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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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Super Troopers 2 is currently on pace to be #1 at the box office this weekend with 7.9 million on Friday
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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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Nicolas Cage Announces Plan to Move Towards Directing Instead of Acting in the Near-Future
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First Poster for Zombie-Horror 'The Night Eats The World'
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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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Francis Ford Coppola Admitted To Making ‘The Godfather: Part III’ For The Money
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Actress Nina Bergman Tweets That Universal is Getting Set to Film New 'Doom' Movie
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Daniel Craig's 007 Aston Martin sells at auction for $468,500
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‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Trailer: Christopher Nolan Presents a Stunning 70mm Print of Kubrick’s Classic
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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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'The Virgin Suicides' Began Sofia Coppola & Kirsten Dunst's Winning Combination
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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 LEGO Movie’ Was ‘Ready Player One’ First, and Better
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The Dude Abides: Revisiting the Locations from 'The Big Lebowski', 20 Years Later
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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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‘Dirty Computer’ Official Poster
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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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Part 3 of 2 of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Warners
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LA Theater debuts First LED Cinema Wall in the US! Featuring 4K HDR by Samsung
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Rewatching Promethius it's difficult to watch Shaw knowing what David does to her.
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Comcast Bid 16% More Than Disney for 21st Century Fox, Filing Shows
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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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Robert Redford has said David Lowery's "The Old Man and the Gun" will be his last film performance.
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Toy Story’s Sids Revenge
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'Capernaum' New Poster For Nadine Labaki's Upcoming movie
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Graboids Take the Arctic in First 'Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell' Clip
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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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Neil Blomkamp Oats Studios Cancels ‘Firebase’ Movie Crowdfunding
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First U.S. Samsung LED Cinema Screen Debuts in Chatsworth, Calif.
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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 are your Top 5 musicals?
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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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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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First Poster - 'Adrift' | Shailene Woodley, Sam Claflin, Jeffrey Thomas, Grace Palmer
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The 1994 Hong Kong film Chungking Express uses the song "California Dreamin'" by The Mamas & The Papas EIGHT times for a total of 9:37
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A New Film in 'The Conjuring' Universe Has Been Dated for July 3rd, 2019 Release
39 psychedelicshotguns Blade Runner. Fell asleep through it when I was 8 or 9, tried again as a teenager found it boring, watched it again recently and thought it was great! Watched it about 3 times in a few months. I do feel its one of those movies you need to watch more than once to really appreciate. Also St Elmos Fire. Saw it around 8-9 i liked breakfast club so i thought id like it but found it boring. Then loved it when i rewatched as a teen.
24 Agent_9191 It's A Wonderful Life. Always thought it was slow, and being in black and white made me associate it with the "dull" movies my grandmother would always watch on TCM.
8 6foot8yoga Maybe not what you are looking for but I hated Anchorman. Watched it a couple years later and loved it. The first time I saw it I thought it was just way too obnoxious. When I rewatched it I realized that’s kind of the point.
33 Cyclone_1 When I was very young, I hated when my father wanted to watch Empire Strikes Back with me. I thought the movie was long, slow and just really boring. I also didn't enjoy watching Han get tortured and I really hated Lando. I loved Eps 4 and 6 so much more at the time. My father would laugh it off and told me I'd appreciate it when I got older. He was correct. Nowadays, I think it's a terrific movie.
7 SetsunaFS Blade Runner. I was in my teens when I first saw it. And all I knew it as was a science fiction classic starring Harrison Ford. So obviously, I was expecting something more like a gritty Star Wars lol. Not a noir film. So I hated it when I first saw it. It wasn't until I got more well versed in classic films and film in general did I love Blade Runner.
7 ummhumm We rented A Fish Called Wanda back when I was like 8 and it's still on my mind how disappointing it was. As an older fellow, I really loved the movie.
12 ledrunkJames [La Dolce Vita](http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0053779/) was much better at 30 than it was at 20.
6 merle_ **Ghost World.** I didn’t get all the subtle nuances back then. Today, the movie is hilarious on many levels.
6 bearjew96 Turned off The Prestige after about 15 minutes when I was 13 or 14. Watched it a few years later and loved it.
11 MorgaineDax The Truman Show. He didn't talk out of his butt once! Fuck you, Blockbuster!
9 MovieMike007 2001: A Space Odyssey bored me to tears when I was a kid and now I simply adore the film.
4 Scaramuccia *The Hudsucker Proxy*
12 fungobat INDIANA JONES AND THE TEMPLE OF DOOM. I just loved RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK so much and could not wait for the sequel. I remember seeing TEMPLE OF DOOM at the theater (I was 15) and just being confused and thinking "No, this is not the Indiana Jones I wanted." But, over subsequent viewings and years of wisdom, it's become my 2nd favorite Indiana Jones movie (next to Raiders). So good. Plus, it's a prequel!
6 Serkisist I used to absolutely despise *Finding Nemo* when I was a kid. Years later I figured out the reason was once, when I was young, I had a really nasty headache while I watched the movie, and from then on I associated the film with a nasty headache. Now I love it, of course. Fantastic movie.
9 ichabodc86 Not a movie but a character. I absolutely hated George costanza when I was a kid. Now that I’m older he is my favorite on the show.
3 TheJanitorsofChaos Didn't like Closer or Match Point the first time around. Now they are favorites.
3 Volodio Strangely, none. I can't think of any movie I hated and I now love. Maybe it's because I don't watch again movies I hated though.
3 LisaChimes Not a specific film but when I was younger I refused to watch anything that had subtitles. Now I enjoy them often and will always seek out a subbed version over a dubbed version no matter what.
3 111uhh1 Return of the Jedi. I used to think it was really boring for some reason, but now it's one of my favorites. I personally put it above Empire even, and I don't get the relative hate for it.
3 erik_reeds A.I. Breathless The Searchers
3 ReservoirDog316 The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou! Just hated everything about it when I was younger cause it's so......Wes Anderson-y.But just out of nowhere, his movies just clicked for me and I love them. Been meaning to rewatch The Grand Budapest Hotel too cause that was the last movie I saw of his I hated. But I just kept thinking of his style more and more after I saw it till I just loved it eventually. Hated his style, hate watched TGBH, kept thinking how stupid it was till I realized I loved it. [Which was basically what happened to Homer with Clown College.](https://youtu.be/XyxvX1N9Tdg)
3 AmiroPlaysGames The Godfather. I remember kinda watching it with my brother when I was a kid. He had the collection on VHS. He had the 1st one on the screen and I just thought it seemed really boring. Fast forward to now and it's probably my favourite movie of all time.
2 biancaleesi I watched Side Effects when I was 14 and was really confused about the good reviews. A few years later, I studied Psychology and had to watch it again for a class, and I was pretty surprised how much I understood it compared to when I was in pre-college.
2 Dandelegion I hated the first Lord of the Rings when it first came out; it's now one of my favorite movies.
2 cucklording Alfred Hitchcock movies.
40 0 psychedelicshotguns Blade Runner. Fell asleep through it when I was 8 or 9, tried again as a teenager found it boring, watched it again recently and thought it was great! Watched it about 3 times in a few months. I do feel its one of those movies you need to watch more than once to really appreciate. Also St Elmos Fire. Saw it around 8-9 i liked breakfast club so i thought id like it but found it boring. Then loved it when i rewatched as a teen.
23 0 Agent_9191 It's A Wonderful Life. Always thought it was slow, and being in black and white made me associate it with the "dull" movies my grandmother would always watch on TCM.
9 0 6foot8yoga Maybe not what you are looking for but I hated Anchorman. Watched it a couple years later and loved it. The first time I saw it I thought it was just way too obnoxious. When I rewatched it I realized that’s kind of the point.
32 0 Cyclone_1 When I was very young, I hated when my father wanted to watch Empire Strikes Back with me. I thought the movie was long, slow and just really boring. I also didn't enjoy watching Han get tortured and I really hated Lando. I loved Eps 4 and 6 so much more at the time. My father would laugh it off and told me I'd appreciate it when I got older. He was correct. Nowadays, I think it's a terrific movie.
7 0 SetsunaFS Blade Runner. I was in my teens when I first saw it. And all I knew it as was a science fiction classic starring Harrison Ford. So obviously, I was expecting something more like a gritty Star Wars lol. Not a noir film. So I hated it when I first saw it. It wasn't until I got more well versed in classic films and film in general did I love Blade Runner.
6 0 ummhumm We rented A Fish Called Wanda back when I was like 8 and it's still on my mind how disappointing it was. As an older fellow, I really loved the movie.
11 0 ledrunkJames [La Dolce Vita](http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0053779/) was much better at 30 than it was at 20.
6 0 merle_ **Ghost World.** I didn’t get all the subtle nuances back then. Today, the movie is hilarious on many levels.
5 0 bearjew96 Turned off The Prestige after about 15 minutes when I was 13 or 14. Watched it a few years later and loved it.
11 0 MorgaineDax The Truman Show. He didn't talk out of his butt once! Fuck you, Blockbuster!
8 0 MovieMike007 2001: A Space Odyssey bored me to tears when I was a kid and now I simply adore the film.
3 0 Scaramuccia *The Hudsucker Proxy*
13 0 fungobat INDIANA JONES AND THE TEMPLE OF DOOM. I just loved RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK so much and could not wait for the sequel. I remember seeing TEMPLE OF DOOM at the theater (I was 15) and just being confused and thinking "No, this is not the Indiana Jones I wanted." But, over subsequent viewings and years of wisdom, it's become my 2nd favorite Indiana Jones movie (next to Raiders). So good. Plus, it's a prequel!
7 0 Serkisist I used to absolutely despise *Finding Nemo* when I was a kid. Years later I figured out the reason was once, when I was young, I had a really nasty headache while I watched the movie, and from then on I associated the film with a nasty headache. Now I love it, of course. Fantastic movie.
8 0 ichabodc86 Not a movie but a character. I absolutely hated George costanza when I was a kid. Now that I’m older he is my favorite on the show.
3 0 TheJanitorsofChaos Didn't like Closer or Match Point the first time around. Now they are favorites.
3 0 Volodio Strangely, none. I can't think of any movie I hated and I now love. Maybe it's because I don't watch again movies I hated though.
3 0 LisaChimes Not a specific film but when I was younger I refused to watch anything that had subtitles. Now I enjoy them often and will always seek out a subbed version over a dubbed version no matter what.
3 0 111uhh1 Return of the Jedi. I used to think it was really boring for some reason, but now it's one of my favorites. I personally put it above Empire even, and I don't get the relative hate for it.
3 0 erik_reeds A.I. Breathless The Searchers
3 0 ReservoirDog316 The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou! Just hated everything about it when I was younger cause it's so......Wes Anderson-y.But just out of nowhere, his movies just clicked for me and I love them. Been meaning to rewatch The Grand Budapest Hotel too cause that was the last movie I saw of his I hated. But I just kept thinking of his style more and more after I saw it till I just loved it eventually. Hated his style, hate watched TGBH, kept thinking how stupid it was till I realized I loved it. [Which was basically what happened to Homer with Clown College.](https://youtu.be/XyxvX1N9Tdg)
3 0 AmiroPlaysGames The Godfather. I remember kinda watching it with my brother when I was a kid. He had the collection on VHS. He had the 1st one on the screen and I just thought it seemed really boring. Fast forward to now and it's probably my favourite movie of all time.
2 0 biancaleesi I watched Side Effects when I was 14 and was really confused about the good reviews. A few years later, I studied Psychology and had to watch it again for a class, and I was pretty surprised how much I understood it compared to when I was in pre-college.
2 0 Dandelegion I hated the first Lord of the Rings when it first came out; it's now one of my favorite movies.
2 0 cucklording Alfred Hitchcock movies.