America's Sweethearts (2001) 32%(Photo by Courtesy the Everett Collection)Did You Know… Julia Roberts reportedly turned down the lead role (which went to Catherine Zeta-Jones) to play the supporting role.Roberts plays: Kiki, assistant to her mega-star sister Gwen (CZJ), whose estranged actor husband Eddie (John Cusack), is falling in love with Kiki.Meet Cute: Alas, none – Kiki’s already well acquainted with her brother-in-law.Best Line: “That woman you saw by the pool, that woman you just have to spend the rest of your life with… that was me.”Memorable Sidekick: None, but Billy Crystal as a seasoned, world-weary Hollywood publicist named Lee Phillips has the role in spirit.Romantic Obstacle: Will Kiki’s sister will really let her take her man?Wins Boy? Yes.Runaway Bride (1999) 46%Did You Know… Eight years before the film’s release, Roberts was a runaway bride in real-life, ditching actor Kiefer Sutherland at the altar.Roberts plays: Maggie, a small-town woman whose penchant for leaving grooms at the altar draws the attention of big-city newspaper columnist Ike (Richard Gere).Meet Cute: Ike inquires about Maggie in a beauty parlor.Best Line: “There is a distinct possibility I am profoundly and irreversibly screwed up.”Memorable Sidekick: Maggie’s sharp-tongued friend Peggy Flemming (Joan Cusack). “Not the ice skater,” she tells Ike.Romantic Obstacle: Fear of commitment.Wins Boy? Yes.Pretty Woman (1990) 64%(Photo by Courtesy the Everett Collection)Did You Know… The script was originally written as a dark drama titled Three Thousand, in which (horrors!) Roberts’ character died in the end. Somehow, director Garry Marshall re-imagined it as a modern-day Cinderella.Roberts Plays: Vivian, a prostitute who (as in the original script) accepts ,000 for a week as an escort to billionaire corporate raider Edward (Richard Gere).Meet Cute: A lost Edward asks Vivian for directions on Hollywood Blvd.Best Line: “You and I are such similar creatures, Vivian… we both screw people for money.”Memorable Sidekick: Vivan’s pal Kit (Laura San Giacomo).Romantic Obstacle: It’s a business transaction, after all Wins Boy? Yes.My Best Friend's Wedding (1997) 73%Did You Know Roberts was not the first choice to be the lead – it was first offered to Sarah Jessica Parker, who was already committed to Sex and the City.Roberts Plays: Julianne, a food critic trying to break up her best friend Michael’s (Dermot Mulroney) wedding to young Kimmy (Cameron Diaz) because she’s in love with him.Meet Cute: None – they’ve already met.Best Line: “Shut up! Now I love this man, and there is no way I m gonna give him up to some two-faced, big-haired food critic!”Memorable Sidekick: George (Rupert Everett), Julianne’s unflappable gay pal.Wins Boy? No (but she wins anyway, with a graceful wedding toast to the bride and groom).Notting Hill (1999) 83%Did You Know Roberts told Vanity Fair she was anything but enthused when she first got the script (but before she read it). “How boring,” she told her agent. “How tedious—what a stupid thing for me to do.” Luckily, she felt a little better once she read the script.Meet Cute: Anna walks into William’s bookstore on Portobello Road.Best Line: “I’m just a girl. Standing in front of a boy. Asking him to love her.”Memorable Sidekick: Rhys Ifans as Spike, Grant’s wacky Welsh roommate, the kind who flexes his biceps to paparazzi in his underwear.Romantic Obstacle: Anna’s moody movie-star boyfriend Jeff (an un-credited Alec Baldwin).Wins Boy? Yes.Notthing Hill was released in theaters in the U.S. on May 28, 1999.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. 随着手机游戏的盛行，很多传统的端游爱好者也在随着互联网的智能变化中开始向移动端手游这一玩法上靠拢，其中就不得不提到我们在玩游戏中接触到的AI手游了，它就是在传统的端游玩法中所衍变出来的新兴手游玩法，与此同时AI手游所拥有的游戏品类范围更广，玩法也更加的多元化，能从不同的游戏切入点中找到适应众多玩家需求的游戏品类。因此也受到了众多玩家的追捧。
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City of God is kinetic and visceral. The active camerawork is gorgeous. City of God really did try to find those moments where we can pause and view these characters without any judgment. No character in City of God is black-and-white. There are moments when, even though we know some of these dudes are ruthless killers, they show us little hints that showcase their youth and make it clear to us that they re still 16-, 17-, 18-years-old at the end of the day. One scene in particular I remember is Li l Zé. He was this ruthless overlord, but he gets turned down at that dance party. And you just see his face where he s smiling at first, and then you just see the embarrassment wash over him. Oh my God! Literally everyone in the world knows that moment; everyone in the world knows what it s like to get rejected. But considering that we ve seen this man brutally kill people at this point, I think it s so interesting how the filmmaker also never intended for you to judge those characters. But he also never wanted to give a romanticized view of their life. He wanted you to fully understand how difficult and horrifying some of those realities can be. City of God is a masterpiece.Really quick though, I also want to take the time, and give a special mention to Ava DuVernay s work. Ava makes the most culturally important work of our time as a filmmaker. 13th is what taught the entire world that we re essentially living in a re-engineered version of slavery. Ava is committed to promoting awareness. Outside of her being an extraordinarily talented filmmaker, she makes incredibly formative and culturally impactful work. I just want to shout her out as well.
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January has come and gone, bringing us one legitimate Best Picture contender (1917), one surprise hit (who knew Bad Boys for Life would actually be good?), and a handful of duds, which is pretty much par for the course at this time of year. As we enter the month that celebrates romance, Black history, and American presidents, the movie slate doesn t look like it s going to set the world on fire, but there s still a few notable titles to consider. We ve got the latest DC Comics movie, for starters, and a Cannes Film Festival winner, a video game-based adventure, a children s movie based on a classic novel, and a horror remake. But what did RT users and our fans on social media vote to the top of the list? See below for the most anticipated movies opening in February.1. Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) (2020) 79%3,681 Want-to-See Votes#1 pick by our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter fansOpens February 7Margot Robbie sheds the Suicide Squad for her own marquee film sort of as she takes center stage as Harley Quinn in this DC Comics adaptation. Here, she and her cohort of fierce lady friends (played by Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, and Rosie Perez) take on a Gotham City crime lord (Ewan McGregor) who s out to get a young girl named Cassandra Cain (Ella Jay Basco). This movie racked up the most Want-to-See votes by far and rocketed to the top of all of our social polls as the most anticipated film of the month, and early word on social media has been overwhelmingly positive. We ll see if the film retains that heat when it opens the first week of February.2. Sonic the Hedgehog (2020) 63%1,650 Want-to-See Votes#2 pick by our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter fansOpens February 14Remember when the first trailer for Sonic the Hedgehog premiered and the internet did a collective spit-take at the inexplicably malformed character design? Remember when the studio then backtracked and redesigned Sonic to match the original character more closely? Whether or not it was all a clever marketing ploy (all press is good press, right?) to convince nostalgic moviegoers that the people behind the film were on their side, it s resulted in a fairly healthy anticipation for the film, which finds the blue speedster an alien from another planet teaming up with his newfound human bestie (James Marsden) to take on a gleefully unhinged Jim Carrey in the form of the original game s classic nemesis, Dr. Robotnik. This one also unanimously took second place in all of our social polls and earned the second-most Want-to-See votes on RT.3. Portrait of a Lady on Fire (2019) 98%1,252 Want-to-See Votes#3 pick by our Twitter fans, #4 pick by our Facebook fans, #5 pick by our Instagram fansOpens February 14Sure, the top two vote-getters in February are broadly marketed Hollywood fare, but if there was any doubt that RT users are a diverse group who flock to all sorts of films, this should help alleviate some of it. Earning a spot in the top five in all of our social polls, as well as the third-most Want-to-See votes, is this French romantic drama from celebrated director Céline Sciamma that took home both the Queer Palm and the award for Best Screenplay at the Cannes Film Festival last year. The story follows an artist who is hired to secretly paint the portrait of a reluctant bride-to-be; as the two spend more time together, a growing attraction becomes apparent and threatens to upend both their lives.4. The Invisible Man (2020) 91%1,009 Want-to-See Votes#3 pick by our Facebook and Instagram fans, #4 pick by our Twitter fansOpens February 28H.G. Wells seminal science-fiction novel has been adapted or borrowed from on several occasions since its publication in 1897, most notably in 1933 as part of Universal Pictures stable of monster movies. Now, with the studio s desire to update their classic horror pictures (formerly as part of a Dark Universe ), we re getting a new version starring Elisabeth Moss as a woman who may or may not be imagining the unseen presence of her abusive ex, a brilliant scientist who apparently committed suicide but might have actually discovered a way to turn himself invisible instead. Encouraged by a fairly effective trailer, initially skeptical moviegoers have turned the corner to cautious optimism, making the film February s fourth-most anticipated title.5. The Call of the Wild (2020) 62%1,116 Want-to-See Votes#4 pick by our Instagram fans, #5 pick by our Facebook fansOpens February 21Speaking of celebrated literature brought to the big screen, our last entry on the list adapts a Jack London masterpiece with the help of modern technology. While previous iterations of The Call of the Wild were content to work with live St. Bernards, this film stars a computer-animated Buck alongside Harrison Ford as John Thornton, who encounters the canine hero after he s been dognapped from his domestic life in California and sold as a beast of labor in the Alaskan Yukon. This one made into the top five of our Facebook and Instagram polls, and it earned the fourth most Want-to-See votes of all movies this month.Thumnail image by Warner Bros. PicturesLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
梦幻西游服战时间 (Photo by Chadwick Boseman in Da 5 Bloods - Courtesy of Netflix)The New York Film Critics Circle announced the winners of their 2019 awards this morning on Twitter. Spike Lee s Vietnam War movie the Da 5 Bloods took home multiple honors, nabbing awards for Best Supporting Actor for Chadwick Boseman, Best Lead Actor for Delroy Lindo, and a special award for Director Spike Lee. A24 s First Cow took home the top honor of Best Film, Eliza Hittman s Never Rarely Sometimes Always was the critics pick for Best Screenplay and Best Actress, and NYC Film School alum Chloé Zhao was their pick for Best Director, marking the first time female filmmakers sweep the top three awards at NYFCC.The NYFCC Awards are chosen by a group of critics from daily newspapers, weekly newspapers, magazines, and qualifying online general-interest publications. Last year, The Irishman was the only film to garner multiple honors, nabbing awards for Best Supporting Actor for Joe Pesci and the main prize, Best Picture.Read through for the full list below, and if you re as obsessed with awards as we are, make sure to check out the complete Awards Leaderboard to keep up to date on the accolades bestowed on the best movies of 2019/2020 from the press, fans, and members of the film industry.Best Picture:First Cow (96%)Best Director:Chloé Zhao Nomadland (96%)Best Screenplay:Eliza Hittman Never Rarely Sometimes Always (99%)Best Actress:Sidney Flanigan Never Rarely Sometimes Always (99%)Best Actor:Delroy Lindo Da 5 Bloods (92%)Best Supporting Actress:Maria Bakalova Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm (86%)Best Supporting Actor:Chadwick Boseman Da 5 Bloods (92%)Best Cinematography:Small Axe Anthology (96%)Best Animated Film:Wolfwalkers (98%)Best Non-Fiction Film (Documentary):Time (99%)Best Foreign Film:Bacurau (98%)Best First Film:The Forty-Year-Old Version (98%)Special Awards:Spike Lee, Kino LorberAre you as obsessed with awards as we are? Check out our Awards Leaderboard for 2019/2020.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
KING OF THE CROP: ENDGAME MISSES ONE RECORD BUT APPROACHES ANOTHER(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel Studios)The Endgame is still strong. In just ten days it has passed 0 million, managing to do what it took James Cameron’s Titanic to do in 252. With nearly 0 million, the film is still million ahead of the pace of The Force Awakens. That is down from the 0 million lead it had after last weekend. Part of that is due to Avengers: Endgame only having the second greatest second weekend of all-time (5.8 million) behind Force Awakens’ 9.2 million. Marvel’s juggernaut also fell to third place on the all-time daily tallys for Monday and Tuesday on opening week and second place on Wednesday and Thursday (for non-opening days.) This weekend’s drop (59.2%) was in line with Age of Ultron’s 59.4% and Captain America: Civil War (59.5%) which is still rather impressive given it bested the all-time opening record by 0 million.Looking forward to next weekend, its haul will be expected to be somewhere between Black Panther’s .3 million and The Force Awakens’ .2 million Endgame could be in the realm of 5-823 million. Avatar’s final domestic gross was 0.5 million with a worldwide haul of .78 billion. Avengers: Endgame is now the second-highest grossing film ever with nearly .19 billion. The Force Awakens took 54 days to reach the billion milestone. Infinity War did it in 48 and Avatar in 47. Endgame opened internationally in 25 markets on Apr. 24, 2019 and achieved the goal in just 12 days.ROTTEN RETURNS: DOLLS UGLY INDEED, AND LONG SHOT MISSES BY A MILENormally this section is dedicated to just one movie, but this is a bad weekend for one struggling studio and a wake-up call for another. STX Films had a hit this year with The Upside, though that was a fortunate pickup from its original home at the Weinstein Co. That and Second Act (with Jennifer Lopez) were its only successes since 2017’s A Bad Mom’s Christmas. A million attempt to get into the animated game with Uglydolls (34%) is not going to help when it starts with just .5 million. Sure that’s better than Annapurna/United Artists Releasing got from Missing Link opening weekend but it’s less than Funimation received for Dragon Ball Super: Broly (.8 million) in January this year on just about a third of the screens as Uglydolls.However it is Lionsgate’s release of Long Shot that is far more troubling. At just million this weekend, the Charlize Theron/Seth Rogen romantic comedy is the lowest wide opening for the studio this year. Lionsgate’s successes as of late have been primarily because of their smallest budgets like Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral ( million budget / million gross), A Simple Favor ( million / million), Overboard ( million / .3 million) and Five Feet Apart ( million / .4 million). Compare that to the likes of Hellboy ( million / .7 million), Cold Pursuit ( million / .1 million), Robin Hood ( million / .8 million) and now Long Shot’s million budget.(Photo by Hector Alvarez / © Summit Entertainment)Since the days of Twilight and The Hunger Games, Lionsgate has struggled to find a place in the current state of the franchise wars, unable to even finish their Divergent series. While they have had some major success stories like La La Land and Wonder, decent franchise returns from Now You See Me and John Wick and even a few surprises like The Hitman’s Bodyguard (which is now getting a sequel) and Hacksaw Ridge, the post-Wonder overlook is one where the only + million opening with the Madea Funeral ( million) and their second best was Tyler Perry’s Acrimony (.1 million).Long Shot is the 7th straight non-Tyler Perry entry in the Lionsgate catalog to open wide and fail to to achieve an opening weekend of million. Robin Hood, Hunter Killer, and Hell Fest could not even do it in five days. Lionsgate had so much confidence in Long Shot that they moved it from the first week of June into the wake of Endgame in the hopes of being the Notting Hill to Fox s Phantom Menace, and it backfired spectacularly. Even with an 83% on the Tomatometer and critics praising it as one of the great surprises of 2019, Long Shot could go down as the biggest failure to market a Seth Rogen comedy since the Weinsteins couldn’t turn Zack and Miri Make a Porno into a success just months after Knocked Up grossed over 8 million. Long Shot opened to less than that Kevin Smith film.TOP TEN AND BEYOND: THE INTRUDER FALTERS WITH CRITICS BUT IS WELCOMED BY AUDIENCESThis week’s final newcomer, The Intruder, feels like a minor success compared to those two movies, besting Long Shot for second place with an million opening and all on an million budget. That’s more than Cold Creek Manor opened to in 2003 (.1 million) the film where Stephen Dorff played the previous owner of a house that terrorized Dennis Quaid. That got a 12% from critics here, while The Intruder got a score of 27%. So here’s to minor successes.As for major successes, Captain Marvel has just moved into 24th place for the highest-grossing domestic total of all-time. Shazam! is not nearly in its league, but with over 5 million worldwide, it s still a minor success for the DC Universe. That is more than the 8 million that Dumbo has accumulated to date, which, at the moment, puts the film in the red in the vicinity of Disney’s holiday bomb, The Nutcracker and the Four Realms.THIS TIME LAST YEAR: AVENGERS RULED, BUT FELL BEHIND ALL-TIMER PACE(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel Studios)The weekend prior, Avengers: Infinity War had the largest opening of all-time. This weekend it had the second-best second weekend of all-time with $4.7 million, bringing its total to 3.1 million as it already began to fall well off the pace of The Force Awakens. Counterprogramming was offered with the role-reversal remake of 1987’s Overboard which made .7 million for second place while Jason Reitman’s Tully was another acclaimed disappointment with Charlize Theron that was released in 1,353 theaters and made just .2 million. Also opening in just 34 theaters was RBG, which went on to become one of the most successful documentaries of 2018. The Top Ten films grossed 8.9 million and averaged 60.5% on the Tomatometer. This year’s Top Ten grossed 2.4 Million and averaged 59.6% with critics.ON THE VINE: CAN PIKACHU BEAT THE AVENGERS? SERIOUSLY, CAN IT?(Photo by @ Warner Bros. Pictures, @ Legendary)A Pokemon with the voice of Ryan Reynolds is going to try its best to knock back the Avengers in its third weekend. Is Detective Pikachu really going to be a force this summer or has its appeal window shortened as people found new games to play? 1964’s Bedtime Story with Marlon Brando and David Niven is getting another redux; you may know it better as Dirty Rotten Scoundrels with Steve Martin and Michael Caine. This year it is known as The Hustle with Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson. Last year’s Book Club turned into a little surprise hit for Paramount. This year STX is hoping for the same results with Poms starring Diane Keaton, Jacki Weaver, Rhea Perlman, and Pam Grier in a comedy about a retirement community that starts a cheerleading squad; a film that could have sleeper hit written all over it. But can STX pull it off?The Full Top 10: May 3-5Avengers: Endgame (2019) 94% – 5.8 million (6.69 million total)The Intruder (2019) 33% – million ( million total)Long Shot (2019) 81% – .02 million (.02 million total)UglyDolls (2019) 28% – .51 million (.51 million total)Captain Marvel (2019) 79% – .27 million (0.76 million total)Breakthrough (2019) 63% – .94 million (.22 million total)The Curse of La Llorona (2019) 28% – .50 million (.10 million total)Shazam! (2019) 90% – .45 million (5.19 million total)Little (2019) 46% – .47 million (.58 million total)Dumbo (2019) 46% – .43 million (9.70 million total) 不得不说，由于上线时间实在太晚的问题，LOL手游的含金量可能真没王者荣耀高，但伴随着LOL手游的后续更新，加上新英雄的推出，这两款游戏的运营难度、操作水平的区别，还有待观察一番，不知道你认为LOL手游与王者荣耀相比，究竟哪款游戏更容易上分呢?
Between Mad Men and The Handmaid s Tale, there s no questioning Elisabeth Moss prestige TV prowess. And although she s worked in indie films for years, her TV work has always overshadowed her big-screen career — despite starring in dozens of movies since childhood, including 12 Certified Fresh films in just the past decade alone. But in 2020, a year when the film industry has been crippled by a pandemic, she managed to break out in two roles — the Shirley Jackson biopic Shirley, which won a Special Jury Award at Sundance for director Josephine Decker and was released on VOD in June, and the Leigh Wannell horror remake The Invisible Man, which, even in a stunted theatrical run (it came out February 28, just before most theaters shut down worldwide), grossed 4 million worldwide on a super-small budget and earned raves for Moss s performance. A third, Wes Anderson s The French Dispatch, has been delayed until 2021. Between that, the delayed fourth season of The Handmaid s Tale, and Taika Waititi s soccer comedy Next Goal Wins (which could potentially hit screens next year as well), it appears the end of Moss reign is nowhere in sight.Delroy Lindo
梦幻西游服战时间 (Photo by © Netflix)Even if you’re tired of more than a century’s worth of Sherlock Holmes adaptations, Netflix’s Enola Holmes is worth watching, according to the first reviews, with most of the early praise focused on its star, Stranger Things breakout Millie Bobby Brown. Based on a series of young adult books, the movie follows the mystery of the Holmes’ missing mother (Helena Bonham Carter) but pushes the more famous sleuth (Henry Cavill) and other brother Mycroft (Sam Claflin) to the side. While the case at hand might not be a strong one, the streaming feature appears to be entertaining enough to show promise for an ensuing family-friendly franchise.Here’s what critics are saying about Enola Holmes:So, Millie Bobby Brown is an absolute star, right?“Millie Bobby Brown is terrific as Enola, charismatic and endearing…and she shows a deft hand with comedy.” Ian Sandwell, Digital Spy