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bob体育官网注册登录采用百度引擎7(Baidu 4)Frances, starring Jessica Lange, is one of those movies that for me was quite connected to my wanting to be an actor. I had obviously been to the movies many times as a young person, but I think I was about 14, or 15 when I was at home on a Sunday, and this movie I turned a channel, and it was on cable, or whatever cable was at that time. And it was midway through the movie, and I just was transfixed and went out, back when we could go to the video store, and I rented it, so I could watch it from the beginning. And to me, it s just an extraordinary portrait of an actress. Frances Farmer, I didn t have knowledge about her and her work, but also whatever I knew of her working-wise, I certainly didn t know anything about her real life, which is really tragic, and a painful movie to watch.Jessica Lange gives one of the greatest performances, and it was my introduction to Kim Stanley, who is actually the screensaver on one of my cell phones. [The pictures is] from her performance in Bus Stop, not from Frances; it’s just been on my phone for I don t even know how long. And just again, there s a thematic thread here [with Frances]: it s another story about mother and daughter. At its core that s what it s about. And I just find it incredibly powerful. It was just like watching two acting titans and thinking, Oh, if that s what acting is, I want to do that. And of course, I ve come to learn that a lot of times acting doesn t get to be that, but every once in a while you get to touch on that, and it was really inspiring – and another movie poster I had in house.What was it like then to get to work so closely and frequently with Jessica Lange?Well, that was one of those moments that I ll never forget. I actually first worked with her on Broadway. We did a production in 2005 of Glass Menagerie, which is where we first met when I was about 29 years old. And I ll never forget sitting in a room waiting, which was part of the process of getting a job, but you had to do your final audition with Jessica. And for someone like me, who is such an enormous fan [of Jessica] – she’s someone who I credit with really igniting the acting fire for me, and someone whose career I would love to have emulated, so it s a very big scary day for me. I remember hearing her walk down the hallway. And I remember saying out loud – without even realizing it – I said, Oh, gosh, here she comes. And I didn t even realize I said it out loud, and I was in a room full of people: the directors, the casting directors. I m sure they were just absolutely terrified that I was gonna blow the whole thing by not being able to speak, but… Now, [working with Jessica] has evolved into something where I don t burst into tears every time I get a phone call from [her]. Do you know what I mean? It s landed in a place where I recognize that we’re actually people who have a working history together that is based on something real and not just my absolute adoration of her.

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哈哈,没错我又来了。我这一周一篇的投稿简直是敬业先锋好吧!眼熟我的小伙伴肯定都发现了,我写过测评的游戏大部分都是端游的移植作品,那么上周宣传的沸沸扬扬的《APEX英雄》手游自然也在我的计划之中,不然都对不起我群里“重伤倒地之王”的称号。 话虽如此,游戏可以不玩,但牌是一定要打的。在这次手游里,制作组将古剑三中最为出彩的小游戏千秋戏放置到了手游里。这小游戏考验的就是对古剑单机版的熟悉度,基本玩法是每次出牌可以把同颜色的拿走,凑到有渊源与关系的人物或场景牌就能加分,最后分数高者胜。看到这个小游戏挪上手游我个人还是十分高兴的,但对于这作入坑的小伙伴来说打牌或多或少有点难受了。
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Netflix dominated the week with several big reveals, starting with the news that a Witcher prequel is in the works. Plus, get the low-down on Ratched, the Ryan Murphy origin-story series about a psychiatric-hospital nurse with her own issues. The streamer also reportedly has a Splinter Cell anime adaptation in the works, picked up seven classic Black comedies, and more in the week s top TV and streaming news.TOP STORYThe Witcher Gets a Prequel With Blood Origin(Photo by Netflix)Netflix has ordered a six-episode prequel limited series for The Witcher, called The Witcher: Blood Origin, and set 1,200 years before the events of the original series.Logline: Set in an Elven world 1200 years before the world of The Witcher, Blood Origin will tell a story lost to time — the origin of the very first Witcher, and the events that lead to the pivotal conjunction of the spheres, when the worlds of monsters, men, and elves merged to become one. The Witcher showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich will serve as executive producer, with The Witcher writer Declan de Barra as executive producer and showrunner, and The Witcher author Andrzej Sapkowski as a consultant.“As a lifelong fan of fantasy, I am beyond excited to tell the story The Witcher: Blood Origin, De Barra said in a statement. A question has been burning in my mind ever since I first read The Witcher books: What was the Elven world really like before the cataclysmic arrival of the humans? I ve always been fascinated by the rise and fall of civilizations, how science, discovery, and culture flourish right before that fall. How vast swathes of knowledge are lost forever in such a short time, often compounded by colonization and a rewriting of history. Leaving only fragments of a civilization’s true story behind. The Witcher: Blood Origin will tell the tale of the Elven civilization before its fall, and most importantly reveal the forgotten history of the very first Witcher.”Ratched’s All-Star Cast, Led by Sarah Paulson, Unfolds the Backstory of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest Villain Nurse Mildred Ratched(Photo by Netflix)Ryan Murphy’s latest collaboration with Sarah Paulson (pictured), Ratched, will debut on Netflix on Sept. 18. The eight-episode season features an all-star cast that includes actors from other Murphy projects, like the American Horror Story and American Crime Story series.Paulson, an Emmy winner for her collaboration with Murphy on The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story and a multiple Emmy nominee for five seasons of Murphy’s AHS, will play the titular role of Mildred Ratched, the psychiatric hospital nurse who “presents herself as the perfect image of what a dedicated nurse should be … (but) Mildred’s stylish exterior belies a growing darkness that has long been smoldering within, revealing that true monsters are made, not born.”(Photo by Netflix)The suspenseful prequel to Ken Kesey’s 1962 novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and its 1975 film adaptation, for which Louise Fletcher won an Oscar for her portrayal of Nurse Ratched, also stars AHS and The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story alum Jon Jon Briones as controversial Dr. Richard Hanover; Finn Wittrock (AHS, The Normal Heart, The Assassination of Gianni Versace) as serial killer Edmund Tolleson; Sharon Stone (pictured) as eccentric heiress Lenore Osgood; Judy Davis (Feud: Bette and Joan) as tough Nurse Betsy Bucket; Corey Stoll (The Normal Heart) as private detective Charles Wainwright; Cynthia Nixon as Gwendolyn Briggs, a political campaign manager; Alice Englert as hospital staffer Dolly; Vincent D’Onofrio as creepy Governor George Wilburn; Charlie Carver as hospital staffer Huck; Sophie Okonedo as Charlotte Wells; and Amanda Plummer as motel owner Louise.Don Cheadle, Rosanna Arquette, Brandon Flynn, Hunter Parrish, and Harriet Sansom Harris (AHS and Hollywood) are also among the cast.Paulson is also as executive producer on the series, which was given a two-season order from Netflix, as is Michael Douglas, who won his first Oscar as one of the producers of the 1975 Best Picture-winning One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest movie.bob体育官网注册登录This Week s Ketchup brings you another eight headlines from the world of film development news (those stories about what movies Hollywood is working on for you next), covering up-and-coming titles like Black Adam, Cinderella, Django/Zorro, and Magic 8-Ball.This WEEK S TOP STORYTOM HOLLAND S UNCHARTED MOVIE DATED FOR 2020(Photo by Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images)Tom Holland, the star of next month s Spider-Man: Far from Home, obviously has one of the biggest franchises going right now (both the Spider-Man movies and the MCU at large). That doesn t mean, however, that he can t start building other franchises for his filmography. Perhaps surprisingly for his age (23), that next big role for Tom Holland is Nathan Drake, the star of Sony s Uncharted video game franchise. (It appears that, as with Alicia Vikander s Tomb Raider reboot, the first Uncharted movie might be a prequel or origin story.) The movie has been in development for a while, but Sony Pictures has confirmed production by announcing a release date of December 18, 2020. By aiming for that weekend, Sony is directly taking on Steven Spielberg s West Side Story remake and Eddie Murphy s Coming to America sequel. The Uncharted video games combine elements of Tomb Raider, Indiana Jones, and arguably Nicolas Cage s National Treasure movies. The first Uncharted movie will be directed by Dan Trachtenberg, who made his debut in 2016 with 10 Cloverfield Lane (Certified Fresh at 90%).Fresh Developments1. QUENTIN TARANTINO S DJANGO TO CROSSOVER WITH ZORRO(Photo by Andrew Cooper/Weinstein Company)Much has been written in the last year or so about Quentin Tarantino s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (7/26/2019) (currently Fresh at 94%) and his possible Star Trek plans, but another old rumor was confirmed this week with the news that Tarantino is also producing (but probably won t direct) what s basically a sequel to his 2012 Southern Django Unchained, starring Jamie Foxx as the title character. As appealing as such a sequel might be on its own, the title takes it to another level, because Django/Zorro would cross the character over with the Californian freedom fighter who is celebrating his 100th anniversary this year. Quentin Tarantino has enlisted comedian-turned-screenwriter Jerrod Carmichael, of TV s The Carmichael Show, to adapt the Dynamite Entertainment and Vertigo Comics comic book of the same title.2. SIMON PEGG AND NICK FROST REUNITING TO PRODUCE HORROR MOVIE SVALTA(Photo by Rogue Pictures courtesy Everett Collection)From 2004 to 2013, British comic actors Simon Pegg (a.k.a. Scotty from Star Trek and Benji from the Mission:Impossible movies) and Nick Frost starred in director Edgar Wright s Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and The World s End), and also co-starred together in other films like Paul and The Adventures of Tintin. We should note right away that they re not yet confirmed to be starring in this week s new project, but they are producing the film together. Pegg and Frost have sold a horror pitch called Svalta to Orion Pictures, with Frost also attached as the film s screenwriter. Svalta will tell the story of a family on their summer vacation to a remote Swedish island [called Svalta] where they discover a serial killer is on the loose, but the locals have no interest in helping the stranded family of tourists. 3. NEW PROJECTS FOR MAHERSHALA ALI AND BARRY JENKINS(Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough, Steve Mack/Everett Collection)In 2016, Mahershala Ali and director Barry Jenkins took home a trio of Oscars including Best Picture and Best Supporting Actor for their collaborative work on the coming-of-age drama Moonlight, and both of their stars have only risen higher since. Accordingly, each of them made headlines with new film projects this week. Mahershala Ali is now attached to executive produce and star in a Fox Searchlight true story drama called Solitary. The film will be adapted from a memoir by Albert Woodfox, who spent 43 years in solitary confinement at Louisiana s notorious Angola Prison. Barry Jenkins new film is also set up at Fox Searchlight, and it will be an untitled biopic about acclaimed dance choreographer Alvin Ailey.4. POP STAR CAMILA CABELLO S CINDERELLA SCHEDULED FOR 2021 (Photo by Steve Mack/Everett Collection)Sony Pictures is moving forward with plans for a new version of the fairy tale Cinderella starring Camila Cabello, a Cuban-American pop star who got her start as a contestant on The X-Factor in 2012, as the studio officially scheduled the film for release on February 5, 2021. That puts it one week after the Rugrats reboot movie (1/29/2021) and one week before Marvel Studios first movie in 2021 (we don t know which movie that is yet). This new Cinderella will be directed by Blockers (Certified Fresh at 83%) Kay Cannon, who this week also made the news for a project called 79ers. That movie is being produced by Will Ferrell and Seth Rogen and is described as being like The Goonies for adults, following a group of friends who are forced to reunite 20 years later after failing to finish a treasure hunt as teenagers.5. BILL SKARSGARD TO SPEND NINE DAYS WITH VARIOUS MARVEL MOVIE CO-STARS(Photo by Brooke Palmer/Warner Bros.)It s not that uncommon that the same actor or filmmaker shows up in more than one new project in a given week, but this week we saw this happen a few times. Let s start here with a supernatural thriller called Nine Days, in which Black Panther and Us star Winston Duke will play a mysterious man who interviews prospective candidates, a personification of human souls for the privilege that he once had. (This writer doesn t quite know what that even means, but there you go.) Those personifications will be played by Zazie Beetz (Domino from Deadpool 2), Benedict Wong (Wong from Doctor Strange), and Bill Skarsgård (a.k.a. Pennywise from IT). The repeat star in this case is Bill Skarsgård, who also signed on this week to star in a true crime drama called Gilded Rage.6. PETER DINKLAGE SAYS I CARE A LOT (Photo by HBO)Going into the final episodes of Game of Thrones, it seemed likely that the show s various stars would be riding career highs and that the casting stories would be chock-ablock with their names. That, however, was until everyone saw those last two episodes, which seemed to put the brakes on eight seasons of fan and critical love. Having said that, the stars of the show are obviously talented, and they should be just fine. Case in point: Peter Dinklage, GoT s Tyrion Lannister, joined Gone Girl star Rosamund Pike in a thriller called I Care a Lot. Pike will star as a legal guardian (a lawyer or a foster parent, it s unclear), but Dinklage s character is being kept secret.7. TWO YOUNG NETFLIX STARS CAST AS THE DAUGHTERS OF BILL TED FACE THE MUSIC (Photo by Elizabeth Goodenough, Kristin Callahan/Everett Collection)The last time we saw Bill S. Preston (Alex Winter) and Ted Logan (Keanu Reeves) in 1991 s Bill Ted s Bogus Journey, the rock stars of the band Wyld Stallyns seemed to be riding high, including happy relationships with their princess girlfriends plucked from medieval times. It s still unclear what all happened to Bill and Ted in the last 25+ years, but this week, we learned that their characters both now have teenage daughters. Those roles will be played by Netflix stars Samara Weaving (The Babysitter) and Brigette Lundy-Paine (Atypical) when Bill Ted Face the Music next summer (8/21/2020).Rotten Ideas2. DWAYNE JOHNSON REUNITING WITH JUNGLE CRUISE DIRECTOR FOR BLACK ADAM (Photo by Vince Valitutti/Columbia Pictures)Disney s Jungle Cruise, based on their long-running theme park ride, doesn t come out until next July (7/24/2020), so most people probably don t even know it s in the works. (FYI, Disney also recruited their Mary Poppins Returns star, Emily Blunt, to take that cruise as well.) Nevertheless, Dwayne Johnson must ve had great things to say about his Jungle Cruise director, because Jaume Collett-Serra has now been recruited by New Line Cinema to reunite with Johnson on Black Adam. Johnson has long been attached to star in the DC Comics adaptation, including a time when he would have co-starred in Shazam! as the immortal Egyptian villain-turned-antihero Black Adam. (It s arguable that Mark Strong s Dr. Sivana filled the role Black Adam would have.) Jaume Collett-Serra s Tomatometer is mostly comprised of Rotten splotches, but he did receive Fresh scores for Non-Stop and The Shallows. Hopefully these next two collaborations with Dwayne Johnson will yield better results.1. MAGIC 8 BALL GETTING ITS OWN BLUMHOUSE HORROR FRANCHISE(Photo by Suzanne Tenner/Relativity Media courtesy Everett Collection)Blumhouse Productions, Universal Pictures, and Hasbro Films had two relative hits with Ouija and its prequel Ouija: Origin of Evil. With that in mind, Blumhouse and Universal are uniting with another toy company, Mattel, on a similar project, this time based on Magic 8-Balls. We can all shake our Magic 8-Balls to see what it says about a Magic 8-Ball movie, but one thing that suggests outlook not so good is that the director Blumhouse and Universal have hired for the job is Jeff Wadlow. Of the six feature films on Wadlow s, not one has received a Fresh score, with 2013 s superhero sequel Kick-Ass 2 earning the highest score at 32% on the Tomatometer. Jeff Wadlow s next film before taking on Magic 8-Ball will be the movie adaptation of the long-running ABC supernatural drama Fantasy Island, starring Michael Peña as the new Mr. Roarke.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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我的世界emmm这游戏是我接触的第一款手游,当时是用多玩盒子玩的现在被网易代理了,以前呢版本没现在这么多,但是图的就是和朋友一起建房子玩生存,真的很有回忆感,后面接触到了pc端的mc后,手游就基本放弃了,pc端mod玩法多样比手机版有更多的可玩性,然后mc手游就弃游了。。。

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hip.”“The relationship [between Ellie and Carl] was drawn largely from both Bob Peterson s relationship with his wife and my own relationship. There s high points and low points, difficulties and successes, and so we really wanted to portray the full wide breadth of that relationship. [There were] two relationships in particular that we focused on. Marc Davis was one of Disney s nine old men. He and Alice have a sort of fabled marriage and getting to know them was amazing. We got to visit their studio and talk about a little bit of their life together. And, actually, the two of them traveled to Papua, New Guinea. They went on these fantastic adventures as well as both being artists. So they were a great inspiration. [The other relationship was that of] Joe Grant, who was a guy that was head of story basically on Dumbo. He developed Fantasia, all these amazing films, was second in position down with Walt Disney in the 30s and 40s. And I got to know him late in his life as well and he had a wonderful relationship with his wife. So just looking around us at all these great role models and people, you realize, OK, nobody s perfect. Everybody has their bumps. I think that s what makes the sequence feel a little bit more real for people.”Pete Docter says he knew Carl had to have a reason to go on his adventure. (Photo by ©Walt Disney Co./courtesy Everett Collection)THE MOMENT: Carl and EllieOver the last three decades, the animator-tormenters at Pixar have been jerking the tears from our eyes with precision. Think of Jessie s When Somebody Loved Me sequence from Toy Story 2, or the moment Bing Bong fades away in Inside Out. Or the final moments of Toy Story 3. Or any of the other dozens of times the studio has turned on our waterworks. Chief among these moving moments is the opening sequence of Up, which sees Carl and Ellie meet cute as roughhousing kids, then court, marry, and persevere through some very dark times, ultimately living out a happy life until eventually Ellie dies, leaving Carl alone. It s beautiful and wrenching stuff, and goes to places few expect a family movie to go (at one point, we see the couple visit a doctor and learn that they cannot have children). Docter says the sequence underwent a number of changes before taking its final form. An original slapstick-style approach was ditched, as was most of the dialogue, and the filmmakers debated just how far they could push their audience when it came to the darker side of life.Ellie and Carl meet as kids at the beginning of the sequence. (Photo by ©Walt Disney Co./courtesy Everett Collection)“[Originally] Carl was, in the very first bit, trying to catch a bird and Ellie came to the bird s defense and punched him. Now Carl was out for revenge.”“The first draft of this was showing how their relationship [started]. So we introduced the characters to each other. We saw them as kids when they first saw each other. And it became kind of a battle. In fact, Carl was, in the very first bit, trying to catch a bird and Ellie came to the bird s defense and punched him. So now Carl was out for revenge. It became a back-and-forth of punching contests in the most unlikely places; in the middle of a Christmas pageant or taking the trash out. These very innocent scenes – the characters would surprise each other and punch each other. We thought it was hilarious, but [then] we showed it to the audience – we do a screening here at Pixar as we re making the films, we screen them about every three months – and it just kind of went over like a lead balloon. Nobody really laughed. So we thought, Well, this has to be shorter anyway because it s taking too long to get to the main action of our film. As it turned out that sequence really reduced down to about four-and-a-half minutes. It’s really not too long but it also becomes the emotional bedrock on which the rest of the film relies to move forward.”“Ronnie del Carmen, who was our head of story, came to me and said, ‘I think this would work better with no dialogue.’”“That sequence started fully scripted. We wrote multiple short little scenes where they were finishing each other s sentences and discussing stuff. Then as we started to storyboard it, Ronnie del Carmen, who was our head of story, came to me and said, ‘I think this would work better with no dialogue.’ And I said, ‘No, I think you re wrong. I think we should continue with the direction we set.’ But he eventually talked me into it and boy, the further we went We initially had sound effects and we took those out. We basically stripped it down just to music. My theory is, and it’s a somewhat crackpot theory probably, but I grew up watching Super 8 films that my parents had taken of all of us, and there s something about stripping away some element that makes it more emotional. Similarly, I have some audio cassettes that my parents recorded of us when we were kids and you can t see but you can hear. Something about having something lacking makes the audience have to fill in. They have to be an active participant and get involved in a way.”Ellie and Carl as their relationship progresses in the opening sequence. (Photo by ©Walt Disney Co./courtesy Everett Collection)“The pain and loss of that situation bonded those characters together and made you empathize more with them.”“There s one moment in that montage where Ellie has to go to the doctor and it s sort of implied that they can t have children for whatever reason. We didn t spell it out because we didn t feel like that was necessary. That raised some eyebrows even here at work as we were developing the film. Someone – it was an anonymous person – it must have hit too close to home and [they] got very upset. So, we did experiment with taking it out. And we thought, Well, maybe [the sequence] could still work [without it] because there s some really charming stuff. But the strange thing was, not only did we not feel the emotion as strongly in that one little sequence, but as we watched the rest of the film the whole film lost a little bit. I can t really fully explain that other than to say it was a real dark, low moment for them that I think made that relationship feel more real. The sort of pain and loss of that situation bonded those characters together and made you empathize more with them.”THE IMPACT: Life s Complexities, DistilledThe accolades came quickly for Up. The movie became at the time only the second animated movie ever to be nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards (it would take home Best Animated Feature, as well as Best Original Score for Michael Giacchino, whose composition, Married Life, is so key to the success of the opening sequence). Just as quickly, it entered the canon of Pixar greats, right alongside Finding Nemo, Toy Story, Wall-E, and the rest. But for Docter, the real lasting legacy of Up is felt in the form of letters and fan interactions, not shiny awards, when he sees first-hand how the moving moment that he helped create has affected and helped others.“She said it was very cathartic and that she felt as though she got to spend some time with her husband in a weird way.”“When we start out making these films, we re just trying to make something funny and entertaining and hopefully with a bit of heart and emotion to it. But they sometimes really tap into people s own lives in ways that are completely unexpected. There was a woman who wrote to me who said her husband had just died and so she went to the film just needing a break from life to get away from the sorrow. As I m reading the letter I m thinking, ‘Oh no’ – the wife dies and so it s mirroring her own life experience. But in the long run she said it was very cathartic and that she kind of felt as though she got to spend some time with her husband in a weird way. Even though this is a bunch of pixels on the screen and none of it actually exists. Part of what I really love [about] making animated films is that none of it exists. It s all a big trick. And yet when done well we can really make the audience care about these characters, believe in them as though they re real people.”Pete Docter at the Los Angeles premiere of Up in 2009. (Photo by Michael Germana/Everett Collection)“These films are dress rehearsals for life for a lot of people.”“These films in a way are dress rehearsals for life for a lot of people. I know when kids play house or cars or whatever, they re kind of acting out what they re looking [at] around them. They re kind of trying this suit on, and I think films are a little bit the same way. It s a way of understanding the world. We’ve had a lot of people respond, both on Up and especially on Inside Out, talking about how their autistic children really use these films in very significant ways to understand emotion, to understand interaction, relationships. I think because you can watch it over and over. This is something animation does; we try to distill down all the complexity and nuance and messiness into something clean and easy to see. It s like a caricature. In three lines, Al Hirschfeld would do these amazing caricatures of people that looked more like them than their own face did. That’s what we re striving to do with animation: to take all the messiness of life and make it more pure and easy to understand.”Up was released on May 29, 2009. Buy or rent it at FandangNOW.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.

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4.82.0 2月喜迎Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg took the world by storm with her work to combat the global climate change crisis and in doing so became one of the most recognizable activists on the planet. Chronicling her journey across the globe fighting for action, sitting down with world leaders, and making media appearances, I Am Greta gives an intimate look at the young woman behind the movement. Kelsey Adams of Georgia Straight writes, Director Nathan Grossman captures the humanity of her larger-than-life tale with an unnervingly close look into her interior life. Streaming on Hulu November 13th
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Perfection – it s not just a fictional town in Nevada. It s also a film called Tremors, which is set in that fictional Nevada town (pop. 14, fluctuating) and was released 30 years ago this weekend. Hang on, Val, let s not go off half-cocked, you cry (because in this scenario, you are dumb, skeptical Nestor, doomed to be sucked into a burrowing earth-monster s mouth, while I, of course, am the reluctantly valiant Val). Are you really saying that this unassuming, low-budget 1990 B-movie-pastiche flop starring an actor so ubiquitous there s a game about it, the dad from Family Ties, a country singer-turned-actress, the little girl from Jurassic Park, the Asian guy from 3 Ninjas, and Fred Ward, is actually perfect? Why, yes, I am.Tremors, starring Kevin Bacon, Michael Gross, Reba McEntire, Ariana Richards, Victor Wong, and Fred Ward, is the feature directorial debut of Ron Underwood, who would go on to hit massively with City Slickers and miss even more massively with The Adventures of Pluto Nash. Tremors is neither of those extremes: a perceived disappointment on release, it turned a m profit on an m budget but really found its groove on home video formats and TV syndication. So, like many others, my own lifelong love affair with this modest masterpiece did not begin with a trip to the theater. To this day, not one of my 60-odd viewings of this ridiculously rewatchable horror-comedy has ever been on the big screen.No, I first saw Tremors as God intended: on a dodgy VHS recorded off the TV and missing the first 40 seconds. We only upgraded to a store-bought video – and discovered that gorgeous, foreshadowing opening wide shot of Kevin Bacon s Val peeing off the very cliff where the film will end, doubtless an homage to John Ford s The Searchers – when that homemade copy grew snowy with overuse and threatened to gum up the VCR. My point here is that you can look back on the film s lackluster 1990 reception and speculate that it somehow wasn t made for instant-gratification contemporary mass consumption. Instead, destined to become more beloved by the chosen few who privately discovered it, Tremors was, despite its tone of breezy disposability, built to last.(Photo by MCA/Universal Pictures)The sturdiness of its construction begins with the screenplay. Writers Brent Maddock and S.S. Wilson, flirting with fame after the success of Short Circuit, and years before they d flirt with notoriety by writing Wild Wild West (fun fact: Wild Wild West had a screenplay!) worked and reworked a concept that Wilson had jotted down years before while on a desert hike: What if there was something under the ground that meant I couldn t get off this rock? That slim idea eventually blossomed into an archetypally classic screenplay seriously, budding screenwriters could save a few hundred bucks by spending the weekend of their Robert McKee seminar just watching this movie repeatedly instead. All the rules are pristinely observed: the gradual escalation of stakes; the way character dictates destiny; and a climax in which the salvation of the community (the remaining townsfolk gathered on that residual boulder ) and the solution of the hero s previously established central flaw (Val s inability to plan ahead) pivot around the same piece of action (the outwitting of Ol Stumpy, the final Graboid).No two of the four monsters are ever killed in the same manner – they are, variously, knocked out, shot to pieces, blown up with bombs, and finally, bested by gravity and their own imperfect evolutionary design ( Can you fly, you sucker? ). Acts of heroism and moments of ingenuity are shared liberally among the whole cast of oddball misfits Miguel s idea for the tractor decoy, Rhonda s pole-vaulting escape plan, Heather s precision shooting at the tentacle gripping her husband s leg, Earl s going fishing notion, the sheer overwhelming firepower represented by Burt s basement ( Broke into the wrong goddamn rec room, didn t you, you bastard! ). And everything, from Val and Earl s frequent games of rock-paper-scissors to the constant yin-yang of their cigarette bit (one will have the pack and the other will have the lighter) and Val s opening jibe about Earl s stampede story, gets picked up on later. This is a film that refers back to itself in an endless enclosed loop, and that s what I mean when I say perfection: Tremors is a complete system, a complete microcosmic universe, unto itself.(Photo by MCA/Universal Pictures)So the plotting, with its steady rhythms of snarky dialogue, spooky phenomena, slimy sight gags, and cheesy jump scares, is almost schematic. But it s so skillfully fleshed out by an unusually characterful cast that we don t notice the mechanics at work across its economical 96 minutes. Even minor players – many of them destined for grisly deaths – are unusually dimensional. We only ever see him dead from dehydration, clinging to a telephone pole and clutching his trusty Winchester, but that damned old boozehound Edgar Deems (Sunshine Parker) has a whole offscreen history behind his sorry ass. Ditto Old Fred (Michael Dan Wagner), the sheepfarmer whose terrified dead face provides the film s best scare. The doctor (Conrad Bachman) and his wife (Bibi Besch) are given a lovely moment of long-married-couple sparring before being offed in the movie s most affecting sequence. Even the two doomed construction workers drilling on the road to Bixby get a little moment of bumbling, Abbott-and-Costello action before winding up little more than a splodge of brain matter inside a hard hat.The town s residents are better drawn still, up to and including the adorable natural chemistry that exists between Bacon s Val and Fred Ward s Earl. Yet they share a curious feature that contributes to the film s endless rewatchability: they exist sharply in the present moment, but their lives are never actually explained. Really, the whole town of Perfection is inexplicable: where does Melvin (Bobby Jacoby), one of cinema s greatest annoying-s thead teenagers, come from? Where are his parents? How does he live? What did Burt do before moving here that gave him the financial wherewithal to build his desert fortress? Where does visiting student Rhonda pleistocene alluvials LeBeck (Finn Carter) actually live? How did Walter Chang (Victor Wong) end up owning the town s sole amenity? (Side note: if you want to read about a storied life, just look into artist and actor Wong s bio, which includes palling around with Langston Hughes and Lawrence Ferlinghetti and inspiring a character in Jack Kerouac s Big Sur).(Photo by MCA/Universal Pictures)And of course, how did Val and Earl, among the most bromantic buddy pairings the medium has ever conjured up, come to occupy adjacent trailers in a two-horse town that s little more than a wide spot in the dusty road to Bixby? How did they stumble into their pre-gig-economy jobs as hired hands/handymen? How did they meet and formulate their borderline Beckettian double act (just call them Valdimir and Earlstragon)? As with the Graboids, you can have theories on where everyone comes from, but the hows and whys are just not that important. In fact, it may be crucial to the film s delicious longevity that those issues remain undefined: while some are addressed in the film s four DTV sequels, its prequel, and its two TV show incarnations (the latter of which happened as recently as 2018 but never got beyond the pilot), those explanations always spoil the perfectly calibrated balance between goofy, gory, and good-natured that only the original Tremors ever achieved.Cliffs to the north, mountains to the east and west, and the only road out of town is blocked Perfection exists in total geographic isolation. And Tremors, the movie, exists in a kind of temporal isolation, in which its multiple time frames combine to take it out of time altogether. This is a never-never land comprised of the throwback 1950s monster flicks it so affectionately parodies, the frontier westerns that its spectacular photography evokes (as well as the characterization of Val and Earl as anachronistic cowboys stranded in modern times), and the easing global tensions and general optimism of the glasnost era in which it was made. It s a perfect bubble of contradictions that exists outside of real-world circumstance, politics, or anything as faddish as relevance. And yet that makes Tremors a curiously vital place to visit once in a while, especially in more divisive moments. It s a cheesy, schlocky, irreverent entertainment that is also a timeless reminder of an America that both never and always existed, in which human qualities of decency, community and ingenuity always outweigh ideological differences, and all that s really needed to defeat the beasts beneath our feet is gumption, good-heartedness, and​ ​a few household chemicals in the proper proportion.(Photo by MCA/Universal Pictures)Tremors was released on January 19, 1990.

ng suspects along with a preview some of the show s upcoming storylines.Penelope Blossom(Photo by Katie Yu/The CW)As one of the two principal gamemasters during the 1980s G G craze, Penelope Blossom (Nathalie Boltt) still makes a compelling suspect —even if she weaved a convincing alibi for Betty and the reconvened Midnight Club, throwing Dilton Doiley’s father, Daryl, under the bus in the process. Her details all feature the ring of truth — down to Daryl’s morbid obsession with her — but she’s still a Blossom and therefore capable of just about anything. Considering her willingness to commit Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch) last season and her involvement in the Lodge/Ghoulies cabal, orchestrating multiple murders across three decades does not seem like a stretch for her — and a slow-motion kill spree does not require a strong motive.Of course, Penelope seemed as surprised by the Ascension Party prep as everyone else, which stands as the best evidence for her innocence — at least in Featherhead’s death — even as she seems a likely suspect for anything in Riverdale.When we asked Boltt about the Gargoyle King’s identity, she offered a sly, “It’s not who you think.” She also added that Penelope has “really crazy, dark stuff coming up” in her story. “If you thought it was bad, it only gets worse … some sticky situations will arise,” she said.Some of it may have to do with Claudius Blossom (Barclay Hope), who was conspicuously absent from “The Midnight Club’s” flashback to Penelope’s first encounter with Clifford at Pop’s. “I think it s a bit of a curve ball,” she said. “It gives us something to play with in the upcoming episodes.”Hermione Lodge(Photo by Katie Yu/The CW)Last year, Hiram (Mark Consuelos) was certainly a possible mastermind behind the Black Hood (since the panic was good for his ultimate ends). But this year, Hermione (Marisol Nichols) seems the more likely Lodge behind the cow’s head mask of the Gargoyle King. As mayor, solving the latest crisis will solidify her position in town — even if it is a crisis she manufactured herself. Nichols told RT she really hopes it is not Hermione.“That means I die,” she said — not that Riverdale villains always end up on the pavement. Betty’s father, Hal (Lochlyn Munro), a.k.a. the real Black Hood, is still in prison waiting for his daughter to come to him for advice.In the short term, Nichols said Hermione is “definitely reaching her breaking point with what she s willing to do and not willing to do,” and “will redeem herself in terms of not being Hiram s shadow so much.” But could that attempt at redemption include pinning a string of seemingly senseless murders on Hiram?Hiram Lodge(Photo by Katie Yu/The CW)For as long as Hiram remains on the show, he’ll always be a default suspect in any Riverdale mystery. But during our conversation with Consuelos, the actor hinted that Hiram may have known about Gryphons and Gargoyles infiltrating the Leopold and Loeb Juvenile Detention Center.“It s a way of controlling,” he said. “Anything he does is a way of controlling the outcome for him.”The Gargoyle Gang glimpsed in this week’s episode certainly echoes the Red Circle, which Hiram helped along in both of its manifestations. And if everything really is about control for him, than G G offers a level of control heretofore unseen on Riverdale.But that introduces another question: Was he the Gargoyle King the night of the Midnight Club’s Ascension Party, or did that Gargoyle King inspire him? If so, is Hiram really working for that King? And considering his association with Warden Norton (William MacDonald), is the whole point of the SoDale prison to help the Gargoyle King find more willing players?
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It was not a notable weekend at the box office. Though the same-day streaming question certainly comes into play for one particular title, it was not a factor for the new films which led the way with some historic lows. How much new concerns over rising COVID cases across the country factored into the overall poor box office is something to take into consideration. But it might also have just been a lack of interest in the two new major titles on offer.King of the Crop: Old Win Shows Mixed Signs For Box Office Health (Photo by © Universal Pictures)Most analysts gave the edge to a certain G.I. Joe character this weekend. Then it looked like it could be a toss-up for the top slot. Ultimately, M. Night Shyamalan’s latest, Old, won handily. (Well, handily by just .7 million, but considering estimates had Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins leading with a much wider gap it was a clear and surprising reversal.)While it may surprise those chiming in on the frequent discourse over the director’s output, Old s weekend haul of .5 million is actually the lowest opening for any of his films since his breakthrough of The Sixth Sense back in 1999. The last two entries in his Unbreakable trilogy, Split and Glass, opened to million and .3 million, respectively, in 2017 and 2019. Before this weekend, his lowest opening was Lady in the Water’s million, which went on to take a career-low overall .28 million. That was the start of four straight losers at the box office for Shyamalan, including The Happening, The Last Airbender, and After Earth. The filmmaker had found a bit of career resurgence starting with The Visit in 2015 kicking off a recent string of low-budget, high-concept films that turned a healthy profit.Recommended: M. Night Shyamalan Is Feeling More and More Like His Maverick Younger SelfOn the glass half-full side, Old is another low-budget effort ( million) that may seem a bit disappointing at the moment but is hardly going to rattle Universal’s books. The half-empty side is actually more on the theatrical industry seeing as how Old is the lowest-grossing film to debut at number 1 in July in 25 years since A Time To Kill on the weekend of July 26, 1996, which actually coincided with the Atlanta Olympics that year. (This stat does not include last year when movie theaters were mostly closed.) That John Grisham adaptation actually went on to gross over 8 million, something Old will not come close to doing, but this is the third weekend since Memorial Day that the leading film grossed under million. Rotten Returns: Snake Eyes Gamble Fails to Pay Off(Photo by Ed Araquel/Paramount Pictures)Paramount moved Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins into Summer from its originally re-scheduled October date. Not that the numbers would have looked any better three months from now, but a .3 million start in July for an million-budgeted film must have someone wondering if they could have sold it to Amazon when they were having a fire sale (Coming 2 America, Without Remorse, The Tomorrow War). This is surely about more than just rising Delta variants, though, when you consider that The Rise of Cobra opened to .7 million in 2009 and Retaliation started with .5 million in 2013. That’s eight years since the last film and this is basically the second attempt to reboot the whole franchise and there have only been three movies. Perhaps the studio can take some comfort that critics have been slightly kinder to it (42% on the Tomatmeter) than the 35% and 28% Tomatometer scores of the previous films.Also qualifying is Roadside’s pick-up of Joe Bell (formerly Good Joe Bell), from Solstice Studios, which was anything but good this weekend with both a 37% on the Tomatometer and a place out of the top 10 with just 7,000 in 1,094 theaters for only a 6 per-screen-average – that is the lowest per-screen-average for any film released in over 1,000 theaters this year behind Land (1) and Voyagers (0).The Top 10 And Beyond: A New Legacy Suffers Crushing Second Quarter with 69% Dropoff(Photo by © Warner Bros. )The weekend was actually nearly even worse for Space Jam: A New Legacy, which became just the 10th film ever to open to over million and have a second weekend under million. A 69% drop from last week s .7 million to this week s .5 million actually makes it the first “PG”-rated family film to join this league. Look at the company it has now joined:The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008) (.48 million-to-.89 million)The Wolfman (.47 million-to-.89 million)Saw V (.05 million-to-.74 million)Space Jam: A New Legacy (.05 million-to-.5 million)Dark Phoenix (.82 million-to-.35 million)A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010) (.90 million-to-.11 million)The Purge (.05 million-to-.31 million)Bruno (.61 million-to-.31 million)The Devil Inside (.73 million-to-.02 million)Friday the 13th (2009) (.57 million-to-.94 million)Twenty-five years ago, Michael Jordan’s Space Jam had a 41% drop over Thanksgiving weekend to .2 million. LeBron James’ Space Jam: A New Legacy is now looking more like The Purge: Anarchy, which opened to .8 million and dropped 64.8% to .4 million and had .8 million in the bank after 10 days. A New Legacy stands at .4 million and if it continues along this pace will end up somewhere around million. The bright side is it will be the second highest-grossing film domestically for Warner Bros./HBO Max along with the highest-grossing non-PG-13-rated family film this year. The down side is the 0 million-budgeted film will not come close to breaking even, nor matching the million/0 million domestic/worldwide haul of the Jordan film.For the time being it appears that 5 million may be the new throne standard for films in the pandemic hybrid era. A Quiet Place Part II is not going to get there but still remains the most impressive earner of this period. Black Widow, which has its eyes on the throne, fell another 55% this weekend down to .6 million. Its total stands at 4.8 million, which squeaks it into the top 25 all-time July releases after 17 days. The Marvel film’s third weekend is a bit more then what The Amazing Spider-Man made in weekend three, though that film ranks 14th on the aforementioned list with 7.7 million. However, if you compare the film to Star Trek Beyond, which had a million third weekend with 7 million in the bank, Black Widow’s final number could be closer to 5 million. It has grossed over 4 million worldwide, but its odds of reaching 0 million domestically have significantly decreased. Current throne holder, F9, stands at 3 million after five weeks and is also forging a similar pace with Star Trek Beyond, which had a .9 million in its fifth weekend. F9 made .46 million and looks to be stalling out, as expected over the past several weeks, at right around 5 million.Down the list, Universal is watching The Boss Baby: Family Business and The Forever Purge settle into the million and million regions. Sony is not having any greater success with their sequel, Escape Room: Tournament of Champions, which can only hope to hit million at this point. The Anthony Bourdain documentary, Roadrunner, managed to stay another weekend in the top 10 and is up to .7 million.On The Vine: Green Knights, Cruise Captains, and An American AbroadNext week has something for families and adult moviegoers up and down. Leading the way, no doubt, will be the latest Disney ride-turned-motion-picture, Jungle Cruise, starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt. The film should easily take the number 1 slot, but will also be competing against itself with  Premier Access on Disney+. Exclusively in theaters will be Oscar-winner Tom McCarthy’s Stillwater with Matt Damon on a quest to Marseilles find out the truth over his Amanda Knox-like daughter played by Abigail Breslin. Then you can also look for David Lowery’s take on Arthurian legend with The Green Knight, starring Dev Patel, and Sony Classics releasing one of the best-reviewed films of Sundance 2020, Nine Days, featuring Winston Duke.Full List of Box Office Results: July 23-25, 2021
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Ghcxuf Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman isn’t just any run-of-the-mill awards season contender. It’s an epic collaboration between some of modern cinema s most accomplished and celebrated icons, and it s one of the most anticipated films of the year. So does this crime drama from the director of Goodfellas and The Departed   reuniting here with Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Harvey Keitel and now working with Al Pacino for the first time  live up to expectations?Reviews out of the movie’s opening-night premiere at the New York Film Festival are resoundingly positive in that regard. Not even the length or the notorious de-aging special effects can hold down what’s being called one of Scorsese’s best.Here’s what critics are saying about The Irishman:Has Scorsese got another gangster masterpiece on his hands?It’s the film that, I think, a lot of us wanted to see from Scorsese… rippling with echoes of the director’s previous Mob films but [it] also takes us someplace bold and new.  Owen Gleiberman, VarietyThe Irishman has both the frenetic swagger of his mob movies and the more contemplative gut wrench of his most spiritual films, like 1988’s The Last Temptation of Christ and his most recent film, 2016’s Silence.  Alissa Wilkinson, VoxThis is Scorsese’s least sentimental picture of mob life, and for that reason his most poignant.  A.O. Scott, New York TimesScorsese is at the top of his game.  Johnny Oleksinski, New York PostThe Irishman may not be as groundbreaking as Mean Streets or Taxi Driver, but then again, what is?  Caryn James, BBC.comSo it’s not just another Goodfellas wannabe?The Irishman is Martin Scorsese’s best crime movie since Goodfellas… an ideal match of filmmaker and source material. Eric Kohn, IndieWireThis is not Goodfellas. This is not Casino. This is Scorsese at his most reflective, crafting a masterwork that finds the filmmaker reflecting on everything he’s done, and what it’s all amounted to. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmIt’s moving in a way Goodfellas is not. An old man couldn’t have made that movie, just as a younger one couldn’t have made this one. Stephanie Zacharek, Time Magazine(Photo by Netflix)Is it reminiscent of any other movies?The Irishman reminded me a bit of Unforgiven: It feels, at last, like a critical eulogy for an era of crime fiction that Scorsese and De Niro and Pacino built. A.A. Dowd, AV ClubThere are aspects of The Irishman that recall David Lynch’s work on The Return. Joe Dieringer, Screen SlateWith stories within stories within stories, The Irishman is a little like a mob movie version of Inception. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushMove over Braveheart. Move over Air Force One. Move over Field of Dreams, Gladiator, The Right Stuff, Ben Freaking Hur. The Irishman could well be Dad Movie of the Century. Taylor Antrim, VogueHow are Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci?De N 😈😈

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bob体育官网注册登录 The first trailer for It: Chapter Two dropped on Thursday morning and well, thanks yet again for the nightmares, Pennywise, Warner Bros., Andy Muschietti and Co. Really, thanks a bunch.The bulk of the first trailer is made up of a 2 minute and 15 second scene featuring Jessica Chastain s adult Beverly coming back to Derry to visit her childhood home and meeting its current occupant – the schvitzing Mrs Kersh who, of course, is not quite as she seems. After some exchanges of pleasantries ( No one who dies here ever really dies ), we start to see that something is amiss. As in moves-around-in-the-background-like-a-dancing-clown amiss.(Photo by @ Warner Bros. Pictures)Turns out Kersh is Pennywise s daughter or so she says.The rest of the trailer features a series of quick cuts that reveal the Losers Club is back together, Pennywise is back up to his old tricks (the red balloon budget has increased sizably), romance is in the air, and we will definitely get to see the original film s younger cast in multiple flashbacks. The flavor of the original, and of Stephen King s 1986 novel, all looks in place.There are hints this could be an origin story for Pennywise – there s Kersh, saying she s his daughter (though King fans will know Kersh is a form of IT); images of an un-made-up Pennywise with his traveling circus; and, a harrowing little shot of the clown seemingly tearing off his makeup.(Photo by @ Warner Bros. Pictures)The first It trailer back in March of 2017 was an event, and broke the record for most-watched trailer online in a day with 197 million views across the world. That figure smashed the previous record held by The Fate of the Furious (but has since itself been beaten by The Lion King, Infinity War, and two trailers for Endgame). The 2017 trailer s set of creepy images – red balloons floating through libraries, clowns appearing suddenly in drains – and that terrifying tagline ( You ll float too! ) got horror fans hyped for the movie, which would go on to become the highest-grossing horror movie ever, making more than 0 million worldwide.Will the first trailer for It: Chapter Two have the same impact? The goosebumps on our necks point to yes. But what did you think of the first trailer? Let us know in the comments. In the meantime, check out our picks for the five freakiest moments from the trailer. I was always daddy s little girl. (Photo by @ Warner Bros. Pictures)Holy hell. The extended sequence of Beverly in her childhood home ends with a bang, with Mrs. Kersh running jaggedly out of the dark towards her prey. The two minutes are a study in slow-building suspense – if this is the direction director Andy Muschietti is taking us in, we re definitely here for it.Pennywise Goes Full Carl from Up(Photo by @ Warner Bros. Pictures)Seems that Richie (Bill Hader) has an encounter with our dancing clown at a carnival, and Pennywise has taken that famous sequel directive bigger is better to heart, absolutely piling on the balloons. So he can fly now. Great.A Carrie Homage?(Photo by @ Warner Bros. Pictures)

ow up – but when they do, the tension ratchets up to levels that have some calling The Descent the best horror movie of the 2000s. The director combines two effective distraction techniques for this terrifying “boo”: we’re both emotionally invested in the argument and trying to follow it as Marshall’s camera – the action already obscured with night-vision – swings from person to person. When it swings back to find a beastie standing behind Alex Reid’s Rebecca, we’re completely unprepared. Cue piercing growl.3. I saw her face from The Ring (2002) 71%You can argue that this kind of cut-away is the cheapest trick, randomly popping up in the middle of a compelling conversation, but that doesn’t make it any less effective. And in The Ring, it’s all the more effective for offering one of our earliest looks at the contorted, disturbing, Munch-like expressions with which Samara leaves her victims. We saw her face, too, and we won’t be forgetting it any time soon.2. Hand claps from The Conjuring (2013) 86%It’s the jump scare so good they built a teaser trailer on it. In this scene, the scariest moment in the universe-spawning first Conjuring movie, director James Wan plays us brilliantly: there’s the slow lure down the staircase, the bouncing basketball, the exploding lightbulb, and then a moment of silence before the out-of-nowhere hands reach in for a quick clap-clap. A brilliant callback.1. Scary Bilbo from The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) 91%Just about the last place you would expect one of the most effective jump scares ever, but in a franchise of talking trees, magic rings, and all-seeing fire eyeballs, you ought to expect the unexpected. After being stabbed by a Ringwraith, Frodo awakes healed in Rivendell, believing he s completed his journey to deliver the One Ring to the elf stronghold. Oh, sweet summer child. Frodo then reunites with Bilbo and they engage in nostalgic conversation. Even after retirement far away from the Shire, Bilbo feels the corrupting pull of the ring, transforming into a snarling freak who grabs at Frodo. Peter Jackson s Lord of the Rings trilogy, like the books it s based on, has an intoxicating quality, drawing viewers deep into Tolkien s universe through simple, quiet dialogue between old friends, so this jump scare feels like the ultimate violation of a moment s respite.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. 而《地下城与勇士手游》这款动作游戏,本身玩家们都在期待它曾经的“刷图”战斗乐趣,而在八百万勇士的期待之下,本身这款手游已经定档了,但是还是迟到了。直到现在《地下城与勇士手游》依旧没有确定正式和玩家们见面的时间,实在是让人遗憾。

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Disney’s latest reimagining of its animated classics looks back at the origin of Cruella de Vil, with Emma Stone portraying the One Hundred and One Dalmatians villain. Titled Cruella, the live-action movie arrives in theaters and on Disney+ (with Premier Access) in two weeks, but critics have already seen it and begun sharing their thoughts on social media. Going by this initial buzz, Cruella is a surprisingly fun prequel, particularly delightful in its performances and all of its design elements, especially the costuming.Here’s what critics are saying about Cruella:Is this another win for Disney?Cruella is ICONIC.  Shannon McGrew, Nightmarish ConjuringsRidiculously entertaining.  Tania Lamb, Lola LambchopsCruella is spectacular fun.  Erik Anderson, AwardsWatchCruella is absolutely divine. Deliciously devilish, wonderfully wicked, undeniably outrageous.  Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionCruella is an absolute blast!! Wickedly wild, it’s a darkly comic joy! One of the biggest and best surprises of the year!  Jimmy O, JoBloCruella is going to be the biggest surprise of the summer.  Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comIt s easily my favorite movie of the year.  Tessa Smith, Mama s Geeky(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises)It is award-worthy?Cruella is this year s first true Oscar contender in many, many categories! Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyHair Makeup, Production Design, and Costume Design are sure bets for Oscars noms. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentWill it even satisfy Disney haters?Cruella [is] bold, dark, and wonderfully anti-Disney… Definitely not for kids, which is so refreshing to see from Disney. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentNow THIS is the kind of Disney Princess I can get behind, darling. Grace Randolph, Beyond the TrailerHow does it compare to Disney s other live-action remakes?Possibly the best live-action Disney movie yet…this movie is something special. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comIt completely stands out on its own from all the other Disney live action films thus far. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentWhat about the two previous versions of 101 Dalmatians?Audaciously reshapes the infamous villain’s narrative. Nods to the animated classic are FUN. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionEmma Stone is FLAWLESS as Cruella, and her version blows Glenn Close s version out of the water. Tessa Smith, Mama s Geeky(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises)Is the film reminiscent of anything else?Cruella is the spiritual successor to The Devil Wears Prada. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionCruella is Joker meets The Devil Wears Prada. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.com[Cruella] has Joker moments here and there, but she is definitely her own character. Grace Randolph, Beyond the TrailerCruella is the perfect combination of Batman Returns meets The Devil Wears Prada. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentCruella is a fabulous heist film. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorCruella is a tasty caper. Scott Thompson, IGN MoviesHow is Emma Stone?Emma Stone is perfection. Jimmy O, JoBloEmma Stone crackles as she evolves in the titular lead. Simon Thompson, IGN MoviesEmma Stone legitimately gave me CHILLS at one point. Sarah El-Mahmoud, CinemaBlend(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises)What about Emma Thompson?There are two queens in Cruella. Emma Stone and Emma Thompson both shine in a battle of who is more wicked. Tania Lamb, Lola LambchopsEmma Stone is just mind-blowing, and Emma Thompson matches her every step of the way. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comEmma Stone and Emma Thompson are truly an iconic pairing, and they play it to the hilt. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionI loved Emmas Stone and Thompson chewing and gnashing at the scenery with glee. Erik Anderson, AwardsWatchEmma Stone absolutely shines as Cruella, and Emma Thompson is wonderfully wicked as the Baroness. John Nguyen, Nerd ReactorEmma Stone/Emma Thompson are a devious match whose performances test the boundaries of a Disney film. Shannon McGrew, Nightmarish ConjuringsAre there any other highlights in the cast?Paul Walter Hauser is absolutely hilarious. Erik Anderson, AwardsWatchPaul Walter Hauser is terrific and Winks the dog is adorable. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentI also have to mention Paul Walter Hauser, because he s a real highlight and so, so funny (I d say the same about Joel Fry, too). Wonderful double act who play off Emma Stone perfectly. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comPaul Walter Hauser and Joel Fry are terrific as Horace and Jasper. They’re animated without being cartoony, giving their supporting characters multi-faceted internality and introspection. They’re heart and humor. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionJoel Fry and Paul Walter Hauser make for delightful partners in crime. Simon Thompson, IGN MoviesWe have the first officially out and proud Disney character  (John McCrea) in her gang! Grace Randolph, Beyond the Trailer(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises)How about those costumes, though?Gorgeously costumed by Jenny Beaven. Erik Anderson, AwardsWatchEvery outfit is STUNNING and fits perfectly in the London punk rock era. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyA visual feast of 1970s London and high fashion. Tania Lamb, Lola LambchopsStylish and sassy. The dive into 70s fashion is fab. Sarah El-Mahmoud, CinemaBlendCostume designer Jenny Beavan deserves third billing. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionDo any other elements stand out?Rich visuals and creative cinematography enhance this pithy origin story dipped in camp. Simon Thompson, IGN MoviesAn exciting score by Nicholas Britell. Erik Anderson, AwardsWatchIt’s got a killer soundtrack. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionThe soundtrack is FIRE! Tessa Smith, Mama s Geeky(Photo by ©2021 Disney Enterprises)How is Craig Gillespie s work as director?I m so glad Cruella had a director like Craig Gillespie, who has explored the horror genre with the 2011 remake of Fright Night, cause it helped set a darker, more insidious undertone. Shannon McGrew, Nightmarish ConjuringsHow about Craig Gillespie’s superb direction? [He] continues to showcase his range as a filmmaker. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentDoes it have any problems?The film is too long. Tania Lamb, Lola LambchopsA bit long in the tooth at 2h 15m. Erik Anderson, AwardsWatchThere are questionable things with Cruella s backstory that make it hard to pair up with the villain we hate to love… Anyone concerned about the need for an origin story for Cruella de Vil will find things to be frustrated about. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyA Cruella De Vil origin still wasn t earned for me overall. Cruella felt forced and over indulgent. Sarah El-Mahmoud, CinemaBlendAny parting thoughts?Don t miss the post credit scene! WOW! Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyIt SCREAMS for a sequel. Grace Randolph, Beyond the TrailerCruella opens in theaters and streams on Disney+ with Premiere Access on May 28, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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