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Official Discussion: The Disaster Artist [SPOILERS]
96
What was the best film you saw this week? (04/12/2017 - 10/12/2017)
565
Saudi Arabia Lifts 35-Year Ban On Cinemas; Movie Theaters To Open In March
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PSA; IMDb is gradually locking previously-available information about films behind IMDbPro membership (box-office breakdowns and production companies involved, currently).
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Ready Player One- Official Trailer #1
161
James McAvoy's performance in 'Split' is worth remembering this awards season
99
2018 Golden Globe Nominations: Full List of Nominees
1439
Disney Deal for Fox Would End Era of the ‘Big Six’ Studios
145
It took Justice League over 3 weeks to match The Avengers' opening weekend at the Box Office.
1305
Captain Disillusion breaks down the long leg in the new Ready Player One poster and demonstrates that it is in fact proportionally correct
217
Who is the "James Waller" producers are always thanking in the credits?
660
‘Ready Player One’ Author Ernest Cline Calls Movie A Cross Between ‘Willy Wonka’ And ‘The Matrix’
107
Samsung is bringing its 4K Cinema LED screens to Europe and US in 2018
574
Half in the Bag Episode 136: The Disaster Artist
551
Upcoming DC Films Announced
61
Must watch A24 films?
388
Why did so few people see "The Hateful Eight" as compared to other Tarantino films?
51
Bruce Brown, Father of Surf Films, Has Died
21
Question about "Logan Lucky" and US culture
54
I hate Love Actually
511
James Jean: The Award-Winning Artist Behind Awards Season’s Most Stunning Movie Posters
6
Atlanta Film Critics Circle Names ‘Get Out’ as Best Picture of 2017
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Lucasfilm to start production on Obi-Wan Kenobi Star Wars spinoff in January 2019
134
How did the Russo Brothers end up directing Captain America: WS?
126
Which 2017 film has the best soundtrack?
98
What are your thoughts on the film *Good Bye Lenin*?
10
Who had the best year in 2017? (actors or directors)
13
"1922" and "Mist", a duology of devastation for Thomas Jane & Stephen King films
36
Hey Reddit, I'm trying to lighten up my life and sense of humor with comedies, my least watched genre, can you recommend your favorites.
137
New Poster for Mystery-Thriller 'The Commuter' - Starring Liam Neeson, Vera Farmiga, Florence Pugh, Jonathan Banks, and Patrick Wilson - Directed by Jaume Collet-Serra ('Shallows', 'Run All Night')
15
‘Phantom Thread’ to Receive 70mm Screenings
122
First Poster for Critically-Acclaimed Russian Drama 'Loveless' - Directed by Andrey Zvyagintsev ('Leviathan')
1957
Jon Watts Confirmed To Return To Direct 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Sequel
36
What is your favorite action scene of 2017?
35
Pandemic Movies
38
Doctors Diagnose The Injuries In Home Alone 1 & 2
105
I reviewed VIDEODROME for a retro-movie podcast. It's a film that predicted how the media can be weaponised to change culture. Long live the new flesh!
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Steven Spielberg's 'Ready Player One' - New Poster
6495
Into the Spiderverse Official Teaser Trailer
207
Poll: What are your favorite movies of 2005?
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Guillemo del toro directing tropes Breakdown
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'No Country For Old Men's Anton Chigurh is still an iconic movie villain, 10 years later
12 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?
5 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.
6 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?
12 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?
4 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.
5 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?