亚博手机采用百度引擎9（Baidu 7）NEW TRAILERS: Concrete Cowboy: Idris Elba, Caleb McLaughlin, and Jharrel Jerome Star in the Father-Son DramaConcrete Cowboy is a father-son movie starring Idris Elba as Harp, whose estranged son, Cole (Caleb McLaughlin), comes to live with him in Philadelphia after the 15-year-old is expelled from school in Detroit. Harp finds solace in rehabilitating horses for inner city cowboys at the Fletcher Street Stables, a real-life Black urban horsemanship community that has provided a safe haven for the neighborhood residents for more than 100 years. Torn between his growing respect for his father s community and his reemerging friendship with troubled cousin Smush (Jharrel Jerome), Cole begins to reprioritize his life as the stables themselves are threatened by encroaching gentrification. Inspired by the novel Ghetto Cowboy by G. Neri, and produced by Elba and Lee Daniels. Lorraine Toussaint, Method Man, and members of the Fletcher Street Stables also costar. Premieres April 2 (Netflix).More trailers and teasers released this week:• WeWork: Or the Making and Breaking of a Billion Unicorn is a documentary that explores the rise and fall of one of the biggest corporate flameouts and venture capitalist bubbles in recent years the story of WeWork, and its hippie-messianic leader Adam Neumann. Premieres 2 (Hulu).• The Irregulars is the new crime drama about the teens (the Baker Street Irregulars) who help in the supernatural investigations of Sherlock Holmes and his pal Dr. Watson. Stars Henry Lloyd-Hughes, Royce Pierreson, Clarke Peters, and Olivia Grant. Premieres March 26 (Netflix).• The fifth and final season of Van Helsing premieres on April 16. Stars Kelly Overton, Jonathan Scarfe, and Christopher Heyerdahl (Syfy).• The Great Pottery Throw Down is the “ultimate hands-on competition,” of 120 artisans making beautiful, intricate works of ceramics. Premieres April 1 (HBO Max).• Dad Stop Embarrassing Me! is a new sitcom about a businessman (Jamie Foxx) who becomes the single father to his teen daughter, with some help from his father (David Alan Grier) and sister (Porscha Coleman). Based on Foxx’s relationship with his daughter, Corinne (an executive producer on the show). Premieres April 14 (Netflix).• Godfather of Harlem Season 2 features new cast members Justin Bartha, Method Man, Annabella Sciorra, Michael Rispoli, Ronald Guttman, Gino Cafarelli, Isaach De Bankolé, and Neal Matarazzo joining Forest Whitaker, Vincent D’Onofrio, Paul Sorvino, Giancarlo Esposito, Luis Guzman, and Chazz Palminteri. Premieres April 18 (EPIX).• The Challenge: All Stars is a reunion of old school contestants of MTV’s The Challenge, including popular competitors like Mark Long, Nehemiah Clark, Ruthie Alcaide, Syrus Yarbrough, Beth Stolarczyk, Teck Holmes, and Trishelle Cannatella, who are competing for the 0,000 grand prize. Premieres April 1 (Paramount+).• The Last Cruise is a first-person documentary short about the ill-fated Diamond Princess Cruise, which set sail from Yokohama, Japan on January 20, 2020 in the earliest days of the COVID-19 pandemic, and by Feb. 26, accounted for more than half of all the documented COVID-19 cases outside of China, with more than 700 people on board infected. Streams March 30 (HBO Max).• Rutherford Falls is a new comedy about two lifelong best friends (Ed Helms and Jana Schmieding) and the quirky small town they live in, from executive producer Michael Schur, and with Native representation on screen and with five Native writers in the writers room. Premieres April 22 (Peacock).• Birdgirl is the new spin-off of the animated gem Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law, featuring Birdgirl (Paget Brewster) and her band of misfit crimefighters. Also stars Tony Hale, Rob Delaney, Sonia Denis, Kether Donohue, John Doman, Negin Farsad, and Lorelai Ramirez. Premieres April 4 (Adult Swim).For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.CASTING: Tom Hiddleston Joins Claire Danes in The Essex Serpent(Photo by Apple TV+)Tom Hiddleston has been busy. The actor will star opposite Claire Danes in the Apple TV+ drama series The Essex Serpent, an adaptation of the Sarah Perry novel of the same name. Hiddleston, seen in a first-look photo above, will play the leader of a local community where Danes’ recent widow, who was an abused wife, moves after her husband’s death, and becomes involved with the superstition of a mythical creature known as the Essex Serpent.Sally Field will play Jessie Buss, the mother of NBA Hall of Fame owner Jerry Buss, and Adrien Brody will play Lakers coach Pat Riley in Adam McKay’s HBO drama series about the 1980s Los Angeles Lakers, based on Jeff Pearlman’s book Showtime: Magic, Kareem, Riley, and the Los Angeles Lakers Dynasty of the 1980s. Jessie Buss was also her son’s advisor and bookkeeper when he was the Lakers’ owner, while Riley led the Lakers to NBA titles in 1982, 1985, 1987, and 1988. The still-untitled series also stars John C. Reilly as Jerry Buss, Jason Clarke as Jerry West, Quincy Isaiah as Magic Johnson, Solomon Hughes as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Hadley Robinson as Jeanie Buss, DeVaughn Nixon as Norm Nixon, Spencer Garrett as Chick Hearn, and Tamera Tomakili as Earletha “Cookie” Kelly.Bates Motel star Vera Farmiga will star in Apple TV+’s adaptation of Five Days at Memorial, Sheri Fink National Book Critics Circle Award winner about the first five days at a New Orleans hospital after Hurricane Katrina. Carlton Cuse, who worked with Farmiga on Bates, and John Ridley will write, showrun, produce, and direct the series.Mindy Kaling has joined the voice cast of Disney+’s Monsters At Work animated series. The Office star will voice Val Little, a member of the facilities team in the series sequel to the Disney movie hit Monsters, Inc. Previously announced cast members include John Goodman, Billy Crystal, and Bonnie Hunt reprising their roles from the movie, as well as Henry Winkler, Ben Feldman, Alanna Ubach, Lucas Neff, John Ratzenberger, Jennifer Tilly, and Aisha Tyler.Maya Rudolph will star in an untitled comedy at Apple TV+, where she’ll play a woman whose life is turned upside down when her husband leaves her … with nothing but billion. The series is created by Alan Yang and Matt Hubbard, who also created Forever, the Amazon comedy starring Rudolph and Fred Armisen. (Deadline)
Best-Reviewed Movies 2018: Wide ReleaseSix hundred theaters. That s all it takes to make it onto our list of wide releases. That, and the undying, near-unanimous adulation of critics. They gave top marks to three superhero movies this year, as burnout and fatigue of this subgenre remains an invisible specter. Meanwhile, the cinema of empathy (Won t You Be My Neighbor?, Paddington 2) connected in a big way.The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of December 31, 2018. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category » n is the creator, writer, and executive producer of Loafy, an upcoming Comedy Central digital series about a manatee who runs a drug empire from his water tank at the Center Park Zoo. Moynihan will also voice the main character in the series, which will premiere in 2020 on all Comedy Central digital and social platforms.The Freeform cable network is developing a modern day spin on Dante Alighieri’s 14th-century epic poem Inferno, which will be set in Los Angeles and revolve around Grace Dante, a young woman with serious responsibilities – a drug addict mother and dependent brother – whose life suddenly starts improving … thanks to the devil. To outsmart him, Grace has to make her way through the underworld, i.e. present-day L.A. (THR)Disney+ has ordered 10 episodes of Becoming – a documentary series that breaks down the early years of celebrities – from producer LeBron James’s Springhill Entertainment. Nick Cannon, Lakers All-Star Anthony Davis, and WNBA All-Star and two-time Olympic gold medalist Candace Parker are among the celebrities who will be profiled.Netflix has ordered eight episodes of Heaven’s Forest, an animated drama with stories and characters inspired by the Indian mythology of Ramayana. Castlevania creator Warren Ellis will write and serve as an executive producer on the project. (Deadline)Sony Pictures Television is developing The Good Dish, a syndicated daytime series for 2020 hosted by Daphne Oz, Vanessa Williams, Gail Simmons, and Jamika Pessoa. The spin-off of The Dr. Oz Show began with cooking segments on that series (hosted by Oz’s husband Dr. Mehmet Oz), and will expand on the cooking segments with lifestyle, budget, and menu advice.Spectrum cable customers will be able to watch all new episodes of the Mad About You reboot on Nov. 20. Spectrum customers can watch all 164 episodes of the original Helen Hunt/Paul Reiser series on demand at SpectrumTV.com.Wilmer Valderrama is producing The Trail, a drama CBS is developing about elite investigators who work for the U.S. National Park Service and solve high-profile cases at Yosemite National Park. (Deadline)Upcoming mobile video platform Quibi has announced a new celebrity gossip talk show called Potty Talk. The series, hosted by fashion designer Alexander Wang, will find the designer and a guest host interviewing their famous friends inside the bathrooms at various pop culture events.Quibi is also putting a new spin on the celebrity game show. Comedian Ron Funches will host Nice One!, in which comedians are pitted against each other and challenged to “out-compliment one another in a showdown of sweetness and consideration.” (Deadline)Lucifer will air its final season in two parts, each made up of eight episodes. Series star Tom Ellis announced the season 5 breakdown while he hosted a tour of the Lucifer set on The Kelly Clarkson Show.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
The Crown: Season 4 (2020) – Netflix About the show: As the 1970s are drawing to a close, Queen Elizabeth (Olivia Colman) and her family find themselves preoccupied with safeguarding the line of succession by securing an appropriate bride for Prince Charles (Josh O’Connor), who is still unmarried at 30. As the nation begins to feel the impact of divisive policies introduced by Britain s first female Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (Gillian Anderson), tensions arise between her and the Queen which only grow worse as Thatcher leads the country into the Falklands War, generating conflict within the Commonwealth. While Charles’ romance with a young Lady Diana Spencer (Emma Corrin) provides a much-needed fairytale to unite the British people, behind closed doors, the Royal family is becoming increasingly divided.Why You Should Watch It: The Emmy-winning series missed out on major-category awards for season 3, despite being led by Oscar-winner Colman and a Certified Fresh 90% Tomatometer score. (The title did scoop up trophies, however, for Outstanding Period Costumes and Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Period or Fantasy Program – One Hour Or More.) With the addition of storylines for Thatcher and Lady Diana, season 4 offers fans even more historical drama to snack on.Premiere Date: Sunday, Nov. 15, 2020亚博手机London pop trio Bros had an 18-month hot flash of success when they were the biggest thing since sliced bread. I wasn’t a fan back then several of my female school friends were but it was impossible to escape their songs and not get swept up in the teen hysteria. Then, as quickly as it had begun, it was over. This charming and hilarious documentary picks up 28 years after Bros’ chart-topping heyday and shows the fractious relationship between the band’s core members, identical twins Matt and Luke Goss. While their outlook on life is sometimes unintentionally funny, there’s a lot of real laughs too, not least an epic tangent about the banning of childhood game Conkers. There is also a real heart to the film, and it’s difficult not to be moved as they overcome tragedies and their differences to return to the arena for a comeback show. Highly entertaining.
nal themes and does it fairly well. It may not quite stick the landing flawlessly, but Pitt turns in a noteworthy performance and Gray largely succeeds in grounding the epic scope in effective human drama. The end result is a more cerebral odyssey that still features enough thrills to please genre fans.
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its to the role with a ferocious intensity. Robbie Collin, Daily TelegraphMoss is the key to making all the scary-movie filmmaking work… She is terrific. Brian Truitt, USA TodayIt s all the more impressive as she s often acting against nothing. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyWatching her fight for her life against the title monster is a feat of physical acting, not to mention a devilishly effective visual effect. William Bibbiani, The WrapCasting Moss in the lead was easily the best investment the producers made. Norman Gidney, HorrorBuzzRyan FujitaniAnything else deserve recognition?Let’s give a shout out to the sound designers, taken for granted so often, and then proven utterly essential when filmmakers have little else to hang their hats on. Simon Miraudo, Student EdgeI really love the positive images of the black family… and I just wanted to give a shout out to them for that. Sharronda Williams, Pay or WaitDoes the movie work with its heavy themes?It does an admirable job of taking us back to a time when a horror film could actually mean something. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyThis film does a great job of talking about domestic violence, survivors of domestic violence, what life looks like if they’re lucky enough to get out of that situation. Sharronda Williams, Pay or WaitThere is a universal and uncomfortably real impact to the horrors on show here. Which, inevitably, will make it a tough watch for some. John Nugent, Empire MagazineWomen will find an extra level of horror and truth to this movie. Grace Randolph, Beyond the TrailerThe analogy of the woman no one believes is all too relevant today, but it’s a cliche we’ve seen before and in far better films. Jude Dry, IndieWireWhile Whannell wants to say something, what he actually has to say doesn’t amount to all that much. Benjamin Lee, Guardian(Photo by Universal Pictures)Are there any major problems?Like much of the film, the final scene opts for shock value over something more drawn out and it ends with a whimper rather than a roar. Benjamin Lee, GuardianThe film s demand that we pay close attention for any sign of the invisible man proves a double-edged sword. Just as his aggressions become harder and harder to ignore, so too do the film s narrative blemishes. Angie Han, MashableCould this be the start of a new horror franchise?It’s not clear where a sequel to this would lead, but if Moss is on board the filmmakers will already be ahead of the game. Todd McCarthy, Hollywood ReporterThe Invisible Man is in theaters on February 28.
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1.25.0 8月喜迎(Photo by Chiabella James/Paramount Pictures)All Tom Cruise Movies, Ranked By TomatometerFrom his teen idol days in the early 80s to his status as a marquee-lighting leading man today, Tom Cruise has consistently done it all for decades — he s completed impossible missions, learned about Wapner time in Rain Man, driven the highway to the danger zone in Top Gun, and done wonders for Bob Seger’s royalty statements in Risky Business, to offer just a few examples. Mr. Cruise is one of the few honest-to-goodness film stars left in the Hollywood firmament, so whether you re a hardcore fan or just interested in a refresher course on his filmography, we re here to take a fond look back at a truly impressive career and rank all Tom Cruise movies by Tomatometer.
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Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: It’s interesting that you mentioned Goodfellas, because so much of that film is casting as well as everything else. In this film you had an incredible cast. Just how did you get this dream cast together? I wished upon a star. It really is unbelievable. I met Jennifer first, so we cast Jennifer at the end of 2017, so it s been a long journey to try to build the world and fill out the movie. But she was Ramona right out of the gate. I don t usually think about actors when I m writing anything, but the minute I stopped and looked at it, to who was on the page, it was just so clear that Ramona was Jennifer Lopez.And then it was about finding Destiny and finding the right person and the right dynamic and chemistry that they would have with each other. I was so enchanted by Constance s performance in Crazy Rich Asians, and I met her in person and thought she s a really deep, intelligent, funny person that I couldn t wait to see next to Jennifer and see that kind of sisterly dynamic form between them. [Keke Palmer] was someone who I d wanted to work with for a long time; I ve just been a fan of hers. And, you know, Lizzo was someone I had been messaging on Instagram for like a year. So there was a lot of that. There was certainly some chasing that was made a whole lot easier once J-Lo was on board. But yeah, Madeline Brewer was someone… I was just a real big fan of Cam and was hoping that she would be a part of it.Trace Lysette tweeted at me a year ago. We met for lunch and I wrote her this role because I just think she s fabulous – enormous fan of hers. Mette Towley was someone I had met with about a year before that. Jacqueline Frances – who s known as Jacq The Stripper on Instagram – she s a stand-up comedian and a great advocate and voice for the community.So I just felt like I wanted to see all of these people in a locker room together… You know, Cardi s obviously a superstar, but to watch her be just one of the girls in the locker room… [it] was a thrill to see them all interact together.How fun were those locker-room scenes, and the Christmas party scene, to shoot? Because, everyone seems to be having the best time.I mean, I had the best time. I certainly did. Yeah, they were full of joy. Christmas was Christmas. It felt like Christmas morning. It really was just so joyful to have everybody together and felt like story time and everyone s sitting around together, and you know, we ve really tried to keep everything as alive as possible. I encouraged improv. Obviously, there was a script to stick to, but I wanted every scene to feel alive and like people are talking and talking over each other. So we had a tougher time in editing, but we wanted to make sure that we shot that with that feeling of electricity, and that was so much fun to honestly watch everyone interact with each other.The dancing scenes were especially fun. The club was our last week of shooting and everyone was so excited to get there and blow it out. It was pretty enormous. We had 300 extras and 50 dancers and 250 men who were, thankfully, incredibly respectful and had myself and a comfort consultant, Jacq the Stripper, Jacqueline Frances, walking around, making sure everybody felt safe and comfortable while also still trying to capture that aggression and living, breathing, feeling of a strip club. So it was a blast, actually.Thumbnail image: Phil Bray/©Weinstein Company, © Sony Pictures Classics, © Paramount, © Warner Bros. PicturesHustlers is currently in theaters.
My connection to Dee Rees’ Pariah began one night at a Berlin bar. On New Year’s Eve 2009, I headed out for a drink in the German city, where I was stationed in the Air Force. As I settled in for the night and took a sip, I thought, “I am a lesbian.” It’s not something I had thought about in the weeks prior, but it felt right to say it then; and so over the super-loud music, I told my best friend that I was satisfied with coming out as a lesbian. I rang in that new year with a new branch of identity, one that felt right but also terrifying because I had a lot of questions. How would I integrate myself into this community? Would I have to fight for acceptance within it? How do I find a date? These aren’t things I felt comfortable asking someone; I needed to experience it for myself. Unfortunately, I also had to deploy. I worked nights, gave up on a social life, and didn’t have time to process those questions or get close to any answers. Instead I watched films, and one day someone suggested I check out Rees’ Pariah. I did some research, discovered what it was about, and knew this was something I needed to see.(Photo by Focus Features)Pariah follows Alike (Adepero Oduye), a 17-year-old Brooklynite who longs for an intimate connection with someone of the same sex. She knows she’s a lesbian and hasn’t come out to her parents; those around her suspect she may be gay based on her fashion choices and current friends, who are openly gay women. Observing this behavior, her mother Audrey (Kim Wayans) encourages her to befriend Bina (Aasha Davis), in the hope she will rub off on her daughter: Bina is feminine, demure, goes to church – everything Audrey s daughter is not. Alike develops a crush on her new friend, and things look promising until Bina admits the feeling isn’t mutual. Meanwhile, tensions are rising at home. Audrey is incensed at the idea that one of her children is gay, while Alike’s father Arthur (Charles Parnell) believes his wife is overreacting. Tired of the drama, Alike leaves home early for college to start life anew. As she is about to board the bus to college, director Rees interposes the action with a shot of Alike reading her poetry. When she’s finally on the bus, glaring out of the window with a look of satisfaction, we hear the line “I am not running, I’m choosing.” It hits close to home.(Photo by Focus Features/ Everett Collection)“I’m not running, I’m choosing” is a theme that ripples throughout the film, during which Alike is in a constant tug-of-war between family obligation and self-preservation. In the end, she chooses herself – not out of selfishness but for her own mental and spiritual wellbeing. Unlike Alike, my family didn’t have issues with my coming out. They were very accepting, and many were not surprised. However, it’s still a heavy cross to bear when you exist at marginalized intersections. Claiming a sexual label outside of heterosexuality – on top of being Black and a woman in America – can mean you face physical abuse, verbal abuse, and sometimes death. Alike and I have the same skin complexion, are of the same sexual orientation, we grew up in similar environments, and we made the bold choice to leave because it was the best choice for us and no one else. For me, leaving home to join the military was a decision without outside influences – the kind of major decision I hadn t made until then. Seeing Pariah gave me confidence and confirmed that I made the right choice.Katie ShearerThe movie changed my life and my perspective on what it means to be happy with everything I am. When the film was released, it didn’t receive the notoriety it deserves. Now, many movie fans are discovering what a gem Pariah is. I would go so far as to say it paved the way for films like Moonlight, Night Comes On, and Rafiki. Rees has built a successful career. She followed Pariah with the HBO original film Bessie, starring Queen Latifah; Mudbound, her third feature, picked up four Oscar nominations, including for Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Cinematography. Her next film is an adaptation of the Joan Didion novel, The Last Thing He Wanted.I’m just here to remind movie fans that Pariah should always come up in conversation when discussing queer cinema game changers. It’s a movie that speaks to a demographic that rarely interests Hollywood studios – Black queer women and non-binary people. Rees took a cinematic risk and in doing so created a queer classic that holds up 10 years later – and will for decades to come.Valerie Complex is a military veteran turned freelance movie journalist in love with all things related to cinema.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
(Photo by Fox Searchlight)Bong Joon-ho s Parasite won Best Original screenplay and Taika Waititi’s Jojo Rabbit won Best Adapted Screenplay at the 2020 Writers Guild Awards on Saturday. On a ballot almost identical to the Oscars next week, both Parasite and Jojo Rabbit beat out strong fields that included The Irishman, Joker, 1917, and Rian Johnson s Knives Out. By beating out the odds-makers frontrunner, Little Women, the Nazi satire Jojo Rabbit now looks favored for the Adapted Screenplay Oscar, as six of the last nine winners in the category at the WGAs went on to win the Academy Award. On the Best Original screenplay side, Bong Joon-ho and Han Jin-won s comedy-thriller, however, may have a harder time of it next week, as their prime competition Quentin Tarantino s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was deemed ineligible by the WGA.On the TV front, Chernobyl continued its awards streak, taking home the big prize for Long Form series, while Barry took Best Comedy Series, and Succession won in the drama category.Read below for the full list of winners of the 2020 Writers Guild Awards.Don’t agree with the WGA’s picks? Let us know what films and TV shows you think should have won in the comments. SCREENPLAY WINNERSOriginal Screenplay — Parasite (2019) 98%Adapted Screenplay — Jojo Rabbit (2019) 80%Documentary Screenplay — The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley (2019) 79%TELEVISION, NEW MEDIA, AND NEWS WINNERSDrama Series — Succession 94%Comedy Series — Barry 99%New Series — Watchmen 96%Original Long Form — Chernobyl 96%Adapted Long Form — Fosse/Verdon 81%Original Short Form New Media — Special written by Ryan O’ConnellAnimation — The Simpsons 85% Thanksgiving of Horror written by Dan VebberEpisodic Drama — Succession 94% Tern Haven written by Will TracyEpisodic Comedy — Dead to Me 89% Pilot written by Liz FeldmanComedy/Variety Talk Series — Last Week Tonight With John Oliver 98%Comedy/Variety Specials — Full Frontal With Samantha Bee Comedy/Variety Sketch Series — I Think You Should Leave With Tim Robinson 98%Quiz and Audience Participation — Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? Daytime Drama — The Young and the RestlessChildren s Episodic, Long Form and Specials — Family Reunion Documentary Script — Current Events — Frontline Trump’s Trade War written by Rick YoungDocumentary Script — Other Than Current Events — Frontline Right To Fail - written by Tom JenningsNews Script — Regularly Scheduled, Bulletin, or Breaking Report — Special Edition of the CBS Evening News with Norah O’Donnell Terror in America: The Massacres in El Paso and Dayton News Script — Analysis, Feature, or Commentary — 60 Minutes Digital News Series Stories About My Brother written by Prachi Gupta, Jezebel.comAre you as obsessed with awards as we are? Check out our Awards Leaderboard for 2019/2020.
(Photo by Quibi)The Best Quibi Shows to Stream NowUpdated as of October 1, 2020New mobile-only streaming service Quibi launched in April with an all-star lineup to rival any other player in the streaming wars: Sophie Turner, Lena Waithe, Liam Hemsworth, Chrissy Teigen, Chance the Rapper, and LeBron James are all in new Quibi shows, with more big names on the way (Steven Spielberg and Zac Efron among them). But did the new service from Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman bring an A-game to match all those A-listers?Critics have now weighed in on Quibi s current offering of shows and movies in chapters, and as would be expected, Tomatometers are running the gamut from the super Fresh (hilarious slice of variety Gayme Show) to the middling (Turner s big-budget thriller Survive) to the very Rotten (treacly Thanks A Million, executive-produced by Jennifer Lopez). Some of the big-name bets are definitely paying off – the horror critics are really digging the Sam Raimi–produced epic anthology series 50 Shades of Fright, and James documentary series, I Promise, is currently Fresh at 100%. Others, not so much: Migos rapper Offset s Skrrt is currently stuck in the green end of the Tomatometer.As well as grappling with the content in the new programming, critics across the board are adjusting to Quibi s novel approach to streaming: No show or episode available on Quibi runs more than 10 minutes — thus the Quick Bites — and each can be watched in two formats, vertical and horizontal, with each giving you a different perspective on the action.So far, critics have mostly focused on two of Quibi s programming streams: Its prestige movies in chapters, which include Survive and The Most Dangerous Game, starring Hemsworth, as well as its unscripted originals, which include Teigen s Chrissy s Court and Gayme Show. None of Quibi s news and lifestyle Daily Essentials shows — which include The Rotten Tomatoes Watch List — have received Tomatometer scores as yet.We ll be updating as new shows are released and more scores become available, so stay tuned to this page to keep on top of the best shows Quibi has to offer. As the list grows, we will narrow it down to only the very best, but for now here are all the Quibi shows we have Tomatometer scores for, ranked from Rottenest to Freshest.
亚博手机 With It: Chapter Two hitting theaters this weekend, we decided to look back at the some of the best movies based on the works of Stephen King and take a stab at determining which one rules them all. In the latest installment of our VS video series, Mark Ellis breaks down the 16 best-reviewed Stephen King horror adaptations in a bracket-style showdown, pitting classics like Carrie and The Shining against lesser known titles like Cat s Eye and The Dark Half. Since this is a horror showdown, certain beloved films like Stand By Me and The Shawshank Redemption aren t included, but there are still plenty of iconic movies facing off. Check out the video and let us know in the comments which Stephen King horror adaptation is your favorite!Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.