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‘Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse’ reviews say it’s “in the running for the best superhero film ever” - www.nme.com - city Santos - Beyond
nme.com
02.06.2023 / 20:13

‘Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse’ reviews say it’s “in the running for the best superhero film ever”

Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse has received overwhelming praise from critics, who have described it as “in the running for the best superhero film ever”.Directed by Joaquim Dos Santos, Kemp Powers and Justin K. Thompson, the animated superhero film is the sequel to 2018’s Oscar-winning Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse.In the follow-up, Miles Morales (Shameik Moore) is launched on another adventure into the multiverse alongside Gwen Stacy (Hailee Steinfeld).A synopsis reads: “Miles Morales catapults across the multiverse, where he encounters a team of Spider-People charged with protecting its very existence.

‘The Crowded Room’ Review: Tom Holland And Amanda Seyfried Shine In An Uneven Psychological Thriller - theplaylist.net
theplaylist.net
02.06.2023 / 17:09

‘The Crowded Room’ Review: Tom Holland And Amanda Seyfried Shine In An Uneven Psychological Thriller

Criminal profiling introduced new monsters into the cultural lexicon in the 1970s when the “serial killer” concept entered the conversation. Television has long been fascinated by these types of criminals, from the long-running “Criminal Minds” to David Fincher’s brilliant “Mindhunter.” Now, Apple TV+’s latest limited series, “The Crowded Room” is taking a stab (excuse the pun) at psychological thriller territory.

Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello ripped for anti-Nazi post - nypost.com - Germany - state Another
nypost.com
01.06.2023 / 23:19

Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello ripped for anti-Nazi post

sharing an anti-Nazi quote, with fans accusing him of fascism and intolerance.Morello, who has played guitar with the rock band for more than three decades, posted the quote to his Twitter page Wednesday. “German saying: If 9 people sit down at a table with 1 Nazi without protest, there are 10 Nazis at the table,” the post read. While the quote was unattributed, it clearly claims those who politely engage with people who demonstrate hateful behavior are complicit in their bad acts.

‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ Review: Spectacular Splash Page Sequel Delivers With Deeper Emotion & Next-Level Comic Book Visuals - theplaylist.net
theplaylist.net
01.06.2023 / 20:55

‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ Review: Spectacular Splash Page Sequel Delivers With Deeper Emotion & Next-Level Comic Book Visuals

All right, let’s do this one more time: (cue propulsive, impossibly cool hip-hop beat): in 2018, despite an oversaturation of ‘Spider-Man’ movies, and just two years after Marvel introduced yet another actor as the character in live-action (just two years after ditching the previous guy), Sony did the unimaginable with “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.” Not only did they craft a thrilling, ingenious, inventive, highly original, and entertaining ‘Spider-Man’ like never before, they created the best-animated superhero film ever, and arguably one of the all-time superhero films ever.

‘The Little Mermaid’ Review-Bombing Prompts IMDb to Tweak Rating System - thewrap.com
thewrap.com
01.06.2023 / 16:37

‘The Little Mermaid’ Review-Bombing Prompts IMDb to Tweak Rating System

over the casting of Bailey, who is Black, in the titular role.Nevertheless, the movie is proving popular with audiences. It’s pulled in more than $130 million domestically since its Memorial Day weekend debut.

‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ review: A dazzling, brilliant sequel - nypost.com - New York - city Brooklyn - city Santos
nypost.com
01.06.2023 / 16:37

‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ review: A dazzling, brilliant sequel

surprise hit “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” not only lives up to its genre-enlivening and Oscar-winning predecessor — it often surpasses it in terms of animated excellence. A complex mix of ecstasy and frustration bubbled up when I realized that the first five minutes of this flick are more jolting and creative than any of the last ten Marvel movies. Easy.Running time: 140 minutes.

Scarlett Johansson’s The Outset skincare review: does it live up to the hype? - www.msn.com
msn.com
01.06.2023 / 11:25

Scarlett Johansson’s The Outset skincare review: does it live up to the hype?

Death Becomes Her. Yet more often than not, we are left disappointed. Turns out, this is dissatisfaction isn’t limited to us non-Hollywood folks.

Mark Hamill's co-star tells of wild, drunken night with 'Star Wars' icon - www.foxnews.com - Russia - county Harrison - county Ford - Serbia
foxnews.com
31.05.2023 / 22:09

Mark Hamill's co-star tells of wild, drunken night with 'Star Wars' icon

Mark Hamill is a legend and Bert Kreischer knows it.  At the premiere of his new movie, "The Machine," Kreischer gushed about the "Star Wars" star playing his father in the film. "It’s crazy to have Mark Hamill as my dad," he told Fox News Digital.  And of course, Kreischer did what any "Star Wars" fan would do: ask a million questions of the one and only Luke Skywalker.

Stars Who Played Nancy Drew Through the Years: Kennedy McMann, Emma Roberts, Sarah Shahi and More - www.usmagazine.com - county Bay - state Maine - county Drew
usmagazine.com
31.05.2023 / 14:17

Stars Who Played Nancy Drew Through the Years: Kennedy McMann, Emma Roberts, Sarah Shahi and More

Leaving their mark. Nancy Drew’s story has been introduced on screen by various actresses over the years — and each one brought their own style to the legendary fictional character.

‘Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse’ Review: An Expansive, Complex, And Colorful Web of Destiny For Miles Morales - deadline.com - city Santos - county Henry
deadline.com
31.05.2023 / 13:57

‘Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse’ Review: An Expansive, Complex, And Colorful Web of Destiny For Miles Morales

Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse is a film that is as visually stunning as it is philosophical. After the first chapter of Miles Morales’ journey in 2018, (Into The Spider-Verse) directors Kemp Powers, Justin K. Thompson, and Joaquim Dos Santos bring the spectacle that is nothing short of a woven tapestry of comic book realness. With an action-packed concept, it’s a roller-coaster ride through alternate realities and timelines as the viewer is introduced to hundreds of Spider-people.

‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ Review: A Triumph of Maximalist Filmmaking - thewrap.com
thewrap.com
31.05.2023 / 13:45

‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ Review: A Triumph of Maximalist Filmmaking

raison d’être.The Oscar-winning film “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” was a beautifully animated story about Miles Morales (Shameik Moore), a teenaged Spider-Man who winds up at the center of a quantum singularity, which brought a whole bunch of different Spider-People into his world so they could save the multiverse. A dazzling fusion of impassioned superhero storytelling, humorous characters, and meta-textual insight, “Into the Spider-Verse” argues that every version of every character is equally important and valid.

‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ Review: A Bedazzling Sequel, and the Rare Comic-Book Movie That Earns Its Convolutions - variety.com
variety.com
31.05.2023 / 13:11

‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ Review: A Bedazzling Sequel, and the Rare Comic-Book Movie That Earns Its Convolutions

Owen Gleiberman Chief Film Critic Nearly every mainstream animated feature (and just about every comic-book movie too) sets a tone and visual design that the audience plugs into; the movie, bold and shiny and clever as it may be, won’t deviate much from that. But the images in “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” have an intoxicating unpredictability. The film makes you feel like you’re dropping through the floors of a modern art museum on acid, yet there’s a thrilling moment-to-moment logic to it all. The madly eclectic images express something — an eyeball-tickling explosion of quantum physics, or a subliminal nod to some comic-book style from decades ago that’s so retro it’s new, not to mention bedazzling. This feels like it could have been the first movie designed to earn a thumbs up from Andy Warhol and Stephen Hawking.

The Super Mario Bros Movie wins a Number 1 debut on the Official Film Chart - www.officialcharts.com - county Pratt
officialcharts.com
31.05.2023 / 12:51

The Super Mario Bros Movie wins a Number 1 debut on the Official Film Chart

Here we go! The star-studded Super Mario Bros Movie lands straight in at Number 1 on the Official Film Chart.

‘The Idol’ Trailer: HBO’s Controversial New Music Drama Debuts This Week - theplaylist.net
theplaylist.net
30.05.2023 / 16:23

‘The Idol’ Trailer: HBO’s Controversial New Music Drama Debuts This Week

After months of drama and mostly negative reviews coming from its highly-publicized Cannes debut, HBO’s newest series, “The Idol,” is finally hitting TV screens later this week.  And in honor of the series finally making its debut, HBO has released a trailer for “The Idol,” which is definitely the buzziest show of the summer. The series follows the story of a pop star who falls under the influence of a creepy nightclub owner.

‘The Wounded Man’ Review: French Twist - www.metroweekly.com - France
metroweekly.com
29.05.2023 / 17:09

‘The Wounded Man’ Review: French Twist

Jean-Hugues Anglade became an arthouse cinema star of the ’80s and ’90s behind the potent one-two punch of international hits Betty Blue and La Femme Nikita. Playing men who loved hard and recklessly, the actor embodied onscreen a raw, alluring passion that he then upended, to powerful effect, portraying mad King Charles IX in writer-director Patrice Chéreau’s 1994 period epic Queen Margot.But a decade earlier, Anglade made his big-screen breakthrough embodying another raw, reckless lover in Chéreau’s gritty, gay, mean streets drama L’homme blessé, or The Wounded Man (★★★☆☆), earning a Most Promising Newcomer César Award nomination for his intense performance as Henri, a young man who comes of age cruising his local train station.The film — which premiered at Cannes in 1983, and had an extremely limited stateside release in 1985 — actually did win the César for its script, by Chéreau and author-activist Hervé Guibert, inspired by the street-savvy works of Jean Genet.Viewing the film now, as it arrives finally on digital home video via a brilliant, new 4K restoration courtesy of Altered Innocence and Studiocanal, other muses also spring to mind, from the slinky sailors of Rainer Fassbinder’s Querelle, released a year prior, to the pugnacious gay hustler of Wallace Potts’ sublimely sexy 1979 French erotica Le Beau Mec.Somewhere between Le Beau Mec and William Friedkin’s Cruising, we might meet Henri, looking like a sweaty, unstable young Al Pacino, as he prowls his economically depressed, French provincial town.

It's a Taylor takover: Midnights (The Til Dawn Edition) tracks head for Top 10, but good news for Dua Lipa and Kylie Minogue - www.officialcharts.com - Britain
officialcharts.com
28.05.2023 / 17:59

It's a Taylor takover: Midnights (The Til Dawn Edition) tracks head for Top 10, but good news for Dua Lipa and Kylie Minogue

Taylor Swift is making moves for an Official Singles Chart takeover this week with a three tracks from the newly-released Midnights (The Til Dawn Edition) heading for the Top 10.

‘Only The River Flows’ Review: Wei Shujun Adapts A Bleak, Inscrutable Noir [Cannes] - theplaylist.net - China
theplaylist.net
27.05.2023 / 22:37

‘Only The River Flows’ Review: Wei Shujun Adapts A Bleak, Inscrutable Noir [Cannes]

Chinese author Yu Hua is no stranger to Cannes. The famed postmodernist writer’s work first graced the silver screens of the Palais back in 1994 with director Zhang Yimou’s masterclass adaptation of his seminal novel, “To Live.” A searing portrait of a single family’s struggle through China’s mid-century upheaval and the Cultural Revolution, “To Live” would go on to win the festival’s coveted Grand Prix award, Prize of the Ecumenical Jury, and the Best Actor Award.

‘The Old Oak’ Review: Ken Loach’s Drama Shines a Vital Light on Working-Class British Racism Until It Succumbs to Soft-Hearted Wish-Fulfillment - variety.com - Britain - Ireland - Boston
variety.com
26.05.2023 / 21:13

‘The Old Oak’ Review: Ken Loach’s Drama Shines a Vital Light on Working-Class British Racism Until It Succumbs to Soft-Hearted Wish-Fulfillment

Owen Gleiberman Chief Film Critic Tommy Joe Ballantyne (Dave Turner), the central character in Ken Loach’s “The Old Oak,” is a middle-aged landlord and proprietor of a pub that sits near the bottom of a sloped street of working-class row houses. We’re in an unnamed village in the northeast of England, and the pub, called the Old Oak, has seen better days. So has Tommy, who’s known as TJ. Dave Turner, the very good actor who plays him, resembles a bone-weary cross between John C. Reilly and Michael Moore. There’s a sweet-souled directness to his sad prole stare, and he treats his customers, some of whom he has known since they were in grade school together, with quiet affection and respect. But the pub is falling apart, and the property values in the neighborhood have plunged. TJ is barely scraping by serving pints of bitters.

‘The Old Oak’ Review: Strength, Solidarity And Resistance In A Vital, Moving Social Parable — Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - Britain - Syria - county Durham
deadline.com
26.05.2023 / 18:11

‘The Old Oak’ Review: Strength, Solidarity And Resistance In A Vital, Moving Social Parable — Cannes Film Festival

What could well be Ken Loach’s final film has as much fire and fury as his debut Poor Cow did in 1967, if we discount his pioneering TV work in the run-up. The visual style hasn’t changed a great deal in the years since, but that’s because the British movie veteran, soon to turn 87, isn’t much fussed about surfaces, it’s the inner lives of his characters that he wants to capture. In that respect, The Old Oak would make a fitting swansong, capping the recent North-East trilogy with a vital film that is clearly the work of the team behind previous Cannes Competition hits I, Daniel Blake and Sorry We Missed You.

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