Official Discussion - Pacific Rim: Uprising [SPOILERS]
Hi Reddit! Joe Kelly here from Man of Action Entertaiment. My graphic novel I KILL GIANTS is now a feature film and is out TODAY. AMA!
Steven Spielberg confirms Peter Jackson will direct The Adventures of Tintin sequel and will begin work on the script very soon
NYC firefighter dies battling blaze on set of Bruce Willis, Edward Norton film 'Motherless Brooklyn'
New Poster for Sicario: Day of the Soldado
H. Wayne Huizenga, Blockbuster Video Founder, Dies at 80
Does Dave Bautista have the potential to be a better actor (not a better box office draw, to be clear) than Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson?
Michael B. Jordan To Produce Film About World War II Black Panthers
Good pirate movies that aren't Pirates of the Caribbean?
The Hulk Hogan/Gawker Case is Getting Its Own Movie (Again)
Noah Hawley Dishes Details on His Mysterious 'Doctor Doom' Movie
Cannes Artistic Director on Banning Netflix From Competition, Why Streaming Films Were in Last Year
'The great Silence' to be released on Blu-Ray! (2K Restoration) | Directed by Sergio Corbucci (Django) and music by Ennio Morricone
Natalie Portman’s ‘Annihilation’ Receives April Release Date in China
Tiffany Haddish to Voice Star in 'Lego Movie 2'
Amy Adams to Join Mark Ruffalo & Kumail Nanjiani in 9/11 Drama 'True American'
Shape of Water’ Star Michael Stuhlbarg & ‘Friday Night Lights’ Matt Lauria Join C4’s ‘Jerusalem’
Deadpool 2 | Official Trailer
The Spice Girls’ Next Project: An Animated Superhero Film
What is considered the all time best made for TV movie?
Isle of Dogs-- opening night showing thoughts and spoiler-light recommendation. Open to questions!
Revisiting All of the Double-Crosses in ‘Wild Things,’ 20 Years Later
First Image of Anthony Hopkins & Florence Pugh in Amazon's 'King Lear' Film
Which in your opinion is Tom Hardys best performance?
An Ode to Animated Food: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner // Supercut
Michael Showalter ('The Big Sick') to Direct Jessica Chastain-Octavia Spencer Comedy
Does Clerks still hold up after all these years?
'Fresh Off the Boat' Creator Nahnatchka Khan to Make Feature Directorial Debut With Netflix Comedy
Steven Spielberg vowed to leave his own movies out of 'Ready Player One' — his crew vowed otherwise
Joaquin Phoenix and Rooney Mara to Star in Vegan Documentary ‘Dominion’
Ryan Reynolds To Receive ‘Deadpool 2’ Writing Credit
‘Hunter Killer,’ Starring Gerard Butler, Gary Oldman, Receives October 26, 2018 Release Date
WB has set up some "stacks" in Vancouver, Canada this weekend to promote READY PLAYER ONE - here are some photos I took!
Official Discussion: Game Over, Man! [SPOILERS]
Baahubali: The Beginning and Bahuubali 2: The Conclusion are some of the most fun I've had watching movies.
Alicia Vikander And Riley Keough To Star In Netflix's Noir-Thriller 'The Earthquake Bird'
Is modern Star Wars too self-referential?
The Secret Of Karma Trailer (New movie starring Brendan Fraser
'Big Sick' Director Michael Showalter to Helm Octavia Spencer-Jessica Chastain Comedy
What are your favourite vampire movies?
Remember when Mark Hamill was in Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back?
"Why Don't They Make Thrillers Like 'Side Effects' Anymore?" - A good overview of an oft-overlooked Soderbergh movie.
1552 shmoove_cwiminal Uh oh. This sub isn't going to like this. Lots of redditors think each year is filled with masterpieces.
1505 T-Time79 I agree with the article. There's really only one genuine masterpiece around these parts. And it's #**SUPER MARIO BROS 2 BABY**
461 royalstaircase What I learned from my time in the world of art history is that a "masterpiece" is technically supposed to be the defining work that proves that its creator is a master of their craft, almost like a masters/PHD thesis. NOT just "something really really good made by someone really really good at what they do." But even then, I have never been a fan of ~~grammatical purists~~ followers of prescriptivism that get frustrated at how language is a fluid form that shapes to the needs of its speakers. You'll spend your entire life with a headache if you get worked up every time people go beyond Oxford and Webster's recommendations on how to communicate.
27 IrritableSatirist > Not to disparage any of the critics and movie journalists giving quotes to the studios, many of whom are personal friends of mine, but it’s just gotten a little too easy to get one’s name into commercials and print ads by telling a studio flack that their movie is a “masterpiece” even when it really isn’t. I totally agree. Not to say any of those movies are bad (in fact, they're probably really good), but do they rank alongside movies like *The Godfather*, *The Seventh Seal*, or *La Dolce Vita*? > So yeah, let’s save the word “masterpiece” for a one-of-a kind movie that might have a deep and significant impact on everyone who watches it. Maybe Black Panther or a Star Wars might do that, but every movie needs to have some sort of passage of time to see how it stands up two, three, five, ten or twenty years later. > A movie you can watch for the tenth or twentieth time years after you first saw it, one that has the exact same effect on you years or decades later… THAT is a “masterpiece.” This is absolutely right. IMO, the word "masterpiece" has lost its luster because of its overuse, which is really sad.
94 DeweyIsOverrated LOL, this entire subreddit. "Cameron Diaz's performace in'The Mask' is a materpiece". 5,440 upvotes.
234 Therealquestions5 I wonder how this article would go over here if BR2049 or Dunkirk was one of the films in the thumbnail picture.