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Official Discussion: Coco (US Release) [SPOILERS]
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Denis Villeneuve Is the Sci-Fi Remake Master with 'Blade Runner 2049' and the Upcoming 'Dune'
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Tommy Wiseau submitted ‘The Room’ to Paramount with the hope of getting it distributed. Usually it takes a studio roughly two weeks to reply, but the film was rejected within 24 hours.
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Why it's called The Room
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Guillermo Del Toro will interview Michael Mann and George Miller for two weeks each during his year-off from directing for upcoming documentary
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‘The Shape of Water’ Was Written and Designed to Jon Brion’s ‘Punch-Drunk Love’ Original Score
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‘Aladdin’ Turns 25: Creators on the Real Beginning of the Disney Renaissance
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David Fincher Doesn’t Believe in ‘Auteur’ Filmmaking
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Why are G-rated Films Not as Common Anymore in the US?
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I got to see an advanced screening of Paul Thomas Anderson's new film Phantom Thread. AMA
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The Grey | A Philosophy of Heroic Suffering – New video essay that explores how The Grey, although poorly marketed at the time of its release, is a great survival film about the importance of finding meaning in desperate situations
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On Nov. 24, 1987, Neal Page met Del Griffith in the John Hughes comedy Planes, Trains & Automobiles. Hughes set the standard for Thanksgiving movies.
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Ex Machina: Questioning the Human Machine
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Universal Pulls Sci-Fi Thriller 'Extinction' From Release Schedule, Starring Michael Pena and Lizzy Caplan
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15 year old spoof Undercover Brother is even funnier today than it was in 2002
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I've been making videos featuring A-listers that were killed in horror movies before they were famous. Here's the Avenger's edition.
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'Logan' Director James Mangold Discusses His Early Career
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‘The Shape of Water’ Star Doug Jones: Beneath Foam and Latex, a Best Actor Candidate Shines
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For those who missed this 4 years ago - SNL Wes Anderson Parody
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NSFW [NSFW] Eli Roth's "trailer" for Thanksgiving
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What movie has the best parents?
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James & Dave Franco discuss "The Disaster Artist" with Simon Mayo
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Poll: What are your favorite movies of 1993?
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Blade Runner 2019 (original) Cinematography.
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"Regarding Henry" (1991) by Mike Nichols is a film worth seeing just to see Harrison Ford play against type and show how versatile an actor he is
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Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie Discussion
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Disney Being Sued by Singer Who Claims Frozen's 'Let It Go' Ripped off His Song
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Last night I watched Cure from 1997 - Kiyoshi Kurosawa and was completely blown away. Such a incredible movie. In the spirit of Se7en, but completely forgotten.
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"Irréversible" - Making Of
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Terry Gilliam Nears Completion of ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’
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The New Generation of Character Actors [Ben Mendelsohn, J.K. Simmons, Don Cheadle, Michael Shannon and Andy Serkis]
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Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and Martin Scorsese on the future of movies from 1990.
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How much should reviewers know their own limitations? A case study of Observer reviewer Rex Reed
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The Sisters Brothers (2018) - what an incredible cast!
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How was the movie “The Void” (2016) made with only $82,000?
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Your guilty pleasure
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Quintessential pre-code movies?
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THE SHANGHAI JOB Official Trailer (2017) Orlando Bloom Action Movie HD
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A quick recap of all the MCU trailers so far while we wait for the most anticipated one yet.
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I filmed an erratic Tommy Wiseau Q&A and added subtitles
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r/movies posters that have not seen Star Wars - what do you think the plot is about?
401 MrDudeWheresMyCar I'm open to some remakes, but I just don't really understand what is going to be accomplished with a remake of American Werewolf in London. People are too attached to it so it's never going to be considered better than the original and the first movie has practical effects that are still pretty incredible today.
116 TerminallyCapriSun ALWAYS look for the source link. >“I advised him not to do it,” John Landis told [Collider](http://collider.com/john-landis-interview-thriller-an-american-werewolf-in-london-remake/) about the remake I mean, at least Indiewire's opinion piece mostly represents Landis's sentiment accurately, but Jesus Christ they wrote an entire article based on literally *one* quote from an entire wide ranging interview: >**LANDIS:** Truthfully, I’ve not seen his script. I advised him not to do it. I think he’s putting himself in a bad position. My son is brilliant, he really is, and he wants to do it. So what am I going to say? No? I know it won’t be as bad as An American Werewolf In Paris, which was shit. So, I don’t know. He’s a great writer. He’s been writing since he was 7. He wrote a whole series of scripts about these characters called Yelp and Dopey, two dumb dogs, when he was under ten. They were so funny. That's all he said on the subject.
155 satanicpuppy Why would you *need* to remake it? Just do a new riff on werewolves. There have been plenty of good ones, and there is plenty of room for more. You're not going to recapture the moment that made *American Werewolf in London* great...The shitty Paris remake should have proven that.
160 Uptomyknees Indiewire misrepresents what my father said here.
196 JohnTyler-Flounder Listen to your dad, Max.
78 Tevesh_CKP What's sad is this movie is over 30 years old and it is still the best Werewolf movie. There is a reason why Werewolves are perceived as lame monsters when they're just a Hulk variant: Vampires get all the cool movies. Hell, most of the time the boss monster is a Vampire instead of a Werewolf.
23 Crazyripps Watched it for the first time a few months back and it holds up so well and is easily the best werewolf movie.
25 Pop_Quiz_Hot_Shot I feel like the best person to remake it would be his son right? Max has to know that you can't just shot for shot remake the original. His work on Dirk Gently shows that he's willing to work around the source material and craft a story that takes the themes and characters from the books and makes it into something new and different but still loyal to its source. I trust you /u/uptomyknees
54 EdwinaBackinbowl Just call it American Werewolf. Set it in the US. Have the initial attack in the UK if need be. Do a modern werewolf story, using the rules of AAWiL, set in an urban US environment. Not out in a country town. Not in some artificially restricted environment. Have a large US city terrorized by a fucking werewolf. That's something that hasn't been done yet. We got London and that crazy last rampage. Now bring it home.
8 briandt75 The original barely dates itself, and the true horror of the film are those stunning practical effects. They'll never be able to make a "better" version, and would be stupid to try, but it wouldn't surprise me in the least.
31 CMORGLAS If Universal got their heads out of their asses and set the Dark Universe in the 19th Century, they could get a good trilogy out of an "Irish Werewolf in America." In Celtic Mythology, the Faoladh is seen more as a Guardian than a Berserker, particularly towards Children, the Sick, and Homeless. First Film, is your basic origin story, where the Werewolf is trying to raise enough money during the Potato Famine in order to bring their family to America. Second Film, Faoladh and their family makes it to America, but find themselves having to fight the Know-Nothing Party and other Anti-Immigrant Thugs. Final Film, Faoladh enlists to serve in the Union during the Civil War. Bada-Bing-Bada-Boom, Werewolf Trilogy with a new twist.