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AMA- I am an actor and was in WonderWoman and Last Jedi- ask me anything!
20030
‘Paddington 2’ is the Fourth Film to Score 100% on Rotten Tomatoes With Over 100 Reviews
83924
The first film to be screened in Saudi Arabia after a 35-year ban on cinemas was 'The Emoji Movie'
477
Dave Bautista Was Told He Was Too Young for 'Blade Runner 2049' Role
1787
A Studio Ghibli Theme Park Is CONFIRMED for 2020
631
‘The Shape of Water’ Will Be the Best Picture Nominee to Beat
168
I was never a big Ryan Gosling fan, but his performance in Blade Runner 2049 was absolutely perfect. This scene alone was by far my favorite performance of his.
1067
The Enchanted 2 Script is Almost Finished, which is titled "Disenchanted"
220
“Creed 2”: Florian “Big Nasty” Munteanu to Play Dolph Lundgren’s Son and Michael B. Jordan’s Opponent
187
PSA: Paul Thomas Anderson will be doing an AMA tomorrow January 16 at 3pm ET over in /r/IAmA
105
"Troy" (2004) makes me wish they had made "The Odyssey" and brought back Sean Bean to play Odysseus.
711
First Images of Michael Caine in Political-Comedy 'Dear Dictator'
417
William H. Macy on getting cast in "Fargo"
255
What film has the saddest happy ending?
336
The Shape of Water Novel Does Much, Much More Than Adapt the Movie
67
What movie absolutely ruined a song for you?
33
Timothée Chalamet Donates Salary from Woody Allen Film to Time's Up Fund
254
Clive Owen To Star With Will Smith In Ang Lee’s GEMINI MAN
175
Coming To America - "I Knew Martin Luther The King"
71
Richard Venture, Character Actor in 'Scent of a Woman,' 'All The President's Men', and 'Courage Under Fire', Dies at 94
64063
The first draft of ‘Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy’ involved a planeload of news anchors crashing into the mountains, discovering their plane carried monkeys and martial arts equipment, and resulted in a battle between cannibalistic newsmen and star-throwing monkeys.
62
Churchill Speech in 'Darkest Hour' Receives Standing Ovations in UK Cinemas
42
Universal Trying to Salvage Dark Universe's 'Bride of Frankenstein' Film
95
Let’s talk about the things that take you out of a movie.
461
Philip K. Dick: The Father of Modern Sci-Fi
234
Gary Oldman and the decline of the working-class British actor
114
Whose’s life has yet to be made into a biopic?
132
Show Dogs (2018) Primary Poster
31
Whoah, Zardoz is actually a fantastic film.
14
NSFW The trailer of God, Sex And Truth Starring Porn Star Mia Malkova Is Out And It Is NSFW
9
The electric shock scene from home alone 2 was one of the most scientifically accurate shocking scenes in any media. Electrical engineer's wrote letters of praise to the film crew for it's accuracy.
242
Steven Spielberg's 'The Post' Gets Banned in Lebanon
37
Nightcrawler - How Cinematography Tells The Story
28
Ben Stiller sends message to cast & crew of Submarine
276
Luc Besson's EuropaCorp To Reduce French Staff By 28% After Recent Losses, Due to 'Valerian'
9
Waterworld should be remade
24
What happened to the late 90s/early 2000s trend of really long movies?
29
35 years later, the Helicopter Chase from Blue Thunder is still the one of the coolest practical/stunt sequences in film.
41
'Bride of Frankenstein' Reportedly Moving Forward Once Again
11
'Miss Sloane' Wins Best Screenplay at UK Writers' Guild Awards
18
What Movie holds up better than you expected
66 GarbageDay23 This is an amazing film that will ruin your day
20 TadKosciuszko Most Soviet Films are on You Tube just for y'all's information. Not all of them have English subs but most of the really good ones do. I highly recommend Cranes are Flying (1957) in addition to this film.
18 wilhelmAHHH Also one of Roger Ebert's "[Great Movies](https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/great-movie-come-and-see-1985)." Interesting timing as I just came across this film and was deciding whether or not to see it. I definitely will now.
12 Untunchilamanon Staggering film. Can't watch it much though. It's spectacularly grim in every way.
25 Ymir_from_Venus Great film. It's also on FilmStruck with higher video quality.
7 CephalopodRed A masterpiece, without a doubt. Elem Klimov´s wife, Larisa Shepitko, directed The Ascent, which is another excellent war movie.
6 huntersburroughs Amazing film, but you might need to be in the right mindset to watch it. It's a hard punch to the gut.
8 PeterParkerPizzaTime One of the most horrifying and exasperating films I've sat through. It's brilliant.
7 Maat-Re Seen this movie three times, probably the most accurate representation of the Nazi atrocities during their advance through Eastern Europe. Unbelievably visceral (I think they used real bullets in certain sequences). If I recall correctly, the main actor, who was young teenager at the time, went grey during production due to its intensity. Everybody should see this film, but understand it is very confronting.
5 Insertusernamehere5 Isn’t this the film were they used actual guns with live ammunition instead of props?
5 IhateAngryBirds Probably the best movie I'll never watch again...
5 BriennesBitch This film took its toll more than anything I’ve seen, I’m not exactly sure why, would take a second watch. I’ve seen more shocking though, I think it’s the sound and his face’s progression as it goes on.
5 atayls Absolutely not for the faint of heart. A brilliant movie, and horrifying glimpse into WW2 in Russia.
3 harlotstoast Saw it one night on tv, was blown away. I'll never forget that slender loris.
3 josefpunktk Really difficult to recommend to watch that movie - if you are an empathic person it will traumatise you for sure. Not safe for life and such. But maybe the best movie to capture the surreal, absurd and pointless thing we cal war.
3 nightfishin Cant wait for the restoration in Bluray, one of my favorite films ever.
2 Heawesome It is easily one of the best films I have ever seen. It is not a classical war film where you follow a squad of soldiers as one would expect, but is a film which shows the horrors of the Nazi invasion of eastern Europe. It is like no other film I have ever seen, but don't watch it if you are in the mood for some easy relaxation.
2 stracki That final long take into the forest is so disturbing and tragic. One of the most impressive films, I've ever seen. That poor boy lived through hell and aged decades within weeks.
2 lanternsinthesky Watched this move for the first time a couple of months ago and I was honestly blown away, it is definitely one of the best war movies I've ever head the "pleasure" of watching. It is definitely not an uplifting or easy to watch movie though, so you should go into it knowing it is going to be a harsh and depressing viewing experience... but it is going to be worth it.
2 spacednlost Highly recommend this. It's hypnotizing. Also Europa Europa(1990), if you can find it.
2 PourJarsInReservoirs There would be no SAVING PRIVATE RYAN opening scene without this influence. Amazing film. Original working title I think was KILL HITLER.
2 rorschachsdiary Ugh, they had a little blurb of this movie on The History of Film, it looks terrifying.
2 TeeNguyen I love every part of the ending: the confrontation of betrayal and ideological adherence, and then when the boy fires his rifle for the first time.
67 0 GarbageDay23 This is an amazing film that will ruin your day
21 0 TadKosciuszko Most Soviet Films are on You Tube just for y'all's information. Not all of them have English subs but most of the really good ones do. I highly recommend Cranes are Flying (1957) in addition to this film.
18 0 wilhelmAHHH Also one of Roger Ebert's "[Great Movies](https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/great-movie-come-and-see-1985)." Interesting timing as I just came across this film and was deciding whether or not to see it. I definitely will now.
13 0 Untunchilamanon Staggering film. Can't watch it much though. It's spectacularly grim in every way.
26 0 Ymir_from_Venus Great film. It's also on FilmStruck with higher video quality.
7 0 CephalopodRed A masterpiece, without a doubt. Elem Klimov´s wife, Larisa Shepitko, directed The Ascent, which is another excellent war movie.
7 0 huntersburroughs Amazing film, but you might need to be in the right mindset to watch it. It's a hard punch to the gut.
5 0 PeterParkerPizzaTime One of the most horrifying and exasperating films I've sat through. It's brilliant.
4 0 Maat-Re Seen this movie three times, probably the most accurate representation of the Nazi atrocities during their advance through Eastern Europe. Unbelievably visceral (I think they used real bullets in certain sequences). If I recall correctly, the main actor, who was young teenager at the time, went grey during production due to its intensity. Everybody should see this film, but understand it is very confronting.
6 0 Insertusernamehere5 Isn’t this the film were they used actual guns with live ammunition instead of props?
5 0 IhateAngryBirds Probably the best movie I'll never watch again...
4 0 BriennesBitch This film took its toll more than anything I’ve seen, I’m not exactly sure why, would take a second watch. I’ve seen more shocking though, I think it’s the sound and his face’s progression as it goes on.
4 0 atayls Absolutely not for the faint of heart. A brilliant movie, and horrifying glimpse into WW2 in Russia.
3 0 harlotstoast Saw it one night on tv, was blown away. I'll never forget that slender loris.
3 0 josefpunktk Really difficult to recommend to watch that movie - if you are an empathic person it will traumatise you for sure. Not safe for life and such. But maybe the best movie to capture the surreal, absurd and pointless thing we cal war.
3 0 nightfishin Cant wait for the restoration in Bluray, one of my favorite films ever.
2 0 Heawesome It is easily one of the best films I have ever seen. It is not a classical war film where you follow a squad of soldiers as one would expect, but is a film which shows the horrors of the Nazi invasion of eastern Europe. It is like no other film I have ever seen, but don't watch it if you are in the mood for some easy relaxation.
2 0 stracki That final long take into the forest is so disturbing and tragic. One of the most impressive films, I've ever seen. That poor boy lived through hell and aged decades within weeks.
2 0 lanternsinthesky Watched this move for the first time a couple of months ago and I was honestly blown away, it is definitely one of the best war movies I've ever head the "pleasure" of watching. It is definitely not an uplifting or easy to watch movie though, so you should go into it knowing it is going to be a harsh and depressing viewing experience... but it is going to be worth it.
2 0 spacednlost Highly recommend this. It's hypnotizing. Also Europa Europa(1990), if you can find it.
2 0 PourJarsInReservoirs There would be no SAVING PRIVATE RYAN opening scene without this influence. Amazing film. Original working title I think was KILL HITLER.
2 0 rorschachsdiary Ugh, they had a little blurb of this movie on The History of Film, it looks terrifying.
2 0 TeeNguyen I love every part of the ending: the confrontation of betrayal and ideological adherence, and then when the boy fires his rifle for the first time.