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Box Office Week: Black Panther smashes at #1 with $201M, making it the 2nd best MCU opening ever and the 5th best domestic opening overall. The film is also expected to gross $235M for the four-day weekend. Meanwhile, Early Man (#7, $3.1M) and Samson (#10, $1.9M) flop.
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'The Lion King' Live-Action Remake Cutting Classic Song 'Be Prepared' from Animated Film
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William Sadler's Death to return in Bill & Ted Face the Music
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Rutger Hauer on 'Blade Runner 2049' and Why Films Today "Lack Balls"
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Amazing sci-fi/fantasy short films from last year available to watch online.
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Juror #10's rant from 12 Angry Men - a truly powerful scene that feels highly reminiscent of the current political climate.
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How Denis Villeneuve Created the Most Complicated Sex Scene of All Time - Blade Runner 2049
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Call Me By Your Name: Director Luca G didn't think masturbating with a peach was actually possible so he tried it out for himself and it actually worked. Timothée Chalamet had tested it too beforehand- “Of course it works. I tried it myself as well.”
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Utøya massacre re-enactment stuns Berlin audiences
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Half in the Bag Episode 141: Black Panther
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The Overuse of the Word 'Masterpiece'
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2018 BAFTA Awards: 'Three Billboards' Wins Best Actress, Best Film, Best British Film, Best Original Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor - 'Blade Runner 2049' Wins Best Cinematography, Best Visual Effects - 'Shape Of Water' Wins Best Director, Best Score, Best Design-'The Handmaiden' Wins Foreign Film
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First Image from Thriller 'In Darkness' - Starring Natalie Dormer, Ed Skrein, and Emily Ratajkowski
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‘Get Out’s Jordan Peele & Daniel Kaluuya Reveal The Careful Chemistry Behind Most Combustible Best Picture Nominee
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Watching Blade really makes me miss good vampire movies
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The BAFTA Fellowship is awarded to Sir Ridley Scott
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'Blade Runner 2049' Wins Top Prize From American Society of Cinematographers
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Commando, one of Arnie’s best films, redefined "an army of one”
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‘Blade Runner 2049’s Sylvia Hoeks To Play Softcore Porn Actress Sylvia Kristel In Biopic
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While it wasn't exactly as advertised, I can't help but find more to love every time I watch Hail, Caesar!
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Fullmetal Alchemist Thread?
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Christopher Nolan on BBC's Desert Island Discs
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Which DC animated film did you enjoy watching?
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A Man Called Ove (2016) A bitter old man reflects back on his life choices during multiple suicide attempts while boisterous new neighbors force him to confront his feelings. Heart felt, funny, involving. Highly recommend. Free now on amazon.
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The Three Colours Trilogy by Krzysztof Kie?lowski
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What "Bad" movie do you genuinely enjoy the most?
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Ingmar Bergman’s 100th Birthday: 32 Movies to Honor A Cinematic Genius
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Johann Johannssonn was going to do the music for Christopher Robin before he passed away
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Con Air (1997) - Trailer
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Keira Knightley to Star in Forgotten Story of Iraq War Whistleblower
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What was the best film you watched this week? (12/02/2018 - 18/02/2018)
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Which version of the E.T. blu ray should I buy?
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OSCARS
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Pixar Animator Frank Abney breaks down a scene from Coco that he animated
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Are the credits rolling for London's Cinema Museum?
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Guillermo del Toro Had a Hidden Cameo In 'The Shape of Water'
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Back to the Future Part II Concept Art by John Bell
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Cobra Kai - Official Teaser Trailer (2018)
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Every time Joe Pesci says "ok" in the Lethal Weapon movies
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At the beginning of each year I make a list of the movies I intend to see in theaters and I check them off. Is there an app for this? Here's my list from last year if anyone's interested!
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Male Leads with Repressed Rage
41 Cynicbats You know what i've found? I've found that people who have either read the book OR lost someone close to them loved it, and people who haven't done either are indifferent to 'okay' about it. Of course this is just from vague internet travels and i'm sure people will reply to this and throw my findings out the window. Which is fair. I'm not a scientist. As someone who read/saw this & loved it, I wish more people had the chance to see it. It's already on premium cable.
21 tastyburger320 I personally loved this movie. It handled the subject of grief better than any film I've ever seen in a very creative and charming way, without holding back on just how rough it can be to watch someone you love slowly wither away at such a young age. I saw this film with my brother when it came out and we were the only ones in the theater at our particular showing. We expected it to be good, but not to strike the nerve that it did with us. By the time I turned 18, we had attended funerals for a grandmother, great-grandmother, and uncle on my mother's side, as well as for a grandfather, great-grandfather, uncle, and a four-year-old cousin on my father's side. All of which we had strong connections with in one way or another. As soon as the movie ran its credits, we hugged each other and cried for a solid five minutes because it handled adolescent grief in an innovative but 100% accurate way. Technically, it's a marvel of a film with great performances, effects, and cinematography, but the story, characters, and dialogue make for a great experience. I love this film and I hope it catches a cult following in the years to come.
14 twinfolk Yeah, I cried both times I watched it. Once by myself and the second time with my fiancee. I tried my hardest to hold back tears but God, was that a beautiful film. Just couldn't help but cry
7 BanjoPanda If you ever feel like catharsis on the parent-child bond again, good old **Big Fish (2003)** has a special place in my heart. If you liked the blend of supernatural and reality, then watch **Pan's Labyrinth (2006)** it's a masterpiece
5 amievenrealrightnow One of the few movies I would describe as devastating. I saw it in a half full cinema and when the credits rolled everyone was just silent - it felt like a collective thought of 'what do I so now'. I understand that it will definitely resonate with some more than others but by all accounts I'd just say it's an amazing movie.
6 PPGalleta Few years ago, my girlfriend's mother died from lung cancer, we watched this movie without knowing nothing, we both cried in sadness, it was a total breakdown, and totally unexpected.
5 MajesticMongoose Even though I loved this film, they made a huge mistake in trying to market it as an oscar contender. The trailers were released so early that most people forgot about it once it came out. It really deserved to make a lot more money.
5 vman_isyourhero The movie had no reason to be that good, I loved it. It messed me up with the last story. That dang movie was incredible.
3 Mr_Sarajevo Yeah, I really enjoyed "A Monster Calls." It was moving and it's a shame that I feel like it's practically forgotten.
5 JohannKraus Saw it on amazon last night and had a lil breakdown in the living room. It was incredible.
4 J__P This was such a good movie and the animated sections were such a treat for the eyes.
4 mummyxguard My girlfriend's friend asked for a movie suggestion and we suggested this because we had just watched it. We forgot his Mom died a few years ago and it's still really tough for him. He texted us about halfway through and was just like "WHAT THE FUCK GUYS???"
6 MovieMike007 You should check out [the book](http://manapop.com/books/a-monster-calls-by-patrick-ness-book-review/) it had me in tears as well. It also has some really cool illustrations.
3 MrDudeWheresMyCar I really liked the film, but I found that it didn't really break my heart like I expected. In some ways I almost respected it more for not making me cry because there are a lot of moments where films go for tears and its not earned.
3 Baz-Ravish I saw it at a free screening around the holidays with no idea what it was or about. I liked it, but was getting kind of bored with it more than halfway through and thinking about leaving since I didn't pay anything to see it. And then that moment hit and I was wrecked for awhile. I had a very similar situation & thoughts recently. The movie hit some very raw nerves with me that, honestly, needed to be hit.
3 [deleted] as someone who has lost his father, all 4 grandparents (two of which raised me 50/50 with my actual parents), and numerous aunts and uncles this movie fucked me up beyond belief I had no idea what it was about going in to it but man. It's incredible how perfectly it encapsulates how you feel.
4 TheMoogy A movie built almost entirely towards the final line and it works. Really liked it.
2 Rudi_Reifenstecher It made me cry as well. Overall I liked it although it could have been a more subtle
2 greg225 They added it to Amazon Prime (UK) just a couple of days ago, need to give it a watch.
4 abh1996 You signed up for those tears the moment you saw the cover on netflix or whatever and said play. That poster is emotional :(
4 Chocodong On one hand I thought it was well-made, but honestly I found it tedious to get through. It felt like a big budget therapy tool for children who lost a parent.
1 Chasedabigbase I saw this a few days after Me Earl and the Dying Girl thinking a fantastic film might cheer me up (I avoid trailers) I was a wreck the rest of the week after that 1-2 punch. Just fuck me up with the cancer movies fam.
1 [deleted] The Jones.... enough said.
1 mrmarshall10 I loved this movie too! That said, Sigourney Weaver was distractingly bad. Whoever decided that it made sense to cast her as a British grandmother should be barred from casting future films.
41 0 Cynicbats You know what i've found? I've found that people who have either read the book OR lost someone close to them loved it, and people who haven't done either are indifferent to 'okay' about it. Of course this is just from vague internet travels and i'm sure people will reply to this and throw my findings out the window. Which is fair. I'm not a scientist. As someone who read/saw this & loved it, I wish more people had the chance to see it. It's already on premium cable.
22 0 tastyburger320 I personally loved this movie. It handled the subject of grief better than any film I've ever seen in a very creative and charming way, without holding back on just how rough it can be to watch someone you love slowly wither away at such a young age. I saw this film with my brother when it came out and we were the only ones in the theater at our particular showing. We expected it to be good, but not to strike the nerve that it did with us. By the time I turned 18, we had attended funerals for a grandmother, great-grandmother, and uncle on my mother's side, as well as for a grandfather, great-grandfather, uncle, and a four-year-old cousin on my father's side. All of which we had strong connections with in one way or another. As soon as the movie ran its credits, we hugged each other and cried for a solid five minutes because it handled adolescent grief in an innovative but 100% accurate way. Technically, it's a marvel of a film with great performances, effects, and cinematography, but the story, characters, and dialogue make for a great experience. I love this film and I hope it catches a cult following in the years to come.
14 0 twinfolk Yeah, I cried both times I watched it. Once by myself and the second time with my fiancee. I tried my hardest to hold back tears but God, was that a beautiful film. Just couldn't help but cry
7 0 BanjoPanda If you ever feel like catharsis on the parent-child bond again, good old **Big Fish (2003)** has a special place in my heart. If you liked the blend of supernatural and reality, then watch **Pan's Labyrinth (2006)** it's a masterpiece
6 0 amievenrealrightnow One of the few movies I would describe as devastating. I saw it in a half full cinema and when the credits rolled everyone was just silent - it felt like a collective thought of 'what do I so now'. I understand that it will definitely resonate with some more than others but by all accounts I'd just say it's an amazing movie.
5 0 PPGalleta Few years ago, my girlfriend's mother died from lung cancer, we watched this movie without knowing nothing, we both cried in sadness, it was a total breakdown, and totally unexpected.
6 0 MajesticMongoose Even though I loved this film, they made a huge mistake in trying to market it as an oscar contender. The trailers were released so early that most people forgot about it once it came out. It really deserved to make a lot more money.
6 0 vman_isyourhero The movie had no reason to be that good, I loved it. It messed me up with the last story. That dang movie was incredible.
5 0 Mr_Sarajevo Yeah, I really enjoyed "A Monster Calls." It was moving and it's a shame that I feel like it's practically forgotten.
3 0 JohannKraus Saw it on amazon last night and had a lil breakdown in the living room. It was incredible.
4 0 J__P This was such a good movie and the animated sections were such a treat for the eyes.
4 0 mummyxguard My girlfriend's friend asked for a movie suggestion and we suggested this because we had just watched it. We forgot his Mom died a few years ago and it's still really tough for him. He texted us about halfway through and was just like "WHAT THE FUCK GUYS???"
7 0 MovieMike007 You should check out [the book](http://manapop.com/books/a-monster-calls-by-patrick-ness-book-review/) it had me in tears as well. It also has some really cool illustrations.
3 0 MrDudeWheresMyCar I really liked the film, but I found that it didn't really break my heart like I expected. In some ways I almost respected it more for not making me cry because there are a lot of moments where films go for tears and its not earned.
3 0 Baz-Ravish I saw it at a free screening around the holidays with no idea what it was or about. I liked it, but was getting kind of bored with it more than halfway through and thinking about leaving since I didn't pay anything to see it. And then that moment hit and I was wrecked for awhile. I had a very similar situation & thoughts recently. The movie hit some very raw nerves with me that, honestly, needed to be hit.
3 0 [deleted] as someone who has lost his father, all 4 grandparents (two of which raised me 50/50 with my actual parents), and numerous aunts and uncles this movie fucked me up beyond belief I had no idea what it was about going in to it but man. It's incredible how perfectly it encapsulates how you feel.
4 0 TheMoogy A movie built almost entirely towards the final line and it works. Really liked it.
2 0 Rudi_Reifenstecher It made me cry as well. Overall I liked it although it could have been a more subtle
2 0 greg225 They added it to Amazon Prime (UK) just a couple of days ago, need to give it a watch.
2 0 abh1996 You signed up for those tears the moment you saw the cover on netflix or whatever and said play. That poster is emotional :(
3 0 Chocodong On one hand I thought it was well-made, but honestly I found it tedious to get through. It felt like a big budget therapy tool for children who lost a parent.
1 0 Chasedabigbase I saw this a few days after Me Earl and the Dying Girl thinking a fantastic film might cheer me up (I avoid trailers) I was a wreck the rest of the week after that 1-2 punch. Just fuck me up with the cancer movies fam.
1 0 [deleted] The Jones.... enough said.
1 0 mrmarshall10 I loved this movie too! That said, Sigourney Weaver was distractingly bad. Whoever decided that it made sense to cast her as a British grandmother should be barred from casting future films.