bob体育在线网页采用百度引擎0（Baidu 6）(Photo by Gaslight - The Everett Collection)Our Classic Film Catch-Up feature connects you with classic films to put on your watchlist – beloved favorites and hidden gems alike. With more time at home, there s no better opportunity to finally watch these titles that helped define cinema as we know it.In the RT comments, many of you have shared how you re catching up on classic films during the pandemic, and we happen to agree that now is the perfect time to increase your classic film viewing. Many of you are stuck at home, so, why not?Concentrating on films released before 1980 (both well-known titles and hidden gems), we re producing new guides to essential classic films curated by theme, filmmaker, actor, genre, or style – all for your classic catch-up needs. Want to see our picks for the best French farces? How about a curated list of Fresh picks from Alfred Hitchcock, Peter Sellers, or Billy Wilder? As well as curating watch lists, we re breaking down the films, telling you where you can watch them, and giving you some more recent and/or well-known films the classics might remind you of so you can gauge which movies are right for you.This week in the Classic Film Catch-Up, because we all go a little mad sometimes, we re focusing on films that chronicle the slow descent to insanity. From the works of Wilder to Hitchcock and Scorsese, madness has been the cornerstone of some of the greatest moments in the history of cinema. You ve likely already spent time with Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver, Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard, and Jack Torrance in The Shining, so we have left those iconic films off our list in favor of lesser-known gems.Some titles on this list have cult-like followings, while others are less popular entries from the filmographies of iconic filmmakers like David Lynch, and Akira Kurosawa. Either way, they re sure to thrill and disturb – so watch at your peril.Got another favorite classic film about madness you d add to our list? Have a suggestion for a future theme or classic film to feature in the column? Let us know in the comments. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962) 92%What is it? Two aging child-star sisters are trapped in a decrepit Los Angeles mansion clinging to past glories, mutual hatred, and growing co-dependency.Why you need to see it: Joan Crawford and Bette Davis s decades-long feud is the stuff of Hollywood legend, so much so that they dedicated an entire season of award-winning television to it. A centerpiece of the limited series Feud: Bette and Joan is the filming of Oscar-winner Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?. For her showy turn as Baby Jane, Betty Davis scored her 10th Oscar nomination, but Crawford gave as good as she got as the paraplegic Blanche. Baby Jane begins the film resentful of her sister, with delusions of an imminent comeback, and she ends the movie in the midst complete psychotic break, thinking a crowd of beach-goers staring aghast at her depravity are adoring fans. In a performance that rivals Gloria Swanson in Sunset Boulevard, Davis showed yet again why she was one of the greatest actresses in the history of Hollywood.Watch it if you like: Grey Gardens, Greta, Hush, Sunset Boulevard, Network, Birdman, Feud: Bette and JoanWhere to watch: Rent or buy on FandangoNOW, Vudu, Amazon, Google Play, and iTunes.I Live in Fear (1955) 75%(Photo by The Everett Collection)What is it? An older man goes to great lengths to move his family to South America as a way to avoid a nuclear attack.Why you need to see it: A man fearful of a global crisis goes to extreme lengths to keep his family safe that doesn t sound familiar at all. Kiichi Nakajima (Toshiro Mifune) is a man so fearful of a nuclear attack on Japan he becomes fixated on the idea of moving his family to Brazil, and his family, in turn, becomes increasingly disturbed by his bizarre proposal; Kiichi s family s dismissal of his fears and attempts to have him committed only to increase his anxiety about nuclear fallout. Later on in the film, however, the audience is forced to ponder the question of which is more insane: fearing a nuclear blast or ignoring the risks and not preparing for it. Visionary director Akira Kurosawa s first film after his epic masterpiece, Seven Samurai, I Live in Fear is a departure for the master of Japanese epics but endures as a compelling and though-provoking thriller that will have you questioning the line between paranoia and prudent preparation.Watch it if you like: 10 Cloverfield Lane, Take Shelter, It s a Disaster, The Book of Eli, It Comes At Night, A Quiet PlaceWhere to watch: Stream now on Kanopy and Criterion Channel.Eraserhead (1977) 90%What is it? A nerd-like protagonist with a very peculiar hairstyle faces a number of horrifying obstacles while trying to complete the most menial tasks.Why you need to see it: Explain Eraserhead? It would be easier to explain a rainbow to someone without sight. The groundbreaking horror film follows Henry, a peculiar man with a jaw-dropping hairstyle, as he s hit with disturbing challenges at every turn and eventually nosedives into delusion. Henry s journey is a tough watch but worth it to appreciate the artistry. Auteur director David Lynch went to extraordinary lengths to complete his debut film – even going as far as sleeping on the set – but regrettably was rewarded with mostly negative reviews for his avant-garde and experiential body horror film. Variety wrote that the mind boggles to learn that Lynch labored on this pic for five years, but some contemporary critics and audiences praised the nightmarish black-and-white film. A true cult classic, Eraserhead is required viewing for any cinephile looking to expand their brag-worthy watchlist.Watch it if you like: Gummo, Mulholland Drive, Twin Peaks, Mandy, The Wicker Man, Suspiria, VideodromeWhere to watch: Stream now on HBOMax, Kanopy, and Criterion Channel.M (1931) 100%(Photo by The Everett Collection)What is it? A thriller that follows the manhunt, capture, and trial of a child serial killer.Why you need to see it: Listed as one of the Great Movies by film critic Roger Ebert M is widely considered silent film director Fritz Lang s masterwork. Documented as the first film to marry character themes to film scoring, the serial killer thriller employs many silent film techniques to elevate its haunting imagery and limited dialogue. In another film in which the descent into madness is a short ride, our main character, the child-murdering serial killer Hans Beckert (Peter Lorre), is established as insane from his first introduction but proceeds to drift further after his capture and trial. Banned by the Nazis after taking power in 1933, the film was not widely viewed until the 1960s when it was re-evaluated as a landmark achievement in cinema. It remains 100% Certified Fresh on the Tomatometer.Watch it if you like: Metropolis, Prisoners, The Silence of the Lambs, Zodiac, Psycho, Nosferatu (1922), Shutter IslandWhere to watch: Stream now on HBOMax, HooplaDigital, Kanopy, and Criterion Channel.A Woman Under the Influence (1974) 90% (Photo by The Everett Collection)What is it? A housewife on the verge of a breakdown and her husband struggle to maintain their family as they deal with the crippling effects of her mental illness.Why you need to see it: If by chance your only exposure to Gena Rowlands is The Notebook and your only knowledge of Peter Falk is as Columbo, do yourself a favor and watch A Woman Under the Influence. Rowland pitched the idea of a contemporary drama about the plight of women to her husband, director John Cassavetes, and the result is one of the filmmaker s finest efforts. Falk and Rowlands performances as a married couple brought to their knees when the matriarch s illness renders her unable to function are equally delicate and devastating. Influence builds subtle tension with Rowlands fall into a manic psychosis, and manages some biting social commentary about gender roles in the family and marital expectations as it does. A hit at the box office, it also garnered Oscar nominations for both Rowlands and Cassavetes – an appreciated result as Cassavetes had mortgaged the family home to finance the picture.Watch it if you like: Klute, 20th Century Women, Revolutionary Road, Girl Interrupted, Ordinary PeopleWhere to watch: Stream now on HBOMax and Kanopy. Rent or buy on Vudu or Amazon.Gaslight (1944) 88%What is it? An opera singer marries a charismatic man who then subjects her to psychological torture.Why you need to see it: Don t you want to see the film that sparked the slang? Gaslighting has become a common word in the pop-culture lexicon – see the Chicks latest album – but few know that the term for repeatedly saying untruths to make someone feel like they re going insane derives from this remake of a 1940 film, in which a woman is driven insane by her husband repeatedly telling her lies in an effort to steal her fortune. In her Oscar-winning performance, Ingrid Bergman subtly deteriorates on screen from the calculated torture of her husband, played by Charles Boyer. After one viewing, you might think twice when your significant other contradicts something you said.Watch it if you like: A Beautiful Mind, Invisible Man (2020), Funny Games, Unsane, The Lodge, A Cure for WellnessWhere to watch: Stream now on IndieFlix. Rent or buy on FandangoNOW, Vudu, Amazon, Google Play, and iTunes.The Ruling Class (1972) 83% (Photo by The Everett Collection)What is it? A paranoid schizophrenic becomes an Earl in the British aristocracy.Why you need to see it: A relatively light-hearted departure from the other entries on our list, The Ruling Class uses madness as a counterpoint to the insanity of the British aristocracy and inherited power. Peter O Toole stars as the insane son of a British nobleman who inadvertently inherits a peerage. An institutionalized paranoid schizophrenic with a Messiah complex, O Toole s character delves deeper into insanity fueled in large part by the institutions around him refusing to acknowledge he s unfit to rule. The satirical black comedy was a commercial flop, but – as is the case with many films on our list – found an adoring audience and cult-like status in later years.Watch it if you like: Black Swan, We Need to Talk About Kevin, The Madness of King George, Observe and Report, Barton FinkWhere to watch: Stream now on HBOMax, Kanopy, and Criterion Channel.
Dark, the first-ever German series produced by Netflix, just released its third and final season and, more importantly, won our recent bracket competition to crown the best original Netflix series. So if you’re a fan of the time-traveling mystery series and you ve already checked out that other Netflix sci-fi hit it s often compared to, Stranger Things, here are five more titles Rotten Tomatoes has picked out for you, presented by Naz Perez, that will hopefully brighten — or darken — your next few binge sessions. Venice International Film Festival 2019 ScorecardAaaaand here comes awards season 2019, as Venice stages the 76th iteration of its film fest, mere days before the Toronto International Film Festival, as a presage of the industry campaigning mayhem in the coming weeks and months. This year s Venice Film Festival boasts a number of big ticket premieres, including the so-serious Joker, James Gray s Ad Astra, Noah Baumbach s Marriage Story, and opener The Truth, from Hirokazu Kore-eda. Will these and the rest of this year s selections have the same cultural impact as previous Venice premiere highlights of this decade, like Roma, The Shape of Water, Black Swan, or Arrival? Maybe Joker if the fickle arthouse crowd shows up at the box office.Epilogue: Joining the likes of Alfonso Cuarón, Andrei Tarkovsky, Agnès Varda, Guillermo Del Toro Todd Phillips! His Joker nabs the Golden Lion, an incredible win for a provocative genre film. With that, see every movie at Venice this year that got a Tomatometer!
Dexter fans got a first look at Michael C. Hall as the returning serial killer this week. HBO Max conjures up a new pricing tier that doesn t include the big theatrical premieres of the summer, but does include ads. Updates on the John Wick, Saw, and American Psycho TV series, and more of the week s biggest news in TV and streaming.TOP STORYShowtime Releases New Teaser for Returning Series DexterDexter fans got their first look at America s favorite revived serial killer in a teaser video for the series return released by Showtime. Michael C. Hall revisits his famous role for a new season set for fall. The series ran for eight seasons, concluding in 2013 with a much-maligned final season (it has a 33% score on the Tomatometer, compared to the show s Certified Fresh 96% first season). Many see this revival as a chance at redemption for the character and the series, which also starred Jennifer Carpenter, C.S. Lee, David Zayas, James Remar, Luna Lauren Velez, Desmond Harrington, and Julie Benz.HBO Max’s New Ad-Supported Version Will Offer TV Shows and Movies – Except for Those Same-Day Theatrical Releases – For .99/Month(Photo by Jessica Miglio/©Warner Bros. Entertainment)The good news: if that .99 per month fee has stopped you from signing up for HBO Max and all The Sopranos and Big Bang Theory episodes your heart desires, the streaming service’s new, ad-supported option, which will cost .99 when it launches in June, may make for a more classic TV-packed summer. Even better: though the ads will be sprinkled through the HBO Max specific programming, the service isn’t going to add them to programming that originated on HBO, i.e. Game of Thrones, Sex and the City, The Wire, etc.Now to temper your excitement a bit: that cheaper, ad-supported option of an HBO Max subscription will not include the streamer’s same-day release of theatrical movies. Meaning, when The Suicide Squad hits theaters and .99 ad-free HBO Max on August 6, the .99/month subscribers will be seeing … well, not The Suicide Squad. Not on that day, anyway.WarnerMedia hasn’t announced specifics of how long subscribers to the ad-supported version of HBO Max will have to wait to see new theatrical releases on the service, but in the meantime, you’ll have all those episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm and Rick and Morty to keep you entertained.Lionsgate TV Boss Talks Upcoming John Wick, Saw, and American Psycho TV Entries(Photo by Lionsgate)Lionsgate Television chairman Kevin Beggs, in an interview with Deadline, talked about the company’s future plans, which includes the John Wick spin-off series The Continental at Starz, which will be a prequel about how the hotel for assassins came to be.He describes the first season as unfolding like three 90-minute events, sort of like a limited series. Ian McShane, the movie’s Continental founder, Winston, won’t appear on screen, though McShane has suggested he might be doing voiceover for the series, which will revolve around a 1970s version of Winston. Keanu Reeves, Beggs says, may sign on as an executive producer of The Continental.Meanwhile, Beggs also confirmed an American Psycho series is in development, and that there are conversations happening about the possibilities of a Saw TV series.NEW TRAILERS: Jean Smart Is a Las Vegas Comedy Superstar in HacksJean Smart stars Hacks as Deborah Vance, a legendary Las Vegas comedian whose manager pairs her with an entitled twentysomething comedy writer (Hannah Einbinder) when Vance’s place on the Strip is threatened by a plan to bring in younger-skewing audiences. Also stars Kaitlin Olson, Christopher McDonald, and Rose Abdoo. Premieres May 13. (HBO Max)More trailers and teasers released this week:• Power Book III: Raising Kanan is the second Power spin-off, this one a prequel unfolding the backstory of 50 Cent’s Kanan character. Stars Mekhi Curtis, Omar Epps, and Patina Miller. Premieres July 18. (Starz)• Nine Perfect Strangers is a miniseries starring Nicole Kidman as the director of a wellness retreat that seems to be making its stress-relief seekers, well, more stressed. The drama is based on the book of the same name by Big Little Lies author Liane Moriarty, and also stars Melissa McCarthy, Michael Shannon, Samara Weaving, Regina Hall, Luke Evans, and Bobby Cannavale. Premieres later this year. (Hulu)• Master of None season 3, subtitled Moments in Love, focuses on Denise (Lena Waithe) and her partner Alicia (Naomi Ackie), and the ups and downs of marriage and their struggles with fertility. Series creator Aziz Ansari directs. Premieres May 23. (Netflix)• Domina is the eight-episode miniseries, filmed in Rome, that follows the extraordinary rise of Emperor Augustus Caesar’s third wife, Livia Drusilla (Kasia Smutniak), and all the exploits, affairs, and battles for political clout that surrounded the power couple who sat at the heart of the Roman Empire. Also stars Matthew McNulty, Tom Glynn-Carney, Claire Forlani, and Isabella Rossellini. Premieres June 6. (EPIX)bob体育在线网页哈喽，大家好呀，我是小彤呀。小彤最近迷上了一款超级可爱的手游——疯狂酋长。这是一款回合制策略手游，那小彤今天就给大家介绍一下这款游戏里的一个玩法吧。
Which decade from the last 40 years had the fetchest high school movies? (We’re going to make this happen.) That’s what we’re deciding in a very special episode of Vs. that’s slowly walking down the stairs armed with warm apple pies, blaring boom boxes, and an occasional break of the fourth wall. How exactly, though, can you compare a decade like the 1980s, which gave us everything from Say Anything… to Ferris Bueller’s Day Off to a decade like the 2010s, with its whip-smart Lady Bird and adventurous Dope? RT Contributing Editor Mark Ellis has a way… four ways in fact. In this episode of Vs. he compares each decade’s high-school movie output based on Tomatometer and Audience Scores, box office performance, memorable moments and characters, and one wild card round to declare which 10-year stretch is the movies’ equivalent to your high school’s Prom King, Valedictorian, or that ultimate hero: The Person Dating a College Guy.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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tended editions: 20 hours 30 minutes; Theatrical cuts: 17 hours and 12 minutes.Starts with: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012) Ends with: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) Best way to watch: Some would argue the second trilogy – though the first by story chronology – from Peter Jackson was an unnecessary and bloated cash grab that should be avoided at all costs, but we have a better suggestion. We suggest you begin with the LOTR animated film from 1978, which will give you all the events of the films in a quicker and to-the-point format. Then, if you are compelled to see the best of The Hobbit live-action series, we would say check out the standard edition of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, which is the best of the three. We would also suggest you try to watch the extended editions of the original live-action LOTR series – they are more than worth it for the extra content. This recommendation would make for a shorter, 16-hour watch, which could be broken up easily over two days. Where to watch: FandangoNOW (Discount Bundle), Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, GooglePlay. The Two Towers and The Lord of The Rings: The Return of the King standard editions are streaming on Netflix.Marvel Cinematic UniverseWhat is it: The 23-film saga that chronicles the epic adventures of various superheroes, based on the comics first distributed by Marvel and its subsidiaries. How many hours: 50 hours and 3 minutes.Starts with: Iron Man (2008) Ends with: Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) Best way to watch: Not surprising for a franchise that grossed over billion at the global box office, but Marvel Studios 23-film, decade-long opus is quite watchable as is. Some folks would have argued in 2010 that Avengers: The Age of Ultron is a skippable mess, but as we detail here, it is essential viewing to truly appreciate the first four phases of the saga that culminated with Avengers: Endgame. Sorry for those looking for a shortcut, but watching it all is worth it. Viewing all 23 movies straight through, without breaks, however, is not the way to do it.Instead, we suggest you go in release order and complete each day as follows: day one after Avengers; day two after Ant-man; day three after Black Panther; and finish on day four with Spider-Man: Far From Home. If you ve previously watched the MCU and are looking to watch it in a new way, use our guide here to watch in chronological order based on the events of each film. If the thought of 50 hours of superheroes is still too intimidating for you, but you want to understand enough to get by, watch these character introduction films (Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, Black Panther, Captain Marvel, Ant-Man, Guardians of the Galaxy) and these team-up films (Civil War, Winter Soldier, Avengers, Ultron, Infinity War, Endgame). Once you have finished that, check out our Oral Histories of the MCU, in which the directors, producer, and casting director who worked on the epic franchise break down all the behind-the-scene secrets.Where to watch: FandangoNOW, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, GooglePlay. All of the films save The Incredible Hulk and the Spider-Man films are streaming on Disney+. The Avengers: Infinity War and The Avengers: Endgame are streaming on Netflix; and Captain America: The First Avenger, The Avengers, and Thor are streaming on Amazon Prime.Die Hard FranchiseWhat is it: Follow John McClane, a police detective who seems to be a magnet for maniacal criminals no matter which city/structure he is in, and proves to be a tough man to kill.How many hours: 10 hours and 14 minutes.Starts with: Die Hard (1988) Ends with: A Good Day to Die Hard (2013) Best way to watch: The original Die Hard is so beloved that many argue it s the greatest action film ever made – or maybe the greatest Christmas movie, but that is a debate for another day. The film and its follow-ups have a loyal fanbase, and though the second and third entries pale in comparison to the first, we still say they re worth a watch. The fourth film, Live Free or Die Hard, is a true return to form and, frankly, it s where you should stop unless you are a true completist. The series most recent film, A Good Day to Die Hard, is the only PG-13 entry on the list, and without McClane s iconic Yippee-ki-yay, motherf ker, there s really no point pushing play.Where to watch: FandangoNOW (Discounted Bundle), Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, GooglePlay. Die Hard and Die Hard with a Vengeance are streaming now on CinemaxGo; Live Free or Die Hard is streaming on the Starz app.The Fast Furious FranchiseWhat is it: Follow Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his crew, which he calls his family, as they shift from illegal street-racing criminals to heist experts and then finally emerge as a new crime-fighting unit that tackles the world of espionage.How many hours: 15 hours and 57 mins. Starts with: The Fast and the Furious (2001) Ends with: Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019) Best way to watch: As Dom and everyone in the Fast franchise says – quite often – this is about family. So, if you re looking for something to skip, it s hard to imagine who you d want to kick out one of the family – though, let s be honest, 2 Fast 2 Furious is definitely not Dad s favorite. Without Vin Diesel, that entry can barely call itself a Fast and Furious movie, and the 2009 series soft reboot, Fast Furious, is not much better and an easy call to skip, as well. We would caution against skipping third entry Toyko Drift; its charms are significantly more than its 37% Tomatometer score would suggest (something we wax about in our book Rotten Movies We Love). Not to spoil anything, but when we finally get Fast 9 in 2021, you ll need to have seen Tokyo Drift to understand everything fully – check out #JusticeForHan after you finish the series, and you will understand. Where to watch: FandangoNOW, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, GooglePlay. Hobbs Shaw and Fast Five are streaming on HBOnow; Fast 6 is streaming on FXnow.Rocky FranchiseWhat is it: Follow Philly underdog boxer-turned-champion, Rocky Balboa, as he battles various fighters in the ring, as well as his own issues outside of it, and later trains the next generation of champions.How many hours: 14 hours and 55 minutes. Starts with: Rocky (1976) Ends with: Creed II (2018)Best way to watch: This one s real simple: trust us and skip Rocky V. Just pretend it didn t happen; we re pretty sure Sylvester Stallone did. Where to watch: FandangoNOW (Discount Bundle), Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, GooglePlay. Rocky Balboa is streaming on the Starz app; Creed II is streaming on Hulu and Amazon.Harry Potter / Wizarding World FranchiseWhat is it: The franchise based on JK Rowling s phenomenally successful novels follows the adventures of Harry Potter, an orphan-turned-famed wizard, the evil He Who Must Not Be Named, and the Wizarding World they inhabit.How many hours: 24 hours and 6 minutes. Starts with: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) Ends with: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) Best way to watch: As this is a British series, allow us to put this as politely as possible: Fantastic Beasts is simply not quite on form. The first entry is saved by Eddie Redmayne and mesmerizing magical effects; the second entry is the first and only Rotten flick from the Wizarding World and very skippable at this stage. The original seven films are near perfect, but if you wanted to pass over The Chamber of Secrets you wouldn t miss much – you won t be too confused later in the series. (Though if watching as a family, this is one the kids tend to like.) If you follow that suggestion, you can finish the entire series in one day.Where to watch: FandangoNOW (Discount Bundle), Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, GooglePlay. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is streaming on HBONow.X-Men Franchise
(Photo by Marvel Studios)As WandaVision enters into its final moments, answers come in abundance. Well, provided Wanda s (Elizabeth Olsen) memories are correct, of course. And while her guide through past traumas may not be all that benevolent, confronting those incidents may be beneficial in the end.Or, perhaps, the fear of what Wanda could be is just too much for some to handle. Either way, Wanda has a new title to deal with on top of her unresolved griefs. And though Vision (Paul Bettany) may have tried to reframe what grief is, it s still going to take a superhero therapist to help Wanda through it all.Is Agatha Harkness (Kathryn Hahn) applying for the job?Before we can answer that question, let s take a look at the answers WandaVision finally offered this week for some added insight.Spoiler Alert: This article reveals details from WandaVision episode 8 “Previously On.” Stop here if you have not watched the episode.The Hex Was Wanda s DoingDebbie DayOnce Agatha revealed herself last week, it was tempting to wonder if the entire Hex was part of her spell. The Darkhold — if that book in her basement is The Darkhold — has to potential to power something on the scale of Westview. But it turns out the Hex is genuinely Wanda s creation. In fact, the ability to spontaneously keep it running is what compelled Agatha to Westview in the first place.In terms of a Marvel Cinematic Universe plot, that understanding is important because it means Wanda is still ultimately in control of the thing and will have to answer for it at some point. But perhaps more important than the legal challenges she may face in the future is the revelation that all the imagery within Westview was her choosing.As we learned this week, the Maximoff family was learning English via DVD box sets of American sitcoms. Young Wanda s (Michaela Russell) father Olek (Daniyar) amassed a collection ranging from I Love Lucy to Malcolm in the Middle. And though he seemed to be selling the lot for the sake of the family, he hid the series set of The Dick Van Dyke show in the wall because it was Wanda s favorite — her favorite episode is itself a love letter to television. That appreciation of sitcoms comes from one of the most benign forms of American imperialism: the export of old television. Sadly, one of the worst aspects of imperialism comes crashing down on the family shortly thereafter: some Stark Industries bombs.In a curious twist, though, it turns out the second bomb Wanda and young Pietro (Gabriel Gurevich) thought to be a dud was altered to fail by Wanda s incipient powers. The magic was always within her.And considering the flashback to Agatha s witch trial in 1693, it is entirely possible she wants that power for herself.The TV Shows Really Mattered to WandaBeyond her Sokovian childhood, the TV shows continued to matter as they offered Wanda an out in troubled times. Dick Van Dyke will always represent the before time, but now we see The Brady Bunch is tied to her time with Hydra — an anti-freedom terrorist organization, as Agatha put it.Although, by taking us back to Hydra, WandaVision offers us a new spin on things: joining up was Wanda s attempt to avoid grieving for her parents. Instead of doing that, she hoped to change the world with a bunch of fascists because they also had beef with Stark. It s certainly bad judgement on her part, but it is interesting to note how she evades her misgivings, particularly after her encounter with the Mind Stone, with a Brady Bunch episode about whopping misunderstandings.Similarly, she turned to Malcolm in the Middle after Pietro s death and, subsequently, to Vision to avoid dealing with the grief. Although, it is interesting to see the first inklings of their relationship in this context. Wanda says the Avengers campus is the first home they shared, but the scene itself is still from early in their time there. At that point, they lived in separate rooms and Wanda often reminded Vision about her boundaries. Also, we couldn t help but notice the way she bossed him around and his own trepidation around her. Granted, Vision was still quite a young lifeform trying to learn all of humanity s complexities via Wanda at that point and is clearly deferring to the person with more experience.And, yet, he seems to understand a philosophical aspect of grief that Wanda does not because she cannot deal with her traumas. Somehow, that makes him the perfect companion.We re going to assume Family Ties and Modern Family also became her go-to shows after other events. The commercials in previous episodes seem to recount the traumas — the beeping on the Stark toaster mirroring the beeping of the Stark ordinance — so perhaps, the Keatons helped Wanda after the mess in Lagos (as depicted in Captain America: Civil War).Modern Family appears to be the odd show out as the Nexus commercial has nothing to do with Thanos or Vision s death. Maybe it was Agatha s choice since she added the false Pietro (Evan Peters) — Fietro, if you will — by that point. If so, that may be a clue to her endgame.Wanda Built Her House Atop the Ruined Shell of AnotherWe also learned Westview, New Jersey, is, in fact, real despite the Eastview sheriff denying it to Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Paris) and Jimmy Woo (Randall Park). Based on Wanda s drive through town after her visit to S.W.O.R.D. — more on that in a bit — we get the impression it suffered greatly from the Blip. In fact, that economic devastation seemed so severe that the return of all the people lost five years earlier offered the town no solace. The people seemed as broken as Wanda herself.And then comes the most heartbreaking revelation: Vision bought them the plot at 2800 Sherwood Drive so they could grow old together.Sadly, though, there is no house at 2800; just the suggestion of one. It was the final blow to Wanda s wounded psyche and we empathize with her utterly. Also, from Agatha s point of view, it was the moment Wanda came into true possession of her powers. Overcome with grief, her magic transformed Westview in a Dick Van Dyke suburb, the plot into a home, and conjured a new Vision from magical matter. It s an gangbuster scene both in terms of the raw emotion and what it tells us about Wanda s powers.But let s back up to S.W.O.R.D. as it pertains to the new Vision.The timeline is a little fuzzy, but we re going to assume Wanda visited the S.W.O.R.D. base a handful of days after the final fight in Avengers: Endgame. There, she learned Director Hayward (Josh Stamberg) and S.W.O.R.D. techs have been dismantling Vision because it is their legal and ethical obligation to recreate the most advanced sentient weapon ever created. Or, at the very least, maintain custody of the billion worth of vibranium in his corpse. It is a gruesome way to regard someone as gentle as Vis, but it is entirely in keeping with what we know about Hayward — in fact, it underscores the first lie he told the S.W.O.R.D. field team and viewers some weeks ago.After facing the dismantled Vision, Wanda seemingly processed that shock and left without the pieces of him. But in episode 5, Hayward showed the field team video of Wanda taking Vision s body. Some always suspected the footage was doctored and it turned out to be the case. Hayward always had Vision. This explains why the New Vision started to disintegrate as he tried to leave the Hex. It does not explain, however, how Hayward was able to track him within its borders.Now that he has seemingly resurrected the original Vision, we still have to wonder about his true aim. Perhaps, like Agatha, he seeks to possess Wanda s seeming ability to warp reality. But it is also possible he sees bigger opportunities in that power beyond sentient weapons. Then again, he may be blind to a wider vision (sorry) and just wants Wanda to power a Synthezoid army.Oh, but we should mention that he is convinced Wanda can resurrect Vis before the Hex. Why would he even suspect that?Meanwhile, it is devastating to think Vision was so convinced he and Wanda would be able to live together peacefully that bought a plot of land in suburban New Jersey. Similarly devastating: She will have to face off against his icy-looking reanimated corpse next week.What Is Agatha s Endgame? And What Is A Scarlet Witch?(Photo by Marvel Studios)Although she is strangling Billy (Julian Hilliard) and Tommy (Jett Klyne) and wearing a full evil witch costume, there is still the possibility that Agatha s true purpose at the end of this episode is, ultimately, beneficial. The entire trip through Wanda s memories forced her to see all the ways she s avoided grief and how it led to the Hex. Then there s the statement about a Scarlet Witch being dangerous and a figure of myth.Which leads to the question: What is a Scarlet Witch? The term seemingly has no other significance beyond Wanda s comic book history, so the show may be creating a new idea here with Wanda and her Chaos Magic. If that is the case, Agatha will need to give us another exposition dump next week to understand its significance. But, for the moment at least, it indicates the hue of Wanda s power actually matters. We ve always suspected the red energy she commands tied her to the Reality Stone despite her powers seemingly emanating from
手游LOL目前上线的英雄并不多，因此不少玩家都在催促拳头赶快多上线一些英雄。而近日，据黑大帅在直播中爆料的事儿来看，手游LOL很快就要迎来新英雄了。黑大帅是一名职业选手，他效力的战队是TOT战队。相信大家都知道，自从手游LOL上线之后，国内便有不少人开始组建起职业战队了。而TOT战队就是其中一支，TOT战队的创始人是灵药，灵药这个名字相信LOL的玩家应该都不陌生，他曾经是一名端游LOL选手。 (Photo by Marvel Studios)Name changes are a key part of superhero comics. Spend enough time reading them and you will see as many as four or five characters take the same name — sometimes simultaneously! And as The Falcon and the Winter Soldier draws to a close, we see another name change baked into the story and the credits. It is probably the conclusion everyone expected, but thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, the series did not wind up completing all of its mission objectives.Oh, and what s all this about Sharon Carter s (Emily VanCamp) old division coming back online?Let s take a look at the final episode of the series to see where it soared, crashed into the Hudson, and teased further Marvel developments.Spoiler alert: The following reveals details of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier episode 6, “One World, One People.” Stop here if you have not watched the episode.One World, One People(Photo by Marvel Studios)And like so many well-intentioned young people on a crusade, the Flag Smashers plot just puttered out. Reportedly, the series was meant to go in a slightly different direction before the pandemic with Karli (Erin Kellyman) getting her hands on a viral agent and using that as part of her extortion for a good cause plan. But the production shutdown forced the series to abandon that storyline entirely in favor of her kidnapping the GRC oversight council (although, it is possible both plans were in play). The thinness of that exchange is palpable even if it led to some good scenes with Sam (Anthony Mackie) debuting his new gear, Bucky (Sebastian Stan) saving people, and even John Walker (Wyatt Russell) proving he can be heroic.In terms of the geopolitical themes Karli brought to the table, though, the series seemingly backed away from them. Sure, Sam brought her underlying message to the GRC council and managed to get some positive movement in that regard, but it may be a little too pat for the complexity of the issues; something both the senator and Sam seem to acknowledge. For the moment, the repatriation plan is off and borders across the world will remain open. The GRC will presumably switch its efforts to helping the returned find their place in the world.At the same time, the global issues the series brushed upon are not as simple as stopping a Mad Titan, and we hope a subsequent series (or even the Captain America 4 feature film reportedly in development) will come back to these ideas. For one thing: the strife these tensions cause could easily be exploited by, say, the unquestioned ruler of Latveria to position himself as global superpower.Then there s Karli herself, who seemed to be headed down the supervillain path. Even her team of Super Soldiers started to doubt her methods. It would ve been interesting to see her make the movement more of a cult of personality. But maybe it is better for the Flag Smasher to be an idea than any one person. Provided, of course, Marvel follows up on the idea. That s Not Black Falcon, That s Captain America (Photo by Marvel Studios)But for all those interesting global issues, the series really revolved around Sam s emotional journey to accepting the Captain America identity. From the financial struggles Black people face on the regular to the way they are used and tossed aside by the military, the series constantly introduced reasons why Sam might not want to wear the U.S. Flag on his chest. And while not all of the points land as successfully as the others — sometimes you just need Isiah Bradley (Carl Lumbly) to just tell you why things are bad — touching upon these issues is important for both the audience and Sam as a character.For just about any would-be superhero, accepting another s legacy is tough. In Sam s case, it s an even bigger ask as Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) was the epitome of the white American ideal; something he mentioned himself in his speech after the GRC attack. Just in terms of physicality, Sam is not that. But then there s also the moral certainty Steve possessed. Some of that came from a privilege Sam will never know and as the show acknowledges, plenty of people from across the racial spectrum will never accept him as Cap. That will always be a factor in Sam s decision making and it makes for a markedly different Captain America.(Photo by Marvel Studios)Perhaps, though, that was always the real point of the show.Meanwhile, it was great to finally see Sam in the suit. Clearly based on the design featured in the Marvel Comics universe from 2014 to 2017, it is a fine adaptation of Sam s bird costume with the stars and stripes. Also, Bucky ordering the suit from Wakanda suggests the wings are vibranium and creates another interesting dimension if the Wakandans felt comfortable wrapping Sam in the American flag. Beyond the racial implications, there is also the issue of colonialism in play. Well, it s there if you want to look for it.But the real defining Captain America moment for Sam was his speech. For the first time since Steve saw him leading that veterans group in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Sam could finally speak with certainty. And though it is easy to read it as the naivete he s exhibited off-and-on throughout the series — and as we already discussed, it lead to a pat resolution — sometimes things just need to be plainly said. And it s clear that Sam s way of speaking won over some people, starting with the first GRC soldier to call him Cap, even if Sam will continue to face opposition from all sides in the years to come.Nevertheless, as the ending title card states, Sam Wilson is Captain America.Zemo s Endgame(Photo by Marvel Studios)While this aspect of the series may not be to everyone s liking, there is something immensely satisfying in seeing Zemo (Daniel Brühl) accomplish his modest goals. It s possible he had more to do in the pre-pandemic version of the series, but there is something really quite nice in a Marvel villain wanting one or two things, doing them, and then retiring to the Raft. Far too often, these characters play four-dimensional chess, and Zemo s direct and simple objective is refreshing.It is always possible, of course, that he has some larger goal in mind. The bombing of the transport containing the other Super Soldiers still feels consistent with his stated goals, but it does leave a question: why didn t he target Walker and Bucky for destruction?Maybe the play here is safety. He is more secure on the Raft than dodging the Dora Milaje out in the open. And as we ve seen, he can execute a plot from just about anywhere. But if his great cause is to eliminate all the superheroes, he still has a lot of work to do.Power Broker Watch: Episode 6 Edition(Photo by Eli Adé. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved.)Likely shocking no one, Sharon is the Power Broker. The revelation, provided by Karli, may not have been as epic as some might have hoped, but it leads to a few thought-provoking questions about Sharon as a character. First among them: what really caused her to break bad? From her own account, it seems to stem from the fallout of Captain America: Civil War and the aid she gave Steve, Sam, and Bucky. But considering her comments at the end of the stinger scene, she seems purely motivated by profit. And even then, there s Karli s comment that Sharon wants to run the world. As with all the previous evidence for and against Sharon being the Power Broker, her motivation is still unclear.Unless, of course, Sharon is a Skrull.Here us out: the Power Broker s main objective is to get hold of advanced tech — even biotech like the Super Soldier Serum — for the purpose of selling it to bad actors on the global stage. But what if the real intention behind that is to soften the defenses of all the Earthly players as a prelude to the Skrull invasion? We know it s coming. And to do the Secret Invasion plot properly, characters already have to be switched have to be switched out for Skrull agents. Sharon, as the Power Broker, seems like a prime candidate.It does make you question her effectiveness as a spy if viewers keep seeing her hand before Marvel Studios feels compelled to reveal it, though.(Photo by Marvel Studios)Oh, and speaking of spies, isn t interesting that the senator at her pardon hearing mentioned her old division coming back? If you ll recall, Sharon was working for the CIA during Civil War, but was previously an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. Which of those acronyms literally contains the word division? Since we re always looking for confirmation of S.H.I.E.L.D. s status, hearing this mention of the old division has us intrigued. Is Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) back in charge? Or will Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. s Mack (Henry Simmons) finally make his proper MCU debut?Admittedly, we re jumping to a huge conclusion here, but Sharon s own glee at getting access to prototype technology — whether for profit or for Skrull business — suggests the agency is back in some form.Did Bucky Really Do the Work?Debbie DaySo while we re pleased that Bucky finally Yori (Ken Takemoto) the truth about his son, we wonder if he really did the work required of him? The scene ends ambiguously and though we get the subsequent shot of Yori at the sushi place, it is unclear if Bucky was of any service to him. It was the thing Sam prescribed last week and yet, we don t see it. Of course, we never really get Yori s reaction to the revelation, either — anger would be an expected response — so it is all a muddle.Then again, what reaction would be appropriate? Quick forgiveness would feel as pat as the GRC s response to Sam s speech and the (justifiable) anger would be a little too melodramatic at this point in the narrative. Nonetheless, with Sam setting up the notion of service last week, we need to see it.Or, perhaps, that s why the ending title card still credits Bucky as The Winter Soldier. The work is not done even if Bucky left Steve s book finished in Dr. Raynor s (Amy Aquino) office. But considering the series was really about Sam s emotional journey, maybe Captain America 4 or a subsequent season of Captain America and the Winter Soldier will focus more on the things Bucky still needs to do in order to be absolved.The Contessa, The Agent, and The Falcon(Photo by Chuck Zlotnick. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved.)Getting Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s energy into the MCU as Contesssa Valentina Allegra de la Fontaine may be one of the series most important moves. Though we ve only seen her in two scenes, her perspective on the Marvel world is welcome thing. But there is still plenty of mystery around her. After her first scene, we suggested she might be working for Fury, but her continued aid of Walker — and the U.S. Agent costume she gives him — leads us more toward the Commission on Superhuman Activities; the group Walker answered to in the comics while he was Captain America. They were more focused on U.S. concerns and objectives and that seems to align with what the Contessa has said so far. Well, at least in as much as she gave Walker his new name, which screams USA first! even louder than Captain America.Again, it s still possible she s in league with Fury. Although Walker still possesses a questionable mental state, he acquitted himself well this week and having a Super Soldier to throw against the Skrull invasion is in Fury s best interests. Also, we have to admit, Russell is a welcome presence in the MCU even if Walker vacillates between good soldier and absolute turd. Much like how we ll never forget that Zemo is an aristocrat, we re never going to forget Walker s lies and instability.Also, there are forces besides the U.S. government and Fury who would love to co-opt him for their own designs (Photo by Marvel Studios)But, finally, we want to mention the next Falcon. Although Joaquin Torres (Danny Ramirez) mainly ran tech support for Sam in this series, his comic book counterpart swiftly took on the Falcon persona once it became available. And considering Sam left his old wings with Torres, it is likely we ll see the Falcon fly again before too long. And as the MCU has precious few Latinx superheroes, giving him a spotlight would be a huge step. Also, considering how much we liked him the first episode, we definitely need more Torres.The full season of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier can now be streamed on Disney+.
bob体育在线网页 bly worth tuning in. Gunn will be answering fan questions about the reboot, and the panel description states that the members of Task Force X (i.e. The Suicide Squad) will join for a fast-paced, no-holds-barred Squad Showdown that tests every team member’s Squad knowledge — and survival skills. What that means is anyone s guess, and while no names are listed in the description itself, we know that Margot Robbie, Idris Elba, Alice Braga, John Cena, Pete Davidson, and Nathan Fillion are scheduled to show up, among others (and they re in the trailer).The Snyder Cut of Justice League(Photo by DC Entertainment)When: 2:30 pm (PT)Length: 25 minutesThe fans who clamored for the mythical Snyder Cut of Justice League are finally getting their wish, as the purest version of director Zack Snyder s film is scheduled to premiere on HBO Max in 2021. With that in mind, Snyder will answer fan questions and welcome a few surprise guests likely at least Gal Gadot and Ezra Miller, both of whom have panels before this one.The Flash (TV)(Photo by DC Entertainment)When: 2:54 pm (PT)Length: 16 minutesOne of only two TV-specific panels that were moved to the Hall of Heroes presentation after FanDome was split into two days, The Flash panel will feature executive producer Eric Wallace and stars Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Carlos Valdes, Danielle Nicolet, Kayla Compton and Brandon McKnight as they reminisce over Season 6 and look ahead to Season 7. In addition, they ll also preview a sneak peek at the black-and-white noir-themed episode Kiss Kiss Breach Breach, which was supposed to have run as part of Season 6 before the pandemic hit. It should be noted that this panel has been dramatically shortened to 16 minutes to fit into the Hall of Heroes schedule, so we may not get everything described above on August 22, but it looks like the full 40-minute presentation will be broadcast on September 12.Black Adam(Photo by DC Enteratinment)When: 3:10 pm (PT)Length: 15 minutesWe re finally getting the Black Adam movie in 2021 or we expect to get it in time for Christmas, anyway and star Dwayne Johnson will be doing a Q A session to give fans a taste of what his first comic book superhero movie will look like. The description for the panel also mentions a few surprises, so we may get some info on how the film may tie in to Shazam! (more on that movie below).Titans (TV)(Photo by Warner Bros.)When: 3:50 pm (PT)Length: 15 minutesThis is the second television series, along with The Flash, that was deemed worthy to move from its original placement in the WatchVerse module to the prime Hall of Heroes lineup, so that already hints that the panel will deliver something special for the fans. However, also like The Flash, the length of the panel has been cut down from its original 30-minute slot in order to fit here, but when it resurfaces on FanDome s September 12 broadcast, we ll get the whole shebang. With all of that said, the panel is set to include stars Brenton Thwaites, Anna Diop, Teagan Croft, Ryan Potter, Conor Leslie, Curran Walters, Joshua Orpin, Damaris Lewis, with Alan Ritchson and Minka Kelly as they talk about the upcoming third season and possibly unveil a premiere date.Aquaman(Photo by Warner Bros.)When: 4:05 pm (PT)Length: 10 minutesSure, Aquaman has been out for a couple of years now, so a retrospective look at the film may not be the most earth-shattering thing on your list. That said, director James Wan and co-star Patrick Wilson will be on hand for a brief look back at the world of Atlantis with some behind-the-scenes material, and that could potentially lead into some new info or some sort of a teaser for either Aquaman 2 (due out in 2022) or the horror-themed spinoff The Trench (reportedly due out sometime before Aquaman 2), both of which are in active development right now.SHAZAM!(Photo by DC Entertainment)When: 4:40 pm (PT)Length: 10 minutesLike Aquaman, Shazam! has already come and gone from theaters, but unlike the panel for that film, the description for this one specifically teases that star Zachary Levi and co-stars Asher Angel, Jack Dylan Granger, Faithe Herman, Meagan Good, and Mark Strong will discuss what the next movie might be about, along with surprise guests. Again, this could all point to the eventual Black Adam/Shazam! crossover everyone is expecting.The Batman(Photo by @mattreevesLA)When: 5:30 pm (PT)Length: 30 minutesThe primetime evening slot goes to Matt Reeves The Batman, possibly the most anticipated film of the event, if only because we ve gotten a fair amount of detail about Wonder Woman 1984 but still don t know a whole lot about the latest iteration of the Caped Crusader. Reeves will be joined by FanDome host Aisha Tyler to talk about the upcoming film, and while the description mentions a surprise (or two), we know that Robert Pattinson is supposed to show up at some point, so there could be some big reveals in store.DC FanDome s Hall of Heroes presentations begin at 10:00 am (PT) on Saturday, August 22. Click here for the full schedule.Thumbnail images by DC Entertainment