第二，游戏可玩的模式还是很多，经典模式下就包括冲锋团队竞技、战术团队竞技、经典爆破、据点争夺、个人竞技，限时模式包括全年无休装卸货场、无限火力、军火之王、决战雪山之巅、狙击对抗、躲猫猫。其中，除了经典团战对抗，躲猫猫应该是最受欢迎的模式，玩家分为两个阵营，一个找，一个藏，这个模式相比于其他类型的手游，还是很具有吸引力和创新性。七宗罪游戏下载rs and streams on HBO Max on December 25, 2020.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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Josh and Benny Safdie had something of a coming-out party last year with Good Time, a kinetic thriller that showcased some of the best work of star Robert Pattinson‘s post-Twilight career. The Safdies decided to follow that up with another tense drama, this time starring frequent critical whipping boy Adam Sandler, and most critics agree the risk paid off in spades. In Uncut Gems, Sandler plays Howard, a New York City jeweler with a self-destructive gambling addiction who regularly places sporting bets with money that doesn’t belong to him. Howard comes into possession of a rare, uncut Ethiopian opal that captures the attention of NBA star Kevin Garnett, which leads to a series of ill-advised collateral swaps, basketball wagers, and mob-style shakedowns as he attempts to pay off his debts by selling the stone at auction. Critics say the Certified Fresh Uncut Gems is a relentless thrill-ride that amps up the anxiety at every turn and benefits from stellar work by its cast, especially Sandler, who had some folks pegging him for a Best Actor nod at the Oscars. He’s proven in the past that with the right material, he can pull off serious roles like nobody’s business, and this is quite possibly his best effort to date. The film is unnerving and propulsive, and it should lead to even bigger opportunities for the Safdies. [Note: This film opened in limited release on December 13, but expands into wide release this week.]
How has the God of Mischief grown over a decade of sinister tricks and foiled plans and even the occasional death in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? The man who plays him, Tom Hiddleston, sat down with Rotten Tomatoes for a deep dive to talk through just that. From learning he got the role of Loki in the original Thor – he initially auditioned to play the title character – and then stepping into his costume for the first time, all the way to the test screenings that ultimately saved his life after audiences reacted negatively to his Dark World death scene, it’s been a wild journey.Check out: First Reviews for Disney+ s Loki: Tom Hiddleston s Charisma Is Turned On Full ForceIn this exclusive extended interview, Hiddleston reflects on Loki’s most important moments and his approach to the character, as well as how he has adapted that over the years. Plus, he talks about his connection with Chris Hemsworth, the complexity of playing a villain it s hard not to love, and reveals what kind of Loki we can expect in the new Disney+ miniseries that bears his name.Loki launches Wednesday, June 8, on Disney+. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
第三个难操作的技能或许大家都想象不到，这个英雄就是在英雄联盟端游里面最常出现的亚索，亚索在LOL手游里面E技能需要玩家手动选择方向释放，操作起来并不是特别简单，所以这个在端游里面只是鼠标一直键盘一按就能实现的技能，在手游里面操作就非常的麻烦，而这么麻烦的技能玩家们想要在兵堆里流畅无间隔的释放，其难度可想而知。 In the 70-plus years since Isaac Asimov published his epic 1951 science fiction novel Foundation and its sequels — 1952 s Foundation and Empire and 1953 s Second Foundation — this space opera has inspired numerous movies and TV shows (and games, and comics, and other novels ). Not only can you see its influence in Star Trek and Star Wars, but elements of it have even turned up in Futurama.Now, after a few false starts, Asimov s influential trilogy is finally making its way to television courtesy of Apple+ and some familiar names. Slated to debut on September 24, the 10-episode show Foundation will be overseen by frequent Christopher Nolan collaborator David S. Goyer, with familial assistance from Asimov s daughter Robyn Asimov. The series is coming from Skydance Television, which previously produced the Netflix series Altered Carbon (which, not coincidentally, was also based on a classic sci-fi novel).In the intro to the show s first teaser trailer, Goyer noted that, People have been trying to make Foundation for over 50 years, and that the story is sprawling, [and] unfolds over the course of a thousand years. Ironically, the show s second trailer makes Foundation look a bit like the upcoming Dune movie, which is also based on a sprawling, multi-year sci-fi novel people have been trying (and usually failing) to bring to screens for years.(Photo by Apple TV+)Set in the far future, the show, like the novels, will follow as Hari Seldon (Jared Harris, pictured), the inventor of a new predictive science called psychohistory, who uses it to try and both slow and limit the impact of what he sees as the inevitable collapse of the Galactic Empire. Of course, this makes some people rather nervous, not the least of which is Hari, who s not only smart enough to invent a new kind of science, but also to know how the people in power will react to it.But while the novels are decidedly hard science-fiction stories, short on action and long on intellect, Apple+ s description of F
In 2018, Jordan Peele’s Get Out jolted the Oscars status quo by earning nominations for four awards, including a Best Actor nod for Daniel Kaluuya. It’s not totally uncommon for prestige to pluck a horror performance from the dirt and see it as the radiant flower it is: Ruth Gordon won an Oscar for her eerie turn in Rosemary’s Baby; Bette Davis got a nod for her freaky What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? role; and Jodie Foster, Natalie Portman, and Kathy Bates all took home Oscars for Silence of the Lambs, Black Swan, and Misery, respectively. But even when a horror performance is honored, a whole lot of people twist themselves into knots trying to say a film wasn’t actually horror — Kaluuya was nominated for a Golden Globe in the Musical or Comedy category.Ever since the premiere of Peele’s sophomore feature Us at SXSW, Lupita Nyong’o’s stunning performance as Adelaide and Red — two distinctly different but complementary versions of the same character — has been earning her high praise. Not since Jeremy Irons’ turn in David Cronenberg’s Dead Ringers has an actor in a horror film rendered such a complex psychological study of the self through twinning. Nyong’o’s transformation is physical and visceral and — pretty clearly — the caliber for awards consideration. So Peele kindly settled any debate before it began by tweeting: “Us is a horror movie.”In honor of all the actors who’ve toiled away in horror, either to be forgotten or snubbed, here are 13 horror performances we’ve adored – but which the major awards ignored.Essie Davis in The Babadook (2014) 98%(Photo by ©IFC Midnight)Before Jennifer Kent’s The Babadook premiered in 2014, Essie Davis was best known in America for her roles in The Matrix films and her portrayal of master sleuth Phryne Fisher in Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries (check it out on Netflix – it s a lot of fun). But grieving single mother Amelia was an opportunity for Davis to shine as a complex, terrifying anti-heroine haunted by a ghoulish children’s book character, and the death of her husband. Davis was so committed to the role that she lost her voice for three days after performing a wrenching 11-second scream on set. She told the Guardian, “It didn’t matter if I looked like s t and felt like s t every day, because that’s what it needed.” Her face — often in closeup — is puffy, with wild eyes darting in response to every creak in the house. Amelia is creepy and dangerous, and yet Davis imbues her with a sensitivity that makes her circumstance relatable and that much more horrifying.Toni Collette in Hereditary (2018) 89%When we look back on the scariest mothers of movie history, Toni Collette’s performance as Annie will likely hover around the number-one spot for a long while. Annie is unabashedly selfish with her time and art, quite different from so many of the doting mothers on film who give up their lives for their children. She both has pain and inflicts pain — indicative of the generational trauma of their family — which means she can’t really be boiled down into Good or Bad. Collette slams her whole body and being into this character for a riveting, histrionic performance that lays waste to restraint. Annie’s grief, laughter, and anger show themselves on the screen with Shakesperian levels of gravity and calculated artifice, and no one will soon forget the horrific contortions of Collette’s face as she wails in mourning for the dead. Also, against all odds, Collette somehow finds little slices of humor and humility in Annie. Miraculous. (Miraculous, too, that she was snubbed last awards season.)James McAvoy in Split (2016) 77%How many completely different characters does a guy gotta play in the same movie to get any awards talk? In Split, McAvoy embodies 23 separate personalities, ranging from a literal beast who can crawl up walls to a prim, post-menopausal woman in heels and pearls named Patricia. McAvoy said his favorite character of the bunch was actually a 9-year-old boy named Hedwig, who’s got a slight speech impediment and a whole lot of saliva when he talks. In that role, McAvoy chewed up the scenery, shoulders slumped like a bored child, bouncing off the walls with the energy of a kid who’s seen way too many shoot- em-up movies. McAvoy’s greatest craft trick, however, was in finding the silliness amid the horror, keeping the tension taut throughout those laugh lines, and then searching his way back to a more tender performance as Kevin Wendell Crumb, a broken man lost in his many identities.Nicolas Cage in Mandy (2018) 90%(Photo by © RLJE Films)It’s no secret that Nicolas Cage is known for throwing himself deeply into his roles, creating a kind of fun dance of them, seeing how far he can take the character with spontaneous emotional outbursts. Too many filmmakers simply rely on that Cage-iness when they cast him in their movies, but director Panos Cosmatos offered the actor real motivation with the character of devoted and then heartbroken Red Miller, whose quiet, sensitive side embraces his love, Mandy, with all his heart, before she is brutally ripped from him. Despite Cage’s character having to smelt his own battle axe, Cage himself is actually appropriately restrained and then only unhinged in rare moments when the narrative calls for it, but every emotion is grounded in grief and then wild and painful revenge. Cage co-star Andrea Riseborough as Mandy deserves more than a mention here, as well, having delivered an equally stellar performance that ranges from philosophical monologues to maniacal laughter.Betty Gabriel in Get Out (2017) 98%Betty Gabriel was filming a low-budget action movie called Beyond Skyline when co-star Frank Grillo recommended her for a role in Blumhouse’s The Purge: Election Year. Word had it that Jordan Peele was going to direct his debut feature and was looking to fill out a couple of roles. Gabriel showed up, and the rest is history. As housekeeper Georgina, Gabriel locates the heart of this supporting character — both the woman she was and the new woman who’s inhabiting her body. In one pivotal scene, her voice quakes as she says, “No. No-no-no-no-no-no,” her eyes — filled with tears — at odds with the smile on her face, as though she’s a dummy puppet and either part is being manipulated by a different puppeteer. This chasm in Georgina’s personality becomes her central tension and the source of so many skin-crawling scenes, with the underlying message that the scariest thing is not knowing yourself.Gong Yoo in Train to Busan (2016) 94%Yeon Sang-ho’s ultra-violent zombie action film earned a place in America’s hearts, not just because of its thrilling and bloody chase sequences, but because it’s really the story about a father’s sacrifice for his child. Gong Yoo plays Seok-woo, a busy, divorced dad whose young daughter has asked him to take her to be with her mother in Busan. Before he even gets on the fateful train with the girl, he already feels like a failure, unable to properly show love. Gong Yoo’s performance of this sad dad finding his way grounds an otherwise flighty narrative. Even in busy action sequences populated by hundreds of zombified extras, Yoo exudes a kind of nervous strength focused singularly on the survival of his daughter. Sang-ho also includes another dad in the film, Sang-hwa, played by Ma Dong-seok, who offers an extremely complementary performance to Yoo’s, displaying a kind of earnest courage, which Yoo feeds off of for the transformation of his character.Tony Todd in Candyman (1992) 77%(Photo by ©TriStar Pictures)Who can make you jump out of your skin and also yearn for his fateful embrace? The candyman can! Tony Todd’s presence in this frightfully ridiculous story rises above the material. The convoluted urban fairy tale features Todd as its boogeyman, called from his grave when his name is said in the mirror three times. Todd said he was immediately taken with the role, despite some misgivings around race in the story, simply because the imagery of gore in the city was something he hadn’t seen before. In 2015, he told IGN: “I’ve always wanted to find my own personal Phantom of the Opera.” That desire is evident in Todd’s melodrama and theatricality. He embodies and flaunts the grotesque, a mythically imposing figure with sweeping grand gestures that become impossibly romantic — even though the Candyman’s got a rib cage of bees! Todd’s resonant voice, wide smile, and mesmerizing eyes add up to one tempting, unforgettable villain.Jeff Goldblum in The Fly (1986) 93%(Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp. )It’s galling that, at first, the studio couldn’t see Jeff Goldblum as Seth Brundle, the brilliant scientist destroyed by his own teleportation creation. But perhaps they didn’t know that Goldblum would work out like a madman and drink coffee every waking minute of his days to embody the maniac his character would become — the Brundlefly. Cronenberg knew. As Brundle, Goldblum s natural charisma perfectly matches Geena Davis’ Veronica, a journalist who’s come out to a stranger’s apartment to check out his weird machines. Veronica’s inquisitiveness puzzle-pieces together with Brundle’s excitement, and the two settle into a lovely, if short-lived, romance. Where Goldblum shines is when he transforms into a wild man capable of snapping off a strongman’s arm in a bar. In one scene, the actor ad-libbed an entire caffeine-fueled, buzzy monologue about philosophy and science while Davis played off his energy as the straight-man. Even under pounds of goopy makeup, Goldblum makes his Brundlefly a sympathetic monster of circumstance.Sissy Spacek and Piper Laurie in Carrie (1976) 93%Director Brian De Palma was adamant that Carrie’s telekinetic outbursts were simply about teenaged angst, but young actor Sissy Spacek latched onto the idea that Carrie was “really about a young girl who is an artist who just wants to be normal,” and that the girl dreamed of expressing herself through poetry one day, but her fascist mother took it away from her. Spacek’s mythology of her character was so deep that De Palma at times just let her run off with the role, while he focused on specific shots. Her mannerisms equally evoke an innocent naïf and an all-powerful goddess, and her performance is matched only by that of Piper Laurie, who didn’t at first understand what would be required of her from the script, until she read it with the eyes of Lady Macbeth. The result of Laurie’s work is an unrivaled whites-of-her-eyes performance of Biblical intensity, glimmers of it present in Toni Collette’s Annie of Hereditary.Mia Farrow in Rosemary's Baby (1968) 96%Though Ruth Gordon was honored by the Academy Awards for her part as the nosy neighbor attempting to lure Rosemary into an orgy with the devil, Mia Farrow sadly was not, despite the arc of her emotions anchoring this nightmarish tale. Director Roman Polanski himself said he didn’t really have to direct her. He trusted her to come to these emotions herself, and he didn’t pre-plan or storyboard any shots, instead watching how Farrow approached the scene and setting up around that. Rosemary transforms from shy, childlike cheerleader wife to pregnant paranoid prisoner of a cult. The way she moves between gullibility and strength becomes so relatable, while the gaslighting becomes more and more absurd an accurate, if frightening, portraiture of a woman at the whims of her man and the devil he’s made a deal with. Her performance is so affecting that the calm and resolute demeanor she strikes when she’s made peace with her destiny is both surprising and inevitable.Isabelle Adjani in Possession (1981) 88%(Photo by Courtesy the Everett Collection)Three words: Subway tunnel scene. Andrzej Zulawski’s tale of an unearthly sex monster who’s taken hold of a Berlin housewife turns into high art because of Isabelle Adjani’s dedication to self-annihilation over the course of the film. Here, she plays Anna, one half of a marriage that’s suddenly imploding in hysteria and intrigue. Anna’s husband, played by an impeccable Sam Neill, attempts to search out where and with whom she’s been spending her time. When she is in the house, she’s erratic, cutting herself and her husband with an electric knife, eyes possessed. But in that tunnel scene is where the audience gets the full indication of how much Anna’s body is not her own, as Adjani flagellates herself with a milk carton, ramming her tiny frame into the tile walls, bathing in the spilled milk as though she’s communing with a higher, violent spirit. She barks and gasps with laughter until her body erupts with blood and green goop, and, holy wow, is it unnerving.Linda Blair in The Exorcist (1973) 83%Linda Blair earned an Oscar nomination for her role as possessed little Reagan, thank God, but lost out to another young actor, Tatum O’Neil, in the Supporting Actress category. Famously, writer William Blatty blasted George Cukor for leading a campaign to denigrate horror films as undeserving of an Academy Award, but Blair’s performance lives on, award or not. As the lovable Reagan (pre-possession), she gleams with innocence and precociousness, which makes that moment when she stands with blank eyes, cursing her mother’s fancy guests and urinating on the carpet, so shocking. The emotional flexibility it takes for a child to then be strapped to a bed, globbed with green makeup, hurling incredible insults at adults, is otherworldly, not to mention the physicality required of her to constantly thrash on the bed and yank at the straps on her wrists and ankles. Oh, lord, and then there’s the crucifix… We’ll just say it’s a tour de force performance most adult actors wouldn’t have the maturity to do, let alone a child.Jack Nicholson/Shelley Duvall in The Shining (1980) 84%Jack Nicholson and Shelley Duvall as Jack and Wendy Torrance are two sides of a terrifying coin. Jack is all action, while Wendy is reaction, their push and pull and friction grinding this film into brutal horror. One gets the sense that Nicholson was born to play his role of a sadistic alcoholic narcissist who blames his wife and children for his writerly failures, even though they’ve uprooted their lives to fulfill his dream of finally getting some free time to work on that novel. Nicholson is wild-eyed and untethered, some of his greatest lines (“Here’s Johnny!”) resulting from a multitude of takes meant to wear the actors down into lunacy. Duvall embodies pure, unadulterated fear, lip quivering, earth quaking beneath her. Nicholson’s performance lives on for its horror only because Duvall can deliver the uncertainty and panic, her arms limply but dutifully swinging a baseball bat at an approaching monster Wendy always knew lurked beneath.
七宗罪游戏下载 Almost two years have gone by since the last theatrical release in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and by the time Black Widow does hit screens (big and small) on July 9, that two-year marker will have passed. That puts a lot of weight on the shoulders of its titular Avenger (again played by Scarlett Johansson), but this solo, standalone superhero blockbuster is worth the wait, according to most early reactions from critics. While full reviews will come later, social media posts about Black Widow hint at another win for Marvel, with great action, plenty of heart, and the introduction of a new favorite character for the franchise.Here’s what critics are saying about Black Widow:Is it worth the wait?We finally have a solo Black Widow movie and it does not disappoint…the phrase better late than never really does apply to this film. Ferdosa Abdi, Geeks of ColorBlack Widow kicks ass. It surpassed my expectations. Simon Thompson, IGN MoviesI was pleasantly surprised! Britany Murphy, Geeks of ColorBlack Widow is exactly what fans have been waiting for! Gabriella Geisinger, Digital SpyBlack Widow was exactly what I d hoped for: a story about family and sisters that deepened Natasha s character development. Nicole Ackman, Next Best PictureBlack Widow is everything I ever wanted in a female led comic book film… To see a film led by women where they are strong, fierce, and kick ass warms my heart. Sharronda Williams, Pay or WaitI wanted to enjoy Black Widow, but it was a disappointment. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorIt s fairly unremarkable. Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist(Photo by ©Marvel Studios)How does it compare to other MCU movies?Black Widow is one of Marvel s best solo films. Start to finish, the movie is great. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comUltimately, I think it ll become an MCU favorite, especially in terms of solo films. Trey Mangum, Shadow and ActMore Winter Soldier and Civil War than anything. Fico Cangiano, CineXpressBlack Widow is really going to please fans of Captain America: The Winter Solider. The film shares a lot of blood… Fans who enjoyed the way Black Widow was written in that film will find a lot to love here. Meagan Damore, CBRBlack Widow feels like a Phase 1 Marvel movie in that it’s the most standalone story in quite awhile. That whole an MCU entry like you’ve never seen! trend, yeah that’s not this. Mike Ryan, UproxxBlack Widow is far from my favorite MCU entry, but there s still plenty to like for diehard fans. Dan Casey, NerdistGeneric, uninspired and ultimately lacking the Marvel Magic. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentDoes it do anything for the franchise?This is the kind of prequel story that feels bound to enhance other installments of the MCU. Perri Nemiroff, Collider[Black Widow has] a first half that s intimate and talky and kind of funny in a new way for the MCU; yes, I enjoyed this. Kate Erbland, IndieWireThis was something that we needed more of in the MCU and I am glad we finally got to see it. Britany Murphy, Geeks of ColorMarvel fans are going to really enjoy Black Widow. Lots of questions are answered with plenty of cool action… A solid addition to MCU. Germain Lussier, io9.comThis is a fantastic chapter in the MCU. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendBlack Widow doesn’t necessarily add to the larger MCU narrative. It has a singular focus and in the pursuit of telling a stand-alone story about Black Widow, it ends up being a much better film overall. It isn’t just a puzzle piece. Ferdosa Abdi, Geeks of ColorCate Shortland s vision for the MCU is bold, empowering, and utterly unmissable. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comRyan FujitaniHow is the action?It’s action packed with awesome fight choreography and great set pieces. Sharronda Williams, Pay or WaitBlack Widow is full of incredible action sequences. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyBig action set pieces are thrilling, propulsive and capably constructed. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionBlack Widow is a hard-hitting romp with thrilling action sequences, including a fantastic car chase. Brett White, DeciderActually bruising fighting and chase sequences. Kate Erbland, IndieWireFrom start to finish it is an exhilarating ride. Trey Mangum, Shadow and ActAtomic Blonde-level fight scenes. Anne Cohen, Refinery29Entertaining Bourne/Mission Impossible style action for sure. Rodrigo Perez, The PlaylistBlack Widow is Bourne meets Bond meets Terminator. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comBlack Widow wants to be Bourne Identity but ends up more like Bourne Legacy. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmSome overly long action scenes disrupt its pacing. Gabriella Geisinger, Digital SpyHow is it to see Black Widow in the spotlight?Watching Natasha at the forefront rather than sidelined was a joy to see as a fan of the character… wish we had more solo time with [her]. Britany Murphy, Geeks of ColorIt is so good to see Natasha again even if she feels like a side character sometimes. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyScarlett Johansson was a treat when she’s on the screen. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorScarlett Johansson finally gets to pour everything into the role. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comAnyone who has followed the character s film journey closely will be rewarded. There are a lot of effective payoffs here. Meagan Damore, CBRThe big problem is we know Nat so well by now, she gets hugely outshined by almost everyone else in her own movie. Germain Lussier, io9.comRyan FujitaniWho shines the brightest?Florence Pugh as Yelena is the star, bringing lots of charm, humor, and emotion. Nicole Ackman, Next Best PictureFlorence Pugh steals the show. Fico Cangiano, CineXpressFlorence Pugh steals the show, as she always does, with a hilariously down-to-earth performance that might also make you cry? Anne Cohen, Refinery29Florence Pugh steals the show… Get ready to welcome Yelena THEE Belova to the MCU. Trey Mangum, Shadow and ActBlack Widow is an excellent introduction to the character. Florence Pugh s performance is pitch-perfect as Yelena. Ferdosa Abdi, Geeks of ColorFlorence Pugh as Yelena Belova is an ABSOLUTE STANDOUT. Marvel fans will ADORE her… She’ll be an instant fan favorite. Meagan Damore, CBRFlorence is one of the bright spots, she s hilarious and perfectly vulnerable. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmFlorence Pugh rules. Fico Cangiano, CineXpressFlorence Pugh steals the show. Mike Ryan, UproxxWhat about when Johansson and Pugh are onscreen together?Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh are fantastic! Sharronda Williams, Pay or Wait[Pugh’s] chemistry with Scarlett Johansson makes the movie what it is and provides a lot of laughs! Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyWith two phenomenal, BADASS female leads in Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyScarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh nail the banter and ballet-like stunts. Courtney Howard, Fresh Fiction(Photo by ©Marvel Studios)Does it work on an emotional level?Besides all the laughs, there is some heart in Black Widow as well with great lessons about family that might have fans shedding some tears. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyThe relationship is so fun to watch develop and fits into the MCU history really well. You re gonna feel things. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comMaybe it’s because I’m super close to my sister but I couldn’t get enough of the Natasha/Yelena relationship — from the bickering to the more heartfelt moments. This is my kind of twisted family film. Perri Nemiroff, ColliderThe movie s heart, and display of a broken family, hit me hard. Very much appreciated this deeper dive into Natasha. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendThis took me by surprise, but Black Widow managed to make me cry…really opened the floodgates for me. Bring tissues! Meagan Damore, CBRThe entire family subplot doesn t work because there is little to no chemistry between the characters. I get what the writers were going for but the emotional hook isn’t there. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentDoes anyone else in the cast stand out?David Harbour is another great addition to the MCU and delivers a lot of fantastic one liners that will have audiences laughing and begging for more from the Red Guardian! Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyDavid Harbour is absolutely terrific. Brandon Davis, ComicBook.comDavid Harbour is doing a thing. Mike Ryan, UproxxDavid Harbour has some scene-stealing moments as Red Guardian and Ray Winstone he s great. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comRachel Weisz is wonderful. Jenna Busch, VitalThrills.com(Photo by ©Marvel Studios)How is its villain?Taskmaster is one of the best villains from Marvel Comics and is too underused in this film but looks great when in it. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyI definitely didn t expect to love Taskmaster as much as I did, but what a beast of a character. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comSomewhat disappointed with Taskmaster. Fico Cangiano, CineXpressThe only con I d say is the Taskmaster stuff isn t that fun. Trey Mangum, Shadow and ActThe villains never felt like threats, and Taskmaster’s potential was wasted. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorWill it leave us wanting more Black Widow?It left me wanting to campaign for another Black Widow movie so, some things never change. Brett White, DeciderIt is a great set up for things to come! Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyCan’t wait to see more of Yelena. More sarcasm and action please!.. May her era be fruitful because lord knows we need a proper Black Widow film series. Ferdosa Abdi, Geeks of ColorAnd should we stay for an end credits scene?Don t miss that end credit scene it truly delivers and will give CHILLS to Marvel fans. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyStay to the very end. It’s a biggie. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionKNOCKOUT end credits scene!! Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendBlack Widow opens in theaters and on Disney+ with Premier Access on July 9, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.