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亚博登录地址采用百度引擎8(Baidu 1)积分赛匹配的预期经常在60秒以上,甚至在北京时间的凌晨可能5分钟都匹配不到人,也在反映着《英雄联盟》手游在国际服的活跃玩家数量有限,有限且更可能来自东亚。

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ow up – but when they do, the tension ratchets up to levels that have some calling The Descent the best horror movie of the 2000s. The director combines two effective distraction techniques for this terrifying “boo”: we’re both emotionally invested in the argument and trying to follow it as Marshall’s camera – the action already obscured with night-vision – swings from person to person. When it swings back to find a beastie standing behind Alex Reid’s Rebecca, we’re completely unprepared. Cue piercing growl.3. I saw her face from The Ring (2002) 71%You can argue that this kind of cut-away is the cheapest trick, randomly popping up in the middle of a compelling conversation, but that doesn’t make it any less effective. And in The Ring, it’s all the more effective for offering one of our earliest looks at the contorted, disturbing, Munch-like expressions with which Samara leaves her victims. We saw her face, too, and we won’t be forgetting it any time soon.2. Hand claps from The Conjuring (2013) 86%It’s the jump scare so good they built a teaser trailer on it. In this scene, the scariest moment in the universe-spawning first Conjuring movie, director James Wan plays us brilliantly: there’s the slow lure down the staircase, the bouncing basketball, the exploding lightbulb, and then a moment of silence before the out-of-nowhere hands reach in for a quick clap-clap. A brilliant callback.1. Scary Bilbo from The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) 91%Just about the last place you would expect one of the most effective jump scares ever, but in a franchise of talking trees, magic rings, and all-seeing fire eyeballs, you ought to expect the unexpected. After being stabbed by a Ringwraith, Frodo awakes healed in Rivendell, believing he s completed his journey to deliver the One Ring to the elf stronghold. Oh, sweet summer child. Frodo then reunites with Bilbo and they engage in nostalgic conversation. Even after retirement far away from the Shire, Bilbo feels the corrupting pull of the ring, transforming into a snarling freak who grabs at Frodo. Peter Jackson s Lord of the Rings trilogy, like the books it s based on, has an intoxicating quality, drawing viewers deep into Tolkien s universe through simple, quiet dialogue between old friends, so this jump scare feels like the ultimate violation of a moment s respite.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. 此外,可以收购并整合一些游戏工作室,自己打造一批二次元IP手游,形成自己特有的二次元手游产业链;另外由于目前手游一直是社会舆论的热点,对于国家政策要有可预见性,尽量做到及时规避风险,减小损失。
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(Photo by Kristian King)Twice As Good is part of the Scene in Color Film Series, presented by Target, which shines a light on incredible filmmaking talent. As part of the series, three emerging filmmakers will receive mentorship from producer Will Packer, and their films are available to watch on Rotten Tomatoes, MovieClips Indie Channel, Peacock, and the NBC App.In Twice As Good, from Brooklyn-based filmmaker Kristian King, a high school over-achiever is in a nerve-racking dilemma: It’s College Decision Day, expectations are high, and she’s harboring a weighty secret that could disappoint the family, friends, and teachers who believe in her. (And we mean really believe in her: one teacher regularly bakes her pastries.)Ann Pearson is the over-achiever in question, a valedictorian whose every moment of every day seems marked by a push for perfection. We see papers stamped with A++ and rows of shining trophies. The film’s first spoken words are, in fact, “Perfect as always,” said by Ann’s mom, a lawyer, as her daughter dishes up a flawless omelet for breakfast. The pressure Ann feels to never show a crack – even though she knows one is coming – generates suspense in a story that its creator says shows a different side of Black life in America.“I’ve always been interested in Black stories that explore beyond the stereotypes,” King says. “I grew up in the suburbs amongst high achievers and with a mom who values education. But there’s another side to it, which is that it can be hard to figure out what you want and what you want to do.”Twice As Good is a mirror of King’s own story: She was on the “med school path” studying biology at Duke before discovering her love of film, which put her in her own dilemma – how to tell her parents she no longer wanted to be a doctor. She channeled that experience into the character of Ann. “I wanted to see that portrayed in a Black character,” King says. “I wanted to see someone who is a perfectionist, and had everything right, and really was driven and focused and yet was carrying this huge secret inside of her.”King expertly captures that pressure, aided by a star turn by Sojourner Brown as Ann, and delivers a film deeply relatable to its creator and ultimately moving to those who see it.See more shorts and meet more filmmakers from the Scene in Color Film Series.亚博登录地址Subscribers of HBO MAX get two Seth Rogens for the price of one with the streaming service’s first original feature, An American Pickle. Rogen stars as a Jewish immigrant in 1919 who winds up thrust forward a century into modern America, where he meets his great-great-grandson — also played by Rogen. The one-man, two-character comedy is receiving mostly positive reviews, which highlight a sentimentality over hilarity as well as a surprising performance from its lead in his dual roles.Here’s what critics are saying about An American Pickle:Does HBO Max have its first hit on its hands?It marks an auspicious beginning and is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.  Pete Hammond, DeadlineAn American Pickle is an absolutely brilliant two-hander… it’s exactly what we need right now.  Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionIn a time when we can all use a good laugh, An American Pickle very much delivers.  Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendEven premiering on HBO Max, it feels awfully inconsequential, like an ambitious Funny or Die sketch.  Matt Singer, ScreenCrush(Photo by HBO Max)How is Seth Rogen?This dual performance is the best, purest thing he s ever done as an artist, in front of or behind the camera. Matt Zoller Seitz, RogerEbert.comAn American Pickle features what may be the most mature performance we’ve seen from Seth Rogen in a while. Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesThe most exciting part of this pickle is Rogen s breaking of his manchild mold to explore roles more challenging, rich, and uniquely funny. Kristy Puchko, IGNAn American Pickle gets by on the strength (or make that strengths) of Rogen’s performance. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmRogen is so adept at breathing depth into two distinct roles. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterBoth roles ultimately demand a lot from Rogen, and he is exceptional. Eric Eisenberg, Cinema BlendSo two Seth Rogens isn t too much Seth Rogen?I was expecting something along the lines of Adam Sandler in Jack and Jill, but what I got instead is reminiscent of Nic Cage in Adaptation. Rendy Jones, Rendy ReviewsThe movie trickery, laid on with extensive CGI effects, is impressive, aided immeasurably by Rogen in top form on both accounts. Pete Hammond, DeadlineWhile the premise is promising, the execution aches from the growing pains of Rogen s shifting persona. Kristy Puchko, IGN(Photo by HBO Max)Is it funny?It’s not laugh-out-loud funny; it’s folksy funny. Michael Roffman, Consequence of SoundAn American Pickle is more interesting than laugh-out-loud hilarious. Mike Ryan, Uproxx[It’s] a comedy too contrived to be convincing and too formulaic to be funny. Owen Gleiberman, VarietyThere are some scattered laughs but it s not particularly funny. Brian Truitt, USA TodayAn American Pickle lacks the focus to be hilarious or emotional. Instead, it’s a frustrating, ramshackle affair. Matt Goldberg, ColliderDoes it hold particular appeal if you re Jewish?An American Pickle is most certainly the type of film that will appeal more so to Jewish viewers than a broad comedy audience. Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesThe humor is for the most part genuinely funny, and even doubly funny if you share in the Jewish references. Gabriella Geisinger, Digital Spy(Photo by HBO Max)Is this a more sentimental affair?There’s a lot of heart behind the picture’s sentiments about familial honor, work ethic and religious heritage. Courtney Howard, Fresh FictionAn American Pickle uses arguably the dumbest concept imaginable to tell a surprisingly tender story. Brandon Katz, ObserverThere’s an undeniable and lovely sweetness at play in this film; a type of warmth and acceptance that helps elevate the entire package. Chris Evangelista, SlashfilmAn American Pickle is swift and nimble enough to avoid weighing itself down with schmaltz. A.O. Scott, New York TimesIts soulful sweetness outweighs its flaws. David Rooney, Hollywood ReporterAn American Pickle premieres on HBO Max on Thursday, August 6.

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手游相比其他行业,高点位返点比例,除去微薄的成本费,顾客利润空间还是相当可观的。手游持续周期也是比较长,持续推广,利润就如滚雪球般日益增长!

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Join us weekly as Rotten Tomatoes reports on what s indie features are streaming. From promising releases by new voices to experimental efforts from storied filmmakers – or perhaps the next indie darling to go the distance for end-of-year accolades – we will break it all down for you here each week.For the foreseeable future, the specialty box office and all theatrical releases will be on hold as we all make efforts to socially distance ourselves and reduce the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. With that in mind, we have reshaped our Indie Fresh List. This week we have a slam poetry doc, a haunted house horror film, and a biopic about Madam Curie. In our Spotlight section, we have Dave Franco s directorial debut film about a creepy Airbnb. In our Indie Trailer section, we have new clips from films starring Brenton Thwaites, Tobias Menzies, and Jackass Steve-O.Streaming This Weekend
The first How To Train Your Dragon remains one of the five biggest word-of-mouth sensations ever to open in March in over 2,500 theaters. Then How To Train Your Dragon 2 opened just a bit better than its predecessor in the summer of 2014. This weekend, the final chapter of the animated trilogy is living up to all the expectations its predecessors have set.King of the Crop: Dragon Poised To Become Franchise’s Biggest Success(Photo by Universal Pictures)How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World maintains the strong critical support of the series, registering a 91% on the Tomatometer compared to the first two s 98% 92%, respectively. The 2010 original opened to .7 million and finished with 7.5 million (a 4.97 multiple) and the 2014 sequel started with .4 million and ended with 7 million (a 3.57 multiple.) The Hidden World was expected to gross somewhere in-between that range but instead defied the tracking services and made .5 million over the weekend. That is the eighth best opening ever in February, the second for an animated film behind The Lego Movie’s million start, and the biggest opening of 2019 until Captain Marvel opens in two weeks. And with a production budget that has shrunk from 5 to 5 to 9 million, The Hidden World is going to be the most profitable film in the series.Rotten Returns: Why Are We (Not) Fighting?(Photo by WWE Films)How To Train Your Dragon was not the only film to register over 90% on the Tomatometer this weekend, but audiences just were not swayed to attend Fighting with My Family. The Stephen Merchant wrestling dramedy opened to just million after a four-theater limited stint last week produced 8,780. The selling of Dwayne Johnson’s two-scene cameo (as himself) and a “surprise” screening at Sundance to build buzz a month ago was not enough to get it into eight digits. The Top Ten And Beyond: Alita Takes A Dive, But The Upside Reaches Milestone(Photo by 20th Century Fox)While box office analysts have been fighting the good fight for Alita: Battle Angel all week, this weekend’s numbers tell a much different story. Sure it is important to watch the international dollars flow in – and they are to the current tune of nearly 4 million – but as I mentioned here last week anything under 0 million domestic means it is unlikely to break even. Of the 16 films with an opening weekend between -29 million, Alita’s million is the second lowest second weekend ever, ahead of only last year’s Pacific Rim: Uprising. Thanks to an extra day on the schedule and previews on Jan. 31, Alita is just about even with Uprising total’s .3 million gross but it is getting nowhere close to 0 million here in the U.S. and is still going to need around 0 million to get out of the red.By tomorrow, The Upside should hit the 0 million mark as it continues to chase Glass, which at 7.9 million appears will finish south of The Village’s 4 million. The Lego Movie 2 is not there yet, but it will be despite its final estimates being downgraded to the 0 million range rather than 0. Ralph Breaks the Internet will be hitting 0 million domestic this week and it has cleared over 4 million worldwide.It’s going to take What Men Want and Isn’t It Romantic to pool their resources to reach 0 million. Both Cold Pursuit and Happy Death Day 2U are going to come in somewhere around million each. Roadside Attractions’ Run the Race (40% at RT) made it into the Top Ten with .27 million. Finally, Peter Jackson’s WWI documentary, They Shall Not Grow Old, has now grossed .4 million, now more than what Mortal Engines made in its theatrical run.This Time Last Year: T’Challa Ruled But A Pair Of Future Classics Were Born(Photo by © Marvel Studios)Black Panther was going nowhere from the #1 spot with 1.6 million, which was the second highest second weekend of all time behind Star Wars: The Force Awakens. That was until Avengers: Infinity War came along a few months later and knocked it back to third. Ryan Coogler’s film passed the 0 million mark in just its tenth day. Opening against it were two films that have already begun to stand the test of time. Game Night (84%) opened in second to million and Alex Garland’s Annihiliation (88%) was fourth with million. Those films helped raise the average of the Top Ten on the Tomatometer to 61.5% as they grossed 7 million. This year’s Top Ten grossed 2.0 And averaged 66.1% on the Tomatometer.On the Vine: Madea Aims For #1 And Neil Jordan Returns To Wide Release(Photo by Lionsgate)Tyler Perry returns with his first directorial effort in four months with A Madea Family Funeral. Perry has not cracked the million mark since 2016 but when his most famous character appears in the title those films have averaged a .7 million opening and a final gross of .6 million. Focus is also going wide with Neil Jordan’s latest, Greta. The 2018 Toronto Film Festival premiere has a 71% on the Tomatometer and is Jordan’s first wide release since 2007’s The Brave One.The Full Top 10: February 15-18How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (2019) 90% – .52 million (.02 million total)Alita: Battle Angel (2019) 61% – .00 million (.68 million total)The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (2019) 84% – .01 million (.61 million total)Fighting With My Family (2019) 93% – .01 million (.01 million total)Isn't It Romantic (2019) 70% – .51 million (.7 million total)What Men Want (2019) 41% – .20 million (.06 million total)Happy Death Day 2U (2019) 71% – .98 million (.61 million total)Cold Pursuit (2019) 68% – .3 million (.08 million total)The Upside (2017) 43% – .21 million (.74 million total)Run the Race (2018) 40% – .27 million (.27 million total)

近年来,随着端游IP逐渐向受众更广的移动端延续生命力,是完全复刻端游内容还是进行全面革新,一直是游戏厂商所思考的问题。在画面和玩法上复刻端游,并巧妙地迎合当下手游用户习惯的《剑网1:归来》,能否在2021年竞争激烈的手游市场中占领一席之地,为武侠类MMO手游注入新鲜血液,为经典IP的手游化提供另一种方向,让我们拭目以待。
Though it seems strictly a don t try this at home proposal, we went ahead and asked the cast of Amazon Prime Video s new vigilante series Hunters how to hunt a Nazi. Rotten Tomatoes host Naz Perez interrogated cast members Logan Lerman, Jerrika Hinton, Saul Rubinek, Carol Kane, Josh Radnor, Greg Austin, Tiffany Boone, Louis Ozawa, and Kate Mulvany and found out how their characters approach the job, what it s like working with acting legend Al Pacino, and the series heightened comic-book style.Hunters is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
Here come the Men in Black again. More than 20 years after the MIB franchise began with the 1997 comic book adaptation starring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones and and seven years since the release of the previous installment, Men in Black: International arrives with new leads, Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth, and new locations. Will the reboot sequel kick off a new series of movies? Should it? Early reviews ahead of its release indicate the MIB should have stuck with just the original trilogy. It might not be as bad as Men in Black II (or is it?), but there’s apparently just no good reason for it to exist.Here’s what critics are saying about Men in Black International:Is this a worthy resurrection?In a sense, it kind of feels like the perfect sequel to the original Men in Black. It’s an entertaining movie made better by the people in it.  Beth Elderkin, io9[It’s] as much fun as a MIB movie should be but with an international spin and some updated swagger.  Sherin Nicole, idobi.comMen in Black International aims to erase any memory that you’ve seen all this before… the last time was a whole lot better.  Eric Kohn, IndieWireThere’s little here that justifies prolonging a series that should probably have been Neuralyzed a couple of movies ago.  Neil Smith, Total FilmThere’s just no reason why Men in Black needed to be revived here other than it exists in an era of eternal intellectual property revival.  David Crow, Den of GeekNothing in the film felt like a vital piece of the Men in Black puzzle.  Anne Cohen, Refinery29[Continues] the trend of reviving known properties past their expiration date… finding comfort in the familiar rather than creating a bold new vision.  Robert Daniels, 812filmreviews(Photo by Columbia Pictures)So it s just more of the same?More of the same just done with flashier effects. Robert Daniels, 812filmreviewsA bland variation on the same MiB routine…[a] baffling cash grab. Eric Kohn, IndieWireThere are enough new ideas in International to set it apart from previous films in the Men in Black franchise. Molly Freeman, ScreenRantIt doesn t go down the remake route… instead of retreads of scenes from the first movie, there are just nods to the franchise s tropes.  Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyBut it doesn t repeat what actually works in the earlier movies?International manages to fundamentally misunderstand practically everything that made the original film so endearing, and so enduring. Joe Skrebels, IGN MoviesThe Men in Black equivalent of a latter-day Die Hard sequel, a movie that succeeds its predecessors in name only and fundamentally misunderstands what made the original appealing. Todd Gilchrist, NerdistIs it memorable on its own?Instantly forgettable. Audiences may feel as if they’ve been instantly ‘neuralysed’ after watching it, but the experience is fun while it lasts. Geoffrey Macnab, IndependentYou can sit through it without much complaint, but you won’t need neuralysing to forget the whole thing an hour or two later. Tim Robey, Daily TelegraphIt’s an improvement over Men in Black II and Men in Black 3, sequels that even its makers may have forgotten. Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune(Photo by Columbia Pictures)How is the chemistry between Thompson and Hemsworth?The film lives and dies through Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson’s chemistry… these two must have had a lot of fun on set. Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesIt helps that [they] already established a kind of playfully combative dynamic in Thor: Ragnarok upon which it’s a pleasure to watch them build here. Peter Debruge, VarietyThe easy rapport is still there… [but] because it s a more by-the-book setup, it s slightly less interesting than the dynamic the actors had as Thor and Valkyrie. Molly Freeman, ScreenRantHemsworth and Thompson mine some easy chemistry, though never nearing the perfect alchemy of Smith and Jones before them. Dan Mecca, The Film StageDoes Tessa Thompson stand out?The best thing about the revamped Men in Black series is actually a woman… this is a fine and unexpected showcase for Thompson, whose poise and composure are notable. Todd McCarthy, Hollywood ReporterThe most satisfying thing about this outlandish extension of the MIB series comes from watching her step up to the challenge of co-headlining a blockbuster. Peter Debruge, VarietyShe’s simply interesting and funny and real, while also floating slightly above each new outsized absurdity… she lightens the load and keeps everything moving efficiently. Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune(Photo by Columbia Pictures)What about Chris Hemsworth?As he proved in 2016’s Ghostbusters reboot, Hemsworth has a natural comic talent that’s been under-exploited in most of his work. Peter Debruge, VarietyHere’s hoping he continues to play funny. Dan Mecca, The Film StageHemsworth has a little fun in the part, but he’s going at half-speed, like everything else. Roger Moore, Movie NationAgent H is basically Thor in a penguin suit. Eric Kohn, IndieWireHow are the villains?I was in awe every time [Les Twins] were onscreen, and their abilities were used to their fullest potential to make an incredibly vivid visual. Beth Elderkin, io9Instead of being horrified by the nasty new alien adversaries H and M are fighting, we’re left perplexed as to why there have now been three movies this year that feature shapeshifting visitors from imperiled planets. David Crow, Den of GeekRebecca Ferguson s fun cameo makes you wish that her alien arms dealer Riza was the main villain. Ian Sandwell, Digital SpyOf the assorted supporting players, Ferguson does the most, and has the most fun with limited screen time. Todd McCarthy, Hollywood ReporterRebecca Ferguson [is] incredible in this tiny role. Robert Daniels, 812filmreviews(Photo by Columbia Pictures)Is there another standout performance in the movie?The true standout is Kumail Nanjiani, putting in memorable voice work as sidekick Pawny…nearly every joke lands when delivered by the saucy little alien. Dan Mecca, The Film StageNanjiani s Pawny is a fun addition. Molly Freeman, ScreenRantHis one liners and matter-of-fact delivery are quotable and will keep you giggling. Sherin Nicole, idobi.comI liken his role to that of Frank in MIB 2 with the exception being that this is a much better film. Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesPawny’s the funniest creation in a movie that often doesn’t go far enough with its outlandish parade of bug-eyed creations. Eric Kohn, IndieWireNanjiani s tiny alien friend is cute comic relief, even if he feels like a deus ex-machina in the final act. Anne Cohen, Refinery29Is the movie funny?It’s telling the biggest laugh in the film is a direct reference to Hemsworth’s work as an Avenger. Joe Skrebels, IGN MoviesWhat works is what’s funny. Michael Phillips, Chicago TribuneThe jokes land right where they should. Sherin Nicole, idobi.com(Photo by Columbia Pictures)How are the action and special effects?The fight choreography and action sequences are solid… the alien designs in this movie are fantastic. Beth Elderkin, io9Any set pieces here work best when introducing multitudes of fun creatures as well as showing off top-notch set and prop design. Dan Mecca, The Film StageThe action set pieces are largely forgettable, with the exception of the design and powers of the alien adversaries. Molly Freeman, ScreenRant[F. Gary] Gray doesn’t share Barry Sonnenfeld’s skill for juggling live-action and visual effects… in terms of basic execution, Men in Black: International is a mess. Peter Debruge, VarietyWill we look forward to another installment?I’m already anticipating the next film in the series!… Men in Black: International brings a solid foundation for a new trilogy. Danielle Solzman, Solzy at the MoviesNothing demonstrates such constraints more than the film’s ending, which confusingly features an open-ended scene meant to bridge to another installment. Robert Daniels, 812filmreviewsMen in Black: International opens in theaters June 14, 2019.
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ot with very little. The Wrap s Carlos Aguilar said: “The 2D animated rendering of the master filmmaker is more graphic interpretation than faithful portrait, perfect to cruise between reality and the anxiety-fueled nightmares that besiege his sleep.”The Wolf House (2018) 96%Country: Chile(Photo by Kimstim Films)An eerie stop-motion animation that will chill you to your bones, La Casa Lobo is not for the faint of heart. It tells the story of Maria, a woman who escapes a secretive German colony as she takes refuge in a house in southern Chile. Directors Jaoquín Cociña and Cristóbal León shot the film over five years, using 12 different locations in the process, including Casa Maauad in Mexico City, the National Museum of Fine Arts in Santiago, Chile, and Upstream Gallery in Amsterdam, Netherlands. All that globe-trotting seems to have paid off in terrifying dividends: Critics agree it’s a viewing experience like no other. La Casa Lobo is an instant folk-horror classic, a terrifying fairy tale bound to stick with you long after the credits roll. Olimpia (2018) Country: MexicoIn 1968, a coalition of students from across México came together to push for social and political change. This protest, known as the Mexican Movement of 1968 (Movimiento Estudiantil), provides the backdrop for Olimpia. The film follows three students at the Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) as the school is seized by the military following massive student-led unrest. It s been hailed by critics for showing a new perspective on the events, drawing comparisons to 1968 s El Grito, the long-banned documentary that captured the protests as they unfolded. The outcome resulted in several high-profile massacres with a lasting impact on the country (as seen in Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma, set between 1970 and 1971), and Olimpia effectively re-creates the events which ignited the movement. The rotoscope effect adds a layer of reality to the proceedings, while simultaneously giving it an uncanny valley feel that amps up the tension. An important film about an important moment of time, Olimpia is a good starting place for anyone looking to learn more about the Movimiento Estudiantil. Coco (2017) 97%Country: USA(Photo by Pixar / courtesy Everett Collection)A celebration of music and country, Coco is widely known in the U.S. as an English-language film, but the Spanish-language version of the film is one of the few dubs that is widely beloved (next to the epic Spanish language dub of The Lion King, of course). Coco was the first film released by the studio to feature an exclusively Latinx cast, and cast members including Gael García Bernal, Alfonso Arua, Sofía Espinosa, Luis Valdez, and Carla Medina were able to reprise their roles for the dub. Doubly helpful was everyone doing their own singing. The radio version of main heartbreaker “Remember Me” was sung by Mexicana folk singer Natalia Lafourcade and US pop star Miguel, both of whom were already up to the task of singing en Español. Because the story already takes place in México and deals with culturally specific beliefs and celebrations, there’s little about the movie’s content that reads as phony, helping it become the highest-grossing original animated film in México. That, and releasing it just in time for Día de los Muertos. Whatever language you watch it in, Coco is a celebration of Mexican life, culture, and music that’s perfect for viewers of all ages. Birdboy: The Forgotten Children (2015) 94%Country: SpainBased on co-director Alberto Vázquez’ graphic novel, Birdboy takes place on an island devastated by a massive factory explosion that has left half its land toxic, the water fishless, and our hero Birdboy possessed by a demon. After spending years isolated from the rest of society, Birdboy’s life is forever changed when Dinki, a young mouse from an abusive home, finds him on her journey to freedom. Their attempts to escape the island are undermined by a ruthless police force determined to find and capture Birdboy dead or alive. You know, just your basic coming-of-age story that tackles ecological disaster, drug abuse, and the dangers of religious extremism. The 2016 Best Animated Feature winner at the Goya Awards (and a Rotten Tomatoes off-the-radar staff pick), Birdboy was hailed by critics as an oddball triumph, heavily praised for its striking animation at once whimsical and terrifying and ability to find hope inside its dark world. If the themes didn’t make it obvious, Birdboy is definitely not for younger viewers (though anyone old enough to Tweet is likely already familiar with the abject terror of living in a world on fire and may find it, sadly, #relatablecontent). Those equipped to wade into this dreary world may find themselves leaving with a little more hope than they ever could have imagined.Virus tropical (2017) 78%Country: Colombia(Photo by Interior13 Cine)Virus Tropical is a black-and-white piece of animated perfection based on Colombian-Ecuadorian cartoonist Power Paola’s graphic memoirs of the same name. Paola, the youngest of three siblings and by far the strangest, can’t seem to figure out how to fit in a society that demands compliance. It’s an exploration of identity, a coming-of-age story rich with self discovery. The film’s animation is reminiscent of Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis, sketchy in the best sense and full of imaginative imagery born of Paola’s particular worldview. It’s a joyous, melancholy ode to growing up and learning how to be yourself against all odds. Underdogs (2013) 67%Country: Argentina(Photo by TWC / courtesy Everett Collection)Football (or, as Ted Lasso would call it, soccer) fans will find much to like in Metegol, a charming 3D animated feature known in the U.S. as Underdogs. The film follows Amadeo and his beloved foosball table, whose figurines have suddenly come to life. Together, they must defeat an evil bully who is determined to destroy them. Though director Juan José Campanella is better known for his live-action filmography, which includes The Secret in Their Eyes and several episodes of AMC’s outstanding Halt and Catch Fire, he works well in the animated space. The camera work is fluid, and though it has some of the shortcomings of lower-budgeted CGI, it’s never distracting to the story. It’s geared toward younger audiences, but it moves quickly enough, and once the jokes start rolling even viewers may find themselves chuckling along.Wrinkles (2014) 93%Country: Spain(Photo by GKids / courtesy Everett Collection)Most animated features feel like they re geared towards young people, and it’s even rarer to find animated films that take on the complexities of aging. Writer Paco Roca’s Arrugas (adapted from his comic book of the same name) explores the lives of elderly people living in a retirement home. As newly admitted Emilio becomes acquainted with his new surroundings via his charming roommate Miguel (who may or may not be a bit of a kleptomaniac), it dawns on Emilio that he is not simply here because he is old; he has early onset Alzhemiers. The recipient of the 2014 Goya Award for Best Animated Feature, Arrugas doesn’t sugarcoat much, which can make it a bit difficult to watch. But with a charming cast of characters, warm humor, and endless insight, it s a bittersweet meditation on life and love. Unfortunately the original version of the film isn’t currently streaming in the U.S., but if you’re curious you may be able to find the English dub, which features Martin Sheen and George Coe in the lead roles. Anina (2013) Country: Uruguay/Colombia(Photo by 3GTG )Anina, adapted from a novel by Sergio López Suárez, tells the story of young Anina Yatay Salas, the girl with the triple palindrome name (thanks, dad). After a fateful sandwich-related mishap, Anina and her arch nemesis, Yisel, receive a punishment so strange it nearly breaks Anina’s wild spirit. It was submitted as Uruguay s entry for Best Foreign Language film for the 86th Academy Awards, and though it wasn’t nominated, remains a lovely feat of 2D animation from director Alfredo Soderguit. Chico & Rita (2010) 87%Country: Spain/UK(Photo by GKIDS)Chico Rita has more than enough music and energy to keep you dancing long into the night. It tells the tale of the titular Cuban musicians whose passion for their craft is matched only by their love and adoration for one another. Winner of the Goya Award for Best Animated Film, Chico Rita’s unique animation style flows as freely as the jazz music at its center. Each frame seems to dance to the beat, the camera pushing and pulling as fluidly as it would in any live-action film. It s truly a wonder to watch unfold, which is probably why in addition to being the first Spanish language title ever to receive a nomination for Best Animated Feature at the 84th Academy Awards Chico Rita is currently Certified Fresh. Una carta épica de amor a Cuba y su música, Chico Rita is one for the ages. Fat, Bald, Short Man (2011) Country: ColombiaWe all get a little insecure sometimes. In Carlos Osuna’s Gordo, calvo, y bajito, Antonio Farfan firmly believes all the misfortunes of his life can be traced back to three things: He is fat, he is bald, and he is short. When a fatter, shorter, balder man arrives at his office, Antonio must face the facts: Maybe the problem isn’t his looks after all. Maybe it s him. It’s a moving film, with  simple rotoscoped animation capturing Antonio’s mental gymnastics as he attempts to unlearn everything he knows about himself and become the person he was always meant to be. Nocturna (2007) Country: Spain/France(Photo by GKIDS)When the stars start disappearing, orphan Tim must find a way to save them, lest he and all of Nocturna be forever stuck in the dark. Nocturna’s animation is gorgeous, a spiraling dreamland that recalls the beauty of Van Gogh’s Starry Night, but with computer-generated graphics. Though the story is aimed squarely at young viewers, this timeless tale of courage in the face of adversity and finding light in the dark will resonate with audiences of all ages. A visual feast filled with fantastic characters and brought to life by an impressive voice cast, including Imanol Arias, Nocturna is well worth a watch. () Country: ArgentinaDirector s Liliana Romero and Norman Ruiz’ Fierro is an animated adaptation of José Hernández’ epic poem, Martín Fierro, an important cultural touchstone figure for Argentina. It begins with young Fierro living with his family on their ranch, whose existence is upended when he is drafted to protect the Argentine border from Indigenous hostiles. When Fierro becomes disillusioned with his position, he defects and joins the Indigenous cause in a story of corruption, freedom, and justice. The characters in the film were all designed by Roberto Fontanarrosa, an Argentinian cartoonist and writer who sadly died before the film’s release. The film’s 2D animation is Newgrounds-esque, which works well for Fontanarrosa’s characters. The static backgrounds (often simply of expansive sky) add a sense of space and place to the provincial setting, and a surreal quality to Fierro’s moments of introspection. It’s a fitting adaptation that lives up to both its source material and the late cartoonist who helped create it. () Country: MexicoYou have to crack a few eggs to make an omelette, but what if the egg had a say in becoming breakfast? That’s the dilemma for Toto, a talking egg who is snatched from his hen-mother just moments after being laid to be processed as food. After being sold to a household with a very egg-hungry cat, Toto is determined to get back to his mother with the help of some friends, and become the rooster he was meant to be. Una pelicula de huevos was the first feature from Mexican animation studio Huevocartoon Producciones, and was so well received in Mexico it still holds its place as the 10th highest-grossing film produced in the country. Though it never received a theatrical release in the U.S., it hatched two sequels (including 2015 s Huevos: Little Rooster s Egg-cellent Adventure) and even spawned a video game. The animation is fairly simple (think WB Saturday morning Cartoons in their heyday not the most exciting, but it gets the job done), so the real draw is the humor. The film is an extension of shorts created by Rodolfo Riva Palacio and Gábriel Riva Palacio, who also helm the feature. Though the feature-length version’s humor is toned down for younger audiences, there are still traces of the short’s double entendres.

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如果仅仅只是美术表现上的提升,这款游戏或许很难获得现在的赞誉,《黑色沙漠(手游)》的“大世界”还体现在同样走“真实系”路线的交互反馈。游戏的战斗模式采用了无锁定视觉,通过画面中央起到瞄准作用的圈型准心,作为玩家对位置和距离把握的参考。再结合手机的震动反馈,游戏可以更加细致地反映真实的打斗效果,包括在战斗过程中的物理碰撞,怪物被击退、击倒,玩家角色受到的攻击,都可以通过手机的震动反馈带来比肩动作游戏的真实手感。 This week s Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering new titles like The Bodyguard, Gladiator 2, and Wonka.This WEEK S TOP STORYAPPLE WINS HEATED AUCTION FOR A CLOONEY AND PITT REUNION(Photo by ©Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)Movie stars fake friendships on movie sets all the time, but one franchise in which the stars seemed to genuinely enjoy working together was Steven Soderbergh s Ocean s Eleven (and its sequels), and that included the franchise s three biggest stars, George Clooney, Brad Pitt, and Matt Damon. Over last weekend, the news broke that George Clooney and Brad Pitt were attached to star in an untitled thriller package that became the subject of a heated bidding war amongst such companies as Amazon, Annapurna, Apple, Lionsgate, MGM, Netflix, Sony, Universal, and Warner Bros. When the dust settled, the project was won by Apple Studios, which will reportedly give the film a robust theatrical release in addition to a likely release on Apple TV+ as well. The premise of the thriller is being kept secret, but the director who s attached is Jon Watts, who is coming off his hot streak as the director of all three Spider-Man movies starring Tom Holland. Critics generally loved both Spider-Man: Homecoming (Certified Fresh at 92%) and Spider-Man: Far from Home (Certified Fresh at 90%), and the third film Spider-Man: No Way Home (12/17/2021) suggests some multiverse-shaking changes for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. When the trailer for the latter dropped, it also broke Avengers: Endgame s record for most views in 24 hours, which indicates it ll likely be another hit when it debuts in December.Other Top Headlines1. TONY-WINNING PLAYWRIGHT REVEALS CHANGES FOR THE BODYGUARD REMAKE (Photo by Warner Bros. courtesy Everett Collection)Playwright Matthew Lopez became the first Latino writer to win the Tony Award for Best Play (for The Inheritance) Sunday night, and that was also an opportunity for reporters to find out more information on the high profile film project Lopez is working on right now. It was just two weeks ago that we learned Lopez was now working on the remake of the Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner 1990s classic The Bodyguard, and we now have a better idea of how Lopez is revisiting the premise. Lopez revealed that the singer in his version will be a young Latina performer, rather than the established star that Whitney Houston played in the original. Lopez elaborated, It’s about how her life has changed because she is an overnight sensation. In the 21st century, that means she’s in immediate need of protection. It s not yet known who Warner Bros. might be considering for the role of the singer or the title character.2. RIDLEY SCOTT PROMISES GLADIATOR 2 WILL BE NEXT AFTER HIS NAPOLEON MOVIE (Photo by ©DreamWorks courtesy Everett Collection)Prolific director Ridley Scott turns 84 next month, but he shows no sign of slowing down anytime soon, especially considering that he has two films being released in the next two months: The Last Duel (10/15/2021) and House of Gucci (11/24/2021). Scott is currently preparing to direct Joaquin Phoenix as Napoleon Bonaparte in the historical epic Kitbag for Apple Studios, but he s already making promises about the next film after that. Ridley Scott said this week that I m having [the next] Gladiator written now. So when I ve done Napoleon, Gladiator will be ready to go. If it s okay to spoil a movie that came out over two decades ago, several of the characters in Gladiator didn t survive, so it s unclear who will be featured in the sequel, since there were plenty of gladiators in ancient Rome to pick from. The Napoleon epic Kitbag is expected to be released in 2023, so we might get Gladiator 2 in 2024 or so.3. TIMOTHEE CHALAMET S WONKA PREQUEL ADDS THREE FAMOUS BRITS (Photo by Steve Mack, Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection)Timothée Chalamet s Dune remake is still a few weeks away from release (in the USA anyway), but he is already preparing to work on another ambitious project that revisits a popular character. Chalamet will be the third actor (after Gene Wilder and Johnny Depp) to play the title character in the prequel Wonka, which will be directed by Paul King, director of the Paddington movies, which are both Certified Fresh at 97% and 99%. The Wonka cast has been slowly growing over the past few weeks (including the addition of Jim Carter from Downton Abbey and Keegan-Michael Key), but this week it expanded impressively with the addition of three popular British actors. The new Wonka co-stars are Rowan Atkinson (Mr. Bean), Sally Hawkins (The Shape of Water), and Olivia Colman (The Favourite). Although Wonka has already started production, it sounds like it s going to need several months of post-production work, because Warner Bros. has scheduled it about 18 months away, on March 17, 2023.4. MICHAEL B. JORDAN TO PRODUCE ADAPTATION OF AWARD-WINNING BROKEN EARTH (Photo by JA/Everett Collection)Once they get to a certain level of success, many actors take on the role of producer as well, though not all of them are equally, well, productive. One actor-turned-producer who is keeping quite busy is Black Panther and Creed star Michael B. Jordan, who in just the three years since 2018 already has 12 projects on his IMDb page as producer. The latest one that his production company Outlier Society is taking on is Sony s adaptation of the three-time Hugo Award-winning sci-fi trilogy The Broken Earth by author N.K. Jemisin. The first book in the trilogy, The Fifth Season, introduces a post-apocalyptic future in which humanity is continually faced with devastating weather events. It s not yet known if Jordan also plans to appear in the films.5. THREE NEW CHARACTERS SHED LIGHT ON AQUAMAN AND THE LOST KINGDOM(Photo by ©Warner Bros.)Going into this week, we still didn t know much about the premise of the superhero sequel Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom (12/16/2022), except that Yahya Abdul-Mateen II s Black Manta will be one of the villains. But the addition of three new cast members offers a better idea of where the movie is headed. Indya Moore (Queen Slim) will play Karshon, who in the DC Comics is a Green Lantern villain and a shark endowed with intelligence and telepathic powers. Vincent Regan will play Atlan, an ancient ruler of Atlantis who gave the city its name, and Jani Zhao will play Stingray, who appears to be a new character created just for the film. Put it all together, and it sounds like Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom will feature flashbacks and characters that don t look entirely human.6. INDIGO GIRLS TO GET MAMMA MIA-STYLE MUSICAL GLITTER DOUBT (Photo by Effie Naddel/Everett Collection)They re still more common on stage than on film, but jukebox musical movies are growing in popularity. The subgenre is defined by its use of pop songs rather than original compositions, and very often, those songs are thematically connected, whether by genre or by artist. 2008 s Mamma Mia! (and its sequel), for example, used the songs of the pop group ABBA to tell its story. Now, the songs of the Indigo Girls will be used to similar effect in the LGBTQIA+ summer romance Glitter Doom, starring Alex Diaz and Alan Cammish as the titular characters. Other supporting characters will include Ming-Na Wen (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Missi Pyle (Galaxy Quest), and Lea DeLaria (Orange is the New Black), along with cameo appearances by Tig Notaro and the Indigo Girls (Amy Ray and Emily Saliers) themselves.7. TYLER PERRY AND BLUMHOUSE TEAM UP FOR THE FIRST TIME (Photo by Kristin Callahan/Everett Collection)On the creative side, people tend to identify films with directors more than producers, but there are indeed some producers who have established strong reputations. Two such examples are Tyler Perry (who s also a writer, director, and star) and Jason Blum, whose production company Blumhouse is one of today s most successful specialists in the horror and thriller genres. Perry and Blum are now teaming up for the first time on a thriller called Help, to be written and directed by Alan McElroy, whose credits as a writer include Star Trek: Discovery and The Vampire Diaries on television and the first Wrong Turn movie (but not the sequels). The premise of Help is being kept secret for now, but we do know that it s already scheduled to start filming in Atlanta in 2022.8. J.K. SIMMONS TO LURK IN THE WOODS AS EVIL KILLER (Photo by Daniel McFadden/©Sony Pictures Classics)Prolific character actor and Academy Award winner J.K. Simmons has played plenty of tough guys in film and TV (including his neo-Nazi character in HBO s OZ (Fresh at 92%). Simmons said this week that he didn’t want to play any truly scary bad guys when our kids were young, but now that his two children are in college, he has freed himself to unleash his inner villain. With that in mind, it was announced that Simmons will star as a sociopathic killer in the indie thriller The Woods, to be directed by Michelle Schumacher, who co-starred with Simmons in nine episodes of OZ but also directed him in her feature film directorial debut, 2017 s I m Not Here (Rotten at 38%). Simmons co-stars will include Allen Leech (Downton Abbey), Isabelle May, and Fernanda Urrejola, as he plays an evil killer who stalks a teenage girl suffering from anxiety due to a tragic event from her past. 9. MOVE OVER GARFIELD; HEATHCLIFF IS GETTING HIS OWN MOVIE TOO (Photo by Everett Collection)Pop culture is littered with characters that feel thematically similar. This is far from a new phenomenon, and you don t need to look any further than the newspaper funny pages to see the evidence. Garfield might be the most famous orange cat in the comic strips, but there was also Heathcliff, who was actually introduced in 1973, three years before Garfield. Legendary Entertainment, the production company behind recent movies like Godzilla vs Kong and the upcoming Dune remake, has acquired the film and TV rights to Heathcliff, which is now written and drawn by the nephew of the Heathcliff creator, Peter Gallagher. Gallagher will also act as producer alongside Steve Waterman, whose credits as producer include Stuart Little (Fresh at 67%) and the various Alvin and the Chipmunks movies.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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