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环球体育网页版采用百度引擎8(Baidu 4)Are the Performances in Cursed Magical? Langford is an excellent choice for Nimue. She is strong and resilient yet somewhat trusting and naïve. — Allison Rose, FlickDirectTerell is brilliant as Arthur. A Black Arthur does feel radical, but he is a co-lead and sidekick to Langford s Nimue. Cursed is still a lot of fun, but don t expect anything too revolutionary from this safely subversive new Netflix show. — Rosie Knight, NerdistAlmost no one can act and those who can are taking it easy. — Lucy Mangan, GuardianIs Cursed’s Fantasy Believable?(Photo by Courtesy of Netflix © 2020)Cursed’s Fey, made up of snake-skinned, tusked and other hybrid humanoids, all with their own cultures, efficiently establishes them as a living, breathing species independent of their human relatives. — Hannah Collins, CBRIs Cursed Cheaply Made or Flashy and Stylish? (Photo by Netflix © 2020)Cursed does a fine job of stylizing its visuals, as well as building a complex story base (even if the latter feels too bulky at times). — Kimberly Ricci, UproxxCursed may not be the most serious or profound program that TV has to offer, but you won t find many shows more solidly built or satisfying. — Judy Berman, TIME MagazineWith twists and turns you might not see coming, no matter how well you know Arthurian Legend, Cursed delivers a fun and wild ride. It also has serious Game Of Thrones vibes. — Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyFinal Thoughts? (Photo by Courtesy of Netflix © 2020)Featuring a lot of promise but failing in the execution tonally, Cursed is unfortunately a bit of a missed opportunity to breathe new life into the Arthurian legend. — Nicola Austin, We Have a HulkCursed makes complete its clumsy tightrope walk, but will need to build stronger support for any feminist goals it has for future seasons. — B.L. Panther, The SpoolCursed will do — it’s nowhere near perfect but its attempt to take on an alternative tale with a female, strong lead, makes the whole viewing worthwhile. — Daniel Hart, Ready Steady CutBloated yet entertaining, Cursed carves out a uniquely weird kitsch-fantasy niche for itself, even if it doesn t always quite know what it wants to be. — Shaun Munro, Flickering MythI never was able to fully give myself over to Cursed, but I never really got bored and I think there s a better show laying in wait for a second season. More Pym, please! — Dan Fienberg, Hollywood ReporterThe highs of the series far outweigh the lows, and Cursed manages to tell an exciting and surprisingly timely tale with Nimue and the rest of the Arthurian roster. It is sure to fill the void in the hearts of fantasy fans everywhere. — Charlie Ridgely, ComicBook.com

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From Walt Disney Animation Studios comes a new princess-driven fantasy adventure with a focus on Southeast Asian representation and heavy themes involving a sentient plague and trust issues among humans. And it’s action-packed and full of laughs, too. Raya and the Last Dragon is receiving rave reviews for its ambitious ideas, stunning visuals, and impressive thrills, all of which will entertain audiences of all ages, whether on the big screen or streaming at a premium price on Disney+. But is it another instant classic from Disney with immediately beloved characters and iconic storytelling?Here’s what critics are saying about Raya and the Last Dragon:Does Disney have another animated classic on its hands?Disney has done it again.  Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesAnother huge win for the studio.  Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comOne of Disney s most breathtakingly beautiful endeavors yet.  Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects[It’s] the best animated Disney film since Moana.  Brandon Katz, ObserverRaya and the Last Dragon has all the makings of a modern Disney classic. Molly Freeman, Screen RantIs the story a familiar one?The narrative skeleton is, if anything, even more generic, and also a reminder that the generic has its pleasures. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesDisney on autopilot is still pretty good. Robert Daniels, The Playlist[It’s] a tribute to Disney’s patented style of timeless, grand and immersive storytelling. But it’s also a pioneering picture, embracing timely, compassionate sentiments on our contemporary culture. Courtney Howard, Fresh Fiction(Photo by ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Are there any comparable films it recalls?If Moana, Tangled, Mulan, Abominable and Big Hero 6 had a child…you’d get Raya and the Last Dragon. Christie Cronan, Raising WhasiansLike 2016 s Moana and 2009’s The Princess and the Frog, the film stands apart, through fresh voices and cultures, while still embracing universal truths and ideals. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsIn its expansive world-building and aesthetic variety, Raya and the Last Dragon most viscerally conjures up the experience of watching a Star Wars film. Dan Rubins, Slant MagazineThe film the feel of a condensed Tolkien epic — a Lord of the Rings-light quest that takes Raya throughout Kumandra to accomplish her mission. Peter Debruge, VarietyHow is the animation?Raya and the Last Dragon is a technical triumph in every possible facet, simply just eye candy from start to finish. Sean Mulvihill, FanboyNationSome of the best visual work of Disney’s 3D era. Environments are jaw-droppingly impressive, reflecting a lived-in world that’s mythology and culture inform its architecture. Jacob Oller, Paste MagazineYou ve never seen [water] animated so exquisitely…from water droplets to nautical travel to the epic beauty of a character leaping from one raindrop to the next, it is extraordinary. Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects(Photo by ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)What about the performances?It s Tran s movie and she excels in the lead role as Raya. Molly Freeman, Screen RantTran imbues Raya with both a tenderness and a steely determination, making the character one of the more fascinating Disney princesses in a long time. Sean Mulvihill, FanboyNationTran’s pitch-perfect performance makes organic even the heavier character beat. Inkoo Kang, Hollywood Reporter[Raya is] a well-rounded, complex character, much of that hinges of the emotion Tran delivers through her performance. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comAwkwafina as Sisu is a bit over-the-top, and that’s what makes me laugh. Tania Lamb, Lola LambchopsAwkwafina is a gifted comic actor, but she’s no Robin Williams or Eddie Murphy. Peter Debruge, VarietyDoes the movie have great side characters?An enormous pill bug named Tuk Tuk… seems destined for ‘season s hottest toy’ status. Angie Han, MashableSisu just isn’t special enough to gain entry to the Disney character hall of fame… [she] looks weird, like someone stuck a plastic My Little Pony head on a floppy feather-boa body. Peter Debruge, VarietyI could’ve done without the [light-fingered toddler from Talon], which caused a fresh flare-up of post-Baby Geniuses stress disorder. Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times(Photo by ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)How respectful is the Southeast Asian representation?Detail in the faces of the two rivals and Sisu in her human form… suggest something of the diversity in facial features among a group of people often stereotyped as all looking the same. Inkoo Kang, Hollywood ReporterFrom the tone and texture to the shine and glow – Raya and the main characters did not have that fake yellow skin, but a better representation of olive skin tone. Christie Cronan, Raising WhasiansThe specific pan-Asian details — a bowl of shrimp congee, a price paid in jade pieces — are amusing even when they brush up gently against stereotype. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesRaya‘s vision of diversity doesn’t feel as satisfying as a more culturally specific story like Pixar’s Coco, which found universality within its specificity. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmWill action fans be satisfied?When it comes to the action sequences, Raya and the Last Dragon breaks new ground… taking cultural fighting styles and bringing them to life via animation. Sheraz Farooqi, ComicBook DebateI seriously can’t speak highly enough about tense combative frames, as each swashbuckling sequence holds precision akin to live-action features. Matt Conway, Battle Royale With CheeseThe face-off between Raya and Namaari delivers a thrilling set-piece that any action film would love to claim as its own. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsFull of chases and elaborate style action sequences that would make Indiana Jones blush… the fight scenes are simply jaw-dropping, full of energy and oomph. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmRyan FujitaniIs it funny?Don’t worry. There’s lots of levity, between the sequence that features color bomb farting fireflies and Sisu’s comedic, Genie-esque antics. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionHall and Estrada’s jaunty direction pairs nicely with Nguyen and Lim’s wonderfully smart script to add plenty of humor to an otherwise dark story. Kate Erbland, IndieWireThere’s a strain of wacky comedy that feels more in line with an early 2000s DreamWorks movie. Hoai-Tran Bui, SlashfilmWhen your gag is done better by the dopey penguins in the Madagascar movies, you know it’s run its course. Jacob Oller, Paste MagazineWill it move you?Raya and the Last Dragon is so rooted in emotion, that this motley crew is capable of kicking up big laughs and more than a few tears. Kate Erbland, IndieWireThere were many moments that I sat crying, and others where I cheered on Raya and her unlikely crew. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyThe swelling emotional finale may elicit tears or eyerolls depending on your point of view (definitely the former for me). Brandon Katz, ObserverDoes it teach any valuable lessons?This animation speaks to themes of unity we are in dire need of learning right now, and it does it in the most powerful way, by wrapping the truth up in action and sweetness. Sherin Nicole, idobi.comTrust is a key theme in Raya and the Last Dragon, as evident in how often it s mentioned, and it s a lesson we could all stand to hear, see, and practice more often. Rob Hunter, Film School RejectsThere are certainly worse lessons a movie could impart under present circumstances, and the filmmakers ponder it here with disarming sincerity and seriousness. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesIf any movie can restore faith in humanity again, this is it. Christie Cronan, Raising Whasians(Photo by ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Does it have any problems?If there is anything to fault in this movie it would be the lack of songs. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyThis film desperately lacks the kind of soaring, iconically open-hearted sequences that made revered classics like The Lion King and Mulan stand the test of time. Matt Conway, Battle Royale With CheeseThe film doesn’t flow so much as lurch from one big set-piece to the next, raising significant logic questions along the way. Peter Debruge, VarietyRaya and Sisu’s friendship never fully develops. Akin to The Fifth Element, Raya treats Sisu more as a weapon. One that needs to be hidden rather than as a living creature. Robert Daniels, The PlaylistIs it OK for younger viewers?There are some scary moments that may frighten little ones, especially with the Druun, which is a dark mist-like monster. Tania Lamb, Lola LambchopsThe Druun is scary — it moves quickly and is quite ominous…some sensitive ones might really be taken aback by it. Tessa Smith, Mama s GeekyI would compare the violence easily to that of Moana, Tangled, or the animated Mulan. Very easily digestible for little kids. Christie Cronan, Raising WhasiansWill it leave you wanting more?It feels almost a pity when the movie ends and we have to say goodbye to the whole gang before we got to see them do still more fun stuff. Angie Han, Mashable[It’s] a property with plenty of future storytelling potential. Josh Wilding, ComicBookMovie.comRaya and the Last Dragon is in theaters and available as a premium rental on Disney+ on March 5, 2021.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.环球体育网页版但总体而言手游游戏内容并不能吸引我。但其实大多数人玩手游都不是冲我上面说的那些而去玩的。社交性、玩家圈子、养成、虚拟恋人、甚至今天我还看到说抽卡氪金本身就是游戏内容一部分,着实让我无法反驳,我细想:“对啊,像当年的扑克、扭蛋、老虎机怎么就不是游戏了?”

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(Click to enlarge.)The Oscar Best Picture Showdown is officially over, and the RT community has crowned The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King as the best of the Best Pictures! In addition to Best Picture, Peter Jackson s epic finale to the Lord of the Rings series was nominated for 10 more Oscars at the 2004 Academy Awards, including Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Original Score, and it won every single one of them. That not only matched the most wins for a single film at the Oscars (Ben-Hur and Titanic previously achieved the same distinction), but set the record for the most wins by a film that took home the trophy in every category in which it was nominated. Here, Return of the King defeated all of its opponents, from classic films like All Quiet on the Western Front and The French Connection to more recent hits like Spotlight and No Country for Old Men, by a wide margin before facing off against The Godfather, and even then, Return took the crown with a decisive 59% of the vote.Over the course of this bracket s six rounds, almost a million votes were tallied across all of the individual match-ups, so big thanks to everyone in the RT community who participated! Click below to see the results of all the prior rounds, and stay tuned for our next big bracket showdown!Round 1 Results | Round 2 Results | Round 3 Results | Round 4 Results | Round 5 ResultsFinal Round ResultsRound 1 Results | Round 2 Results | Round 3 Results | Round 4 Results | Round 5 ResultsThumbnail image by ©New Line courtesy Everett CollectionLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
With the success of series like The Terror, The Haunting of Hill House, and American Horror Story, television has never been a better medium for creators interested in telling spooky stories on a regular basis. The latest entry into the genre is Creepshow, a TV anthology version of the Stephen King/George A. Romero horror film that debuts today on genre-focused streaming service Shudder.Spearheaded by The Walking Dead boss Greg Nicotero, the series pays tribute to its roots by telling frightening stories of many ilks (gory, suspenseful, silly, unsettling). The first episode features the installments “Gray Matter,” based on the King story of the same name about an alcoholic whose booze of choice might affect him in more nefarious ways, and “The House of the Head,” about a girl who discovers a killer severed head in her dollhouse.Earlier this year, Rotten Tomatoes visited the series’ Atlanta set, where we walked through blood-soaked sets, saw creatures being made, and saw a werewolf decapitate a Nazi. Here are six things we learned about the show while we were there.1. It’s in good hands with superfan Greg Nicotero(Photo by Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)The Walking Dead boss is a lifelong horror fan who got his start working on special effects makeup with Romero and Creepshow’s effects mastermind Tom Savini on Romero s Day of the Dead.With this Creepshow reboot, “I want to embrace the spirit of the original movie,” Nicotero said from his windowless office in an Atlanta production facility. “I’m not rebooting anything. It’s not like, ‘Oh we’re going to upgrade it and retell it.’ It’s really like you’re picking up another issue of Creepshow, and these are the stories.”The stories include works from King, one from King’s son, Joe Hill, plus more adaptations of existing stories and a few original tales. Nicotero was so dedicated to the project that he began working on it during The Walking Dead, taking just a week off before flying back to Atlanta to begin pre-production on Creepshow.2. The series was filmed in an uber-short time frame(Photo by Shudder)Each of the six episodes contains two stories, and each story has just three and a half days to film.“You can’t stop filming for 12 hours. You can’t eat, you can’t go to the bathroom, and you’ve just got to keep filming and go crazy,” Nicotero said in a short break while filming the final two installments.On one stage, special effects experts prepared a dummy for its impending decapitation — the fake blood spurting everywhere meant they had just one take (or risk spending hours cleaning up the blood only to set it all up again. On the other, the production team used a forklift to place a massive monster they created on the set of the story they’d begin filming the next day.Originally, Nicotero wanted to film even more stories, but with a packed production schedule spanning from the beginning of January through the end of March, it wasn’t enough time to fully realize that many tales.“I was pretty greedy at first. I was like, ‘We should do three stories per episode, and each story should be like 17 minutes,’ and then we got into production and I was like, ‘What the f was I thinking? We should do two, ” he admitted.3. For practical effects, Nicotero brought in the experts.(Photo by Shudder)Special effects guru Savini worked closely with Romero on many of his films, including the original Creepshow. So it was only natural Nicotero would hire him to helm a story of his own (Joe Hill’s “By the Silver Water of Lake Champlain”).“It’s 98 percent practical effects — all the creature work, all the makeup, the werewolves, the puppets,” Nicotero said.Evidence of that mandate is strewn about the production spaces that once held Gabrielle Union’s BET drama Being Mary Jane — cardboard boxes loaded with fake animal carcasses are piled next to busts of various creatures. (And sets from s
(Photo by NBC)It s been three decades since Seinfeld first premiered on July 5, 1989, changing the sitcom narrative forever. From the show s core characters of Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld), Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), George (Jason Alexander), and Kramer (Michael Richards) to the low-stakes story lines explored in every episode, the series from Larry David and the titular creator gave audiences a joke-heavy glimpse at the mundanity of the human condition, adding an unexpected element of intellect and creativity to the formulaic prime-time landscape of the 90s.The show that was famously about nothing — a joke that originated in the show itself — premiered 30 years ago yet still holds true today. To dig deeper into why the series is still so impactful all these years later, we ve tapped a handful of experts — from journalists to bestselling authors, university professors to a writer who worked on all nine seasons of the show yada yada yada — to help unpack the ways Seinfeld has maintained its status as a television icon for three decades and counting.Its simple life observations became a permanent fixture in pop culture(Photo by Columbia TriStar Television/Courtesy Everett Collection)Robert J. Thompson, Professor of Television and Popular Culture at Syracuse University: Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld managed to take their stand-up acts about the kind of, you know, goofy observations about stupid things, and turn it into a weekly half-hour sitcom that ultimately went nine seasons. That s easier said than done. They did it brilliantly. And some of the very best episodes of Seinfeld are those that are the most tied to the stand-up act that Jerry Seinfeld had done way back. I think the most obvious answer and the most correct way to address it is that it really was a masterpiece. Not every episode was as elegant as others. But they managed to churn out episode after episode that would become part of the American vernacular.Todd Gilchrist, freelance reporter for Variety and Nerdist: I think the show invited us to look at the everyday minutiae of human behavior — both others’ and our [own] — and contemplate the way we process and interact with our
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Ghcxuf “We always had a question in the writers’ room, which we would ask ourselves a lot, which was: What scares us most: that sound in the basement that you can t explain? Or that neighbor from down the street who has been staring at your house every single day? ” series creator Little Marvin said. “And in our collective experience, it s usually always that neighbor I find human beings to be deeply scary. I think rooting the terror in something deeply human was our very first impulse.“I m not particularly interested in just empty jumpscares for the sake of jumpscares,” said the series creator, who goes by LM on second reference. “I like things that feel emotionally rich, and then let the horror kind of come from there.”He said the thesis for the anthology is “this idea that, since the dawn of this country … there s always been them. There s always been the folk who have been subjected to the sort of ire and suspicion and paranoia, and frankly, hatred and terror, of the dominant folk.”(Photo by Amazon Studios)As a Black man, LM said it made sense to explore “the terror of being Black” for season 1. Focusing on the post-World War II economic boom of 1953 also fit because it was when home ownership became attainable for the middle class.But, LM added, “as Black folks know, the dream of home ownership has been anything but. [So] I wanted to definitely go back and peel apart the floorboards and look at the roots of that particular nightmare.”The look and sounds of the show are also unique in that they look period — but not the period you’d imagine. The music is anachronistic, in part, LM said because “no offense to musicians in 1953, but that was a deeply sh y year for music.”“We set out to make a show about the ’50s that felt like it was shot in the ’60s or ’70s. And by doing that, it allowed us to think about the way we framed, the way we shot and the way we styled. But, also, the soundscape and the music that we used,” LM said.Telling a story that takes place only over a week and a half “creates an instant pressure cooker,” LM said. Not only does it keep the pace moving, but it also gave the writers “the time and the space to dig in on a day and to live with these characters as they re maneuvering and navigating their lives every day.”(Photo by Amazon Studios)This also created an intense experience for the actors. Stars Ayorinde and Thomas said they were only given four of the scripts at first, meaning that they didn’t know what was real or imaginary either. She said that LM would frequently talk to her on set, not just about how her character, Lucky, would be doing but how she was handling it all.Thomas said he liked that his Henry was an upwardly mobile engineer and veteran, and that he was battling the very real issue of PTSD while also being “a character that was multi-layered and nuanced who loved his family unconditionally” who was “present emotionally and present physically.”The hard part for him was unpacking his own privilege of living in modern society and “making sure that I played the restraint correctly.”“I had to make sure that I stripped away my ego to play the character and service the character,” Thomas explained. “I can afford to react differently to something in 2021, 2022, 2023 than someone can in 1953 when it is literally the difference between life and death.”(Photo by Amazon Studios)These are all weighty topics, particularly given the current political climate. The show was accused of mining Black trauma after a trailer was released in March — especially since Lena Waithe, one of its executive producers, is also the creator of the Showtime drama The Chi. It also, inevitably, was compared to Jordan Peele’s 2019 horror film Us, both because of the title and because they each feature actress Shahadi Wright Joseph as a strong-willed eldest child.LM said that the word “them” was the first one that came to his mind when he was conceiving a name for the project — something that happened before he’d heard of Us. He also claims the casting was also coincidental; he was busy making a TV show and didn’t have time to concentrate on when the movie’s hiring was announced.And while neither Thomas nor Ayorinde say they know if (or how) they’d be in a second season of the anthology, LM says the plan is for “the people and the time period and the place will be different every season.”“As we move forward in our progression of the anthology, the hope is to take folks who have been historically marginalized or pushed to the sides of those frames and really center them in their own tales of American terror every year,” he said.Unfortunately, there are plenty of them out there.Them premieres on Friday, April 9 on Amazon Prime Video.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News. 😈😈


环球体育网页版 Great news: it s the time of year where it s completely socially acceptable to spend any and all free time curled up in front of the TV with a cup of hot cocoa and keep warm with some of the best that TV has to offer. Luckily, December has that in spades with 10 returning programs that we can’t wait to catch up on in time for new episodes later this month. Among our recommendations: Amazon s award-winning comedy The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, J.K. Simmons sci-fi spy drama Counterpart, the return of the animated superheroes of Young Justice, and more.The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel 88% (Amazon)What it is: In 1950s New York City, Midge Maisel’s (Rachel Brosnahan) husband, Joel (Michael Zegen), admits to having an affair and leaves her. Rather than getting back, she gets even, and decides to pursue his dream of becoming a stand-up comedian — which makes sense, because she was the funny one all along.Why you should watch it: Certainly the runaway comedy hit of the past year, Maisel won top honors at both the Emmys and Golden Globes and is well-positioned to do it again this award season. Brosnahan s star-making performance (and her scene-stealing costars like Tony Shalhoub and Alex Borstein) anchor a series that is smart, funny, and full of heart — not to mention super timely. Quite simply, it’s a home run. Season 2 streams in full on Amazon Prime Dec. 5.Where to watch: AmazonCommitment: Approx. 7.5 hours (for the first season)Counterpart 100% (Starz)What it is: From creator Justin Marks, Counterpart is a sci-fi drama centered on Howard Silks, a low-level employee at a nondescript agency in Berlin who comes to learn his employer is actually guarding and operating an underground tunnel that connects to a parallel world that mirrors his own. The catch is that everyone has an identical-but-different counterpart in this parallel dimension, and his is a top-level spy intimately involved in the brewing war between both sides of the tunnel.Why you should watch it: Counterpart is probably one of the great new shows that you’re not watching — and this is the perfect time to change that. Among the best-reviewed dramas of the past year, this espionage thriller is tense, gripping, and altogether unexpected in the best of ways. Plus, J.K. Simmons is in top form, pulling double duty as the central Howard and Howard Prime and offering a revealing study of cause, effect, and how our choices have repercussions out of our immediate control. Season 2 premieres on Starz Dec. 9.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 10 hours (for the first season)Chilling Adventures of Sabrina 81% (Netflix)What it is: Based on the beloved Archie comic and from creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, this iteration of Sabrina the teenage witch has a dark and spooky twist, charting the titular witch’s (Kiernan Shipka) coming of age as she’s forced to choose between human normalcy and her magic’s haunting lore.Why you should watch it: Sure, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina may have just made its big Netflix debut this Halloween, but will premiere an hourlong Christmas special, “A Midwinter’s Tale,” this month. That makes it a perfect time to binge the first 10 episodes of season 1, which was an immediate sensation with lovers of Riverdale and the original Melissa Joan Hart–starring series alike. “A Midwinter’s Tale” premieres Dec. 14.Where to watch: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 10 hours (for the first season)Timeless 91% (NBC)What it is: From creators Eric Kripke and Shawn Ryan, Timeless stars Abigail Spencer, Malcolm Barrett, and Matt Lanter as a trio (a professor, a soldier, and an engineer) tasked with traveling through to save the world — and history — as we know it.Why you should watch it: Christmas is coming early for the devoted fans of NBC’s sci-fi action drama that was resuscitated not once but twice. Though the network canceled the series after its first season, it quickly reversed the decision days later. The cancellation after season 2 stuck, but after more fan outcry NBC decided to bring the series back for a two-hour installment to wrap up loose storylines. Thrilling, entertaining, and featuring dazzling set and costume design pieces across its many time periods, Timeless is the kind of series that lives up to its name. Catch its anticipated final installment on Dec. 20.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 18 hours (for the first two seasons)Marvel's Runaways 84% (Hulu)What it is: Creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage leave their mark on the Marvel Cinematic Universe with this hit Hulu series based on the comic of the same name, which follows a motley group of super-powered teens who unite to stop their supervillian parents.Why you should watch it: By this point, you know what you’re getting with an MCU project — but Runaways still manages to have a few surprises up its sleeve. Led by a cast of a excellent young actors and featuring a unique spin on the hero-villain narrative (and exploring relationships between friends and family in the process), the streaming series is a welcome addition to the already well-trod Marvel empire. We can’t wait to see what season 2 has in store when it premieres Dec. 21. Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Hulu, VuduCommitment: Approx. 8.5 hours (for the first season)A Series of Unfortunate Events 96% (Netflix)What it is: Those poor, poor Baudelaire orphans — always getting caught up in events that are, well, unfortunate. Netflix’s whimsically dark series follows Violet, Klaus, and Sunny who, after their parents’ death, are put in the care of an evil distant cousin, Count Olaf, who’s set on getting his hands on their sizable inheritance.Why you should watch it: Neil Patrick Harris is doing more than just stealing the show (as he did for nine seasons on How I Met Your Mother) — he is the show, making each of Olaf s master-of-disguise getups more beguiling than the one before. It’s just an added bonus that the sets, music, and just about everything else about this series are technically dazzling. Season 3 premieres in full Jan. 1.Where to watch: NetflixCommitment: Approx. 13 hours 9for the first two seasons)grown-ish (Freeform)What it is: A spinoff of Kenya Barris’ beloved and award-winning black-ish, grown-ish charts eldest daughter Zoey Johnson’s next big journey: college.Why you should watch it: We already expect the Johnson family of black-ish to fearlessly deep dive into hot topics with heart and humor, and grown-ish carries the torch on to the college campus. Plus, if Yara Shahidi s take on Zoey in the former series didn’t make it clear enough, she gives an absolutely star-making turn as the leading lady on this spinoff. Season 2 premieres Jan. 2.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 4.5 hours (for the first season)Gotham 77% (Fox)What it is: The city of Gotham was a mess well before Batman had anything to do with it, and this Fox hit depicts exactly how and why in this origin story of Commissioner Gordon’s rise to prominence and Bruce Wayne s transformation into Batman — and the varied ne er do wells they dealt with along the way.Why you should watch it: Now that Gotham is rounding the bend into its fifth and final season, this is the perfect time to binge and catch up on all the DC Comics fun of this gritty and endlessly entertaining series. An assortment of characters both known and new, it’s especially grounded by Benjamin McKenzie’s take on a young Det. James Gordon. Season 5 premieres Jan. 3.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 65 hours (for the first four seasons)Young Justice 95% (DC Universe)What it is: Before Runaways was charting the lives of teen superheroes coming into their own, there was the beloved (and until recently, much-missed) Young Justice, a Cartoon Network animated series from Brandon Vietti and Greg Weisman that follows teen superheroes and sidekicks as they try to prove their worthiness of the Justice League.Why you should watch it: It is with a great sigh of relief that the fan-favorite Young Justice returns from its elongated hiatus for an adventure-filled third season, titled Young Justice: Outsiders. This outing has the likes of Nightwing, Superboy, Wonder Girl, Kid Flash, and others taking on meta-human teen trafficking, and even appears to have the team venturing off into space. Season 3 premieres on streaming service DC Universe on Jan. 4.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Microsoft, VuduCommitment: Approx. 19 hours (for the first two seasons)The Blacklist 91% (NBC)What it is: To reveal very much about the twists and turns of this complex cat-and-mouse drama would spoil the fun, but the impetus of the series is rooted in its pilot, in which FBI agent Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone) is called to a peculiar case where the highly pursued fugitive Raymond “Red” Reddington (James Spader) turns himself in and demands to speak to her — and only her. Promising that he has intel on some of the world’s most dangerous underground terrorists, they build an unlikely partnership.Why you should watch it: The guarantee for first-time viewers of the long-running and much-loved Blacklist is that you’re in for one heck of a rollercoaster ride. Led by a stellar performance from Spader as the central criminal mastermind, the series has time and again reinvented itself and upped the ante with each outing. It’s a safe bet that season 6, which premieres Jan. 4, will do the same.Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Microsoft, Netflix, VuduCommitment: Approx. 80 hours (for the first five seasons)

最近胖大海已经好久没有碰过手游了。如今市面上能够让人眼前一亮的手游真的不多,原神勉强算半个,毕竟不是单纯的手游。在手游中,各类垃圾换皮游戏层出不穷,游戏画面一换,买个ip一套,便是一款全新的圈钱游戏。 Hanna, Amazon Prime Video s new action series about a teenage assassin, is the second TV-to-film adaptation — after What We Do in the Shadows — to hit the small screen in the past week (with some of its original creative team intact, too). Like the 2011 Saoirse Ronan film of the same name, the show crosses the globe as Hanna, bent on vengeance, evades an off-book CIA agent. But it expands the world of the film as well, and provides much more



环球体育网页版 we were able to use CGI the way we did.It s been so many great stunts; I d say this is in the top five, just off the cuff. I was like, Holy s t, we pulled it off. I was kind of blown away. My first reaction was giddy. What the scene does is, it connects you to your inner child. So when you re sitting in that theater, and you see that scene, the first thing that reacts is the inner child in you. And that s a testament to an iconic moment. The Impact: A Faster, More Furious FutureFast Furious Presents: Hobbs Shaw is in theaters August 2. (Photo by Universal Pictures)Thanks in part to its unparalleled, famously outsized action set pieces and an earnest, heartfelt tribute to Paul Walker, Furious 7 was a massive critical and commercial hit. Certified Fresh at 81%, it boasts the highest Tomatometer score of the entire franchise, and after a monster opening weekend, it went on to become not just the highest-grossing film in the series, but the eighth highest-grossing film of all time. That s no small feat, especially considering its roots in low-stakes car chases and small-time thievery.The film marks the high point for an ongoing franchise that, beyond its theatrical features, has also spawned high-concept theme park attractions, toys, video games, a touring live show complete with stunt driving and pyrotechnics, and a planned television series in the works. Later this year, audiences will be treated to the first Fast and Furious spinoff movie, Hobbs Shaw, which centers on the recurring characters played by Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham.But there is a surprising depth to these movies, something in their frequently reiterated mantra about family and their uniquely diverse cast of characters, that might help explain their pop culture ubiquity. Just ask Vin Diesel. I ll go to do press and everyone will say, This is not a movie. This is tradition.' I was at the live show at the O2 arena earlier this year, and I had a moment where I saw the effect of this franchise, and what this franchise had represented. I ve had many experiences like that, where I ll go to do press and everyone will say, This is not a movie. This is tradition.  And how people have embraced this saga and the themes in this saga, and people talking about the fact that they take their family to this movie, and it s the only time that they can discuss some humanity or morality or how we re supposed to treat people, treat each other and love each other. And that s all cool.It goes without saying that Fast and the brotherhood of it all Toretto and O Conner and all that the Fast represents in terms of family and multiculturalism and empowerment is very dear to me, and very sacred to me. And I work very hard, and I commit everything to realizing its best potential. Furious 7 was released on April 3, 2015. Buy or rent it at FandangoNOW.

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