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9游战歌采用百度引擎5(Baidu 7)The Internet did it: The Snyder Cut of Justice League is happening, coming to HBO Max in 2021. The campaign to release the director’s version of the DC superhero team-up flick, and Warner Bros.’ move to do just that, arguably represents the single greatest act of “fan service” in movie history. But what does this move – and others like it (hello, redesigned Sonic!) – mean for the future of movies and filmmakers’ ability to take creative risks? That’s what we’re asking in this video deep dive into fan service, where we break down what exactly “fan service” is; take you through the history of fan campaigns and studios’ successful (and sometimes unsuccessful) attempts to please lovers of certain IP; and contemplate what it all means for some of our favorite franchises.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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但玩家总有看腻味的时候,近几年时间随着国产手游整体“精品化”的趋势,头部游戏的差异化明显,垂直细分领域的竞争也变得格外激烈。现在你再去单纯的抄一个“刀塔传奇”出来,基本上是没人愿意去做的,谁都知道现在的玩家不吃这一套了。 此外,拳头游戏也在一并努力推动手游的全球化,在国内,赛区职业化的基础设计已经逐步搭建完毕,未来《英雄联盟手游》的电竞版图会被如何绘制,值得人们期待。

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How well do one-time rom-com kings Matthew McConaughey and Hugh Grant know their own movies – and what the critics thought of them? Very well, it turns out. In our latest game of Name the Review, the two stars of Guy Ritchie s new gangster flick The Gentlemen face their critics and come out on top. The concept is simple: Each actor reads the other a line from a review of one of their films, then they have to guess the movie being referenced. In which film did McConaughey s facial hair give a stellar performance, according to one review? And which of Grant s movies was so good it s still at 100% on the Tomatometer? Find out in the video above, and be sure to play along – Grant s excellent charades skills will help you through.The Gentlemen is in theaters everywhere January 24, 2020.9游战歌再就是185版本,这款游戏是一款英雄合击版本的手游,除了是一款合击版本的游戏之外,别的游戏内容和游戏玩法,都是与复古传奇一样的,在角色十五级之后,就会让你选择第二职业,开启英雄合击玩法,除去这个玩法,与复古传奇不一样的就是这款游戏后续还有一个培养英雄的玩法了。

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Ready for another great Bill Murray performance? Because if early reviews are anything to go by, he delivers just that in writer-director Sofia Coppola s new dramedy, On the Rocks. In the film – which will screen in select theaters October 2 before releasing to Apple TV+ – Murray is Felix, the sometime-absent playboy father to Rashida Jones Laura, who suspects her husband of having an affair and enlists dad to help her get to the bottom of things.Critics so far are lauding the film from A24 and Apple Original Films as a charmer, with rich character work, plenty of wit, and a loving look at a New York City that will make fans of the Big Apple nostalgic for the pre-pandemic days of cocktail bars and curbside connection. In this exclusive clip, though, we re off the streets and inside for an intimate moment between Felix and his grandkids, in which he reveals that he might be a bit lax with the rules when he s playing sitter.On the Rocks is in select theaters October 2, 2020, and available to stream on Apple TV+ from October 23.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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VIOLA DAVIS PLAYS MICHELLE OBAMA IN SHOWTIME DRAMA(Photo by Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic; Leah Puttkammer/FilmMagic)Oscar, Emmy, and Tony winner Viola Davis will end her run on the Shonda Rhimes ABC drama How to Get Away with Murder this spring, but she’s already created her next big TV project. Davis will be an executive producer and star as Michelle Obama in First Ladies, Showtime’s upcoming anthology series that will tell the personal and political stories of our most interesting presidential wives.In addition to Obama, the first season of the series, created by author Aaron Cooley, will also include installments about Eleanor Roosevelt and Betty Ford. Cooley will write the series and also serve as an executive producer, alongside Oscar winner Cathy Schulman.CHRIS PRATT, JOHN TRAVOLTA, TOM HIDDLESTON: TV-TO-MOVIE STARS HEADING BACK TO TV(Photo by Michael Tran/FilmMagic)In more examples of why TV is where it’s at, a pair of former tube actors-turned-movie stars are headed back to the big screen.Parks and Recreation and Avengers: Endgame alum Chris Pratt is set to star in and executive produce the conspiracy thriller The Terminal List. Teaming with his Magnificent Seven director Antoine Fuqua, Pratt would play Reece, a Navy SEAL who is the sole survivor of an ambush on his team during a covert operation. With a fuzzy memory of the attack and concern that he was responsible, Reece returns home and finds out there are some surprising, sinister forced behind the attack. No network is yet attached to the project, which is an adaptation of a novel by Jack Carr and planned as a multiple-season drama.Meanwhile, Welcome Back Kotter and In a Valley of Violence star John Travolta will co-star with Kevin Hart in the Quibi series Die Hart, a comedy-action story in which Travolta plays an action star school instructor who has to teach a fictionalized version of Hart how to play an action movie star.Gray’s Anatomy and Bridget Jones s Baby star Patrick Dempsey will star in and executive produce Ways Means, a CBS pilot about a congressional leader who has lost faith in the political world, and partners with a member of the opposing party to try to “save American politics. The Night Manager star Tom Hiddleston will play the lead in the 10-episode Netflix political thriller White Stork. He’ll star as James Cooper, a man running for a seat in British parliament, whose campaign and personal life might be destroyed if a series of secrets from his past becomes public.MORE CASTING NEWS: LINDA HAMILTON S ON THE HUNT IN SYFY S RESIDENT ALIEN(Photo by Paramount Pictures)Linda Hamilton will play the recurring role of General McAllister, a high-ranking military official who secretly runs an alien-huting op in Syfy’s upcoming Resident Alien series. (Deadline)J.K Simmons and Bruce Dern will play warring brothers George Zax, the head of a family-owned pharmaceutical company, and Frank Zax, the black sheep of the family, on the upcoming fourth and final season of Amazon’s drama Goliath, starring Billy Bob Thornton.Zach Gilford, Kate Siegel, Hamish Linklater, Annabeth Gish, Henry Thomas, Michael Trucco, Rahul Abburi, Crystal Balint, Matt Biedel, Alex Essoe, Rahul Kohli, Kristin Lehman, Robert Longstreet, Igby Rigney, Annarah Shephard, and Samantha Sloyan will star in Midnight Mass, the next Netflix project from the creator of The Haunting of Hill House creator Mike Flanagan. The new series is about “an isolated island community experiences miraculous events — and frightening omens — after the arrival of a charismatic, mysterious young priest.”The 100 star Lindsey Morgan will star with Supernatural’s Jared Padelecki in Walker, the network’s Walker, Texas Ranger reboot. She will play Walker’s partner, M
With literally hundreds of films released in any given calendar year, not even professional critics who watch movies for a living can catch everything that comes down the pipe. As for general audiences, there are countless movies that open in just a few theaters in the biggest markets (i.e. Los Angeles and New York) before transitioning unceremoniously to home video, eluding the notice of most casual moviegoers entirely. Luckily, the staff at RT are here to offer up some recommendations for films we personally loved that quite possibly came and went from your local theater or never arrived at all without much fanfare. Maybe you re familiar with some of these and simply never got around to seeing them, or maybe this is the first time you ve heard of them; either way, there s a good chance you ll find something new and interesting in our list of compelling 2019 limited releases below.The Biggest Little Farm (2018) 91%It s difficult to describe the documentary The Biggest Little Farm without feeling as though you’re pitching a quirky sitcom: John and Molly Chester are an adorable married couple living in Los Angeles who, sick of the urban grind, decide to hatch a manic scheme: they’ll sink their savings into starting a farm! What the film offers, though, is a beautifully woven story of a family investing not merely money, but also their faith literally into the ground as they slowly construct a 213-acre biodynamic farm. Apricot Lane Farms was founded on a holistic approach, meaning every element on the property serves a connective purpose in the entire farm’s growth and survival (for example, the animals’ manure nurtures the soil, which then sustains the ground plants that feed their sheep, and so forth). Spanning an eight-year timeline, The Biggest Little Farm allows us an intimate look at the complex ecosystem at a working farm, depicting the high points – adorable animals, of course, including the marvelous Emma the pig – but also the low, such as the ongoing struggle with natural hardships and the impact of climate change on the Chesters’ utopian vision. Although it wanders into too-cute territory at times, The Biggest Little Farm is, at its core, an inspired look at the impact of humans purposely learning to coexist with nature. The perseverance and sincere aim of the Chesters is a heartening reminder that if we don’t give up on the Earth, she won’t give up on us.  Jenny JedinyAvailable on: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, iTunes, VuduFast Color (2018) 81%Julia Hart s Fast Color deserves your attention. The multigenerational family drama about a black woman with unexplainable powers played in just 25 theaters this year and had almost no marketing to speak of, but still managed to be one of the most poignant looks at the superhero narrative in the last decade. Instead of going bigger, Fast Color made everything smaller, keeping the stakes to the realm of the family, and exploring how the vast possibilities presented by superhuman abilities might be exploited in a dying world. Lorainne Toussiant and Gugu Mbatha-Raw give incredible performances as Bo and Ruth, an estranged mother and daughter bonded by trauma and their love of Ruth s daughter Lila (Saniyya Sidney). This Certified Fresh original film is a nuanced take on responsibility, guilt, and grief, effectively built inside a genre we all know and love.  Cate YoungAvailable on: Amazon Prime, FandangoNOW, Google Play, iTunes, VuduGreener Grass (2019) 81%Welcome to a twisted vision of American suburbia as if there s any other interesting kind in the movies. Greener Grass takes a pillowy sledgehammer to the trappings of upper-middle-class home life to a repellent extreme. There s courtesy : Neighbors spend minutes at four-way stop signs, imploring everyone else to go first. There s looking good : Everyone unnecessarily wears braces. There s jealousy : A woman puts a soccer ball under her dress for the pregnancy attention, and then gives so-called birth to it later. There s being disappointed in your kids : A dad thinks his son is a loser until his problem is solved after he falls in a pool and turns into a golden retriever. And there s being neighborly : A woman gives her friend her newborn baby for the hell of it of course, there s the matter of what happens when she wants it back Jocelyn DeBoer and Dawn Luebbe pull off triple duty as stars, writers, directors, the Tim and Eric of this placid, candy-coated nightmare. Comedies of this head-scratching and disgusting variety often fall under the direction of men, and they re normally repulsive to look at and listen to from the top down. That s their, uh, charm. But DeBoer and Luebbe use a more fanciful touch: The sets are carefully arranged and presented, the colors pop, and there isn t really the threat of imminent violence which of course makes this demonic comedy of manners all the more pressurized and chaotic.  Alex VoAvailable on: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, VuduHer Smell (2018) 84%I love Alex Ross Perry movies, but I’ve never been sure whether or not the writer-director has much love for people. Gifted at writing memorably vicious put-downs and mining agonizing tension from passive aggression, the indie filmmaker has made a name for himself with caustic chamber pieces about acerbic characters who are confronted by their own narcissism, only to emerge from the tumult even more misanthropic than before. Not so with Her Smell, the enfant terrible’s most redemptive film yet. Elisabeth Moss stars as tempestuous rocker Becky Something, whose abuse of her body and all of those within her proximity blazes a steady march towards self-immolation in the film’s first half. The slow-motion train wreck gives way to shaky optimism as Becky slowly rebuilds her life, haunted by past mistakes. This marks the director and star’s third collaboration, and Moss is astonishing as a musical dynamo who is too enthralled by the demons raging inside her mind to ever consider the damage she is wreaking upon colleagues and family. Her Smell is not just a vehicle for one of this generation’s greatest actresses, however; the ensemble is rich with some of the year’s best performances, from Agyness Deyn as a bandmate at the end of her rope to Eric Stoltz’s indefatigably patient manager. Perry’s evident affection for punk rock also infuses the set-pieces which are almost exclusively confined to green rooms and recording studios with an anarchic energy. Her Smell is an exhausting and rewarding testament to Moss’ power as a performer and evidence that Perry may be developing a soft spot for people after all.   Rob FowlerAvailable on: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, iTunes, VuduHigh Life (2018) 82%The last few years, we have been gifted with a glut of space films that have taken great pains to explore the way humans love and find meaning in the galaxy, but none will disgust and mystify you the way that Claire Denis’ High Life will. Anchored by an arresting performance from Robert Pattinson and haunting work from Juliette Binoche, the film follows a group of prisoners sent on a space mission to explore a black hole and jumps back in forth in time filling us in on how its passengers were taken out. Denis dismisses the sleek and lavish looks of films like 2014’s Interstellar or this year’s Ad Astra in favor of a minimalist design, and unlike those films, High Life chooses to retain its focus inward on the existential dread that pervades those aboard. In space, no one can hear you cry? Denis explores what really lies underneath the surface of human nature with poetic rigor. High Life is angry. It’s ugly. But it’s beautiful and even hopeful. You will see nothing else like this, and its hypnotic allure will draw you in and never let go.   Daisy GonzalezAvailable on: Amazon Prime, FandangoNOW, Google Play, iTunes, VuduThe Last Black Man in San Francisco (2019) 92%Change is inevitable, but that doesn’t make it any easier to swallow. The Last Black Man in San Francisco deftly captures the uncomfortable truths of change, both environmental and internal. The story follows Jimmie (Jimmie Fails) and his best friend Mont (Jonathan Majors) as they attempt to save the most precious thing in San Francisco: the house Jimmie’s grandfather built with his own two hands, now unlovingly left to rot by its new owners. Though his methods are not always… by the book, Jimmie is determined to do whatever he can to ensure the home of his dreams and the dreams of his forefathers aren t lost to the endlessly hungry monster that is gentrification. It’s a story of love and devotion, obsession and mythology, and above all, how difficult and disorienting change can be. It’s a familiar message to many living in quickly changing metropolitan areas: As money moves in, places once sacred are quickly consumed and repurposed for the new tenants. The Last Black Man in San Francisco explores the feeling of that change with poise, beauty, and of course, a lot of heartache. Visually, the film is stunning; shots are composed like paintings, with rich light bouncing off of deep saturation to create tableaus that look like oil paintings come to life. Fails and Majors’ easy chemistry and charming idiosyncrasies make it easy to root for them, even when they make questionable choices, while Rob Richert and Joe Talbot’s script gives them plenty to play with and surrounds them with an equally compelling cast of characters. But more than anything, The Last Black Man in San Francisco captures the beauty and suffering that is watching something you love die and become something entirely new, for better or worse. Haña Lucero-ColinAvailable on: Amazon Prime, FandangoNOW, Google Play, iTunes, VuduLittle Woods (2018) 95%Enjoying debut films tends to be an exercise in forgiveness.  They re made with limited resources, yet are under tremendous pressure to strive for perfection. They need to stand out long after the festival buzz has died down and hopefully become a career stepping stone for the filmmaker. As far as premiere films go, Little Woods definitely has a leg up, with stars Tessa Thompson, Lily James, and Lance Reddick.  However, the film ends up being a showcase for filmmaker and native New Yorker Nia DaCosta s poised voice as she puts forth a tense, emotionally honest look at what it means to be a woman living in rural poverty. Little Woods sometimes brushes up against romanticizing said poverty. The grit, rust, and long stretches of road at times feel poetic, rather than a harsh reality, but that s almost unavoidable with DaCosta s use of the gorgeous scenery that surrounds the film. The environment is a constant reminder that just outside of truck stops, fracking sites, and homeless encampments are natural riches the characters are rarely able to enjoy. Like Frozen River and Winter s Bone, these wide open spaces are both awe-inspiring and threatening. Tessa Thompson s Ollie and Lily James Deb are facing homelessness and an unwanted pregnancy unless Ollie manages to make some quick cash smuggling prescription pills across the Canadian border. However, Ollie is still on probation from a previous drug-running charge. Part heist and part rural noir, the film is still, at its core, an evocative, moving, family drama. If all this doesn t make you want to see Little Woods, maybe this will: DaCosta s been tapped to direct the upcoming Candyman reboot produced by Jordan Peele. Sara AtaiiyanAvailable on: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, iTunes, VuduLuce (2019) 90%In 2018, director Julius Onah gave us The Cloverfield Paradox, which came in at 19% on the Tomatometer; in 2019, he released Luce, which stunned at Sundance and went on to land at a Certified Fresh 93% – and just happens to be one of my favorite films of the year. Talk about a turnaround. Luce did well enough at the specialty box office when it was released in September, and has earned three Independent Spirit Award nominations – for Onah, for Kelvin Harrison Jr., who plays the titular overachieving high school student, and for Octavia Spencer, who plays the teacher who sees something off in him. Yet it confounds me that this complex drama (almost a thriller, in some ways) isn’t lighting up awards seasons and top 10 lists. Based on a play by J.C. Lee, who also wrote the screenplay, the story centers on teenaged Luce, a star athlete and student, who was adopted as a young child after spending his early years in war-torn Eritrea; when his teacher brings a troubling essay he’s written to the attention of his adoptive parents (a harrowed and perfectly cast Tim Roth and Naomi Watts), they’re forced to wonder if their son is as perfect – and level-headed – as he seems. It’s the kind of set-up that could get silly if overplayed by any of the actors or oversteered by the director, but the work here is subtle, the audience left to guess at the truth and various motivations. Harrison Jr., who many will have seen in Waves this year, is great as the terrify-er/charmer at the movie’s center, and Octavia Spencer gives one of the best supporting performances of any man or woman on screen this year as the teacher who seems to see him for what he is. Seriously: Nominate her. It’s a small story, contained, and at times it can’t shake off its stage roots, but it’s also somehow big and bold and about everything happening in America right now. Onah didn’t need to go to space to make his mark – he found liftoff in a drab suburban high school.  Joel MearesAvailable on: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, iTunes, VuduThe Nightingale (2018) 86%Jennifer Kent followed up her critically acclaimed horror film The Babadook (Certified Fresh at 98%) with this war story set in 1825 colonial Australia. Aisling Franciosi (Game of Thrones) plays Clare, an abused convict who has served out her seven-year sentence and is desperate to be free of her overseer, Lieutenant Hawkins (Sam Claflin) of the British military. When her husband Aidan (Michael Sheasby) retaliates for Hawkins refusal to release Clare, Hawkins and his men commit atrocities against her and her small family. Left for dead, Clare then finds herself on the road to vengeance, chasing the lieutenant and his men north, where Hawkins hopes to secure a promotion. Clare faces more brutalities along the road, with Aboriginal tracker Billy (Baykali Ganambarr) as the reluctant guide and unwilling protector of the traumatized and hostile young woman. A limited release in the States, the harrowing film was nominated for the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival, won several festival and critics awards, and took six Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts awards, including best film, screenplay, direction, lead actress, supporting actress, and casting. The Nightingale is also Certified Fresh at 87% on the Tomatometer with 220 reviews. “Jennifer Kent s The Nightingale is a film that bruises the soul,” wrote critic Clarisse Loughrey of the UK’s Independent. “One of the most powerful films yet seen about the country s colonial foundation and the cruelties that were an indelible part of it,” Sydney Morning Herald critic Sandra Hall wrote. Rolling Stone’s Pete Travers praised Franciosi: In Jennifer Kent s pulverizing revenge tale, Aisling Franciosi delivers a tour de force as an Australian woman determined to put a stake through the heart of toxic masculinity. You won t know what hit you.  Debbie DayAvailable on: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, VuduEsto no es Berlín (2019) 82%Director Hari Sama’s This is Not Berlin is a coming-of-age story through the lens of 1980s Mexico City’s underground arts scene. It follows 17-year-old Carlos (Xabiani Ponce de León) as he falls in love with punk music, discovers drugs, explores his sexuality, shaves himself an undercut, sheds his shame, and challenges the world around him. When the film begins, Carlos is quiet, the least inclined of his classmates to engage in violent brawls, despite the fact that his masculinity appears to depend on it. When he discovers a space filled with eyeliner and protest art, he’s all-in. And the rest of the film sees him navigating his place in that space, where his talents as an engineer can be leveraged to amplify his voice. Carlos’ transformation is beautiful, and Sama’s direction places us right there with him through every peak and valley. This is Not Berlin paints a gritty, deeply felt portrait of teenage angst — the pressures, the temptations, the desire to be understood and heard by the world.   Sophie-Marie PrimeAvailable on: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, iTunes, VuduVillains (2019) 85%Writer-directors Dan Berk and Robert Olsen s darkly comedic third feature is exactly the kind of oddball treat I tend to seek out when I m exhausted from heavy Oscar contenders and numb from blockbuster pyrotechnics. It s a fairly contained cat-and-mouse game of a thriller that makes the most of its dedicated cast, who all get individual moments to shine and look like they re having a blast with their characters. The setup isn t especially revolutionary: Petty criminals Mickey and Jules (Bill Skarsgård and Maika Monroe from It and It Follows  no relation) break into what looks like an ordinary house in search of a getaway vehicle, only to be confronted by the homeowners, George and Gloria (Jeffrey Donovan and Kyra Sedgwick), a disturbed married couple who just happen to have a young girl chained up in their basement. The tables quickly turn, before they turn again, and then again, but the moments in between are populated by off-kilter humor and little touches that almost  almost make you root for everyone involved, particularly thanks to a quartet of no-holds-barred performances. It s not the most subversive thriller, nor is it without a handful of predictable moments, but it s just weird enough, funny enough, and vicious enough to scratch multiple itches for me. Plus, Jeffrey Donovan s George, with his lazy drawl and mannered affectations, is the most charming psychopath this side of Ted Bundy, and he is just so much fun to watch. Ryan FujitaniAvailable on: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, iTunes, VuduLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.Thumbnail image: LD Entertainment, IFC Films, A24
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