亚博网的网址是多少采用百度引擎8（Baidu 7）As if the current state of things wasn t terrifying enough, Shudder films and director Rob Savage recently released a new quarantine horror tale that is as innovative as it is terrifying. Filmed remotely via zoom, the film follows a group of spirit chasers who perform a seance that inadvertently unleashes an unspeakable evil upon them. Using straight-to-camera shots of the actors as they are terrorized by demonic forces, Savage stitches classic horror elements and internet creepy-pasta with practical effects to create a new flavor of suspense. One of the most uniquely ambitious horror movies to come along this year, and it serves as an excellent reminder of the power of great genre storytelling, according to Heather Wixson of Daily Dead. Rotten Tomatoes recently sat down with Savage and asked him about his quarantine inspiration and how he worked with the actors to heighten the scares.Jacqueline Coley for Rotten Tomatoes: Did the pandemic wholly inspire the piece or did you adjust a previous idea?Rob Savage: Making a truly scary haunted house movie has always been on my bucket list, but beyond that, I had no basis for Host. At the start of lockdown, everyone was sarcastically talking about the possibility of a movie shot entirely on Zoom we were all expecting it, and nobody was looking forward to it. All of my closest friends work in the film industry, and we were already hanging out over Zoom almost every day. We just felt like, Why not us? When I had the idea of making a Zoom-based feature, the first person I called was Jed Shepherd, who I’ve worked with on a number of shorts. We threw some ideas around, but didn’t land on anything concrete. When I woke up the next morning, I had a text from Jed. Two words: Zoom Seance. It really was as simple as that.What was it like setting up the effects with the actors?The very first stunt we filmed, which involves someone crashing down from the ceiling and splatting on the floor, was particularly tough. Not for me I was sitting at home in my dressing gown but for our stunt co-ordinator Nathaniel, who was performing the gag. He was suspended by a rope, having to hold a plank position for up to three minutes while a scene played out beneath him. Then, he would be released and would free-fall until, at the last moment, a mechanism would kick in to soften his landing. The very last take, the one that we used in the film, we dropped poor Nathaniel but the mechanism didn’t kick in. He slammed to the floor like a sack of potatoes, thankfully didn’t die, and absolutely made the shot.What is the biggest challenge or unforeseen benefit of directing via Zoom?Initially, I was very nervous about the process of filming remotely, but ultimately it felt very similar to working on a normal set. As a director, you have to learn to be concise and clear with your direction, and while the energy was different because we were in separate locations, it was a really exciting and creative process. The main perk was when I had the realization that, by filming remotely, anyone with an internet connection could be part of our movie. With everyone on furlough, we were able to rope in some amazing collaborators to help elevate this film beyond what could have been achieved under normal conditions.As a Shudder obsessive, talk about getting them involved?When we started pitching the film to companies, we received a huge amount of interest this was peak lockdown, and it really felt like we might be locked down for the rest of the year. We had offers from several places, but Shudder immediately felt like the right fit. Not only did I love the work they’d been doing prior to Host, but they allowed us to stream direct to our intended audience: horror fans. We’re huge horror fans, and the question we would ask ourselves throughout the process was always What’s the film I would want to watch during all this madness? What is on your Indie Fresh List, or what are you watching in general?The last film I watched was The Painted Bird, which astonished and traumatized me. I also caught up with Mark Jenkin’s Bait, which was totally singular.Besides your film, what is the perfect quarantine horror viewing?My ultimate comfort film is Evil Dead 2. If I were forced to stay inside forever and only watch one movie on repeat, it would be that!Host is available to stream now on Shudder.
奇迹大天使飞升版是一款MMORPG手游巨作具有强烈的西方魔幻风格，海量副本超高几率刷出各种炫酷武器，三大经典职业，另外开设自动挂机解放你的双手，让你轻轻松松刷副本，成为这片大陆的勇者!各种神器装备唾手可得!各种经典场景和玩法强势回归，让你感受到热血澎湃的RPG手游。 Sick of the rumors and the tabloids, musician Demi Lovato told journalists during a panel for her upcoming YouTube docu-series, Dancing with the Devil that she wants to set the record straight about what led to her 2018 overdose — and the ramifications from it.In the docuseries, she discusses that she had three strokes and a heart attack after the 2018 incident. Unfortunately, I was left with brain damage and I still deal with the effects of that today. I don t drive a car because I have blind spots in my vision, she said during the panel. I also, for a long time, had a really hard time reading it was a big deal when I was able to read out of a book, which was two months later because my vision was so blurry. I dealt with a lot of the repercussions and I feel like they, kind of, are still there to remind me of what could happen if I ever get into a dark place again. And I m grateful for those reminders. I m so grateful that I was someone that didn’t have to do a lot of rehabbing. The rehabbing came on the emotional side and the therapeutic side internally. Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil premieres March 23 on YouTube.Girls5Eva Isn t a Regular Show — It s a Cool ShowGirls5Eva is a musical comedy about four women who were members of a 1990s girl group. Created by Meredith Scardino, it will have plenty of catchy musical numbers. But like fellow executive producers Tina Fey, Robert Carlock and Jeff Richmond s Netflix series, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, all the fun and glitter will mask something much more serious.“I wanted to write a show about women in my age group and be able to talk about all the things that you go through as being a woman in your forties,” Scardino said during the Peacock show s TCA press panel, which included stars Sara Bareilles, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Paula Pell, and Busy Philipps who play the now (more) adult members of an girl group that was hot in the 1990s.There is also the subject of owning your narrative. As young popstars, Girls5Eva had no control over what they sang, wore or did, said Philipps, a professed fan of real-life girl group legends, Spice Girls. Now they re in a different place. How do you take ownership of your own story and rewrite it? Girls5Eva will premiere soon on Peacock.Plus: Peacock s Punky Power!, Ex-Rated Digs Into Past Relationships, a John Wayne Gacy Docu-Series, and MorePeacock s revival of Punky Brewster — or as star Soleil Moon Frye called it during the show s TCA panel, a continuation — premieres February 25 on Peacock. Like the original from the 1980s, it is a multi-camera comedy about the importance of family (however that word may be defined). But, also like the original, it gets into some heavy topics. The new version introduces Izzy (Quinn Copeland), a foster child who — like Punky — was abandoned by her mother. The original Punky Brewster dealt with so many real issues and for us creatively, to keep that authenticity was absolutely pivotal and important to all of us involved, Frye said. And so the original Punky had humor and laughter. And you also were dealing with pain. And life is messy and we go through rollercoasters of emotions. And so, to continue that honesty was incredibly important to everyone.
Ahead of his sophomore directorial effort, The Kid, Vincent D Onofrio (who also co-stars in the movie) sat down with Rotten Tomatoes to talk in detail about the new film. Whether it was the historical context of Pat Garrett s legacy as a lawman or the small, intricate details he picked up from real-life photos of Billy the Kid, D Onofrio was willing to go the extra mile for the sake of accuracy. And that all-star cast? D Onofrio talks about harnessing the poetry of Ethan Hawke and helping Chris Pratt unleash the darkness hidden within him to get performances we haven t seen from them before. Check out our in-depth interview for more.The Kid opens in theaters March 8.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.亚博网的网址是多少25年前西山居以主机、单机游戏起家，但反响平平，直到挖掘出了《剑侠情缘》这个IP才让西山居步入巅峰。可时代的发展步伐太快，主单机游戏和端游的份额不断下跌，手游强势崛起，在面临新秀企业迅猛夹击之下，西山居也开始自救，并成立了多个手游研发项目，可惜效果并不理想。
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(Photo by Warner Bros./courtesy Everett Collection.)All Joel Schumacher Movies, Ranked by TomatometerYour typical journeyman director deep in the studio system will make movies across plenty of genres, on-time and under-budget, foster some lasting professional relationships, and never make a name for themselves beyond to the most ardent, specific film buffs. Yes, Joel Schumacher worked across multiple genres without a thematic throughline, with studios and actors quick to praise his behind-the-scenes professionalism, but the director also brought enough verve and dynamic color to his films that Schumacher s name, at his creative peak, did become a kind of brand. A calling card of big Hollywood entertainment with style to separate from the rest. This began in earnest in 1987 with the Brat Pack-adjacent The Lost Boys, the stylish horror/comedy that pulled vampires out of cliff-nested castles and into teen parties and suburbia, a popular concept still seen in the likes of True Blood and Twilight. Having made Kiefer Sutherland a star, Schumacher worked with him again on his next film, Flatliners.Schumacher entered his most commercially viable period in the 90s, starting with 1993 s Falling Down, starring Michael Douglas on a particularly bad Los Angeles day, in a film that has been latched onto as a manifesto of urban rage still discussed and referenced now. Schumacher took the reins for 1995 s Batman Forever after Tim Burton and Michael Keaton left the blockbuster franchise. Some inspired casting (Val Kilmer as Bruce Wayne, Jim Carrey as The Riddler, and Tommy Lee Jones as Two-Face), plenty of wild art direction, a brash soundtrack, and just a touch of camp turned the movie into pop-culture phenomenon. A year later, Schumacher released A Time To Kill at a time when anything Grisham, Crichton, and Clancy was being adapted and making a mint at the box office. (Schumacher had previously turned Grisham s The Client into a movie.)Then came the disastrous Batman Robin, which killed the franchise for nearly a decade. Schumacher took full ownership for the movie s failure, claiming that he had steered too far towards what marketing and merchandising wanted out of a Batman joint. A public bomb of this proportion could ve been a career-ender, but his workmanship and a steady line of stars willing to collaborate time and again meant the next Schumacher film was never far off. He worked twice with Colin Farrell, first in 2000 s Tigerland, which introduced the actor to American audiences, and then in 2003 s Phone Booth, which made Farrell a star. Sutherland, back in the saddle, played the villain. Schumacher can be credited with helping launch Gerard Butler s career in full, when he cast him as lead in 2005 s The Phantom of the Opera. In 2007, Schumacher worked again with Carrey for psychological thriller The Number 23. His final film was 2011 s Trespass, reuniting him with 8MM s Nicolas Cage and Batman Forever s Nicole Kidman.We celebrate his life and career with our guide to every Joel Schumacher film, by Tomatometer.
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1.38.4 5月喜迎(Photo by © Netflix / Courtesy Everett Collection)After such a brutal year, you might think the Razzie Awards – the annual awards that celebrate(?) the worst of the worst in the past year of cinema – might take the day off. You d be wrong.(There will be an award acknowledging just what a struggle 2020 was for the industry, with a Special Governor s Award for 2020 marking it as “The Worst Calendar Year EVER!”.)Aside from the year itself, the other big winners/losers on nominations day were 365 Days – remember the Polish Fifty Shades of Grey-alike that got people all hot and bothered in the early days of the pandemic? – and the mega-budget Dolittle, starring Robert Downey Jr. as the titular doc with the gift of the gab when it comes to animals. Both films topped the noms tally with six nominations a piece.Controversial titles like Sia s Music and Ron Howard s Hillbilly Elegy – which became something of a critical punching bag despite much love from moviegoers, if you look at our Audience Score – also racked up plenty of noms.And a little editorial note from RT: We protest any and all nominations for Hubie Halloween, the just-Rotten Adam Sandler Halloween comedy which is an absolute romp; we have similar feelings about Kristen Wiig s nomination for Wonder Woman 1984 – her Barbara Minerva was one of the best things about the movie, according to many critics.OK, with that off our chest, here is the full list of nominations for the 41st Golden Raspberry Awards. Winners will be announced Saturday, April 24, 2021. WORST PICTURE365 DaysAbsolute ProofDolittleFantasy IslandMusicWORST ACTORRobert Downey, Jr. DolittleMike Lindell (The “My Pillow” Guy) Absolute ProofMichele Morrone 365 DaysAdam Sandler Hubie HalloweenDavid Spade The Wrong MissyWORST ACTRESSAnne Hathaway The Last Thing He Wanted AND Roald Dahl s The WitchesKatie Holmes Brahms: The Boy II AND The Secret: Dare to DreamKate Hudson – MusicLauren Lapkus The Wrong MissyAnna-Maria Sieklucka 365 DaysWORST SUPPORTING ACTRESSGlenn Close Hillbilly ElegyLucy Hale Fantasy IslandMaggie Q Fantasy IslandKristen Wiig Wonder Woman 1984Maddie Ziegler MusicWORST SUPPORTING ACTORChevy Chase The Very Excellent Mr. DundeeRudy Giuliani (As Himself ) Borat Subsequent MoviefilmShia LaBeouf The Tax CollectorArnold Schwarzenegger Iron MaskBruce Willis Breach, Hard Kill AND Survive the NightWORST SCREEN COMBOMaria Bakalova Rudy Giuliani (Yes, That Really IS Rudy Giuliani!) Borat Subsequent MoviefilmRobert Downey Jr. His Utterly Unconvincing Welsh Accent DolittleHarrison Ford That Totally Fake-Looking CGI “Dog” Call of the WildLauren Lapkus David Spade The Wrong MissyAdam Sandler His Grating Simpleton Voice Hubie HalloweenWORST DIRECTORCharles Band All three Barbie Kendra moviesBarbara Bialowas Tomasz Mandes 365 DaysStephen Gaghan – DolittleRon Howard Hillbilly ElegySia – MusicWORST SCREENPLAY365 DaysAll 3 Barbie Kendra MoviesDolittleFantasy IslandHillbilly ElegyWORST REMAKE, RIP-OFF or SEQUEL365 Days (Polish Remake/Rip-Off of Fifty Shades of Grey)Dolittle (Remake)Fantasy Island (Remake/”Re-Imagining”)Hubie Halloween (Remake/Rip-Off of Ernest Scared Stupid)Wonder Woman 1984 (Sequel)On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
Mark Ellis and the fam – this week it s film correspondent and expert Nikki Novak, critic Carlos Aguilar, and Pay or Wait writer Sharronda Williams – rev up their engines and drive straight into the biggest questions fans have about Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs Shaw. Can Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham s chemistry sustain a two-hour-and-sixteen-minute movie? How are new additions to the Fast universe Vanessa Kirby and Idris Elba? How s the action compare to other movies in the franchise? And WHAT ABOUT THOSE CAMEOS? As always, it s a spoiler-heavy discussion, so if you haven t seen Hobbs Shaw, better to do a sudden, screechy, slow-motion U-turn and get the hell outta here.Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs Shaw is in theaters now.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
Today s Ketchup brings you another 10 headlines from the world of film development news, covering movies with new roles for Kevin Hart, Angelina Jolie, and Lupita Nyong o.This WEEK S TOP STORYSONIC THE HEDGEHOG TRAILER BACKLASH SPARKS REDESIGN(Photo by Paramount Pictures)Let s start this story off by saying Paramount Pictures should ve seen this one coming. Back in December, the first silhouetted look at their movie version of Sonic the Hedgehog led to a flurry of mostly-not-very-positive social media reactions, mostly about Sonic s legs. Keep in mind that Sonic the Hedgehog is a character that s been depicted in dozens of video games, so there s an established Sonic look. This week, the Sonic the Hedgehog trailer debuted, and the collective fan backlash against Sonic s design was even louder this time. (The eyes are too small, the nose is at the wrong angle, and the teeth. Where to even begin on the teeth?) The Sonic the Hedgehog missteps are only accentuated by the timing of the trailer in the same week as the first Pokemon Detective Pikachu reviews, as that film has not one but dozens of video game characters that look pretty much exactly like they do in the games. The good news, however, is that Sonic the Hedgehog director Jeff Fowler relatively quickly responded on Twitter, The message is loud and clear you aren t happy with the design you want changes. It s going to happen. Everyone at Paramount Sega are fully committed to making this character the BEST he can be. Sonic the Hedgehog is scheduled for release on November 8, 2019 (up against Last Christmas, the WWII drama Midway, and The Shining sequel Doctor Sleep).Fresh Developments1. ANGELINA JOLIE TAKES ON THOSE WHO WISH ME DEAD (Photo by Walt Disney Studios)If you ve heard about one new movie project for Angelina Jolie lately, it was probably Marvel Studios The Eternals, but that movie doesn t start filming until this September. That leaves a few months for Jolie to work on another project, and it s going to be Those Who Wish Me Dead, the next film from director Taylor Sheridan (Wind River, writer of Sicario and Hell or High Water). Adapted from the novel by Michael Koryta, Those Who Wish Me Dead has a story that s not easily described in just a few words, but we ll just tease that it involves Angelina Jolie working on a forest fire lookout tower and a 14-year-old witness to a brutal murder who s in the woods as part of a witness protection program. Jolie s costars will include Tyler Perry, Jon Bernthal (The Walking Dead, Netflix s The Punisher) and Nicholas Hoult (About a Boy, Warm Bodies).2. OSCAR-WINNER OLIVIA COLMAN S THE FAVOURITE FOLLOW-UP (Photo by Atsushi Nishijima/Fox Searchlight Pictures)Every year, it s interesting to see what new projects the Academy Award winners will be doing next. Olivia Colman s speech as the Best Actress winner for The Favourite was one of this year s highlights, and now we know what s on the horizon for her. Colman and Anthony Hopkins (who won his own Best Actor Academy Award for Silence of the Lambs) are teaming up for a British drama called The Father, based on a play. Hopkins will play a mischievous and highly independent man who, as he ages, refuses all assistance from his daughter (Colman). Olivia Colman will also soon be seen in Netflix s The Crown as the next actress to play the series Queen Elizabeth II after Claire Foy.3. GREEN BOOK DIRECTOR GOING ON THE GREATEST BEER RUN EVER (Photo by Frederic J. Brown/Getty Images)Speaking of follow-ups to this year s Academy Award winners, let s move on to Green Book, which won three of the year s major Oscars: Best Original Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor, and the big prize, Best Picture. Director Peter Farrelly s Tomatometer has more Rotten splotches than Fresh ones, but now he s got a Best Picture to his credit. This week, Farrelly signed on to write and direct an adaptation of the non-fiction book The Greatest Beer Run Ever: A True Story of Friendship Stronger Than War. Like Green Book, this film will be set in the 1960s, as John Chickie Donohue sets off to Vietnam to reunite over some beers with friends who are otherwise pre-occupied with fighting the Vietnam War (yes, really). In related news, one of the Green Book producers confirmed this week that the film s target audience was older white people. 4. LUPITA NYONG O S WACKY OUTER SPACE BEAUTY PAGEANT COMEDY (Photo by Presley Ann/Getty Images)Lupita Nyong o most recently starred in Jordan Peele s Us ( Certified Fresh at 94%), which is still in release and continuing its way up the global box office top 10 for 2019 (it s currently at #8). Nyong o recently wrapped filming of a zombie comedy called Little Monsters (costarring Josh Gad), which will premiere on Hulu, and this week, she signed on for another film from the same writer/director. The science fiction comedy is currently untitled, but it was previously called Miss Universe, and has a log line that compares it to Men in Black meets Miss Congeniality. So, from those two hints, we can probably guess that it somehow involves a beauty pageant of various aliens, including at least one human (unless Lupita s playing one of the aliens). Or maybe we re reading those hints all wrong, and it s about a secret police force that protects us from beauty pageants.5. THE SUICIDE SQUAD CASTING UPDATE: RATCATCHER AND POLKA-DOT MAN (Photo by Ben Rothstein/Marvel Studios)When Disney fired director James Gunn from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 last year (before changing their mind and hiring him back), they left his options open just long enough for Warner Bros. to swoop in and hire him for the soft reboot of The Suicide Squad (8/6/2021). Just based on what we know so far, it s easy to spot the differences between the Rotten 2016 version and what Gunn s planning. We don t know yet who s going to play King Shark (unless he s just a big CGI monster), but this week, two of the other new villains-turned-heroes were cast, and neither are big stars. David Dastmalchian is not yet a household name, but you might recognize him from roles in The Dark Knight, Prisoners, and the Ant-Man movies, and now he s joining The Suicide Squad as the Polka-Dot Man, a supervillain with a costume with super-powered polka dots (yes, really). For Ratcatcher (another fairly obscure villain), Gunn is going with a relative newcomer, Portugal s Daniela Melchior. As for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, Gunn is expected to direct it after The Suicide Squad (8/6/2021), which suggests the earliest we might see it would be sometime in 2022.Rotten Ideas4. KEVIN HART TAKING ON THE EXTREME JOB OF REMAKING A KOREAN COMEDY (Photo by Warner Bros.)Earlier in his film career, Kevin Hart s Tomatometer was mostly dominated by Rotten splats, and to his credit, he s been starting to turn things around lately with films like Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (Certified Fresh at 76%) and Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (Certified Fresh at 88%). We re not going to give Kevin Hart the benefit of the doubt just yet (*cough* The Upside *cough*), but we re willing to call this week s news only borderline Rotten. Hart is producing and will probably star in an English-language remake of the hit South Korean comedy Extreme Job. If he does sign on to star, Hart would be playing a narcotics detective who goes undercover at a fried chicken restaurant to stake out a suspected crime gang, but the stakeout takes a turn when the operation results in unexpected business success. The original version has become South Korea s top-grossing film of all time since its release just a few months ago.3. THIRD FANTASTIC BEASTS DELAYED UNTIL 2021(Photo by Warner Bros.)Warner Bros. might be forgiven for thinking that they had a sure thing with their Fantastic Beasts franchise. Before last year s Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindlewald, the Harry Potter franchise s films had always been Certified Fresh and blockbuster box office hits, collectively earning upwards of billion worldwide. That s not to say The Crimes of Grindlewald was exactly a bomb, considering it earned 3 million worldwide, but those results were probably disappointing. Warner Bros. had been planning on releasing each new film every two years in odd years (2016, 2018, 2020, etc), but this week, the studio pushed Fantastic Beasts 3 back a year to November 12, 2021 instead. Warner Bros. executive Toby Emmerich explained the move by saying that they want to give the filmmakers time and space to allow their artistry to truly flourish and deliver the best possible film to our fans. It s not yet known if Johnny Depp will be returning for the third film.2. THIS WEEK IN VIDEO GAME MOVIES: SAINTS ROW(Photo by John Baer/Overture Films courtesy Everett Collection)If the early reviews are any indication, next week s Pokemon Detective Pikachu may finally break the long-standing streak of Rotten Tomatometers for movies based on video games. That would be great and all, but that still leaves dozens of Rotten ones to account for. One director hoping to contribute to an upward trend is F. Gary Gray (Straight Outta Compton, The Fate of the Furious), who previously had been trying to get a Kane and Lynch movie going. Gray is now attached to direct a film based on the video game franchise Saints Row, which, over the course of several games, began with the Grand Theft Auto template and took it to increasingly ridiculous settings and themes. How far Gray is willing to go is anybody s guess.1. JENNIFER GARNER HEADING TO FANTASY CAMP WITH I FEEL PRETTY CREATIVES (Photo by 20th Century Fox Film Corp.)To her credit, Jennifer Garner continues to find regular work even as the film industry arguably moves further away from the sorts of movies that she s previously been known for. Unfortunately, for her next film, Garner is signing up to work with two screenwriters whose work has never earned a Fresh score; they haven t even scored above 46% since the 1990s. Jennifer Garner is signed to star in Fantasy Camp, a comedy set up at mini-major STXfilms, the company behind the same creative team s most recent film, I Feel Pretty (Rotten at 35%). Garner will play a woman who goes to a reunion at the theater camp of her youth, Camp Footlights, where she will get the chance to challenge her fears, live out her dreams and finally take the stage. Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
亚博网的网址是多少 In our latest episode of Vs. we’re paying tribute to cinema’s greatest scream queens… by making them battle it out to the final reel! (To be fair, something each of them has some practice in.) It’s slasher icon Jamie Lee Curtis against sci-fi icon Sigourney Weaver against ghostface killer Neve Campbell against fisherman’s not-friend Sarah Michelle Gellar as we seek to crown horror’s ultimate portrayer of the “final girl.” How will the battle play out? Well, first we’re trapping them in a mansion with about 30 escaped-from-a-mental-hospital serial killers… Oh wait, no, not that, that would be illegal. We’re actually comparing their box office performance, Audience and Tomatometer Scores, and the quality of their enemies, and adding a bonus round for good measure. Will it be Ripley, Laurie, Buffy, or Sidney who lives to earn that sweet sequel paycheck? Watch along as Rotten Tomatoes Contributing Editor Mark Ellis breaks it down, then have at us in the comments.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.