Best-Reviewed Comedies 2018Humor is subjective, but the top comedies of the year all found a way to connect with audiences on a wider level, whether it was through social politics, history, nostalgia, or something else altogether. Debut director Bo Burnham scored major kudos for his earnest, awkward, coming-of-age comedy Eighth Grade, which soared to the top of the category and stayed there.The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of December 31, 2018. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »亚博网站登陆“一人可携九只战灵即时跟随并协助战斗”是《幻世九歌》手游的一大独特游戏亮点。游戏中，应龙、麒麟、祝融……等一众超高颜值、实力超群的战灵将从山海经神话中跃然而出，化身战灵协助战斗。不仅如此，在《幻世九歌》中每位御灵师最多可携带九名战灵协战，三只战灵同时上场，其余六只辅助位战灵提供极大的属性加成，切身感受众灵随行，轻松躺赢的激爽体验。面对不同战斗场景，更有丰富多变的战灵阵容、技能搭配、属性加成等策略玩法，极大提高战力输出的同时，提升战斗快感。
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Keeping in line with creator Gene Roddenberry s mission of inclusion, CBS All Access is donating to social justice charities for every person who tweets the hashtag #StarTrekUnitedGives. Recipients include the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF) and the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI).For fans based in the U.S., midnight PT will mark the beginning of a marathon of episodes from eight different Star Trek series — it ll pause during the panels, then resume after — on both CBS All Access and for free online at StarTrek.com/Day.Other highlights include a flash sale for merch, Star Trek-themed emojis, a Geeks Who Drink Star Trek pub quiz on Twitch at 4 p.m. PT/7 p.m. ET, and a social campaign encouraging fans to post stories about what Star Trek means to them (which will then be featured on official Star Trek platforms).(Photo by Jake Akita/Phil Sharp/courtesy CBS All Access)Additionally, CBS All Access revealed this week that season 3 of Star Trek: Discovery will introduce the franchise s first non-binary and transgender characters.From the official release: Adira, played by Blu del Barrio (pictured above right), is highly intelligent with a confidence and self-assurance well beyond their years. They will find a new home on the U.S.S. Discovery and form an unexpected bond with Lt. Commander Paul Stamets (Anthony Rapp) and Dr. Hugh Culber (Wilson Cruz). The first transgender character is Gray, played by Ian Alexander (pictured above left). Gray is empathetic, warm and eager to fulfill his lifelong dream of being a Trill host, but he will have to adapt when his life takes an unexpected turn. Co-showrunner Michelle Paradise noted that she and the writers have been working with both actors and GLAAD to make sure the characters are fully, compassionately, and responsibly portrayed. The 13-episode season 3 premieres Thursday, October 15 on CBS All Access.Spider-Verse May Get Silk Live-Action Series (Photo by Marvel)Korean-American Marvel character Cindy Moon (aka Silk) may be next to get a live-action series, Variety reported this week. The title is reportedly being developed by Sony Pictures Television and Phil Lord and Chris Miller — the duo produced 2018 Oscar-winning animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse — with Lauren Moon (Atypical) in talks to write. Peter Parker s classmate, Cindy also develops superpowers after being bitten by a radioactive spider.The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Celebrates 30th Anniversary With Reunion Special(Photo by Kristin Callahan/Everett Collection)To celebrate the 30th anniversary of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, the cast is reuniting for an unscripted special looking back at the series cultural impact. The event, which will feature music, dancing, and surprise guests, is set to film on September 10, which is the 30th anniversary of the series premiere, and will hit HBO Max around Thanksgiving. (HBO Max, incidentally, is the series new streaming home.) Will Smith will be joined by costars Tatyana Ali, Karyn Parsons, Joseph Marcell, Daphne Maxwell Reid, Alfonso Ribeiro, and DJ Jazzy Jeff.All Mariah Carey Wants Is a Christmas Special at Apple TV+(Photo by Dennis Leupold)Mariah Carey is already planning for Christmas — the Queen of the Christmas song is getting her own holiday special on Apple TV+. Mariah Carey s Magical Christmas Special will hit the streaming service in time for the holiday season, and will feature the “All I Want For Christmas Is You” singer and a star-studded lineup of surprise guest appearances in a magical holiday journey to enliven the Christmas spirit around the world. The innovative special will combine music, dancing and animation driven by a universally heartwarming story that brings the world together. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Sign Royally Huge Netflix Deal(Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage)Forget The Crown, now Netflix has the real deal: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have signed a multi-year production deal that will see the royals produce films (scripted and documentary features) and series (scripted, docuseries, and children s programming) for the streaming service. Through our work with diverse communities and their environments, to shining a light on people and causes around the world, our focus will be on creating content that informs but also gives hope, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said in a statement on Wednesday. We are pleased to work with Ted [Sarandos] and the team at Netflix whose unprecedented reach will help us share impactful content that unlocks action. Said Netflix CEO Sarandos, We re incredibly proud they have chosen Netflix as their creative home — and are excited about telling stories with them that can help build resilience and increase understanding for audiences everywhere. The Duke and Duchess follow in the footsteps of Barack and Michelle Obama, who inked a deal with Netflix in 2018. The royal news was first reported by the New York Times.New Trailers: The Haunting of Bly Manor First LookNetflix s highly anticipated followup to The Haunting of Hill House, The Haunting of Bly Manor, got its first trailer this week. The series, which isn t a second season but rather an entirely new show, features much of the same cast and is loosely based on Henry James novella The Turn of the Screw. The series launches on Friday, October 9.More trailers and teasers released this week:CBS All Access released a teaser for Stephen King miniseries The Stand, which is set to premiere December 17. (Read also: Everything We Know About Stephen King s The Stand. )The CW s Arrowverse looks like it s going for a rebranding with the debut of the first teaser for Superman and Lois — it s now The CWverse. Luca Guadagnino s new HBO series, We Are Who We Are, premieres September 14.A new teaser for The Walking Dead: World Beyond reveals more about the two-season limited series spinoff, which premieres October 4 on AMC.HBO also debuted the first trailer for season 2 of His Dark Materials, which premieres in November.Catch a glimpse of Kit Harington in this trailer for season 2 of Criminal: UK, which premieres September 16 on Netflix.For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.Casting: Tiger King, Cheer, and Selling Sunset Stars Head to DWTS(Photo by Netflix)The cast of ABC s pandemic edition of Dancing With the Stars reads like a Mad Libs of TV personalities: Anne Heche, Disney s Skai Jackson, Tiger King s Carole Baskin, Cheer s Monica Adama, The Bachelorette s Kaitlyn Bristowe, Catfish s Nev Schulman, The Real s Jeannie Mai, Desperate Housewives’ Jesse Metcalfe, One Day at a Time’s Justina Machado, Selling Sunset’s Chrishell Stause, Backstreet Boys singer AJ McLean, figure skater Johnny Weir, rapper Nelly, football player Vernon Davis, and basketball player Charles Oakley will all compete for the mirrorball trophy.Gina Torres has joined the cast of Fox s 911: Lone Star, playing paramedic captain Tommy Vega, who had retired from the job to raise her twin daughters until COVID-19 destroyed her husband s restaurant and pushed her back into the workforce.Ciera Payton will play Wendy Williams in Lifetime s biopic about the talk show host, produced by Williams herself and debuting in 2021.Production Development: Game of Thrones Creators Sign On for Major Netflix Sci-Fi Adaptation(Photo by Taylor Hill/Getty Images)Netflix is betting on Chinese author Liu Cixin s The Three-Body Problem and its two sequels as a new, expansive sci-fi hit: The streaming service announced that Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, along with The Terror: Infamy’s Alexander Woo, will write and executive produce an English-language series that adapts all three books of the Hugo Award-winning series. Other EPs include Rian Johnson and producing partner Ram Bergman, and author Cixin is on board as a consulting producer, as is Ken Liu, who wrote the English translation for The Three-Body Problem and Death s End. Brad Pitt s Plan B and Rosamund Pike s Primitive Streak are also involved.In other development news, Starz has greenlit a third Power spinoff, this time focusing on Joseph Sikora s Tommy Egan as he leaves New York.Although it s only been three years since Freeform s Pretty Little Liars ended, Riverdale showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is developing a new take on the series with a new story and new characters. According to The Hollywood Reporter, there s no network home yet but the project is targeted for HBO Max.And Fox is developing an animated comedy spinoff of The X-Files. According to TVLine, The X-Files: Albuquerque will not revolve around Scully and Mulder, but rather an office full of misfit agents who investigate X-Files cases too wacky, ridiculous or downright dopey for Mulder and Scully to bother with. They’re essentially the X-Files’ B-team. Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
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0.72.5 0月喜迎Without any major romantic comedy releases dropping in theaters this year for Valentine s Day, you might find yourself trying to pick the perfect rom-com on your favorite streaming services and apps. On one hand, it’s wonderful that there are so many choices. However, that paradox of choice could also leave you browsing for hours without ever picking a film, as the sheer number of options can result in decision paralysis (it’s a first-world problem, but it’s real). That s how you end up scrolling through titles until you watch Always Be My Maybe for the 117th time (which isn’t a bad thing, because it features Randall Park singing about punching Keanu Reeves).In an effort to make your decision a little easier, we analyzed 428 rom-com posters and, based on patterns we discovered, placed them into nine categories. We then figured out each category s Tomatometer and Audience Score averages, then ranked them from worst to best. This way, the next time you re in the mood for a romantic comedy, and you see characters back-to-back on the poster, or a collage of faces, or a heavily photoshopped image of two people looking at each other — or somewhere else entirely — you’ll know if the movie is likely to be worth your time. Read on to see what we discovered!9. Posters with One Character Standing in Front of Another(Photo by ©Universal Pictures, ©Columbia Pictures)Average Tomatometer Score: 40.7%Average Audience Score: 53.3%Average of Tomatometer and Audience Scores: 47%After sorting through decades of rom-com posters and becoming familiar with their eccentricities and similar themes, it was always obvious that this motif was arguably the laziest. You just get the feeling that a marketing department intern slapped some publicity stills on the poster, then went to lunch. While Waitress or Trainwreck are the complete opposite of trainwrecks, others such as When in Rome, The Wedding Planner, and Leap Year photoshopped in their A-list actors, and the end result says very little about the movies they represent. It makes you wish that in an alternate reality there is a Leap Year poster that features Amy Adams leaping in the air while she’s holding Matthew Goode in her arms (see category below).8. Posters with Characters Back-to-Back, Leaning on Each Other, or Being Picked up(Photo by ©Buena Vista Pictures, ©Paramount Pictures)Average Tomatometer Score: 40.1%Average Audience Score: 56.4%Average of Tomatometer and Audience Scores: 48.25%While these types of posters may come across as dynamic and dangerous (leaning = falling, picking someone up = bad back), they typically signify a Rotten result. Maybe it’s that the back-to-back visual makes us think that the two characters are about to engage in a Hamilton-esque duel. All we know is that of all these posters, only While You Were Sleeping could muster a Tomatometer score above 80%, while 23 of the 31 posters in the group were Rotten. We have No Reservations pointing out The Ugly Truth that these posters make us want to give these films Two Weeks Notice. However, if you are looking for diamonds in the rough, we recommend Brown Sugar (we still don’t know what Taye Diggs is doing with Sanaa Lathan’s leg though) or How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, which at least showcases Kate Hudson’s iconic dress.7. Posters with Characters Not Looking Directly at Each Other(Photo by ©20th Century Fox Film Corp., ©Netflix, ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Average Tomatometer Score: 49.5%Average Audience Score: 55.2%Average of Tomatometer and Audience Scores: 52.35%This category could be considered a cousin to Posters with One Character Standing in Front of Another; here, the characters are standing next to each other, and that seems to make a world of difference. That said, these characters aren t looking at one another; they are either staring off into the distance, presumably laughing at a funny joke, or looking rather pleased with themselves, sometimes with their arms crossed. The 52.35% average is Fresh-adjacent, so proceed with caution, as you could pick winners like Always Be My Maybe or The Proposal, or you could be stuck with Good Luck Chuck or The Pallbearer.Random Pro Tip: Look for the posters where there’s some contact between the characters. For instance, popular Fresh films such as Dave, Plus One, and Date Night actually make an attempt to portray couples who appear to like each other, and that generally seems to reflect in the Tomatometer score.6. Posters with Three Characters on Them(Photo by ©Universal, ©20th Century Fox, ©Warner Bros.)Average Tomatometer Score: 50.1%Average Audience Score: 55.4%Average of Tomatometer and Audience Scores: 52.8%The nice thing about these posters is they immediately clue you into what kind of movie you’ll be watching. The three people signify either a love triangle or a meddling parent (Think Monster-In-law or Why Him?) who will provide comedic drama. Who will be picked? Will the meddling parent get over themselves? Will Hugh Grant and Colin Firth engage in another spectacular fight? The 52.8% Tomatometer average means these films trend towards decent, but be careful when deciding, because you could either pick wonderful films like The Half of It (watch it now) and Broadcast News (watch it immediately after The Half of It), or be stuck with My Best Friend’s Girl or My Boss’s Daughter.Random Pro Tip: Avoid the films with pronouns like Me (You, Me and Dupree), I (I Think I Love My Life), Her (Over Her Head Body) and My (My Boss’s Daughter) in their titles. The majority of these are Rotten.5. Posters with Four or More Characters on Them(Photo by ©Buena Vista Pictures, ©New Line Cinema, ©Universal Pictures)Average Tomatometer Score: 54.2%Average Audience Score: 61%Average of Tomatometer and Audience Scores: 57.6%These posters showcase that the movie will be an ensemble piece by utilizing collages, tiers, or wide shots of several actors. Also, after looking through as many posters as we did, you’ll notice a trend that there is a central couple, and surrounding them are likable supporting characters. This is a marketing tactic to tell viewers, “Hey, if you don’t like the central couple, we have some other fun people who pop up occasionally.” That s always reassuring, since there s no guarantee you ll enjoy spending time with the primary lovebirds, and those side characters can often make or break a movie like that.4. Posters with Two Characters and At Least One Giant Face(Photo by ©Paramount Pictures, ©Universal Pictures)Average Tomatometer Score: 59.3%Average Audience Score: 62.7%Average of Tomatometer and Audience Scores: 61%These posters are concerned with showcasing the mugs of your favorite actors and letting you know that big stars are in the film. By inserting at least one massive face on a poster, studios are banking on you recognizing it and thinking, “I know that famous person.” It s a smart move, and films like Notting Hill, What Women Want, The Silver Linings Playbook, and Kate Leopold all took advantage of the tactic, but once you get those casual moviegoers into the theater, you ve got to deliver. As it turns out, these films did, more often than not, ensuring that the big bucks the studios paid for their marquee stars were well spent.3. Posters with Two Characters Sitting(Photo by ©Netflix, ©Hulu, ©Fox Searchlight)Average Tomatometer Score: 62.7%Average Audience Score: 62.5%Average of Tomatometer and Audience Scores: 62.6%With Palm Springs, Enough Said, About a Boy, Sleeping With Other People, Manhattan, Singles, and The Lovebirds in this category, it’s easy to understand why it’s Fresh overall. These films include “hip” romantic comedies, or slightly offbeat films that occasionally stray from the formula. The visual of two people sitting down suggests some intimacy and, depending on the backdrop, communicate a lot about the circumstances of the central relationship. It s a shorthand that works, and the movies that employ it are, on the whole, pretty solid.2. Posters with Two Characters Looking at Each Other(Photo by ©Warner Bros., ©Columbia Pictures)Average Tomatometer Score: 60.3%Average Audience Score: 67.5%Average of Tomatometer and Audience Scores: 63.9%It would seem like a no-brainer that movie posters featuring characters looking into each other’s eyes have a Fresh Tomatometer average. The posters for Crazy Rich Asians, Shakespeare in Love, When Harry Met Sally, and Sleepless in Seattle are all designed this way, and those films reputations obviously speak for themselves. There’s an intimacy to this pose, which suggests the characters like each other (or will like each other after a chase through an airport). Movies like The Bounty Hunter, Fool’s Gold, Gigli, and Blended bring the score down, but at least they feature Jennifer Anniston, Kate Hudson, Jennifer Lopez, and Drew Barrymore, which helps make them watchable to an extent.1. Posters with Only One Character(Photo by ©Columbia Pictures, ©20th Century Fox, ©MGM)Average Tomatometer Score: 71.8%Average Audience Score: 70.2%Average of Tomatometer and Audience Scores: 71%It may seem counterintuitive, but rom-com posters with only one person on the poster have the highest Tomatometer and Audience Score average. This includes movies like Moonstruck, Amelie, Under the Tuscan Sun, Knocked Up, The 40-Year Old Virgin, Easy A, There’s Something About Mary, and Hitch, which all proudly showcase their A-list leads proudly. Not unlike the giant face posters (with two or more people), these posters want you to know who is the star of the film and have no problem ignoring every other member of the cast.These posters clearly show confidence in the leads. They’re basically the equivalent of Babe Ruth calling his shot before he smashed the baseball out of the park in the 1932 World Series. These posters say “Emma Stone will change your life in Easy A”, or “Cher’s performance in Moonstruck will bowl you over.” There s confidence and swagger in having Seth Rogen’s head take up 97% of the Knocked Up movie poster, but the film ultimately pulled in 0 million at the worldwide box office. Even Rotten movies like Sweet Home Alabama, Boomerang and 27 Dresses, were big hits that easily cleared 0 million domestically. In other words, putting one person on a rom-com poster is daring, inspired, and, more often than not, a successful marketing ploy.There you have it! Rom-com posters featuring only one character have the highest Tomatometer and Audience Score averages. Hopefully this will help you in the future when you’re looking for something to watch. Enjoy!On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
Some fans have complained about Disney making sequels, but the studio keeps on delivering satisfying hits, like this year’s Incredibles 2 and now Ralph Breaks the Internet, as indicated by their very fresh Tomatometer scores. The first wave of reviews of the latter, a follow-up to 2012’s Wreck-It Ralph, are calling it a worthy successor that expands and builds upon the original, and among its many web-savvy gags is a sequence involving other Disney characters that is reportedly one of the most hilarious meta bits ever put on the big screen.Here’s what critics are saying about Ralph Breaks the Internet:Is this a new Disney animated classic?Ranks among the studio’s very best toons. Peter Debruge, VarietyIt’s classic Disney, but [the film has] such depth of feeling that it’s easy to forgive the film’s convoluted path. Kate Erbland, IndieWireThis is not upper-tier Disney Animation…but it’s a very charming and amusing theatrical experience nonetheless. Matt Oakes, Silver Screen RiotHow does it compare to the original?A smarter, more entertaining film…and deeper than the original. Bryan Bishop, The VergeA superior sequel…expands the concept from the first film in fun and inventive ways delivering plenty of laughs along the way. Sean Mulvihill, Fanboy NationLike its predecessor, Ralph Breaks the Internet wraps you in a warm blanket of nostalgia as it whisks audiences off to a wondrous world you’ll never want to leave. Matt Rodriguez, ShakefireWreck-It Ralph levels up in a big way with Ralph Breaks the Internet…cleverer than expected. Peter Debruge, VarietyRalph Breaks the Internet offers the worst and best you could hope for in a sequel. Kristy Puchko, Pajiba(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)Will it make you laugh?You’ll LOL. Brian Truitt, USA Today[It’s] a laugh-out-loud gem of a movie. J. Don Birnam, Splash ReportIt will have you laughing nonstop. Matt Rodriguez, ShakefireIt’s funny and absorbing, and Moore and Johnston unload some real zingers for the internet age. Kate Erbland, IndieWireWhat about all the easter eggs?Much like the internet itself, you can easily get lost in every manic, magnificent place. Germain Lussier, io9It’s a better realized vision of what Steven Spielberg was going for with The Oasis in this year’s Ready Player One. Sean Mulvihill, Fanboy NationI found myself paying more attention to the background looking for as many little details as I could find, rather than the story that was unfolding in front of me. Matt Rodriguez, ShakefireAnd Disney s self-deprecating humor?A sequence set in the Disney website where Vanellope gets to hang out with her fellow princesses [is] one of the funniest bits of movie meta-commentary since Gremlins 2. Alonso Duralde, The WrapWhile that Oh My Disney set piece feels almost creepily synergistic, it s also…a childhood dream come true. Angie Han, MashableThe [Oh My Disney] sequence doesn’t really serve enough of a purpose to justify its inclusion; it’s just Disney showing off. Karen Han, PolygonPoking fun at Disney franchises while parading them around shamelessly isn’t nearly as edgy or subversive as the filmmakers think. Tim Grierson, Screen International(Photo by Walt Disney Studios)Will girls feel empowered? Female empowerment is a huge theme in Ralph Breaks the Internet… it s the women as a collective that get things done and are equally critical to saving the day (and the Internet). M. Skylar Ezell, Black Nerd ProblemsEverything involving the Disney princesses is pure brilliance, a feminist-leaning meta-commentary on the widely-distributed, and often wildly-outdated, clichés that define these characters. Matt Oakes, Silver Screen RiotThe film’s head-on tackling of Disney’s female characters is perfectly in tune with the zeitgeist of the moment. Bryan Bishop, The VergeWhat other messages does the movie impart?For all its chiding of the web, Ralph Breaks the Internet actually provides a very moving message about online bullying. Jim Vejvoda, IGN MoviesRalph Breaks the Internet sounds a note of mild caution, reinforcing how important it is to understand the sites one visits. Peter Debruge, VarietyRepeatedly clubs you over the head with its message about the importance of friendship, but it’s a drubbing you’ll welcome with open arms by the time the credits roll. Karen Han, PolygonRyan FujitaniWill this movie give me all the feels?It may make you weep. So bring tissues. Kristy Puchko, PajibaYou’ll cry-emoji. Brian Truitt, USA TodayThe film’s obligatory emotional beats (pertaining to the complexity of friendship) may not land here with the same acuity as the funny stuff. Michael Rechtshaffen, Hollywood ReporterRalph Breaks the Internet is less ambitious in its moral arches and therefore less emotionally uplifting. J. Don Birnam, Splash ReportAre there any major flaws?There’s way too much of Ralph Breaks the Internet that feels like a retread. Alonso Duralde, The WrapOne issue with Ralph Breaks the Internet is that it basically has no villain. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushTo be frank, the structure and world-building sucks. Kristy Puchko, PajibaDo I even have to bring the kids?[It] defies its ostensible categorization as a kids movie, coming off as equal parts exploration of friendship and particularly colorful domestic drama. Karen Han, PolygonThough Ralph Breaks the Internet is marketed to kids, its PG rating and pop culture references make it a fun ride for childless adults, too. M. Skylar Ezell, Black Nerd ProblemsRalph Breaks the Internet weaves enough sophisticated humor into the kid-friendly antics to keep adults watching as well. Don Kaye, Den of GeekRalph Breaks the Internet opens everywhere on November 21. Read all the reviews for it here.
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