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Title
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Official Discussion: Phantom Thread [SPOILERS]
76
Official Discussion: Call Me By Your Name [SPOILERS]
24411
Super Troopers 2 - Trailer
4977
'John Wick 3' To Be Directed by Chad Stahelski ('John Wick, 'John Wick 2')
26107
‘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.
1801
Tomb Raider | Official Trailer #2
896
Star Wars: Joseph Gordon-Levitt wrote a 2,000 word essay defending The Last Jedi
421
‘Paddington 2’ Becomes Rotten Tomatoes’ Best-Reviewed Movie of All-Time
232
"Taxi Driver for a new century" - New poster for Joaquin Phoenix's You Were Never Really Here
430
Samuel L. Jackson on Nick Fury, Mace Windu, and the power of a great wig
329
Official Discussion - Star Wars: The Last Jedi [SPOILERS] (Thread Vol. 2)
82
Sean Connery Turned Down 'Indiana Jones 4' Because the Role Was Too Small
2678
Laurence Fishburne, Common, and Ruby Rose Returning for 'John Wick 3'
30945
First Photo of Zac Efron as Ted Bundy in ‘Extremely Wicked’
81
ICHI THE KILLER: DEFINITIVE REMASTERED EDITION (2018) Official Trailer
126
SAG Life Achievement Honoree Morgan Freeman Proves Life Can Begin at 50
54
‘Men In Black’ Untitled Spinoff Moves to June 14th 2019
57
Casper Van Dien AMA on /r/movies tomorrow: Friday, January 19 at 11 AM PST
404
Cloverfield - 10 years on...
106
A few new details of Tarantino's Untitled #9 from a recent Deadline article
19
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.
129
'Call Me by Your Name' Is a Love Letter to Missed Opportunity
218
What is your petty nit-pick about a movie that was generally positively received?
203
The Making of "The Shape of Water" - VFX Breakdown
14
Machine Gun Kelly to Play Tommy Lee in Netflix's Motley Crue Biopic 'The Dirt'
45
How Brawl in Cell Block 99’s director ‘made it happen on the set’
8
‘Toy Story 4’ To Be Written By Stephany Folsom
31
Sátántangó to Receive a 4K Restoration and Re-Release From Arbelos Films
1685
Movie Theater Attendance Hits 24-Year Low, Ticket Prices Rise Nearly 4 Percent
15
Mark Wahlberg Denies Steroid Ring Involvement (Exclusive)
1694
"Very very very rare!" Stallone unveils FIRST POSTER ever made for ROCKY.
27
Den of Thieves is 140 minutes long?! That's crazy talk for a January flick starring Gerard Butler.
4380
Jump Scare Scenes Without Jump Scare Sound Effects
170
The original 'Silent Hill' contains a recreation of the school from 'Kindergarten Cop'
19832
The Silence of the Lambs (1991) Art By Blake Armstrong
63
Most intense scenes in films?
82
Master of giallo Dario Argento looks back on his horror masterpiece at 40 in this celebratory video interview by Leigh Singer.
5
Colin Firth joins the list of actors who say they'll never work with Woody Allen again
14
Samuel L. Jackson's 'Jurassic Park' Character Was Originally Going to Die On Screen
69
Who do you want as the next Bond girl
14
Rian Johnson Didn't Want the Knights of Ren in The Last Jedi Because He Would've Murdered Them
972
Blade runner 2049 City Miniatures - Weta Workshop - (89 images)
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.
22 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.
6 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.
13 ledrunkJames [La Dolce Vita](http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0053779/) was much better at 30 than it was at 20.
7 merle_ **Ghost World.** I didn’t get all the subtle nuances back then. Today, the movie is hilarious on many levels.
5 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!
8 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*
13 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 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.
10 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.
37 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.
8 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.
7 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.
13 0 ledrunkJames [La Dolce Vita](http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0053779/) was much better at 30 than it was at 20.
5 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.
10 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.
4 0 Scaramuccia *The Hudsucker Proxy*
12 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!
8 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.
9 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.