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九游会登录入口采用百度引擎7(Baidu 6)Over 50 years after Disney s Mary Poppins premiered in 1964, the magical nanny of Cherry Tree Lane is set to grace the big screen again, promising more musical numbers and whimsical adventure for the whole family. In Mary Poppins Returns, Emily Blunt takes on the iconic role made famous by Julie Andrews as Mary Poppins swoops in on a grown-up Michael Banks (Ben Whishaw) and his own three children to restore order to the family and help them rekindle the joy in their lives.Director Rob Marshall and stars Emily Blunt, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Emily Mortimer, and Ben Whishaw all sat down with RT s Jacqueline Coley to talk about the film s big song-and-dance numbers, their surprisingly professional child co-stars, and the unusual Christmas movies they watched growing up. Plus, Blunt discusses her big year in bathtubs and Miranda explains why The Little Mermaid is so important to him.Mary Poppins Returns opens everywhere on December 19.

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We’re one week away from the release of John Wick: Chapter 3: Parabellum, and the reactions have been very promising. Now the first crop of reviews have arrived online, and the third installment of the Keanu Reeves-led action franchise is being called the best one yet, coming out of the gate with an even higher Tomatometer score of 96%! Even if you question all the violence, you have to admire the technical quality of the action filmmaking involved. And by the end, you won’t just be wanting more John Wick but also spinoffs of the other characters.Here’s what the critics are saying about John Wick: Chapter 3 Parabellum:How does Chapter 3 compare to the first two?It’s the best film of the franchise so far, even surpassing the first film. Mike Ryan, UproxxHands down, the most giddily brutal and bananas film in the series to date.  Chris Nashawaty, Entertainment WeeklyEverything about John Wick: Chapter 3 is better than Chapter 2, from the fantastic cinematography to the editing and the score. Edward Douglas, The BeatThe choreography by far surpasses anything done in JW1 and it will make you forget JW2 altogether. Karen Han, PolygonParabellum also has the distinction of being the silliest of the John Wick movies; it’s like watching the live-action adaptation of a cartoon. Peter Debruge, VarietyMisses the greatness of Chapter 2 because of a convoluted last act and underdeveloped supporting characters. Brian Truitt, USA TodayDoes the praise go even further than the John Wick series?The year’s best action film, and if anything comes along and surpasses it I shall kneel before the filmmakers and pledge my fealty. Sean Mulvihill, fanboynation.comIf you were to ask someone what the greatest action movie ever made was, and they said ‘the first thirty minutes of John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum,” they’d have a point. William Bibbiani, Bloody DisgustingWith John Wick 3, Reeves has finally made another action movie on par with The Matrix. Edward Douglas, The Beat(Photo by Summit Entertainment / courtesy Everett Collection)So, the action scenes are good, then?Every fight scene here is a sumptuous martial arts infused treat, in which we get a taste of fight-styles from all over the planet, executed by masters of those styles. Sherin Nicole, idobi.com 虽然这次的体验服开测并未带来太多的惊喜,但是体验服的开启却意味着DNF手游再次活了过来,难道在不久之后DNF手游真的要公测了,不过就算这次DNF手游真的公测了,还有多少玩家愿意为其买单呢?回顾DNF手游的发展史,放玩家鸽子的情况已经非常多了,如果不是为了情怀,谁愿意苦等这款游戏呢?如今DNF手游体验服再次开启测试,只希望能够尽快开启公测吧,毕竟玩家们的情怀真的快被消磨殆尽了。

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We ve made it to the last month of 2019, and as such, the theatrical calendar is filled with titles hoping to earn big stacks of holiday cash or contend for end-of-year awards, or both. With that in mind, it shouldn t surprise anyone that the most anticipated release of December is set a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, or that the sequel to a wildly popular fantasy adventure also made the cut. What might surprise a few folks is that the list is also populated by a war epic, a based-on-current-events drama, and perhaps most unexpectedly, a thriller starring none other than Adam Sandler. Read on to see what movies RT site users and our fans across social media are looking forward to the most in December.1. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019) 52%10,236 Want-to-See Votes#1 pick by our Instagram and Twitter fans, #2 pick by our Facebook fansOpens December 20After Rian Johnson impressed the critics and divided the fans with his penultimate installment of the Skywalker Saga, J.J. Abrams settles back into the director s chair for the final chapter, cryptically subtitled The Rise of Skywalker. Set just one year after the events of The Last Jedi, the story follows up with Rey and Kylo Ren as they struggle to understand the dual nature of the Force, while the remnants of the Resistance contend with the First Order in hopes of establishing galactic peace. The core cast is joined by newcomers played by Keri Russell, Richard E. Grant, and Naomi Ackie, while Billy Dee Williams and Ian McDiarmid return to reprise their iconic characters Lando Calrissian and Emperor Palpatine. This film netted the most Want-to-See votes by a wide margin and topped both our Instagram and Twitter polls.2. 1917 (2019) 89%#1 pick by our Facebook fans, #2 pick by our Instagram fans, #3 pick by our Twitter fansOpens December 25Ever since we got our first look at Sam Mendes war epic 1917 a few months ago, the film has quickly and quietly gathered steam to become one of the most anticipated awards season contenders. Reportedly based on a real life account relayed to Mendes by his grandfather, the story follows two British soldiers on the front lines of World War I tasked with delivering a message across enemy territory to warn another battalion of an impending ambush. Its grandiose scale and technical flourishes have already earned the praise of most critics, and it ranked high in all of our social polls for the month.3. Uncut Gems (2019) 91%1,096 Want-t0-See Votes#2 pick by our Twitter fans, #3 pick by our Facebook fans, #4 pick by our Instagram fansOpens December 13It s 2019, and the man who once starred in movies like Little Nicky, Grown Ups, and The Ridiculous 6 is looking at a potential Best Actor Oscar nomination. In movies like P.T. Anderson s Punch-Drunk Love and Noah Baumbach s The Meyerowitz Stories, Adam Sandler has proven he can carry meatier roles if he s paired with directors who are looking to deliver more than fart jokes. The same appears to be true of his latest project, which sees him doing arguably his best work ever under the guidance of the Safdie brothers, who pulled a similarly impressive performance from Robert Pattinson in last year s Good Time. Here, Sandler plays a jeweler with a bad gambling habit who finds himself in deep with the wrong people and must figure out a way to pay off his debts quickly. Uncut Gems has already earned rave reviews from critics, and our social fans responded by voting it into the third spot this month.4. Jumanji: The Next Level (2019) 71%2,965 Want-to-See Votes#3 pick by our Instagram fans, #4 pick by our Facebook fans, #5 pick by our Twitter fansOpens December 13Back in 2017, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle surprised everyone by being more than just halfway decent far more, in fact, as it earned a Certified Fresh 76% on the Tomatometer and made close to billion at the global box office. Director Jake Kasdan managed to turn what could have been a mere nostalgia cash-grab into a legitimately entertaining adventure, helped by a game cast who were all clearly having fun in their roles. Jumanji: The Next Level may not end up feeling quite as fresh, but audiences are clearly on board for another ride, this time with new additions Dannys Glover and DeVito and Awkafina along for the journey. It racked up the second most Want-to-See votes on RT and ranked in the top five across all of our social platforms.5. Bombshell (2019) 68%1,003 Want-to-See Votes#4 pick by our Twitter fansOpens on December 13Lastly, we have a based-on-true-events drama centered on the scandal that brought down Fox News chief Roger Ailes. Director Jay Roach has taken on timely material before in films like Recount and Game Change with pretty consistent results, and he s aided in Bombshell by a trio of powerhouse actors, namely Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, and Margot Robbie. The film charts the sexual misconduct allegations leveled at Ailes (played by John Lithgow) by Gretchen Carlson (Kidman), Megyn Kelly (Theron), and several other women whose experiences were rolled into Robbie s fictional character Kayla Pospisil. It came in at #4 in our Twitter poll and garnered the fourth most Want-to-See votes on RT.Are you as obsessed with awards as we are? Check out our Awards Leaderboard for 2019/2020.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

Marvel directors Joe and Anthony Russo (Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Endgame) reunite with current Spider-Man actor Tom Holland for Cherry, an ambitious drama that proves they’re interested in a lot more than just epic superhero blockbusters. Does the effort pay off, though? The first reviews of the new film are mixed on the success and failure of the adaptation, which chronicles the stacked, lengthy story of a young man through his experience in the Iraq War and then his subsequent drug addiction and criminal exploits. Holland comes out on top for most critics, though, even including those with negative reactions overall.Here’s what critics are saying about Cherry:Do the Russo brothers have another hit on their hands?A masterclass in filmmaking… It’s all too easy to throw the word ‘masterpiece’ around, but Cherry deserves it.  Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comThis is a consistently engaging flick… likely to be one of the more underrated titles of 2021.  Joey Magidson, Awards RadarPowerful… It may not be perfect, but it is close.  Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyIt doesn’t succeed as a war film, as a heist flick, or the star vehicle it so craves to be for Holland. It’s just average at its core.  Robert Daniels, The PlaylistCherry is prime contender for one of the worst films of the year. Jeffrey Zhang, Strange HarborsShould they stick to the comic book stuff?It proves that there’s much more to Joe and Anthony than just capes, shields, and special effects. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comThe Russos are better moviemakers than their Marvel movies allow them to be. They demonstrate that here. Glenn Kenny, New York TimesThe main takeaway of Cherry is that being able to make a good superhero film doesn t mean you can direct a good war and crime drama. Nicole Ackman, Next Best PictureThere may not be a shallow CG background this time, but there s a shallow narrative. Spencer Perry, ComicBook.comI admire the Russos for trying to take on material that’s drastically different from everything else in their filmography. But Cherry is a movie that quickly gets away from them. Matt Goldberg, Collider(Photo by ©Apple TV+)How is their directorial style here?There s a lot of style and skill on display and despite the dark subject matter, it means Cherry is a visually entertaining watch. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyHere we have a movie that succeeds wildly due to the Russos’ creativity… They employ all manner of tricks, as well as some incredibly clever choices. Joey Magidson, Awards RadarThere are some incredible uses of the camera here… It feels a lot like the filmmakers wanted to experiment and try some new things. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comIts stylistic elements are invigorating. Ben Rolph, Discussing FilmYou might not think of them in the same breath as the auteur directors of our times. But they graduate to that class here, giving the film its own unique narrative and visual style. Joey Morona, Cleveland Plain DealerCherry is showy and immature. The directors’ stylistic choices are not only jarring, they often undercut moments of emotional heft by distracting the viewer and taking them right out of the moment. Laura Potier, Outtake MagChucking aspect ratios, needle-drops, and tricks of style into a blender doesn’t equal a good movie, but it looks like nobody wanted to tell the Russos post-Endgame. Jeffrey Zhang, Strange HarborsHow is it as an adaptation of Nico Walker s book?The book was celebrated as a gritty generational rallying cry. The Russo brothers, working in a style of troweled-on extravagance, inflate it into a showreel. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyCherry seems to rush through so much of the minutia of the novel which inspired it that it just feels like checking boxes. Matt Oakes, Silver Screen RiotIn trying to tell everything, there s a lack of focus and connectivity. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyOver-stylized and overstuffed to a fatal fault, Cherry takes its source material’s aware self-loathing and transforms it into a shallow music video. Jeffrey Zhang, Strange Harbors(Photo by ©Apple TV+)How is the script on its own?The screenplay by Jessica Goldberg and Angela Russo-Otstot is rock solid, in an old-fashioned way. Joey Magidson, Awards RadarPerhaps the sign of a script that is bloated and thick, there are also times Cherry feels like parody. Spencer Perry, ComicBook.comMiss a piece of the action because you were checking Twitter? Don’t worry, the ceaseless, incessant narration will fill you in! Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmIt becomes obvious that there is no overarching vision for what this film is about or who it is for. Leigh Monson, WhatToWatchThe Russos and their writers simply didn’t know how or where to cut Walker’s story down. The movie lacks focus. Hope Madden, Columbus UndergroundIs the film s length an issue?The film takes its time, and it’s time well taken. Mick LaSalle, San Francisco ChronicleThe story doesn’t really kick in for about 80 minutes. It’s a good story, but does not require as much setup as its given. Fred Topel, Showbiz Cheat SheetOne of the biggest faults with this movie is how long it is. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyIt has an overly-long runtime which drags a little during the lead up to the third act. Ben Rolph, Discussing FilmAt two hours and twenty minutes long, fatigue will likely have already set in by the time you reach its third act. Nicole Ackman, Next Best Picture(Photo by ©Apple TV+)Does it try to do too much?This movie is basically four movies in one — a romantic comedy, a war film, a drug movie, and a heist flick — which is not necessarily a bad thing. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyThe Russos managed to balance everything from teen romance to drug addiction perfectly. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comIt s a convoluted mess that feels like several different films stitched together into one Frankenstein s monster of a movie. Nicole Ackman, Next Best PictureWhile it sounds like a fair idea on paper, the exercise of making these varied tones and concepts doesn’t always work, even within each of the sections. Spencer Perry, ComicBook.comThe movie presents itself as a dread-ridden slice of life, yet almost every moment in it feels based not on experience but on the experience of other movies. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyWhat are some of the films it references?The Russos seem interested in making something akin to Scorsese cinema… Eventually Cherry breaks free enough of its influences to present a credible, at times harrowing, American addiction tragedy. Glenn Kenny, New York Times[It’s] a horrendous Scorsese knockoff that fails to understand why that director’s movies work so well. Matt Goldberg, ColliderCherry takes inspirations from Fight Club, Full Metal Jacket, Jarhead, and Requiem for a Dream to put them in a blender for a punishing two hours and twenty minutes. Leigh Monson, WhatToWatchCherry wants to be Requiem for a Dream and Jarhead and Bonnie and Clyde all at once but manages only to be a haphazard imitation of all. Matt Oakes, Silver Screen RiotCherry has the beating heart of an indie film wrapped in the sweeping, epic flair of a Quentin Tarantino, Oliver Stone or Ang Lee movie. Joey Morona, Cleveland Plain Dealer(Photo by ©Apple TV+)Does Tom Holland s performance outshine the movie s faults?This is certainly Tom Holland’s show, with the writing, cinematography, and editing working in coordinated effort to highlight just how hard Holland’s working to give us this character’s blood, sweat, and tears. Leigh Monson, WhatToWatchThough his ambition is present in every instance, there are times where Holland can t make the gravity of some moments really land. Spencer Perry, ComicBook.comBecause of him, this is a good movie. Without him, I am not sure Cherry would have accomplished what it sets out to do. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyIt’s a fine performance but one that will surely be looked back at as a stepping stone, rather than a genuine coming out party. Matt Oakes, Silver Screen RiotHe really pushes himself in a wide-ranging and committed performance, holding together a movie that is overambitious and narratively muddled. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyDoes anyone else in the cast shine?Ciara Bravo, as Cherry’s girlfriend, wife and eventual partner in junkie-dom, is at times the performer who has the strongest emotional hold on the viewer, and the most memorable find here. Glenn Kenny, New York TimesBravo, in her first major role, delivers an equally powerful performance, matching her co-star step for step. Joey Morona, Cleveland Plain DealerCiara Bravo is a revelation too, presenting the heart and soul of the film. Joey Magidson, Awards RadarBravo, meanwhile, puts herself on the map here in a huge way and makes one thing clear: she’s a star…we cannot wait to see what she does next. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comForrest Goodluck and Jack Raynor deliver an excellent mix of tragedy and comedy. Hope Madden, Columbus UndergroundSupporting players, often Black folks, are either enveloped in shadows or have a gun pointed in their faces. The women are even less regarded. Robert Daniels, The Playlist(Photo by ©Apple TV+)Is it a difficult watch at times?Cherry is dark, heavy stuff. The graphic violence of war and the raw and ugly reality of addiction make the film uncomfortable to watch at times. Joey Morona, Cleveland Plain DealerCherry is raw and difficult to watch at times but the result is a beautifully honest film that is well written and well-cast. Allison Rose, FlickDirectNothing here feels as gritty as it should. There’s no stark realism, no raw honesty. Everything in Cherry is for show. Subtlety is for chumps. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmIt s hard to shake the feeling that [the actors are] playing dress-up, a glossy Riverdale rendering of craving and codependence. Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment WeeklyDoes it ever lighten up?The most surprising thing about Cherry, and its primary saving grace, is the humor that bleeds throughout it. Spencer Perry, ComicBook.comWhen Cherry robs banks, the banks have parody names like Capitalist One, Bank F s America, Credit None, S tty Bank, or even just The Bank. Ho ho ho, my sides, they’re splitting! Who are you to resist the unparalleled wit of Cherry? Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmThere’s hardly a moment in Cherry that’s believable, but the film’s true crime is that there’s hardly a moment in it that’s enjoyable either. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyWill you want to see it more than once?This movie will take you on an emotional, powerful journey over the course of 150 minutes you’ll want to relive. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comI will be watching this again. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyCherry is in theaters on February 26, 2021 and on Apple TV+ on March 12, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
90 Best Computer-Animated Movies Ranked by TomatometerEver since the 1995 release of Toy Story, when feature animation bounded from paper reams and into the domain of the digital, it s been to infinity and beyond in creative storytelling. We ve traveled the sky by house and balloon (Up), crossed dimensions with Spider-Man (Into the Spider-Verse), swam the deepest oceans (Finding Nemo) while learning the value of family along with super glue (The Lego Movie).In these feats of imagination, Cars rule the world, superheroes and villains can turn their lives around (The Incredibles, Despicable Me), and a squirrel chasing an acorn becomes a Sisyphean myth. It s where we can believe in fairy tales again (Frozen, Brave) while having a good laugh at their expense (Shrek). We ve also witnessed processed meats do some things in Sausage Party we d rather not speak of again.A whole industry of is supported by this medium, including the previously mentioned Pixar, Blue Sky Studios (Ice Age), Illumination (The Secret Life of Pets), and Sony Pictures Animation (Hotel Transylvania). And let s not forget DreamWorks Animation (How to Train Your Dragon), whose latest film Trolls World Tour, which broke streaming records when it went straight to on-demand, skipping theatrical.Wherever the story takes us from , we ve ranked the most critically approved films  of the genre in our list of the best-reviewed computer-animated movies. Each entry had to reach at least 20 reviews before we put them up for consideration, where we then ranked them by Tomatometer. So, enjoy our guide to the 90 best computer-animated movies ever made.
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It s been said that it s all about the journey, not the destination — and that phrase is oftentimes used in conjunction with a lengthy discussion about the TV show Lost.Lost was truly like nothing else on TV, but most of the conversation around the show centers solely on its final episode. Nowadays it s generally accepted that the two-part final episode, unsubtly-titled The End, was divisive at best, but back when the finale aired on May 23, 2010, it earned mostly positive reviews, and was even nominated for an Emmy for both best directing and best writing.On its 10th anniversary, we have to go back to the island and revisit all the reasons The End worked as an encapsulation of everything that made Lost a great series.THE SHOW WAS ALWAYS BUILDING TO THAT ENDING(Photo by Reisig & Taylor/© ABC/Courtesy: Everett Collection)Though the grand mysteries involving magic corks and polar bears became the dominant narrative around Lost, what they say about the show being all about the characters remains true. Sure, we did get plenty of plot twists and surprises, but these revelations were always character-driven: from the show s first flash-forward being revealed through a trauma-ridden and beard-having Jack, or Desmond s time-traveling told as a love story between him and his constant, Penny. This continued all the way to the finale, which of course had the magical cork, and the flash-sideways being an allegory for the after-life, but both served to inform Jack s journey of learning to let go. Letting go of his need to fix everything, letting go of his obsession to do everything himself and not accepting help, and letting go of his father.This character-driven conclusion to the story was telegraphed to the audience for years. Showrunner Carton Cuse said in 2006, You have to watch because you’re enjoying the journey, not because you are waiting for the endgame. Lost always used its mystery as a way to dive into the characters psyche and advance their individual stories, not the other way around. There was never going to be a lengthy explanation about what everything meant, as showrunner and co-creator Damon Lindelof told The Verge in 2012, they were shooting for an ending that gave an explanation as to why the plane crash mattered to the characters and what they got out of it. The answer, as corny as it sounds, was the one that appealed to me the most: each other, Lindelof said. If they hadn t spent all that time on the island, then they would never have been able to forgive themselves for their past sins and break through to some sort of level of self-awakening and forgiveness. THE ENDING ENCAPSULATES THE SHOW S BIGGER IDEAS ABOUT PHILOSOPHY(Photo by Mario Perez / © ABC / Courtesy: Everett Collection)For all the times that Jack and Locke fought about science versus faith, neither able to fully convince the other, the Lost finale ultimately sided with faith being the answer, whatever form that takes. The questions regarding the origin of the polar bears or the electromagnetic properties of the island gave way to mythological tales of immortal 2,000-year-old entities and more abstract questions regarding whether there s a purpose behind suffering and what suffering we must go through to achieve grace.Indeed, the philosophical nature of the show has been there since the beginning. There are several characters named after known philosophers, and from early in the first season the characters discuss whether the island is purgatory and they re being punished by some higher power. This idea of punishment and sin carried on all the way to The End, with the characters learning from their past sins and move on having become better people. Though it dabbled in big battles between good and evil with the fate of the world on the line, Cuse said in 2014 at PaleyFest that Lost was metaphorically about lost people looking for meaning in their lives, so the ending had to be a spiritual one that explained these characters’ journey and destiny. This is why the flash-sideways are so meaningful for the show at large and especially the finale. As Jack gives his life to save both the island and his friends and the battle between good and evil comes to an end, the sideways characters remember their lives and achieve some kind of grace or bliss. They all needed each other to find themselves and some catharsis before moving on, living up to the title of the show itself: Lost.SIDE CHARACTERS GOT SATISFYING CURTAIN CALLS(Photo by Mario Perez/© ABC/Courtesy Everett Collection)While Jack fought to stop the Man in Black (who had taken Locke s body) on the island, Desmond was busy gathering everyone in the sideways afterlife. Though not incredibly important to the plot this was a fantastic way of letting the audience say goodbye to characters they hadn t seen in years.Whether it s Shannon reuniting with Sayid, Boone and Libby showing up one last time, Rose and Bernard revealing they ve been living a nice and quiet life on the island, or Vincent the dog returning and lying next to a dying Jack, the flash-sideways allowed Lost to shine a light on side characters we ve lost over the years for one last goodbye.THE CALL-BACKS ARE SPOT ON, AS IS THE FINAL SHOT(Photo by Mario Perez / © ABC / Courtesy: Everett Collection)The finale of Lost also makes it a point to revisit some of the show s greatest hits to have the story come full circle and underscore the changes the characters have gone through. Sawyer calls Jack doc in the sideways universe, while leading Desmond down a cave to pull out the cork from the heart of the island, the evil version of Locke points out that it feels nostalgic to stare down a hole in the ground with Jack (a callback to the hatch from season 1). The Man in Black s death is even shot to echo Jacob s death from season 5.Then there s Jack s death scene, which begins with him being stabbed in the opposite side of his abdomen as when he woke up after the crash in the pilot, before walking through the bamboo fields where Vincent the dog comes to greet him. The closing shot of the show, Jack watching the plane carrying his friends fly off as he closes his eye, the reverse of the opening shot of the show, is absolutely perfect.WE ALL FELT THE GIACCHINO Composer Michael Giacchino s work on the show was one of Lost’s secret weapons. Each episode, Giacchino would write the show s emotional, haunting, soaring music that accompanied the story for six seasons. In a move that was and remains rare on TV, Giacchino worked with a live orchestra instead of just with a synthesizer, which added to the gravitas and power of the show s score. Cuse and Lindelof coined the term The Giacchino to signal the feelings they wanted to convey through music. As Cuse once told the LA Times, We literally write Michael s name into the script in various places where we want to convey a sense of emotion. Sawyer and Juliet s reunion in the finale wouldn t work half as well without Giacchino underscoring the emotion of the scene, nor would the scene where Jack s father explains to him the nature of the sideways timeline, which becomes an instant tearjerker because of the score. If Lost is about the characters going on a journey, Giacchino s music takes the audience on a similar emotional journey.Lost is available to stream by subscription on Hulu and Amazon Prime Video (with ads), or rent or buy it at FandangoNOW, Vudu, and iTunes.


九游会登录入口 其实端游移植手游的作品还是非常容易形成两极化的局面,好的是真好,不好的就会遭到疯狂吐槽。不过英雄联盟手游只是在上线时间上备受争议,但当10月8日突然开服之后,玩家们一上线就是真香了。官方也是真的给力各种开服福利直接堵住了玩家的嘴。这也就是为什么全服失忆的戏码会上演了。不知道各位小伙伴对于英雄联盟手游的体验如何呢?是不是已经没时间解释,快上车了。

虽说策略手游追求的就是烧脑的玩法,但是这并不意味着画面就可以被忽略掉。无论是什么题材的游戏,画面都是必不可少的,这也是游戏留给玩家的第一印象。接下来就来盘点几款有着精致画面的策略手游吧。 ith The Avengers.The Gatewatch is an alliance of the mightiest worthy planeswalkers, who jump to different planes and defend those in most need against physical, supernatural, and cosmic threats. Like The Avengers, the Gatewatch frequently clash in personality and method, as their members range from an illusionist to a pyromaniac, a necromancer, and a man cat. The most recent Magic set, May s War of the Spark, brings the Gatewatch and hundreds more planeswalkers onto the battlefield in a climatic showdown with elder dragon Nicol Bolas, who has been a recurring villain since 2008. Fittingly, the MCU launched that same year with Iron Man, while Thanos has been built up since the end of 2012 s The Avengers. The Russo brothers knack for weaving multiple storylines and assembling powerful characters together in meaningful and surprising ways, all into a cohesive whole, is an absolute boon for this franchise.The Russos have stated that Netflix s Magic series will be an original story, so it might not even involve the Gatewatch at all. And we re more interested in where the series will be visiting, as the multiverse is set up to hold an infinite number of planes. This Netflix team might have completely unique worlds in store for viewers. But with Magic: The Gathering s past decades of art and lore, those are mountains (and islands and plains and swamps and forests) of material yearning to seen and heard on-screen for the first time.What Are Some Planes The Series Could Visit?(Photo by Wizards of the Coast)There are well over 60 known planes in the Magic multiverse, with the majority of the card game action taking place in about a quarter of those. Here s just a few suggestions of where this series may go.Ravnica: Set in a metropolis of ornate European architecture that covers an entire planet, where magic entwines directly with Game of Thrones-style politics and civic life. A popular location with Magic designers, who have set the last three sets here, including War of the Spark.Dominaria: The original plane, whose flora and fauna most resembles our own. Seen in the first 10 years of the game, and re-visited last year for Magic s 25th anniversary in the self-titled Dominaria set. Joe and Anthony Russo are OG ( We have been huge fans and players of Magic: The Gathering for as long as it has been around, they said in a statement), so they might just kick things off here as a tribute to their origins.Kaladesh: The handsomest place in the multiverse, a sky-conquering world of sun-bright steampunk and intricate metalwork and gold filigree. Kaladesh also has a Middle Eastern and South Asian flavor, something in the zeitgeist right now if the popular success of Aladdin is to go by. The show s animators would have their work cut out for them, though.Innistrad: A Gothic tale come to dreadful life, where humans fend off vampires, werewolves, and zombies not to mention an invasion of Lovecraftian monstrosities called the Eldrazi. Netflix s press release mentions that the series will cross the genres of suspenseful thriller, horror, and drama. Innistrad nets you all three.Why Now Is The Time To Make A Series(Photo by Wizards of the Coast)Despite being around for 26 years, Magic: The Gathering is the biggest it s ever been. The multiverse and the Gatewatch were later inventions of this franchise, which has opened up storytelling possibilities and kept players engaged beyond collectible cardboard. Magic: The Gathering Arena, the competitive video game version fans have been desiring for years, is a hit with streamers and poised to take Magic into the eSports Thunderdome in a big way. The amount of new interest in putting a Magic series in front of Netflix s 139 million subscribers is going to hit like a force of nature.Who s Working On It? When s It Airing?The Russos have tapped Henry Gilroy (Star Wars Rebels, Star Wars: The Clone Wars) and Jose Molina (The Tick, Agent Carter) as lead writers and co-executive producers. A premiere date for Netflix s Magic: The Gathering has yet to be announced.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.


South by Southwest, the annual conference of film, tech, music, gaming, and comedy, kicks off in Austin this Friday, March 8, and we re pumped. The 26th edition of the SXSW Film Festival — or “South-By,” as it has affectionately been dubbed — is looking just as promising as last year s, during which Certified Fresh favorites A Quiet Place, Isle of Dogs, and Hereditary delighted festivalgoers and rode the Texas-sized buzz to box-office success.SXSW 2019 will be bookended by two of the most anticipated horror titles of the year. As previously announced, Jordan Peele will open the festival with Us, his follow-up to the Oscar-winning, genre-bending phenomenon Get Out; the world premiere of Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer s Pet Sematary will close things out. We have pored over the slate of 131 films and singled out these nine features as the ones we re most excited to see with that infamously raucous SXSW crowd. You can find the full list of films that will screen Austin here.Alice (2019) 90%Director/Screenwriter: Josephine MackerrasCast: Emilie Piponnier, Martin Swabey, Chloe BorehamSynopsis: According to Director Josephine Mackerras, Alice is about personal revolution. When Alice discovers her husband is leading a double life, everything she once believed to be true is shattered. Abandoned with a child to take care of and pushed beyond her own boundaries, she discovers a strength she never knew she had, her sense of self expands, and a new personal revolution of self and identity begins.Why we re excited about it: This is Mackerras feature debut after several promising shorts, and looks to be a woman-on-the-edge French thriller mash-up of Notes on a Scandal and Blue Jasmine.Pet Sematary (2019) 57%Directors: Kevin Kölsch, Dennis WidmyerScreenwriters: Jeff Buhler, David KajganichCast: Jason Clarke, John Lithgow, Amy SeimetzSynopsis: This remake of an adaptation of Stephen King s terrifying novel about zombie pets tormenting families first caught our attention when a trailer for the film dropped late last year. The Starry Eyes directing duo bring their version – led by John Lithgow and Jason Clarke – to the Lone Star State s premiere film festival exactly 30 years after Mary Lambert s Pet Sematary hit theaters in 1989.Why we re excited about it: Mary Lambert s 1989 Pet Sematary definitely had us thinking twice about where to bury the family dog. This updated tale looks set to lean into all the decomposing critters with even more lost-in-the-woods creepy feels. Lithgow s casting is giving us serious 1980s throwback vibes, and Clarke might just be able to finally break into leading man status with a strong showing here.Villains (2019) 85%Directors/Screenwriters: Dan Berk, Robert OlsenCast: Bill Skarsgåard, Maika Monroe, Kyra Sedgwick, Jeffrey DonovanSynopsis: A couple of wannabe gangsters rob the wrong home, are thrust into a dark web of sadism at the hands of a seemingly normal suburban family, and must do everything they can to break out.Why we re excited about it: After IT, just saying the name Bill Skarsgård kinda gives us chills. Director duo Berk and Olsen have primarily worked in the VOD-style horror genre, but have brought some star power to their latest effort with Skarsgård and Greta star Maika Monroe.The Curse of La Llorona (2019) 28%(Photo by New Line Cinema)Director: Michael ChavesScreenwriters: Mikki Daughtry, Tobias IaconisCast: Linda Cardellini, Raymond Cruz, Patricia VelasquezSynopsis: The Latin legend of La Lorona is roaming the streets of Los Angeles during the 1970s. A social worker brushes off a mother s terrified warnings and is in turn pulled into a frightening world of supernatural horror.Why we re excited about it: You had us at James Wan. The modern-day horror master who launched the Conjuring, Saw, and Insidious franchises is in the producer s chair for this adaptation of the Latin American folk legend of La Llorona, the Weeping Woman who cries over lost her children and wreaks havoc by kidnapping kids and terrorizing mothers with her haunting cries. Sounds like a perfect recipe for scares.Stuber (2019) 42% (Work in Progress)Director: Michael DowseScreenwriter: Tripper ClancyCast: Kumail Nanjiani, Dave Bautista, Karen GillanSynopsis:  An unassuming uber driver picks up a cop on the hunt for a brutal killer and inadvertently gets caught up in harrowing action.Why we re excited about it: Though not a completed effort, other films have headed to SXSW with the work-in-progress label and gone on to great success (The Disaster Artist, Keanu, Sausage Party). With two Guardians in tow, this was already one to stop for, but adding the red-hot Nanjiani just adds to the must see factor. Guardians showed us that Bautista has comedic chops, and if there s a chance we could pull some Avengers: Endgame clues from him or Gillan while in Austin, it will be worth our time.The Beach Bum (2019) 57%Director/Screenwriter: Harmony KorineCast: Matthew McConaughey, Snoop Dogg, Isla Fisher, Stefania Lavie Owen, Jimmy Buffett, Zac Efron, Martin LawrenceSynopsis: A hilarious examination of an aging hippie. Moondog, a lovable rogue who is living life by his own rules, encounters an equally entertaining cast of characters along the way.Why we re excited about it: Austin s own son, Matthew McConaughey, looks to return to his roots with some help from Zac Efron and Snoop Dogg. (Some of us still remember McConaughey playing the bongos in the nude outside his home.) Needless to say, it s not a stretch for the University of Texas grad to embody an aging beach hippie living by his own rules. Plus there is more than a likely chance that McConaughey s old friend Willie Nelson will be around for the premiere.Long Shot (2019) 81%Director: Jonathan LevineScreenwriter: Dan SterlingCast: Seth Rogen, Charlize Theron, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Andy Serkis, June Diane Raphael, Ravi Patel, Alexander SkarsgårdSynopsis: A romance between Hillary Clinton type diplomat and a fratboy journalist looks threaten her stellar reputation and presidential ambitions.Why we re excited about it: This Knocked Up–styled odd couple comedy pairs Rogen and Theron, she as a presidential candidate and he as her speechwriter. A comedic version of Scandal, perhaps? Rogen has had a long history of Certified Fresh premieres at SXSW as a star and producer: Blockers, The Disaster Artist, Sausage Party, and TV s The Preacher each enjoyed a Texas-sized welcome from fans and critics. We also spied some surprising chemistry between the two in the freshly released trailer, leaving us more than a little intrigued.Us (2019) 93%Director/Screenwriter: Jordan PeeleCast: Lupita Nyong o, Winston Duke, Elisabeth Moss, Tim Heidecker, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Anna Diop, Evan Alex, Shahadi Wright-Joseph, Madison Curry, Cali SheldonSynopsis: An upper-middle class African American family takes off with their two children for a once-in-a-lifetime beach vacation that turns into the ultimate nightmare when deranged doppelgangers invade. In Jordan Peele s next horror flick, we look to find out what happens when you become your own worst fear.Why we re excited about it: Jordan Peele s follow up to Get Out starring a Black Panther scene-stealer and our vote for 2019 s Scream Queen? Who isn t excited?Olympic Dreams (2019) 70%Alexi Pappas and Nick Kroll, Olympic Dreams Director: Jeremy TeicherScreenwriters: Alexi Pappas, Jeremy Teicher, Nick KrollCast: Nick Kroll, Alexi Pappas, Gus Kenworthy, Morgan Schild, Jamie AndersonSynopsis: At the Winter Olympics, a cross-country skier befriends a volunteer dentist after her Olympic dreams are dashed following a disappointing finish. They share a brief but heartfelt romance in an unlikely place.Why we re excited about it: Pulling double duty as writer and star, Nick Kroll (Big Mouth, Oh, Hello on Broadway) looks set to make a successful comedy-to-drama crossover. Filmed on location at the 2018 winter Olympics, the movie sees Kroll step into his first lead role as a cross-country skier who falls for another athlete (played by Alexi Pappas, who was an Olympic long-distance runner and co-wrote the script). The rom-com also co-stars Winter Olympics superstar Gus Kenworthy.Like this? 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九游会登录入口 Like many who have come before her, director Melina Matsoukas began her career behind the camera in the music world, crafting award-winning videos for the likes of Beyoncé, Ne-Yo, Lady Gaga, and Katy Perry, before she went on to helm episodes of critically acclaimed TV series Insecure and Master of None. It was on the latter that she first worked alongside Lena Waithe, most notably on a pivotal Thanksgiving episode centered on Waithe s character, Denise. The two of them reunite for this week s Queen Slim, Matsoukas feature directorial debut and Waithe s feature writing debut, and critics are calling their new collaboration a success. Daniel Kaluuya and Jodie Turner-Smith star as the titular duo, a young Black couple on a first date who are pulled over by a cop presumably for a routine traffic stop. The situation escalates quickly and erupts into violence, and when the cop ends up dead, Queen and Slim flee the scene and become heralded as a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde when video of the incident goes viral. Critics say Queen Slim is a provocative examination of timely issues that tackles its potentially thorny themes thoughtfully, but also roots them in a gripping drama bolstered by powerful performances from its two leads. It may not necessarily be an ideal post-turkey pick-me-up, but it should be rewarding to viewers willing to engage with it.

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