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Official Discussion: Super Troopers 2 [SPOILERS]
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We’re the Broken Lizard team from “Super Troopers 2”. Happy 420. Let’s AMA.
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The amazing colour palette / matching wardrobe in 'The Umbrellas of Cherbourg' (1964)
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Kubrick's "2001" was saved because audiences liked watching it while high, the studio even added "The Ultimate Trip" to posters.
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First Poster for Zombie-Horror 'The Night Eats The World'
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Nicolas Cage Announces Plan to Move Towards Directing Instead of Acting in the Near-Future
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Guillermo Del Toro Has Been Named by Time Magazine as One of Its 100 Most Influential People of 2018
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Daniel Craig's 007 Aston Martin sells at auction for $468,500
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Francis Ford Coppola Admitted To Making ‘The Godfather: Part III’ For The Money
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‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Trailer: Christopher Nolan Presents a Stunning 70mm Print of Kubrick’s Classic
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'The Virgin Suicides' Began Sofia Coppola & Kirsten Dunst's Winning Combination
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Actress Nina Bergman Tweets That Universal is Getting Set to Film New 'Doom' Movie
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Black Panther has a whacked out plan for leadership succession
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Jason Blum Confirms That John Carpenter is Scoring ‘Halloween’
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'IT' Star Sophia Lillis To Topline ‘Nancy Drew And The Hidden Staircase’ For Warner Bros
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Revisiting 'Grizzly Man'. A tender and tragic documentary
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Universal Wins Bidding War for Stephen King’s ‘The Tommyknockers’ Film Adaptation - James Wan ('The Conjuring' To Direct
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The Dude Abides: Revisiting the Locations from 'The Big Lebowski', 20 Years Later
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‘The LEGO Movie’ Was ‘Ready Player One’ First, and Better
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If You Don't Have Amazon Prime, You Can No Longer Buy Most 'Star Wars' or Marvel Movies on Amazon
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‘The Favourite’, Starring Emma Stone & Rachel Weisz, Receives November 23, 2018 Release Date - Directed by Yorgos Lanthimos ('The Lobster', 'Killing Of A Sacred Deer', 'Dogtooth')
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‘Dirty Computer’ Official Poster
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LA Theater debuts First LED Cinema Wall in the US! Featuring 4K HDR by Samsung
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Part 3 of 2 of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Warners
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Rewatching Promethius it's difficult to watch Shaw knowing what David does to her.
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Simon Sez (1999) is basically Dennis Rodman's Face/Off. A hugely underappreciated schlock delight feat: explosions, jumping away from explosions, a robotic bee, Dane Cook poorly impersonating a dinosaur, & an unconvincing paragliding car.
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Comcast Bid 16% More Than Disney for 21st Century Fox, Filing Shows
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First U.S. Samsung LED Cinema Screen Debuts in Chatsworth, Calif.
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The hand that feeds: how food scenes became the home of intimacy, sex and power in film
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'Capernaum' New Poster For Nadine Labaki's Upcoming movie
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Franchises that need a reboot?
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I Feel Pretty
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Toy Story’s Sids Revenge
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Robert Redford has said David Lowery's "The Old Man and the Gun" will be his last film performance.
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Terminator 3-5 have been a tremendous waste of what potentially could’ve been a terrific series of films.
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If you, like me, love the movie Yes Man, here is the full version of Zooey Deschanel's "Sweet Ballad" (Don't call me past 11pm)
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There’s over-the-top, and then there’s Brian De Palma’s 'Phantom Of The Paradise'
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Graboids Take the Arctic in First 'Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell' Clip
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Neil Blomkamp Oats Studios Cancels ‘Firebase’ Movie Crowdfunding
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The Incredibles Soundtrack composer Michael Giacchino debuts 'Incredibles 2' song on radio show (skip to 14:30)
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What would happen if the lead actor of a movie died halfway through production? Has that happened before?
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What are your Top 5 musicals?
296 Blix_the_Goblin Sometimes I just want to get out of the house and see a movie, but I at least check the showtimes on the internet first. Especially since there are usually only one or two movies playing that I have any interest in seeing
233 pwppip I work at a movie theater and yeah, people do this all the time. Sometimes they'll come up & ask me "what's playing right now?" despite the fact that the marquee is, you know, SIX INCHES ABOVE MY FUCKING HEAD I also love when people force me to choose what movie they see
111 Klarkasaurus Pfft that’s something losers do. And I’m one of those losers.
33 evil95 I've never heard of such blasphemy! Even before the internet (yes, I'm old!) My cheap ass self used to check the newspaper at the corner gas station for show times and plan my trip/date to the theater.
53 LostTheWayILikeIt I do this more often since I got my MoviePass. I work freelance so I get days off when my friends are working. I get bored and drive over to the move theater to pass the time.
19 BartonFink I was doing box office for a small film festival last year, and someone came up wanting a ticket for "Slate". It took a few minutes of digging through our schedule and talking to him to figure this out, but he had just watched the trailer for the magic movie "Sleight" on YouTube and driven to the movie theater. Not only did it have nothing to do with our festival, but it wouldn't be playing until months later, and the idea of watching a trailer and driving to a movie theater without even Googling when it came out or where it was playing was so ridiculous. Shout-out to that guy.
14 BDRay1866 Only a savage would show up to a theater without a movie picked out and a plan for snacks and drinks
13 EASam If I'm at a restaurant and we get to talking about the movie and that it looked good. Usually there are theaters within walking distance at a few of the restaurants I go to. So, yea sometimes rather than looking it up on the phone will walk over and see. If I plan on it? Yea, looking up times before going.
19 MovieMike007 I've never just shown up at theater and now rarely even go unless I've purchased tickets days in advance.
9 jonovan When I was in college there was a small, family-owned movie theater with a single theater + movie rental place. I wandered in one time, browsed the DVDs, and didn't see anything I was particularly interested in. I wandered over to the theater side and Superstar was playing. SNL; might be entertaining, right? So I bought a ticket. Then I heard the employee make a phone call and whisper, "You have to come in and start the movie. Someone is actually going to see it." I told her let him stay home; I'll just get a DVD instead.
10 ashlati Did this just the other day. Was having my battery in my phone changed at the Apple Store. They said it would take two hours and I had no way of telling time so I decided to watch a movie at the theater next door. No idea what was playing but I ended up enjoying Jumanji very much
8 pharmaco4 I remembered doing this years ago when I just got my license and there were no smart phones... Nowadays there's no reason not to plan ahead
5 CleverZerg Never done this. The most spontaneous movie going experience for me is when I'm like "It'd be nice to go watch a movie at the cinema tonight" then I go to the website and see if they are showing anything interesting that night.
5 tubatim817 One day around this last year, I woke up on a Saturday morning around 9 and decided to see La La Land. I had plans that night so I needed something to do in the meantime. The local theater had a showing at 10:50, which still counted as an early bird special, so I got a discounted price as well. I never go without checking times and what theater first, but sometimes it's like an hour before the showing.
299 0 Blix_the_Goblin Sometimes I just want to get out of the house and see a movie, but I at least check the showtimes on the internet first. Especially since there are usually only one or two movies playing that I have any interest in seeing
232 0 pwppip I work at a movie theater and yeah, people do this all the time. Sometimes they'll come up & ask me "what's playing right now?" despite the fact that the marquee is, you know, SIX INCHES ABOVE MY FUCKING HEAD I also love when people force me to choose what movie they see
115 0 Klarkasaurus Pfft that’s something losers do. And I’m one of those losers.
33 0 evil95 I've never heard of such blasphemy! Even before the internet (yes, I'm old!) My cheap ass self used to check the newspaper at the corner gas station for show times and plan my trip/date to the theater.
50 0 LostTheWayILikeIt I do this more often since I got my MoviePass. I work freelance so I get days off when my friends are working. I get bored and drive over to the move theater to pass the time.
19 0 BartonFink I was doing box office for a small film festival last year, and someone came up wanting a ticket for "Slate". It took a few minutes of digging through our schedule and talking to him to figure this out, but he had just watched the trailer for the magic movie "Sleight" on YouTube and driven to the movie theater. Not only did it have nothing to do with our festival, but it wouldn't be playing until months later, and the idea of watching a trailer and driving to a movie theater without even Googling when it came out or where it was playing was so ridiculous. Shout-out to that guy.
15 0 BDRay1866 Only a savage would show up to a theater without a movie picked out and a plan for snacks and drinks
12 0 EASam If I'm at a restaurant and we get to talking about the movie and that it looked good. Usually there are theaters within walking distance at a few of the restaurants I go to. So, yea sometimes rather than looking it up on the phone will walk over and see. If I plan on it? Yea, looking up times before going.
17 0 MovieMike007 I've never just shown up at theater and now rarely even go unless I've purchased tickets days in advance.
9 0 jonovan When I was in college there was a small, family-owned movie theater with a single theater + movie rental place. I wandered in one time, browsed the DVDs, and didn't see anything I was particularly interested in. I wandered over to the theater side and Superstar was playing. SNL; might be entertaining, right? So I bought a ticket. Then I heard the employee make a phone call and whisper, "You have to come in and start the movie. Someone is actually going to see it." I told her let him stay home; I'll just get a DVD instead.
9 0 ashlati Did this just the other day. Was having my battery in my phone changed at the Apple Store. They said it would take two hours and I had no way of telling time so I decided to watch a movie at the theater next door. No idea what was playing but I ended up enjoying Jumanji very much
6 0 pharmaco4 I remembered doing this years ago when I just got my license and there were no smart phones... Nowadays there's no reason not to plan ahead
6 0 CleverZerg Never done this. The most spontaneous movie going experience for me is when I'm like "It'd be nice to go watch a movie at the cinema tonight" then I go to the website and see if they are showing anything interesting that night.
7 0 tubatim817 One day around this last year, I woke up on a Saturday morning around 9 and decided to see La La Land. I had plans that night so I needed something to do in the meantime. The local theater had a showing at 10:50, which still counted as an early bird special, so I got a discounted price as well. I never go without checking times and what theater first, but sometimes it's like an hour before the showing.