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所以,题主并没有存在偏见问题,这是实话,站在手机游戏市场上,二次元开放世界手游全是暴杀其他竞品。但是,站在电子游戏这一整体上来看,原神也确实算不上什么玩意儿,它可能对游戏业发展的最大的意义就是如何巧妙运用黑白营销和打造玩家的高浓度圈子的产品宣传。 《方舟:生存进化》手游在2017年正式上线,到了今天,它的国服预约量已经达到了3000万,这说明它在国人玩家的心中有多高的地位。在这款游戏里,玩家们将会认识许多的恐龙,它们均是取材自历史书籍,每一只都有很高的真实性,甚至说有得玩家在玩过《方舟:生存进化》手游之后就能称自己为恐龙博士,夸张的事情是,这些玩家说的恐龙知识还都是对的,这让这款游戏的真实度更上一层。
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Who needs one hundred and one Dalmatians when you can have one-on-one Emmas? Disney’s latest live-action reimagining, Cruella, takes us back to the origin of its titular villain, now portrayed by Emma Stone as a newcomer in the fashion world clashing with an evil nemesis, played by Emma Thompson. The first reviews of the feature, which heads to theaters and Disney+ (for an extra charge) this weekend, mostly highlight the shared scene-chewing of the two Oscar-winning actresses as well as the costumes they parade on screen. Whether this One Hundred and One Dalmatians prequel is a great movie overall, however, is up for debate.Here’s what critics are saying about Cruella:Is Cruella a surprise success?It just exceeded all of my expectations.  Sharronda Williams, Pay or WaitCruella upends expectations to demonstrate that origin stories can be roundly entertaining.  Peter Martin, ScreenAnarchyWhatever movie you’re expecting from Cruella, you’d be wrong.  Matt Singer, ScreenCrushThe biggest surprise of 2021… Craig Gillespie’s Cruella turns any preconceived notions on their head.  Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comDoes it feel like other Disney fare?The biggest compliment anyone could give Cruella is that it doesn’t have any feel or semblance of a Disney movie. Nate Adams, The Only CriticA bold departure for Disney that’s unlike anything we’ve ever seen from them before. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comYou have to remind yourself that you’re that you’re watching a Disney film. Sharronda Williams, Pay or WaitParents of younger kids may be shocked that such a film carries the Disney imprint. Peter Debruge, VarietyYou get the feeling it’s geared as much towards Disney’s not insignificant adult fanbase as it is to a younger crowd. Patrick Cremona, Radio TimesWhether its dark-but-Disney strangeness intrigues or repels, there’s often something to love and loathe in equal measure. Jacob Oller, Paste MagazineSlightly darker than your standard Disney fare…the film feels less like a satisfying character drama than a work of corporate rebranding. Matt Singer, ScreenCrush(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises Inc.)How does it compare to the other live-action reimaginings?What Cruella is not — to the immense relief of many, I’m sure — is another Maleficent… Cruella proves ingeniously creative in its reimagining of the underlying IP. Peter Debruge, VarietyA movie that rivals the likes of Aladdin and The Jungle Book. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comThe studio just cannot crack the code in recapturing the magic that made the animated originals so endearing. Add Cruella, the newest revamp of their rogues gallery to the list of failures. Kyle Pinion, ScreenRexWill fans of the original film enjoy this?There are several simple nods to the original story and 101 Dalmatians that will make most fans smile to themselves when they catch them. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyRather than shoehorning in a bunch of forced moments Oh, so that’s why she hates Dalmatians … this take very much makes her a complex character in her own right. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comDisney purists may be put off by the rewriting of canon. Sean P. Means, The Movie CricketAny attempt to square the events of this film with the animated canon quickly falls apart… You’re better off just assuming that Cruella occurs in an alternate timeline. Brent Hankins, The Lamplight ReviewThere’s no suggestion she’d ever consider such cruelty… As an actual prequel, it’s a tick-infested mutt of a movie. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsThe manner in which the script tries to bend itself away from and around Cruella’s specific Dalmatian-centric animal cruelty future requires some Cirque du Soleil-esque flexibility. Douglas Davidson, Elements of Madness(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises Inc.)How is the writing?Incredibly good and sincerely humorous. Peter Martin, ScreenAnarchyDana Fox and Tony McNamara s Cruella screenplay plays with your expectations in clever, non-murderous ways. Brian Truitt, USA TodayWriters Dana Fox and Tony McNamara boldly crafted a narrative that has the energy of shows like Revenge and Ugly Betty… I applaud it for actually taking risks in its story, adding dimension to this once simple, yet iconic, villain. Rendy Jones, Rendy ReviewsOne of the joys of Cruella is how the screenplay escalates the public fashion battle between the established Baroness and the punk-minded Cruella. Sean P. Means, The Movie CricketIt’s a screenplay that’s tying itself in knots to create a brand new character that’s more Harley Quinn than Cruella De Vil. Kyle Pinion, ScreenRexNeedlessly complicated and stuffed with too many supporting characters. Brent Hankins, The Lamplight ReviewHow is Emma Stone?Emma Stone delivers an unmissable performance that is every bit as Oscar-worthy as her work in La La Land. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comEmma Stone absolutely crushes this role, so much so that it can be said she blows Glenn Close’s portrayal out of the water. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyStone is theatrical and clownish in the best way, wearing the over-the-top expressions that’ve sprinkled charm into her other roles like costume jewelry. Jacob Oller, Paste Magazine(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises)What about Emma Thompson?The definition of glorious, Thompson delivers a delightfully droll Baroness Von Hellman. Hope Madden, MaddWolfThompson will most likely require some amount of reconstructive surgery on her jaw from the amount of scenery she chews throughout this movie. Brian Lloyd, entertainment.ieThompson’s Baroness is the best thing — and only good thing — in the movie. Mick LaSalle, San Francisco ChronicleAnd when they re on screen together?Together, they are the highly strung dysfunctional double-act that post-lockdown cinema didn’t know it needed. Peter Bradshaw, GuardianEchoing the same energies as Anne Hathaway and Meryl Streep in The Devil Wears Prada, Stone and Thompson are a wealth of Oscar calibrated perfection. Nate Adams, The Only CriticScenes between the Emmas elevate the entire project, allowing Thompson to radiate devastating narcissism and Stone to mine her character’s emotional and intellectual landscape. Hope Madden, MaddWolfThere is no doubt that these are two of the greatest actresses of all time, and to see them working so incredibly together, is a treat. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyEvery time the two Emmas have a scene together, in which they must be drippingly arch and very British, Older Emma wipes Younger Emma right off the screen. Mick LaSalle, San Francisco ChronicleThe two are a delight both apart and together. Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises Inc.)How is the rest of the cast?Hauser and Fry are terrific as Estella/Cruella’s crew. They’re animated without being cartoony, giving their supporting characters multi-faceted internality and introspection. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionWhile the entire ensemble is delightful, Joel Fry is notable as the sensitive and loyal Jasper. Rendy Jones, Rendy ReviewsIf there’s a weak link then it’s John McCrea, who delivers a somewhat wooden performance as vintage fashion shop owner Artie. Patrick Cremona, Radio TimesUnfortunately, Mark Strong is wasted in a mostly forgettable role that could have been filled by any British actor. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comWe ve been hearing about those costumes They are ingenious and artful in their presentation. They are complex and tell stories all on their own. They are provocative and challenging, yet enticing. Douglas Davidson, Elements of MadnessThe way the move, the way they standout in a crowd, and the way that either Emma wears them, is just a joy to look at. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyYou don’t need to be a fashion connoisseur to appreciate the jaw-dropping design choices made throughout the movie. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comThe biggest mic drops of the film come from its jaw-dropping dresses: One moment featuring a garbage truck is a particularly extravagant bit of sartorial effectwork. Jacob Oller, Paste MagazineThe costumes are spectacular — it’s just that they’re the only exciting thing onscreen for the middle hour of the film. Matt Singer, ScreenCrush(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises Inc.)Will the costumes get some awards love?There’s not a world in which Jenny Beavan’s incredible costuming work doesn’t get award attention. Nate Adams, The Only CriticThere’s no doubt that Jenny Beavan will score this film’s lone Oscar nomination and likely win. Kyle Pinion, ScreenRexCostume designer Jenny Beavan is more than likely on her way to at least another nomination for her work here. Douglas Davidson, Elements of MadnessJenny Beavan (Costume Designer), Nadia Stacey (Hair Makeup), and their respective teams are hopefully already having their names etched into next year’s Academy Awards. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comHow are the movie s punk rock trappings?The jukebox Cruella soundtrack, which includes hits from a number of ‘60s and ‘70s bands, is broadly excellent. Patrick Cremona, Radio TimesIt’s non-conformist with a bad attitude, badass music, and punk rock fits that would make Vivienne Westwood applaud. Sherin Nicole, idobi.comIt makes the entire punk scene come to life with her signature black and white flair that matches her rebellious spirit and anarchist energy. Rendy Jones, Rendy ReviewsCruella often veers into that Disneyfied corporate mall-punk of The Nightmare Before Christmas Hot Topic apparel. Jacob Oller, Paste MagazineIt’s hard to not roll your eyes at its attempt to sell you on the idea that this is a punk/rebel take on the character. Yeah, because there’s nothing more punk than market tested four quadrant cinema. Jacob Oller, Paste Magazine(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises Inc.)Are there any issues?My God does this movie need trimming. You will have aged noticeably by the time it’s over. Hope Madden, MaddWolfIt is simply too long. Clocking in at nearly two hours and fifteen minutes is a bit ridiculous and feels unnecessary. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyCruella is rather weighed down by an overly baggy runtime and a few pacing issues, which means it sometimes threatens to turn from a fun romp into a bit of a slog. Patrick Cremona, Radio TimesWere it 80 minutes, its sins could largely be seen as forgivable, but somehow it manages to be nearly an hour longer than that and it feels every moment of that running time. Kyle Pinion, ScreenRexWill we want more?I wouldn’t be opposed to seeing what happens next. Douglas Davidson, Elements of Madness[It leaves] itself open for a sequel that, frankly, it doesn t need or deserve. Brian Lloyd, entertainment.ieCruella releases in theaters and streams on Disney+ with Premium Access on May 28, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.暗黑3美服官网(Photo by JEONG PARK/NETFLIX ©2020)In the seven years since Steve McQueen s 12 Years a Slave won Best Picture, we ve witnessed what many consider a Black cinematic renaissance, where the types of stories considered awards-worthy has expanded in scope and the varying genres of films produced by Black creators has exploded. From Barry Jenkins’ Best Picture winner Moonlight and Ava DuVernay’s Selma to Jordan Peele’s genre triumphs Get Out and Us and beyond, Black cinema thrived during the 2010s.But any student of movie history will remember the last time Black filmmaking rose to prominence. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Spike Lee’s Do The Right Thing, John Singleton’s Boyz n the Hood, and Mario Van Peebles’s New Jack City began what felt like a game-changing boom. Due to white gatekeepers, however, the Black cinematic revolution ultimately went bust. In a revealing interview with The New York Times, filmmaker Darnell Martin (I Like It Like That) said: “You think, ‘It’s O.K. – you’re like every other filmmaker,’ but then you realize, No… It’s like they set us up to fail – all they wanted was to be able to pat themselves on the back like they did something.”Studios rejected richer, more varied stories from newer voices in lieu of the proven box office success of the hood films involving inner city violence, gangs, and drug abuse. The move prevented directors like Martin, Leslie Harris, Julie Dash, Matty Rich, Ernest Dickerson, Theodore Witcher, and many more from becoming household names. Considering the barriers these filmmakers faced during the 90s, it’s imperative that during the 2020s the next generation of Black filmmakers are afforded the opportunities to build upon the strides of the 2010s.With that idea in mind, this guide to up-and-coming directors already beginning to make a name for themselves aims to identify those set to follow Jenkins, DuVernay, and Peele in a further expansion of Black cinematic storytelling. These are the new Black directors to look out for – and support.Of course, any list like this can t capture every person worth singling out – if you have another favorite up-and-coming director, share in the comments. Haley Elizabeth AndersonPillars, If There Is A Light (shorts)(Photo by J. Countess/Getty Images)To find a brand-new voice already so fully formed is rare. While Haley Elizabeth Anderson (above left), a recent graduate of NYU’s Tisch program, first generated waves at Tribeca 2019 – Queen Latifah and Dee Rees singled out her short film If There Is a Light there – it was at Sundance 2020 that her coming-of-age short Pillars really announced her as an up-and-comer to watch; the film would win her the grand jury prize for live-action features at AFI Fest. Pillars centers around a young southern Black girl from a devout family exploring her inchoate sexuality in the church’s bathroom only to incur the wrath of her religious father. Through her evocative aesthetics and a provocative queer narrative, Elizabeth Anderson established herself as a major force with just two shorts.Blitz Bazawule

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rajectory this year, being that she was really influenced by this glamour character, this alternate persona, and also because I think in the previous seasons, we ve always seen her attached to someone, whether that was Penny or Julia or her mother, there was always someone that she was worried about, or someone that she was living life vicariously through.“So it was really beautiful to be able to discover who Kady was as an individual, without a relationship or without a man, who is she? We really got to play with that and see how she grew and watched her really take on her own inner strength and who she is and her power.“The glamour character is Sam Cunningham, who is a cop. I think there s a similar strength that both Sam and Kady have. An innate strength, yet Sam is incredibly determined and very independent, and strong as an individual, but she also just has very strong convictions about what is right and wrong, and I think Kady is similar in that, but I think she questioned it, because, for example, she d do the wrong thing to help the right person — like helping her mom, but stealing things to do that.”Rick Worthy as Dean Henry Fogg“Dean Fogg has been doing a lot of self-medication. He s a very complicated man — I have had my homework cut out for me, every script that I get … Fogg, he is now a businessman really; he is in the business and politicking of magic. He has a very uncomfortable alliance with The Order, doesn t make him happy at all. At the end of season 3, as he does the ultimate chess move and blips in with Irene McAllister and Gavin and they siphon off the magic then blip out, I got quite a few, ‘What the f s?!’ Or, ‘What the Foggs?!’ — whatever you wanna use. What the Fogg!“That night, and online and emails, couple phone calls, people were like, Whoa! Man, I didn t see that coming! So, you re truly a bad guy then aren t you? He isn t a bad guy, just he s found himself in a position where he has to be in business with The Order. They have tremendous amount of power, as you guys know, and he doesn t like having to report to them but he has to.”Brittany Curran as Fen“I m the king … At the beginning of the season, the atmosphere is so saturated with opium that it s like, things are going awry, and we ve heard that Ember is back, our god, so we re just trying to find Ember … so she s just trying to figure out what s making the kingdom go awry.”Trevor Einhorn as Josh“Josh has become Isaac, the Uber Driver, or ride-share driver, whatever legal can let us use. And he is a five-star driver, always has waters, will definitely give you gum, mints … That is the biggest thing that I have going for me. The funny part about it is, he drives a Prius and wears a suit. So he really commits to it. And that s sort of where, he s ready for any sort of exciting adventure in his life.”Summer Bishil as Margo“I ve always been really shy, and socially awkward, so acting was always my safe place, and I d always wanted a character like Margo, but, you know, the industry wasn t changing as fast as I would ve liked to. When I was still pursuing work, there were a lot of stereotypes I was going up against, it was a lot of the same role, and I d always been desperate to play somebody like Margo. I didn t know if I could do it, because I m painfully shy, but you know, Sera and John cast me as Margo, and it s really changed my life. It s just opened up so much more opportunities and has allowed me to be seen in a way that has kind of emancipated a lot of the stereotypes I had to carry with me. I didn t even know how that had affected my psychology until I had to crawl out of that for Margo, just so that she could live. I had to break free of these unhealthy narratives that were limiting me and making me feel bad, and Margo really did that for me. It s been a really strange journey.”Hale Appleman as Eliot/The Monster“The monster is sort of kind of like the dark shadow of your inner child, who s been abandoned and has essentially no one to turn to. He s alone in this world, but for one singular special relationship, and for thousands of years he s been locked in this dungeon castle in which there s been one human life to take care of him, and when they pass, a new one comes through and takes care of him.“I always think of Let The Right One In, if you know that movie, where there s one person of significance who can kind of bear the brunt of all the needs that this being might need. And in the case of this monster, he s tacked to the bottom of this castle and held there because he s a danger to everything around him, but he doesn t necessarily even know that.“So he s kind of this innocent, but he has this hit list, this revenge mission this season.”John McNamara on the Library as a Fascist Power“Germany didn t happen overnight in the 1920 s and 30s. France didn t fall under fascist rule overnight. It s always a series of very small choices, and what I kind of like about this season is, it doesn t start with armed guards storming in and taking over the library — that s, I think, a child s version of fascism. What you re seeing is people with Library, who I think are at heart pretty good people, but they re perceiving the fact that they don t have control as the problem. Rather than the problem is, there s always going to be chaos, and it s how you deal with chaos.“They want to eliminate chaos, so they have really good intentions in a way. And I m not saying that Nazis had good intentions or Stalin had good intentions, but I do believe that it happens in incremental stages, and it s a very slow roll this season. But a movie that I kind of insisted that everybody watch as a kind of inspiration is a French film from the 1960s called, Army of Shadows. Wonderful movie, it s all about the French Resistance, and what I liked about the movie analogously was because the director and writer had really been the French Resistance and had gone through all that first hand and had survived.“He told the story of how as a ‘good guy’ in the Resistance, I mean some terrible choices of who to kill, who to turn in, who to punish, and sometimes you re wrong and you have to live with that. And so we wanted to keep the morality — not ambiguous because obviously there is right and wrong, but that the actions you take sometimes to fight something that is evil, sometimes you do something to fight something evil, and then you have to ask yourself, ‘Well, why am I not evil?’ That s an interesting theme that runs throughout the entire season. The Library is definitely a growing fascist … virus.”The Magicians season 4 premieres Wednesday, January 23 at 9 p.m. on Syfy.

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HENRY CAVILL IS LATEST TO TAKE ON THE ROSIE PROJECT (Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)Plenty of movie projects take years and years to get made, but generally, these loops tend to affect certain types of films (remakes, sequels, etc.) the most. One genre that seems to be making a comeback, though, is the romantic comedy (partly because Hollywood doesn t make these as much anymore). The Rosie Project is a rom-com that has been bouncing around since 2014, with people like Jennifer Lawrence, Ryan Reynolds, and Jake Gyllenhaal potentially slated to star, and directors like Richard Linklater and the team of Phil Lord and Christopher Miller were once attached. Ultimately, it appears the film will be a vehicle for Henry Cavill, whose spy movie Argylle was just our Top Story last week, as The Witcher star signed on to The Rosie Project this week. Cavill will play an an unlucky-in-love university professor who creates an elaborate questionnaire in an effort to find a wife, but the woman he falls in love with doesn t match his criteria. The Rosie Project will now be the directorial debut of its screenwriter, Steve Falk.5. MICHAEL B. JORDAN S REMAKE OF THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR STILL IN DEVELOPMENT (Photo by JA/Everett Collection)For better or worse, some movies get seem to get remade for each new generation (A Star is Born, for example). Steve McQueen and Faye Dunaway starred in the original 1968 art heist romantic thriller The Thomas Crown Affair (Fresh at 72%), which was then remade in 1999 (Fresh at 70%) with Pierce Brosnan and Rene Russo. Back in 2016, we first reported that MGM had started development of a third version with Michael B. Jordan attached to produce and star, but since it s been five years, it would have been reasonable to assume the project was shelved. Instead, remaking The Thomas Crown Affair is reportedly still very much a high priority for MGM, which this week hired screenwriter Wes Tooke (Midway, Rotten at 41%) to adapt the concept for Michael B. Jordan.6. ANNA KENDRICK AND LOKI STAR ANSWER ALICE, DARLING (Photo by Jason Mendez/Everett Collection)Academy Award nominee Anna Kendrick (Up in the Air, Certified Fresh at 90%) and Wunmi Mosaku (Hunter B-15 from Loki) are now in Canada filming a psychological thriller for Lionsgate called Alice, Darling. Kendrick is playing the title character, who is behaving strangely, keeping secrets about her mercurial boyfriend (Charlie Carrick) from her two best friends (Wunmi Mosaku and Kaniehtiio Horn). Alice, Darling will be the directorial debut of Mary Nighy, the daughter of British actor Bill Nighy, Coincidentally, there is also an actress named Alice Darling, but she doesn t appear to be co-starring in Alice, Darling. Too bad.7. AMAZON S WHEEL OF TIME TO GET AGE OF LEGENDS TIE-IN TRILOGY (Photo by Tor Books)When fantasy author Robert Jordan died in 2007 at the age of 58, he left behind his popular Wheel of Time series yet unfinished, and another writer eventually finished it off. Wheel of Time is now being adapted as an Amazon Prime series to premiere later in 2021, but given exactly how big Jordan s series is, it might be unlikely that the Amazon show could ever adapt it all. With that in mind, Radar Pictures has hired screenwriter Zack Stentz (co-writer of Thor, X-Men: First Class) to adapt the screenplay of the first of a planned trilogy set during the Age of Legends as a prequel set thousands of years before Jordan s Wheel of Time series. The Age of Legends trilogy is being planned to compliment the Amazon Prime series.8. TOP GUN: MAVERICK DIRECTOR TO TAKE ON TALKING CAR CHARIOT  (Photo by ©Universal Pictures)The Fast Furious franchise has obviously become a box office juggernaut ( billion and counting, worldwide), but other attempts at adapting super fast cars to the big screen have frequently stalled. Specifically, movie versions of the TV show Knight Rider, the video game series Spy Hunter, and the toy line Hot Wheels have all been in and out of development over the last 20 years, but  none of them has been made yet. This week s news seems to promise another movie along those lines, as it s an adaptation of the indie comic book series Chariot, about a criminal who discovers a Cold War-era super spy s weaponized car, only to learn that the agent s consciousness now controls the car (hence our comparisons to Spy Hunter and Knight Rider). Warner Bros. won an auction for the rights to Chariot, with Joseph Kosinski (Oblivion, Tron: Legacy) attached to direct. Kosinski s next films will be Top Gun: Maverick (11/19/2021) and the Netflix movie Escape from Spiderhead, starring Chris Hemsworth.9. REVEALED THIS WEEK: CHADWICK BOSEMAN ALMOST STARRED IN L.A. CONFIDENTIAL SEQUEL (Photo by Marvel Studios)In addition to all of the stories that are officially announced each week, there are also things going on behind closed doors that we as the moviegoing public wouldn t normally hear about. The death last year of Chadwick Boseman has made the non-realization of one such project even more bittersweet. In an interview this week, screenwriter Brian Helgeland revealed that he and L.A. Confidential author James Ellroy had pitched Warner Bros. on a sequel that would have been set decades later in the 1970s. In addition to returning stars Russell Crowe and Guy Pearce, the sequel would have introduced a young L.A.P.D. police officer played by Chadwick Boseman (who had previously worked with Helgeland on the Jackie Robinson biopic 42, Certifed Fresh at 81%).On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
Almost 10 years to the day of Zombieland s 2009 release, the original director and cast are back in Zombieland: Double Tap. Is the sequel worth the wait? That s what we re asking movie critics Scott Mantz and Chauncey K. Robinson, as well as Rotten Tomatoes editor Alex Vo, in this deep and spoiler-heavy breakdown of the zom-com sequel. Do original cast members Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone, Jesse Eisenberg, and Abigail Breslin still have that chemistry that made the first film a hit? And what about newcomers Rosario Dawson and Zoey Deutch? Is Double Tap as funny and gory as the original? And should we expect a Zombieland 3 come October 2029? Host Mark Ellis is asking the tough and fun questions as we tear into the flesh of Zombieland: Double Tap. Zombieland: Double Tap is in theaters now.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman isn’t just any run-of-the-mill awards season contender. It’s an epic collaboration between some of modern cinema s most accomplished and celebrated icons, and it s one of the most anticipated films of the year. So does this crime drama from the director of Goodfellas and The Departed   reuniting here with Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Harvey Keitel and now working with Al Pacino for the first time  live up to expectations?Reviews out of the movie’s opening-night premiere at the New York Film Festival are resoundingly positive in that regard. Not even the length or the notorious de-aging special effects can hold down what’s being called one of Scorsese’s best.Here’s what critics are saying about The Irishman:Has Scorsese got another gangster masterpiece on his hands?It’s the film that, I think, a lot of us wanted to see from Scorsese… rippling with echoes of the director’s previous Mob films but [it] also takes us someplace bold and new.  Owen Gleiberman, VarietyThe Irishman has both the frenetic swagger of his mob movies and the more contemplative gut wrench of his most spiritual films, like 1988’s The Last Temptation of Christ and his most recent film, 2016’s Silence.  Alissa Wilkinson, VoxThis is Scorsese’s least sentimental picture of mob life, and for that reason his most poignant.  A.O. Scott, New York TimesScorsese is at the top of his game.  Johnny Oleksinski, New York PostThe Irishman may not be as groundbreaking as Mean Streets or Taxi Driver, but then again, what is?  Caryn James, BBC.comSo it’s not just another Goodfellas wannabe?The Irishman is Martin Scorsese’s best crime movie since Goodfellas… an ideal match of filmmaker and source material. Eric Kohn, IndieWireThis is not Goodfellas. This is not Casino. This is Scorsese at his most reflective, crafting a masterwork that finds the filmmaker reflecting on everything he’s done, and what it’s all amounted to. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmIt’s moving in a way Goodfellas is not. An old man couldn’t have made that movie, just as a younger one couldn’t have made this one. Stephanie Zacharek, Time Magazine(Photo by Netflix)Is it reminiscent of any other movies?The Irishman reminded me a bit of Unforgiven: It feels, at last, like a critical eulogy for an era of crime fiction that Scorsese and De Niro and Pacino built. A.A. Dowd, AV ClubThere are aspects of The Irishman that recall David Lynch’s work on The Return. Joe Dieringer, Screen SlateWith stories within stories within stories, The Irishman is a little like a mob movie version of Inception. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushMove over Braveheart. Move over Air Force One. Move over Field of Dreams, Gladiator, The Right Stuff, Ben Freaking Hur. The Irishman could well be Dad Movie of the Century. Taylor Antrim, VogueHow are Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci?De N
(Photo by © MGM, @ Netflix, @ Marvel Studios)This year, Halloween returned and Black Panther arrived. Wreck-It Ralph broke (and fixed) the internet, and Jim Halpert (a.k.a. John Krasinski) screamed silently in A Quiet Place. One movie even scored an actual zero on the Tomatometer… Do you remember which one?And on TV, Emma Stone and Jonah Hill joined forces in Netflix’s Maniac, The Fab Five of Queer Eye warmed our hearts, and NBC’s Manifest crashed while The Good Place soared (or is it the other way around?). Were critics as wowed by that long take and lingering camera in The Haunting of Hill House as we were?You don’t have to have seen every movie or every series to know its score — though perhaps you’re that big of a film and television buff, that you’ll have seen many of this year’s releases anyhow.The question now is: How well do you know Rotten Tomatoes? Test your knowledge below by guessing the Tomatometer scores of this year’s movies and TV series.Scores are updated as of December 21, 2018.2018 Movies:
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Casting News: Demi Moore, Julie Andrews, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, More(Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images)Demi Moore will join USA Network’s adaptation of the Aldous Huxley novel Brave New World. Moore will play “Linda,” the brash, hard-living mother of John (Alden Ehrenreich), USA Network announced. The Charlie s Angels: Full Throttle actress was most recently seen on TV as Claudia in Fox series Empire. The series also recently added The Originals star Joseph Morgan, Pitch’s Kylie Bunbury, and Killjoys’ Hannah John-Kamen.Julie Andrews will voice the mysterious gossip writer Lady Whistledown in Shonda Rhimes’ new period drama for Netflix, the streamer announced on Twitter. The series is based on the best-selling Bridgerton novel series by Julia Quinn, and is set in Regency London high society.Mark-Paul Gosselaar replaces Anders Holm to star in ABC’s latest black-ish spin-off, mixed-ish, as the father of Tracee Ellis Ross’ Rainbow Johnson. Holm appeared in the original pilot. And yes — it’s a prequel, if you were wondering how that works, considering Ross and Gosselaar are only a year apart in age. Tika Sumpter plays his on-screen wife and Bow’s mother, and Arica Himmel plays young Bow Johnson.House and Once Upon a Time star Jennifer Morrison has been cast in a “substantial” recurring role in season 4 of NBC’s This Is Us, according to TVLine. While details surrounding her character are being kept under wraps, the site reports the role is “major.”Guests for the upcoming 11th season of Jerry Seinfeld’s Netflix talk show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee include Ricky Gervais, Eddie Murphy, Jamie Foxx, Seth Rogen, Martin Short, Matthew Broderick, and more.Michelle Forbes and Patrick Fugit have joined the cast of USA Network’s Bourne TV series Treadstone, created by Heroes’ Tim Kring. The series, which stars Mamma Mia 2’s Jeremy Irvine, “explores the origin story and present-day actions of the infamous covert program that uses behavior modification protocol to turn recruits into nearly superhuman assassins. The first season follows sleeper agents across the globe as they re mysteriously awakened to resume their deadly missions.”Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson will host HGTV’s new iteration of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, which will premiere on the network in 2020.The core cast is already on board for Fox’s meta revival of Beverly Hills, 90210, but another familiar face has joined the series. Christine Elise, who played Brandon’s crazy ex-girlfriend Emily Valentine on the original series, will guest star in multiple episodes of BH90210 as a heightened version of herself. The reboot is a mockumentary starring the original cast members as they attempt to reboot their popular teen soap, and premieres Aug. 7.Game of Thrones’ Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Lola Kirke, Judd Hirsch, Jonathan Pryce, John Magaro, and Ben Schentzer will star in the pilot for the new FX series Gone Hollywood, which follows a group of talent agents in 1980 who leave an established company to form their own. The series will mix real-life entertainment figures and events with its fictional protagonists. Neslon Franklin, Sarah Ramos, Eric Lange, Peta Sergeant, and Jeremy Shamos will recur in the series.20,000 Petition Netflix to Cancel Good Omens — Which Streams on AmazonIn a fun moment on the internet this week, The Guardian reported that 20,000 people signed a petition that calls for Netflix to cancel Neil Gaiman s heavenly comedy Good Omens, which stars Michael Sheen as angel Aziraphale and David Tennant as demon Crowley, who are trying to stop the Apocalypse. The series is also Certified Fresh at 83% on the Tomatometer. Only one problem: It s an Amazon Prime Video title. Much glee ensued.I love that they are going to write to Netflix to try and get #GoodOmens cancelled. Says it all really. https://t.co/8WNxCY1YmV Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) June 19, 2019This is so beautiful Promise me you won t tell them? https://t.co/thYTOG7GBE Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) June 19, 2019Hey @netflix, we ll cancel Stranger Things if you cancel Good Omens. 😉 https://t.co/EJPmi9rL7g Prime Video (@PrimeVideo) June 20, 2019No More All-Male Writers Rooms(Photo by ITV)Saskia Schuster, head of comedy at British broadcaster ITV, announced that she will no longer allow all-male writer’s rooms on the series she orders.“The first thing I did was I changed my terms of commissioning, she said, the BBC reported. I won t commission anything with an all-male writing team. Schuster is the founder of Comedy 50:50, an initiative to achieve gender balance in comedy representation.Development News: Y: The Last Man Gets a New Boss, Lin-Manuel Miranda Gets a Netflix Directing Gig(Photo by Macall Polay/FX)FX’s upcoming adaptation of comic book series Y: The Last Man, titled simply Y, has found a new showrunner: Eliza Clark. The playwright has worked on TNT’s Animal Kingdom, AMC’s The Killing, and more. Her appointment comes following the exit of original showrunners Michael Green and Aida Croal, who exited two months ago when the network decided to retool the series. Based on the comic series by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra, Y takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where one single male remains and stars Barry Keoghan as the titular character, along with Imogen Poots, Lashana Lynch, Juliana Canfield, Marin Ireland, and Amber Tamblyn..@Lin_Manuel will make his feature film directorial debut with an adaptation of Tick, Tick…Boom! Tony Award winner Steven Levenson will adapt the screenplay from the original stage show written by late Rent creator Jonathan Larson pic.twitter.com/kcMeBQ2xJD See What s Next (@seewhatsnext) June 19, 2019Netflix has hired Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda to direct a film adaptation of the musical Tick, Tick, Boom, marking the Broadway star’s directorial debut.Wrestling is coming to Netflix in the form of a new film called The Main Event, which will star real-life pro wrestlers Kofi Kingston, Mike “The Miz” Mizanin, and Sheamus in a film about an aspiring pro wrestler competing to become the next WWE superstar.Woody Harrelson is set to executive produce and star in the new limited series The Most Dangerous Man in America, about the 1970 prison escape of Timothy Leary and the ensuing manhunt. Luke Davies, who co-created Hulu’s recent Catch-22 adaptation, will adapt the book The Most Dangerous Man by Mill Minutaglio and Steven L. Davis as well as serve as executive producer.Yellowstone co-creator Taylor Sheridan will develop The Last Cowboy, an unscripted series based in the world of professional reining for Paramount Network. Along with the series, Sheridan is also launching a reining event called “Run for a Million,” the sport’s first-ever, arena-based competition with a million purse. The event will take place on August 15-17, 2019 at the South Point Arena and Equestrian Center in Las Vegas and will feature in  The Last Cowboy s series finale.The latest big name star to sign on for Jeffrey Katzenberg’s short-form streaming service is Tyra Banks, who is producing and will star in a show called Beauty. The series will serve “as a mirror for us to question societal standards that have defined us going deep to boldly tackle compelling topics head on in every episode, making you question everything you ever thought was beautiful nothing will be off limits.”Janet Mock has signed a deal with Netflix to develop TV series and films, making her the first out transgender woman with such a platform. According to Variety, she’ll continue writing and directing on FX’s Pose while creating programs for Netflix “that employ and highlight communities that have historically been ignored by Hollywood.”Showtime has ordered a new comedy series called Back to Life from the producers of Fleabag. Created by and starring Daisy Haggard, the series follows a woman who returns to her small coastal hometown after 18 years in prison.Nat Geo Seeks AdventurersAttention all adventurers: National Geographic and the producers behind The Amazing Race are now casting for their global reality competition for ,000,000. Race to the Center of the Earth will pit four teams of three people against each other in an “extreme non-elimination competition series” as they try to be the first to reach a remote location with a million-dollar prize. Think you’ve got what it takes? Apply at the show’s website.Angel Cast Set to ReuniteThe confirmation you Angel fans have been waiting for… the cast is reuniting at #NYCC19 to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Angel, and they have a message for Y-O-U.There are a limited amount of Fri Sun badges available, so Fan Verify to buy yours: https://t.co/dldsJbdWrw pic.twitter.com/vFmJtPvPiH New York Comic Con (@NY_Comic_Con) June 18, 2019The cast of the WB supernatural drama Angel is set to reunite for a panel celebrating the Buffy the Vampire Slayer spin-off’s 20th anniversary this fall. Charisma Carpenter, James Marsters, J. August Richards, Alexis Deinsof, and Amy Acker announced via an Instagram video that will all attend a panel at New York Comic-Con. There’s still no word on whether David Boreanaz, who played the titular character, will participate.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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The 140 Essential 2000s MoviesNew millennium, new technology. Film cameras were the standard way to shoot a movie for over a century, and now they to had to make space for upstart digital. Without digital cameras, zombies would ve stayed dead; 28 Days Later was only possible with how quick and easy it is to set up with them. Sofia Coppola (Lost in Translation) and Neill Blomkamp (District 9) certainly benefited from the new technology.Movies were also used to absorb our collective trauma. We escaped into magic and wonder in the months after 9/11 with Harry Potter and The Lord of the Rings, while we celebrated the end of the Great Recession by getting the hell off this planet with Avatar. And speaking of those series, we didn t want their installments taking up all the spots on this list, so one movie representing the whole franchise was chosen for those worthy.And your vast comic-book trivia knowledge became a social asset, not a bullseye for beatings. Iron Man, The Dark Knight, and Spider-Man 2 opened up new ways of connected storytelling (and money making). And it wasn t just superheroes making the leap to the mainstream. Fanboy culture, the internet, and sites like the one you re reading now helped bring genre movies to the cultural forefront: zombies (28 Days Later, Shaun of the Dead), sci-fi (Avatar, Serenity), horror (The Descent, Saw), and fantasy (Pan s Labyrinth).Meanwhile, under-served voices started to make some noise in the mainstream with films led by females (Mean Girls, Whale Rider, Bend It Like Beckham, Twilight), made African-American filmmakers (Love Basketball, Barbershop), and featuring Asian-American stars (Harold Kumar Go to White Castle, Better Luck Tomorrow). And that s not including the increasingly easy access to international material like City of God and Let the Right One In.And we still haven t touched upon Pixar s golden age (WALL-E, Finding Nemo), Hollywood finding the formula for comedies perfectly balanced between smart and dumb (The Hangover, The 40-Year Old Virgin), or that the Fast Furious series got its humble beginnings here. A lot happened in this decade: Discover it all with the 140 Essential Movies of the 2000s!More Essential Movies By Decade1970s | 1980s | 1990s

暗黑3美服官网 (Photo by Everett Collection, Imaginal Disc and Labocine, and Touchstone Television)Four years ago, Rosa Parra wasn’t nearly as well-versed in film history as she is now. She’d just seen Wonder Woman, which sparked her interest in – now a love for – cinematic spectacles and women’s representation on- and off-screen. That was the launchpad for Parra’s film education and career in criticism – and her star just keeps rising.Parra’s passion is palpable. She’s driven not just by a love of visual storytelling, but by a desire to uplift Latinx stories. She started out writing movie reviews on a site she ran herself. In 2020, she co-founded the Latinx Lens podcast with her co-host Catherine Gonzales, where the two discuss history, icons, and recent releases. She’s also earning a bachelor’s in Film and Media Studies from Arizona State University.And that’s all on top of her day job as a lab technician. (In addition to her love of movies, she’s a self-identified “science person.”)“Everything I do with writing and preparing for podcasting, I do it after work,” Parra told Rotten Tomatoes. She dedicates her work commute and weekends to learning about film, too – sometimes with her kids, who she lovingly calls her “movie buddies.”“Having to balance it all is not easy, but if you are determined and you plan out, literally to the last minute of the day that you re awake – like, I have five minutes to do this in the morning – it s doable.”Rosa Parra is the co-host and co-founder of the Latinx Lens podcast. Find Rosa on Twitter: @rosasreviews.Have you returned to theaters? What was the first film you saw? Yes, I did. The day they opened! I had to go in there and watch something that deserved to be watched on the big screen, so I went in and watched Tenet. Man, that was an incredible experience.Do you have a favorite snack while you re watching movies?Ooh. I would probably say nachos. I love nachos.Are you pro- or anti-note-taking when you re reviewing?I will if I m at home because I have the ability to pause the film and actually take notes, and try to analyze what I just watched. If I m in the theater, I probably won t, because I don t want to miss anything that I m seeing.Do you read other people s reviews before you write your own?No, I try to do my own thing before reading someone else s thoughts.What is your favorite release of 2021 so far?So far, my favorite movie of the year is Identifying Features. It s a Mexican film that follows a mother who is seeking the whereabouts of her son who decides to cross the border and come to the United States. But then she doesn’t hear from him, so she takes it upon herself to go in search of him. It’s a smaller independent film, but it s so moving, it s so touching, and it s so riveting that it’s haunted me since I watched it.And actually, not that long ago, I watched Pig… I was like, oh, it might become my favorite of the year. But just by a little bit – by thin a margin, like a hair – it didn t make it. It s my number two, but Identifying Features still holds my top spot.What makes a good movie?It s going to differ from people to people. Because at the end of the day, film is subjective. It s an art. What I think is good, other people might not. It is a subjective medium.To me, a good movie is one that leaves me thinking about it hours, days, after I ve seen it – a movie that s re-watchable… But also that makes me feel something, whether it s sadness or it takes me back to my childhood, any childhood memories, or just makes me cry, or just overwhelms me with any form of emotion. I think that s certainly my definition of a good movie.

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