The 93rd Academy Awards were unlike any other we ve witnessed in recent memory or possibly ever before as the ceremony was structured to accommodate social distancing measures brought about by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The result was an unusually intimate, subdued ceremony filled with personal anecdotes and touching tributes. Of course, that doesn t mean things didn t get a little wacky from time to time ( Glenn Close doin Da Butt is officially a thing now), and there were still plenty of larger-than-life moments, from incredible musical performances and tear-filled dedications to laugh-out-loud one-liners and groundbreaking milestones.Recommended: Full List of Winners from the 2021 Academy AwardsRecommended: The Biggest Snubs and Surprises of the 2021 Oscar NominationsRecommended: All the Winners of the 2020 Golden Tomato AwardsThings started with a bang, as H.E.R. performed an amazing rendition of her Oscar-winning song Fight For You before the ceremony started and Regina King kicked off the festivities by entering Los Angeles iconic Union Station in a stunning single tracking shot as the credits rolled. From there, we got tear-filled dedications, inspirational speeches, laugh-out-loud one-liners, and groundbreaking milestones. Read on for the biggest moments of the 2021 Oscars.H.E.R. Delivers Showstopping Performance of “Fight For You” Before Winning Best Original SongThose expecting to see the much hyped-up pre-recorded performances of this year’s Best Song nominees during the show were likely disappointed to learn that the five songs were actually shown during ABC’s pre-show. The standout performance was also the final performance: H.E.R.’s rousing rendition of “Fight for You” from Judas and the Black Messiah, which incorporated archival footage and a battery of dancers to deliver a chills-inducing moment just minutes before the start of the ceremony. The song went on to win Best Original Song in the ceremony proper.Regina King Enters in Epic One-ShotWe were told in the lead-up to tonight’s ceremony that Steven Soderbergh and his co-producers wanted the night to play out like a film – and the first minutes of the broadcast delivered on that promise. Bringing to mind those famous opening moments of Goodfellas, a single camera shot tracked Regina King – her Oscar firmly in hand – as she walked into LA’s Union Station, through its cavernous hall, and onto the stage. Throughout the entire shot, cinematic credits announced the various presenters (“starring…”). King kicked things off by marking the conviction of Derek Chauvin earlier this week: Now, I know that a lot of you people at home wanna reach for your remote when you feel like Hollywood is preaching to you, but as a mother of a Black son, I know the fear that so many live with, and no amount of fame or fortune changes that, OK? Thomas Vinterberg Pays Moving Tribute to His DaughterUpon winning the Oscar for Best International Film for Another Round, director Thomas Vinterberg began his acceptance speech as anyone might expect, thanking the appropriate parties who supported the film and those with whom he worked directly on it, including the four main actors at the heart of the story. But midway through his speech, Vinterberg recounted how, four days into shooting the film, he lost his daughter Ida in a tragic auto accident. As he paused and wiped tears from his face, Vinterberg collected himself and explained how she had read the script two months prior to production and was glowing with excitement about the film, in which she was originally supposed to appear. Vinterberg closed by dedicating the film to Ida, saying, If anyone dares to believe that she s here with us somehow, you ll be able to see her clapping and cheering with us Ida, this is a miracle that just happened, and you are part of this miracle. Maybe you ve been pulling some strings somewhere; I don t know. But this one is for you. Daniel Kaluuya Embarrasses His FamilyAfter missing out on the Best Actor Oscar back in 2018, Daniel Kaluuya became the sixth Black actor to win Best Supporting Actor at the Academy Awards on Sunday night. Speaking off the cuff, Kaluuya thanked the usual folks and gushed about his collaborators while his mother and sister, both in attendance at LA s Union Station, looked on. As he wound up his acceptance speech with some inspirational words about Fred Hampton, the ico (Photo by Netflix)With Netflix s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina offering a darker take on the fresh-faced teenage witch — and Certified Fresh on the Tomatometer with a 91% score to boot — and a new version of Suspiria spooking it up on the big-screen, witches have been working some epic magic on audiences lately.Need more proof that vampires and zombies have moved on from the spotlight? Take a look at American Horror Story: Apocalypse, which is revisiting its season 3 witches from the Certified Fresh Coven, or The CW’s rebooted Charmed, which has introduced a new generation to the power of three.Dark magic and sorcery have cemented their place in episodic entertainment over the years, which is why we thought it was the perfect time to concoct a list of TV s very best witches. Among these magic-doers, you ll find two very different Sabrina Spellmans, Game of Thrones sinister Melisandre, a whole gang of fabulous American Horror Story women, and a teenage vampire slayer s loyal best friend. In addition to these icons, wand-twirlers from Penny Dreadful, True Blood, Once Upon a Time, and Bewitched also make an appearance.So break out the bubbling cauldrons and dust off that flying broom as it s time to rank these TV witches from best to worst below. And if you don’t see your favorite magic-conjurer on our list, tell us in the comments!
Fan Favorite Actresses 2019With critically acclaimed work in award-worthy films and crowd-pleasing roles in broad entertainment, there was no shortage of memorable actresses who left their mark on pop culture in 2019. Our list of 25 Favorite Actress Golden Tomato Award candidates included a pair of Game of Thrones alumni (Emilia Clarke and Maisie Williams), a quartet of MCU heroines (Brie Larson, Scarlett Johansson, Zendaya, and Tessa Thompson), and genre-hopping work from versatile stars (Awkwafina in The Farewell and Jumanji: The Next Level, Florence Pugh in Midsommar and Little Women). Only one of them, however, was nominated for two Academy Awards in acting categories, and she appropriately blew away all of the competition to win the GTA here. Not only did Scarlett Johansson serve a crucial role in Avengers: Endgame, but her turn as a frustrated wife and mother going through a divorce in Noah Baumbach s Marriage Story and her work as the titular character s activist mother in Taika Waititi s Jojo Rabbit earned her Oscar nominations for both Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress, respectively. While she didn t win either of those awards, she was the runaway favorite here, more than tripling the tally of runner-up Emilia Clarke as she earned almost a third of all the votes.The order below reflects the number of total votes cast for each TV show by users in a poll that ran on RT from January 9 to February 16.« Previous Category Next Category »Scarlett JohanssonNot only did Johansson break our hearts in Endgame, but she earned two Oscar nominations, one for Best Actress for Marriage Story and one for Best Supporting Actress for Jojo Rabbit. Avengers: Endgame, Marriage Story, Jojo RabbitEmilia ClarkeGame of Thrones may have ended on a Rotten note according to the Tomatometer, but a less-than-stellar final season did not rub off on fans affection for Mother of Dragons, Clarke, who also charmed in holiday flick, Last Christmas. Game of Thrones, Last ChristmasFlorence PughTalk about a Certified Fresh streak: Pugh began 2019 with wrestling dramedy Fighting With My Family, then earned instant Scream Queen status in Ari Aster s Midsommar, before stealing the show as Amy March in Little Women. Midsommar, Little Women, Fighting with My FamilyMargot RobbieRobbie didn t need pages of dialogue to make an impression as Sharon Tate in Quentin Tarantino s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, and she followed that performance up with Bombshell, earning an Oscar nomination for her portrayal of aspiring Fox News host Kayla. Bombshell, Once Upon a Time in HollywoodLupita Nyong oWe re not over Nyong o s Oscar snub for her landmark work in Jordan Peele s Us, and fans aren t either. Nyong o also showcased her comedic chops in zombie-comedy Little Monsters and returned as Maz Kanata in Rise of Skywalker. Us, Little Monsters, The Rise of Skywalker« Previous Category Next Category »seed3攻略自动玩的选项的确节省了玩家很多时间，现在很多手游副本会记录下玩家的操作，通过后再次游玩便可以自动战斗，让玩家刷副本时不用体验重复操作的枯燥。这样的设计的确很人性化，可重复刷的副本又会与这个人性化的设计相冲突，一些厂商看似给了玩家方便，但其实却是制造出了妨碍游戏体验的麻烦。
We re now in the heart of the summer movie season, so it shouldn t shock anyone to learn that the movies audiences are most looking forward to include a Pixar film, a superhero blockbuster, and a sci-fi adventure. What might be more surprising is that, in a triumph of counterprogramming, a high-concept fantasy musical and a deadpan zombie comedy also made the list. Read on to find out the five most anticipated movies by Rotten Tomatoes users and our fans on social media in June.1. Toy Story 4 (2019) 97%9,043 Want-to-See Votes#1 pick by our Facebook and Instagram fans, #2 pick by our Twitter fansOpens June 21Toy Story 3 gave us all a satisfying, emotional franchise finale, so it was something of a surprise when we learned the good folks at Pixar were planning to revive the series with a fourth installment. That hasn t dampened the enthusiasm for the series, though, as Toy Story 4 sits comfortably at the top of this month s list of most anticipated movies. Buzz, Woody, and the rest of the gang plus an old friend and some new additions are on hand to continue the story as Andy s younger sister Bonnie makes a new toy at school who s not so thrilled about being a toy. This one topped our Facebook and Instagram polls, and easily amassed the most Want-to-See votes.2. Dark Phoenix (2019) 22%5,982 Want-to-See Votes#1 pick by our Twitter fans, #3 pick by our Facebook fans, #5 pick by our Instagram fansOpens June 7With the recent acquisition of Fox s film and TV branches by Disney, it s probably going to be some time before we see the X-Men back on the big screen, so Dark Phoenix might be the last we see of the series for the foreseeable future (we re thinking of New Mutants as sort of an offshoot of the main series). With that in mind, it s probably appropriate that the existing franchise is going out with a bang, adapting one of the most iconic stories from the comics. Sophie Turner, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, and the rest of the younger, soft-rebooted mutants return to explore the darker side of Turner s Jean Grey, who becomes unstable after a mysterious encounter in space. This one resonated the most with our Twitter fans, and it amassed the second-highest number of Want-to-See votes.3a. Men in Black: International (2019) 23%3,268 Want-to-See Votes#3 pick by our Instagram and Twitter fans, #5 pick by our Facebook fansOpens June 14Next up, we ve got a tie for third, so we ll start with the revival of the Men in Black franchise. Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones are nowhere to be found at least, that s what we assume, barring a surprise cameo from them in the movie and this time, the focus shifts to MiB s London branch, where a rookie agent played by Tessa Thompson is partnered up with Chris Hemsworth s veteran Agent H to track down a mole in the organization. Here s hoping the chemistry they displayed in Thor: Ragnarok wasn t a fluke.3b. Yesterday (2019) 63%
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8.96.1 6月喜迎(Photo by Marcos Cruz/Vagrant Productions/SYFY)Rae s co-star Tim Rozon couldn’t wait to read the comic once it came on his radar. Like her, he read it before the audition and felt it helped him get the part.“For my screen test, I made sure I had orange-reddish hair color to match [the character] from the comic book,” Rozon said.His character, a stranded Earthman named Issac who serves as Elida’s “goofy sidekick,” may seem somewhat familiar to fans of Rozon from Wynonna Earp, in which he plays Doc Holliday — which is to say, there’s a bit of a scoundrel to Issac.“I haven t felt so right for a part pretty much since Doc Holliday,” Rozon said, although, “Doc can be pretty intense, whereas Isaac is just a bumbling fool, and I feel like I m a little closer to that at times.”(Photo by Marcos Cruz/Vagrant Productions/SYFY)Also like Wynonna Earp and other Canadian-produced sci-fi shows, Vagrant Queen likes to play fast and loose with its tone. It can feature a bombastic, heroic slow-mo shot and immediately segue into a joke. It was one of the appealing aspects both Rae and Rozon found when the ready the pilot script.“I love the dynamic of it,” Rae said. “Everyone usually chooses, ‘Oh, this is comedy, we can t have these heavy drama moments.’ Or ‘Oh, this is drama, we can t have it that funny.’ But I love that we choose where we need to put that comedy, and we choose where we need to put those heavy moments to make it realistic and make you invested in the character storylines. I love that we do it all. It kind of gives me a Guardians of the Galaxy feel when it comes to adding all those aspects into one.”(Photo by Syfy)Viewers will see that from the first episode, which introduces Elida, Issac, third major character Amae (Alex McGregor), antagonist Lozaro (Paul du Toit), and a host of secondary characters who come to life almost immediately — if, in some cases, just to be quickly knocked off the board. And as some of these guest characters matter to the main three, they, like Rozon’s Issac, “use humor a lot to deflect feelings and deal with feelings.”But then, he felt the more fluid tone – which he described as “heart, humor, and hectic” — is essential to the show.“It s got to have that right mix,” he said. “All of that is a testament, in my opinion, to [showrunner] Jem Garrard. This lady is a powerhouse. She is incredible.”(Photo by Marcos Cruz/Vagrant Productions/SYFY)Garrard, who previously produced Android Employed, came to Vagrant Queen with an intensity and built out from the comic book’s initial six issue run, creating new situations fans of the book will begin to see as early as the pilot and a new major character with Amae. Introduced as the sister of one of Elida’s favorite bartenders, she joins the group as they are in bad need of an engineer and, so it seems, a mediator. “She is the glue that keeps [Elida and Issac] together because they are literally polar opposites,” Rozon said.Although, Rae believes theirs is “just a real-ass friendship where people are on their individual journeys and they do stuff for themselves, not necessarily thinking about the consequences or repercussions for others.”The nature of Elida and Issac’s friendship is another departure from the comic — where they seemed more like very uneasy allies — but as Rozon pointed out, the television series has more time to flesh out their shared history than the six-issue comic. He also thinks the comic book characters have as tight of a bond as their television counterparts. But what about their constant verbal sparring? “You can only be with your real friends when you call your real friends out, you know what I m saying?” he said.(Photo by Marcos Cruz/Vagrant Productions/SYFY)Of course, there is a reason they’re on each other’s last nerve when we meet them. Elida stole Issac’s ship last she saw him, and, last time he saw her, he was literally shooting her in the back. It should be a friend-ending moment, but when you see the ship in question, the Winnipeg. It will all make sense.Like all the great sci-fi shows, the Winnipeg serves as the program’s signature environment. It is both stylish and rough-and-tumble all at once. Perhaps smaller than the Serenity of Firefly or the Raza of Dark Matter, its faded walls, messy floors, and quirky layout will remind some of a long lost, but favorite spaceship toy from childhood. And, as Rozon told us, it is named after one of Canada’s toughest towns.“It s cold and it s nasty,” he said. “If you re from Winnipeg, you re tough.”The set itself is one continuous piece, allowing scenes to play out from the command module out to the loading dock or the individual rooms. And that sense of verisimilitude made it real easy for the actors to get into character.“This is it, man. This is the dream. This is what I signed up for,” Rozon said.(Photo by Marcos Cruz/Vagrant Productions/SYFY)Although, not everything in the Vagrant Queen galaxy can be a dream. Elida is still running from her noble birthright and a government hellbent on seeing her dead. Or, at least, it seems like that’s what they want. Their representative, Lozaro, may have his own reasons for chasing Elida. The two also have a history, but initially, flashbacks will be the only time we see him interact with her, as he is often two steps behind her or sequestered on his own ship.“It seems like he s in a different version of the show, but really he s just in his world, thinking his own little thoughts that he thinks are so legitimate,” Rae said of the character. Consequently, Lazaro’s scenes are some of the funniest, aided, of course, by the silliness of his Republic guards.The show goes out its way to give the guards little bits of character even as they are stuck in restrictive black armor. And to give you a little more of the show’s flavor, it wasted no time putting all three main characters in those costumes.“They re terrible,” Rae joked. “They look great but they are the worst costumes!”“There s one [eyehole], but it s in the forehead area,” making it almost impossible to see and stunt work comical, she recalled.“You can t gracefully walk around in them,” added Rozon, who also teased that videos of the group working in the costumes will surface at some point. Despite the difficulty of working in them, he said, “we had a lot of fun in those costumes.”(Photo by Marcos Cruz/Vagrant Productions/SYFY)But the fun to be had with the overt goofiness of Lazaro and the Republic guards is offset by the more serious elements of the Republic as the show’s antagonist force and the internal jeopardy for Elida — as much as she doesn’t want it, she was trained to be a queen. To Rae, that interior conflict (and its outward manifestations) may be the most salient aspect of the show.“I understood why she wasn t overly aristocratic because all of the monarchy, all of these aspects of her life had stopped her from understanding her true self,” she said. To put a finer point on it, “Elida” isn’t even the name she was born with, but Rae maintains it is the character’s true name no matter what the loyalists out in the galaxy might think.“Yeah, I wouldn t like [the loyalists] either,” she added. “So it was pretty easy to click into that.” Nonetheless, her past is something she will have to face at some point.(Photo by Marcos Cruz/Vagrant Productions/SYFY)“All of these things will be answered for you by the end of Vagrant Queen,” Rozon teased. “Jem s also really smart at setting things up. Everything s going to get dealt with.”Which, presumably, includes how and why Isaac ended up in deep space and Lozaro s real reason for chasing Elida.Vagrant Queen premieres on March 27 at 10 p.m. ET on Syfy.
How s the Artistry? Much of the series is beautiful to look at conceptually, but there s no getting around the sameness of the character design, the lack of expression in those big, soulless American-doll-style eyes, and the lifeless storytelling. Brian Lowry, CNN.com Telling the puppet characters apart sometimes proves a daunting challenge, and it s difficult to mount much enthusiasm for the task given the first episode s plodding pace. Rob Owen, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Like the original, it s an extraordinary technical achievement filled with stunning images and remarkable puppet work. And, also like the original, it won t appeal to everyone. Keith Phipps, TV Guide You can liken it to Lord of the Rings or Game of Thrones or any high fantasy series you like, but after ten magical hours it truly stands on its own as a gorgeous, innovative, emotional, joyous, and exceptional wonder. Allison Keene, Paste Magazine(Photo by Kevin Baker/Netflix)How s the Storytelling? A beauty with a fully realized world which seems to know where it s going and how to get there. Verne Gay, Newsday The thrilling, moving Age of Resistance marks an impressive pushback against the age of CGI. Sara Stewart, New York Post A good reminder that the fantasy genre is about taking a step toward something unfamiliar and then letting it take you away. Hank Stuever, Washington Post An astonishing achievement that will equally delight and disturb. Matt Fowler, IGN Movies The series (which has to fill five times as much screen time as the movie) is full of padding, especially in the tedious scenes of the vain, petty Skeksis squabbling with each other. The first episode opens with three and a half minutes of solid narration (Sigourney Weaver) to explain the fairly rudimentary set-up, and there are long, unnecessary detours that seem meant to expand the world of Thra, but are mostly just easily skippable filler. Josh Bell, CBR The film established a world that was strange and mysterious, but it barely skimmed the surface of its potential in its 90-minute runtime. The Age of Resistance writers are filling that blank space in a way that feels natural rather than superfluous. They’ve invented past conflicts, expanded the roles of characters from the film, and built a nuanced social order for the Gelflings that helps explain how the Skeksis came to power and maintained their grasp on Thra for a thousand years. The writers have also created numerous minor touches that add to the character of the world, like beautiful, somber rituals for the choosing of a new Gelfling leader, and a way of mourning that still embraces the show’s central philosophy that death is a necessary, important part of life. Samantha Nelson, The Verge(Photo by Kevin Baker/Netflix)How s The Voice Work? A few standouts in the impressively deep cast are worth mentioning here, and none more than Simon Pegg s incredible version of The Chamberlain. Fans will remember this devious opportunist from the original film, and Pegg is unrecognizably perfect taking over the role, becoming the most fascinating character in the series. Game of Thrones’ Nathalie Emmanuel also brings vibrancy and light to her unintentionally corpse-looking Gelfling, Deet, with her endlessly endearing voice work. Awkafina is a riot on the other end of the spectrum as The Collector, the pus-filled, whiny Skeksis along with Mark Hamill doing what he does best in a delightfully over-the-top performance as The Scientist. Kyle Wilson, The Lamplight Review Aside from the assurance of puppetry over CGI, the biggest draw to the series? Its incredibly stacked voice cast, which includes a who’s who of sci-fi/fantasy TV and film. They rise up to the challenge, with some of them clearly having a blast recording it. (On the Skeksis side, Mark Hamill, Jason Isaacs, and Simon Pegg are all highlights.) But in a season of television that has 180 speaking parts (many of them introduced at the same time), most of that celebrity voice cast gets a little lost in the shuffle. Michelle Jaworski, The Daily Dot(Photo by Kevin Baker/Netflix)Final Verdict? Simultaneously acts as a gift to fans packed with Easter eggs and a powerful primer for the uninitiated. Caroline Framke, Variety It s a rare and beautiful beast that s definitively an epic TV series, as well as feeling very easy to surrender to and bury oneself between luxuriously rich storytelling and gloriously beautiful pops of color. Kimberly Ricci, Uproxx One of the most remarkable productions in TV history, and one of the best modern fantasies ever made for the small screen. Erik Kain, Forbes Whether you re watching for fulfilled nostalgia or current pleasure, this is a whimsical, fun and entertaining series. Dan Fienberg, Hollywood Reporter Ultimately, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance prequel is a more than worthy successor to Henson s 1982 masterpiece while establishing itself as a master work in its own right. There is something for everyone in this exquisite offering. Nicole Drum, ComicBook.com Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance is a triumph of creativity and entertainment. Chris Cummins, Den of GeekThe Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance season 2 launches Friday, August 30 on Netflix
Think nothing new can be said about the legend of Arthur, Excalibur, and the Knights of the Round Table? Think again. In Netflix’s new big-budget, sword-and-sorcery fantasy series Cursed, the Lady of the Lake rises from the depths – of the English waters as well as relative literary obscurity, if you’ve only seen big-screen adaptations – to take center stage, portrayed by 13 Reasons Why star Katherine Langford. Merlin, Arthur, and other familiar names are here too, but in the series – adapted from the graphic novel by Frank Miller and Tom Wheeler – it’s Langford’s Nimue who drives the action, giving audiences a fresh and modern perspective on the world and its stories. Ahead of the series’ release on the streaming giant, Rotten Tomatoes correspondent Jacqueline Coley spoke to Langford, Miller, Wheeler, and series co-stars Devon Terrell, Gustaf Skarsgård, Shalom Brune-Franklin, Daniel Sherman, and Lily Newmark about the enduring appeal of the Arthurian legend, the unique spins they’ve given their famous characters, and how they prepared for – and endured – a 10-month shoot that called on them to become experts in swordplay, horse-riding, and, for at least one actor, foraging.Cursed is available on Netflix now.
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Join us weekly as Rotten Tomatoes reports on what s opening, expanding, and coming to the specialty box office. From promising releases from new voices to experimental efforts from storied filmmakers – or perhaps the next indie darling to go the distance for end-of-year accolades – we will break it all down for you here each week in Fresh Indie Finds. This week at the specialty box office, we return from the holiday break with some exciting new titles. We have the follow up to Makoto Shinkai s critically-lauded animation Your Name, a new harrowing thriller about radio broadcast gone horribly wrong, and a nostalgia-soaked comedy shot entirely on VHS starring Tim Robbins, Susan Sarandon, and Thomas Lennon. In our spotlight section, we have Terrence Malick s tale about a WWII conscientious objector, and in our indie trailer section, we catch up on a few note-worthy trailers that premiered over the past few weeks, including clips featuring Tye Sheridan, Ken Loach, and Kelly Reichardt.Opening This Weekend
chael Bay action flicks, have low Tomatometer scores, the new third installment is apparently pretty good. Bad Boys for Life, which is not helmed by Bay but reunites stars Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, is receiving rave reviews for a number of reasons, including its injection of heart into a 25-year-old franchise with a long-delayed second sequel. Smith and Lawrence’s chemistry, some thrilling spectacle, and a lot of laughs don’t hurt, either. In fact, this third helping is supposedly so good, you’ll want fourths.Here’s what critics are saying about Bad Boys for Life:Isn t this just a cash grab?Bad Boys for Life is a welcome surprise that shows a series willing to change with the times. Matt Goldberg, ColliderThis second sequel sincerely asks viewers to care about the inner lives of these two emotionally stunted cops… [and] it somehow pulls it off? (I’m as shocked as you are.) Matt Singer, ScreenCrushWill Smith and Martin Lawrence bring their A game, never letting us feel like they’re going through the motions. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyHow does it compare to the first two movies?The anticipated sequel… basically celebrates everything that worked about the first two Bad Boys movies. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendIt may not be as raw as Bad Boys, but it’s more human. It may not be as operatic as Bad Boys II, but, well, neither was The Ring Cycle. David Ehrlich, IndieWireThis new installment… is decisively the best of the trio; it actually has a heart, or what passes for one in a gigantic, slam-bang industrial enterprise like this. Todd McCarthy, Hollywood ReporterBad Boys for Life lands somewhere in the middle, retaining the ridiculous action of Bad Boys II while discarding the go-for-broke mentality in favor of a story about the importance of family. Matt Goldberg, ColliderIt’s a lot less egregious than Bad Boys II. (Low bar.) Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune(Photo by Columbia Pictures)Do you need to have seen the first two movies?If you’ve never seen a Bad Boys film, don’t worry… This chapter uses a few brief references to Bad Boys II, [but] that fact is inconsequential to the enjoyment of the film. Robert Daniels, 812filmreviewsI want to make it known now that I didn’t see the first two films in the franchise. The two previous films do not appear to be very necessary outside of character development. Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesHow is the script?Right from the first scene, the script is about more than clever excuses to get these guys back in cool sports cars shooting at bad guys. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushComparisons to Mexican telenovellas are adequate, so much so that the movie can’t resist having a character literally scream it. Evan Dossey, Midwest Film JournalBad Boys for Life careens into sheer stupidity in the final act, with a twist that would be unforgivable if not for the opportunity it affords Lawrence to deliver some of the film’s best jokes. Brent Hankins, The Lamplight ReviewBad Boys for Life does feel a bit long and there is a late out-of-nowhere plot twist that feels a little far-fetched even for these movies. Brian Truitt, USA Today(Photo by Columbia Pictures)Do Smith and Lawrence still have chemistry?It’s impressive and enjoyable to behold how easily Smith and Lawrence slide back into these characters and actually make them more accessible and fun to be around than before. Todd McCarthy, Hollywood ReporterIt’s always been about their friendship, and their love for one another. In every scene, every joke, and every insult, you feel that warmth shine through with the intensity of a lens flare. Robert Daniels, 812filmreviewsThese actors just click… The two actors with comedic backgrounds maintain a razor-sharp rapport that helps Bad Boys For Life sizzle in between its explosive action sequences. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendOne would think that chemistry might have diminished somewhat in the 17 years since the duo last teamed up, but if anything, it feels as though it’s gotten stronger. Brent Hankins, The Lamplight ReviewIf Bob Hope and Bing Crosby had a grenade launcher, it would end up a little like this. Jordan Hoffman, The GuardianAre there any notable additions to the cast?Paola Núñez [is] a commanding presence from the first time she enters the frame, and that electric new blood trickles down to the rest of her team. David Ehrlich, IndieWireOf the newcomers, only Núñez and [Alexander] Ludwig have any pizzazz. Jordan Hoffman, The GuardianDo we miss Michael Bay?Purists will probably balk at the notion of a Bad Boys without Bay — until they see it. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushAdil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah successfully mimic his style (sometimes doing shot-for-shot tributes) while also showing off their own chops. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendThe signature Bayhem is so prominent during the third act that one could assume he was directing the film! Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesMichael Bay is not missed. Todd McCarthy, Hollywood ReporterWhat’s lost in the exchange is that Bay often felt like the third lead in these films… his affinity for Miami-via-Hot Wheels is notably absent here, and is frankly missed. Conor O Donnell, The Film Stage(Photo by Columbia Pictures)How is the action?It feels more inspired by Asian action cinema than Bay’s oeuvre, but the stylistic shift is subtle enough that it’s in keeping with the old while still kicking ass like something new. Leigh Monson, Birth.Movies.DeathIn the rare instances when the action does erupt into genuine spectacle, the directors make sure to prioritize function over flashiness in a way that prevents your eyes from glazing over. David Ehrlich, IndieWireFallah and El Arbi’s biggest skill? Shooting car chases… Bad Boys For Life has some of the coolest-looking car scenes in recent memory. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendIt’s… gleefully, almost cartoonishly violent — piling up bodies as casually as Call of Duty, and letting the camera linger while they bleed. Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment WeeklyGreen screen adjacent motorcycle chases and digitally rendered flames can’t help but feel a bit tame after watching Bay demolish a Florida estate in a recklessly wanton firefight. Conor O Donnell, The Film StageAre there any good action sequences? No, not really. Evan Dossey, Midwest Film JournalIs it funny?Bad Boys for Life is not only intense, it’s hilarious. Robert Daniels, 812filmreviewsThere are a lot of we are old jokes, but I found a lot of this endearing. Mike Ryan, UproxxIt’s funny as hell. Leigh Monson, Birth.Movies.Death(Photo by Columbia Pictures)Are there any major criticisms?The only point where Bad Boys for Life starts to go off the rails is when it starts to follow Fast Furious too closely in hopes for setting up future installments. Matt Goldberg, ColliderThe tonal mixture just doesn’t quite work, resulting in the worst thing a Bad Boys film can be: generic. Evan Dossey, Midwest Film JournalI just wish the writers had avoided the layers of stereotypes they placed on our main Big Bad, Isabel Aretas. We’re talking stereotypes in stereo. Sherin Nicole, idobi.comAre we going to want more Bad Boys after this?I have never for one second cared whether they made a third film. Now that it’s here, I find myself genuinely shocked to announce I kind of want a fourth. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushFor the first time, yes, I hope some more Bad Boys come for me. Mike Ryan, UproxxThere’s a scene that teases a potential continuation of the story on screen here. And after sitting through this one, it was more of a promise than a threat. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendOverall, Bad Boys for Life is probably a wash, but it ends so well that I now find myself not entirely opposed to the idea of a fourth Bad Boys entry. Bilge Ebiri, VultureSmith and Lawrence are good enough to make these movies work for a very long time. Sherin Nicole, idobi.comBad Boys for Life opens everywhere on January 17. 游戏在玩法上和市面上的回合制卡牌游戏差别不大，虽然在玩法上根据其游戏背景做出了一些变动，但内核还是抽卡养成那一套。对一般玩家来说，这些独有的名词除了增加上手难度外，别无意义。作为一款卡牌手游，当然抽卡部分是不能不说的。