bob综合体育平台下载采用百度引擎1（Baidu 2）The King of Staten Island, the latest directorial effort from Judd Apatow (The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up) arrives exclusively on VOD on June 12th. The movie was co-written by and stars Saturday Night Live cast member Pete Davidson, whose life story serves loosely as the basis for the film. Initial reviews are calling it one of the filmmaker’s best in years for its dramatic maturity — apparently this isn’t exactly another laugh-out-loud comedy — and for the winning supporting cast more than for its central star. Of course, this is an Apatow movie, so criticisms about its length are to be expected.Here’s what critics are saying about The King of State Island:How does it compare to Judd Apatow s other films?His best film since 2009’s Funny People. David Ehrlich, IndieWireIt’s surely the best Apatow movie since Funny People, and maybe even since Knocked Up. Kyle Pinion, The BeatNever has Apatow been so on point collaborating with another creative to make a fully-formed vision that isn’t just a hilarious experience. The King of Staten Island is the most technically proficient work of his entire career. James Clay, Fresh FictionThe movie deserves credit for skewing a little darker than the usual Apatow conclusion. Brett Arnold, Consequence of SoundIt’s the director’s most emotionally attuned and narrowly focused work. Jordan Raup, The Film StageIf The King of Staten Island is the director s least overtly comedic effort, it’s also probably his least sentimental. Jon Frosch, Hollywood ReporterIt’s an arrested development story, but it also shows that Apatow is growing up. Matt Goldberg, Collider(Photo by Kevin Mazur/©Universal Pictures)How is Pete Davidson s Performance?Davidson is a triumph in The King of Staten Island. Molly Freeman, ScreenRantOn the basis of The King of Staten Island, I couldn’t tell you if he could carry a whole movie that wasn’t about his own life – but he definitely carries this one. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushHe certainly has comic timing and screen presence, and yet I don’t know if he has the range to play characters that don’t mirror his own life and experiences. Matt Goldberg, ColliderHis range as an actor may not turn out to be as wide as his wingspan, but the numb vulnerability he shares here makes for a performance that might as well be seeping out of his skin. David Ehrlich, IndieWireWhile no one will confuse him for Laurence Olivier anytime soon, Davidson does have a breezy charm that affixes his personal connection to the material and engages throughout. Kyle Pinion, The BeatDavidson, it turns out, is a fine leading man. Loose and expressive, he strikes a balance of droll loutishness and sensitivity that never tips over into Sandler-esque clowning or cloying. Jon Frosch, Hollywood ReporterThe ensemble allows Davidson to play off of other actors in different ways to ideally give the young comic a chance to shine. Aaron Neuwirth, We Live EntertainmentWhile he sparks with an irreverent punch line here or there, there s not enough liveliness in this maudlin role for Davidson to dazzle in. Kristy Puchko, IGN(Photo by Mary Cybulski/©Universal Pictures)And the rest of the cast?Even though this is supposed to be Davidson’s big coming-out party, it’s the cast around him who gets to truly shine. [Marisa] Tomei, an always-welcomed presence, is phenomenal. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmOne of the best things about The King of Staten Island is the supporting cast and their performances apart from Davidson, especially Bill Burr. Rendy Jones, Rendy ReviewsBill Burr steals the movie. Roger Moore, Movie NationA better [movie] whenever Burr is on screen, especially when he’s with Tomei. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesWhile it s too early to imagine what this year s awards season is going to be like, [Burr] deserves some serious recognition for his performance. Chris Bumbray, JoBloMoises Arias puts in a brilliant turn as Scott’s eternally bewildered friend. Linda Marric, HeyUGuysOne wishes [Bel Powley’s] character was more fully-formed, particularly considering how heavily she figures into the film’s final moments. Jordan Raup, The Film StageIs the movie funny?It goes without saying that the movie is pretty funny. Rendy Jones, Rendy ReviewsThere are a handful of laugh-out-loud moments throughout Staten Island and one screamingly-funny extended sequence that winds up influencing a great deal of the plot. Brett Arnold, Consequence of SoundThere are few out-and-out comedic set pieces; the humor appears out of honest and sometimes intense conversations. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushThe King of Staten Island is more of an indie drama that happens to have some really sharp jokes. Matt Goldberg, ColliderThere’s nothing here that’s going to stick with you – the next great quotable comedy this is not. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmIf you go in expecting Apatow s usual comedic flair you may be disappointed as the laughs aren t as numerous as his previous films. However…it is nonetheless entertaining. Allison Rose, FlickDirect(Photo by Mary Cybulski/©Universal Pictures)Is the running time a problem?The King of Staten Island is inexcusably overlong. Brett Arnold, Consequence of SoundThere is no reason for this movie to be this long, especially when it’s telling a story that has been told ample times before. Rendy Jones, Rendy ReviewsThe movie, juggling too many narrative priorities over an overlong 137 minutes, seems to succumb to Scott’s own sense of aimlessness as much as it depicts it. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesThe real issue is not the running time, but that you feel it. Kristy Puchko, IGNI never got bored or wanted Apatow to wrap things up. If anything I wanted to spend more time with some of the supporting characters. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushThe editing by Jay Cassidy keeps the plotting from going off the skids while staying true to Apatow’s signature improvisational style. James Clay, Fresh FictionDoes it get better as it goes?The movie s second half is more compelling than it s first. Chris Bumbray, JoBloWhile certainly Apatow hoped the overlong first half would match the fecklessness of Scott’s life, it’s a hard slog… Without a sense of direction in the dark comedy’s first half, the heartfelt second half nearly arrives unnoticed. Robert Daniels, 812 Film Reviews(Photo by Mary Cybulski/©Universal Pictures)Will it make for a good rental at home?It’s the kind of soul-bearing filmmaking that’s at least worthy of a weekend view in your own home. Kyle Pinion, The BeatHaving this story exist on streaming exclusively seems oddly appropriate. Davidson is the comedian for this generation, and most of his die-hard fans would rather catch up with him at home anyways. James Clay, Fresh FictionA pretty apt film for home viewing; something to dip in and out of, perhaps, while you’re gaming, ordering pizza to your mother’s basement, or having a lazy lockdown. Fionnuala Halligan, Screen InternationalViewers stuck at home won t go wrong with The King of Staten Island a dramedy that delivers both laugh-out-loud comedy and entertaining drama. Molly Freeman, ScreenRantThe King of Staten Island premieres on VOD on Friday, June 12.
手游不仅仅是人们娱乐休闲的一种方式，更多的也给了很多人投资的方向。随着5G时代的到来，手游代理也越来越受到大家的重视，手游代理市场的前景已经不可估量了，想要寻找好的投资项目的朋友不妨考虑下游戏代理，越来越多的手游需要代理推广，前景是非常的广阔的，那么，做手游代理需要注意哪些细节? Twelve years after depicting the experiences of African-American soldiers during World War II in Miracle at St. Anna, Spike Lee takes on the Vietnam War with Da 5 Bloods, and this time the reviews are much more positive. Critics are raving about the Netflix drama, which follows four Black vets as they return to Vietnam to dig up a buried stash of gold bars and retrieve the remains of their squad leader. The political action hybrid is being touted as one of Lee’s best ever, while Delroy Lindo’s performance is receiving the year’s biggest Oscar buzz yet.Here’s what critics are saying about Da 5 Bloods:How does it rank among all the Spike Lee joints?One of Lee’s most powerful films to date. Ben Rolph, Discussing FilmDa 5 Bloods is one of Lee’s most complete films. Sean O Connell, Cinema BlendHis most action-driven film to date. Chris Bumbray, JoBloDa 5 Bloods is his agit-prop action movie… one of the greatest films Spike Lee has ever made. Bilge Ebiri, New York Magazine/VultureDa 5 Bloods bears a… resemblance to Inside Man for the way it uses genre clothing as a wry Trojan horse. Eric Kohn, IndieWireSpike Lee hits a new career peak with this game-changer. Peter Travers, Rolling StoneIt’s another Lee effort that’s not quite as tidy as it could be… [but] Da 5 Bloods continues a strong run for Lee. Aaron Neuwirth, We Live EntertainmentHow good is Delroy Lindo here?Delroy Lindo offers the best performance of his career. Robert Daniels, The PlaylistLindo makes audacious choices in what might be a career-best performance. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterIn many ways, Da 5 Bloods is Delroy Lindo s movie, with his performance fierce. Chris Bumbray, JoBloLindo is dynamite. Peter Debruge, VarietyOne of the best performances to come out of a Spike Lee joint… [it] almost rivals Denzel Washington’s in Malcolm X. Odie Henderson, RogerEbert.comI have no idea if the Oscars will actually happen after this surreal year, but if they do, and the Academy fails to nominate Lindo, something is seriously wrong. Chris Evangelista, Slashfilm(Photo by Netflix)Who else deserves some credit?Clarke Peters and Isiah Whitlock Jr. deserve to be rightly involved in future award conversations. Ben Rolph, Discussing FilmDa 5 Bloods is among Lee’s most awards-friendly material to date, so a full-throated campaign seems to be in order. Joey Magidson, Hollywood NewsIt deserves close to a dozen nominations… the picture, the script and director Lee all deserve nomination consideration, as does the lush and booming score by Lee’s longtime collaborator Terence Blanchard. Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-TimesSo the music is good?Terence Blanchard and Marvin Gaye rule the soundtrack. Blanchard’s score is bombastic, terrifying and militaristic one minute, achingly beautiful the next. Odie Henderson, RogerEbert.comThough this compliment sounds like a broken record, the work done by life-long Lee collaborator Terence Blanchard on the 5 Bloods score is exceptional. The music elevates the material, cementing Blanchard’s status as God-tier in the realm of film composers. Sean O Connell, Cinema BlendThe only thing slightly souring it is an often distracting score by Terence Blanchard, but even that eventually finds its groove. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmTerence Blanchard s original score is, at times, completely overbearing, and can feel unrelated to the image. Jordan Hoffman, TV Guide(Photo by David Lee/Netflix)What about the decision not to de-age the older actors in the flashback scenes?It s a testament to [Lee’s] faith in the audience that you never question it. The choice works. Chris Bumbray, JoBloIn these actors’ weary faces, incongruously bridging the divide between past and present, we see the most literal possible visualization of a war without end. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesThe sentiment that these men never left the war, and the war never left them, even when they returned home to grapple with their grief, visually works. Barely. Robert Daniels, The PlaylistIt’s a choice that doesn’t work. Boseman simply looks young and childish educating elders like Lindo, Peters, Lewis, and Whitlock Jr. on the battlefield. Ashley Ray-Harris, AV ClubHow is the script?Much of the pleasure of the movie comes from the men’s nonstop grousing, and if the arguments sometimes seem rigged or overblown, they are rarely under-felt. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesDa 5 Bloods has a mostly solid script… but some moments don’t ring the same way as others. Spencer Perry, ComicBook.comDa 5 Bloods is so sophisticated early on that it’s disheartening to see it fall back on lazy clichés. Peter Debruge, VarietyLee has always been a master of using the cinematic tropes that have always worked as an okey-doke: the left hand lures you in with the familiar before the right hand blindsides you with the unexpected punching power of the intended point. Odie Henderson, RogerEbert.com(Photo by Netflix)Does Lee do a good job juggling the various plot elements?At just over two and a half hours, there’s certainly a lot of movie for Lee to work with, and I’d say the time is well spent. Aaron Neuwirth, We Live EntertainmentThere s a lot of plot unpacked in the 2.5-hour movie s first half, but Lee shuffles through it with fluidity and verve, aided by the tetchy but mostly genial group s camaraderie. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterLee got jammed up by jamming too much into 2008’s The Miracle of St. Anna… Not here, where the subject gets the laser focus it demands. Peter Travers, Rolling StoneThe movie wanders off in some odd directions, but the Bloods’ bond keeps it grounded. Eric Kohn, IndieWireDa 5 Bloods works on a number of levels… While the lack of a true focus can muddle the message somewhat, Lee is never short on big ideas and he’s one of the few directors we would trust to share them in the way he does. Travis Hopson, Punch Drunk CriticsThe gold element… undermines the movie’s strengths. Treasure chasing leads the characters towards a harmful and unconvincing action finale. Radheyan Simonpillai, NOW TorontoLee’s film suffers from languid pacing, partly owing to the epic nearly bursting open from its litany of themes. Robert Daniels, The Playlist(Photo by Netflix)Is this the movie we need right now?Da 5 Bloods couldn’t have come at a more timely point in the year. Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesDa 5 Bloods arrives at a time when the director’s singular voice couldn’t be more needed… [Lee] has made another film that uncannily meets its moment. Ann Hornaday, Washington PostExceptionally well timed, since its political anger feels so urgent that it can scarcely be contained by the parameters of a TV screen. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesThe last fifteen minutes… plays so relevantly and powerfully, it’s as if Lee filmed the concluding scenes during the last two weeks. Robert Daniels, The PlaylistLet’s be clear: Lee has always been ahead-of-his-timely… it’s hard to imagine a more resonant movie for this moment. Peter Debruge, VarietyLee s point, which he makes swiftly and with blistering efficiency, is that it can t be called prescient when it s sadly perpetual. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterLee has made more than a soul-stirring film for our time. He’s made one for the ages. Peter Travers, Rolling StoneDa 5 Bloods premieres on Netflix on Friday, June 12.
作为漫画起家，电影扩大影响的漫威来说，无论是超级英雄与大反派的战斗，还是超级英雄与超级英雄之间的战斗，作为观众的我们，看着不断战斗燃烧的经费才是最为爽快的。如今将漫威IP改编成一款格斗游戏，让玩家想怎么战斗就怎么战斗是不是也很爽快呢？而漫威确实推出一款横版格斗玩法的手游——《漫威：超级争霸战》。该作也由网易宝船引进了国服版本。bob综合体育平台下载After decades of failed attempts and unsuccessful efforts, Frank Herbert’s Dune has been adapted into one of the most anticipated movies of the year — if not millennia. Does Denis Villeneuve (Arrival) finally do the classic science fiction novel(s) justice? The first reviews of his star-studded and visually epic new movie, also known as Dune: Part One, answer mostly in the affirmative. However, there’s a fairly uniform disappointment in how it ends without an ending.Here’s what critics are saying about Dune:Is this the Dune we ve always wanted? “Denis Villeneuve’s movie is the film interpretation that fans have been waiting to see for decades.” Eric Eisenberg, Cinema Blend“For science fiction devotees, especially those who have long-worshipped Frank Herbert’s dense tome…Villeneuve’s Dune is the adaptation you always dreamed of.” Ben Travis, Empire Magazine“[It] honors the source material in the most satisfying way possible. Dune 2021 is a modern-day work of art.” Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie Emporium“The missing link bridging the multiplex and the arthouse… Good heavens, what a film.” Xan Brooks, Guardian“For all its amazing imagery and A-list stars and very cool interpretations of the nerdier aspects of Herbert’s book, this version of Dune doesn’t fully coalesce.” Scott Collura, IGNWill it make us forget about David Lynch s version?“His Dune is the opposite of Lynch’s, methodical and cerebral, set against pastels and smoke and long stretches of moodiness.” Roger Friedman, Showbiz 411“Denis Villeneuve hasn’t succeeded where the likes of David Lynch and Alejandro Jodorowsky have already failed, [but] his Dune is at least uniquely dispiriting.” David Ehrlich, IndieWire“I’ll always love Lynch’s Dune, a severely compromised dream-work that (not surprising given Lynch’s own inclination) had little use for Herbert’s messaging. But Villeneuve’s movie is Dune.” Glenn Kenny, RogerEbert.com(Photo by Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures)Is it a satisfying adaptation?“This first chapter explores a very complex and detailed story with clarity and style. More importantly, it does so without sacrificing the impressive detail of Frank Herbert’s original vision.” Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie Emporium“Denis Villeneuve and his collaborators have cracked the code with their approach… extraordinary in its ability to directly translate the source material across mediums without compromise.” Eric Eisenberg, Cinema Blend“A more significant casualty is the book’s layered interiority, its skill at turning unspoken perceptions and motives into drama; the writers have managed this material without mastering it.” Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times“If anything falls short of Herbert s particular vision it s the movie s sandworms.” Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment WeeklyIs it OK if you haven t read the book?“Thankfully, Dune isn’t particularly hard to follow.” Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist“Though there’s plenty to establish, Villeneuve makes surprisingly light work of it all… Dune is never as formidable as it threatens to be.” Ben Travis, Empire Magazine“The script does a good job with exposition without making it seem like EXPOSITION… but by the same token, there may not be any reason for you to be interested in Dune if you’re not a science-fiction-movie person anyway.” Glenn Kenny, RogerEbert.com“It’s not a film that requires any familiarity with the source material… Stretches in the early parts of Dune are a layman’s terms guide to Herbert’s incredibly intricate and uniquely realized universe.” Adam Solomons, AwardsWatch“If you come in not knowing the difference between a Holtzman shield and a hole in the floor, it s a longer walk.” Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment Weekly“We don’t really learn much about individual characters in the film, making it hard to grasp or care about the stakes of the story.” Richard Lawson, Vanity Fair(Photo by Chiabella James/©Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)How is Denis Villeneuve as director?“Villeneuve’s true talent is less in the staging of violence than in the queasy anticipation of it… That gift serves him well enough in Dune.” Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times“Those who find Villeneuve to be a self-serious, humorless, and pretentious bore likely won’t be changing their minds anytime soon after Dune, but that just might be their loss.” Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist“To say I have not admired Villeneuve’s prior films is something of an understatement. But I can’t deny that he’s made a more-than-satisfactory movie of the book.” Glenn Kenny, RogerEbert.com“The unforgiving starkness will unsettle even some of Villeneuve’s greatest fans.” Donald Clarke, Irish Times“For all of Villeneuve’s awe-inducing vision, he loses sight of why Frank Herbert’s foundational sci-fi opus is worthy of this epic spectacle in the first place.” David Ehrlich, IndieWire“He’s an overloader, and only the keenest and most urgent of scripts can survive beneath that weight. Dune, unfortunately, is not one of those.” Richard Lawson, Vanity FairHow does it compare to his other work?“It’s an arthouse blockbuster in the vein of his Blade Runner 2049, but even less concerned with commercial appeal, which is admirably bold.” Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist“Much like the haunting Blade Runner 2049, the director has taken the time to explore numerous characters without sacrificing the main story and themes.” Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie Emporium“Like Blade Runner 2049 and especially Arrival, Dune is another unusually philosophical speculative fiction that ponders the difficulties of language and coexistence.” Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times“If you loved Arrival and Blade Runner 2049, then Dune is perhaps Denis Villeneuve at his Villeneuviest.” Richard Trenholm, CNET(Photo by Chiabella James/©Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)Is it reminiscent of anything else?“Think of it as Game of Thrones in space or Star Wars if it never got off Tatooine.” Steve Pond, The Wrap“Impressively ambitious in scale, like Villeneuve mashing up the worlds of Star Wars and Game of Thrones.” Brian Truitt, USA Today“Arguably [many of its elements are] all things that Star Wars features too, but just much more dense, sophisticated, and less child-like.” Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist“Dune feels most reminiscent of The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring.” Ben Travis, Empire Magazine“Much like the semi-recent classic Peter Jackson’s The Fellowship of the Rings in the LOTR trilogy, this is only the beginning of the story… [and] Denis Villeneuve has created one of the best fantasy feature since Peter Jackson’s journey into Middle Earth.” Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie Emporium“Historical comparisons are of no use. None of us has been anywhere like this before. They can put that on the poster.” Donald Clarke, Irish Times“It sets a new standard for modern sci-fi epics.” Germain Lussier, io9.comIs there enough action for mainstream audiences?“Dune is consistently gripping and plot driven.” Adam Solomons, AwardsWatch“Even though it may be a slow burn, the action set pieces do not disappoint, neither does the filmmaker sacrifice the subtle themes and ideas explored throughout.” Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie Emporium“The pacing is perfect. Villeneuve makes you wait just long enough, so when the action moves to Arrakis you’re just as eager to venture into the desert as Paul.” Ben Travis, Empire Magazine“This version of Dune sometimes feels as if it aims to impress you more than entertain you… but it’s also a formidable cinematic accomplishment.” Steve Pond, The Wrap“It feels like a drag in its back half.” Scott Collura, IGN(Photo by Chiabella James/©Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)How are the visuals?“Cinematographer Grieg Fraser has outdone himself from frame to frame, set piece to set piece, creating jaw dropping pieces of art that are impressionistic, sensational, and other worldly.” Roger Friedman, Showbiz 411“It’s all a feast for the eyes. The visuals are mind-blowing.” Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie Emporium“Aesthetically, Dune is pretty damn monumental and enveloping, and for audiences that potentially may find the plot confusing, the film still works on a deeply experiential, visceral level.” Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist“The sense of scale conjured up is, from moment to moment, frequently astonishing.” Ben Travis, Empire Magazine“Dune looks great, but outside of the fantastical design, the muted palette borders on drab.” Richard Trenholm, CNETAnd how does it sound?“Dune [is] a symphony for the ears as well as a feast for the eyes.” Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times“Dune is also an auditory journey, not only featuring enveloping sound editing, but one of the best scores Hans Zimmer has ever composed.” Eric Eisenberg, Cinema Blend“The visual vastness is matched by a Hans Zimmer score that is, to use a technical term, full-Zimmer.” Ben Travis, Empire Magazine“Composer Hans Zimmer inspires great awe with a booming score, but not one BRAAAM in sight, thankfully.” Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist What is the overall experience like?“As a visual and visceral experience, Dune is undeniably transporting. As a spectacle for the mind and heart, it never quite leaves Earth behind.” Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times“Dune is certainly capable of transporting us to its alien landscapes via its many technical achievements… There is no detail spared in immersing us in this fantastical world.” Scott Collura, IGN“You feel like you’re looking into a window across space and time… The line between fiction and reality fades from your mind, and it’s breathtaking.” Eric Eisenberg, Cinema Blend“Villeneuve’s Dune is the sandworm exploding out from the darkness below. It is a film of such literal and emotional largeness that it overwhelms the senses.” Clarisse Loughrey, Independent(Photo by Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures)How are the performances?“Chalamet confirms on a grand scale what arthouse audiences have long known about his charisma.” David Crow, Den of Geek“Timothee Chalamet once again gives another exceptional performance.” Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie Emporium“Among the uniformly excellent performances, Timothée Chalamet holds his own in his first blockbuster leading role.” Ben Travis, Empire Magazine“Chalamet, playing it earnestly and effectively, is perfectly cast here, and both Ferguson and Isaac are excellent, as is Skarsgård.” Pete Hammond, Deadline“Everyone flawlessly gets at the core of who they are playing. Timothee Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson and Oscar Isaac are the triumvirate that lead the cast, and they are all phenomenal.” Eric Eisenberg, Cinema Blend“Momoa, in particular, bringing a swagger and excitement beyond anything we’ve seen from him before.” Germain Lussier, io9.com“The actors here all give good, serious performances, but in a sense it isn’t an actor’s film, because they are playing archetypes.” Catherine Bray, Film of the Week“No one has much time to distinguish themselves, all functioning as mere fleshy cogs in Villeneuve’s churning machine.” Richard Lawson, Vanity FairIs it a fun movie?“The script benefits from injecting occasional bits of humor into the universe-shaping events of the film.” Scott Collura, IGN“Dune is so aesthetically rich and monolithic that a few brief, misguided stabs at Marvel-style humor early on feel almost like blasphemy.” Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment Weekly“If what you love most about Marvel is the quips, you might not like Dune very much…it is deadly serious…a relief I hadn’t realized I needed.” Catherine Bray, Film of the Week“While Villeneuve has been and likely remains one of the most humorless filmmakers alive, the novel wasn’t a barrel of laughs either, and it’s salutary that Villeneuve honored the scant light notes in the script.” Glenn Kenny, RogerEbert.com“Dune lumbers with such aloof, uninviting self-seriousness that it’s hard to love, hard to even celebrate as an assured piece of tentpole authorship.” Richard Lawson, Vanity Fair“My only grievance is that hardly anyone in this film ever smiles…everyone in Dune is grimly serious. You kind of wish someone would shake Paul’s hand with a joy buzzer.” Roger Friedman, Showbiz 411(Photo by Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures)Does it feel unfinished?“The film is ultimately a long and overwrought prologue — a prelude to action rather than its own autonomous story.” Richard Lawson, Vanity Fair“The real meal doesn’t really begin until Part Two, and that’s probably one of the minor disappointments of its inconclusive finale.” Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist“It does wind up feeling incomplete… like the serving of a decadent and delicious appetizer that comes out while the epic entrée to come is still braising in the kitchen.” Eric Eisenberg, Cinema Blend“It feels so completely sure of itself and so legitimately stunning, that it’s a huge shame that the next chapter is in fact subject to the whims of the marketplace… Surely, there has to be more.” Catherine Bray, Film of the Week“To be left dangling without Dune: Part Two would be a particular heartbreak. Here’s hoping we won’t only be seeing it in our dreams.” Ben Travis, Empire MagazineIs it difficult to assess this first chapter on its own?“It will require reassessment when the rest of the director’s vision is revealed – and if there is a movie god, we’ll see that happen sooner rather than later.” Eric Eisenberg, Cinema Blend“What could happen in the future isn’t something you can think about when critiquing a movie though. There’s this movie, this story, and if it doesn’t work on its own, that would problem. It’s not a problem here.” Germain Lussier, io9.comDune is in theaters and on HBO Max on October 22, 2021.
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This week s Ketchup brings you another ten headlines from the world of film development news, covering such titles as Batgirl, The Exorcist, The Haunted Mansion, and The Saint.This WEEK S TOP STORYGET OUT THE PEA SOUP THE EXORCIST COMING BACK IN NEW TRILOGY(Photo by Universal.)A great deal has been written over the last 40+ years about what a gamechanger Jaws was in 1975, but that also basically overshadows the film from two years earlier which even more so redefined what a horror film could be: The Exorcist. Warner Bros kept trying to replicate the success of The Exorcist with sequels and prequels, but nothing came even close. Last December, there started to be talk about director David Gordon Green (Pineapple Express, Halloween Kills) developing a new Exorcist with Blumhouse. The original film s director, William Friedkin, quickly came out against it. But The Exorcist sequel isn t just happening, but it s going to be a new trilogy of films that Universal Pictures is spending 0 million on, including possible plans for one or more of the new films to premiere on their Peacock streaming app. Ellen Burstyn, who starred in The Exorcist, will reprise her role as Chris MacNeil, and she will also be joined by Leslie Odom Jr (Aaron Burr from Hamilton, Sam Cooke in One Night in Miami). The first of the new Exorcist sequels will be released theatrically on October 13, 2023.Other Top Headlines1. TOM HANKS JOINS WES ANDERSON S NEXT MOVIE (Photo by Dreamworks/Everett Collection)While we await the COVID-19 delayed release of The French Dispatch, Wes Anderson is currently preparing to film his untitled next film in Spain. Before today, the three announced cast members were all frequent Anderson stars (who are also in The French Dispatch): Adrien Brody, Bill Murray, and Tilda Swinton. The fourth announced star is indeed someone who s never worked with Anderson before: Tom Hanks. The movie will be at least partially shot in Spain, and has been described as a romance set in the desert.2. J.K. SIMMONS TO TIE BATGIRL INTO DCEU(Photo by Warner Bros.)Last week s top story was that In the Heights star Leslie Grace had been cast as Barbara Gordon in the HBO Max solo movie Batgirl. That quickly led to speculation about who might play her father, James Gordon, with one possibility being Jeffrey Wright, who plays Gordon in next year s The Batman. Perhaps wanting to resolve that mystery before fan theories got too wild, Warner Bros quickly came back this week to announce that J.K. Simmons will reprise his role as Commissioner James Gordon. This move effectively ties Batgirl directly into the DC Extended Universe, as Simmons previously played Gordon in Justice League. Batgirl will be directed for HBO Max by the Bad Boys for Life directing team of Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah.3. DISNEY ATTEMPTING THE HAUNTED MANSION AGAIN WITH TIFFANY HADDISH(Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)Walt Disney Pictures had such a great big success with the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise that it might be easy to forget that there have been a few attempts to turn Disney theme park attractions into movies that didn t do as well, like The Country Bears, Tomorrowland, and The Haunted Mansion. Disney has tried revisiting The Haunted Mansion (including a time with Guillermo del Toro involved), but it sounds like they re finally ready for the reboot, just as another ride adaptation, Jungle Cruise, hits theaters. Tiffany Haddish (Girls Trip, Bad Trip) and LaKeith Standfield (Get Out, Knives Out) have been cast in The Haunted Mansion reboot, which will be directed by Justin Simien, the writer/director of Bad Hair and Dear White People.4. NICHOLAS HOULT AND ANYA TAYLOR-JOY TO PERUSE THE MENU (Photo by Netflix/Everett Collection)Nicholas Hoult (About a Boy, Warm Bodies) this week joined Anya Taylor-Joy (The Witch, The Queen s Gambit) in a dark comedy-thriller called The Menu. Searchlight Pictures describes them as playing a young couple who travel to a remote island to eat at an exclusive restaurant where the chef has prepared a lavish menu, with some shocking surprises. At which point, it seems like it s a pretty easy guess that the shocking surprises in a dark comedy called The Menu is that Hoult s character comes out as actually likeing beets and artichokes. Just kidding, it s probably cannibalism. The director and screenwriter of The Menu previously worked together on HBO s Succession.5. BREAKOUT BRIDGERTON STAR TAKES OVER GENTLEMAN THIEF ROLE THE SAINT(Photo by Netflix/Everett Collection)Sometimes, certain long-running TV shows do not hold onto the same sort of cultural legacy as others. For example, pretty much everyone is familiar with Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock, even though the original series only ran for three seasons. On the other hand, there s a show like The Saint, based on the novels by author Leslie Charteris, which ran for twice as long, and even featured a future James Bond (Sir Roger Moore) in the lead role, and yet the show is now a TV history footnote. Val Kilmer did star in a 1997 movie, but it was a box office disappointment ( million domestic from a budget in the same range). Yet, Paramount Pictures is preparing to give gentleman thief Simon Templar another try, and the studio has chosen Bridgerton breakout star Regé-Jean Page, now in negotiations with Paramount. The screenplay is also being rewritten by actor Kwame Kwei-Armah, who is currently working with Spike Lee on an untitled musical project.6. AWKWAFINA AND SAM ROCKWELL VOICING ANIMAL CROOKS IN THE BAD GUYS(Photo by RCF/Everett Collection)DreamWorks Animation has been working for a while on a comedy called The Bad Guys (based on the Scholastic Kids book series) about a group of animal criminals that was originally supposed to come ou
bob综合体育平台下载 As we gear up for the epic conclusion of the Skywalker Saga, Rotten Tomatoes correspondent Mark Ellis sat down with The Force Awakens and The Rise of Skywalker director J.J. Abrams and the cast of the new film to talk legacies, Carrie Fisher, trilogy highlights, and – of course – Baby Yoda. It was the day after the stars had seen the film for the very first time, and their enthusiasm for what they d witnessed was palpable. Here, Abrams discusses what he hopes his trilogy has given fans; Keri Russell salutes Abrams and dishes on what it s like to act behind an iconic Star Wars helmet; and Daisy Ridley pays tribute to Carrie Fisher, a pop culture pioneer. Plus, John Boyega, Kelly Marie Tran, Naomi Ackie, Joonas Suotamo, and Anthony Daniels reflect on their favorite moments from their time in the Star Wars universe.
The NYFCC announced the winners of their 2018 Awards this morning on Twitter. Roma led all winnners with three; Best Film, Best Director, and Best Cinametography. Paul Schrader s First Reformed followed with two wins for Best Screenplay and Best Actor. This sets up quite well for Curarón s black and white semi-autobiographical story of his adolescence in 1970s Mexico, as told through the eyes of the woman who raised him. A strong showing with critics groups early will help propel some good will with Academy voters. This morning s announcement also bodes well for Schrader, the writer of Taxi Driver Raging Bull, to secure his ever-elusive first Oscar.The NYFCC Awards are chosen by a group of critics from daily newspapers, weekly newspapers, magazines, and qualifying online general interest publications. Last year, Lady Bird won the award for Best Picture while The Florida Project won for Best Director (Sean Baker).Read through for the full list below, and make sure to check out the complete Awards Leaderboard to keep up to date on the accolades bestowed on the best movies of 2018/2019 from the press, fans, and members of the film industry.Best Film: Roma (2018) 96%Best Director: Alfonso Cuarón — Roma (2018) 96%Best Screenplay: Paul Schrader — First Reformed (2017) 93%Best Actress: Regina Hall — Support the Girls (2018) 91%Best Actor: Ethan Hawke — First Reformed (2017) 93%Best Supporting Actress: Regina King — If Beale Street Could Talk (2018) 95%Best Supporting Actor: Richard E. Grant — Can You Ever Forgive Me? (2018) 98%Best Cinematographer: Alfonso Cuarón — Roma (2018) 96%Best Animated Film: Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman — Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) 97%Best Non-Fiction Film (Documentary): Bing Liu — Minding the Gap (2018) 100%Best Foreign Film: Pawel Pawlikowski — Cold War (2018) 92%Best First Film: Bo Burnham — Eighth Grade (2018) 99%Special Award For Career Achievement: David Schwartz Kino Classics Box Set Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers 所以在1月，玩家更多地会选择《天谕》手游这款新游戏，作为经典端游改编，这款手游历经五年打磨，继承了端游中战法牧职业体系、深度副本开荒体验、以及大翅膀飞行系统，可玩度较高。