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Official Discussion: Black Panther [SPOILERS]
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What was the best film you watched this week? (12/02/2018 - 18/02/2018)
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'The Lion King' Live-Action Remake Cutting Classic Song 'Be Prepared' from Animated Film
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How Denis Villeneuve Created the Most Complicated Sex Scene of All Time - Blade Runner 2049
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Half in the Bag Episode 141: Black Panther
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Fifty Shades Freed: Feature length commercial for luxury goods or chilling glimpse into the post-human future?
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Juror #10's rant from 12 Angry Men - a truly powerful scene that feels highly reminiscent of the current political climate.
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The Overuse of the Word 'Masterpiece'
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First Image from Thriller 'In Darkness' - Starring Natalie Dormer, Ed Skrein, and Emily Ratajkowski
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2018 BAFTA Awards: 'Three Billboards' Wins Best Actress, Best Film, Best British Film, Best Original Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor - 'Blade Runner 2049' Wins Best Cinematography, Best Visual Effects - 'Shape Of Water' Wins Best Director, Best Score, Best Design-'The Handmaiden' Wins Foreign Film
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'Blade Runner 2049' Wins Top Prize From American Society of Cinematographers
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The BAFTA Fellowship is awarded to Sir Ridley Scott
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‘Get Out’s Jordan Peele & Daniel Kaluuya Reveal The Careful Chemistry Behind Most Combustible Best Picture Nominee
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One of my favourite uses of a song in a movie - Donnie Darko - Head over Heels by Tears for Fears - conveys so much with no dialogue.
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‘Blade Runner 2049’s Sylvia Hoeks To Play Softcore Porn Actress Sylvia Kristel In Biopic
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The Three Colours Trilogy by Krzysztof Kie?lowski
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A Man Called Ove (2016) A bitter old man reflects back on his life choices during multiple suicide attempts while boisterous new neighbors force him to confront his feelings. Heart felt, funny, involving. Highly recommend. Free now on amazon.
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Ingmar Bergman’s 100th Birthday: 32 Movies to Honor A Cinematic Genius
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Commando, one of Arnie’s best films, redefined "an army of one”
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Johann Johannssonn was going to do the music for Christopher Robin before he passed away
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Pacific Rim: Uprising - Official Trailer 3
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Call Me By Your Name: Director Luca G didn't think masturbating with a peach was actually possible so he tried it out for himself and it actually worked. Timothée Chalamet had tested it too beforehand- “Of course it works. I tried it myself as well.”
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Keira Knightley to Star in Forgotten Story of Iraq War Whistleblower
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Pixar Animator Frank Abney breaks down a scene from Coco that he animated
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Watching Blade really makes me miss good vampire movies
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Guillermo del Toro Had a Hidden Cameo In 'The Shape of Water'
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Back to the Future Part II Concept Art by John Bell
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BAFTA Awards: 2018 Complete Winners List (Updating Live)
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'The Secret Life of Walter Mitty' (2013) is a severely overlooked movie
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Which DC animated film did you enjoy watching?
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Bosnian Actor and Silver Bear Winner Nazif Mujic Dies at 48
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How the CIA Used a Fake Sci-Fi Flick to Rescue Americans From Tehran | (2007)
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What "Bad" movie do you genuinely enjoy the most?
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Osgood Perkins To Direct ‘A Head Full Of Ghosts’ For Focus Features
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Favorite Historical Movies
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Marcel Carne's ‘Children of Paradise’ is a masterpiece of French cinema - Here is the famous pickpocket scene
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Redditors of the world, which three movies made in your country should we see?
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Which film studio or production company intro is your favorite?
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New Image from Netflix's Post-Apocalyptic Zombie-Thriller 'Cargo' - Starring Martin Freeman & Anthony Hayes
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Adam Driver has probably the best run of movies since 2015. And his upcoming movies are really promising too. Here's a list...
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Where Are The Great Revolutionary War Films?
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Male Leads with Repressed Rage
87 btcc1721 Could also say Natalie Portman in Leon (The Professional)
44 lacourseauxetoiles I think Robert Duvall takes the cake here. His first role was playing Boo Radley in To Kill a Mockingbird.
45 Firespray Sharlto Copley in District 9.
43 watermasta Chris Evans as [Jake Wyler in Not Another Teen Movie](#spoiler).
39 jimmyolsenblues John Cazale first movie was The Godfather.
37 oldspice75 Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday
33 Frostfright Edward Norton in Primal Fear.
25 MatttheBruinsfan It'd be hard to beat the one-two punch of Janelle Monáe's prominent roles in *Moonlight* and *Hidden Figures* in 2016. I think she'd only made cameo guest appearances as herself or done voice work up until that point?
22 greg225 He was in an Australian movie the year before, but Hugh Jackman in X-Men (2000) is a pretty damn amazing start to a career.
21 cones071 Jamie Lee Curtis in Halloween. She did some work in tv prior to that but her first film was a masterpiece.
63 ucheobidi Lupita Nyong'o in 12 Years A Slave. Hands down one of the best debuts of all time.
38 madism There's quite a few but ones that come to mind are: Natalie Portman The Professional Frances McDormand in Blood Simple Eddie Murphy in 48 Hours John Malkavich in Places in the Heart Edwarn Norton in Primal Fear Marlee Matlin in Children of a Lesser God
37 salingerparadise Orson Welles in *Citizen Kane* is pretty up there...
20 tat777303 Matthew David McConaughey: Dazed and Confused
10 JustAnotherBoyScout Well, Christoph Waltz's American debut was inglorious bastards, which he was brilliant in!
9 CrunchyNar Edward Norton in Primal Fear. Won a Golden Globe and arguably should have won the Oscar. Very impressive
66 jodatoufin Daisy Ridley's big Hollywood debut was in The Force Awakens. I think she absolutely nailed it on a big stage. Also Sissy Spacek in Badlands comes to mind.
8 WoodyMellow I dont know about 'Best" in terms of performance, but I can think of three notable instant ''star-making entrances" in movies. I mean scene where a virtual unknown has 'walked in" and was a 'movie star': Micheal Keaton in Night Shift Cameron Diaz in The Mask Eddie Murphy in 48hrs (granted that he was pretty well known via SNL, but had no movie prior) I'm sure there's more. Edward Norton Primal Fear is a good example of killer debut performance though.
8 lacourseauxetoiles Warren Beatty's first film was Splendor in the Grass, which earned him a Golden Globe nomination.
7 wildcosmias Emily Watson in Breaking the Waves
6 Delta_Assault Christopher Reeve in Superman
14 sluttyastronaut Winona Ryder in Lucas, Anna Paquin in The Piano, Anna Chlumsky in My Girl, Emily Watson in Breaking the Waves
11 phredbull Gary Oldman as Sid Viscious in Sid & Nancy.
5 am2370 Not sure if this counts since she was in a film prior that was not theatrically released in the US, but definitely Saoirse Ronan. Her first Hollywood debut was in Atonement, at age 13. What a fantastic performance, and an Oscar nomination at that age (with 3 nominations at age 23!). And she keeps making great ones.
18 mew2thicc Kevin Hart in Scary Movie 3
10 Ribbuns50 Harry Potter trio
11 DecorationOnly Barkhad Abdi in Captain Phillips. Dude went from no acting at all and a cab driver to Oscar nomination.
86 0 btcc1721 Could also say Natalie Portman in Leon (The Professional)
47 0 lacourseauxetoiles I think Robert Duvall takes the cake here. His first role was playing Boo Radley in To Kill a Mockingbird.
45 0 Firespray Sharlto Copley in District 9.
43 0 watermasta Chris Evans as [Jake Wyler in Not Another Teen Movie](#spoiler).
36 0 jimmyolsenblues John Cazale first movie was The Godfather.
35 0 oldspice75 Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday
33 0 Frostfright Edward Norton in Primal Fear.
24 0 MatttheBruinsfan It'd be hard to beat the one-two punch of Janelle Monáe's prominent roles in *Moonlight* and *Hidden Figures* in 2016. I think she'd only made cameo guest appearances as herself or done voice work up until that point?
22 0 greg225 He was in an Australian movie the year before, but Hugh Jackman in X-Men (2000) is a pretty damn amazing start to a career.
22 0 cones071 Jamie Lee Curtis in Halloween. She did some work in tv prior to that but her first film was a masterpiece.
63 0 ucheobidi Lupita Nyong'o in 12 Years A Slave. Hands down one of the best debuts of all time.
38 0 madism There's quite a few but ones that come to mind are: Natalie Portman The Professional Frances McDormand in Blood Simple Eddie Murphy in 48 Hours John Malkavich in Places in the Heart Edwarn Norton in Primal Fear Marlee Matlin in Children of a Lesser God
38 0 salingerparadise Orson Welles in *Citizen Kane* is pretty up there...
21 0 tat777303 Matthew David McConaughey: Dazed and Confused
10 0 JustAnotherBoyScout Well, Christoph Waltz's American debut was inglorious bastards, which he was brilliant in!
11 0 CrunchyNar Edward Norton in Primal Fear. Won a Golden Globe and arguably should have won the Oscar. Very impressive
66 0 jodatoufin Daisy Ridley's big Hollywood debut was in The Force Awakens. I think she absolutely nailed it on a big stage. Also Sissy Spacek in Badlands comes to mind.
9 0 WoodyMellow I dont know about 'Best" in terms of performance, but I can think of three notable instant ''star-making entrances" in movies. I mean scene where a virtual unknown has 'walked in" and was a 'movie star': Micheal Keaton in Night Shift Cameron Diaz in The Mask Eddie Murphy in 48hrs (granted that he was pretty well known via SNL, but had no movie prior) I'm sure there's more. Edward Norton Primal Fear is a good example of killer debut performance though.
9 0 lacourseauxetoiles Warren Beatty's first film was Splendor in the Grass, which earned him a Golden Globe nomination.
7 0 wildcosmias Emily Watson in Breaking the Waves
7 0 Delta_Assault Christopher Reeve in Superman
13 0 sluttyastronaut Winona Ryder in Lucas, Anna Paquin in The Piano, Anna Chlumsky in My Girl, Emily Watson in Breaking the Waves
12 0 phredbull Gary Oldman as Sid Viscious in Sid & Nancy.
5 0 am2370 Not sure if this counts since she was in a film prior that was not theatrically released in the US, but definitely Saoirse Ronan. Her first Hollywood debut was in Atonement, at age 13. What a fantastic performance, and an Oscar nomination at that age (with 3 nominations at age 23!). And she keeps making great ones.
18 0 mew2thicc Kevin Hart in Scary Movie 3
9 0 Ribbuns50 Harry Potter trio
8 0 DecorationOnly Barkhad Abdi in Captain Phillips. Dude went from no acting at all and a cab driver to Oscar nomination.