How to watch Chris Pratt’s new movie, The Tomorrow War

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The Tomorrow War with Chris Pratt on Amazon Prime Video

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Are you ready to watch The Tomorrow War? After being delayed six months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the high-octane action film starring Yvonne Strahovski and Chris Pratt is finally here. And while you won’t be able to see it in theaters, you can still have a great movie experience with your big TV, a soundbar and 주소모음 Amazon Prime.

What is The Tomorrow War?

Aliens, 주소모음 time travel, military combat … does a film that checks so many boxes really even need a plot? Doesn’t matter, you’re getting one anyway! A war against aliens 30 years into our future isn’t going well for humanity, so people started using time travel to pull ordinary folks from 2022 to help win the war in the future by being better people in the past (as well as shooting aliens in the face in the future). 

It sounds complicated, but in his review of the film CNET’s Richard Trenholm promises a great balance of comedy and action with a considerably better overall message than the most recent Fast and Furious. That may be a low bar, but the trailer looks good and the review is positive, so what do you really have to lose?

British man accused of murdering Thai prostitute will face justice

A British man accused of murdering a Thai prostitute in 2014 before fleeing to Ibiza has lost an extradition battle and will face trial in Bangkok.

Shane Looker, 51, from Stoke-on-Trent, allegedly murdered strip club dancer Laxami Manochat, 31, before stuffing her body into a suitcase.

Her remains were found a week after her disappearance in a river 95 miles away in Kanchanaburi province.

Shane Looker (pictured), who is accused of murdering a Thai prostitute in 2014 before fleeing to Ibiza, has lost an extradition battle and will face trial in Bangkok

Looker, 51, from Stoke-on-Trent, allegedly murdered strip club dancer Laxami Manochat (pictured), 31, before stuffing her body into a suitcase

Shane Looker (left), who is accused of murdering Thai prostitute Laxami Manochat (right) in 2014 before fleeing to Ibiza, has lost an extradition battle and will face trial in Bangkok

Her remains were found in a suitcase (pictured) a week after her disappearance in a river 95 miles away in Kanchanaburi province

Her remains were found in a suitcase (pictured) a week after her disappearance in a river 95 miles away in Kanchanaburi province

Looker was arrested in Ibiza in 2017 where he is said to own a hotel and his legal team have since been fighting extradition.

The Spanish High Court ruled he should be extradited but lawyers lodged a series of appeals.

The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg has now ruled that Looker should face justice in Thailand. 

They cited extensive case files submitted by the Royal Thai Police in Bangkok which allegedly prove that Looker was the man who had murdered Laxami.

Thai authorities have also reportedly offered assurances required under EU law that Looker will not face the death penalty or be mistreated.

The dancer's body was stuffed inside a suitcase and thrown into the Mae Kong River

The dancer’s body was stuffed inside a suitcase and thrown into the Mae Kong River

Looker (pictured on CCTV on the night of Manochat's disappearance) was arrested in Ibiza in 2017 where he is said to own a hotel

Looker (pictured on CCTV on the night of Manochat’s disappearance) was arrested in Ibiza in 2017 where he is said to own a hotel

The tourist was at the Hot Lips bar in Nana Plaza, an area that attracts hundreds of foreign men every night in search of alcohol and sex, at the time of Laxami’s death.

After he was named as a suspect, Looker admitted paying a bar in Bangkok’s red-light area to spend time with her.

But speaking in February 2015 he insisted he did not kill her and was preparing to hand himself in to police.

He said at the time: ‘Yes, I did know her.

I’m happy to accept that I spent time with her.

‘She is a bar girl that I knew previously and I accept that I paid the bar fine. There is no way in the world that I’d ever hurt any woman let alone kill her.’

The tourist was at the Hot Lips bar in Nana Plaza, an area that attracts hundreds of foreign men every night in search of alcohol and sex, at the time of Laxami's death

The tourist was at the Hot Lips bar in Nana Plaza, an area that attracts hundreds of foreign men every night in search of alcohol and sex, at the time of Laxami’s death

The dancer's body and clothes were found on November 9, 2014, seven days after Looker was last seen with her

The dancer’s body and clothes were found on November 9, 2014, seven days after Looker was last seen with her

The dancer’s body was stuffed inside a suitcase and thrown into the Mae Kong River in Kanchanaburi, 70 miles south of the Thai capital Bangkok.

It was found on November 9, 2014, seven days after Looker was last seen the prostitute.

Looker’s identity remained a mystery until a tip-off to Thai blog Stickboy which gave his full name, nationality and 주소모음 an address in Hua Hin, 90 miles south of Bangkok, along with a photo of his passport.

He had already left by the time police received the information and went to the address with a search warrant.

The suitcase was thrown into the Mae Kong River in Kanchanaburi, 70 miles south of the Thai capital Bangkok

The suitcase was thrown into the Mae Kong River in Kanchanaburi, 70 miles south of the Thai capital Bangkok

The shorts and T-shirt he was wearing when he was captured on CCTV with Miss Manochat were found at the property.

According to reports in Thailand, 주소모음 DNA tests on nail clippers and 주소모음 a toothbrush and skin under the dancer’s nails also link him as a suspect.

Miss Manochat was reported missing after her mother failed to receive money she regularly sent by Western Union transfer.

Ruling on the case, top EU judges slammed allegedly deliberate attempts by Looker’s legal team to delay the case through a series of appeals.

The court claimed Looker’s could not succeed on the basis of ‘failure to exhaust domestic remedies’.

‘The applicant knew that he could have lodged an appeal for Amparo against the judicial decision of the Spanish High Court during the extradition process,’ it declared. 

Fear Street Part 1: 1994 — Netflix horror takes R.L. Stine to the next level

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Maya Hawke in Fear Street Part 1: 1994, out now.

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Take your pick from the bonkers smorgasbord of young adult and horror influences in Fear Street, a film trilogy hitting Netflix over the next three Fridays (the first is out now). Fancy Starcourt Mall from Stranger Things? The guilty pleasure gore of The Babysitter? Scream’s hooded executioners?

Fear Street Part One: 1994, the first of the R-rated trilogy based on popular novels by R.L. Stine, starts off with an homage to Wes Craven’s 1996 horror classic: a phone rings and a young woman — played by Stranger Things star Maya Hawke — picks it up. A cat-and-mouse chase with a masked killer ensues.

Later, you discover the main concern is a centuries-spanning supernatural mystery, taking us backward in time to 1978 and 1666. These parts of the trilogy will feature different characters, starring for example Stranger Things alumni Sadie Sink, as well as some of the earlier cast, filling the story with as many haunting echoes as possible.

Part One is a stressful experience, but probably not for the right reasons. The loud strings-based score, along with choppy cuts and gory deaths, serve up an excess of eye-candy to demand your attention (a shock head-based kill near the end really raises the bar).

It can be disorientating, the high-adrenaline slasher forgoing the padding of silence and suspense. It leans closer to the horror side of the comedy-horror equation, but horror fans will barely blink at the jump scares and the rest might be left wanting a little more from the unconventional teen heroes.

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Olivia Welch and Kiana Madeira play Sam and Deena.

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Where The Haunting of Bly Manor brought Dani and Jamie, Fear Street brings Deena and Sam, their love story facing obstacles in the form of homophobia, class struggles and — oh yeah, a mass murderer paying visits to suburban houses.

Kiana Madeira — from Netflix’s YA series Trinkets — is Deena, a pessimistic, broken-hearted teenager living on the wrong side of the tracks in Shadyside, Ohio. Olivia Welch — recently starring in Amazon Prime Video’s YA series Panic — is Sam, a repressed cheerleader living in Sunnyvale, one of the safest and wealthiest communities in the country. Or so it seems.

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The neon lighting game is strong.

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Leigh Janiak, who directs all three installments, tackles Part One with high energy, headbanging to a ’90s soundtrack featuring Garbage, 링크모음 Radiohead and Pixies. The film wears the ’90s on its grungy, unkempt sleeve. Sex, bloody deaths and big, dramatic moment after big, dramatic moment can overstimulate the senses. You might need to break a cardinal horror rule and hide to recover.

You kind of want to spend more time with Deena and Sam, whose relationship is the connective tissue of the trilogy. The recently-split pair are reunited when Deena drops off a box of Sam’s things. Sam has moved on to boyfriend Peter — but don’t worry, 링크모음 a love triangle storyline won’t be chasing you with a chainsaw. The central pairing is also more grounded and real than their descriptions suggest. That comes across in the engaging performances from Welch and especially Madeira, 링크모음 who plays Deena with an honesty that undercuts the flashier, neon-hued elements.

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Fred Hechinger, Benjamin Flores Jr. and Julia Rehwald.

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Rounding out the Scooby gang is Deena’s nerdy little brother Josh (Benjamin Flores Jr.), whose stash of old newspaper clippings featuring murder and witches comes in handy; and “druggies” Kate (Julia Rehwald) and Simon (Fred Hechinger), who sell pills just in the meantime, before they leave “Shittyside.”

Despite setting up the rivalry between the rich and poor towns, the film’s themes trickle alongside the main action, pooling before they turn into anything like meaningful commentary. There are mentions of Deena’s struggles with her alcoholic father and we glimpse the broad strokes of Sam’s oppressive and conservative mother, but when you’re running from masked killers, there’s no time to dig into the demons in your head.

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