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Fifth Annual Oscar Bingo Submission thread!
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'Godzilla vs. Kong' To Start Filming In October
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Chris Tucker Confirms 'Rush Hour 4' is happening
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Netflix Lands Worldwide Rights to Next Four Duplass Brothers Films
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The Solo trailer recut to Sabotage is a much better trailer than the original
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New Poster for Drama-Thriller 'You Were Never Really Here' - Starring Joaquin Phoenix & Ekaterina Samsonov - Directed by Lynne Ramsey
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Paul Thomas Anderson Is Working On A Family-Friendly Script With His Eight-Year-Old Daughter
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The Shadow of the Colossus script being circulated around film circles is really *really* bad
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Reviews for "Annihilation" (2018) are in!
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I would LOVE to see a third Sherlock Holmes
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Does anyone have a suggestion on how I could help a very sick, bedridden Marvel fan see Black Panther from their home?
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THR Full Writers Roundtable: Jordan Peele, Darren Aronofsky, Emily V. Gordon, Aaron Sorkin, etc.
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'Jurassic World 3' In the Works, Sets June 11, 2021 Release Date
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PANDAS - Official Trailer
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Disney Misused 'Star Wars,' 'Frozen' Copyrights, Says Judge
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Babe (1995) is a perfect movie in almost every way
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Lupita Nyong’o To Star In ‘Born A Crime’ Based On Trevor Noah’s Memoir
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Why smart sci-fi struggles to find its audience in a 'Star Wars' world
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Paramount Drops 'Transformers 6' from its Slate
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Bond 25: Danny Boyle Crafting Original Story with T2 Writer
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Annihilation and Ex Machina director Alex Garland on using sci-fi to explore self-destruction The filmmaker also discusses Netflix, his new TV series, and the importance of treating the audience with respect
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Andy Serkis's MOWGLI, is rated PG-13: intense sequences of action violence including bloody images, and some thematic elements.
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Oscars: Gal Gadot, Mark Hamill, Lin-Manuel Miranda Among Second Group Of Presenters
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Jason Bateman was set to direct Game Night, until Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley said they'd only rewrite it if they could direct, too
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Finally sat down and watched Deliverance. My God.
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Two great movies this weekend!
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Jurrasic World 3 release date announced for June 11th, 2021.
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Guillermo Del Toro Denies ‘Shape Of Water’ Was Influenced By 1969 Play
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Falling Down at 25: why we couldn't resist one man's rampage
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This Star Wars Documentary on Sound in The Last Jedi Is Delightful
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Director Duncan Jones Dedicates ‘Mute’ to His Father, David Bowie
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Which movie scene/moment is the most tense, in your opinion?
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"Utøya July 22" review - recreation of Norway mass killing is a gut-wrenching ordeal | Film
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Movies to watch when you're feeling lost?
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Ren Osugi passes away at 66: Prolific character actor of Takeshi Kitano films, Audition, Cure
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PUMPKIN (2002) is a forgotten Lynchian dark teen comedy, highly offensive, makes Heathers look like Dawson's Creek
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Ten years later, 'Ratatouille' remains a striking allegory of art and class
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What are your opinions on the movie "Primer"?
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'Paddington Director Paul King To Direct Disney's Live-Action 'Pinocchio'
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New Image - ‘Gringo’ | David Oyelowo & Sharlto Copley
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The ecstatic spiritual sweep of Tarkovsky’s Andrei Rublev
67 Gorilladon I had the same reaction to What About Bob. As a kid, I thought Bill Murray was funny and Richard Dreyfus was a jerk. Watching it now, I have the opposite feeling, and I feel bad for Richard Dreyfus.
26 --Petrichor-- Love that movie so much. I really liked this aspect of it -- both Harry _and_ Sally were insufferable in their own ways during their first meeting. As they grew more mature, they became more palatable.
42 SpeakerOfThings *F.R.I.E.N.D.S* was also, IIRC, an adaptation of Cameron Crowe's grunge rom-com *Singles*. I've had the same thing happen to me with ... *Star Wars*. I used to relate to the Skywalkers, but I feel Obi-Wan far more now. I understand the wistful, gentleman sadness to him, the guy who let the whole shebang fuck up under his nose and lost his "little brother". He fucked up, but he keeps smiling!
12 DanJdot There's probably a German word for this exact phenomenon - and before some smart Alec pipes up, growing up doesn't quite capture the spirit. I watched Coming to America for the first time in years last night and I've gone from thinking Semi was being difficult and rebellious to realising that actually Prince Akeem is an absolute arse and demands far too much of his "friend". Also Akeem and Lisa's romance needed a lot more work!
14 XMenOrangesTangerine I'm in my twenties (first saw the movie in my late teens) and always thought Harry was kind of a dick. A funny dick, but a dick nonetheless.
18 toxicroach Reality Bites is the same way. You see it as a teenager, her picking the bipolar self absorbed artistic asshole seems romantic. Now it just seems sad and self destructive. That movie is great in a way because it inverts the rich jerk v. poor guy with a heart of gold and gives us the rich nice guy v. poor jerk. Fight Club is in the same vein as well.
10 RisherdMarglus *When Harry Met Sally* is one of my top five favorite films (don't @ me). I saw it when I was 18 and thought he was a jerk. Still think he is. But goddamn I love Billy Krystal's performance and Harry's dialogue. It's just fantastic.
18 satanicpuppy I always liked that about the film, that when he's 20, he's so full of shit and into himself. He stays witty, but he loses a lot of the cocky bullshit.
5 idreamofpikas And the sequel just made no sense, were he embraced being single, stopped shaving and hung around with that family seemed to have very little to do with the first film.
7 jack_johnson1 Recently I rewatched Close Encounters of the Third Kind when it was in theaters last summer. I was surprised and shocked how the main character abandoned his family so quickly.
6 Toshiba1point0 Harry is just an insecure everyday guy who can’t see the forest for the trees let alone deal with his feelings until he figures himself out at the end.
15 slayerfan420 I felt the same way about High Fidelity. I adored Rob Gordon and thought he was cool and misunderstood. Now I watch it and realise he's an asshole, self centred and entitled. Still love the movie but from a different viewpoint and my older wiser perspective
4 Deadeye5 Same how I felt with Eric from That 70's Show. Thought his parents were dicks. Turns out they're dealing with a stoner dumbass for a son. On top of that it's like they actually have an extra 5 kids because of his friends. You'd think Bob and Midge would help out. NOPE they're kids themselves. Eric's kind of lovable though and he's just a kid. Red and Kitty just want to be good parents because of how Laurie turned out.
68 0 Gorilladon I had the same reaction to What About Bob. As a kid, I thought Bill Murray was funny and Richard Dreyfus was a jerk. Watching it now, I have the opposite feeling, and I feel bad for Richard Dreyfus.
24 0 --Petrichor-- Love that movie so much. I really liked this aspect of it -- both Harry _and_ Sally were insufferable in their own ways during their first meeting. As they grew more mature, they became more palatable.
45 0 SpeakerOfThings *F.R.I.E.N.D.S* was also, IIRC, an adaptation of Cameron Crowe's grunge rom-com *Singles*. I've had the same thing happen to me with ... *Star Wars*. I used to relate to the Skywalkers, but I feel Obi-Wan far more now. I understand the wistful, gentleman sadness to him, the guy who let the whole shebang fuck up under his nose and lost his "little brother". He fucked up, but he keeps smiling!
12 0 DanJdot There's probably a German word for this exact phenomenon - and before some smart Alec pipes up, growing up doesn't quite capture the spirit. I watched Coming to America for the first time in years last night and I've gone from thinking Semi was being difficult and rebellious to realising that actually Prince Akeem is an absolute arse and demands far too much of his "friend". Also Akeem and Lisa's romance needed a lot more work!
12 0 XMenOrangesTangerine I'm in my twenties (first saw the movie in my late teens) and always thought Harry was kind of a dick. A funny dick, but a dick nonetheless.
18 0 toxicroach Reality Bites is the same way. You see it as a teenager, her picking the bipolar self absorbed artistic asshole seems romantic. Now it just seems sad and self destructive. That movie is great in a way because it inverts the rich jerk v. poor guy with a heart of gold and gives us the rich nice guy v. poor jerk. Fight Club is in the same vein as well.
11 0 RisherdMarglus *When Harry Met Sally* is one of my top five favorite films (don't @ me). I saw it when I was 18 and thought he was a jerk. Still think he is. But goddamn I love Billy Krystal's performance and Harry's dialogue. It's just fantastic.
17 0 satanicpuppy I always liked that about the film, that when he's 20, he's so full of shit and into himself. He stays witty, but he loses a lot of the cocky bullshit.
6 0 idreamofpikas And the sequel just made no sense, were he embraced being single, stopped shaving and hung around with that family seemed to have very little to do with the first film.
7 0 jack_johnson1 Recently I rewatched Close Encounters of the Third Kind when it was in theaters last summer. I was surprised and shocked how the main character abandoned his family so quickly.
6 0 Toshiba1point0 Harry is just an insecure everyday guy who can’t see the forest for the trees let alone deal with his feelings until he figures himself out at the end.
14 0 slayerfan420 I felt the same way about High Fidelity. I adored Rob Gordon and thought he was cool and misunderstood. Now I watch it and realise he's an asshole, self centred and entitled. Still love the movie but from a different viewpoint and my older wiser perspective
4 0 Deadeye5 Same how I felt with Eric from That 70's Show. Thought his parents were dicks. Turns out they're dealing with a stoner dumbass for a son. On top of that it's like they actually have an extra 5 kids because of his friends. You'd think Bob and Midge would help out. NOPE they're kids themselves. Eric's kind of lovable though and he's just a kid. Red and Kitty just want to be good parents because of how Laurie turned out.