offer any clarity on the issues raised by the Loki television series. Well, sure, Strange mentions the Multiverse by name, but it is quite unclear if he has any idea about the old state of play He Who Remains (Jonathan Majors) held in check. One theory of the Loki finale suggests the loss of He Who Remains is retroactive and the Sacred Timeline never actually existed from the point of view of characters like Strange. So that limited knowledge about the Multiverse s nature may be even more limited than he suspects.Which, really, makes tampering in the timeline a really bad idea. You’d think Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) debriefed Strange on what the Ancient One (Tilda Swinton) told him about tangent timelines. Then again, in a Multiverse where the Sacred Timeline never existed, that rooftop discussion in Avengers: Endgame might have occurred very differently.And while we’re talking about the movies occurring differently than they did, the nature of Strange’s spell threatens to completely upend Peter’s life. If no one knows he’s Spider-Man, that means Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) never recruited him, he never received the upgraded suits and, possibly, Tony never learned the empathy necessary to have a child or volunteer to end Thanos.But perhaps we’re overthinking this, and, instead, the spell just backfires, unleashing more problems and more people who know Peter is Spider-Man.The Sinister Three?(Photo by Marvel Entertainment)The trailer gives us three villainous images to ponder for the next few months. First, there’s the yellow lightning at 2:13 in the trailer. It could be more Multiversal chaos, but it could also be Electro (Jamie Foxx). Sure, his electricity was blue in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, but yellow was Electro’s classic color back in the comics. Is it possible, this isn t the same Electro from the Amazing series and, instead, the MCU version of the character? Will we see Foxx in the classic mask?Next, there’s the Green Goblin s not-quite-pumpkin bomb and his familiar cackle at 2:28. Then, finally, Otto Octavius (Alfred Molina) appears at 2:41, confirming not only his presence in the film despite Molina doing that himself months ago but also that he fully recognizes Peter for who he really is. So, at least as far as the Multiversal characters go, Peter’s original wish to be unknown will be unfulfilled.All of these teasing moments suggest half of a Sinister Six ready and able to end Spider-Man, particularly this Spider-Man. Will the others appear to help him out? That remains to be seen.That said, there may yet be at least one more villain lurking in the shadows 2:26 in the trailer. It may be Doc Ock’s extra limbs, but it could also be made of sand or even an alien symbiote.Black Suit Confirmed(Photo by Marvel Entertainment)Not that this is connected to our musing about a symbiote in the darkness, but Peter is clearly wearing a black Spidey suit at 1:15-1:18 of the trailer. The existence of the suit was spoiled by early toy line product images, but to see it in the trailer leaves one wondering why Peter would choose to wear it. He’s also seen in the more “classic” MCU suit and the Iron Spider suit from Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame. Perhaps it’s just another variation of costume in his arsenal, or, maybe, it is a symptom of the problem Strange suggested is caused by Peter’s attempts to be two people. Will the suit just change to black because the Multiverse is breaking down around him?Spider-Man No More?(Photo by Marvel Entertainment)Because of the complicated Spider-Man movie rights shared between Sony and Marvel, No Way Home represents Peter’s last solo adventure in the MCU for now. He is meant to make at least one more appearance in either an Avengers 5 or some other hero s film. But considering the dichotomy Strange refers to in the trailer, is it possible No Way Home will end with Peter no longer being Spider-Man? It may be the only way for him to restore peace and quiet to his loved ones. And it would explain why he’s rarely around when universe-shattering events force the MCU heroes to assemble. Perhaps Holland’s last MCU appearance will see a de-powered Peter helping out in a different way.Or, maybe, Peter will have to seek refuge in another universe…Spider-Man: No Way Home opens in theaters on December 17, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
han we d like.—David Opie, Digital SpyThe TVA’s inclusion in this series is a stroke of genius, creating an apparatus [that] excises Loki from the main MCU (and dodges the usual “why don’t Hawkeye or the Eternals help out?” moans) while also creating a vast fantasy/sci-fi playground of all time and space for Hiddleston to play in.—Huw Fullerton, Radio TimesPart workplace comedy, part time-travelling epic, Marvel Studios latest series is a great showcase for the collective charm of Tom Hiddleston and Owen Wilson.—Rohan Naahar, Hindustan TimesHow Is Owen Wilson as Supporting Character Agent Mobius?Perhaps in its greatest accomplishment, Loki has now changed my perspective on Wilson for the better!—Alex Abad-Santos, VoxMobius and Loki make for an effective odd couple, with the full-tilt diva , as Tony Stark put it in Avengers Assemble, butting up against the unruffled, surfer-dude energy of Wilson s agent.—Helen O Hara, Empire MagazineThe most cinematic Marvel show to date in large part thanks to Hiddleston Wilson. Very strong across the board. A bit slow in parts, but overall top notch entertainment.—Grace Randolph, Beyond the TrailerIf you re a fan of the power of conversation akin to an Aaron Sorkin work, you re going to love Loki. You ll adjust to its pace and will be excited by its detective mystery. Owen Wilson [is] perfectly cast!—Preston Barta, Denton Record-ChronicleThe episodic nature of the series gives the story time to breathe, and Loki and Mobius spend a lot of scenes just sitting in chairs and talking. And it s never boring!—Emma Stefansky, ThrillistMarvel has created a vastly different series. Hiddleston thrives, and Wilson owns this role. It may end up being Marvel s best show yet.—Austin Burke, Austin Burke/Flick Fan NationGod bless Owen Wilson.—Mike Ryan, UproxxAnything Else?Still, it s essentially impossible to hide exposition when there s this much of it, and the chatter becomes as distracting as it is endless.—Ben Travers, indieWireThe wit and wackiness on display here is tempered by life-and-death stakes, as early on a clear mystery of sorts is established, offering up just a touch of a classic procedural format to help ground the action.—Liz Shannon Miller, ColliderThe devil is in the details of Loki, but we promise you that devil is not Mephisto.—David Betancourt, Washington PostFurther proof that when Marvel colour outside the intended lines, they manage their own canvas that s just as attractive and infinitely more interesting.—Peter Gray, The AU ReviewYou re going to have to pay close attention to know what the hell is going on in this colorfully convoluted that is Loki the TV series.—Dominic Patten, Deadline Hollywood DailyThe set design for Loki is top-notch, evoking Terry Gilliam s Brazil with its art deco depiction of the TVA s base of operations, while nifty visual effects are employed to keep Loki chained up and to dispatch agents to time period after time period.—Matt Webb Mitovich, TV LineThe first two episodes of Loki are extremely exciting and this has the potential to be the best of the MCU spin-off shows from 2021. Let s hope it continues to be weird, dystopian and gorgeous to look at.—Fiona Underhill, JumpCut OnlineIt thankfully seems to be dodging everything that went wrong with The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, and right now, that s good enough.—Kyle Pinion, Screen RexFinal Verdict?(Photo by Disney+)A lot of rigamarole, a lot of time travel jargon and an entirely new science fiction side of the [MCU], but at the very least it succeeds as a showcase for Hiddleston s mischievous smile. It also might give Disney+ its first genuinely good Marvel series.—Kelly Lawler, USA Today Loki is a great-looking, well-paced, original piece that s equal parts workplace comedy, time-hopping adventure, murder mystery and superhero fantasy.—Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-TimesAfter two episodes, Loki is at a tipping point. Having set everything up to an exhausting degree, things could be lined up to get really entertaining.—Dan Fienberg, Hollywood ReporterLoki could well improve, now that its arduous task of educating us about multiverses, and glumly explaining Loki to himself, is with any luck behind it. Let s hope so.—Tim Robey, Daily Telegraph (UK)Marvel has another hit! Loki is smart and witty. A self-proclaimed mischievous scamp, we love to see what trouble Loki finds next.—Tania Lamb, Lola LambchopsLoki is a genre-defying series that is at once bizarre, funny, thrilling and did I say weird already?—Joey Morona, Cleveland Plain DealerLike Loki himself, Loki the series is a little cocksure, reliant on this fan favorite to carry the story like so many Marvel properties do. But also like Loki, they re not wrong.—Proma Khosla, MashableIt s interesting to think and write about a show that s about control, order, chaos, and the unknowable notions of free will, determinism, and choice but mildly entertaining, at best, as a whole.—Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistNothing can prepare you for Loki, a mind-bending dive into the Marvel Multiverse that takes everything you thought you knew about the MCU and turns it on its head for one of the most ambitious, craziest stories Marvel Studios has ever told.—Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comThe breezy attitude seems right for the show s scant six episodes, which will roll out on Wednesdays. He may be the God of mischief and a mass murderer but Loki knows how to show you a good time.—Tom Long, Detroit NewsLoki launches Wednesday, June 8 on Disney+.
必发7790集团所有网站 Adjusted Score: -1% Critics Consensus: The Flash's fifth season maintains the show's high standard for compelling visuals, chilling villains, and well-scripted moments of humor, but also turns a more focused gaze on the role of family dynamics amongst the increasingly complex characters.