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bob手机版登陆采用百度引擎8(Baidu 8)Best-Reviewed Comic Book Graphic Novel Movies 2020It s a woman s world in the realm when it comes to making the leap from page to screen, starting with Margot Robbie getting her chance to take the spotlight as Harley Quinn in the wild Cathy Yan-directed romp Birds of Prey. Charlize Theron showed she s nowhere near done kicking ass with The Old Guard, as a hellbent immortal out for revenge under the direction of Gina Prince-Bythewood. And Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot re-teamed for Wonder Woman 1984. Chris Hemsworth, always happy to play a supporting role for the ladies like he did in 2016 s Ghostbusters, follows behind with his stunt-rockin Extraction.The order of the rank below reflects the Adjusted Score as of February 28, 2021. Scores might change over time.« Previous Category Next Category »

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uccess (which included five Golden Globe and Emmy nominations and two Globe wins), he would soon find greater success as a director. After bursting onto the directing scene with This Is Spinal Tap, Reiner would follow it with The Sure Thing, Stand By Me, The Princess Bride, When Harry Met Sally…, Misery, and A Few Good Men.You read that list correctly: Rob Reiner’s first seven films as a director were, in order, a hilarious, genre-defining mockumentary; an 80s teen romp; a classic coming-of-age film; a beloved fantasy adventure; one of the greatest rom-coms of all time; a terrifying thriller; and an oft-quoted military courtroom drama. Yes, the guy who directed This Is Spinal Tap also directed this, this, and this.The crazy part is that all of these were critical and commercial successes. These seven movies average 90% on the Tomatometer, and This Is Spinal Tap kicked the whole thing off.Spinal Tap Is Now a Real (and Successful) Band(Photo by NBC/Getty Images)Unlike every other popular music group that received the rockumentary treatment, Spinal Tap was a fake band that became a real rock group.In the film, Spinal Tap was a washed-up group of has-beens that was “treading water in a sea of retarded sexuality and bad poetry,” but as a real-life band, their three albums have all charted in the Top 200 (with the latter two of the three making it into the Top 100), and they ve been called “top-notch and striking the right balance between parody and real rock roll.”And while, in the mockumentary, Tap played second fiddle to a puppet show, the band has since performed in front of a sellout crowd at Wembley Stadium, played Glastonbury Fest, and headlined a full U.S. tour.In fact, on their second real-life album, Break Like The Wind, Tap played alongside rock geniuses like Jeff Beck, Joe Satriani, Slash, and Waddy Wachtel, as well as Cher. Because who wouldn t want to play with Cher?And the reason why they’ve had such acclaim and success as a real band? Well Their Songs Are ExcellentWhile all the jokes and improvisational shenanigans in the film are inspired, perhaps the most impressive thing about it is the music itself.In fact, the music might be the one thing that doesn t quite fit the narrative of the movie; Spinal Tap s songs are simply too good to believe they re washed up. They span several decades and cover multiple genres, styles, and sensibilities, and they work both as a parody of and celebration of popular music, as well as a complex, well-written, fully functional rock compilation, regardless of the humor.“Gimme Some Money” perfectly mimics early Beatles songs like Money (That’s What I Want) and Do You Want to Know A Secret, but its skiffle-inspired sound, catchy lyrics, and a great Nigel Tufnel solo make it a tight nod to 60s rock and roll and a great marker to show when the Tap got their start. They even went psychedelic on the late- 60s parody song (Listen to the) Flower People and the prog rock song Stonehenge.  And while the inappropriate sex joke that forms the basis of Tonight I’m Going to Rock You Tonight admittedly hasn t aged very well, it still boasts a rocking guitar solo, a killer hook, and powerful drums.In fact, the whole Spinal Tap discography is full of incredible songs that perfectly straddle that line between parody and real, excellent rock music. It’s difficult to make a lasting music parody, but it’s even more difficult to make music that stands on its own. It’s also difficult to make a comedy film, but it’s even more difficult to make one that has been beloved and celebrated for 35 years.This Is Spinal Tap opened on March 2, 1984.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. Ryan Fujitani for Rotten Tomatoes: You have this reputation for being one of the nicest people in Hollywood, but that s gotta be tiring, isn t it? Is it difficult for you, just having everyone sort of expect you to be the most charming person they ve ever met?Hugh Jackman: [laughs] No. What you ve got to understand is most people assume people in movies are dicks, and arrogant, and expect everything. And I actually think I m being a slightly watered down version of the way I was brought up, as in my parents would expect me to be nicer, more polite, more appreciative, never allow anyone to do anything for me. So I kind of get away with it, I think, in a way. People go, Wow. I always feel what they re saying is, For a movie star, you re kind of nice. RT: It s not, He s a nice guy. It s, He s a nice guy for a movie star. Jackman: For a movie star. Exactly. Like, people say to me, Oh, that was so sweet. You remembered my name. And I m just like, You just told me three seconds ago. You know? Anyway If you re a parent, you go up and you say, Oh, hello, Mrs. Lacey. And they say, Oh, you remembered my name.  And it s like, Yeah. I m looking after your stinking kid all this time. Of course you remember my name. RT: So that works to your advantage.Jackman: Oh, totally. Expectations are low. Easy to deliver.RT: Well, so far, you re a pretty nice guy for an actor.Jackman: Right, thanks man. For an actor. [laughs]RT: So, let s talk about The Front Runner. Obviously the Gary Hart story was a big one here in the States when it happened, but I m wondering how much of it you were aware of before you took on the role.Jackman: Oh, I really was not aware. In fact, I was like most people. Most people would say to me, Oh, yeah, Gary Hart. Monkey business? What was the name? And, Didn t he tell them to follow him around? And it would usually happen in that order. I was probably I would know even less than that. I didn t know the follow me around. I think I d heard of Monkey Business.I think what s really interesting about this film Jason s highlighted something that s been pretty much forgotten. It feels like a blip in terms of political history, right? But actually, when you look at that moment, you really get an idea of how and why we got to where we are today. And I think that s what makes Jason such a great storyteller.And also, I m proud of the way he kind of treats everybody in the movie, and every character, and someone who might ve been, What was her name, that girl on the boat? You know? But by the end, you really feel and understand and empathize with her story as much as the woman at the Washington Post, or the campaign worker who has to take care of Donna. You see it from so many perspectives.RT: And the actors playing all of those characters. It s a fantastic cast you re working with in this film.Jackman: Oh yeah, a phenomenal cast. And Jason had this technique which was really interesting. He really wanted a very believable atmosphere. He used to grab extras. So I d be doing a scene, and an extra would be He would just say, I want you to go and interrupt, and I want you to go and do this, and so they would just come in and interrupt. We d have to deal with it.When we did the press conference [scene], we didn t know what order the questions were going to come in. They were just sort of being fired. He just said, Can you see that? He would point they were all in there, and I wasn t allowed to go in. We re peeking through the door, and he says, Can you see that white cross on the floor? And I said, Yeah. And he goes, If you stand around there, and go for it. I m like, Like now? Like go? And he goes, Yeah. So we just sort of walked in. So it was really interesting what he did.RT: The film paints a complex portrait of Gary Hart, because it builds him up as this superstar candidate, but it doesn t shy away from his faults. It must have been a challenge to portray someone who is so charismatic and charming and seemingly upstanding, but also has these big gaping flaws, because you had to show how he was so likable at the same time that he was, in a sense, morally compromised. How did you strike that balance?Jackman: It was a definite challenge for me on many levels because I m more of an open book. We ve only spoken for ten minutes. A lot of the characters I play have their heart beating out of their chest, and this is someone who will allow you close. He is very charismatic and enigmatic some people called him elusive. He was hard to get to know. He would let you get close to a point, but then not, and he never really felt comfortable personally letting everybody in. It just wasn t his personality, nor did he think that was important for the job he was going for, and thought it was distracting.He thought about things very, very differently than any other politician, and this is really the turning point. After this point, it s very clear to every political candidate that there is your personality, your ability or willingness to entertain, to be an entertainer, is part of the process. There was a reason why, I think, Clinton played saxophone on Arsenio Hall, whereas that wasn t happening before. Things certainly did change in this era, and I think the challenge for me was having the restraint to not let people in fully, because that is my instinct.Of course, I had to have that inner life, and you needed to see that, but there s moments of kindness, which are actually true. Like on the plane to the reporter who was going through that fright with a fear of flying.RT: That was a real thing that happened?Jackman: Yeah, that actually happened. Yeah, you know, he would hand books to people, and he would buy drinks for the press. But, at the same time, you never really fully felt that you got to know every part of him, and that was the challenge. It was a big challenge for me, and I really relied and leaned heavily on Jason for that.RT: You touched on this already, but while this film is certainly about the rise and fall of Gary Hart, it s clearly also about how journalism and especially political journalism changed at the time, particularly with respect to the privacy of candidates running for office. I think the film lets the audience decide where they stand, between the press should be free and candidates deserve their privacy. Where do you stand on that?Jackman: Look, it s a far more important job than probably anything else out there, so I do understand that people need to feel like they know the character of all these candidates. I learned this this is a new world prior to 1970, there was no primary system. So now you re expecting everyone around the country to judge 12 people that are running for a Republican ticket. So there is a responsibility of the press to get to know these people, and to let us know. You don t have time to do it.I think the question more for rather than putting it all on the press, and it s the press s job, and have they gone too far or not, I think if we as voters or citizens, whichever country we re at, have a very strong sense of what is important to us, what do we need to know, because that is different for everybody. And I don t judge it, the film doesn t judge it. Some people will judge a person on how they are in their marriage, you know? I m not, except for the person I m married to, but that s not me. But I do judge someone s character. I want to know that they are smart enough to see problems that I can t see coming, and that they have the conviction to follow through on what they say they re going to do. So that is a character judgment.So on some level, I do want to know them. I would like that to be uncovered. I don t need to know if they wear boxers or briefs, or their dog s name, whether they played piano in school, or what their girlfriend s name is, or whether they smoke marijuana. I don t really care about that. But that s different for everybody.RT: Before we go, I feel like I have to ask this. There s obviously been a lot of talk about the whole Disney-Fox deal and the fact that Bob Iger confirmed that Marvel s Kevin Feige will be the new caretaker of the X-Men franchise. If and I know this is a big if at some point, if they figure out a way to incorporate the X-Men into the existing Marvel Cinematic Universe, and they come knocking on your door, would you be willing to come back in some capacity, whether big or small?Jackman: Now, in terms of opening windows, you just left a crack so small. Like, Would you like to just smell what is going on in the room? I love what you did there.For many, many years, I often thought how cool would it be to have Wolverine in a scene with Iron Man, or Hulk, particularly Hulk, and all of that. I totally get that. It frustrated me that that was not And I, for many years, thought that that was an impossibility. But, mate, I think the ship has sailed.You know, when you get into a party, you leave the party, all is good. You re in the cab. You re just about to get home, and someone goes, You ve got to come back, dude. Such-and-such has turned up, and you go, You know what? I m going to bed. The Front Runner opens in limited release on November 7.
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3. 激战团竞模式
In 2017, It, the Certified Fresh adaptation of Stephen King’s 1986 bestselling 1,138 page epic, used every second of its 135-minute running time to make sure paper boats would never be played with again. The Andy Muschietti-directed horror film was a box office hit, pulling in 0 million worldwide, which made it the highest-grossing horror flick of all time and ensured a sequel would be green-lit. Now, in just a few days, the 169-minute It: Chapter Two – which adapts the sections of King’s book focused on the adult Losers Club – is looking to collect more critical accolades and gobble up money the way Pennywise gobbles up fear (and tiny children’s arms).Oh, and yes, you read that right: It: Chapter Two clocks in at 169 minutes, or 2 hours and 49 minutes. (That runtime may seem excessive, but, when compared to the 45 hours it takes to get through the It audiobook, we’re thinking it could have been a lot worse.)The movie opens just months after Quentin Tarantino’s epic Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2 hours and 40 minutes), and just a week after the release of the Midsommar director’s cut (2 hours and 51 minutes).In October, Netflix will release The Irishman – it will run for 3 hours and 30 minutes.All these minutes – and anticipated bathroom breaks – got us thinking: How does the length of a film affect its quality? Are longer movies, on average, better or worse than shorter movies? To find out, we analyzed the running times of the 1,431 movies that received wide theatrical releases since 2010. (We classified wide releases as 500-plus screens; we didn’t include documentaries.) To break down the data, we divided the films into four categories: Movies less than 100 minutes; movies between 100 and 120 minutes; movies between 120 and 140 minutes; and those epic 140 minute-plus movies whose company It: Chapter Two is about to join.Ultimately, we wanted to know if movies were better off going the longer It: Chapter Two or Once Upon a Time in Hollywood route, or if shorter movies like Crawl, The Farewell, or Eighth Grade averaged higher Tomatometer scores with critics. You can find super Fresh movies in all four categories: The 63-minute Winnie the Pooh (2011) and 182-minute Avengers: Endgame (2019), which are the longest and shortest movies in the data set, both have Tomatometer scores above 90%. But there were clear trends and the results, at least for those who bemoan bloated runtimes, might be surprising.So let s get into the data Less than 100 minutes: The Most Likely to Be Rotten

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On November 27th, 1985, audiences flocked to theaters to root for perennial underdog boxer Rocky Balboa yet again in Rocky IV, the third installment in the successful franchise to be both written and directed by its star, Sylvester Stallone. In the film, Rocky faces off against Russian boxer Ivan Drago (Dolph Lundgren), a square-jawed, granite-fisted giant who kills Rocky’s best friend (and former rival) Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers) during an ill-fated exhibition match. Stallone clearly drew inspiration for the film from another legendary fight of the 20th century: In 1938, American boxer Joe “The Brown Bomber” Louis faced German boxing champ Max Schmeling in a rematch heard around the world, as 70,000 screaming fans at New York’s Yankee Stadium watched Louis redeem an earlier loss to Schmeling and secure a victory not just for himself, but for American democracy. Swap out the Nazi-era Germans for Cold War Russians and add a tragic death for dramatic effect, and that basic outline should sound pretty familiar.Some might argue that Rocky IV s jingoistic leanings and adherence to music-driven montages make it one of the lesser entries in the franchise. But after three films that saw Rocky evolve from a likable, leg-breaking enforcer to a world heavyweight boxing champ, this sequel earns its right to strip back its plot and simply focus on Rocky duking it out with a Russian titan for 15 rounds. Though it failed to strike a chord with critics, Rocky IV was a blockbuster smash that pulled in 2 million at the domestic box office (adjusted for inflation), and it remains a culturally relevant fan favorite 35 years after its release. Here s why it still resonates with fans so much more than any of the other sequels.Apollo Creed s Brutal and Surprising Death Still HurtsThough the MGM accountants tallying the box office totals and home video sales most likely didn t mind, Stallone regrets killing off Apollo Creed to fuel Rocky IV s revenge narrative, and it s not hard to see why. Rocky and Apollo had endured so much punishment by 1985 that audiences had come to accept their skulls were essentially concussion-proof, so Apollo s death at the hands of Ivan Drago was shocking. Sure, even those who didn’t watch the incredibly spoilery movie trailer could have guessed that the overly confident Apollo was going to lose to Drago, thereby setting up a rematch. But it’s hard to believe that any popcorn-munching audience expected to see Rocky cradling a dead Apollo in his arms while a murderous Russian dispassionately quips, If he dies, he dies. Part of what makes the death so cruel is that it was only supposed to be an exhibition match, and Apollo treats it as such. He dances his way through an elaborately staged entrance, complete with James Brown himself singing Living in America. When the fight finally starts, he prances around the ring, cheerful as ever, taunting Drago and throwing ineffectual jabs. Faster than you can say “Yo, Adrian,” Drago retaliates, and the atmosphere changes immediately as he batters Apollo from one corner of the ring to the next. When Apollo realizes what s happening, his pride gets the better of him, and he insists Rocky not stop the fight no matter what what follows still makes us scream at the screen 35 years later.Stallone directed this scene expertly, as the flashy entrance and cocksure antics give way to the shocking visual of Rocky’s white pullover stained red with Apollo s blood. Some argue that using Apollo’s death as Rocky s motivation is lazy, but it’s hard to debate how effective the shock was and how simply it sets up the iconic fight.The Training Montages Are LegendaryWhat makes Rocky IV a unique entry into the franchise is the 29 minutes of montage action, featured in eight separate scenes dispersed throughout the film. Some of them simply catch the viewer up on previous Rocky films, while others showcase the original songs by James Brown, Survivor, and John Caffer that Stallone commissioned for the film. The musical montages in particular were wise business decisions, as the soundtrack sold over a million copies and hit number 10 on the Billboard Top 200 list.The most iconic, perhaps greatest-ever montage happens after Rocky travels to Russia and begins a rustic training regimen that includes carrying logs, chopping down trees, and helping locals when their sleigh overturns in waist-high snow. His back-to-basics training, fueled by Survivor’s “Hearts on Fire,” is in stark contrast to that of Drago, whose routine sees him attached to heart monitors, running in cavernous halls, and pummeling things so hard they make Dwayne Johnson s punches in Hobbs and Shaw seem like love taps. No, really: in Hobbs and Shaw, Johnson s Luke Hobbs “only” punches with a force of 1235 psi (lbs. of pressure per square inch), but in Rocky IV, Drago hits register at 2150 psi (real-world boxers only average 1200-1700 psi). In other words, don t sit in the front row of a Drago fight unless you want to feel the shockwave in your own ribs every time he lands a blow.Most importantly, though, the Rocky vs. Drago montage recalls the original 1976 film, which depicts Stallone punching slabs of meat, downing raw eggs, and jogging up the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Both are gritty, back-to-basics affairs that serve their purpose with maximum efficiency, and they re awesome to watch.Ivan Drago Is A Villain for the AgesThanks to a spiky flat top and a chiseled, glycerin-soaked 6 5 physique, Dolph Lundgren s Ivan Drago is one of cinema’s most recognizable characters, and for good reason. Lundgren s imposing physical presence would later lead to roles as a bionic supersoldier (Universal Soldier), a Marvel badass (The Punisher), He-Man (Masters of the Universe), and a guy who flips cars like they’re pancakes (Showdown in Little Tokyo). He also happens to be a Fulbright Scholar with a master’s degree in chemical engineering and a black belt in Kyokushin Karate.The one thing the Swedish-born actor realized he didn t possess was the same kind of electric charisma that prior Rocky antagonists played by Carl Weathers, Hulk Hogan, and Mr. T flaunted effortlessly. So Lundgren worked with Stallone to capitalize on his stoic nature and subtle tics, crafting a machine-like uber-villain who might just have a little more lurking below the surface. Some critics like Roger Ebert called him “more of a James Bond villain than a Rocky-style character,” which isn t exactly wrong Richard Kiel s Jaws comes to mind but by focusing on Lundgren’s physical prowess and limiting his dialogue to a few memorable quotes, Stallone managed to get himself a nice little stew going. Believe it or not, Lundgren only delivered nine lines in the entire film, but with winners like I must break you, You will lose, and If he dies, he dies now entrenched in the pop culture vernacular, you d have to admit he made them count.The Final Fight Manages to Feel FreshAfter two epic Apollo Creed fights and two short but thrilling brawls with Clubber Lang that saw Rocky going 2-for-4 and avenging losses to both fighters, audiences probably didn’t want to see the same formula repeated again. In the first two films, Apollo was either too cocky (and still won) or tired himself out chasing a knockout (and lost, though he could have won easily). After destroying  Rocky easily in the third film, Clubber lost the second fight because Rocky got into his head, which resulted in a knockout after Rocky hit him so hard it sounded like a jet took off in the arena.What makes the fight between Rocky and Drago unique is the way Rocky makes Drago realize he’s a mortal. Drago has never faced a real challenge; his training partners seem like KO fodder, and Apollo clearly didn’t take him seriously. Sure, Drago’s power is near superhuman, and even when he misses, the air is enough to push Rocky back. But once Rocky opens up a cut on his face, and the crowd starts turning against him, he s caught off guard, seemingly unprepared for any scenario in which he isn t a dominating force. Rocky shatters Drago s confidence and his nerves by standing toe-to-toe with him and forcing him to acknowledge and respect his iron will.The cherry on top is the catharsis of seeing Drago destroyed. In Rocky and Rocky II,  Apollo was supremely charismatic, and you weren’t exactly rooting against him. In Rocky III, Clubber Lang is also magnetic and larger than life, and aside from his trash talk, he was just an excellent boxer Rocky had to overcome. Drago, however, killed Apollo, showed no remorse, trained on steroids, and represented America s greatest threat during a tense period of the Cold War. When Rocky finally turns the tide of the fight and unleashes the decisive flurry on Drago, it s thrilling and satisfying in a way that none of the franchise s previous climactic bouts have been.Fun side note: In order to make the action more believable, Stallone and Lundgren actually punched each other during the fight, and at one point, Stallone insisted Lundgren cut loose as hard as you can. Stallone ended up in the ICU for four days.Its Influence Continues TodayWith an average of 89% on the Tomatometer and close to 0 million at the worldwide box office, Creed and Creed 2 reinvigorated the Rocky franchise, focusing on the rise of Adonis (Donnie) Creed (Michael B. Jordan) as a champion boxer under the tutelage of Rocky Balboa. The presence of Ivan Drago can be felt throughout the two films, as Adonis attempts to fight in the sport that killed his father and ultimately faces a Russian showdown of his own. In a clever callback to Rocky IV, Creed 2 specifically focuses on the battles between Donnie and Viktor Drago (Florian Munteanu), the son of Ivan. Their first fight sees Donnie overwhelmed (like his father in Rocky IV), and the second meeting plays out like the Rocky/Ivan fight, as Viktor becomes dismayed that he can’t knock out Donnie and loses when Ivan throws in the towel to save his son from further punishment. The two Creed films owe a lot to the legacy of Rocky IV, introducing a new generation of fans to Ivan Drago.Even outside of the franchise, the wonderful College Humor 30 for 30 parody has racked up millions of views, and the legend of Lundgren sending Stallone to the hospital after a Swedish super punch has mad the rounds. Recently, Stallone announced he was working on a Rocky IV director’s cut; the news started trending on social media and the controversy surrounding the decision to remove the weird robot subplot has gotten a lot of press. People love Rocky IV, and that’s why 35 years later, it still inspires passionate discussion and remains one of the most popular sports films ever made.Rocky IV was released in theaters on November 27, 1985.Thumbnail image by (c)United Artists courtesy Everett CollectionOn an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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When Dear White People season 3 hit Netflix this summer, the comedy continued its streak as one of the best-reviewed shows on television. Season 3 – for which creator Justin Simien brought his dynamic cast of students back to Winchester University for junior year – is currently rated Fresh at 89% on the Tomatometer.  Still packed with biting social commentary, the storylines this year broke new ground for the characters and the narrative format.Rotten Tomatoes spoke with star Logan Browning, who plays the bombastic and outspoken Samantha, who after two seasons hosting her campus radio show Dear White People, leaves her beloved show and host identity behind in the latest season. Below, the actress discusses what she s watching on TV right now, what she and Issa Rae get up to during their epic yacht parties, and season 3 of Dear White People.WHAT IS APPOINTMENT TV FOR YOU?(Photo by Jennifer Clasen/HBO)The most recent thing that I got to appointment watch was Big Little Lies, and I did that with my friend Camille because it came on every Sunday and I have HBO NOW. That s the most recent thing I was able to watch every time it came on.Rotten Tomatoes: How do you make time to watch it together?We are very considerate of each other s time. We would check in on every Saturday and be like, Hey are you busy on Sunday? Do you want to wait to watch it on Monday? And then we d always alternate whose house we re going to so no one s having to constantly host and no one s having to constantly make the trek to the other person s place. And then, of course, we d order food and we don t start it until we have our food, which gets to be a problem sometimes because it just gets later and later when you re waiting for your Postmates or Uber Eats delivery. And then, we try really, really hard not to pause it. We ll look at each other at certain moments throughout the whole thing like, Are we on the same page here? I ve tried multiple times to pause it and talk to Camille about it and she s like, No, we have to just keep going. Yes, we have to power through and we will discuss it after just like a movie. That s what it requires.WHAT’S ON YOUR DVR?Well, I m one of those people who does not have cable. I only have streaming. I have Hulu Live, but the way my life works, I never get to use it. I wouldn t know what to DVR if I had one.WHAT’S IN YOUR STREAMING QUEUE?(Photo by Netflix)I m in the middle of bingeing Queer Eye. I like to mix my fiction and my feel-good reality shows. I m also in the middle of Stranger Things. I will start Fleabag soon, though, because I have heard so many great things about it.WHAT’S COMING SOON THAT YOU CAN’T WAIT FOR?(Photo by HBO)Oh, that s easy. Insecure season 3. That is whenever they release it — in like 2040! [laughs] I feel it s never going to be here, but I can t wait.RT: Didn t you and Issa Rae just throw a yacht party together? Did you ask her about it? I didn t. But I should have brought that up. Where s my season three, sis? We mad, Issa. We mad! [laughs] No, I know, she s busy making movies. She can live.(Photo by Netflix)Jacqueline Coley for Rotten Tomatoes: Coming into season 3, it s the students junior year and they re more mature than last season. Everybody s growing up and growing out in different ways. Talk about the maturity of this season.I think that the characters have to grow. That s a lot of what college is about: finding yourself, your voice, and just figuring out how the world wants you to behave, versus how you react to the world, versus how you want to create your own narrative for the rest of your next couple of years. All of the characters have core issues that they ll always probably deal with. I know Justin has said this before, As a writer, you want to create problems for your characters and then never solve them, and I find that fascinating because in every season we just get closer to solving these problems. But ultimately, the things in our lives that we feel are our problems are really a part of something. That s our shadow self, right? It s a part of you that will always be with you. You just learn how to work around it, with it, and through it. That s kind of what all these characters are doing. They have things in their lives that they come up against and they ve just got to figure out how to work through it. The tagline of the season is: Grow by any means necessary.RT: Samantha s in a different place this time.  Talk to me about coming back to Sam without Dear White People as her thing.It s funny. Sam was always experiencing the retaliation of the radio show at her mic. That s gone this year and it s difficult for Sam. Because in the long run she hopes this will be a vacation, and that whenever she s got her life together she can come back to it. But in the end, she s like, I don t know if I m ready to really jump back into this. And when you get to that moment, you have to decide, is this thing that I ve created staying the same or is it going to change? That also happened with the show Dear White People too. Justin, Yvette [Lee Bowser, showrunner], all of the cast and crew have together created this series and now this season has been all about change. So now it s like, Well, what happens next? Do you just keep running with that? Do you create something new? In a lot of ways Sam s exploration this season parallels the show s.RT: Justin tackled two big issues within the black community this year: The Tyler Perry effect, in which a person may be thought to perpetuate stereotypes in the eyes of some, but in others estimation is an icon who fights for representation. The other issue being #MeToo through the eyes of black women. What was it like exploring those two storylines?I very much appreciated both of the storylines. I mean, with the Tyler Perry reference, as someone who worked for the man himself and grew up in Atlanta going to Tyler Perry plays and films, I m honestly grateful that Justin got to this point in his life where he can realize that there s room for all of us. I appreciate it because as a Black person in America, we are all so different and we all get to consume whatever content we want. A lot of the reason I was able to be in L.A. during the writers strike or when I wasn t working was because of the work I did with Tyler. And with the #MeToo storyline from every angle, everyone was super supportive. There are a lot of instances in and women s lives — and in men s lives — that they don t talk about because they re not sure if it was taboo or if they just unknowingly put themselves in an improper situation. What [Dear White People] shows is that opening up to people and having people not judge you when you are sharing those kinds of things with them allows for support, or it should. I feel that on so many levels.(Photo by Netflix)RT: Dear White People has been consistently rated Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes but some still take issue with the title. What would you say to those that still cannot seem to get past the name? Ultimately, what makes this show so great is that it exists. It s art that dares to exist. This kind of art couldn t and didn t always exist on any platform. To the people who can t get past something like the title? They truly don t bother me. Because if you can t get past it, then you re not ready for it. And that s OK because the show isn t about that. The show s not trying to force anyone to do anything. The show will always exist. Maybe in 30 years it won t exist on Netflix, but it will be in the canon of television and maybe one day people will be ready for it — even if they aren t now. But for the people who are ready for it and who ve been craving it, they deserve to have it. They also deserve to have it in peace, but you know America.Dear White People seasons 1-3 are now streaming on Netflix.

Tom Holland is riding high as Marvel Studios current live-action Spider-Man, but he is far from the first to slip on the Spidey suit. Some would say it was Tobey Maguire, with his three Spider-Man films directed by Sam Raimi, who kicked off the superhero movie era as we know it and respect must be paid; others would say Andrew Garfield was an underrated web-slinger who perhaps failed to soar less because of his performance than the movies that surrounded it. Others would counter with a GIF of Maguire dancing. We re here to settle the debate once and for all – at least Mark Ellis is. Our Vs. host is breaking down the Spider-Men by Tomatometer, box office, and the villains they faced to determine once and for all who wore it best – it being the blue-and-red suit, of course.Check out clips of some of Spider-Man s best moments.
It s been a while since Mark Ruffalo starred in a non-MCU movie – three years in fact. In his first post-MCU and post-Endgame role, the three-time Oscar nominee plays corporate attorney Robert Bilott in the true-to-life thriller, Dark Waters, which tells the story of the lawyer s investigation and ultimate exposure of a major West Virginia pollution scandal involving mega-corporation DuPont. Directed by Todd Haynes (Carol, Far From Heaven), the movie is Certified Fresh, and critics are praising Ruffalo for his turn as the dogged attorney. In the lead-up to the film s release, Ruffalo sat with us to go deep on how he came to embody real-life hero Bilott, from the time he spent with him on- and off-set to why he felt compelled to tell his story.
(Photo by Marvel Studios)The penultimate episode of Loki offered something we, frankly, did not expect — a successful version of the Alien Death Cloud. It also proved, again, that a gaggle of Lokis could also be called a murder of outcasts and that the bond between the title character and Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) might be the rarest thing in the Multiverse.It also featured a ton of Easter Eggs.But beyond that, the central mystery deepens as the stability of the TVA is threatened and our heroes — such as they are — step ever closer to the being behind the curtain. So, let s dive into some of the standout moments and what they could mean as we approach the end of Loki.Spoiler Alert: The following reveals details of the fifth episode of Loki season 1. Stop here if you have not watched “Journey Into Mystery.” Speculation includes information from Marvel comic books and may also be considered spoilers to some.Alioth: The Best Alien Death Cloud(Photo by Marvel Studios)There is a habit in comic book adaptations to take powerful entities with wild character designs and turn them into sentient clouds of smoke and death. The list includes characters like Parallax in the Green Lantern feature film, Galactus in Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, and Dormammu in Doctor Strange. With the exception of Dormammu — and only because his appearance was very brief — converting a character into an Alien Death Cloud generally fails to make the character compelling. When Galactus finally arrives in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he better look more like Jack Kirby s conception of him than an amorphous mass.And yet, Loki managed to make Alioth the most successful Alien Death Cloud brought to screen. It probably helps that the Alioth of Marvel Comics lore is actually an Alien Death Cloud to start with and not a humanoid with thrilling headgear.Created by Mark Gruenwald and Mike Gustovich in 1993, Alioth is said to be the first sentient entity to move beyond time. Naturally enough, it used that ability to conquer various eras and their adjacent multiversal counterparts. In fact, Alioth s expansion across time prevented Kang the Conqueror from stretching his sphere of influence to its fullest potential. A detente existed between them, but it was disrupted following one of Kang s deaths and the actions of a variant Ravonna Renslayer (played in Loki by Gugu Mbatha-Raw). It would take that Ravonna, another Ravonna, a revived Kang, and the Avengers to stop the cloud from spreading across all of time and potentiality.Marvel comics can be wild sometimes.But the character s history only helps to inform its use here. As Sylvie notes, Alioth is not a conqueror, but a guard dog for an entity using the End of All Things to hide their existence. She assumes this is the entity behind the TVA. And perhaps casting Alioth in a support position (and a temporary threat) made it more successful than, say, making an Alien Death Cloud version of Galactus your big bad.That said, Alioth s habit of absorbing all potential energy from pruned timelines sure reminds us of Galactus Easter Eggs in Kid Loki s Kingdom(Photo by Marvel Studios)Despite Alioth s best efforts to keep the Void free of life, things escape its hunger. For one, the Void is apparently the rightful domain of Kid Loki (Tom Veal). His prize for killing Thor, apparently. We ll admit the suggestion of Kid Loki s story sure reminds us of the older Loki in Loki: Agent of Asgard, who presides over a destroyed Midgard while his brother ruled Asgard during an age of piece. Naturally enough, Loki envied the adoration Thor received, but chose to change history instead of just killing the God of Thunder. Curiously, though, murdering Thor and ruling the Void at the end of time is completely counter to the goals of Kid Loki back in the comics. He desperately wanted to change while this one seems happy to rule an empire of ash.His domain is littered with destroyed monuments, famous hoaxes like The Philadelphia Experiment, seeming references to other sci-fi properties — we d swear the derelict ship from Alien is among the wreckage — and direct pulls from Marvel Comics like Frog Thor and the Thanos Copter.The latter first appeared in 1979 s Spidey Super Stories #39, an issue of the out of continuity joint venture between Marvel and the educational television series The Electric Company. In it s pages, Thanos used a yellow helicopter adorned with his name on the tail in a bid to obtain a Cosmic Cube from Hellcat. The image of the Mad Titan using such a mundane conveyance charmed generations of comic book readers — particularly as a couple of pages from the story became meme-worthy in the 21st century. The Thanos Copter has appeared in one in-continuity Marvel Comics story (an issue of Deadpool, of course) and now that we ve seen it on Loki, we re obliged to believe Spidey Super Stories #39 occurred in some pruned timeline.Frog Thor first appeared in 1986, but his image denotes a couple of characters. Loki turned the actual Thor into a frog at one point. And this Thor befriended Simon Walterson (a play on long-time Thor comics writer and artist Walt Simonson), a man cursed to become a frog. Along the way, he came into possession of a small piece of Mjolnir, called Frogjolnir, which gave him the powers of Thor as long as he deemed himself worthy. We re inclined to believe the Frog Thor seen caught in a jar in the episode and Alligator Loki are from the same timeline. But that s mainly because it is amusing to think putting him in such a tight spot is Alligator Loki s final victory over his brother.One last Easter Egg we ll discuss is President Loki. The visual is pulled from Vote Loki, a 2016 miniseries in which Loki (the God of Stories) runs for President of the United States as part of his long-term plans. But considering the his real aim in running which we won t spoil because the series is worth reading the visual of President Loki is the only substantial callback to the story. Instead, President Loki seems to serve a distinctly different purpose here: to prove Lokis are generally not to be trusted.Indeed, his arrival in Kid Loki s bunker precipitates a series of betrayals among the Lokis and an all out battle our Loki (Tom Hiddleston) only escapes when Classic Loki (Richard E. Grant) conjures an escape portal and copies of their likenesses to fight the others. But as Kid Loki points out, there is something different about our Loki. And that difference, particularly in light of the Loki war, may make all the difference in the Multiverse.Is Cooperation the Real Nexus Event?(Photo by Marvel Studios)Sure, Loki keeps leaning toward a romance between our Loki and Sylvie as a Nexus Event so powerful, it nearly ruptured the Sacred Timeline. But as we d still love to see Loki as an aromantic character going forward, we re going to suggest something else occurred during their moment on Lamentis: they shared something genuine and proved Lokis can change.Although the mystery of TVA is the show s plot, it creates a canvass to explore a theme of free will. As Classic Loki points out, the Sacred Timeline only wants Loki to serve one purpose. Throughout the series, we ve seen Mobius (Owen Wilson), Hunter B-15 (Wunmi Mosaku), and Ravonna Renslayer discount both Loki and Sylvie s abilities to be anything but a villain. And yet, altering this fate seems to be a core desire of all the sympathetic Lokis we ve seen. Classic Loki even turned out to be the most successful at this by conjuring an illusion of himself so convincing, both Thanos and the TVA assumed him dead until he tried to visit Thor (Chris Hemsworth) in some distant future.Which makes you wonder about the Loki who died in Avengers: Infinity War (Photo by Marvel Studios )Despite this professed want to change, Kid Loki, Classic Loki, and Boastful Loki (Deobia Oparei) were also content to wait in the bunker and muse on the difficulty of being different. Well, Boastful Loki s contentment lasted as long as it took for President Loki to storm the gates. Nevertheless, the arrival of our Loki and Sylvie upended everything and even gave Classic Loki the moment of change he longed for. Together, they inspired something altogether new: cooperation among Lokis.And it took that level of cooperation to stop Alioth, open the curtain to a haunted mansion and, presumably, the real power behind the TVA. So whether or not it begins with a romantic entanglement, the level of trust between Loki and Sylvie is unprecedented and, we think, powerful enough on its own to be the Nexus Event.At the same time, if you want it to be romantic, their quiet moment this week is easily read that way.Will The Real Power Behind The TVA Please Step Forward?(Photo by Marvel Studios)So who is so powerful that it takes two Lokis (potentially) falling in love with each other to counter its might? Over the weeks, the suspect list has varied from obscure Marvel Comics cosmic entities to characters we know are soon to debut in the MCU. So let s take one last look the potential beings behind the curtain and the likelihood they will be unmasked as the real conspirator.He Who Remains — Creator of the Time-Keepers in Marvel Comics lore and the last director of the TVA in a previous reality. We mentioned him last week, but we neglected one key detail: in the comics, the TVA is predominantly staffed by clones of Mobius M. Mobius. It suggests to us He Who Remains is a version of Mobius or all the TVA clones are sourced from He Who Remains. Unmasking the Mobius who Loki has befriended over the course of the series as He Who Remains (and the power behind the TVA) would lean into the series s examination of trust. And it s pretty much the only scenario in which we would expect He Who Remains to become part of the story.Ravonna Renslayer — Despite it being clear that Judge Renslayer is in the dark about the TVA s true nature and purpose, it is possible another variant of her, or even the real Ravonna Renslayer, set the TVA in motion. In fact, Alioth s appearance makes a version of Ravonna a more likely candidate as a variant Ravonna released him in his debut story. But what would be her motivation? This one feels like even odds.They Who Sit Above in Shadow — The alleged creators of the Asgardians and eaters of Ragnarok events. Since the series is centered on Loki and his ambition to change, They Who Sit Above in Shadow would have a keen interest in keeping Loki set on his glorious purpose. His actions precipitate Ragnarok after all. They are extremely unlikely to be revealed, however, as there has been n
With Sunday’s Critic’s Choice Award ceremony done, all of the prominent critics groups have had their say on the best films of 2018. Each year, countless critics associations host year-end awards to recognize exceptional filmmaking, but the National Society of Film Critics, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, New York Film Critics Circle, and Broadcast Film Critics Association are carefully considered when making Oscars predictions. Each group will say they are independent to the academy in voting, tastes, and identity, but they help shape the race for the big one. And so we have our eyes on them.Our Awards Leaderboard tracks major critics groups and guilds honors, and looking at the current leaders, we think Roma, If Beale Street Could Talk, and The Favourite should feel fairly confident of some Oscar love when the nominations are announced on Tuesday. (Regina King, Olivia Colman, and Richard E. Grant in particular would not be risking much to set an early alarm.) This year, though, there have been coordinated efforts to bring lesser-known films and performances into the conversation, so we re also expecting a number of surprises among the noms. Where might those surprises come from? Below, we re looking at Oscar long shots who might just have enough buzz – and which have a couple of awards already in the bag – to break through with some Oscar voters.Toni Collette, Hereditary (2018) 89%  Best ActressAlready recognized by: Gotham Awards, Film IndependentDo we need to say more about what Toni Collette did in Hereditary? It seems some may have forgotten the greatest full body performance of 2018. In the movie – which caught fire at Sundance and made an impact at the box office – Collette gifted all of us with a face-screwed-screech-filled-terrified performance that takes at least three viewings to fully deconstruct. The Aussie actress started strong this awards season with a Gotham win followed by a Film Independent nomination, but then things went quiet. Collette would be vying for the open fifth Best Actress nomination – assuming favorites Colman, Lady Gaga, Glenn Close, and Melissa McCarthy all come through as expected. She will need those horror lovers in the Academy to champion her incredible work.Yalitza Aparicio, Roma (2018) 96%  Best ActressAlready Recognized by: BFCA, Gotham Awards(Photo by © Netflix)It s worth noting the star of the most awarded film of the season has gone largely unrecognized. An unknown actress, in a black-and-white foreign language film, distributed on a platform many Academy voters herald as the end of cinema, is a hard sell. Director Alfonso Cuarón has repeatedly said Roma does not exist without the women who inspired and made it, but the accolades have not exactly come streaming in. In Cuarón’s semi-autobiographical love letter to Mexico and the woman who raised him, Aparicio gave depth and aching authenticity to a character rarely featured on screen. Cuarón painted a masterpiece, but Aparicio is the canvas, paint, and brush.Steven Yeun, Burning (2018) 95%  Best ActorAlready Recognized by: LAFCA, NSFC(Photo by @ Go Well USA)Yeun’s performance as a South Korean playboy in Burning is ethereal, charismatic, and unnerving. Another foreign language entry, Lee Chang-dong’s noir-thriller slowly unravels and builds to a climactic twist you don’t see coming – and so much of it rests on the former Walking Dead star s performance; our thoughts on Yuen’s character, Ben, mirror how we interpret the events of the film. Is he just a spoiled playboy formulating sinister plots for entertainment? Or is he a calculating psychopath? Or maybe just a guy who likes to burn greenhouses? It all rests on what we see in Yuen, in his gaze or sly smile. It’s a tightrope to pull off a likable Oscar-worthy villain, and Yeun makes it look effortless. The formula worked for Javier Bardem in No Country for Old Men, so fingers crossed.Debra Granik, Leave No Trace (2018) 100%  Best DirectorAlready Recognized by: Film Independent, National Board of Review, LAFCA(Photo by JA/Everett Collection)In a year littered with exceptional work by female directors, it’s hard to justify their lack of inclusion come award time. The Rider, You Were Never Really Here, A Private Life, Can You Ever Forgive Me?, and Destroyer all are worthy of recognition. But Debra Granik’s Leave No Trace distinguishes itself from even those stellar entries – and not just because it still sits at 100% on our Tomatometer after 200 reviews. Director Jane Campion may have said it best in her impassioned plea for Leave No Trace: “A film filled with compassion… it has had a powerful impact on audiences. Not because it is loud, but because the truth that Granik speaks quietly can be heard even in a noisy world.”Elsie Fisher, Eighth Grade (2018) 99%  Best ActressAlready Recognized by: Film Independent, Gotham Awards, DGA, BFCA, NYFCC(Photo by © A24)Cringeworthy Cinema: that’s how Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade and its star Elsie Fisher charmed their way into our hearts. Reliving the painfully awkward moments of adolescence with such unflinching honesty, Fisher gave the best performance of the year that we had to watch through fingers and stooping down in our seats. (OK, maybe tied with Collette – but for very different reasons.) Burnham’s script is the quintessential coming-of-age story for the YouTube generation and, as with Roma, his film lives or dies by its central performance. As Kayla, Fisher is relatable and endearing for tweens and their parents, finding a perfect blend of earnestness and mortification.Ethan Hawke, First Reformed (2017) 93%  Best ActorAlready Recognized by: Film Independent, Gotham Awards, NYFCC, BFCA, LAFCA, NSFC(Photo by © A24)Ethan Hawke often remarks that he doesn t want to be known just for the Dead Poets Society. But after the over 30 years, 80 credits, four Oscar nominations, and countless more beloved performances, Hawke still hears Oh Captain, My Captain on the regular. His turn as the conflicted and apathetic Reverend Toller is miles away from any previous role he has done. Many are taking notice: With a near clean sweep of the critics associations, Hawke s performance in First Reformed is second only to Regina King s in Beale Street in regards to acclaim this season. Why isn t he a lock for an Oscar nom? Hawke s lack of movement outside of the critics groups awards does not bode well. We ll be watching this one keenly.Oscar nominations are announced on Tuesday, January 22, 2019
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