When we last left Sneaky Pete, it seemed like Julia Bowman (Marin Ireland) had figured out her “cousin” Pete Murphy’s true identity.Or did she?Series star Giovanni Ribisi, who plays con artist Marius Jasipovic who poses as Pete, spoke to Rotten Tomatoes about the third season of his streaming series, which debuts on Friday. The actor remained tight-lipped about his character s big reveal, but assuming parole officer James Bagwell (Malcolm-Jamal Warner) answers Julia s question about what her ex’s name is, she’ll get confirmation that it s Marius. Officer Bagwell has no reason to maintain Marius’s cover as Pete, after all.Marius has been living with the Bernhardt family as their cousin Pete, a.k.a. his former cellmate, embroiling them in his con games. But that can only last so long, especially when more marks from Marius’s past come looking for him. This season introduces Lizzie (Efrat Dor) in the season premiere, and also features Ricky Jay in his final onscreen role. (The magician and actor died in November 2018 at 72 years old.)Ribisi, whose lengthy movie and TV credits include roles in major feature films like Saving Private Ran and Avatar, dodged spoilers to tell us what to expect in season 3 of Sneaky Pete and revealed what he’s been watching on TV, both live and streaming.WHAT IS APPOINTMENT TV FOR YOU?I used to have appointment television and that was the first season of True Detective. [That] was a show that I couldn’t wait for the next episode. There’s [also] sports.WHAT S ON YOUR DVR?I don’t have a DVR!WHAT S IN YOUR STREAMING QUEUE?The show Street Food looks incredible, and then also the Planet Earth series on Netflix just because of the cinematography. I’m a sucker for good cinematography.WHAT SHOW IS COMING SOON THAT YOU CAN’T WAIT FOR?(Photo by Netflix)I would say Mindhunter season 2. I love that show.(Photo by Amazon Prime Video)Fred Topel for Rotten Tomatoes: If Marius’s secret is out, is the family in too deep now to even do anything about it?I don’t know what we want to give away at this point. It depends who knows about it, obviously, and how Marius further manipulates that — if that is, indeed, the case. I think that’s all I’m allowed to say. It was a cliffhanger. We left it up in the air.Are there a lot more twists and turns pretty early in the season?Yeah, that’s the nature of the show. That’s part of what Sneaky Pete is. It’s walking that line between something that is total chaos, this very fine string of logic of plot, juxtaposed to who are these people, the humanity and the characters and Marius’ relationship to the family. I think that speaks to the fact that the strength of the show is really in the cast members, Margo Martindale, Peter Gerety, Marin Ireland, and what they bring to the table and who they are. I think that’s the foundation, obviously.(Photo by Amazon Prime Video)We’re going to meet some new characters this season, and we get a taste of Lizzie in the season premiere. Is she a match for Marius?Yes, she definitely is a match for Marius. Again, going back to that scene where he’s torn between who he has been in his life and a family, that relationship, that [co-creator/executive producer] Bryan [Cranston] said to me early on before we started filming the first season, is, “The show is Breaking Good.” There’s that dynamic there, but Lizzie’s definitely someone who is coming back to haunt him. She’s an amazing actress, Efrat Dor.Will we see Ricky Jay’s final scenes?Yes. It’s still an open wound, the tragedy that happened with Ricky Jay. He was just such an extraordinary talent on so many levels and his commitment to mastery of what he did in his life was just extraordinary. We were all fortunate to work with him. He’s very heavy in the season, actually.Are we going to see how his real-life skills might apply to Pete?Yeah, he does work with cards in this season. It’s just incredible what he did. What he could do is just mind-boggling.(Photo by Amazon Prime Video)Will we see some more fun cons this season?Yes, without a doubt. I think there’s a lot of that, a lot of card sharking, spinning that web, I guess, that feels like he has to. It’s just who he is. It’s the fabric of his being. He’s playing this chess game and thinking five moves ahead, structuring this thing where somebody is going to behave a certain way and take that left turn he needs them to take. That’s just his nature so yes, there’s a lot of that this season.Has the balance shifted to how much he’s still Marius and how much he’s trying to be Pete?I don’t know if it’s necessarily something where he’s changing to step on a moral pulpit there and say this is what’s good, and this is what’s bad. I think that his loyalty is shifting.Sneaky Pete season 3 premieres Friday, May 10 on Amazon Prime Video. 要是在玩游戏时把它们全部都勾上，一般的手机还真不一定能带得动，其它大型一点的手游诸如《和平精英》、《崩坏3》还有《原神》也是如此。。。
film, he grows up. He turns into a plant. When you do a science experiment in class and you put the light to the right and you put the plant upside down and you see how the plant always grows to the sunlight. Tony is like that: he s drawn into this mobster lifestyle. Something that he doesn t want to be a part of, but he s forced into it. And he s trapped in this mobster box of feeling like he has to grow up to be this big, scary guy when really deep down he wants to do the right thing.Rotten Tomatoes: As well as working with Michael, you also worked with some pretty legendary actors. You spoke about Ray. Alessandro s also incredible in this film.Ludwig: Alessandro s so good. He s an amazing actor. The first time I was on set was the funeral scene. When I walked in, Alessandro was sitting down in this chair in the front row and he was just looking down. He captured how his character feels and he just portrayed that throughout the whole day. But when I walked up to him, when I saw him for the first time in person, he snaps out of it so fast and he goes, Hey, Michael, how are you? It s so good to see you. And we chatted for a little bit. And then I go to my spot and he sits right back down, goes back down and starts brooding again. It was really amazing to watch him do that.Rotten Tomatoes: And what about working with Vera Farmiga and establishing that mother-son relationship?Ludwig: Well, Vera is such a sweet lady. She s like a mother, really. Mattea Conforti, who plays young Janice, we taught Vera how to hit the whoa in 2019. If you can remember what the whoa is? [Author’s note: I did not, but William demonstrated.] We taught Vera Farmiga how to hit the whoa! And she told us the story about how Millie Bobby Brown taught her how to do the whip/nae nae.Rotten Tomatoes: And finally, did you get to eat any of the baked ziti on the set?Ludwig: Well, the confirmation scene with young Janice, I was shoveling penne pasta down my throat for eight hours. So I had probably the worst stomach ache I ve ever experienced in my whole life.Rotten Tomatoes: Because there s no tricks for that when the camera s on, right? You ve just go to eat and eat and eat.Ludwig: Hey, we didn t have to pay for any of it.The Many Saints of Newark is in theaters and available on HBO Max from Friday October 1, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.Thumbnail image: Kenneth Dolin, Bob Yeoman / © Fox Searchlight Pictures, © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, © Warner Bros., © Columbia Pictures, © Walt Disney亚博游戏娱乐平台官网(Photo by Youngkyu Park)Netflix s Top 10 Shows and Movies Right NowUpdated October 11, 2021What s trending on Netflix this week?The shows and movies most popular on Netflix according to their subscribers are found on the service, but that’s only part of the story. Fans spend more time on their favorite Netflix series and movies than just the time spent binging them; they also read up on titles background and critical standing on Rotten Tomatoes own pages. We ve made a list of the top 10 movies and shows on Netflix U.S. that our visitors have been reading about over the seven days ending October 10.Also Recommended: • The Best Netflix Shows and Series To Watch• The Best Netflix Movies To Watch Right NowKorean thriller Squid Game remains at the top of our list for the third straight week, further demonstrating Netflix s ability to create mega-hits of international programming, regardless of language.For more evidence of just that, see the rest of this week s top 10, which also sees the Japanese science-fiction drama Alice in Borderland and Danish crime thriller The Chestnut Man proving popular with audiences, while Spanish hit Money Heist moves up No. 9.The Guilty, Midnight Mass, and Maid hold onto their top 5 positions in our list of most popular Netflix shows and movies of the past week, with controversial Dave Chappelle comedy special Closer arriving at No. 5.Looking for more great TV and streaming recommendations? Pre-order our upcoming book, The Ultimate Binge Guide, releasing this fall.Is your favorite Netflix show or series on the Netflix Top 10 list? Let us know in the comments what you re watching on Netflix right now.
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How well do Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson know their own movies? And how do they react when they come face-to-face – or, at least, face-to-text – with their critics? That s what we found out when we sat down with the Jumanji: The Next Level leads for a game of Name the Review. The concept is simple: Each actor reads the other a line from a review of one of their films – then they have to guess the movie being referenced. Which film was merely tolerable ? And how does Hart react to that blunt assessment? Find out in the video above. And be sure to play along – you may know the guys careers even better than they do.
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(Photo by © Netflix / Courtesy Everett Collection)After such a brutal year, you might think the Razzie Awards – the annual awards that celebrate(?) the worst of the worst in the past year of cinema – might take the day off. You d be wrong.(There will be an award acknowledging just what a struggle 2020 was for the industry, with a Special Governor s Award for 2020 marking it as “The Worst Calendar Year EVER!”.)Aside from the year itself, the other big winners/losers on nominations day were 365 Days – remember the Polish Fifty Shades of Grey-alike that got people all hot and bothered in the early days of the pandemic? – and the mega-budget Dolittle, starring Robert Downey Jr. as the titular doc with the gift of the gab when it comes to animals. Both films topped the noms tally with six nominations a piece.Controversial titles like Sia s Music and Ron Howard s Hillbilly Elegy – which became something of a critical punching bag despite much love from moviegoers, if you look at our Audience Score – also racked up plenty of noms.And a little editorial note from RT: We protest any and all nominations for Hubie Halloween, the just-Rotten Adam Sandler Halloween comedy which is an absolute romp; we have similar feelings about Kristen Wiig s nomination for Wonder Woman 1984 – her Barbara Minerva was one of the best things about the movie, according to many critics.OK, with that off our chest, here is the full list of nominations for the 41st Golden Raspberry Awards. Winners will be announced Saturday, April 24, 2021. WORST PICTURE365 DaysAbsolute ProofDolittleFantasy IslandMusicWORST ACTORRobert Downey, Jr. DolittleMike Lindell (The “My Pillow” Guy) Absolute ProofMichele Morrone 365 DaysAdam Sandler Hubie HalloweenDavid Spade The Wrong MissyWORST ACTRESSAnne Hathaway The Last Thing He Wanted AND Roald Dahl s The WitchesKatie Holmes Brahms: The Boy II AND The Secret: Dare to DreamKate Hudson – MusicLauren Lapkus The Wrong MissyAnna-Maria Sieklucka 365 DaysWORST SUPPORTING ACTRESSGlenn Close Hillbilly ElegyLucy Hale Fantasy IslandMaggie Q Fantasy IslandKristen Wiig Wonder Woman 1984Maddie Ziegler MusicWORST SUPPORTING ACTORChevy Chase The Very Excellent Mr. DundeeRudy Giuliani (As Himself ) Borat Subsequent MoviefilmShia LaBeouf The Tax CollectorArnold Schwarzenegger Iron MaskBruce Willis Breach, Hard Kill AND Survive the NightWORST SCREEN COMBOMaria Bakalova Rudy Giuliani (Yes, That Really IS Rudy Giuliani!) Borat Subsequent MoviefilmRobert Downey Jr. His Utterly Unconvincing Welsh Accent DolittleHarrison Ford That Totally Fake-Looking CGI “Dog” Call of the WildLauren Lapkus David Spade The Wrong MissyAdam Sandler His Grating Simpleton Voice Hubie HalloweenWORST DIRECTORCharles Band All three Barbie Kendra moviesBarbara Bialowas Tomasz Mandes 365 DaysStephen Gaghan – DolittleRon Howard Hillbilly ElegySia – MusicWORST SCREENPLAY365 DaysAll 3 Barbie Kendra MoviesDolittleFantasy IslandHillbilly ElegyWORST REMAKE, RIP-OFF or SEQUEL365 Days (Polish Remake/Rip-Off of Fifty Shades of Grey)Dolittle (Remake)Fantasy Island (Remake/”Re-Imagining”)Hubie Halloween (Remake/Rip-Off of Ernest Scared Stupid)Wonder Woman 1984 (Sequel)On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
After enduring setbacks as large as a studio merger and a worldwide pandemic, Free Guy is finally here, and according to the reviews, it s absolutely worth the wait. Ryan Reynolds stars in this meta action-comedy as Guy, an everyman bank teller in a video game called Free City who is content to respawn every day as an NPC (non-player character). Unbeknownst to him, a couple of rogue programmers (Jodie Comer, Joe Keery) in the real world are in open rebellion against the game s new corporate owner (Taika Waititi), and the extra code they implement in the game makes Guy self-aware; thus begins his journey from regular dude to world-saving hero. It s probably safe to say that few people expected this film to be anything more than a mild diversion, but Free Guy has become the surprise of the summer, with critics calling it a relentlessly optimistic, laugh-out-loud funny comedy that lovingly pokes fun at gamer culture but offers enough entertainment value for video game agnostics. It may not hit all of its targets, but it s goofy, earnest, action-packed, and hilarious, which feels pretty spot-on for a summer movie success.
Today s Ketchup brings you another 10 headlines from the world of film development news, covering stories from the last few weeks (because of the holidays) for titles such as Final Destination, Ghostbusters 3, Disney s Hunchback, and Monopoly.This WEEK S TOP STORYTOM CRUISE S MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 7 AND 8 COMING IN 2021 AND 2022(Photo by Chiabella James/Paramount Pictures)There are lots of long-running movie franchises, but in many of those examples, the cast changes over time (the MCU and the Rocky/Creed franchises being two exceptions to the rule). This week we learned that, in 2022, Tom Cruise will hit movie #8 in his long-running Mission: Impossible franchise, as Mission: Impossible 7 and Mission: Impossible 8 are being developed for releases in the summers of 2021 and 2022, respectively. Paramount is aiming to achieve this goal by hiring writer/director Christopher McQuarrie to work on both sequels, following what he s done on the last two films, 2015 s Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation (Certified Fresh at 93%) and last year s Mission: Impossible Fallout (Certified Fresh at 97%). The two movies will be shot back-to-back to ensure their releases within a year of each other, and also to make it easier to schedule not just Tom Cruise, but his supporting cast, which may include Fallout co-stars like Rebecca Ferguson, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, etc. We don t have any indication what Mission: Impossible 7 (2021) and Mission: Impossible 8 (2022) might be about, but they will probably feature Tom Cruise doing some of his own crazy stunts. Cruise s next film will be the sequel Top Gun: Maverick (6/26/2020), and he will also be celebrating his 60th birthday on July 3, 2022, possibly around the same time that Mission: Impossible 8 will be released.Fresh Developments1. AN ACTUAL GHOSTBUSTERS 3 IS NOW FAST-TRACKED FOR SUMMER, 2020 (Photo by Columbia courtesy Everett Collection)We ve been seeing year-after-year of reboots and remakes, but only very rarely are they overturned by later films. If you were a big fan of 2016 s Ghostbusters (Certified Fresh at 74%), we have some bad news for you, as Sony is now pulling an about-face. Rather than moving forward with a sequel starring Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones, Sony is aiming to produce a Ghostbusters 3 that will extend the continuity that started with the 1984 movie starring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, and Ernie Hudson. Ghostbusters 3 will be a legacy sequel, with Jason Reitman (Juno, Up in the Air, Tully) taking over from his father Ivan Reitman. Ghostbusters 3 will reportedly feature the teenage kids of the original Ghostbusters, possibly comprised of two daughters and two sons. We even already got a teaser trailer this week for the sequel, which is aiming for a summer 2020 release. In related news, Bill Murray is now signed to reunite with his Lost in Translation director Sofia Coppola for On the Rocks, co-starring Rashida Jones.2. BLACK PANTHER S NOT THE ONLY AFRICAN KING GETTING A SEQUEL: COMING TO AMERICA 2The 1988 blockbuster comedy hit Coming to America was #3 at the box office that year, preceding by three decades the success of another African king in last year s Black Panther. We already know Black Panther is getting a sequel, but now we can count on one for the former as well. Eddie Murphy is signed to return as Akeem Joffer of Zamunda for Coming to America 2, which will be directed by Craig Brewer (Hustle Flow, Black Snake Moan). Murphy and Brewer are coming off their recent collaboration on Netflix s upcoming Rudy Ray Moore biopic, Dolemite is My Name.3. HUNCHBACK (OF NOTRE DAME) GETTING LIVE-ACTION TREATMENTThere are absolutely no signs of Walt Disney Pictures slowing down their live-action adaptations of their classic animated films anytime soon (setting aside whether The Lion King is live action ). In addition to all of the films in development, the next five on Disney s upcoming slate are Dumbo (3/29/2019), Aladdin (5/24/2019), The Lion King (7/19/2019), Mulan (3/27/2020), and Maleficent II (5/29/2020). We can now add Hunchback, an adaptation of 1996 s The Hunchback of Notre Dame, to the mix, as Josh Gad is now producing the remake for Disney. (Gad is a frequent Disney star, including Frozen, Beauty and the Beast, and Frozen 2.) Gad is not currently expected to star, but that could change with time. Meanwhile, another project, Pinocchio apparently hit a snag over the holidays, with Paddington 2 director Paul King recently walking away (while Guillermo del Toro s Pinocchio is now in development at Netflix).4. SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME TRAILER REVEALS MYSTERIO AND THE ELEMENTALS (Photo by Sony Pictures Entertainment)An all-too-common complaint about trailers is that they reveal too much, with the best ones arguably just whetting our appetite without giving away the whole narrative. This summer s Spider-Man: Far from Home (7/5/2019) has a very thin line to walk indeed, as its mere existence could be a spoiler for Avengers: Endgame (4/26/2019). Let s focus instead on what this trailer actually does show, which is Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio fighting mysterious monsters called The Elementals. In the trailer, Mysterio appears to be acting as a superhero, but many fans were quick to point out that in his first appearance in 1964, Mysterio similarly pretended to be heroic, as he s traditionally one of Spider-Man s longest-running super villains. (Let s note here that 1964 is some 40 years before Syndrome did something similar in 2004 s The Incredibles.) As for the Elementals, three different Easter Eggs in the trailer seem to suggest that they could actually be Spider-Man s villains Hydro-Man, Molten Man, and Sandman (or those could be fakeouts too).5. STEVEN SPIELBERG FINDS HIS WEST SIDE STORY REMAKE S MARIA, ANITA, BERNARDO, AND CHINO Steven Spielberg is getting closer to filming his remake of West Side Story, starring Ansel Elgort as Tony, with the original film s Rita Moreno also cast in a supporting role. What we didn t know until this week, however, was who would be playing the film s female lead, Maria (played by Natalie Wood in 1961), or her best friend Anita (Moreno s original role). Those big reveals came this week as we learned that Maria will be played by 17-year-old Colombian-American newcomer Rachel Zegler. (You can watch Rachel Zegler performing various songs on her YouTube channel right here.) Anita will be played by Ariana DeBose, who was nominated for a Tony Award in 2018 for playing Donna Summer. Anita s boyfriend Bernardo will be played by David Alvarez (Tony winner for Billy Elliot: The Musical), and Maria s would-be-fiancee Chino will be played by Andrés Rivera (of the Hamilton national touring company). Spielberg also reportedly met recently with faculty and students at the University of Puerto Rico about their concerns of how their community will be portrayed in this West Side Story update.6. ANNE HATHAWAY WILL LEAD THE WITCHES REMAKE Robert Zemeckis recent adaptation of the documentary Marwencol, called Welcome to Marwen (Rotten at 31%), was both critically panned and a box office bomb. For his next film, Zemeckis is aiming for a more conventionally popular project, with a remake of 1990 s The Witches, which was an adaptation of Roald Dahl s 1983 children s novel. Anne Hathaway is now attached to star in The Witches as the Grand High Witch, the role played in 1990 by Anjelica Huston. The 1990 movie was itself a box office bomb, earning just million, but the film has arguably become a family favorite in the 29 years since. Robert Zemeckis new adaptation of Dahl s novel will be set in the Gothic South in the 1960s, with Zemeckis (Back to the Future, Forrest Gump) also writing and producing along with both Guillermo del Toro (The Shape of Water, Pan s Labyrinth) and Alfonso Cuarón (Roma, Gravity).Rotten Ideas3. KEVIN HART PASSES GO, WILL COLLECT (AT LEAST) 0, IN MONOPOLY (Photo by Warner Bros.)Kevin Hart may not be hosting this year s Academy Awards, but his career is otherwise moving along quite nicely following the million opening weekend for The Upside. Within a few days of those numbers being confirmed, Kevin Hart was quickly attached to two different films, including one that s pretty high profile. The idea of a movie based on the classic Monopoly board game has been kicking around for over a decade, including a time when Ridley Scott was attached, but the Monopoly movie we ll actually get sounds like a drastic switch. Hart will star in Monopoly for Lionsgate and Hasbro, with his Ride Along director Tim Story also on board. If we disregard his two Kevin Hart concert movies, Tim Story currently has a seven-movie Rotten streak going that includes Fantastic Four (27%), the aforementioned Ride Along (19%), and Ride Along 2 (13%). Kevin Hart s second new project this week is called Fatherhood, based on the Matthew Logelin memoir Two Kisses for Maddy. Paul Weitz (Admission, Little Fockers) will direct the tragic drama, in which Hart will play a newly single father after his high school sweetheart dies in childbirth.2. VIDEO GAME MOVIES STILL ROTTEN, HOLLYWOOD STILL MAKING MOVIES LIKE JUST DANCE (Photo by Alessio Bolzoni/Amazon Studios)We frequently talk about how bad video game-based movies have been over the years; there isn t a single Fresh film among the 47-plus that have been made. That may change this year with movies like Detective Pikachu and Sonic the Hedgehog, but even if one of them does earn a Fresh score, it would only be a small dent in the genre s infamous reputation. In the grand Hollywood tradition of doing something over and over again and expecting a different result, we learned about another attempt to bring a video game to the big screen this week, namely the long-running Just Dance franchise. Screen Gems won an auction to the Just Dance rights after competitive bidding. In related news, Warner Bros long-in-development Minecraft movie attracted a new director this week in Peter Sollett, who directed Nick and Norah s Infinite Playlist (Certified Fresh at 74%) and 2015 s Freeheld (Rotten at 48%).1. FINAL DESTINATION FRANCHISE BEING BROUGHT BACK FROM THE DEAD (Photo by New Line courtesy Everett Collection)The first Final Destination movie in 2000 earned just a 34% on the Tomatometer, but it inspired a franchise with four more sequels, only one of which scored above 48%. It can be argued that Final Destination, in which the survivors of lethal events are then haunted by death, trying to even the score, was somewhat ahead of its time, given the more recent success of franchises like Insidious and IT. The screenwriting team of Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan, who worked on Saw IV, Saw V, and Saw VI, have now landed a new gig at New Line Cinema, working on rebooting the Final Destination franchise. Those Saw movies, likewise, have pretty Rotten Tomatometers (18%, 13%, and 39%).
Adjusted Score: -1% Critics Consensus: Cursed's first season isn't as subversive as its source material, but strong plotting and a heroic performance from Katherine Langford make for an enjoyable escape. (Photo by New Line/courtesy Everett Collection)25 Modern Christmas Classics to Add to Your Holiday Movie ListWhen most people think of classic Christmas movies, their minds sleigh-ride back through the decades to films like It’s A Wonderful Life, A Christmas Story, Miracle on 34th Street, and Christmas Vacation. To movies that they’ve grown up with, movies they’ve spent dozens of holiday seasons sprawled out in front of, digesting Thanksgiving and Christmas and other holiday dinners. But there are a number of holiday-themed and holiday-set movies released in the last 20 years that are just as worthy of your Yuletide viewing as those tried-and-true favorites. These are the world’s modern Christmas classics – or should-be-classics – and we think that this year, once that bell rings and the angel gets its wings for the umpteenth time in your household, you should try something Fresh for your festive viewing.We compiled this list of modern Christmas classics using a very simple set of criteria: the movies had to be about Christmas or set firmly during the holiday; they had to have been released after the year 2000; and they had to have a Fresh score with a minimum of 20 reviews. Some are titles you will no doubt be familiar with, movies from the earlier years of the 21st Century that have already assumed the “classic” label in the ensuing years – we’re looking at you Elf and the ever-divisive Love Actually. Others are Certified Fresh gems that have gone totally under-appreciated in our opinions. (Why Arthur Christmas, at 92% on the Tomatometer, isn’t every kid’s go-to holiday flick is beyond us.) Others still are off-beat foreign gems, like the scary, weird, and wonderful Finnish killer Santa movie, Rare Exports, or the anime Tokyo Godfathers. And with our most recent update, we ve added Klaus, Jingle Jangle, and the 2018 Grinch, which is just barely Fresh. Because we can t make green meanie too happy, right?If you’re looking for something different this season, slip a sack-full of these charming/hilarious/weird/heartwarming/scary flicks into your holiday rotation.Best Christmas Movies | Worst Christmas MoviesBest and Worst Christmas Horror | Best Foreign Christmas MoviesRotten Christmas Movies We Love | Modern Christmas Classics
Last year, Ari Aster arrived on the scene with one of the most talked about feature debuts in years. He’s already back with a second movie, and apparently Hereditary was no fluke. Aster’s Midsommar (2019) 83% screened confidently on Tuesday night, without any kind of review embargo, and the gamble is paying off given the first critical reactions to the sophomore effort.Comparisons to Aster’s introductory work are inevitable, as much as they are to other “horror” films of its kind, but the initial reviews for Midsommar highlight its unique terror and humor and a lead performance from Florence Pugh that s potentially as praiseworthy as Toni Collette’s in Hereditary. It won’t be for everyone, but it sounds like everyone should see it anyway.Note: these are the very first reviews for Midsommar, and we will be updating this piece as more reviews from a wide range of perspectives come through.Here’s what critics are saying about Midsommar so far:Has Ari Aster avoided the sophomore slump? Much like how Jordan Peele’s Us proved that concern for a sophomore slump was unwarranted, Aster’s latest hits. And damn does it hit hard.” Jonathan Barkan, Dread Central
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