www.bob.com采用百度引擎8（Baidu 8）Everyone is about to find out the answer to the question: Who would win out of Godzilla and King Kong if they were to go toe-to-toe in a rock-em-sock-em city-destroying brawl (or several brawls)? That’s kinda the entire premise of the MonsterVerse’s latest movie, Godzilla Vs. Kong. But which of these two icons of cinema would come out on top if the playing field were…. Dancing with the Stars? Or, say, The Great British Bake Off? Ahead of the new movie’s release, Rotten Tomatoes correspondent Nikki Novak sat down with the huge cast – which includes Millie Bobby Brown, Alexander Skarsgård, Demián Bichir, Rebecca Hall, and more – to see which monster they think would dominate on various reality TV shows. It wasn’t all fun and games, though: Novak also went deep on the long-coming clash of the titans, asking Brown, Skarsgård, Bichir, Hall, and fellow co-stars Julian Dennison, Eiza González, and Kaylee Hottle, what it was like to share the big screen with the big guys and how they worked to bring a bit of heart and soul to all the mayhem. Plus, director Adam Wingard reveals that he wanted the movie to be even bigger (!) and why audiences should keep their eyes peeled for action movie easter eggs.Check out our podcast: Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong About Godzilla: King of the MonstersGodzilla Vs. Kong is in theaters and available on HBO Max from March 31, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
The wait is finally over: After being delayed more than a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, A Quiet Place Part II – the sequel to the smash hit 2018 horror film – finally arrives in theaters for Memorial Day weekend. And it’s already Certified Fresh, with critics calling it a triumphant return to the post-apocalyptic world where any sound you make could be your last.Ahead of the movie’s release, Rotten Tomatoes Editor-in-Chief Joel Meares sat down with writer, director, and star John Krasinski to talk about keeping the tension high for round two, squirreling away ideas for a third movie, and why he decided to make young Regan (Millicent Simmonds) the hero of the sequel. Plus, Simmonds, co-star Emily Blunt, and new stars to the franchise Cillian Murphy and Djimon Hounsou talk working with Krasinski and the emotional bonds that make the film as moving as it is terrifying.A Quiet Place Part II is in theaters Friday May 28, 2021. On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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4.88.3 1月喜迎(Photo by Neon)Best Picture Nominees 2020, Ranked by TomatometerFrom comic-book movies to international arthouse black comedies to a movie without any letters in its title, the 2020 Oscars Best Picture nominations are representing a diverse bunch (no commentary on the acting nominees). Beyond your Parasites and Jokers, Greta Gerwig s Little Women made it in, though without a nod in the Best Directing category; comedies, usually ignored, actually made a showing with Jojo Rabbit and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood; and Netflix continues to squeeze the major studios with The Irishman and Marriage Story.But which is the best of the Oscar-nominated bunch, according to critics?The Academy has opted to nominate nine 2019 films that depict the best the year had to offer, and now we ve ranked them all by Tomatometer! And see the full list of nominations here!
Jordan Peele has arguably exceeded the impossibly high expectations for his sophomore effort, Us. Our pick for 2019 s official Scream Queen, Lupita Nyong o, was praised in turn as Adelaide, the matriarch of the family at the center of the film, and her eerie doppelganger. Jason Bailey of Flavorwire called her evil-twin performance unnervingly creepy. A tight film carefully edited to drive momentum, Us has more tricks than one can discern from the trailers. The blood-chilling remix of Luniz I Got Five on It, however, more than delivers on the epic foreshadowing from the trailer. It s another thrill ride that keeps the viewer guessing, and Peele has said that he designed the film to inspire repeat viewing. We can confirm his efforts are supremely effective, and we expect many will opt to see it multiple times.Alice (2019) 90%Though very little was known of Josephine Mackerras Alice before SXSW, the French drama turned out to be another SXSW indie gem. While speaking with SXSW before the festival, Mackerras clued us into the film s larger themes: examining the double standards of gender identity and the nature of need versus love. The 2019 SXSW Grand Jury prize winner for Narrative Features was on our most anticipated films of SXSW and still boasts a 100% Tomatometer score. A muted story about what a desperate woman will do when pressed to her breaking point, the film follows a young mother named Alice whose philandering husband has left her penniless from his addiction to escorts. Alice then finds herself suddenly flung into the lucrative world of high-end prostitution as a last resort to care for her son. Adeptly skewering the gender double standards of sex work, marriage, and child-rearing, this is one not to forget when awards season kicks off.The Peanut Butter Falcon (2019) 95%(Photo by Lucky Treehouse)Shia LaBeouf is on a hot streak. He opened the year with an impressive Sundance debut in Honey Boy; penned by and starring LaBeouf, it s based on his adolescence and strained relationship with his estranged father. This past week he was greeted with equally impressive reactions to his next effort, A Peanut Butter Falcon. Sheri Linden of the Hollywood Reporter gushed, LaBeouf holds the screen with natural allure, making every twinge of his character s self-reproach, and every instant of his dawning joy, achingly felt. In A Peanut Butter Falcon, a ragtag group of outcasts and escapees set off on an adventure down the deltas to a wrestling school not quite Mark Twain, but there are clear parallels. Underneath its Huckleberry Finn premise is an uncynical story about friendship, family, and defying expectations, and it s currently Fresh at 100%.Good Boys (2019) 80%The adorable Jacob Tremblay dropping F-bombs is a hilarious surprise bonus recommendation for Good Boys. We enjoyed Seth Rogen s other 2019 SXSW entry, Long Shot, but Good Boys was a highlight of the festival and a safe bet for one of the funniest films of 2019. Three sixth-grade friends are headed to their first kissing party, and the comedic mix of overconfidence and naivete stymie the tweens efforts to prepare. Tremblay looks good to transition to older material after this brilliant, very hard R-rated performance. Stars Jacob Tremblay, Keith L. Williams, Brady Noon had to greet the crowd before the premiere in Austin (the screening finished way past their bedtime).Extra Ordinary (2019) 98%(Photo by Blinder Films)A wholly unique film in tone and subject, Extra Ordinary is tailor-made for cult-classic status. A nervous widower named Martin Martin (Barry Ward) reluctantly visits a driving instructor named Rose (Maeve Higgins) with the talents as a way to solve his current woes. Rose, the daughter of a famous spiritualist, can talk to the spirit world, and Martin enlists her to exorcize his dead but continually nagging wife out of his and his daughter s life. Martin and Rose battle the spirit world and maybe fall in love while a bizarre cast of characters botch exorcisms, worship Satan, and set up some truly cringe-worthy moments that will leave you in stitches. Will Forte, in particular, shines as the villain of the absurdist sci-fi comedy, which feels like a mash-up of Ghost and Yorgos Lanthimos The Lobster.Olympic Dreams (2019) 70%(Photo by Endeavor Content)Nick Kroll recently joked that his longtime friend and collaborator John Mulaney had possibly replaced him with Pete Davidson. While Davidson and Mulaney were hitting Steely Dan concerts and between Kroll s recording sessions for his animated hit Big Mouth Kroll lent his talents to one of the best films from SXSW. Currently Fresh at 83% on the Tomatometer, Olympic Dreams is just further proof that romantic comedies are not dead and can be fresh and entertaining. It s a case study on the joys of love on a time clock and manages to articulate the unsettling nature of going all in on a romance with a decided expiration date. Kroll and co-star Alexi Pappas chemistry radiates through the intimate tale. Shot on location at the Winter Olympics, this marks the first scripted film approved by the Olympic Committee to shoot during the games. Aided by the guerrilla shooting style, Pappas, Kroll, and director Jeremy Teicher were able to act as a three-person film crew and pulled double duty co-writing the script. The Olympic meet-cute between a disappointed skier and volunteer dentist illustrates just how heartfelt relationships (even ones between ridiculously neurotic temporary couples) can be.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
Endgame vs. the MCU: After three days, the Fifth Biggest MCU Movie – and Coming for the CrownAt 0 million, Avengers: Endgame immediately becomes the 50th highest-grossing domestic film of all-time. That is already more than Aquaman grossed in 105 days. It also took Captain Marvel 24 days to gross what Endgame did in three; and Endgame is now the fifth highest-grossing film in the MCU. In a remarkable bit of solidarity, Captain Marvel moved up to second place at the box office this weekend, dropping just 11% for an eighth-weekend haul of million. That’s the 10th best eighth weekend of all time (up from last week’s 15th best seventh weekend) and the fifth best this for the current century, behind Avatar (.8 million), Frozen (.7 million), Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle ( million), and Black Panther (.7 million).And let s get super math-y for a minute. If we were playing the Take Two game from The Price is Right – where you have to pick the cost of two prizes that add up to a specific amount – the only MCU title one could pick to combine with another for a total less than Endgame’s opening weekend is The Incredible Hulk. Take that movie s 4.8 million, match it with Captain America: The First Avenger (6.6 million), Ant-Man (0.2 million), Thor (1.0), or Thor: The Dark World (6.3 million) and you have the only pairings that come up less than Endgame’s 0 million start. Only eight films in the MCU have grossed more in their entire run than Endgame did in three-and-a-third days.There has been no fatigue with the MCU, as frequently as that myth has been told. Endgame had already grossed 5 million outside of the U.S. before even opening here. Through Sunday, Endgame has grossed 9 million internationally (14th all-time) and .2 billion globally (the eighth MCU film to reach that milestone and the fastest ever to pass it). Those numbers make Endgame the 18th highest-grossing film of all time internationally. And it s done that since Thursday.Records on the Horizon: Endgame Sets its Sights on Avatar, The Force Awakens(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel Studios)Domestically, Avengers: Endgame is now beyond targeting the totals of the two mega-grossing James Cameron films, Avatar and Titanic – because it is going for the big dog. Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the highest-grossing film ever domestically, earned 6.7 million here and Endgame is already blowing past all of its early records. Avatar is the all-time world champ with .78 billion – and that s going to be a tough number to beat, even for a film expected to become just the fifth film ever to gross billion worldwide. Other records that Endgame has its eye on for next week include:Biggest 10-Day Gross: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (0 million)Biggest Second Weekend: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (9.2 million)Smallest Drop For A Film Opening To Over 0 million: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (-39.8%)Fifth Highest Worldwide Gross Ever: Jurassic World (.671 billion)It would take a drop of more than 57.4% for Endgame to not break the second-weekend record held by The Force Awakens. Thirteen of the 21 previous MCU films had drops lower than that. We predict that at least two of the records above will fall next week. Though highly unlikely, it would be remarkable if it bests the 39.8% drop of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. And if it does, one should expect just about every record to fall after that.This Time Last Year: It All Began With a Record-Breaking First Weekend for Infinity War(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel Studios)Getting a sense of déjà vu? On this same weekend last year, Avengers: Infinity War grossed 7.6 million, breaking the record for the highest opening weekend ever – a record that lasted officially one year minus a day. Its per-theater-average of ,599 was still second to The Force Awakens, and it would not go on to outgross the all-time champ, nor its Marvel counterpart, Black Panther. That film got a similar boost to what Captain Marvel got this week, dropping just 4% from the previous weekend and finishing in the top five. The rest of the Top 10 grossed a combined .31 million for a grand total of 3.01 million, and the films averaged 59.3% on the Tomatometer. This year’s Top 10 grossed an estimated 7.5 million and averaged 69.5% on the Tomatometer.On the Vine: Long Shot Set To Top Newcomers, At a Distant SecondJoel MearesIt takes a brave rom-com to go up against a juggernaut, but next week s has the critics on its side. Jonathan Levine’s Long Shot, with Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen, is at 84% on the Tomatometer after its SXSW premiere in March. Look for it to lead the newcomers handily. Among those newcomers are STX’s first foray into animation with UglyDolls, based on the line of plush toys. In The Intruder Dennis Quaid pulls a reverse Cold Creek Manor as the previous owner of a home terrorizing the new couple (Michael Ealy and Meagan Good) who have moved in.The Full Top 10: April 26-28Avengers: Endgame (2019) 94% – 0 million (0 million total)Captain Marvel (2019) 79% – .05 million (3.58 million total)The Curse of La Llorona (2019) 28% – .5 million (.28 million total)Breakthrough (2019) 63% – .30 million (.11 million total)Shazam! (2019) 90% – .52 million (1.15 million total)Little (2019) 46% – .44 million (.85 million total)Dumbo (2019) 46% – .24 million (7.01 million total)Pet Sematary (2019) 57% – .29n (.61 million total)Dumbo (2019) 46% – .14 million (2.84 million total)Penguins (2019) 92% – .05 million (.72 million total)
They say good things come to those who wait, and for fans of Eddie Murphy classic Coming to America their considerable patience is about to be rewarded. Coming 2 America, the three-decades-later sequel to that pop-culture phenom, arrives on Amazon Prime Video this March and sees Murphy back as King Akeem, joined again by Arsenio Hall (as Semmi) and a slew of newcomers to Zamunda – and Queens! – in the form of Jermaine Fowler (as Akeem’s surprise heir apparent), Tracy Morgan (as the heir’s New York uncle), and Wesley Snipes as the evil and flamboyant General Izzi. Ahead of the movie’s release, Rotten Tomatoes’ Jacqueline Coley sat for extended chats with Murphy and Hall, Snipes, Morgan, and Fowler, as well as cast members Nomzano Mbatha, Akiley Love, and Bella Murphy (who got to work with dad), to talk about coming back to America and Zamunda, the long-lasting cultural impact of the original film, the chance to work with your idols, and the incredible talents of costume designer Ruth E. Carter. Plus, Murphy shares the moment in makeup that it became all too much for Hall and Fowler reveals the one person on set who couldn’t keep it together.Coming 2 America is available on Amazon Prime Video from Friday March 5, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
Director Guy Ritchie returns to his roots with new gangster flick, The Gentlemen, and he s brought an all-star cast of big-name Brits and Americans with him. The movie, which sees a marijuana kingpin (Matthew McConaughey) attempting to sell off his empire to a fellow drug lord – and facing a ton of complications and F-bombs in the process – is already shaping up to be one of Ritchie s best-reviewed movies in years. Ahead of the release of The Gentlemen, Rotten Tomatoes sat down with McConaughey and co-stars Hugh Grant, Michelle Dockery, Charlie Hunnam, and Henry Golding to discover what drew them to Ritchie s latest project, how they pivoted with the director s on-set changes to scenes, and what they think makes the perfect gentleman. Plus: Golding gave us some fresh new details on the upcoming G.I. Joe spin-off, Snake Eyes.
In the upcoming seven-part HBO limited series Mare of Easttown, Kate Winslet stars as a small-town Pennsylvania detective who grapples with past and present troubles while investigating a murder. It s a character that Winslet says she may not be that similar to — in part because, as she told journalists Wednesday during HBO and HBO Max s all-virtual winter Television Critics Association press day, I d be a f ing lousy detective. Read on to learn more about Mare of Easttown as well as details on HBO Max s Genera+ion and other programs coming to the sister networks.TOP STORYNo SVU Sundays for Winslet(Photo by Michele K. Short/HBO) I don t think I have the mental stamina that is required, Winslet said of being a detective, adding But I think the one thing I did feel I had in common with Mare — that I, quite honestly, was able to lean on a lot — was that real sense of family and how much it means to her to hold that together at all costs. And also to be able to admit to herself from time to time that she has failed in a lot of areas and tries desperately to correct those errors and to hold everyone as close to her as she can, even if she s a difficult person to live with from time to time. Winslet said she actually deliberately didn t binge-watch any TV crime dramas to prepare for her role, although she did watch a lot of real crime drama and a lot of YouTube footage. She also spent some time working with real police department individuals in blacked-out vehicles driving around those areas in order to learn, she explained, because we really wanted to capture the essence of what it s like to really be a detective from that town since it s a place that really exist. She also tried to master the distinct accent of this part of Pennsylvania. The thing that was hardest for me, of course, was to do it well enough that you kind of shouldn t hear the act of doing it, she said. I always hate that when you can hear someone doing a voice or doing an accent. And that s one of the things for me that is more important than anything is just making it just disappear and blend in. So I did spend a long time working with a coach and working with people locally, as well. And it was up there amongst the hardest accents I ve ever done. The limited series also stars Julianne Nicholson (The Outsider) as Lori Ross, Mare’s best friend since childhood; Jean Smart (Watchmen) as Helen, Mare s mother; Angourie Rice (Black Mirror) as Siobhan Sheehan, Mare’s teenaged daughter; Evan Peters (American Horror Story) as Detective Colin Zabel, the county detective called in to assist with Mare s investigation; Guy Pearce (Mildred Pierce) as Richard Ryan, a local creative writing professor; Cailee Spaeny (Devs) as Erin McMenamin, an isolated teen living with her volatile father; David Denman (Outcast) as Frank Sheehan, Mare’s ex-husband; John Douglas Thompson (Let Them All Talk) as Chief Carter, Mare s boss at the Easttown Police Department; Patrick Murney (Seven Seconds) as Kenny McMenamin, Erin s father; James McArdle (Ammonite) as Deacon Mark Burton; Sosie Bacon (Here and Now) as Carrie Layden, Drew’s mother and Kevin’s ex-girlfriend; Joe Tippett (Rise) as John Ross, Lori s husband and high school sweetheart; and Neal Huff (The Wire) as Mare’s cousin, Father Dan Hastings.The series is from creator and writer Brad Ingelsby (The Way Back), with all episodes directed by Craig Zobel (The Leftovers).Mare of Easttown will premiere Sunday, April 18 on HBO.Talking Bout HBO Max s Genera+ion(Photo by HBO)The latest in HBO and HBO Max s line of pot-stirring TV series is Genera+ion. Created by teen Zelda Barnz and her dad, screenwriter Daniel Barnz, and follows a group of high schoolers who have frank conversations about race, sexuality, gender identity and more.Starring younger actors like Justice Smith and Michael Johnston, it s based loosely on people Zelda knew from her time in high school and she says I think if you re basing a show o ff something real and authentic, something that s real and authentic is intersectionality and people who identify across the gender and sexuality spectrum and with different races and different ethnicities. And so I think it’s important to remember that they re not just people who are straight and gay, there s like a whole spectrum and all those identities deserve to be represented. The show will also, inevitably, draw comparisons to HBO s Emmy-winning teen drama, Euphoria.Daniel Barnz tells the TCA journalists that Euphoria is an incredible show and the craftsmanship in it is amazing, but that when you watch them, it’s just abundantly clear that they are different shows. One of the most obvious differences is that Euphoria is an hour-long show and ours is a half-hour show, he continues. And that s not just the time difference. You know, the real beauty and excitement of being able to work in that half-hour format is that there s less pressure on story and you re allowed to let your characters live and breathe and experience. And one of the things that Zelda’s always wanting us to do with the show is to reflect the actual experiences of teenagers which sometimes is kind of random or weird. And you go off on tangents and strange things happen, and we wanted to reflect that in the storytelling as well. The series stars Nathanya Alexander, Chloe East, Nava Mau, Lukita Maxwell, Haley Sanchez, Uly Schlesinger, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett and Chase Sui Wonders with Justice Smith, and Martha Plimpton.Genera+ion premieres March 11 on HBO Max.Plus: In Treatment Revived, Jean Smart Comedy Is on the Horizon, Surfer Garrett McNamara Describes the Perfect Wave, and Alex Gibney Investigates The Crime of the Century(Photo by HBO)A new installment of HBO s In Treatment premieres in May, this time with Uzo Aduba in the therapist s chair instead of Gabriel Byrne. The story will take into consideration the current global pandemic as well as other cultural and political issues. An example? There’s such a stigma attached to it, especially in communities of color, so it felt important to me, personally, to put that on television to show that we all need this, executive producer Joshua Allen told journalists. The series also stars Anthony Ramos, Liza Colón-Zayas, John Benjamin Hickey, Quintessa Swindell, and Joel Kinnaman.Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder are starring in an as-yet-to-be-titled upcoming HBO Max comedy about a legendary Las Vegas comedian and her relationship with an entitled 25-year-old. Executive producers include Broad City’s Paul W. Downs (who also appears on the show) and Lucia Aniello and The Good Place’s Jen Statsky and Michael Schur. But is the show a send-up or homage of any performer in particular? “Every once in a while, there’ll be a scene or I’ll do something and I’ll think, ‘Oh, that kind of reminds me of so-and-so,' Smart said. I guess I borrow things from other comedians unconsciously, anywhere from Elayne Boosler to Phyllis Diller to Sam Kinison.”The upcoming six-part surfing documentary for HBO, 100 Foot Wave, follows surfing pioneer Garrett McNamara and his quest to find the largest wave. But what is the perfect wave? A perfect wave, for most surfers, has a really good barrel on it. So you come down the wave and instead of running 11 in front of the wave away from it, you wait for it to cave over you. You’re either running full speed and it passes you, or you wait until the last second and turn under it, McNamara said.Alex Gibney’s upcoming two-part HBO documentary, The Crime of the Century, looks at the opioid crisis. And while there are definitely similarities between the prevalence of this drug and the history of Big Tobacco, source Anna Lembke, the medical director of addiction medicine at Stanford University, explained that tobacco never pretended that they were selling medicine that would actually make you better; whereas, [for] the opioid industry, that was their winning ticket. Tina, an intimate look at the life and career of musical icon Tina Turner from HBO Documentary Films, premieres on March 27.HBO Max announced its adult animation slate, including a two-season order for Clone High, a modern refresh of the series from Phil Lord, Chris Miller, and Bill Lawrence that was set at a high school for clones of historical figures; a 10-episode order for Warner Bros. Animation’s Velma, a comedic origin story for brains of the Scooby-Doo Mystery Inc. gang, Velma Dinkley, voiced by executive producer Mindy Kaling; Fired On Mars, an existential workplace comedy set five minutes in the future, voiced by Pete Davidson (Saturday Night Live). The streamer also renewed creator JG Quintel (Regular Show) animated series Close Enough for seasons 2 and 3.Animated series in development include cat tale Hello Paul; Obi, an adaptation of Obi Arisukwu’s Instagram comic strip about a man-child pursuing a career as an artist; Uncanny Valley about three awkward domestic helper robots who kill their human owners and try to assume their identities; and comic book adaptation Cover, an animated espionage thriller from Brian Michael Bendis and David Mack.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News. 单机玩完就换，一次性体验。而目前的手游大多数是需要长线运营的，再好的模式也很难每天都刷还不厌烦——除了PVP。作者也说了，很多手游不重视游戏内容(反正很快被肝完，迟早被讨厌)，更重视角色塑造(直接收益来源)。(不过单机其实也有各种厨的)
www.bob.com Synopsis: Taika Waititi plays a young boy s imaginary friend, Adolf Hitler, in this provocative satire set in World War II Germany and based on the eponymous children s novel. We follow as Hitler fanatic JoJo (Roman Griffin) discovers his mother (Scarlett Johansson) is hiding a Jewish girl in his home, causing him to question the validity of Nazism and everything he has been taught.Why are we re excited about it: It s a shame that more people didn t see Waititi s earlier gems like Boy (Certified Fresh at 87%) or Hunt for The Wilderpeople (Certified Fresh at 96%), but anyone who did knows that the New Zealand writer-director has a knack for directing young children. Starring the 10-year-old Roman Griffin, Jojo Rabbit hopes to inspire a similarly enthusiastic critical reception and, if things break right, a couple of trophies. When the Thor: Ragnarok director was recently asked why he, a Māori Jew, chose to play Hitler, he quipped back, The answer is simple: What better f k you to that guy?”