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Official Discussion: Coco (US Release) [SPOILERS]
681
Denis Villeneuve Is the Sci-Fi Remake Master with 'Blade Runner 2049' and the Upcoming 'Dune'
282
Why it's called The Room
265
Ex Machina: Questioning the Human Machine
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For those who missed this 4 years ago - SNL Wes Anderson Parody
62
David Fincher Doesn’t Believe in ‘Auteur’ Filmmaking
63
Why are G-rated Films Not as Common Anymore in the US?
57
‘The Shape of Water’ Was Written and Designed to Jon Brion’s ‘Punch-Drunk Love’ Original Score
296
What movie has the best parents?
34
‘Aladdin’ Turns 25: Creators on the Real Beginning of the Disney Renaissance
813
Terry Gilliam Nears Completion of ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’
45
Poll: What are your favorite movies of 1993?
1362
The New Generation of Character Actors [Ben Mendelsohn, J.K. Simmons, Don Cheadle, Michael Shannon and Andy Serkis]
17
Guillermo Del Toro will interview Michael Mann and George Miller for two weeks each during his year-off from directing for upcoming documentary
248
Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and Martin Scorsese on the future of movies from 1990.
15
RocknRolla has my favorite "Heist gone wrong" scene ever
20
"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
19
James & Dave Franco discuss "The Disaster Artist" with Simon Mayo
22
"Irréversible" - Making Of
256
How was the movie “The Void” (2016) made with only $82,000?
65
The Sisters Brothers (2018) - what an incredible cast!
11
Universal Pulls Sci-Fi Thriller 'Extinction' From Release Schedule, Starring Michael Pena and Lizzy Caplan
14
How much should reviewers know their own limitations? A case study of Observer reviewer Rex Reed
7
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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How ‘Disaster Artist's’ James Franco found art and heart in ‘The Room,’ the ‘Citizen Kane’ of bad movies
81
What are the worst short movies ever shown before a feature length movie?
371
What's your favourite instance of retroactive recognition in a movie?
12
Quintessential pre-code movies?
8
I filmed an erratic Tommy Wiseau Q&A and added subtitles
7
The death of Malcom in Spike Lee's Malcom X is one of the most brutal scenes I've ever seen. It's quite possibly Denzels best performance and Spikes best joint. Definitely one of the best films of the 90s
403
Thanksgiving - Trailer (Grindhouse)
229
Neil Jordan's "Byzantium" is a vampire film worth seeking with Saoirse Ronan and Gemma Arterton
4
Review: In ‘The Man Who Invented Christmas,’ Dickens as a Secret Documentarian
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"Is Hollywood dying?" asks Dick Cavett in January 1972 to his panel of filmmaker guests, a mere two months before "The Godfather" is released and revitalizes the American film industry.
4
A quick recap of all the MCU trailers so far while we wait for the most anticipated one yet.
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Netflix, Amazon Should Be Recognized at the Oscars
11
Dating 101 with Viago, the 18th century dandy vampire from What We Do in the Shadows
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'Suburbicon' reviewed by Mark Kermode
2
Your guilty pleasure
21
What are some "Top 3 must see" classic movies? (40s-70s)
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30 Underappreciated Movies of The 'New Hollywood' Era
230 riegspsych325 Gravity. It's a well acted and well crafted film that is truly meant for the IMAX 3D experience, but unfortunately, it's the only way to see it for the full effect
80 Gambino_123 The Revenant. Great acting, long takes, beautiful cinematography, and awesome facial expressions from Leo. Tried rewatching it the other day. Couldn't figure out those dream sequences.
68 rprebel I thought Schindler's List was an amazing movie with a powerful story, but I saw it once and I don't ever want to see it again.
21 Primetime22 *The Hateful Eight* I think that's a great movie that's only meant to be experienced one time. Knowledge of the twists and turns makes the runtime more difficult to sit through, as that's a movie all about setup and tension.
75 Eugenian64 Godzilla 2014. The tension leading to finally seeing the awesome beast's incredible size blew me away, especially the skydiving scene. The CG, at least in my opinion, of Godzilla astonished me, and hearing his bellowing roar in theaters made my heart drop. Unfortunately, the movie contains a lot of bullshit that I just can't be asked to care about the second time around, especially when not viewed in a theater setting.
198 disorder1991 James Cameron's Avatar is the perfect example of this. I was blown away after seeing it in 3D for the first time. Every viewing since has been worse and worse.
79 HibbleKibble I feel like I wouldn't enjoy Requiem for a Dream on a second or third viewing. I think the reason I liked it the first time was just that it was a huge shock - I had never seen anything like it before or since. Obviously on a second viewing this quality would be lost and I would likely just be left with a dull film with no truly great scenes except for maybe Ellen Burstyn's dramatic monologue. I have never rewatched it and I likely never will.
95 beastinr0cks Deadpool. Most of the jokes didn't work for me the second time.
20 manman6352 the game
10 space_farm Cube. Loved it the first time, didn't do anything for me the second.
21 yognautilus Grave of the Fireflies. I can't bring myself to watch it a second time, despite how I loved it, and I honestly don't really want to. Knowing what happens at the end would just make it difficult to enjoy the movie.
65 EnkiduV3 Anything pretty, but lacking in deeper content and plot. Avatar, Sucker Punch, The Lone Ranger, etc.
81 manchell Avengers, seeing it in theaters was so exciting, it was something i had been looking forward to for a while, since then we've gotten a lot of avengers and the novelty of seeing these characters on the screen has definitely worn, I don't think it's bad or anything, i just can't like it for the same reasons i used to
12 Tevesh_CKP A Serbian Film. Don't need to feel that dirty about the exploitation the entertainment business does around the world and then you slap on the snuff stuff.
11 DannySmithTAOSWF Jurassic World. It was entertaining in theaters, but so forgettable. The original can be rewatched, this one I would skip every time if I ran across it on TV.
233 0 riegspsych325 Gravity. It's a well acted and well crafted film that is truly meant for the IMAX 3D experience, but unfortunately, it's the only way to see it for the full effect
83 0 Gambino_123 The Revenant. Great acting, long takes, beautiful cinematography, and awesome facial expressions from Leo. Tried rewatching it the other day. Couldn't figure out those dream sequences.
71 0 rprebel I thought Schindler's List was an amazing movie with a powerful story, but I saw it once and I don't ever want to see it again.
21 0 Primetime22 *The Hateful Eight* I think that's a great movie that's only meant to be experienced one time. Knowledge of the twists and turns makes the runtime more difficult to sit through, as that's a movie all about setup and tension.
75 0 Eugenian64 Godzilla 2014. The tension leading to finally seeing the awesome beast's incredible size blew me away, especially the skydiving scene. The CG, at least in my opinion, of Godzilla astonished me, and hearing his bellowing roar in theaters made my heart drop. Unfortunately, the movie contains a lot of bullshit that I just can't be asked to care about the second time around, especially when not viewed in a theater setting.
194 0 disorder1991 James Cameron's Avatar is the perfect example of this. I was blown away after seeing it in 3D for the first time. Every viewing since has been worse and worse.
83 0 HibbleKibble I feel like I wouldn't enjoy Requiem for a Dream on a second or third viewing. I think the reason I liked it the first time was just that it was a huge shock - I had never seen anything like it before or since. Obviously on a second viewing this quality would be lost and I would likely just be left with a dull film with no truly great scenes except for maybe Ellen Burstyn's dramatic monologue. I have never rewatched it and I likely never will.
96 0 beastinr0cks Deadpool. Most of the jokes didn't work for me the second time.
21 0 manman6352 the game
10 0 space_farm Cube. Loved it the first time, didn't do anything for me the second.
19 0 yognautilus Grave of the Fireflies. I can't bring myself to watch it a second time, despite how I loved it, and I honestly don't really want to. Knowing what happens at the end would just make it difficult to enjoy the movie.
64 0 EnkiduV3 Anything pretty, but lacking in deeper content and plot. Avatar, Sucker Punch, The Lone Ranger, etc.
82 0 manchell Avengers, seeing it in theaters was so exciting, it was something i had been looking forward to for a while, since then we've gotten a lot of avengers and the novelty of seeing these characters on the screen has definitely worn, I don't think it's bad or anything, i just can't like it for the same reasons i used to
13 0 Tevesh_CKP A Serbian Film. Don't need to feel that dirty about the exploitation the entertainment business does around the world and then you slap on the snuff stuff.
12 0 DannySmithTAOSWF Jurassic World. It was entertaining in theaters, but so forgettable. The original can be rewatched, this one I would skip every time if I ran across it on TV.