沙巴体育365在线采用百度引擎6（Baidu 1）Ready for another great Marvel movie? Of course, you are! The Marvel Cinematic Universe hasn’t had a Rotten entry in all its 13 years and 24 feature films, and the latest looks to continue the franchise’s tradition. From the Hollywood premiere of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, a handful of critics shared unanimous praise on social media for the story, action, performances, and more. Even some of the usually harsher reviewers were pleasantly surprised.Here’s what critics are saying about Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings:Has Marvel done it again?Shang-Chi is fantastic… Marvel has another hit on its hands. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderShang-Chi is awesome… Bravo! Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comShang-Chi is an absolute triumph… Astounding. Drew Taylor, ColliderPHENOMENAL. Get hyped. Wendy Lee Szany, The Movie CoupleHow does it compare to other movies in the MCU?Shang-Chi is one of the best MCU films ever!!!! John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorShang-Chi is like no Marvel movie you’ve seen. Steve Weintraub, ColliderI liked Shang-Chi more than Black Widow. I said it. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderThis movie hits all that Marvel does well (pacing, humor, character) and adds action like we’ve never seen from the MCU before! Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comIn many ways it feels like the least MCU movie of the MCU, and I think a lot of people will really love that. It’s a great standalone adventure/origin story. Peter Sciretta, Slashfilm(Photo by Jasin Boland/©Marvel Studios)Does it give us further hope for the franchise?It is exactly the shot in the arm that Marvel and Disney needed. Scott Mendelson, ForbesThis is the MCU back doing its thing on a high level again. Aaron Neuwirth, We Live EntertainmentDirector Destin Daniel Cretton brought something so fresh to the MCU. So much style and heart. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comLove that it opens the door to a new world that I can’t wait to see more of. Steve Weintraub, ColliderI’m excited to see how Shang-Chi fits into the future of this cinematic universe. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmPhase 4 is magical and mystical and I m here for it. If Shang-Chi is the direction the next phase of the MCU is heading, bring on Eternals and Doctor Strange 2. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderSo Shang-Chi is even better than it looks?Never expected it to be THIS good… Can’t believe how much I loved this movie. John Campea, The John Campea ShowDidn’t expect to love it as much as I did! Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorWe are all pleasantly surprised. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentEven I really liked it… I was so damn relieved. Scott Mendelson, Forbes(Photo by ©Marvel Studios)What if the trailer didn t wow us?Shang-Chi is a blast! Marvel delivers a wuxia/fantasy/superhero movie mash-up that’s a lot more fun than how the trailers have been selling it. Aaron Neuwirth, We Live EntertainmentI thought the trailers looked awful. This film delivers the goods. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentIt s much better than the trailers (lots of goodies unspoiled) and is unafraid to be weird and fantastical. Scott Mendelson, ForbesWished the trailers didn t give away two surprises in the film… but there s so much in the film that isn t in the Shang-Chi trailers that surprised me. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderHow is the action?Some of the very best action in the MCU. Drew Taylor, ColliderShang-Chi has some of the best fight scenes of any MCU movie, sometimes thrilling, other times just stunningly beautiful. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmThe action set pieces are STUNNERS. Choreography, cinematography, costume design, VFX all on point and come together to make those fights MCU standouts. Perri Nemiroff, ColliderThe action is just absurdly epic. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comThe action scenes are simply spectacular, especially the train and skyscraper scene. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentThe filmmakers know how to capture the fight choreography with long takes and quick action. (No shaky cam!). John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorEvery fight scene/action sequence is better than the last. Wendy Lee Szany, The Movie Couple(Photo by ©Marvel Studios)Will hardcore martial arts fans be impressed?The fighting is another level. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorBest martial arts I’ve seen in a long time. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentIt s full of INCREDIBLE, beautifully choreographed fight scenes and full of badass women. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderFight scenes are excellent and easy to follow. Steve Weintraub, ColliderAlmost as good [as The Raid] but can t beat an R rated film that has a hardcore stunt crew. With that said, this blows [away] any fight scenes in any MCU movie. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorHow is the story?Unexpectedly spiritual and emotionally complex. Drew Taylor, ColliderCome for the killer fight scenes, dark mysticism, and martial arts mayhem, but stay for the thoughtful rumination on family, grief, and legacy. Dan Casey, NerdistThe family story is touching. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorExpected a simple father/son conflict narrative and it s so much bigger than that. Shang-Chi is a beautiful story about family, loss, and how our grief can blind and destroy us. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderShang-Chi is such a personal, family story at its core. That’s when it’s at its best. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comShang-Chi is part Shakespearean family tragedy, part mythological epic, part martial arts masterpiece. It is f***ing awesome. John Campea, The John Campea ShowRyan FujitaniHow is Simu Liu in the lead?Simu Liu fully embraces the marvel superhero role. Wendy Lee Szany, The Movie CoupleSimu Liu literally kicks so much ass and he is perfectly cast. Steve Weintraub, ColliderSimu Liu is a legend. He nails the action sequences, brings the heart. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comGet ready to know Simu Liu s name if you don t already. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderDoes he make a great team with Awkwafina?Simu Liu and Awkwafina are a fantastic pairing. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmSimu Liu and Awkwafina are a great duo on the screen. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorSimu Liu and Awkwafina are terrific. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentSimu Liu has great timing with Awkwafina. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comShang and Katy are instant MCU all stars. Aaron Couch, Hollywood ReporterWhat a hugely charming duo I absolutely must see more of. Perri Nemiroff, ColliderAre there any other standouts in the cast?Tony Leung rules, of course. Aaron Neuwirth, We Live EntertainmentTony Leung is perfect as The Mandarin. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorThe whole cast is terrific! Tony Leung and Michelle Yeoh are international treasures. Dan Casey, NerdistRyan FujitaniDoes Shang-Chi honor Asian representation and culture?To see so many Asian actors in an MCU movie made me feel so proud and happy. #RepresentationMatters. Wendy Lee Szany, The Movie CoupleThe movie’s myriad influences (everything from Jackie Chan to Hayao Miyazaki) pay off big time. Drew Taylor, ColliderAre there any problems?All I can say negative about the movie as a whole is that the second half isn’t as good as the first half but it’s still solid. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentThe third act is full of surprises but sometimes is a little crazier than is needed. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comShould we stick around for any post-credits scenes?The post credits are funny and exciting and sets up the future of the MCU. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorThe first after-the-credits scene is a great one. Steve Weintraub, ColliderThe Shang-Chi crowd was the most enthusiastic I have been with since Endgame. Couldn’t hear some of the post credit scene dialogue due to cheering. Aaron Couch, Hollywood Reporter(Photo by ©Marvel Studios)Will we want to see it again?I can’t wait to see this film again. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorCan’t wait to watch again! Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comCan t stop thinking about how much I already want to watch Shang-Chi again. Wendy Lee Szany, The Movie CoupleWhen people ask me what I thought of a movie I always ask myself would I see the film again tomorrow. I would definitely watch Shang-Chi again tomorrow. Steve Weintraub, ColliderShang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings opens in theaters on September 3, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
(Photo by Netflix)FALL 2020 TV SURVEY: 30 FAVORITE NETFLIX SHOWSFor Rotten Tomatoes’ annual Fall TV Survey, we asked thousands of our users what they’re most looking forward to in the coming TV season and to reflect on the best shows from seasons past.It s official: you really, really, really love Stranger Things. For the third year in a row, the retro sci-fi series dominated the top spot across all age groups and gender demographics as Rotten Tomatoes users favorite Netflix original series. A massive 48 percent of respondents — 44 percent of women and 52 percent of men — named the Spielberg-inspired 80s-set drama their favorite original Netflix show.But there are two new entries in the top 5: comic book drama The Umbrella Academy at No. 2, and novel adaptation The Witcher at No. 4. Marvel s Daredevil makes the top 5 yet again (dropping down a spot to No. 2), with moody drama Ozark coming in at No. 5 (replacing last year s moody No. 3 drama, Mindhunter).While men and women alike are mega-fans of Stranger Things, the next-most-popular show among women was The Umbrella Academy, and among the men it was Daredevil. Younger folks tended to go for the genre-friendly series (superheroes, sci-fi, etc.), while the 55 and up demo prefer more down-to-earth series (Ozark, The Crown, Grace and Frankie).Some big titles that made the list last year — The OA, Big Mouth, Peaky Blinders, Making a Murderer, Iron Fist, A Series of Unfortunate Events — didn t make it in 2020, leaving room for newcomers like The Haunting of Hill House, Sex Education, Dead to Me, and more.We allowed survey participants to vote for multiple titles — read on to find out which came out on top overall. Ryan Fujitani for Rotten Tomatoes: Hotel Mumbai is an intense film. Knowing what the story was behind it, and knowing what you were able to portray in the film, what was the atmosphere like on set? I can t imagine there was a lot of laughter and joking around when the cameras were turned off.Armie Hammer: Yeah, you re not wrong. It was very different. Call My By Your Name was the film I shot right before this, where we were riding bicycles and drinking wine through the Italian countryside, and then I came to this, where we are in smoke-filled hotel hallways being chased by gunmen screaming at us in Urdu, and had no idea what was going on. It was really intense. The filming experience was brutal. It was a lot of time manifesting just fear and anxiety and adrenaline and all that stuff, and that wasn t the only reason why it was a more serious and somber filming experience, but also because we re telling the real story of people who went through these terrible traumatic events.We wanted to be respectful of that. We wanted to acknowledge that, yeah, we had the ability and safety net of calling cut if things ever got out of hand for us. The people in the hotel didn t. So that was something that was always on our mind. So the days were very heavy they were brutal and we compensated at night. By the minute we wrapped, we were like, F k. Alright guys, let s go to dinner. We need wine, we need something. Let s just chill. And everybody would just hang out with each other at night, and try to just joke, and try to find some levity, and just enjoy being with each other, knowing that the next day was going to be equally intense and equally brutal, and that we were going to have to do it over, and over, and over.RT: As harrowing an experience shooting the film must have been, would you say that you discovered anything new about yourself in the process, or was there something you discovered about the story you were portraying that surprised you?Hammer: I wish I could say, You know what I discovered about myself? That if I was in this situation I would try to X, Y, and Z. And I would try to be the hero in some way, or I would try to do whatever I could to save myself or save some lives. But ultimately, the thing that I walked away from it realizing was, these situations happen all the time, unfortunately, and we just had something like this happen down in Christchurch.This s t happens way too often. And the fact of the matter is, it f king sucks. There s no positive thing about this. I didn t walk away from the movie saying, Oh, well now I know this about myself. I walked away from it going, That f king sucks. What do we do to make sure that does not happen again? What can we do as a voting populace? What can we do as humanity? What can we do as people to ensure that this s t stops happening? There s no positive silver lining to things like this. There s no big lesson to learn. All you walk away from it going is, That s t sucks, and I don t want that to happen anymore. Hotel Mumbai opens in select theaters on Friday, March 22.
但是随着游戏内容逐步完善，每次更新保持着“量大管饱”的炉石传说开启了属于自己的时代，本就拥有众多职业的炉石，随着卡牌种类和内容的增加，并逐渐展露出自己的霸气。不管是游戏机制，还是游戏氛围，还有未来玩法的设计空间，炉石传说都保持着同类游戏中的高水准，玩家们评价一款游戏是否好玩，某一段时间中的表现并不能概括所有，长期表现才是最终考量标准，而炉石传说能够达到目前的高度，正是源自玩家们的肯定。顺势推出手游，更是一举完成了全平台覆盖。沙巴体育365在线All Dev Patel Movies, Ranked by TomatometerAfter being alerted to Dev Patel s existence by his Skins-watching daughter, director Danny Boyle cast the then 17-year-old actor in 2008 s Slumdog Millionaire. The film, which was originally dropped by Warner Independent after the studio doubted its commercial prospects, would go on to gross over 0 million worldwide, win Best Picture at the Academy Awards, and make international stars out of leads Patel and Freida Pinto.It would be hard to match that kind of explosive feature debut, and for the next several years, only the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel cinematic universe films would come close to that early critical and box office success. But Patel came roaring back with Lion, the true-story drama that would earn him a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nom, with the film itself ultimately in the running for Best Picture. The Certified Fresh Hotel Mumbai and Personal History of David Copperfield followed, and now Patel is getting career-best review write-ups for A24 s Arthurian jam, The Green Knight.Read on to see all Dev Patel movies, ranked by Tomatometer!
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Fan Favorite TV Shows 2019November 12, 2019 will go down in history as the day “Baby Yoda” took over the internet. Disney+ launched with Star Wars series The Mandalorian, and Chapter 1 revealed “The Child” – a 50-year-old baby of the same species as deceased Jedi Master Yoda. Creator Jon Favreau had kept the show’s secret star tightly under wraps – all fans knew was that Pedro Pascal of Game of Thrones and Narcos fame would appear as the titular Mandalorian, along with costars Gina Carano, Carl Weathers, Nick Nolte, Ming-Na Wen, Giancarlo Esposito, and Werner Herzog. And when eager Star Wars fans discovered the gift Favreau had in store for them at the end of the premiere episode – spoilers be damned! – they were going to share their joyful first impressions of the tiny green babe. “I would die for Baby Yoda!” fans gleefully exclaimed – then immediately began arguing with other fans about using the “Baby Yoda” nickname and complaining that they couldn’t buy a Child stuffed toy in time for Christmas. This is what a cultural phenomenon looks like, and Disney reaped the benefits to the tune of almost billion in revenue for the quarter of the streaming service’s launch. No surprises that it won the Fan vote, coming out on top after 42,000 votes were cast. Season 2 is expected in October 2020, and stores will begin deliveries on plush toy preorders in late May.The order below reflects the number of total votes cast for each TV show by users in a poll that ran on RT from January 9 to February 16.« Previous Category Next Category »
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3.64.5 2月喜迎Tracking services took another hit this weekend, though maybe not as sharp as the one that Warner Bros. got. After all they were relying on the optimism that their Harley Quinn film was going to live up to the expectations that box office watchers had based on the awareness of their advertising. The result is a number that looks decent in a rather downbeat start to 2020, but is far from what anyone associated with the project wanted looking forward.King of the Crop: Birds of Prey Tops Weekend, but Disappoints(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)For weeks Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) was being touted for an opening in the million range. That would be in the Shazam!/Green Lantern range for DC properties and was already subject of some concern for the reported million production. Word-of-mouth and international sales were going to be essential to making the film a hit with 0 million worldwide the magic number to begin having that conversation. If the film were able to follow the paths of those two other films, it could have ended up in the 6 million–0 million range domestically and probably cross its profit margin with no issue. But at least part of that journey may be over right from the get-go.A .25 million start for Birds of Prey puts it in a rather precarious position. Only a third of the films opening in February between million– million have crossed the 0 million line: Get Out, Identity Thief, The Lego Movie 2, and Just Go With It. The writing was seemingly on the wall Friday morning. While some were touting million in Thursday previews as a solid start, all one had to do was look at the films grossing that specific amount to suggest Birds was off to a rocky start. The two R-rated films with that start — Annabelle: Creation ( million opening) and Blade Runner 2049 (.75 million) — a prequel and sequel from WB finished with 2 million and million, respectively. (The PG-13 films opened between million–75 million.)The film could still be saved by its international release, however. Last year, Shazam! grossed over 4 million overseas, and that is the lowest showing for a DC property since 2011 when Green Lantern only accumulated an additional 3 million internationally. Birds of Prey debuted with million overseas.
mperial March” – though the effect of Newman’s sometimes jazzy, sometimes rousing music is far less hair-raising. In fact, the music of Toy Story is total comfort food during these trying times, particularly the first Toy Story’s opening flourish, “Andy’s Birthday,” which will shoot you straight back to a buttery-smelling movie theater circa 1995, to the first time you saw this computer-animated marvel. (“Sid” on the other hand may give you those Darth Vader vibes; skip it.) The sung songs on these soundtracks are a treat – “You’ve Got a Friend In Me” will keep you smiling, while you can turn to Toy Story 2’s “When She Loved Me,” performed by Sarah McLachlan, if you just feel like having a good cry. You know, the kind you have when you’re watching a Pixar movie.Listen when: It’s 3pm, you have a few hours of work left, and you need a solo pick-me-up. – MearesTron: Legacy (2010) 51%(Photo by ©Walt Disney Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection)Composers: Daft PunkDirector Joseph Kosinski already had a daunting task before him when he agreed to helm a sequel to a beloved cult classic, but he made things just a bit easier on himself by recruiting possibly the most fitting composers for the film: Daft Punk. The legendary French electronic duo – who, unsurprisingly, admitted the original Tron was a big influence on them – relied on a mix of traditional orchestral compositions and some that blended strings and horns with synthesized elements and their trademark arpeggios to create a propulsive, otherworldly sound. Their work goes a long way toward establishing the mood and tone of the film, and considering they started working on the score even before the film entered production, it s incredible how well it fits the dark cyberpunk aesthetic. Daft Punk being who they are, the Tron Legacy soundtrack got a lot of attention, and while audiences may argue about the quality of the film itself, the music remains one of its undisputed high points.Listen when: You need some epic music while you fish in Animal Crossing. – FujitaniAmÃ©lie (2001) 89%(Photo by Courtesy the Everett Collection )Composer: Yann TeirsenThe accordion-heavy music that playfully scored Jean-Pierre Jeunet s Oscar-nominated film Amélie has, in the almost 20 years since the movie s release, become synonymous with Paris and particularly Montmartre, the cobblestoned neighborhood where most of the story takes place. French musician Yann Tiersen earned wide international acclaim for his work – and a César Award, and a BAFTA nomination – but would go on to later say that the fame Amelie gave him was something he resented; he would be forever linked to the quirky French hit. His score, despite his feelings, is iconic for a reason, providing a sonic fantasy land that, back in 2001, allowed a pixie-like waitress to find her happy ending, but today can take the listener anywhere they want to go. Perhaps you will take a moment in these times to fantasize about slow walks on the Seine with your one true love.Listen when: Noshing on something French – crepes and Nutella are easy enough – on a Zoom date with your boo. – ColeyOldboy (2003) 81%(Photo by Tartan Films/courtesy Everett Collection)Composers: Choi Seung-hyun, Lee Ji-soo, Shim Hyeon-jeongSouth Korean director Park Chan-wook s twisty and twisted revenge thriller is rightly revered as a genre standout that helped put the country s contemporary cinema on the world map. Its pulpy narrative, stylish direction, and one-take hallway fight sequence get all the attention, but the film wouldn t have had the same impact if it weren t for the score, composed by Choi Seung-hyun, Lee Ji-soo, and Shim Hyeon-jeong. While the more propulsive, electronic pieces may sound a little dated, the moody orchestral numbers feel like they ve been ripped from some elegant, forgotten film noir; listen to Kiss Me Deadly, It s Alive! , The Big Sleep, or any of the score s melancholy waltzes for starters. Oh, and in case those titles didn t clue you in, most of the original compositions are named after other movies, many of them film noirs themselves, which is a nice extra detail for movie buffs.Listen when: You need to blow off some steam after a long day working from home – or you re trying to solve the mystery of those undelivered Amazon packages you ordered. – FujitaniThe Farewell (2019) 97%(Photo by Casi Moss, courtesy of A24)Composer: Alex WestonThe score for Lulu Wang’s incredibly moving The Farewell is an aspect of the movie that I think gets too often overlooked; recall some of the film’s most memorable moments – the family slo-mo walk, the driving away in the cab at the end – and you’ll see how important the musical choices were for making them stand out. Alex Weston’s compositions feel unapologetically classical, even operatic – the wordless vocals throughout come courtesy of tenor Mykal Kilgore – and yet they also feel inherently Eastern, an apt sonic effect given the themes of the film. A departure from most of the music, and a standout track, is soul singer Elayna Boynton’s cover of Leonard Cohen’s “Come Healing.”Listen when: The crushing anxiety of all that is happening starts seriously stressing you out. Or when rearranging the bookshelf. – MearesColumbus (2017) 97%(Photo by ©Superlative Films/courtesy Everett Collection)Composer: HammockHammock is a Nashville post-rock band that composes long, unhurried ambient songs without vocals or drums. Columbus is a quiet movie about two lost strangers (John Cho, Haley Lu Richardson) who meet in the Ohio town and bond over its surprising modernist architecture. By any measure, the band and movie are far from mainstream in their respective mediums, but the two coming together for the original soundtrack is a thing of niche beauty. Across Columbus director Kogonada s pristine, meticulous shots and the building intimacy between the characters, Hammock s music is used very sparingly, so listening to the 16-song soundtrack is a true act of discovery for Hammock fans. The songs, per usual, are compact galaxies of swelling sound. They suggest stillness, composure, and reflection – the kinds of moods one might feel when studying architecture. Or observing the world around you. As long as you re looking up.Listen when: Dusk starts to settle in in and your work for the day is all done, or you re doing a spot of gardening. – VoCarol (2015) 94%(Photo by Wilson Webb/©Weinstein Company/Courtesy Everett Collection)Composer: Carter BurwellThe Oscar-nominated score for Todd Haynes haunting love story, Carol, is considered by many to be one of the best film compositions from the 21st century. The 40s-inspired score also provides the perfect soundtrack for quiet meditation in the age of COVID-19. For Carol, Carter Burwell composed delicate and teasing melodies with woodwinds, strings, and xylophones that will instantly help you get Zen-y. Like the fated lovers at the center of the drama (masterfully brought to life by Rooney Mara and Cate Blanchett), Burwell s chord progressions delay their resolution but find their home triumphantly in the end.Listen when: You need a moment of relief from your Baby Shark -induced headache (and the kids that instigated it). – ColeyIf Beale Street Could Talk (2018) 95%(Photo by Annapurna Pictures)Composer: Nicholas BritellTwo-time Oscar nominee Nicholas Britell’s most recognizable music might be his theme for HBO’s Succession, and while we certainly pay our respects to that antsy ditty – and the memes it inspired – it’s a little anxiety-inducing for our current moment. For something more soothing and just knock-your-socks-off gorgeous, Britell’s score for Barry Jenkins’ If Beale Street Could Talk is a wonderful blend of euphoria and melancholy that feels perfectly of its place and setting (Harlem, 1970s). It’s a lush strings-heavy score that follows the beats of the doomed love story the movie tells; listen to bonus track “Harlem Aria” to see what the score might have sounded like had Britell stuck with horns as the dominant instrument.Listen when: You re out on a socially distanced walk and really soaking in your surrounds. – MearesThe Last of the Mohicans (1992) 93%(Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp. )Composers: Trevor Jones, Randy Edelman, Dougie MacLeanThe story behind the score of Michael Mann s epic rendition of James Fenimore Cooper s 1826 novel is fraught with strife, which makes it all the more impressive that it turned out as incredible as it did. Mann initially asked composer Trevor Jones for an electronic score, but switched things up quite far into the production when they realized orchestral music would be more appropriate. Jones had to scramble not only to deliver an entirely new score, but also to keep up with the film s last-minute editing, and Randy Edelman was brought on board to help finish it on time. The end result, of course, is a dramatic, sweeping array of compositions that evoke the film s most emotional scenes. The film s main theme, Promontory, a reworking of Scottish singer-songwriter Dougie MacLean s The Gael, is instantly recognizable, but the star of it all is arguably the main title score. It s an ominous procession of drums, strings, and horns that erupts into an iconic refrain that s somehow heartbreaking and triumphant at the same time, and if it doesn t inspire you to fight for something – anything – then you might need to get your pulse checked.Listen when: You need extra motivation during your stay-at-home workout. –Fujitani
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You know within the opening minutes of Apple TV+’s Dickinson that creator Alena Smith and star Hailee Steinfeld aren’t interested in telling a story about your mom and dad’s poet. This Emily Dickinson swears like a sailor (“This is such bulls !” she says when told to fetch water before sunrise while her brother sleeps in); her personal soundtrack is filled out with hip-hop and Billie Eilish; and she’s in the midst of a secret lesbian affair with her best friend, Sue (Ella Hunt). “I truly felt like it was unlike
你画我歪ios是一款当下相当火爆的休闲趣味手游，在游戏中，我们将会感受和体验到全新的绘画的玩法，我们将会与很多个玩家一起进行绘制的挑战，首先由第一个进行绘画，表达出自己的意思，然后各个玩家轮流画，最后一个人需要猜出第一个画的是什么，相当有趣的体验。 (Photo by Andrew Cooper / © Columbia Pictures )Who will win?Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood (2019) 85%Who should win?Once Upon A Time is an audience (and office) favorite, but we’d love to see the HFPA honor one of the two socially conscious comedies in the category. Knives Out, Rian Johnson’s super critically lauded whodunit (97% on the Tomatometer), is so smartly constructed and well acted, it should rise above the “popcorn movie” label to awards contender. And Jojo Rabbit, while divisive, is also treasured by some as a one-of-a-kind blast of audaciousness; it’s also connected hard with fans, with a 95% Audience Score.Best Actress Motion Picture DramaWho will win?Renee Zellweger – Judy (2019) 82%Who should win?Renee Zellweger’s performance as Judy Garland has been hailed as electrifying ever since the Certified Fresh Judy premiered at Telluride, and we’re not going to argue: It’s a gutsy performance and an ideal comeback vehicle for the Oscar-winning Bridget Jones star whose own journey through Hollywood has shades of Garland s. She will and should win, though Charlize Theron, playing her own real-life-figure-with-some-press-issues in Bombshell, also stands a chance.Best Actor Motion Picture Drama(Photo by © Warner Bros.)Who will win?Joaquin Phoenix – Joker (2019) 68%Who should win? Experts are predicting Joaquin Phoenix will dance up the stairs, to the stage, and take out Best Actor – Drama for his deeply committed take on the Clown Prince of Crime. But, we simply can’t look past Adam Driver’s complete annihilation of the screen as one half of a crumbling relationship in Marriage Story for our pick in this category, closely followed by Antonio Banderas’s career-best work in Pedro Almadovar’s Pain and Glory, which nabbed him best actor honors at Cannes.Best Actress Motion Picture Musical or Comedy (Photo by Casi Moss, courtesy of A24)Who will win?Awkwafina – The Farewell (2019) 97%Who should win?The competition is tougher for actresses in the drama category, with most of the Oscar frontrunners parked there for the Golden Globes, leaving Comedy open to The Farewell’s Awkwafina. She’s more than deserving, but so is Emma Thompson, whose stellar work in Late Night – which lost some critical and awards steam in the space between its Sundance debut and mid-year release – we’d love to see recognized. Also, look out for Knives Out’s Ana de Armas, whose wide-eyed but savvier-than-she-seems Marta grounds the much-loved film.Best Actor Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Who will win?Taron Egerton – Rocketman (2019) 89%Who should win? The HFPA loves a Brit, and a rising star, and Taron Egerton gives one of those absolutely-everything performances in Rocketman that will have folks seeing him as more than simply Eggsy from now on. But… we have to go with Eddie Murphy’s career-best work – and what a freaking career! – in Dolemite Is My Name for our in-a-fair-world pick.Best Supporting Actress Motion Picture(Photo by Kristin Callahan/Everett Collection)Who will win?Jennifer Lopez – Hustlers (2019) 87%Who should win? Margot Robbie is completely transformed in Bombshell. Laura Dern out-Renatas herself in her fabulous Marriage Story turn. And Florence Pugh – who isn’t nominated, but should have been – gives us an Amy March for the ages in Little Women. But superstar and mogul J-Lo did more than just remind us she’s a talented actress in Hustlers, she lit up the screen unlike just about anyone else – man, woman, mad Titan – this year. A deserved win.Best Supporting Actor Motion Picture(Photo by © Columbia Pictures)Who will win?Brad Pitt – Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood (2019) 85%Who should win? We could watch Brad do his thing for another three hours (shirt on or off) – he s that good. But for our money, Joe Pesci, back on screens after almost a decade, is just that little bit better in The Irishman. As Russell Bufalino, he s all quiet menace, and steals the show from under (the also excellent) Pacino and De Niro.Best Director Motion Picture(Photo by Dominique Charriau/WireImage)Who will win?Bong Joon-ho – Parasite (2019) 98%Who should win? The Bong Hive – that vocal group of online fans who ve embraced the director with the fervor of an early 2010s One Direction fan – will have reason to celebrate Sunday, and deservedly so. With Parasite, still at 99% on the Tomatometer, Bong Joon-ho did the near-impossible: created a stateside stir with a foreign film. Surprising, thrilling, hilarious – Parasite is not eligible for major film categories, and here is where it will get its justice. Unless, that is, the epicness of The Irishman or technical wizardry of 1917 dazzle the HFPA enough to cause an upset.Best Screenplay Motion PictureWho will win?Marriage Story (2019) 94%Who should win? Hard to argue with Noah Baumbach s deeply personal, beautifully observed, and very, well, wordy divorce tale taking home the prize. But we think Bong Joon-ho s bracing, inventive, and richly allegorical Parasite would be the (slightly) more deserving choice.
沙巴体育365在线 From Walt Disney Animation Studios comes a new princess-driven fantasy adventure with a focus on Southeast Asian representation and heavy themes involving a sentient plague and trust issues among humans. And it’s action-packed and full of laughs, too. Raya and the Last Dragon is receiving rave reviews for its ambitious ideas, stunning visuals, and impressive thrills, all of which will entertain audiences of all ages, whether on the big screen or streaming at a premium price on Disney+. But is it another instant classic from Disney with immediately beloved characters and iconic storytelling?Here’s what critics are saying about Raya and the Last Dragon:Does Disney have another animated classic on its hands?Disney has done it again. Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesAnother huge win for the studio. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comOne of Disney s most breathtakingly beautiful endeavors yet. Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects[It’s] the best animated Disney film since Moana. Brandon Katz, ObserverRaya and the Last Dragon has all the makings of a modern Disney classic. Molly Freeman, Screen RantIs the story a familiar one?The narrative skeleton is, if anything, even more generic, and also a reminder that the generic has its pleasures. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesDisney on autopilot is still pretty good. Robert Daniels, The Playlist[It’s] a tribute to Disney’s patented style of timeless, grand and immersive storytelling. But it’s also a pioneering picture, embracing timely, compassionate sentiments on our contemporary culture. Courtney Howard, Fresh Fiction(Photo by ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Are there any comparable films it recalls?If Moana, Tangled, Mulan, Abominable and Big Hero 6 had a child…you’d get Raya and the Last Dragon. Christie Cronan, Raising WhasiansLike 2016 s Moana and 2009’s The Princess and the Frog, the film stands apart, through fresh voices and cultures, while still embracing universal truths and ideals. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsIn its expansive world-building and aesthetic variety, Raya and the Last Dragon most viscerally conjures up the experience of watching a Star Wars film. Dan Rubins, Slant MagazineThe film the feel of a condensed Tolkien epic — a Lord of the Rings-light quest that takes Raya throughout Kumandra to accomplish her mission. Peter Debruge, VarietyHow is the animation?Raya and the Last Dragon is a technical triumph in every possible facet, simply just eye candy from start to finish. Sean Mulvihill, FanboyNationSome of the best visual work of Disney’s 3D era. Environments are jaw-droppingly impressive, reflecting a lived-in world that’s mythology and culture inform its architecture. Jacob Oller, Paste MagazineYou ve never seen [water] animated so exquisitely…from water droplets to nautical travel to the epic beauty of a character leaping from one raindrop to the next, it is extraordinary. Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects(Photo by ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)What about the performances?It s Tran s movie and she excels in the lead role as Raya. Molly Freeman, Screen RantTran imbues Raya with both a tenderness and a steely determination, making the character one of the more fascinating Disney princesses in a long time. Sean Mulvihill, FanboyNationTran’s pitch-perfect performance makes organic even the heavier character beat. Inkoo Kang, Hollywood Reporter[Raya is] a well-rounded, complex character, much of that hinges of the emotion Tran delivers through her performance. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comAwkwafina as Sisu is a bit over-the-top, and that’s what makes me laugh. Tania Lamb, Lola LambchopsAwkwafina is a gifted comic actor, but she’s no Robin Williams or Eddie Murphy. Peter Debruge, VarietyDoes the movie have great side characters?An enormous pill bug named Tuk Tuk… seems destined for ‘season s hottest toy’ status. Angie Han, MashableSisu just isn’t special enough to gain entry to the Disney character hall of fame… [she] looks weird, like someone stuck a plastic My Little Pony head on a floppy feather-boa body. Peter Debruge, VarietyI could’ve done without the [light-fingered toddler from Talon], which caused a fresh flare-up of post-Baby Geniuses stress disorder. Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times(Photo by ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)How respectful is the Southeast Asian representation?Detail in the faces of the two rivals and Sisu in her human form… suggest something of the diversity in facial features among a group of people often stereotyped as all looking the same. Inkoo Kang, Hollywood ReporterFrom the tone and texture to the shine and glow – Raya and the main characters did not have that fake yellow skin, but a better representation of olive skin tone. Christie Cronan, Raising WhasiansThe specific pan-Asian details — a bowl of shrimp congee, a price paid in jade pieces — are amusing even when they brush up gently against stereotype. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesRaya‘s vision of diversity doesn’t feel as satisfying as a more culturally specific story like Pixar’s Coco, which found universality within its specificity. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmWill action fans be satisfied?When it comes to the action sequences, Raya and the Last Dragon breaks new ground… taking cultural fighting styles and bringing them to life via animation. Sheraz Farooqi, ComicBook DebateI seriously can’t speak highly enough about tense combative frames, as each swashbuckling sequence holds precision akin to live-action features. Matt Conway, Battle Royale With CheeseThe face-off between Raya and Namaari delivers a thrilling set-piece that any action film would love to claim as its own. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsFull of chases and elaborate style action sequences that would make Indiana Jones blush… the fight scenes are simply jaw-dropping, full of energy and oomph. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmRyan FujitaniIs it funny?Don’t worry. There’s lots of levity, between the sequence that features color bomb farting fireflies and Sisu’s comedic, Genie-esque antics. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionHall and Estrada’s jaunty direction pairs nicely with Nguyen and Lim’s wonderfully smart script to add plenty of humor to an otherwise dark story. Kate Erbland, IndieWireThere’s a strain of wacky comedy that feels more in line with an early 2000s DreamWorks movie. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmWhen your gag is done better by the dopey penguins in the Madagascar movies, you know it’s run its course. Jacob Oller, Paste MagazineWill it move you?Raya and the Last Dragon is so rooted in emotion, that this motley crew is capable of kicking up big laughs and more than a few tears. Kate Erbland, IndieWireThere were many moments that I sat crying, and others where I cheered on Raya and her unlikely crew. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyThe swelling emotional finale may elicit tears or eyerolls depending on your point of view (definitely the former for me). Brandon Katz, ObserverDoes it teach any valuable lessons?This animation speaks to themes of unity we are in dire need of learning right now, and it does it in the most powerful way, by wrapping the truth up in action and sweetness. Sherin Nicole, idobi.comTrust is a key theme in Raya and the Last Dragon, as evident in how often it s mentioned, and it s a lesson we could all stand to hear, see, and practice more often. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsThere are certainly worse lessons a movie could impart under present circumstances, and the filmmakers ponder it here with disarming sincerity and seriousness. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesIf any movie can restore faith in humanity again, this is it. Christie Cronan, Raising Whasians(Photo by ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Does it have any problems?If there is anything to fault in this movie it would be the lack of songs. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyThis film desperately lacks the kind of soaring, iconically open-hearted sequences that made revered classics like The Lion King and Mulan stand the test of time. Matt Conway, Battle Royale With CheeseThe film doesn’t flow so much as lurch from one big set-piece to the next, raising significant logic questions along the way. Peter Debruge, VarietyRaya and Sisu’s friendship never fully develops. Akin to The Fifth Element, Raya treats Sisu more as a weapon. One that needs to be hidden rather than as a living creature. Robert Daniels, The PlaylistIs it OK for younger viewers?There are some scary moments that may frighten little ones, especially with the Druun, which is a dark mist-like monster. Tania Lamb, Lola LambchopsThe Druun is scary — it moves quickly and is quite ominous…some sensitive ones might really be taken aback by it. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyI would compare the violence easily to that of Moana, Tangled, or the animated Mulan. Very easily digestible for little kids. Christie Cronan, Raising WhasiansWill it leave you wanting more?It feels almost a pity when the movie ends and we have to say goodbye to the whole gang before we got to see them do still more fun stuff. Angie Han, Mashable[It’s] a property with plenty of future storytelling potential. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comRaya and the Last Dragon is in theaters and available as a premium rental on Disney+ on March 5, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.