华体会官网app下载采用百度引擎3（Baidu 7）Best Sci-Fi Movies of 2019 (And The Worst)2019 is one of those movie years that sees cosmic superheroes, unstoppable syndicate assassins, and crime-solving pocket monsters with regularity, making it harder for science-fiction films to dazzle us with their subversions of the norm. That means they ll just have to be more creative in this day and age, and you ll find the ones up to task on our list of the best sci movies (and the worst) of 2019! ( The worst implying you ll also find the ones that aren t). The offerings this year include big-budget spectacles (Godzilla: King of the Monsters), mid-budget mindblowers (I Am Mother), a Michael J. Fox-featured time travel joint (See You Yesterday), and even something from genre wanderer Keanu Reeves (Replicas). As with our other genre lists (2019 s best in horror, comedy, and action),each sci-fi movie needed at least 20 reviews for inclusion. Distribution method was not a factor. It s the future, baby!Last updated 10/28: Terminator: Dark FateBest Movies of 2019 | Best Horror Movies of 2019Best Comedies of 2019 | Best Sci-Fi Movies of 2019Best Action Movies of 2019
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Bridget Jones's Diary (2001) 80% #16Things Bridget Jones is prone to: accidents, fantasizing about sexy coworkers, worrying about her weight, and running mad into the snow wearing tiger-print underwear. All totally relatable things, so it s no surprise she s the highest-ranked romcom heroine on this list. It also doesn t hurt that, at their best, Bridget s movies are what romantic comedies aspire to: They re fun, cute, and just when it feels like everything s about to fall apart, there s the exhilarating little twist at the end that leaves watchers feel like they re floating on air.
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4.52.1 5月喜迎If you commit to releasing at least one new film on your streaming service every weekend in a given year, you have to accept the fact that not all of them are going to be winners. That isn t to say Netflix s latest genre film, Kate, failed to impress any writers at all; it just didn t quite reach the critical heights of its similarly themed Gunpowder Milkshake from just a couple months ago. Mary Elizabeth Winstead plays the titular character, an elite assassin who botches a hit on a yakuza boss in Tokyo and finds herself poisoned in the process. With only 24 hours to live, Kate goes on the hunt for her killers and unexpectedly forms a friendship with the young daughter of one of her former targets. Critics say Winstead does her best to hold Kate together, and the action is serviceable enough, but with the deadly female assassin out for revenge subgenre currently in full bloom, there just isn t enough to set the film apart.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019) 52% When you re tasked with wrapping up a widely beloved film franchise that spans almost half a century and has inspired a uniquely passionate fanbase unrivaled by any other, you kind of have to accept the fact that you are likely not going to please everyone with the final result. In other words, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker was almost guaranteed to be divisive, even with J.J. Abrams back in the director s chair. The story here picks up some time after the events of The Last Jedi, as Poe (Oscar Isaac), Finn (John Boyega), and the rest of the Resistance rally to take out the remnants of the First Order. Meanwhile, Rey (Daisy Ridley) has been training in the ways of the Jedi, but finds that her fate is intertwined with that of Kylo Ren (Adam Driver), and the pair must figure out what that means for them and for the future of the galaxy. Critics say that The Rise of Skywalker is an earnest effort to tie up loose ends and close the book on the Skywalker Saga, but its plotting is somewhat basic and uninspired, and at times, it feels as though the film is going out of its way to undo any perceived wrongs committed by its predecessor. That said, it s still a briskly paced adventure that smartly relies on the talents of Daisy Ridley and Adam Driver, introduces some fun new characters, and offers enough fan service to tickle most fans nostalgia bones. There s no guarantee that you ll love this or hate this if you re a Star Wars fan, but taken on its own merits, it s still a reasonably entertaining spectacle.
(Photo by ©History Channel)In the Vikings Season 6 midseason finale earlier this year, brothers Ivar and Bjorn shared a dream-like sequence on the beach while the battle between their respective armies raged around them. Ivar, who at that point had the upper hand, calmly and cloyingly assured Bjorn that he lost favor with the gods long ago, and that he was destined to lose this war. The episode then ended with the shock of Ivar’s sword stabbing clean through his brother’s abdomen. Bjorn falls to the ground, possibly dead, as the rest of his army retreats from the Rus around him.While Vikings is no stranger to the season finale cliffhanger, this one in particular left us with a lot of question marks as they relate to our hero Bjorn. Is he dead, or will he live to fight another day? Is there the possibility that the stabbing was also part of a larger surreal dream sequence? What could possibly be next for our viking hero?If you’re like us and have been waiting for months to get answers to these questions and more, you’re in luck: The final season premiered in full Dec. 30 on Amazon Prime Video before it’s set to debut in weekly installments at its original home on History. To talk about the big premiere, we jumped on the phone with the actor behind Bjorn himself, Alexander Ludwig, and creator and showrunner Michael Hirst. Warning: If you haven’t yet watched the season 6B premiere, we recommend you stop reading this article, as THERE ARE MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD!(Photo by Bernard Walsh/©History Channel)Now, with the proper spoiler warning behind us, let’s talk about the bleeding elephant in the room: Bjorn, indeed, is dead. He survived the battle at the end of 6A, but is gravely wounded and expected to pass from infection. But miraculously from his deathbed, with the Rus army returning to battle, he musters the energy and the courage to put on his armor and ride into battle with all the viking armies of Norway at his back. Uniting them all in a way that King Harald couldn t, Bjorn saves his home country and forces Ivar, Oleg, and the rest of the Rus army to retreat. It’s while leading the vikings into battle that he takes a round of arrows to the chest and dies a hero atop his horse, leading the charge.“I felt like it was the send-off that the character deserved and that the fans deserved—and what I loved about it was it definitely wasn’t something that most people would’ve expected,” Ludwig says of his beloved character’s final moments. “It was such poetic justice… In those final moments for Bjorn, he’s finally become the man that he always hoped he could be and that his father always knew he could be. I really couldn’t have asked for a better send-off.”(Photo by Jonathan Hession/©History Channel)Hirst says that while Bjorn has accomplished some great things, up until this point, his life “hasn’t altogether been a success,” considering his poor decisions while ruling Kattegat, his inability to win the kingship of all Norway (“He didn’t come out of that looking very smart”), and his consistent mistreatment of the women in his life. Throw into the mix his mounting heartbreaks and losses in the last season alone with the deaths of his son and unborn child, his mother Lagertha, and the leave of his brother Hvitserk after he pledges allegiance to Ivar, and Bjorn was in quite a low spot for a man who was expected to live up to the legacy of his father, Ragnar.“In some senses, if he died only having done those things, his life might not have lived up to the expectations of Ragnar Lothbrok; it could’ve been not a memorable life,” Hirst admits. But having died in battle while uniting the viking kingdoms against the Rus and essentially sacrificing himself in the process? That was “completely redeeming,” Hirst says. “He summons up extraordinary willpower to do something quite remarkable and to save his country. So his ending is tragic and heroic and wonderful all at the same time. And I was so pleased to come to that ending for him. I think he deserved to be redeemed. His last actions and by what he did, he was certainly the son of Ragnar.”Bjorn, for what it’s worth, seems to know that he could have been a better man in this life. “I wish with all my heart I could go back and start again,” he laments in the premiere, wounded and bedridden. But it’s in part his guilt that drives him to do the courageous thing in the end.(Photo by Jonathan Hession/©History Channel)“I think it’s less him being forgiven by others and more about him forgiving himself,” Ludwig posits of the character’s redemption arc. “He’s finally been able to forgive himself for simply being human. That, to me, was a really beautiful moment to be able to play. It certainly wasn’t an easy one for me to do, and I’m so grateful for the opportunity.”So it’s with a heavy heart that we report Ludwig’s time as Bjorn has come to an end—at least as the living-in-the-flesh version of the viking we’ve come to know. (Both creator and star refused to say if we see more of him later in the final season.) The actor first made his debut as Ragnar’s son a whopping six years ago, and he has in turn grown up himself onscreen with the role.“When Alexander joined us, he was very young, and he behaved like it!” Hirst says with a laugh. “He had a very puppy-ish way about him. He was very spirited and full of youthful energy, and he was so in awe of the show and where he was and being cast and he loved everything about it. One of the great joys was to watch Alexander mature as a man and as an actor until he could carry the show, as it were. He [now] looks like a man who has been through many, many difficult circumstances and situations. He does no longer look like a puppy.(Photo by ©History Channel courtesy Everett Collection)“We put him through some pretty tough experiences, and he did it, he did everything totally uncomplainingly,” the creator continues. “And he was on the show for a long time! If you think about it, the show is really about him because it starts with him being a young boy and it ends with his death many, many years later. Meanwhile, both of his parents have died, and he’s a consistent factor in the whole show, him and his younger self. I hold him in the highest esteem.”Ludwig says that he was lucky to know from the start that the total of Bjorn’s arc would be a great one. He’s known for some time, too, that Bjorn’s end was near. The biggest challenge along the way was also the greatest pleasure: growing and developing with the role and rising to the new demands of each episode, each season. And finally, the concluding moments of the character dying while sitting horseback, sword drawn, came together after much conversation between Ludwig and Hirst.“Michael sat me down and pitched the idea of what he was thinking, and he said he wanted it to be reminiscent of El Cid [with Charlton Heston], and I felt like that would be amazing,” Ludwig says. “Furthermore, it was important that Bjorn help carry this story over, and I felt like it was such an ingenious idea for Bjorn to leave at the beginning of the season as opposed to the end, because I don’t believe it’s nearly as predictable. It gives room to really conclude the story for the other brothers.”(Photo by Bernard Walsh/©History Channel)As far as what he’ll miss most? Well, sometimes, it’s about the vikings you meet along the way.“I will certainly miss the opportunity to explore this kind of growth of a human being and eventually a leader, but I also loved the world; I loved everything about this show, but most important, the family we created,” Ludwig concludes. “It sounds so cliche, but it’s so true. I spent six years with the same crew, the same cast (give or take). I spent 11 months out of the year [filming] in Ireland for six years. So it’s bittersweet because I’m so grateful to be back home surrounded by my friends and family because I miss them so much, but I’m also gonna miss my other family, and that’s the family I created in Ireland.”Part 2 of the final season of Vikings premiered December 30, 2020, on Amazon Prime Video.
(Photo by Lucasfilm/Disney+)FALL 2021 TV SURVEY: 30 MOST ANTICIPATED RETURNING SHOWSFor Rotten Tomatoes’ annual Fall TV Survey, we asked our users what they’re most looking forward to in the coming TV season and to reflect on the best shows from seasons past. Over 1,000 of them got back to us with their picks for fall.The first question in our Fall TV Survey asked which returning shows fans are most looking forward to. Readers were allowed more than one vote, which, we decided, would have been cruel.Led by season 2 of The Witcher, the most anticipated returning shows of fall also include top titles The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel season 4 (expected, though not confirmed), Cobra Kai season 4, and two series that have already begun their run, American Horror Story: Double Feature and What We Do in the Shadows season 3.Read on to find out all of Rotten Tomatoes users’ most anticipated returning series.Disagree with the survey results? Tell us in the comments who you think should have made the list or have been ranked higher.
Dark Phoenix brings the current X-Men saga to a close, but according to critics, the film ends the franchise with more of a whimper than a bang. Despite its stellar cast, the involvement of longtime franchise writer/producer Simon Kinberg (who makes his directorial debut here), and an iconic storyline taken straight from the comics, the would-be blockbuster only managed a 23% on the Tomatometer and failed to win its opening weekend at the box office, falling second to the animated sequel The Secret Life of Pets 2 by almost million.But what did average moviegoers think of the movie? Dark Phoenix currently sports an Audience Score of 64% that s more than 40 points higher than the Tomatometer score so we decided to comb through the user reviews to get a sense of why the film resonated more with regular moviegoers than the critics. As we ve found with other films, it really came down to audiences being more forgiving of some of the film s flaws. Were there those who outright loved the movie? Absolutely, but there was a wide range of opinions offered, and we ve collected some of them below. Check out the user reviews of Dark Phoenix and let us know what you thought of the film, and these reviews, in the comments. (Note, some of the reviews have been slightly edited for length and grammar/spelling.)(Photo by Doane Gregory/20th Century Fox)How is the writing?Horrible writing It felt like the writers of this movie knew nothing about the characters besides maybe what had come before from the Fox X-Men universe. Nate 4, 0.5 starsNot as bad as people are making it out to be. It is watchable. It is, however, very cheesy, and there is not really a solid plot/storyline to drive the movie forward. It was kind of sloppily done. Bianca F., 2.5 starsHave always been a huge fan of the X-Men. However, this felt rushed, like trying to tie up ends. The premise was great and the material was there, but the delivery was all over the place. Michelle, 3 starsLiked the effects. Disliked the departure from the original storyline. No character development.– Al-kareem T., 3 StarsNot too complicated of a story. R, 4 starsWhat about the acting?People keep saying this movie is unwatchable and terrible. IDK what those people are watching, but I was glued to the screen the whole time. Yes it has its problems like any movie but I enjoyed it. Sophie did a good job! Carlos, 3 starsIt s just not the same since Wolverine is not in it any more, and I wasn t really crazy about what happened to Raven. I m still a big fan of Michael Fassbender, who played Magneto. If it weren t for him, the X-Men would just completely suck. Northside Movie Critic, 3 starsThe movie wasn t perfect, but it isn t entirely bad. Sophie Turner, Michael Fassbender, and James McAvoy lift this movie, which suffers from very minimal action sequences. Uma M., 3.5 starsSophie Turner dazzled as both hero and villain in this powerful finale to the X-men series. This movie had the best character development, and Jessica Chastain was very well played as a mysterious villain. Jaylon, 4.5 starsI have no clue what all the hate is about. I loved this film. The tone, the VFX, and the score were all breathtaking. McAvoy and Turner stoke the show with astounding performances. 10/10 would watch again. Rodger C., 5 stars(Photo by 20th Century Fox)How is it as an adaptation of the Dark Phoenix Saga?Somehow Fox managed to make a worse Phoenix movie than X-Men: The Last Stand. Nate 4, 0.5 starsWas hoping this movie would stay more true to the comic. Well, sort of? Charles, 2 starsI just don’t think anyone has figured out how to tell the Dark Phoenix story adequately yet. Adam E., 3.5 starsIt s not ANYWHERE NEAR as bad as I was afraid it would be or the critic reviews are saying it is. That doesn t mean it s amazing, though. It does have its problems if it s trying to be THE Dark Phoenix Movie, but it never could have been with the underdeveloped characters they were working with. At least I didn t walk out saying, I can t believe The Last Stand was the GOOD Phoenix movie. It s missing some very crucial aspects of the Phoenix Saga that made it great that significantly disappoints, particularly in the third act. Very sad it s not the Phoenix movie I ve desperately wanted since I was a kid. Darknight Crawler, 4.5 starsHow are the visuals and action sequences?The makeup work on mystique looked even worse than in Apocalypse. The CGI looked like something that would have impressed if this came out in the early 2000s. Nate 4, 0.5 starsLoved the fight scenes. It needed more refinement and lacked the finesse of The Avengers. Loved the traditional power hand gestures. Very indicative of mutant powers. Xavier, 2.5 starsCasual moviegoers or those with extra cash will enjoy this. A very decent film with great visuals and special effects. Rohit S., 3 starsHow can you have an X-Men movie and not put the mind-blowing mutant powers on display? That was my only concern. Thanks to the extensive re-shoots, the train sequence has become the best battle in the entire X-Men film series. Uma M., 3.5 stars(Photo by 20th Century Fox)How does it compare to the other X-Men movies?X-Men: Apocalypse wasn t very good. This one was worse. So many deviations, it was ridiculous. James R., 2 starsIt’s better than The Last Stand and Apocalypse. Carlos, 3 starsNot a bad film, but not a good one either. If you were expecting it to be like Avengers, Venom, or like even previous X-Men films, it’s not the same. But it’s not a bad X-Men film, and if you really wanted to see it, or you’re a big X-Men fan, I think you’ll like it. Rohit S., 3 starsIt s not the best X-Men movie, but I think it s a step up from the previous one, and it was enjoyable, even though it felt a bit rushed towards the end. Daniel M., 4 starsBest of X-Men series in a while. Great story and action. Phoenix Rises, 4 starsThe reviews are totally wrong about this one. This was a massive improvement compared to The Last Stand. Jaylon, 4.5 starsIs it a fitting end to the franchise?Sad ending to this franchise. Maybe Disney will do better. Charles, 2 starsFox had an opportunity to let us say goodbye to these characters before the Disney/Fox merger. Instead of a Logan-type ending, we were left with nothing really changing in this world, just like a typical superhero movie. Ryan K., 2.5 starsNot the worst X-Men movie, but not the best way to end the first true superhero movie franchise. Erick, 3.5 starsI do recommend seeing this in theaters, if only because it s a decent enough goodbye to the X-Men franchise we ve known for 19 years and a glimpse of what Marvel will be doing again in, say, 12 years? See you then Darknight Crawler, 4.5 starsCheck out all of the user reviews for Dark Phoenix so far. Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.