亚博YABO网页版采用百度引擎8（Baidu 7）Spider-Man is swinging back into theaters anew. No, we’re not getting another franchise reboot. Instead, Sony’s separate animated feature Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is kicking off something completely different, and according to the first, all-rave reviews, it’s a fresh, funny, and groundbreaking start. Focused mostly on the Miles Morales version of Spider-Man, the movie sees him joined by other incarnations from different universes, and the result seems to be as hilariously irreverent as it is moving and sincere.Here’s what the critics are saying about Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse:Let’s dive right into the Positive-Verse:It’s pure dorky fun. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushIt’s terrific — a quick-witted entertainment, daring and familiar by turns, that also proves to be sweet, serious and irreverent in all the right doses. Justin Chang, Los Angeles TimesWait, so it s one of 2018 s highlights?Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse [is] the best animated movie of the year. Jason Guerrasio, Business InsiderThis year’s best animated movie…a great Spider-Man adventure for everybody. Susana Polo, Polygon(Photo by © Sony Pictures Animation)But did we really need another Spider-Man movie?Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse isn’t just the best Spider-Man movie to date, but it’s also better than most of the Spider-Man comics I’ve read. Edward Douglas, The Weekend Warrior[Spider-Verse] has one of the best Spider-Man movie stories ever. David Griffin, IGN MoviesIn a wide field of Spider-Mans to choose from, it is the strength of Miles Morales’ story that makes him a standout character. Susana Polo, PolygonSpider-Verse sounds like an evolution of comic-book movies. Tragic news for anyone who’s sick of superhero movies: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse completely reinvigorates the genre. David Ehrlich, IndieWireInto the Spider-Verse translates the visual language of comics onto the big screen better than any movie since Ang Lee’s Hulk. Matt Singer, ScreenCrushFew recent films have embraced the comic book style and sensibility as wholeheartedly as Spider-Verse has, or enjoyed as fully the potential in combining the two mediums. Angie Han, MashableHow fresh is the animation style?The film’s wild and contradictory aesthetic — elements of which clash against each other like some kind of dissonant cartoon jazz — dazzlingly explodes the outmoded idea that superhero movies have to look a certain way. David Ehrlich, IndieWireThe unique and often brilliant 3D animation style is a fantastic aspect of the movie, though it does take some time to get used to. David Griffin, IGN MoviesWhile Spider-Verse is colorful, whip-fast and full of visual references to the four-color printing process and comic book sound effects, it never overwhelms. Susana Polo, Polygon(Photo by © Sony Pictures Animation)How are the multiple Spider-folk?What makes Spider-Verse an essential entry in the superhero canon is the richness of its good guys. Brian Truitt, USA TodayI would optimistically describe [Spider-Gwen’s] role in Spider-Verse as ‘a great setup for a spin-off,’ which isn’t quite the same as saying she gets a lot of great stuff to do in this movie. Darren Franich, Entertainment WeeklyOK, but what about the script?What distinguishes Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse in the end is that it takes its mission seriously, even when it’s being transparently silly. Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times[Phil Lord and Rodney Rothman[ have written a thoughtful, nuanced story that explores Morales’s uncertainty over whether he deserves the powers he has. Alex Abad-Santos, VoxIs there a ton of Easter Eggs and self-parody?In the same way that The LEGO Batman Movie paid homage to and even poked fun at previous portrayals, Into the Spider-Verse follows suit. David Griffin, IGN MoviesSpider-Verse often feels like a weightier, more ambitious version of The Lego Batman Movie, but it’s not all irreverent wisecracks and goofball voicework. Jesse Hassenger, AV ClubSpider-Verse is a spiritual sidequel to the Deadpool films, another holier-than-thou snarkfest inviting you to laugh at superhero tropes without ever once challenging those tropes. Darren Franich, Entertainment Weekly
(Photo by George Pimentel/Getty Images)When Rotten Tomatoes spoke to Rob Morgan during his Just Mercy press run, we described the interview as a victory lap, of sorts. Morgan was humbled about the description (“Aww thank you. Rotten Tomatoes for the win, baby.”) The description is apt: Morgan has had a busy 2019. He ended his run as Turk Barrett, the connective tissue of the Marvel Netflix Universe. Not to lag behind, Morgan began doing the film festival circuit with two heavy hitters. The first was he Joe Talbot-directed The Last Black Man in San Francisco, which premiered at 2019 Sundance Film Festival and in which he plays Jimmie Fails’ father James Sr. The second was the Destin Daniel Cretton-directed Just Mercy, based on the book by Bryan Stevenson, which premiered at 2019 Toronto International Film Festival.Morgan has become known as a scene-stealer, playing understated but impactful roles. As Herbert Richardson in Just Mercy, he commands attention in one pivotal scene in which we follow Richardson in his routine before his execution. It’s equally disturbing and mesmerizing, with Morgan acutely tapping into the emotion of a man who knows his end is near.We spoke to Morgan about that scene, how he doesn’t lose himself in his roles, what he has coming in future projects, and his skill in industry relationship building: “My most high-profile work comes from directors want to work with me.”(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)Joi Childs for Rotten Tomatoes: How did you prepare for the role of Herbert Richardson in Just Mercy? Especially that heart-stopping scene as he prepares for his execution?Rob Morgan: Well, Herbert Richardson, he actually was executed, so I didn t really have live footage to go off of. I had two pictures of him, and I would just stare into his pictures and stare into his eyes and try to download his spirit. Bryan Stevenson wrote a phenomenal book, Just Mercy, and it was filled with all kinds of information that helped me tap into Herbert’s spirit. And also, just my everyday experience as a Black man in America, I get information that informs me in ways that I can parallel my own life with Herbert Richardson. Maybe not to the high degree of being on death row, but I can still parallel some of his oppressive conditions with my own, just walking around in this society. So, I took a lot of that in my imagination, and when Destin [Daniel Cretton] said action, that s what we came up with.RT: Your characters in Just Mercy, The Last Black Man in San Francisco, and Mudbound have the common thread of living through hard times. When you give these understated but powerful performances, how do you avoid losing yourself too much?Morgan: I trained with the American Theatre of Harlem, and by the grace of God, that was my foundation to understanding the art of storytelling and understanding that I m blessed to be in a play. I m not showing up to do brain surgery. I m not showing up to cure cancer, but I m showing up to play and give voice to the voiceless. I love who I am as a person. So, I love my lifestyle. I love playing chess, you know? I love fumbling around on the guitar, I love being present with people. So, I don t lose myself so much, because I love who I am. It s a skill of being able to go in and understand that I m doing this for a slice of time compared to somebody that actually had to live this for their whole life. They couldn t stop when they said cut. They couldn t take the outfit off, you know, like, Hap Jackson, the sharecropper I played in Mudbound.(Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures)You know, my grandfather, he had that lifestyle, so I was able to tap into my grandfather. I actually used his name in the movie, I ad-libbed because I was pulling from him so much. I know these people and these people are in me. So, I used the ability to tap in when I need to to tell those stories. But at the same time, I love who I am enough that when they say cut, I m able to come back and be Rob Morgan.RT: Let’s pivot to something a little lighter: You truly are the connective tissue of the Marvel Netflix Universe. What motivated you to continue to be a part of all those series, even in small moments?Morgan: Well, I mean, Julie Schubert, a casting director in New York City, called me in to audition, and they seemed to have liked my take. And the character Turk Barrett is actually written as one of the only characters that goes in and out of the whole universe. He was so much more in the actual comic book world that we didn t get a chance to explore, but I pretty much just showed up when they called my name. When they said, “Hey, Rob, we got a scene for Turk. Come through,” that s when I showed up. Yeah, I mean it was a fun experience. I didn t realize how the fan base was just so heavy. You know, I get recognized for Turk Barrett probably more than any of my other roles, even more than the Stranger Things role. But yeah, I just auditioned, tried to be an actor to get a job, and fortunately, they liked my personality and style and saw what I could bring to the character, and I just showed up when they called me.(Photo by Jake Giles Netter / © Warner Bros.)RT: You have a busy 2020 with three anticipated films: The Photograph, Cut Throat City, and Greyhound. Can you speak about the projects?Morgan: [For The Photograph] Man, that was a great project to be a part of. And for them to trust me with the character, I was completely honored. I think Issa Rae has a great finger on the pulse of getting good content out there. So, I thought it was just a win-win situation to be working with that caliber of visionaries and storytellers, you know, of our time. And my man, James Lopez, who was one of the producers, he gave me the thumbs up on Stella Meghie. Again, Stella Meghie, the director of the movie, she had all these options, and she was like, “Scratch all these names off. Get me Rob Morgan.” That s really how that happened, too, again. My most high profile work comes from directors who want to work with me. That s how I got that, too. Stella Meghie was basically like, “Nope, I don t want to see none of these people. Show me Rob Morgan.” And I went and met with her, we clicked, and I got the job.Cut Throat City, William Clevinger is one of the producers. Kyle Tekiela was one of those producers on Mudbound, so they were familiar with my work. The project came up, my window of opportunity was open, and they squeezed me in. I thought it was a treat to work with some hip hop royalty. I feel like [RZA is] a successful composer of music in films, and then for him to go into his directorial thing, I wanted to be there and support the brother. And he trusted me with his vision, and it was kind of like a powerhouse cast movie, because you got Wesley Snipes, Isaiah Washington, you got Denzel Whitaker. I mean, you got, like, Eiza González, you know, you got so many heavy hitters in this movie, it’s like, “Hey, man, I’d love to come down there and play with them.” You got TI in the movie, you know, Tyron Woodley from the UFC. So, it felt like one of those movies that was just going to have a huge market of eyes on it. Where it s at right now, I don t know. I think it s coming in South by Southwest I m not sure but I don t know where the movie is now.[For Greyhound], to work with Tom Hanks and to see how open and giving he is as such an A-list actor, it just shows you how it’s not the heaviest stuff we do. Tom Hanks, when you meet him, he’s a such a cheerful, open, giving, fun guy. You would imagine this star that’s been in our living room for 20-plus years would have this kind of personality, but he s still a beautiful, giving human being. And it was a real treat to work with Tom Hanks. And now, when he sees me, he’s like, “Rob!” I’m like, “Tom!” It s like, “Wow, I actually can call Tom Hanks a friend.” So, yeah, it was beautiful.RT: Last question: What’s your personal secret to building relationships in this industry, especially with an expansive resume like yours?Morgan: I always say my work is my best agent. My work is my best PR. And that s basically how I get around it; I get the work I get by just people seeing my work.Just Mercy is in theaters everywhere January 10.亚博YABO网页版7.长沙上游网游开发的手游《我是航海家》已经发售，是一款以航海为题材的单机游戏，我们的目标是尽全力还原那个波澜壮阔的大航海时代。
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Time is rumored to be up for the first female Doctor in Doctor Who, Prodigal Son casts Catherine Zeta-Jones, while Clancy Brown takes the baddie role in Showtime s Dexter revival. Plus, Catherine Hardwicke film Lords of Dogtown will become a series, new trailers, and more of the week s top TV and streaming news.TOP STORYDoctor Who: The BBC Won t Confirm or Deny the Rumor About Jodie Whittaker Quitting (Photo by Casey Crafford/BBC America/BBC Studios)Could this be the end for the first female Doctor? According to a report in the British newspaper The Mirror, Doctor Who star Jodie Whittaker is quitting the classic series at the end of the next season, season 13, which is set to premiere later this year. Showrunner Chris Chibnall, according to The Mirror, will stay with the series, which is also losing co-stars Bradley Walsh and Tosin Cole, who play Graham and Ryan, respectively, in previously announced departures.Whittaker is the 13th Doctor, and if she does leave the series at the end of the next season, she would follow David Tennant, Matt Smith, and Peter Capaldi as Doctor Who stars who left the series after three seasons each. Mirror sources say Whittaker wants to leave the show to be available to take on other roles.The BBC responded to the rumor without confirming or denying it, telling Digital Spy, “We won t be commenting on any speculation around Jodie s future on the show.”Catherine Zeta-Jones Joins Prodigal Son for Season 2(Photo by John Russo courtesy of Fox)Oscar and Tony Award winner Catherine Zeta-Jones has joined the cast of Fox’s Prodigal Son for season 2, playing Dr. Vivian Capshaw, the resident MD at Claremont Psychiatrics.Capshaw will immediately butt heads with Michael Sheen’s serial killer, Dr. Martin Whitley, who is assigned to clean bedpans and mop floors in the infirmary. Capshaw takes great pleasure in seeing “The Surgeon” perform janitorial tasks, until he begins to help with medical cases and the two bond. But that’s only going to spell trouble.Zeta-Jones joins the series in the second half of the season. Prodigal Son, the No. 1 new series of last season, begins its sophomore run on Jan. 12.NEW TRAILERS: WandaVision: Wanda and Vision Tie the Knot in the Wanda/Scarlet Witch Origins SeriesHere’s the latest peek at WandaVision, the MCU series starring Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany as Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch and Vision. In this clip, we see Wanda and Vision get married, in their own efficient way. The series follows the characters after the events of 2019’s Avengers: Endgame. Premieres Jan. 15 (Disney+)More trailers and teasers released this week:• Solar Opposites, season 2, finds the fam all set to leave Earth behind. Very briefly. Premieres March 26 (Hulu)• In Search Party, season 4, the search is on for an MIA Dory (Alia Shawkat). Premieres Jan. 14 (HBO Max)• Blown Away, season 2, gives viewers another look at the competition among the world’s most creative and talented glassblowers. Premieres Jan. 22 (Netflix)• The trailer for Power Book III: Raising Kanan is a brief preview of the second Power spin-off, this one a prequel about Kanan, the character played by series EP 50 Cent. Premieres summer 2021 (Starz)• Whitney Houston and Bobbi Kristina: Didn’t We Almost Have It All is a two-hour documentary about the late pop superstar and her daughter, who both died tragically after battles with drugs and alcohol. Premieres Feb. 6 (Lifetime)• Tiger is HBO’s two-part series about the spectacular rise and fall of Tiger Woods, and his eventual comeback. Premieres Jan. 10 and 17 (HBO)• 50 Cent released “Part of the Game,” his new music video for the song that will also serve as the theme song for Power Book III: Raising Kanan.For all the latest TV and streaming trailers, subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.CASTING: Dexter Reboot Gets Its Villain: Clancy Brown (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)Showtime’s Dexter reboot has just cast its villain (meaning the foe for Michael C. Hall’s titular serial killer): Clancy Brown. The Billions actor will play long-haul trucker–turned–truck and truck-stop owner Kurt Caldwell, who’s a favorite resident of a small town called Iron Lake – perhaps the Oregon town where Dexter settled in the disappointing 2013 Dexter series finale, after faked his death and fled Miami? Caldwell is a real man of the people in Iron Lake, as long as you’re his friend. But if you cross him, he can be just as powerful an enemy. Enter Dexter Morgan. (TVLine)The Office alum Amy Ryan has joined the Hulu comedy Only Murders in the Building, a series that follows three true crime fans – played by series creator Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez – who become embroiled in a crime mystery. Ryan will play a musician who lives in the titular building. (Deadline)Tony winner and former All My Children soap star Tonya Pinkins has replaced Niecy Nash in the ABC limited series Women of the Movement, about Mamie Till-Mobley, the woman who spent her life seeking justice for her murdered son, Emmett Till. Deadline reports Nash left the project, which begins filming next week for premiere later this year, for “personal reasons.”Rhys Darby will star in Our Flag Means Death, the HBO Max period comedy about a wealthy farmer (Darby) who suffers a mid-life crisis and becomes the captain of a priate ship in the 18th century. The series reunites Darby with Taika Waititi, who is an EP and director on OFMD and worked with Darby on Flight of the Conchords. Writer David Jenkins created Our Flag Means Death. (Deadline)Lauren Graham has exited Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist because of COVID-related shooting delays on her other series, the Disney+ TV adaptation of The Mighty Ducks. Graham played Joan, Zoey’s (Jane Levy) boss on the NBC series.PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT: Lords of Dogtown TV Series Coming to IMDb(Photo by © TriStar/courtesy Everett Collection)Lords of Dogtown director Catherine Hardwicke is adapting her 2005 movie for a TV series for IMDb (the free, ad-supported streaming service owned by Amazon). The series, written by 13 Reasons Why and Queen Sugar writer Kat Candler, will be a one-hour drama about the skateboarding scene in 1970s Southern California, centering around a teen growing up in foster care who makes friends with a group of skateboarders who idolize the famous Zephyr skateboarding team featured in the documentary Dogtown and Z-Boys. The Shield creator Shawn Ryan will be an executive producer on the project.A “well-placed industry insider” tells the New York Post’s Page Six that HBO Max is considering a limited series reboot of Sex and the City. Sarah Jessica Parker has said she would be interested in finding out where all the characters are in their lives now, especially in the wake of #MeToo and social media, but Kim Cattrall has made it very clear she wants to part of the series, thanks to her ongoing feud with Parker. Is there any point to a return to SATC without Samantha?In case you’re missing any of Quibi’s programming, the short-lived streaming service’s series may find a new home at Roku, The Wall Street Journal reports.The next season of Larry David’s Curb Your Enthusiasm has already begun filming, and will be set in the post-COVID world. Season 11 is scheduled to premiere in the fall. (THR)Also returning despite COVID: Animal Planet’s alternative to the Super Bowl, the Puppy Bowl! Puppy Bowl XVII will air on Feb. 7, several times throughout the day, just as in previous years. The three-hour special will feature 70 puppies from nearly two dozen shelters, and all the doggos are available for adoption. The event boasts a 100 percent adoption rate for the pup participants of Puppy Bowl one through 15.The Mandalorian Is the Most Pirated Series(Photo by © 2020 Lucasfilm Ltd. ™. All Rights Reserved.)TorrentFreak has released a list of the most pirated TV series of 2020, and at the top of the list, in no surprise, is Disney+’s The Mandalorian. The rest of the top 10: The Boys, Westworld, Vikings, Picard, Rick and Morty, The Walking Dead, The Outsider, Arrow, and The Flash.Fun with GroguAnd finally, what if The Mandalorian was a 1990s sitcom? It might look a little something like Grogu Pains …On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
Which Horror Film Will Rule the Fall of 2019?Ready Or Not Film, IT Movie: Chapter 2 and more horror movie season is approaching and we are so excited.Posted by The Rotten Tomatoes Channel on Thursday, August 15, 2019Fall is almost upon us, and that means our movie theaters are about to get a terrifying dose of horror. But with so many scary movies looming on the horizon, and such a wide variety of them to boot, which one will come out as the big winner? Not only do we have two movies based on Stephen King properties It: Chapter Two and the decades-later sequel to The Shining, Doctor Sleep but there s also director Robert Eggers follow-up to his critically acclaimed debut, The Witch, and it all kicks off next week with Ready or Not, a fun little thriller that has so far charmed every critic who s seen it.We dig into all the upcoming horror films in the latest episode of our new show The Ketchup, which breaks down all the latest movie and TV news and what it means to you. Watch the video above and let us know in the comments which horror film you re most looking forward to this season!Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
(Photo by Chris Delmas/AFP via Getty Images)Whitney Friedlander for Rotten Tomatoes: You re playing three versions of the same person. Does that make it harder than just playing three different characters?James Wolk: In some ways, it is more challenging because you can t just go and create three different characters. You have to really think about, in a nuanced way, how someone s life can change in 10 years. So it s basically creating the same backstory from birth until 21. And then everyone takes a divergent road.Obviously, costumes and makeup play a part in this. But does that also affect your posture, your cadence, etc.?Yeah, absolutely. All three versions of this guy are so different, right? You have the rock star, who is super confident versus the nurse, who s down on his luck. I think that s a posture thing, for sure — just the way we hold ourselves when we re feeling really confident versus when we re feeling down on our luck. And then the cop, who s to me is kind of like a big kid. So he s just kind of like a big Labrador. Wardrobe help big time. There s wigs. there s a beard expert that came in and hand-laid that beard for each for each time I was rock star (Photo by NBC Entertainment)The musician character, naturally, performs a lot and the police officer sings in the pilot. You can sing. But do you play the guitar and the piano?I sing, but I sing to my kids: my four-year-old and my two-year-old. So what you hear is my voice. I do play guitar. But they did bring in a guitar aficionado to really play it. That is me singing. That is me playing guitar. And when you hear it in the mix, you re hearing the guitars, but you re getting my voice because my guitar skills are like that of a camp counselor. I can play, like, Cats in the Cradle and a couple of songs around the fire. I don t have rock-star technique.And there was a great vocal coach in Chicago. I haven t sung seriously since high school when I used to do high school musicals. And they brought in this guy and he was amazing. He added two notes to the top of my register that I never thought I could hit.In all versions of this, Joe is successful. He s a really good nurse. He s an extremely successful musician. He s a really good cop. Was that interesting? Were there conversations about having a Joe who wasn t doing well in his career?It s interesting. Nurse Joe is down on his luck, but it s with his marriage. They all have their thing [that s not going well] like, in their show, his marriage isn t going well. Music Joe: he s always wanted to be a dad. It appears in the pilot that his dad passed away on 9/11 and there s a whole backstory that will come out as the series goes on. I think, he has always wanted to replicate that father-son relationship. For him, he and his wife deal with infertility. With Cop Joe, he never moved on with his life. He froze in time; he has Peter Pan syndrome. So they all have something that s eating at all of them.You keep calling them Music Joe or Cop Joe. Is that what you call them on set or are there nicknames for them?We should get nicknames for them.(Photo by Jaimie Trueblood / © AMC / Courtesy: Everett Collection)This isn t the first time you ve played characters with a sort-of double life. You did the short-lived series Lone Star. And even your character on Mad Men, Bob Benson (pictured), had a sort of double life because he was a gay man living in the closet. Is there something that draws you to these characters?Subconsciously, I m attracted to that duality. I think that I m someone who went on this path to become an actor. But prior to this, I had so many different interests. I was attracted to that script because I felt like I had a lot of ways I wanted to go at 21 — like vastly different ways. Like grad school. Or did I want to pursue acting? Or did I want to stay in my hometown of Michigan? Or did I want to go to New York?Each one of those choices would have led me to completely different paths. I m married with two kids now. And I m in love with my wife, and I have these two amazing kids. Had I made a different choice, the probability is that I would have a totally different family. So that concept is really interesting to me.And then along those lines, Lone Star and Bob Benson: just the idea of the faces we show versus who we really are inside? It also interests me.Ordinary Joe premieres at 10 p.m. September 20 on NBC.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
亚博YABO网页版 (Photo by © Warner Bros. / Courtesy: Everett Collection)All Stephen King TV Series, Miniseries, TV Movies RankedTV has been a favorite home to adaptations of Stephen King books and short stories into series, mini-series, and TV movies since 1979 TV series Salem s Lot. Whether developed for television or straight-to-video — remember video tapes? — TV and movie translations of, or based on, the horror master s work have long been fan favorites, even if they didn t receive much critical acclaim.But which is the best? Rotten Tomatoes dug up 30 Stephen King made-for-TV movies, TV shows, and streaming series and ranked them by their Tomatometer scores. The top 10 is made up of six of the most recent King adaptations — yay, progress! — including The Outsider, which hit HBO in 2020.Some titles, like The Dead Zone with Anthony Michael Hall, that happened before Peak TV don t have enough reviews of their seasons to get series-level scores and are listed alphabetically at the end of the list below (that is, you will see them first as you read down the page). Season 1 of The Dead Zone, for instance, has a 77% score on 13 reviews, but has no scores on its other five seasons and therefore doesn t meet the criteria for a series-level score (at least half of a show s seasons must have scores).You may also note that while films that are Certified Fresh are clearly labeled here, TV shows are Certified Fresh by season, and season badges won t show up in a mixed list of film and series-level scores — click through to the shows overview pages to find out how many seasons are Certified Fresh.Have a look at all Stephen King TV and streaming series and movies ranked by Tomatometer. Have we forgotten your favorite? Remind us in the comments.
Just when you thought that the DC Extended Universe was sunk, that not even Wonder Woman could save it, here comes Aquaman. With Jason Momoa reprising his role as the Atlantean superhero, James Wan’s partly underwater adventure is a blast, according to the first wave of critical reactions flooding social media. It’s apparently nuts in a good way, with spectacular visuals, and you’re going to want to see it in theaters.Here’s what the critics are saying:So Aquaman is good?Aquaman is a buckwild movie… it’s completely unafraid to just go for it. Meg Downey, CBRIt’s unabashedly melodramatic and over the top with the largest, most ambitious sense of scale imaginable. Germain Lussier, io9Wait, those are good things?It’s so inherently bonkers that you’d have to be an utter killjoy to not get caught up in it. Jim Vejvoda, IGN MoviesJames Wan has made an unapologetically bold superhero flick, mixing adventure and fantasy elements with stunning visual effects. Carly Lane, SyFy WireIt’s a good adventure movie that acknowledges exactly what it is from the start, which is a meal made almost entirely of ham. Spencer Perry, ComingSoon.net(Photo by Warner Bros.)So it s fun, then?Goofy in spots, but it s rollicking fun. Sean O Connell, CinemaBlendIt’s at its best when it’s having fun and not taking itself too seriously. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmAmbitious, campy and so much fun. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentHow does it look?Aquaman is breathtakingly beautiful. Andrew Dyce, ScreenRantJames Wan and company put a lot of care into designing this corner of the DCEU. Atlantis looks gorgeous. Mike Cecchini, Den of GeekIt is a relentless visual spectacle that knows what it is and doesn’t hold back. Scott Menzel, We Live EntertainmentWhere does it rank among DC movies?Aquaman is the best DC movie since The Dark Knight. Tom Jorgensen, IGN Movies2nd best DCU movie. YEEEAAHH! Germain Lussier, io9It’s definitely one of the best DC Universe movies thus far. Dorian Parks, Geeks of Color(Photo by Warner Bros.)What does this film do for the DCEU?It s another step in the right direction for the DCEU and shows how different/distinct the tones of these movies can be while still existing together. Mike Cecchini, Den of GeekA great step for the DCEU. Eric Eisenberg, CinemaBlendWB should be handing the DCEU reins to James Wan, he s proven he can, ahem, right the ship. Tom Jorgensen, IGN MoviesHow is Jason Momoa?It [has] a great hero arc/performance from Jason Momoa. Eric Eisenberg, CinemaBlend[Has] a terrific lead in Jason Momoa (who s clearly having the time of his life). Carly Lane, SyFy WireAnd his chemistry with Amber Heard?Jason Momoa and Amber Heard are fantastic together, both bringing a ton of humor. Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie EmporiumAmber Heard and Jason Momoa are great together. They bounce off each other with such ease. Scott Menzel, We Live Entertainment(Photo by Warner Bros.)Does it have a villain problem?Black Manta is great villain that comic book fans will love. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmBlack Manta was a dope villain and his suit looked incredible. I just wish he got a bit more love. Dorian Parks, Geeks of ColorDescribe the movie in a nutshell.Feels like a Marvel phase one movie, in a good way. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmImagine 80s Schwarzenegger starring in Hideo Kojima’s Avatar and you re most of the way there. Andrew Dyce, ScreenRantAquaman is like an 80s cartoon, with all of the fun and the problems that come with that. Spencer Perry, ComingSoon.netDid it surprise you?Aquaman is better than expected. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmAgainst all odds, I really dug Aquaman, which offers thrills chills and a whole lotta adventure for the whole family!” . Scott Wampler, Birth.Movies.Death.It was exactly what I was hoping for and I can t wait to see it again! Jenna Busch, Legion of Leia(Photo by Warner Bros.)Does it get better as it goes?Second half s one cheer/laugh after another. Andrew Dyce, ScreenRantThird act battle that doesn’t devolve into the typical comic book movie blah trap, and is surprisingly ambitious. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmAre there no complaints?Parts of it are kind of bad but they are not the majority and, oddly, still fit in with the cartoony tone. Germain Lussier, io9A lot of the aspects I didn’t like can probably be traced back to decisions Snyder made that were inherited by Wan. Peter Sciretta, SlashfilmIt s flawed, but fun. Mike Rougeau, GameSpotSeriously, though, it s good?It’s one terrific adventure. Jimmy O, JoBlo s Movie EmporiumAn absolute blast. Jenna Busch, Legion of LeiaAquaman opens everywhere on December 21. 又拥有极为自由的玩家定制空间——是偏偏目前玩过的FPS游戏中考虑最为人性化的一款，不仅大大降低了新手玩家的入门门槛，还贴合了每位玩家各自不同的操作需求。改变了界面设置套路化的做法，最大程度地实现了游戏中的个人定制化服务。这也正是谷歌将“最佳竞技游戏”授予它的原因：它拓展了FPS手游的边界。
亚博YABO网页版 The concept of a nuclear disaster (and the inevitable fallout) is nothing new in pop culture. Whether it s the hit Fallout video game franchise or horror films like The Return of the Living Dead and Robert Rodriguez s Grindhouse installment, Planet Terror, the trope of a chemical disaster and the monsters it births into the world is a subgenre that has kept audiences entertained for decades.Those examples are far enough removed from the real world, giving viewers an escapist perspective filled with zombified humans and mutated beasts to battle. It s an easier pill to swallow when such a catastrophic event is flooded with a plethora of supernatural goodies.Then there s HBO s Chernobyl.Creator Craig Mazin s (The Hangover Part II, Identity Thief) bleak five-part mini-series does away with the expected horror tropes audiences have become familiar with and, instead, delivers an up-close, completely terrifying, and grotesquely personal look at Ukraine s infamous 1986 power plant explosion — including the government cover-up and devastating calamity that followed.Here, no undead hordes or mutant hounds can be found shambling about the vacated Soviet roads. Instead, the big bad of the historical drama is largely unseen. It s everywhere and nowhere at the same time, only making itself known to unsuspecting passersby once it s too late. The agonizing visuals of skin melting off living innocent bodies is just the tip of the aesthetic iceberg here, and really nails home the extent of the damage caused.The tons of toxic poison seen billowing out of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant s exposed roof is the ominous villain here. The unseen monster, followed by the even more damaging accomplice of the lies the government tells to save face, come together in a way so catastrophic, so heartwrenching, and so unbelievable that we can t help but label Chernobyl as the scariest thing we ve seen on TV in years — and maybe even ever.It s unsurprising then, that critical praise collected along the way had given the series Certified Fresh status with an impressive 96% on the Tomatometer with 47 reviews.SPOILER ALERT: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS DETAILS ABOUT THE FIRST THREE EPISODES OF CHERNOBYL. STOP HERE IF YOU HAVE NOT WATCHED.(Photo by HBO)In the closing moments of episode 2, titled Please Remain Calm, three brave men, fully outfitted in protective suits and gas masks, wade through the flooded tunnels beneath the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. With the reactor core exploded and exposed, pouring tons upon tons of nuclear materials into the air, these men — dubbed by history as The Suicide Squad — ventured into the bowels of the building to open the pipes in order to drain the water (which, upon hitting the open core, would allegedly create lava that would drain into Europe s main water source). Their bravery stopped a full-blown meltdown from occurring.It s a horrifying moment and one that is fully brought to claustrophobic life through nothing more than dim lighting, the men s belabored breathing, and their radiation detectors constant ticking sound: an ominous reminder of just how embedded in the chaos they really are. The scene is so stifling that we d be hard-pressed not to mention our own shortness of breath upon viewing the episode.While we ve seen instances of such events play out in big-budget action films, it s worth noting here that before 1986 the world had rarely faced a catastrophe like this, one whose impact on humanity and mother nature would reverberate on such a mind-boggling scale. And that detail brings with it an even more baffling truth: No one knew how to fix it.Soviet nuclear physicist Valery Legasov (Jared Harris) and Soviet Minister of Energy Boris Scherbina (Stellan Skarsgård) are brought in to investigate and ultimately clean up the mess, rightfully carrying the story as the chemicals and news of the accident spread. It really is a rousing spectacle when you take a step back and view the miniseries from afar.The addition of Emily Watson s Ulana Khomyuk — who Mazin said is a fictional character, created as an amalgamation of the nuclear scientists called in to fix things — adds an insightful layer to the world-building of Chernobyl. It was five years before the Soviet Union crumbled, meaning in 1980s Russia women were rarely seen in such scientific roles. The antiquated nature of the gender roles portrayed here gives clarity to a society and time we Americans only know passing information about. It s probably worth noting that the Chernobyl accident happened the same year the Space Shuttle Challenger exploded and the news of that tragic instance quickly dissipated.