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Official Discussion: Phantom Thread [SPOILERS]
76
Official Discussion: Call Me By Your Name [SPOILERS]
24411
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.
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'
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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
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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'
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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
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Blade runner 2049 City Miniatures - Weta Workshop - (89 images)
48 PM_ME_SMTHING_SECRET To get this started: One particular aspect I found interesting was the way General Jack Ripper’s rants about “Fluoridation” and “Bodily Fluids”, felt like something Alex Jones could be screaming on infowars right now!
21 ElLinoso Don't forget Peter Sellers and his hilarious performance " Mein Fuhrer , I can walk!" , this movie and Lolita wouldn't have been half as fun without the man.
16 Barva One of the greatest comedies ever as it's so dense in substance but is still making you laugh all the way through. Dr. Strangelove: "Of course, the whole point of a Doomsday Machine is lost, if you *keep* it a *secret*! Why didn't you tell the world, EH?" Ambassador de Sadesky: "It was to be announced at the Party Congress on Monday. As you know, the Premier loves surprises."
32 benhur217 It’s a black comedy about human annihilation and what we find value in. Kubrick has humanity in dark places in his movies, yet this one dares to make us laugh because it made him laugh. Great shit.
42 ShotMarvinInTheFace Its especially relevant today with the US president talking about nuclear buttons as if theyre dicks. The best part about Doctor Strangelove was how the movie is basically a metaphor for a bunch of old men who havent gotten laid in a while. The cold war is portrayed as a case of blue balls for military leaders. Some of them are all too eager to press the button and see some action, and anyone who isnt is portrayed as effeminate or homosexual. My favorite scene has to be the ending, when the men in the war room realize that a nuclear fall out is imminent. Naturally, their next course of action is to sit tight in a nuclear shelter with dozens of young women and begin to repopulate. In his excitement, the German Doctor Strangelove can no longer hold down his nazi salute, a metaphorical erection. Check this film out if you havent, even if you dont like politics its a hilarious portrayal of war and the people in charge of it. "Gentlemen, you cant fight in here. This is the war room!"
10 Alpha_Bit_Poop I feel like it was a brilliant decision to make the movie a comedy and not a serious drama. If it had been a serious movie it would have been so dark and depressing, but making it a comedy makes it a joy to watch while still getting it's point across.
6 AdClemson GENTLEMEN!!!! You can't fight in here, this is the War room.
4 Phil-Michaels It's yet another masterpiece from a guy who seemed only able to make masterpieces. It's also my favourite Kubrick film (the great thing about Stanley Kubrick is that you can pick any one of his films as your favourite and not be wrong). The genius part of this film is that, while it's still a comedy, it can still be taken seriously. If a nuclear holocaust were to happen, I can totally imagine it playing out like this... and I think that's what makes it so funny, because it's so real. Dr. Strangelove is essentially the cinematic equivalent of a George Carlin comedy routine: Because you're laughing your ass off the whole way through, but in the back of your mind, you know everything he's saying is the truth. I also have to mention just how ballsy it was to make and release this film. At the height of Cold War, not too far removed from the Cuban Missile Crisis AND the Kennedy assassination, we have a film coming out that mocks the whole thing. Could you imagine the online shit storm if the internet existed at the time?
6 road-hogwithanolddog A high school teacher made us watch this years ago and I didn’t pay enough attention, although I love Kubrick. I’ll have to give it a watch.
3 suburban_beverage19 My favourite Kubrick movie
3 wheelburrow A masterpiece. And still very relevant today. Peter Sellers was a genius.
2 squarelogs I think the final bombing run procedure was chillingly accurate though Kubrick had to make educated guesswork as it was top secret.
2 AmiroPlaysGames Peter Sellers, while apparently a real asshole away from the Silver Screen, was a fucking cinematic GEM. They don't make them like him anymore.
1 KillroysGhost Someone tell me how to watch this movie I can’t find it anywhere
1 thatsolandon There is now movie that makes me feel the way I feel at the end of Dr. Strangelove. Never knew there was something so hilarious about nuclear annihilation.
1 delcielo I love the scene where George C Scott's character is talking about the pilot still having a chance to make the bomb run. He's so proud of his boys, his system, his weapons. That moment when he realizes it will all kill him and end the world is amazing, the dawning realization written across his face. Over in /r/books they have a thread about which book or series you wish you could forget and experience again for the first time. I wish I could experience Dr. Strangelove for the first time again. It's just brilliant.
51 0 PM_ME_SMTHING_SECRET To get this started: One particular aspect I found interesting was the way General Jack Ripper’s rants about “Fluoridation” and “Bodily Fluids”, felt like something Alex Jones could be screaming on infowars right now!
21 0 ElLinoso Don't forget Peter Sellers and his hilarious performance " Mein Fuhrer , I can walk!" , this movie and Lolita wouldn't have been half as fun without the man.
16 0 Barva One of the greatest comedies ever as it's so dense in substance but is still making you laugh all the way through. Dr. Strangelove: "Of course, the whole point of a Doomsday Machine is lost, if you *keep* it a *secret*! Why didn't you tell the world, EH?" Ambassador de Sadesky: "It was to be announced at the Party Congress on Monday. As you know, the Premier loves surprises."
32 0 benhur217 It’s a black comedy about human annihilation and what we find value in. Kubrick has humanity in dark places in his movies, yet this one dares to make us laugh because it made him laugh. Great shit.
44 0 ShotMarvinInTheFace Its especially relevant today with the US president talking about nuclear buttons as if theyre dicks. The best part about Doctor Strangelove was how the movie is basically a metaphor for a bunch of old men who havent gotten laid in a while. The cold war is portrayed as a case of blue balls for military leaders. Some of them are all too eager to press the button and see some action, and anyone who isnt is portrayed as effeminate or homosexual. My favorite scene has to be the ending, when the men in the war room realize that a nuclear fall out is imminent. Naturally, their next course of action is to sit tight in a nuclear shelter with dozens of young women and begin to repopulate. In his excitement, the German Doctor Strangelove can no longer hold down his nazi salute, a metaphorical erection. Check this film out if you havent, even if you dont like politics its a hilarious portrayal of war and the people in charge of it. "Gentlemen, you cant fight in here. This is the war room!"
10 0 Alpha_Bit_Poop I feel like it was a brilliant decision to make the movie a comedy and not a serious drama. If it had been a serious movie it would have been so dark and depressing, but making it a comedy makes it a joy to watch while still getting it's point across.
4 0 AdClemson GENTLEMEN!!!! You can't fight in here, this is the War room.
4 0 Phil-Michaels It's yet another masterpiece from a guy who seemed only able to make masterpieces. It's also my favourite Kubrick film (the great thing about Stanley Kubrick is that you can pick any one of his films as your favourite and not be wrong). The genius part of this film is that, while it's still a comedy, it can still be taken seriously. If a nuclear holocaust were to happen, I can totally imagine it playing out like this... and I think that's what makes it so funny, because it's so real. Dr. Strangelove is essentially the cinematic equivalent of a George Carlin comedy routine: Because you're laughing your ass off the whole way through, but in the back of your mind, you know everything he's saying is the truth. I also have to mention just how ballsy it was to make and release this film. At the height of Cold War, not too far removed from the Cuban Missile Crisis AND the Kennedy assassination, we have a film coming out that mocks the whole thing. Could you imagine the online shit storm if the internet existed at the time?
6 0 road-hogwithanolddog A high school teacher made us watch this years ago and I didn’t pay enough attention, although I love Kubrick. I’ll have to give it a watch.
3 0 suburban_beverage19 My favourite Kubrick movie
3 0 wheelburrow A masterpiece. And still very relevant today. Peter Sellers was a genius.
2 0 squarelogs I think the final bombing run procedure was chillingly accurate though Kubrick had to make educated guesswork as it was top secret.
2 0 AmiroPlaysGames Peter Sellers, while apparently a real asshole away from the Silver Screen, was a fucking cinematic GEM. They don't make them like him anymore.
1 0 KillroysGhost Someone tell me how to watch this movie I can’t find it anywhere
1 0 thatsolandon There is now movie that makes me feel the way I feel at the end of Dr. Strangelove. Never knew there was something so hilarious about nuclear annihilation.
1 0 delcielo I love the scene where George C Scott's character is talking about the pilot still having a chance to make the bomb run. He's so proud of his boys, his system, his weapons. That moment when he realizes it will all kill him and end the world is amazing, the dawning realization written across his face. Over in /r/books they have a thread about which book or series you wish you could forget and experience again for the first time. I wish I could experience Dr. Strangelove for the first time again. It's just brilliant.