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3535
Official Discussion: Black Panther [SPOILERS]
350
Official Discussion: Early Man [SPOILERS]
17963
'The Secret Life of Walter Mitty' (2013) is a severely overlooked movie
73991
New Image from Netflix's Post-Apocalyptic Zombie-Thriller 'Cargo' - Starring Martin Freeman & Anthony Hayes
319
'Blade Runner 2049' Wins Top Prize From American Society of Cinematographers
1786
New Image of Zac Efron & Kaya Scodelario in Ted Bundy Biopic 'Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile'
97
Little Nemo (1911)- One of the earliest examples of fluid, color animation in film.
681
Isle of Dogs is stop-motion at its best.
49
Something I never realized about the “final” scene in Pulp Fiction.
39
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is worth a revisit.
100
New Images from Drama-Thriller 'You Were Never Really Here' - Starring Joaquin Phoenix & Ekaterina Samsonov - Directed by Lynne Ramsey
197
YMS - Black Panther
17
"Can we please stop overusing the word, "Masterpiece?"
23
Howard Hawks & The Art of Screwball Comedy (created by former Every Frame a Painting channel)
27
Dreyer's Vampyr for free.
39
Suggestions for movies that will make you think?
280
This Sub and “Objectively Bad” Movies
10
Excited Xhosa people outside cinema after watching Black Panther. Much excitement here in South Africa because Black Panther speaks Xhosa, its like having our own superhero! ??
10
BLACK PANTHER Movie Review- REEL IT IN Ralphthemoviemaker
98
You can only watch five movies this year. What would you watch?
26
Unbanned: The Legend Of AJ1’ Trailer Looks At Sneaker Culture
296
Hans Zimmer discusses his career
40
Have you seen all the Best Picture Nominees? If so, rate them!
70
Big spoiler Question about Blade Runner 2049
11624
Man Hates It When Trailer Gives Away Entire Premise Of Movie
6
What was up with the trailer for God's Not Dead: A Light in the Darkness before Black Panther?
106
How do English actors nail the American accent so well whereas it is not the same case the other way around?
7
Which film studio/distributor is your personal favorite?
7
Braven - pretty damn good
5
Movies that were meh but had incredible endings?
391
Strangers Things’ Noah Schnapp and Anjelica Huston To Star In WWII Drama ‘Waiting For Anya’
4
Which films of 2018 have the best casts?
13
What is that movie theater game called?
4
ASC Awards: ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Wins For Theatrical, ‘The Crown’ Tops TV
268
Crazy stupid love... Damn near perfection.
14
Here's Why 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' Looks Like A Terrible Idea.
6
Tom Hanks' performance in a league of their own is overlooked.
3
Adam Driver has probably the best run of movies since 2015. And his upcoming movies are really promising too. Here's a list...
26375
First Image of Salma Hayek & Alexander Skaarsgard in Drama 'The Hummingbird Project'
170
Cinema Fix: Apocalypto (2006) Is Brutality Incarnate
14
Can you help me with a quote?
37
If the Oscars were every 4 years like the Olympics, who would be your picks for the upcoming 2015/16/17/18 awards?
13 RPDRNick Could you recommend this movie for someone who wants to see it, but hasn't seen the full version of The Room, and has only gotten the "Cliff Notes" version of The Room from all the various YouTube clips and memes?
7 nikiverse I saw it too. I have read The Disaster Artist ... No big spoilers ahead. The book really shows Greg (ie. Mark) and Tommy's weird relationship in a different way. Mark made it seem like he just could NOT get away. I thought James Franco did an excellent job as Tommy. But his brother Dave (ie. Greg/Mark) wasnt great to me (and I like Dave Franco!). He just smiled way too much, and it made it seem like the movie was a joke to Dave Franco. I think the movie got the major plot points of the book. We get the Tommy jealousy bits bc of the camera zooming in on Franco but I do think we miss some of the honest-to-God frustrations of Greg Sestero concerning Tommy that we got in the book. There was something very bittersweet about the book that the movie completely misses (to me). There is an after the credits scene. And the parts rolling through the credits, where Disaster Artist actors re-enact The Room, was hilarious! Good movie not great movie for me. I will be interested in how people who have not read the book view this movie. edit: Agree about some of the actors being distracting. Seemed like Seth Rogen and Paul Scheer were narrating some of the movie and it's like ... just Seth Rogen being Seth Rogen. I'm trying to watch a movie, not MST3K
3 gugabe I felt like it should have included the 'The Hey Doggy scene was due to Tommy legitimately not realizing the dog was alive till mid-shoot, since they'd just paid a random San Diego Florist to use their store for 4 hours' bit, but it was a funny, heart-warming film.
8 SpeakerOfThings Hahaha. Whad-da story, Barc(ode).
2 MeloHallie Something that amazes/annoys me: one of the two screenwriters (can't remember which) did not watch The Room until after he finished writing The Disaster Artist.
1 iamstephano Where did you see it? I just came out of a session about an hour ago.
1 OJ_Chamberlain >I thought it could have gone a little bit deeper with the character stuff and the drama of their relationships... I'm curious as to which characters and relationships needed more depth. From the trailers, it made it seem like the film had that given Tommy's enigmatic personality and lifestyle. Also, did you notice any scenes that were cut from the movie but featured in the trailers?
13 0 RPDRNick Could you recommend this movie for someone who wants to see it, but hasn't seen the full version of The Room, and has only gotten the "Cliff Notes" version of The Room from all the various YouTube clips and memes?
6 0 nikiverse I saw it too. I have read The Disaster Artist ... No big spoilers ahead. The book really shows Greg (ie. Mark) and Tommy's weird relationship in a different way. Mark made it seem like he just could NOT get away. I thought James Franco did an excellent job as Tommy. But his brother Dave (ie. Greg/Mark) wasnt great to me (and I like Dave Franco!). He just smiled way too much, and it made it seem like the movie was a joke to Dave Franco. I think the movie got the major plot points of the book. We get the Tommy jealousy bits bc of the camera zooming in on Franco but I do think we miss some of the honest-to-God frustrations of Greg Sestero concerning Tommy that we got in the book. There was something very bittersweet about the book that the movie completely misses (to me). There is an after the credits scene. And the parts rolling through the credits, where Disaster Artist actors re-enact The Room, was hilarious! Good movie not great movie for me. I will be interested in how people who have not read the book view this movie. edit: Agree about some of the actors being distracting. Seemed like Seth Rogen and Paul Scheer were narrating some of the movie and it's like ... just Seth Rogen being Seth Rogen. I'm trying to watch a movie, not MST3K
3 0 gugabe I felt like it should have included the 'The Hey Doggy scene was due to Tommy legitimately not realizing the dog was alive till mid-shoot, since they'd just paid a random San Diego Florist to use their store for 4 hours' bit, but it was a funny, heart-warming film.
4 0 SpeakerOfThings Hahaha. Whad-da story, Barc(ode).
2 0 MeloHallie Something that amazes/annoys me: one of the two screenwriters (can't remember which) did not watch The Room until after he finished writing The Disaster Artist.
1 0 iamstephano Where did you see it? I just came out of a session about an hour ago.
1 0 OJ_Chamberlain >I thought it could have gone a little bit deeper with the character stuff and the drama of their relationships... I'm curious as to which characters and relationships needed more depth. From the trailers, it made it seem like the film had that given Tommy's enigmatic personality and lifestyle. Also, did you notice any scenes that were cut from the movie but featured in the trailers?