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Official Discussion: Phantom Thread [SPOILERS]
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Official Discussion: Call Me By Your Name [SPOILERS]
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Super Troopers 2 - Trailer
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'John Wick 3' To Be Directed by Chad Stahelski ('John Wick, 'John Wick 2')
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‘The Shape of Water’ is very similar to this 2015 student short film from the Netherlands ‘The Space Between Us’. Both main characters are cleaning ladies who work in a research facility. They both fall for a fish man. Even the production design and some of the story beats are alike.
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Tomb Raider | Official Trailer #2
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Star Wars: Joseph Gordon-Levitt wrote a 2,000 word essay defending The Last Jedi
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‘Paddington 2’ Becomes Rotten Tomatoes’ Best-Reviewed Movie of All-Time
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"Taxi Driver for a new century" - New poster for Joaquin Phoenix's You Were Never Really Here
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Samuel L. Jackson on Nick Fury, Mace Windu, and the power of a great wig
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Official Discussion - Star Wars: The Last Jedi [SPOILERS] (Thread Vol. 2)
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Sean Connery Turned Down 'Indiana Jones 4' Because the Role Was Too Small
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Laurence Fishburne, Common, and Ruby Rose Returning for 'John Wick 3'
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First Photo of Zac Efron as Ted Bundy in ‘Extremely Wicked’
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ICHI THE KILLER: DEFINITIVE REMASTERED EDITION (2018) Official Trailer
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SAG Life Achievement Honoree Morgan Freeman Proves Life Can Begin at 50
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‘Men In Black’ Untitled Spinoff Moves to June 14th 2019
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Casper Van Dien AMA on /r/movies tomorrow: Friday, January 19 at 11 AM PST
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Cloverfield - 10 years on...
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A few new details of Tarantino's Untitled #9 from a recent Deadline article
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Of all the movies I saw this year, Blade Runner 2049 is the one movie I wish I could go back to the theater for.
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'Call Me by Your Name' Is a Love Letter to Missed Opportunity
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What is your petty nit-pick about a movie that was generally positively received?
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The Making of "The Shape of Water" - VFX Breakdown
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Machine Gun Kelly to Play Tommy Lee in Netflix's Motley Crue Biopic 'The Dirt'
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How Brawl in Cell Block 99’s director ‘made it happen on the set’
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‘Toy Story 4’ To Be Written By Stephany Folsom
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Sátántangó to Receive a 4K Restoration and Re-Release From Arbelos Films
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Movie Theater Attendance Hits 24-Year Low, Ticket Prices Rise Nearly 4 Percent
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Mark Wahlberg Denies Steroid Ring Involvement (Exclusive)
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"Very very very rare!" Stallone unveils FIRST POSTER ever made for ROCKY.
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Den of Thieves is 140 minutes long?! That's crazy talk for a January flick starring Gerard Butler.
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Jump Scare Scenes Without Jump Scare Sound Effects
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The original 'Silent Hill' contains a recreation of the school from 'Kindergarten Cop'
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The Silence of the Lambs (1991) Art By Blake Armstrong
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Most intense scenes in films?
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Master of giallo Dario Argento looks back on his horror masterpiece at 40 in this celebratory video interview by Leigh Singer.
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Colin Firth joins the list of actors who say they'll never work with Woody Allen again
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Samuel L. Jackson's 'Jurassic Park' Character Was Originally Going to Die On Screen
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Who do you want as the next Bond girl
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Rian Johnson Didn't Want the Knights of Ren in The Last Jedi Because He Would've Murdered Them
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Blade runner 2049 City Miniatures - Weta Workshop - (89 images)
10 penguinpiss72 I loved it too. My number 5 for the year right now, but I'm rewatching my top 10 and figuring out more solid placements. Personally it had some flavors of The Master, as you said, but I also felt some factors coming from Punch Drunk Love. It's easily his most well paced film since There Will Be Blood and Punch Drunk Love for me. And my third most favorite of PTA's overall, if not second, but it needs more time to gestate for me. First two being Boogie Nights and There Will Be Blood. It seems every ten years is when PTA hits his gold standard. Excellent camera work, subtle acting, wonderful dialogue, and if that score and selected period music doesn't wrap the whole film up in a nice box I don't know what does. That being said, it is easily along the lines of Master and Inherent by not being for everyone. Wishing it gets recognition from the Academy, but I believe that will be minimum at most and mainly focus on the technical side. Glad to hear that someone else enjoyed it. I trust you were as entranced by the beautiful production design. (especially those shots of the food, yum!)
5 thesecondkira I can't understand why no one is talking about [how disturbing it is to poison someone's food, and then for the other person to know about it and be okay with it?](#spoiler) Surely this is one of the main ideas in the movie. But people are talking about the score, the cinematography, the acting. All good... but Jesus, how disturbing, and how strange that the camera seems to capture it without judgment.
5 bryan_sensei *I thought I told you to fuck off.*
3 remarkable_potion I saw it in 70mm yesterday. I LOVED it but I have no idea where to even BEGIN when discussing it. I need to see it 5 more times.
3 ArmedShadowfox It was definitely well performed. I can’t say the story was something that moved me or will stay with me. It’s strange to me that PTA can go from TWBB, my #1 all time anything, to The Master, Inherent Vice and now Phantom Thread. I certainly appreciate the unique stories he goes for but I just have to be honest, nothing compares to TWBB. Obviously it’s entirely in its own genre that is separated by its period, but I’m just not feeling the same level of strength in story in his last 3 films. Phantom Thread left me wondering why he wanted to tell this story. I don’t need a giant magnitude of a story to feel entertained, but at a certain point I knew exactly who Reynolds Woodcock was and how his environment around him behaves. There’s nothing more that I want to see, not from satisfaction, but from disinterest. I think he should not have DP’d himself. Would’ve liked to see how far this world could be taken visually. Was pretty flat for the most part. I think if the twist with the mushrooms is to be justified, we could use some more similar idiosyncratic behavior. What we did get didn’t feel poignant enough. The humor left me mildly entertained for the most part. Best part was when Alma leaves to go dancing and Woodcock is just standing by the door. Ultimately I feel like this film should have had the same grandiose as The Aviator with DiCaprio. It’s telling the same theme of an obsessed artist operating in a world bigger than them but still they manage to control it at every move. Lastly, the dialogue was superb. Exactly what I expected and then some. If only it was enough to make me want more.
2 matt2993 I loved it. Just have to say that I could watch DDL sketch out dresses all day long, there's something I love about those quick upclose shots
2 Cunhabear I thought it was great. I think PTA is the best contemporary director at the moment. The ending was a tiny bit underwhelming but it's just so twisted and I really didn't know what to expect. The music was perfect. The acting was perfect.
2 EdithSnodgrass Can someone please tell me [the words that were sewn into the hem of the wedding dress they had to repair? It flashed on and off the screen before I had a chance to read it. "Never" something?](#spoiler)
0 AnirudhMenon94 I couldn't get through it. It was just sooo boring. I'll probably get downvoted for this opinion but really though, didn't anyone feel that the film went on for way longer than it needed to with a payoff that just felt underwhelming as hell?
10 0 penguinpiss72 I loved it too. My number 5 for the year right now, but I'm rewatching my top 10 and figuring out more solid placements. Personally it had some flavors of The Master, as you said, but I also felt some factors coming from Punch Drunk Love. It's easily his most well paced film since There Will Be Blood and Punch Drunk Love for me. And my third most favorite of PTA's overall, if not second, but it needs more time to gestate for me. First two being Boogie Nights and There Will Be Blood. It seems every ten years is when PTA hits his gold standard. Excellent camera work, subtle acting, wonderful dialogue, and if that score and selected period music doesn't wrap the whole film up in a nice box I don't know what does. That being said, it is easily along the lines of Master and Inherent by not being for everyone. Wishing it gets recognition from the Academy, but I believe that will be minimum at most and mainly focus on the technical side. Glad to hear that someone else enjoyed it. I trust you were as entranced by the beautiful production design. (especially those shots of the food, yum!)
6 0 thesecondkira I can't understand why no one is talking about [how disturbing it is to poison someone's food, and then for the other person to know about it and be okay with it?](#spoiler) Surely this is one of the main ideas in the movie. But people are talking about the score, the cinematography, the acting. All good... but Jesus, how disturbing, and how strange that the camera seems to capture it without judgment.
4 0 bryan_sensei *I thought I told you to fuck off.*
4 0 remarkable_potion I saw it in 70mm yesterday. I LOVED it but I have no idea where to even BEGIN when discussing it. I need to see it 5 more times.
3 0 ArmedShadowfox It was definitely well performed. I can’t say the story was something that moved me or will stay with me. It’s strange to me that PTA can go from TWBB, my #1 all time anything, to The Master, Inherent Vice and now Phantom Thread. I certainly appreciate the unique stories he goes for but I just have to be honest, nothing compares to TWBB. Obviously it’s entirely in its own genre that is separated by its period, but I’m just not feeling the same level of strength in story in his last 3 films. Phantom Thread left me wondering why he wanted to tell this story. I don’t need a giant magnitude of a story to feel entertained, but at a certain point I knew exactly who Reynolds Woodcock was and how his environment around him behaves. There’s nothing more that I want to see, not from satisfaction, but from disinterest. I think he should not have DP’d himself. Would’ve liked to see how far this world could be taken visually. Was pretty flat for the most part. I think if the twist with the mushrooms is to be justified, we could use some more similar idiosyncratic behavior. What we did get didn’t feel poignant enough. The humor left me mildly entertained for the most part. Best part was when Alma leaves to go dancing and Woodcock is just standing by the door. Ultimately I feel like this film should have had the same grandiose as The Aviator with DiCaprio. It’s telling the same theme of an obsessed artist operating in a world bigger than them but still they manage to control it at every move. Lastly, the dialogue was superb. Exactly what I expected and then some. If only it was enough to make me want more.
2 0 matt2993 I loved it. Just have to say that I could watch DDL sketch out dresses all day long, there's something I love about those quick upclose shots
2 0 Cunhabear I thought it was great. I think PTA is the best contemporary director at the moment. The ending was a tiny bit underwhelming but it's just so twisted and I really didn't know what to expect. The music was perfect. The acting was perfect.
2 0 EdithSnodgrass Can someone please tell me [the words that were sewn into the hem of the wedding dress they had to repair? It flashed on and off the screen before I had a chance to read it. "Never" something?](#spoiler)
4 0 AnirudhMenon94 I couldn't get through it. It was just sooo boring. I'll probably get downvoted for this opinion but really though, didn't anyone feel that the film went on for way longer than it needed to with a payoff that just felt underwhelming as hell?