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好游快爆消息:国内首款正版宝可梦手游《宝可梦大探险》抢先下载将于5月12日凌晨0点开启,届时来快爆下载游戏,即可在5月13日游戏正式上线时,第一时间进入游戏体验! Earlier this month we compared two cinematic titans in our Godzilla vs. King Kong showdown; this week we re looking at two smaller-scale destroyers, Chucky and Annabelle. Both are returning to screens this month: First up, Chucky arrives rebooted – and with the voice of Mark Hamill – in the new Child s Play; then the Conjuring Universe s mischief-making little cutie returns in Annabelle Comes Home. But which doll is the most terrifying? Our host Mark Ellis pits them against each other in a special episode of Vs., comparing the two dolls and their film histories by Tomatometer, box office, kills, and in one special bonus round. Check out who gets top shelf position above.Child s Play is in theaters June 21 | Annabelle Comes Home is in theaters June 26Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
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听说了吗?英雄联盟手游不删档不限号测试正式开启啦!相信不少期待已久的玩家们在听说这个消息以后就赶紧去应用商店把英雄联盟手游下载下来了,毕竟对于玩家们来说,这个游戏本身不仅具有让人欲罢不能的魔力,同时它也与玩家之间有深深的羁绊不可割舍。所以很多玩家在看到不删档测试开启后,体内的血液就开始沸腾,恨不得马上拉上小伙伴一起去峡谷开黑了。bob最新放眼当下,我们的手机越来越新,玩得IP却越来越老。“好的工具”在手,当然是要上手自己中意的游戏来娱乐一把。可放眼目前手游市场上的状况,短时间还很难看到有所突破。

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Although some studios chose to sit out San Diego Comic-Con this year (like Sony, Universal, and Warner Bros.), one that had a big panel Thursday morning was Paramount. Ostensibly focusing on Terminator: Dark Fate (11/1/2019), Paramount also released the first trailer this morning for another big sequel, next summer s Top Gun: Maverick (6/26/2020).The panel started with a remote introduction from James Cameron, who wasn t actually there, but was calling in from the set of the long-delayed Avatar sequels, joking about how long people have been waiting for those films. Cameron also said about the Avatar sequel technology that  I d love to tell you about what you see behind me, but it s classified. It would take five hours to explain and no one understands the technology anyway. The sort of funny irony about him kicking off the Terminator: Dark Fate panel by talking about the Avatar sequels is that they re now Disney movies, following the 20th Century Fox acquisition, so Paramount was basically using some of their Hall H time to promote another studio s big movies. Oops.(Photo by Paramount Pictures)As for Dark Fate, there were two big reveals on top of what we already know from the first trailer and other stories. First, it was confirmed that Terminator: Dark Fate will be rated R, which will be the first time since 2003 s Terminator: Rise of the Machines. Both Terminator: Salvation and Terminator: Genisys had PG-13 ratings, but that didn t seem to make much difference at the box office in any case, so perhaps the thought is that, like the Die Hard franchise, for example, the Terminator movies are really best-suited to feature R-rated violence (and language occasionally too).There was also a surprise casting announcement marking the return of one of the stars of Terminator 2: Judgment Day. With returning stars Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger both in attendance, we learned that after skipping the last three Terminator movies, Edward Furlong will also be returning as John Connor, whose future importance was originally what got this whole franchise going. Having said that, it s not that the character of John Connor himself has been absent from the franchise. Nick Stahl played the role in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Christian Bale played him in Terminator: Salvation, and Jason Clarke took over the role in Terminator: Genisys. The funny thing is, none of those four actors even really look like each other. Are we sure there aren t four different John Connors from four different timelines?(Photo by Paramount Pictures)As for Top Gun: Maverick, the trailer makes it very clear that this is a Tom Cruise movie. Although the film features an ensemble cast on paper (including actors like Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm, Miles Teller, and the return of Val Kilmer as Iceman), Cruise s presence dominates the trailer, even if  Ed Harris speaks most of the actual dialogue and gets a pretty great line to boot. The other focus, obviously, is on the fighter jets (this is a Top Gun movie after all), which is interesting, considering the film s premise had been described, once upon a time, as focusing on drone pilots. It s certainly possible that the modern Navy s emphasis on drones is still a big part of the story. We ll find out when the long-in-development Top Gun: Maverick flies into theaters next summer, on June 26, 2020 (up against Lin-Manuel Miranda s musical Into the Heights).

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In 2015, Sylvester Stallone passed the torch to Michael B. Jordan, as Creed successfully introduced the world to another scrappy underdog in the Rocky saga, Adonis Creed. That film was a critical and commercial success, but it was just the first chapter of Adonis Creed s journey. This week, the franchise returns to one of its most iconic moments the tragic fight between Russian boxer Ivan Drago and Adonis Creed s father Apollo in Rocky IV  for Creed II, a tale of revenge and redemption that bridges the generations and ties the new champ s story to Rocky s legacy.RT editor Jacqueline Coley sat down with director Steven Caple Jr. and stars Michael B. Jordan, Tessa Thompson, Dolph Lundgren, and Florian Munteanu to chat about the new film; talk about the growth of Adonis, Bianca, and their relationship; explain how difficult a language Russian is; and discuss training montages and music collaborations. Also, we learn about Sylvester Stallone s on-set shenanigans.Creed II opens in theaters on November 21.

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8.36.6 4月喜迎show, Cooked with Cannabis on @Netflix!! As a chef, I was intrigued by the food + as an everyday person, I was interested in how powerful this topic is in today s society. I hope you all will tune in, it ll be a good time! We launch on 4/20! pic.twitter.com/zLzOvsTAO8 KELIS (@kelis) March 18, 2020The Netflix synopsis:Long gone are the days of pot brownies and marijuana cookies. Today, the top chefs around the country and around the world are creating cannabis-infused culinary masterpieces. Here lies the most fun-filled, fascinating and mouth-watering cooking competition series that gives a whole new meaning to the word baked. Development News: The Masked Singer’s Swan Gets Fox Deal(Photo by Fox)Straight off her appearance as the Swan on The Masked Singer, Shake It Up and Famous in Love star Bella Thorne has signed a deal with Fox to create teen-aimed scripted and unscripted shows for the network. (Variety)The Academy of Country Music is also bringing top acts to viewers via at-home performances, with the two-hour ACM Presents: Our Country special on April 5 on CBS. Acts, to be announced later, will perform acoustic numbers and talk about their favorite moments from past ACM awards shows.In honor of The Office’s 15th anniversary, fans have the chance to vote on the show’s all-time greatest episode, via a March Madness-style bracket on Twitter. Round 1 is complete, but there’s still time to help decide the top pick. Okay, Dunder Mifflin. It’s time. Before the 15th anniversary of #TheOffice, let s find out which episode reigns supreme. #Office15 pic.twitter.com/QPa7fdZRq8 𝚝𝚑𝚎 𝚘𝚏𝚏𝚒𝚌𝚎 (@theofficenbc) March 17, 2020Fox Corporation is acquiring free (advertiser-supported) streaming service Tubi, which provides nearly 25 million viewers with thousands of TV shows – like The Bachelor, The Bachelorette,  Dark Shadows, The Dead Zone, and Degrassi: The Next Generation – and movies – like Minority Report, Black Hawk Down, and Thelma Louise. Fox, which will pay 0 million for Tubi, doesn’t currently have its own streaming service, as Fox Corp. is separate from 20th Century Studios (formerly 20th Century Fox), which is now under the Disney umbrella. (The Verge)Meanwhile, Fox has made Fox News available to viewers to stream for free at FoxNews.com, without cable access, during the pandemic. (THR)AMC Networks streaming services Shudder and Sundance Now are offering free 30-day trials.Bring on the 30 for 30 marathons: How is ESPN going to program hundreds of hours of airtime with no professional or college live sporting events. The answer: lots of breaking news and replays of archive games, possibly an early premiere of a 10-part docuseries about Michael Jordan’s final NBA season, and, yes, lots of the network’s wonderful 30 for 30 installments. (Vulture)New York City prosecutor Linda Fairstein is suing Netflix and producer Ava DuVernay for defamation over her portrayal in the 2019 Emmy-winning limited series When They See Us. Fairstein alleges the series portrayed her in a “false and defamatory manner.” She was among those sued by the “Central Park Five,” the young men charged with and wrongly convicted of the sexual assault of a jogger in Central Park in 1989. DNA evidence and a confession by another man cleared the five young men, who later successfully sued the city of New York and a group of prosecutors that included Fairstein. (THR) DuVernay previously told The Daily Beast that Fairstein had tried to negotiate her participation: she tried to negotiate conditions for her to speak with me, including approvals over the script and some other things. So you know what my answer was to that, and we didn’t talk. And finally, the latest TV show to get the Funko Pop! figure treatment: Schitt’s Creek. Characters available for preorder include (Amazon links): Moira, Johnny, Alexis, and David. View this post on Instagram a little light in the darkness… #schittscreek @originalfunko pops are finally here!A post shared by Schitt s Creek (@schittscreek) on Mar 18, 2020 at 7:40am PDT
九梦仙域手游是一款拥有电影级别画质的RPG动作游戏并且在主线剧情之中还有丰富的任务让你的经验以及战斗力往上涨,一站封神的游戏场次,玩家不仅可以在游戏中进行指尖战斗,修梦修仙,快来下载试试。
singing loud for all to hear? Those are all well and good, but unfortunately, they’re only really well and good for about two months a year. But, you know what’s good almost all the time? Every other quote in the movie!Answering the phone? Buddy the elf. What s your favorite color? Taking a trip to Northern California? Francisco! That s fun to say! Francisco Frannncisco Franciscooo… Watching Cersei Lannister plot a scheme? You sit on a throne of lies! Elf Goes Retro(Photo by New Line Cinema)Unlike many Christmas movies of the 21st century, which sought to bring a modern sheen to the holiday, Elf went the opposite direction, drawing artistic inspiration from campy stop-motion holiday classics from Rankin/Bass like Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town, and Jack Frost to give a timeless feel to the whole film.In an interview with 20/20 in 2017, director Jon Favreau said, We used stop-motion animation so when you watch it, it doesn t feel like it ages the same way that a film that has a lot of digital effects does. And even when Elf featured CGI, it used it to mimic the same classic stop-motion feel.And it worked. Compared to other CGI-filled Christmas movies from the 2000s including The Santa Clause 2 and 3 (55% and 17% on the Tomatometer, respectively), The Polar Express (55%), and Disney’s A Christmas Carol (54%)  Elf’s Certified Fresh 84% ranks on top. And fans agree as well, as last year Elf was selected as the Best Christmas Movie of the 21st Century by FandangoNOW users.

ng… Fans will appreciate seeing his Troma roots in display. Wilson Morales, BlackFilmandTV.comExactly the kind of clever fun we ve come to expect from James Gunn, mixed with some fantastic brutality. Eric Eisenberg, CinemaBlendThe Suicide Squad is one big playground for James Gunn, and you can tell he loved playing in every corner of it. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorIt’s pure, unfiltered James Gunn, and it’s eye popping… ALIVE with the un-compromised vision of a gonzo auteur. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendVery clear they let James Gunn run wild and not hold back. Kirsten Acuna, InsiderJames Gunn is fully unleashed. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comSurprise, surprise: James Gunn knows how to assemble a team of badass idiots and make magic happen. Mario Allegre, Próxima TandaGunn does it again with a hilarious cast of oddballs and under used comic characters. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorDoes the movie have an emotional side?What I liked best was its heart. Gunn really balances the silly and the serious in a way that the two compliment each other really well. I dug it. Germain Lussier, io9.comIt’s sometimes overwhelming. It has moments of heart, humor, action, emotion… all of it. Relentless. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.com[It’s] heartfelt. Vanessa Armstrong, SlashfilmWhat Gunn does great is he makes you care about so many obscure characters (just like in Guardians). The difference is that he s allowed to pull the rug out from under you and kill whoever he pleases because it s not a Disney film. Kirsten Acuna, Insider(Photo by Jessica Miglio/™ & © DC Comics)How is the ensemble cast?The cast is out of this world. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorEveryone is excellent and deeply committed to the material and its singular mood and wild ass aesthetic. Drew Taylor, ColliderEveryone is having a blast, especially Margot Robbie and Idris Elba. Wilson Morales, BlackFilmandTV.comIdris Elba, Margot Robbie and the rest of cast are awesome. Fico Cangiano, CineXpressJohn Cena, Idris Elba, Daniela Melchior, David Dastmalchian, Margot Robbie, Joel Kinnaman… all fantastic. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comEveryone is insanely fun to watch in this, but Margot s Harley and Daniela s Ratcatcher 2 are my faves. Idris and Cena s banter = 3rd place. Kara Warner, People MagazineHard to even name a standout in the ensemble because everyone is just wonderful. Eric Eisenberg, CinemaBlendEveryone will have their own favorite from the terrific cast. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyWho stands out the most?Everybody will have a different favorite character. Ratcatcher-2 really stands out!… King Shark is a legend. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comKing Shark RULES. Germain Lussier, io9.comThe highlights are [King] Shark and Polka Dot Man. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorCan t wait for you all to fall in love with Polka-Dot Man. Loved that character before love him more now… definitely gives Harley one of her best scenes period. Kirsten Acuna, Insider(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures/™ & © DC Comics)Will we want to go back for more?Can’t wait to ride this rollercoaster again. Drew Taylor, ColliderIt s just so entertaining that you ll want to see again instantly. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyThe Suicide Squad opens in theaters and streams on HBO Max on August 6, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
作为延续《哈利波特》系列的卡牌类手游,魔法一直是其中的核心,无论是在剧中还是在这款手游中,念出魔法咒语的那一刻,仿佛自己已经是一名强大的魔法师了,在这款手游中,魔法就化身为了一张张卡牌,玩家需要收集各式各样的魔法组建一套属于自己的魔法牌卡组去战斗。这样一看,其实这款游戏还是有一定的难度的,毕竟这么多魔法牌到底哪款卡组最强也是需要去慢慢研究的。
(Photo by Alberto Rodriguez/E! Entertainment)The people have spoken, and the full list of winners from Sunday s E! People s Choice Awards 2018 are in.Disney-Marvel blockbuster film Avengers: Infinity War and, on TV, Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments scored the most awards between the titles and their stars. Nicki Minaj and BTS also won multiple awards each in the music categories.John Legend took on double duty as both presenter and performer, receiving a standing ovation for his performance of U2 s Pride (In the Name of Love). Melissa McCarthy and Victoria Beckham picked up their awards for People s Icon of 2018 and Fashion Icon, respectively, which were announced previously. The inaugural People s Champion Awardwas given to attorney and activist Bryan Stevenson, the founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, Alabama.Check out the winners in every other category below.Movies | TV | Music | Pop CultureMOVIESMovie of 2018
DNF手游或许真的是快了,这不最近dnf手游又更新了一些新的武器,竟然是三把光剑,而这几把光剑也都是白手玩家们的一段美好回忆了。见过聚光剑,天脊乾坤剑,天行者的玩家现在怕都是为人父母了吧。(小声嘀咕,小编还见过光炎剑:烈日裁决)
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Ghcxuf Freeform has teamed up with Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle star (and former Barack Obama White House staffer) Kal Penn for a new unscripted series, Kal Penn Approves This Message, that will help reach out to Millennial and Gen Z voters. The series, which premieres September 22, is described as a smart, irreverent unscripted comedy series featuring funny field pieces and a sit-down between Penn and a featured guests. Topics will include voting basics, voter empowerment, the economy, and climate change.The CW is also hoping its viewers stay civically engaged with its new Vote Actually campaign, featuring PSAs starring the network s on-air talent encouraging the audience to register to vote, obtain a mail-in ballot if applicable and know the deadlines in their individual states.New Trailers: Hulu s Monsterland, Warrior, and MoreThe upcoming horror anthology Monsterland, set to debut October 2 on Netflix, released its first trailer this week. The creepy two-minute clip reveals just a portion of the mermaids, fallen angels, and other strange beasts that inspire the horror of the series, which comes from Mary Laws and is based on Nathan Ballingrud’s story collection North-American Lake Monsters. Stars include Kaitlyn Dever, Jonathan Tucker, Nicole Beharie, Kelly Marie Tran, Mike Colter, and many, many more.More trailers and teasers released this week:The trailer for season 2 of Cinemax s Warrior, which looks as badass as ever and premieres October 2.FX limited series A Teacher stars Kate Mara as the titular character and Nick Robinson as the high school student with whom she begins an extremely illegal relationship. It premieres November 10 on FX on Hulu.There are some major Black Mirror vibes in the trailer for AMC s new anthology series Soulmates, which premieres October 5.Apple TV+ s Israeli import Teheran debuts September 25 on the streaming service.Before Wynonna Earp returns to Syfy in 2021, catch up on season 4 starting with this new teaser.For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.Casting: Jessica Chastain Takes on a Country Music Legend, Creepshow Returns, and more(Photo by Richard Olley/Columbia Pictures)Jessica Chastain is headed to TV in George Tammy, a new limited series from Spectrum Originals and Paramount Network about country music power couple Tammy Wynette and George Jones and the complicated relationship that inspired some of the most iconic country music of all time. The series will air exclusively for Spectrum cable subscribers, and after a nine month window it ll air on Paramount Network and the forthcoming streaming service from ViacomCBS.Production on Season 2 of Greg Nicotero s Shudder horror anthology Creepshow is officially underway in Atlanta. New stars this year include Anna Camp, Keith David, Ashley Laurence, and Josh McDermitt.Titans Alan Ritchson will play the titular role in Amazon’s upcoming Jack Reacher series, about the former military man at the center of Lee Child s bestselling novel series. And don t worry — he ll continue playing a superhero on Titans, too.Saturday Night Live featured player Ego Nwodim has been promoted to full cast member for the late-night sketch comedy stalwart s 46th season.Denise Richards is leaving The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills after two seasons, according to Variety. The most recent season of the Bravo hit featured the actress fighting with her cast mates amid rumors of her hooking up with former Housewife Brandi Glanville, though Richards has denied the rumors.Karrueche Tran has joined the second season of BET s Games People Play, alongside Lauren London and series regulars Sarunas J. Jackson, Karen Obilom, Parker McKenna Posey, Jackie Long, and Kendall Kyndall.HBO Max s dog-grooming competition Haute Dog will feature celebrity dog groomer Jess Rona and Emmy nominee Robin Thede judging the canine makeovers, with comedian Matt Rogers hosting. It was filmed under strict COVID-19 precautions this summer and premieres Sept. 24.Production Development: A New Doogie Howser, the Latest black-ish Spin-off, And More(Photo by ABC)The black-ish universe is getting even bigger: ABC is eyeing a third spin-off from the network s long-running sitcom. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the newest installment would be old-ish, following Laurence Fishburne and Jenifer Lewis s characters. The new series would join the college-set grown-ish and the 80s-set prequel, mixed-ish.Doogie Howser, M.D. is getting a new look: Disney + announced it has ordered a rebooted version of the classic series about a teen doctor, this time starring a 16-year-old girl prodigy balancing a new medical career with life as a teenager. Doogie Kameāloha, M.D. is a 10-episode comedy following Lahela “Doogie” Kameāloha, a mixed race 16-year-old girl with an Irish mother and Hawaiian father who guide her (and sometimes complicate things) as she juggles her responsibilities. It s set in present-day Hawaii with showrunner Kourtney Kang at the helm.Starz s series adaptation of Blindspotting is a go: The network officially ordered a spin-off of the 2018 feature film from Daveed Diggs (Hamilton, Snowpiercer) and Rafael Casal (Bad Education, Are You Afraid of the Dark?). Both men will write and serve as executive producers, with Casal taking showrunner duties in addition to a recurring role. The series will focus on teacher Ashley (Hamilton s Jasmine Cephas Jones, who will also produce and was also in the original film), whose partner of 12 years was suddenly incarcerated, forcing Ashley and their young son to move in with his family.Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos have signed a deal with Lifetime to produce two new movies for the network s Ripped from the Headlines series. They ll serve as executive producers alongside Albert Bianchini in the two true crime-themed projects, which are scheduled to premiere in 2021.HBO Max has ordered a script for a series based on the Newberry Medal-winning mystery The Westing Game. The YA book follows the events that unfold when 16 people gather for the reading of eccentric, game-loving millionaire Samuel W. Westing s will.Amazon Teases The Wheel of Time Fans on Social MediaFantasy novel series The Wheel of Time is one of Amazon Prime Video s most anticipated upcoming adaptations — next to a little series called The Lord of the Rings, of course. The streamer served up a delectable tease to fans this week.“You want stories? Thom Merrilin declaimed. I have stories, and I will give them to you. I will make them come alive before your eyes.” ​#WOTonPrime pic.twitter.com/f0wlr3t7Sf The Wheel of Time on Prime (@WOTonPrime) September 9, 2020 😈😈

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bob最新 使命召唤手游是一款对抗性十足的攻图FPS手游,在不同的地图中玩家需要采用不同的战术,在这些地图里也有一些便于游戏的小技巧。快来和小编一起看看今天的《使命召唤手游》靶场跳点位置。

(Photo by Warner Brothers)What makes a good movie?For me, a good-to-great movie rests on the perspective of the artists involved. Do they have something to say? Is it novel, is it interesting, is it challenging? Does it challenge the status quo or does it capitulate to it?You know, one thing I like to keep in mind is, as much as I love film and television as media, they re completely capitalist enterprises, and that can totally influence the art involved. I tend to believe that good art, it challenges status quo more than anything else. It has a voice, it has a perspective, it has an understanding of history without being completely beholden to it. It has a strong visual grammar and perspective that feels in line with the story and thematics it s interested in telling.Above all else, I seek joy, I seek pleasure, and I seek being challenged as a viewer.What were you watching the first time you saw yourself on screen, and what did you relate to about that story?You know, it s so funny getting asked a question like this. Because sometimes I wonder about the impulse to see yourself on screen. And I think sometimes people really judge this on the basis of identity. Like, “I m a Black woman and I m seeing another Black woman on screen that looks like me, moves like me, has similar concerns as I do.”For me, I think the time that I really, really first saw myself, or at least spiritually saw myself on screen, was in Now, Voyager with Bette Davis performance. I am separated by time, race, sexual identity, with this woman. So you know, it s not like we line up in those sort of ways. But spiritually, I felt like when I saw it as a teenager for the first time, I was blown away by is portrayal of mental illness and anxiety, and the complications that can happen between a daughter and a mother.What is the hardest review that you ve ever written?Every new review is the hardest review I ve ever written lately, to be honest. It s been tough going. I will say, the Judas and the Black Messiah review was very tricky for me. Partially because I wanted to bring in a historical perspective, but not be so weighed down on it.Who is an under-the-radar director or screenwriter that you think more people should know about?I d say up-and-coming may be a better term for them. Channing Godfrey Peoples, who wrote and directed Miss Juneteenth. I m really excited to see where her career goes. And Chinonye Chukwu, who wrote and directed Clemency with Alfre Woodard, is a writer-director I m very interested in. I’m so curious to see where these women s careers go.What is your favorite movie from your childhood?I could be a basic bitch and mention Jurassic Park, which was apparently the first movie I saw in theaters, but I was so young I don t remember it.Favorite movie from my childhood I did see Eve s Bayou when I was very young, because my mom also really likes it. Partially because my family s from Louisiana, I consider myself a Southern broad, and the way the South is depicted in films is very fascinating to me. Especially when Black people are allowed to inhabit these works. The text that is Eve s Bayou is so dynamic, it s so rich, it s so challenging, it s so visually inventive. It s an amazing independent film. I ve had taste since the beginning, apparently.Is there someone in your life, that s not a critic, whose opinion you seek out and admire?E. Alex Jung. We ve really become closer friends in the pandemic, and it s a friendship I cherish. Partially because he s really influenced me to ask for my worth and then some, and really challenge myself as a writer. I sometimes like to write my reviews or pieces as love letters to friends, and I keep them in mind. He was in mind with writing I May Destroy You. (Photo by Columbia, Madhouse, and Warner Bros.)“Know Your Critic” is a column in which we interview Tomatometer-approved critics about their screening and reviewing habits, pet peeves, and personal favorites.After quitting her day job to focus on entertainment writing full-time on /Film, Hoai-Tran Bui has since become one of their lead critics. Like most young Vietnamese-Americans, she is of the first generation to be born here, her parents having left Vietnam after the Fall of Saigon in the 1970s and the communist takeover of the country. Bui s mother s upbringing in a French-speaking school in Vietnam translated to bookshelves in America filled with Western classics like Jane Eyre, Les Miserables, and Little Women. Those, along with Studio Ghibli films like Castle in the Sky, Kiki s Delivery Service, Spirited Away, and Princess Mononoke ( A lot of blood and gore in that one for an eight-year-old child ) were the foundations of Bui s writing aspirations, and making it onto the Tomatometer as a film critic. Bui talks now about a movie world transitioning back to something approaching normalcy, along with the things she watched during quarantine that she would ve liked to have seen in theaters, and settling long-running Disney debates.Hoai-Tran Bui is a staff critic at /Film, and co-hosts the Trekking Through Time and Space podcast. Find her on Twitter: @htranbui.Theaters are opening up again. Have you been back yet?Quiet Place II was my first one, and then In the Heights was the next day. So I went from not going to theaters for over a year to going to the theaters twice in a row. Actually, the day that I went to see In the Heights, I went to see the Wong Kar-wai retrospective special that they re doing at the Lincoln Center in New York. Then the In the Heights screening showed up, and I was like, I ll just do both. So I went to see three movies in theaters within two days.It was great, but it was surreal. Still doing social distancing, but because these are both just press screenings, they re just like, Sit where you want, but also don t sit next to people. That was nice, although I feel like it kind of diminished some of the effects of seeing both of these movies in theaters. Because A Quiet Place was very much about that communal theater experience, everyone gasping and holding their breath at the same time, but as for Quiet Place II, and I feel like this also led into my thoughts on the movie, which I think were also lightened up on that aspect, it felt less like that communal experience because we re all just kind of far apart and there s only six other people in theater.What movie did you watch last year during quarantine that you wish you saw in theaters?I would ve liked to see Bill Ted Face the Music in theaters, less so for seeing on the big screen and more so for seeing the people, just because it s a movie that, like a lot of comedies, it demands being seen with a bunch of people, and laughing by yourself with your computer on your lap isn t as fun as laughing with a group of people with the same jokes. I think Face the Music came at such a specific time that it was this hopeful movie about coming together, about facing the odds as humanity, and that felt very resonant during the pandemic and during quarantine. That one made me a little emotional, even. But I feel like even seeing that together with a bunch of people would ve been even more impactful. I don t even know how it would play now, just because I feel like the timing of it was so specific to the fatigue that we re feeling during COVID. But I feel like that one, I would ve liked to see with people, just to share in our misery together and our hope for something that can come through and still make us laugh.(Photo by Columbia/Everett Collection)What s required viewing for you?The Before trilogy. They have such great, effortlessly written scripts, and one that feels so natural and organic and yet also is rife with so much character drama and building and dynamics within it. There s an ebb and flow within the movie, within the dialogue, and even though it s completely plotless, there is a plot within what these characters are saying to each other and how they re interacting with each other. Every movie is such an interesting snapshot of each age, too, that altogether they become this experiment with time that I think Richard Linklater has tried to recapture with a lot of his later movies, with Boyhood, for example.What s the hardest review you ever had to write?One that was more recent and which I just spent a lot of time on because it was something that was so personal to me. That s Raya and the Last Dragon. I spent a couple of days writing that. That one I kind of turned into part review, part personal essay. Raya and the Last Dragon, in particular, because it was Disney s big Southeast Asian animated movie. It was going to have Disney s first Southeast Asian princess, it had Kelly Marie Tran, who s a Vietnamese-American actress, so there s just a lot riding into that movie. I had a lot of complicated feelings with it because I thought it was good to an extent, but it didn t quite fulfill all of the promises of diversity and representation that it was billed to do and, in the process, I think lost a lot of what could ve made it good by trying to be so big and universal and ended up being nothing very specific.So I spent a couple days just picking that apart, both the movie itself and my own personal feelings about it. I think I wrote something pretty good. Before I started writing film criticism, I remember my journalism class, they always talked about how you shouldn t put yourself into the story. It should be as unbiased and as distant as possible. Of course, going into film criticism, it s all about your own personal opinions and beliefs and your own personal relationship and how this movie affected you. I can t help but making a lot of the reviews that I write very personal, deeply personal at that. I think often the better ones I write are the personal ones, the ones where I draw on some of that experience.I do feel kind of weird sometimes because I feel like I m exploiting my own personal life for other people s entertainment in a way, other people s pleasures, and it always feels a little weird to me that I m just putting little pieces of myself out there in these tiny personal essays about movies. But I think that that s the way that people interact with art anyways, the best way to communicate how something moves me or something affects me. So Raya and the Last Dragon, for sure, was one that I spent a lot of time thinking of.Then another one that was deeply personal, too, but wasn t really a review, was this piece I wrote about Da 5 Bloods. The depiction of Vietnamese characters in that movie, honestly, were the best attempt by any Hollywood movie so far, but still falls extraordinary flat because it tries to, I think, connect the Black Lives Matter movement and effects and legacy in a way that doesn t totally cohere. I wrote about that, and I wrote about my own personal thoughts watching that movie with my mom, actually, and the kind of mixed feelings I had, and her thoughts on the Vietnam War and about the American response and involvement in the Vietnam War. That was always really interesting to me, and it was something that was a little bit tangled and knotty, and I don t think I fully picked it apart and untangled it as much as I could ve. I haven t gone back to read it because a lot of pieces that I find deeply personal, I don t like to read again and be like, Oh, well, I could ve written that better, because now it s out there, I don t want to think about it anymore. But, at the same time, it s something that I put a lot of thought and care into.(Photo by Warner Bros./Everett Collection)What s a Rotten movie you love?I feel like there s a lot of cooler answers, but Wonder Woman 1984. I gave it a positive review, and I was one of the first wave of people to give it a positive review. Then the Rotten Tomatoes score slowly went down and then nose-dived. But I stand by my positive assessment of it. I think that it is a movie that moved me, and I acknowledge the flaws that it had, but I feel like those were minimal compared to how the movie itself worked for me. Speaking of Bill Ted Face the Music, I feel like it falls in the similar vein of being a movie that comes at a certain time that it feels very important and optimistic and has that bent during the quarantine times. So that obviously affected me a lot because of that. But I think, even so, it s a fun, optimistic, loud, very goofy movie, and that s the kind of movie that I unapologetically enjoy.What s a Certified Fresh movie you don t like?I didn t love Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. I m actually a fan of Quentin Tarantino, and I actually really liked Hateful Eight, which is a movie that most people disliked. Hateful Eight is such a nasty, mean movie that I felt like was Tarantino looking inwards at how his displays of violence are seen in the general public and saying, Hey, this is actually awful, and I m going to make you look and make you feel terrible about it, and I loved that. I thought that was so self-aware and interesting.Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, I actually don t mind the lightness of it. I don t mind the hangout element of it. I think that that part of that was actually my favorite part of it, and the idea of these men who are on the cusp of being redundant and no longer being a part of that big cultural core was really interesting and also kind of this self-aware thing that a lot of auteurs like Quentin Tarantino and Martin Scorsese are doing in their late stages of their career. They re looking back at their lives and their careers, and they re saying, Oh, we re no longer viable anymore. That was interesting.I feel like the Manson stuff and how that looms over the entire movie and casts a whole shadow over the movie doesn t really work for me and, as a result, just makes that final act feel so intensely out of left field that I left the movie with a bad taste in my mouth. I ve also never felt that kind of same interest and fascination with the Manson family murders as I think a lot of American people do. Coming from Vietnam, we kind of came after that whole 1969 cultural touchstone pivot, and it s not something that s part of my own cultural memory. I ve always thought that the fascination with the Manson family has been a bit on the ghoulish side, so painting Charles Manson as this big monstrous villain and making 1969 this big cultural turning point and these murders this big cultural turning point is not really interesting to me and just doesn t work as well for me as I think that the movie wants it to.And, of course, there s the whole Bruce Lee scene, which I thought was completely unnecessary. I think that they could ve used any other New Age Hollywood actor in that. They could ve used Chuck Norris, for example. I felt like it would have the same effect versus Bruce Lee, whereas when I was watching it in the theater and everyone was laughing at everything that the Bruce Lee character said, it just felt very uncomfortable to me. I did not like that, although that itself didn t tank the movie for me. It was just the entire, I guess, approach to this being the center of the world, this being this big turning point. That just didn t feel like, to me, something so exciting and interesting as I think the movie and a lot of its lovers feel.(Photo by Madhouse./Courtesy Everett Collection)What was the movie that made you want to be a critic?Satoshi Kon s Millennium Actress was a movie that just opened my eyes to what movies can do and be because it s sort of this non-linear movie that plays with both reality and fiction. It follows this young girl who meets this man in World War II Japan, and she s a young child, and she falls in love with him, and she decides that she s going to spend her whole life trying to find him. To do that, she decides that she s going to become an actress and be on the biggest stage so that he ll find her again. The movie is so interesting about it. It s framed around these two documentary filmmakers who are interviewing her as she s an older actress, having retired, and she s talking about her life. The entire movie plays through this story that she s telling, and it goes between her real life and the movies that she stars in, in which she always stars as a young woman who s pining after someone and always trying to find someone, so it s this reflection of her reality and her fictional career.The way that it switches between both and the way that the line blurs between that reality and fiction was so interesting and eye-opening for me. Of course, the ending in that movie is so quick and easy and something that you can t even do in a lot of live-action, too, because there are shots that linger for a fraction of a second, and in live-action, that would be something that you have to set up. It takes a lot more time to do it. But in animation, you can just throw it in there, and that s fine. I think that that to me not only opened me up to filmmaking and movies but also to the potential for animation, which I m a big flag-bearer for. But, yeah, that movie itself was like, Wow, movies can do this. Stories can be told out of order, and things can be this reality-blurring thing. I was really enamored with that movie, and that kind of set me on that path.On Rotten Tomatoes, readers are currently voting on their favorite Disney animated movies. So: Lion King or Hercules?The Lion King, for sure. It s the gold standard for Disney renaissance movies, and Hercules kind of comes in that late era where it s very self-effacing and self-referencing, which is fun but doesn t age nearly as well.Beauty and the Beast versus Little Mermaid.Ooh, that s actually an interesting one because Beauty and the Beast is my personal favorite. Little Mermaid is the one that did kick off the entire Disney renaissance of the 90s, but I m going to have to go with Beauty and the Beast. I think it s a masterpiece.A lot of people went nostalgic with their movie-watching during quarantine. Did you re-watch something that surprised you?Happy Feet. The George Miller movie before Mad Max: Fury Road. I was shocked by how dark that movie is. I thought it was just, as I remembered, a movie about a tap-dancing penguin, but it gets dark. It starts to be about pollution, and it becomes this epic Lord of the Rings-style journey across the Arctic, and it almost ends on this extremely bleak note where the penguin is stuck inside this aquarium and thinks he s never going to leave, and you re like, What is this movie? Why is it terrifying? Hoai-Tran Bui is a staff critic at /Film, and co-hosts the Trekking Through Time and Space podcast. Find her on Twitter: @htranbui.

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me.Buzz, Woody, and the Gang Just Got Put Back In Their Box(Photo by Annapurna Pictures)“Well, I’m flabbergasted,” admitted Missing Link co-director Chris Butler when he accepted the award for Best Feature – Animated with co-director Arianne Sutner. So were we. This was Toy Story 4’s award to lose: The Certified Fresh Pixar sequel is considered a lock for the Oscar in the category, and was a huge smash with audiences and critics. But it was the underseen Missing Link, the stop-motion Big Foot movie from Kubo and the Two Strings and Coraline studio Laika, that won the Golden Globe and made this year’s animation races a touch more exciting moving forward.Tom Hanks Doesn t Usually Get This Emotional, He SwearsTom Hanks proved why he’s the most liked person in Hollywood (the world?), delivering one of the night’s most moving speeches while receiving the Cecil B. DeMille award from Charlize Theron for “outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment.” Hanks started things off emotionally, struggling to speak as he shouted out his wife and five kids, then delivered some laughs (to Scorsese: “Boy, let’s see the outtakes from that movie, by the way”), before closing with a few more almost-tears (“I have checked the gate”). “I swear to God I’m not nearly this emotional at home,” he said at one point. We’re glad he let himself go this time.President Barack Obama Is on Fleabag s Naughty ListIn her acceptance speech for Fleabag’s win for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy, series creator Waller-Bridge reminded everyone that she’s as much of a fan of President Barack Obama as he is of her show.“Personally, I’d like to also thank Obama for putting us on his list,” Waller-Bridge said, referring to the president s end-of-the year list. “And as some of you may know, he’s always been on mine. And if you don’t get that joke, please watch season 1 of Fleabag really, really quickly.”The NSFW scene she s talking about can be seen on YouTube.Next up are my favorite movies and TV shows of 2019. Of course, there’s also American Factory, a film from our own production company, Higher Ground, that was recently shortlisted for an Oscar. Here’s the full list: pic.twitter.com/PEcgwotcxm Barack Obama (@BarackObama) December 29, 20191917 Shakes Up Awards Season With Two Jaw-Dropping WinsThere was no direction needed for Sam Mendes to act genuinely shocked after winning Best Director – Motion Picture for 1917: he was visibly shook. So was much of the room, who were likely expecting Quentin Tarantino, Bong Joon-ho, or the man Mendes himself said in his speech stands above all others, Martin Scorsese, to take the prize. Mendes’ win for Best Director was only the beginning of a surprisingly good night for his WWI drama. The movie would go on to win for Best Motion Picture – Drama, too, beating out The Irishman and Marriage Story. Opening wide in theaters next week, a strong showing at the Box Office could put the film in the frontrunner seat for Best Picture at the Oscars.And Olivia Got A Little Boozy, AgainAfter confessing she got bladdered at last year s Oscars, Olivia Colman confessed – on stage – she was a bit boozy tonight when she won her award for Best Performance By An Actress In a Television Series – Drama for The Crown. We thank her for the helpful reminder – on behalf of a number of presenters and recipients this evening – the booze was flowing in the ballroom.Are you as obsessed with awards as we are? Check out our Awards Leaderboard for 2019/2020.

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