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The Neon Demon by Michael Keaton - Sun, 07 Aug 2016 10:14:37 EST ID:vWSrJVNJ No.369327 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm sure y'all have discussed The Neon Demon already, but I watched it only two weeks ago and dear god it's still so intensely in my head.

I've rated over 660 movies on IMDb.com, and I've given the perfect rating for only 16 movies. Neon Demon is now one of them. It surprises me a lot, since I did not enjoy Drive or Only God Forgives that much. I think Drive is overrated, actually. Neon Demon, however, was simply phenomenal, especially in a movie theater.

What did y'all think about the film? Enjoyed it? Hated it? Why?

I just loved the visuals as well as the soundtrack and the dreamy narrative. Perfect eye candy (pun intended; see the ending of the movie).
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Ayumu Kasuga - Sun, 07 Aug 2016 14:27:45 EST ID:ppo0JB3D No.369343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>660 movies on IMDb.com
>and I've given the perfect rating for only 16 movies
But that's over 2% of them! Heh... I have logged around 1300 movies, and there's still only a couple dozen movies I'd rate 10/10.

Anyway. I saw Neon Demon about a month ago, or something, not really knowing about it before hand. Which is a good thing, I guess, so it managed to surprise me a little bit. But only a little. While I really liked the dream-like qualities of it, I think they fell apart at the end, and I was left wondering what the movies was telling me?

I liked the acting - especially Jena Malone - and the visuals were great. The general atmosphere (with music and all), particularly in a movie theater, was top notch. However, I'm betting that, had I seen the movie at home, it would have not mesmerized me that much, which is a clear minus.

All in all, I'd give it aroud 3 stars, for being an intresting movie. I can easily understand why this polarizes people. But in the end I didn't get that much out of it myself. (So go see it in theaters, or skip it, I'd say.)
Rick Deckard - Sun, 07 Aug 2016 17:53:49 EST ID:7MtCb0P3 No.369350 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Looks gorgeous, and the scene where she's left alone with the photographer is very powerful. But I think I'd need more scenes to be that evocative for me to call it perfect.
Ayumu Kasuga - Sun, 07 Aug 2016 19:13:01 EST ID:ppo0JB3D No.369352 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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About the main character: I got the impression that she actually wasn't at all so innocent or pure, than what she seemed like initially? The fashion world is shown to "prey" on her, but on the other hand she seemed to be really sure about her beauty, vain even, the more the story progressed? For me, it was really hard to root for any of the characters... altho the cameraboy was okay, and I love Keanu Reeves.
Pussy Galore - Thu, 18 Aug 2016 02:46:45 EST ID:JseGb9va No.370007 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Jolene Blalock - Thu, 18 Aug 2016 04:28:17 EST ID:N06Q4V3W No.370015 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Too true. Refn is hit or miss surface-level art.. Plebs expect him to be artistic because he has a foreign name. You want art? Peep out Andrzej Zulawski (RIP in cheese).

Rename a movie/show! by Richard Lao - Fri, 25 Mar 2016 17:35:18 EST ID:JNj4Bdna No.359802 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I really want to rename "K-19: The Widowmaker" to "Submarine-EVIL"

Idk how many times Harrison Ford and Liam Neeson actually say K-19 in the script, but I'm sure its enough, hearing either one of them say "Submarine-EVIL" in their horrid Russian Accents IS CERTAIN to make me smile and laugh.
And yeah it might actually make this snooze-fest watchable, I know they say K-19 alot.
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Denver, the Last Dinosaur - Tue, 05 Jul 2016 16:06:49 EST ID:RlC5ITn9 No.367496 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>I Don't Want No Trouble
could work as pretty much every Jackie Chan movie

well I hope you have a wonderful week
Anne Marie Darkhölme - Wed, 06 Jul 2016 16:41:54 EST ID:/qGAa6Hr No.367561 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Or "Leave me alone"
Peppermint Butler - Thu, 07 Jul 2016 05:17:23 EST ID:3IcjeqHq No.367573 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359828 its like the kids from the 60's were reading comic books and became parents to watch it at the movies with their kids. That poster could look like abstract gay kids nonsense otherwise.
Coach McGuirk - Fri, 12 Aug 2016 17:20:45 EST ID:lOXPMJnt No.369660 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Pretty much any catchphrase turns out golden imo
Quentin Tarantino - Wed, 17 Aug 2016 14:32:00 EST ID:e2XD8zOA No.369974 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Film, Television and allegations of Paedophilia by Tony Soprano - Fri, 13 May 2016 08:51:45 EST ID:KqD54oqW No.363977 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So we all have that one director or entertainer that has or has been alleged to have sexually assaulted a young person. Examples include Polanski, Allen, Saville, Crosby, Rolf Harris et al.

My question is, how does this affect your appreciation of their art? Do you assume it's not true because he's such a good artist ? Do you pretend you've never liked their stuff? Do you assume it is true because pedos are bad? Please discuss all of your thoughts relating to criminal artists if you will and whether or not it affects your appreciation of the form.

Personally I just assume the guy is a pedophile because that shit is rife, but you can't prove that shit normally so I let it go. Take Mr Woody Allen for example. Like OJ he most likely did it but who gives a shit right because it's ambiguous and this sort of fruitiness lends itself to art. So yeah I'll watch me some rosemarys baby.
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Ghengis Dong - Mon, 15 Aug 2016 17:04:05 EST ID:VuVTp5q1 No.369859 Ignore Report Quick Reply
3 pages into google and it's almost exclusively blogs and forums, and vague reference to a mention in the documentary "An open Secret" by Amy Berg who also did "Deliver us from Evil" (about Child abuse in the church). At this stage it seems like an empty rumor that made it big on the click-bait scene because 18-25s are sheep and watched shit TV like iCarly, Zoey 101, and The Amanda Show
Ghengis Dong - Mon, 15 Aug 2016 17:05:35 EST ID:VuVTp5q1 No.369860 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nah, I get who he was, just I find no information on the accusations. Just the rumor being recycled on forums (Such as we're doing now)
Ghengis Dong - Mon, 15 Aug 2016 18:44:00 EST ID:VuVTp5q1 No.369871 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OK, I'll walk it back a bit. The Amanda Show was a decent kids' variety program
Ruby Jean "Granny" Cuyler - Mon, 15 Aug 2016 19:02:50 EST ID:jL61xjQh No.369873 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>"Deliver us from Evil"
That is an amazing documentary. Not a barrel of laughs though.
Kelly LeBrock - Mon, 15 Aug 2016 20:43:54 EST ID:9syKeRQ6 No.369888 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's what i thought you son of a bitch

Upcoming/Current Film Thread by StimUsher - Thu, 14 Apr 2016 20:47:43 EST ID:6vxagbwH No.361615 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey, your resident theater worker here coming to bring you a list of the upcoming and current films that have caught my interest both positively or negatively. I figure doing this job and being around films so much I could be a reviewer, but I'd rather just share my thoughts with ol /mtv/! Expect a lot of subjective quips and to disagree with my opinions, this is personal review and speculation. I'm a movie buff, but I don't have time to see every movie, too busy doing drugs!

>Alice Through the Looking Glass
I'm a huge nerd for Alice and Wonderland shit, but I didn't like Tim Burton's weird live action rendition of the classic and I do not expect to be wowed with this one if I see it.

>Angry Birds
The fact I even saw this was coming out as a movie had me wanting to slam my head through a wall. I'm gonna hate working on the day they release this shit. Cleaning up after kids movie is bad enough, but knowing the hype Angry Birds has among ADHD laden children it's gonna be some in the trenches shit.

>Batman v Superman
I've heard mixed reviews on it from customers. The action looks great, especially all the Batman scenes, from what I've seen. What I don't like is that shitty Micheal Cera knock-off kid from American Ultra (that movie was a pile) playing a non-bald Lex Luthor. Huge turn off on that account.

>The Boss
This Melissa McCarthy comedy looked like it was gonna be a tanker the moment I saw the poorly cut trailer they tried to edit out the swearing from (like you don't have another funny scene to pick, not looking good). The first time I cleaned a theater for it a lady was passed out hard asleep and it took me about 7 "ma'ams" and "pardon mes" to wake her (to which she goes, "oh shit its over?"). That told me all I needed to know about this film.

>Big Fat Greek Wedding 2
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Cleveland Brown - Sun, 14 Aug 2016 04:13:51 EST ID:zgS6RI5g No.369748 Ignore Report Quick Reply
alright I saw Suicide Squad
Now, I'm one of the people that thought BvS didn't deserve the hate and bad scores that it got, it wasn't a perfect movie but in no way was it 27% on RT bad. If I had to give it a percentage it would be somewhere between 60-70%, so I didn't really trust the hate that SS is getting
But HOLY fuck was it bad. Awkward cringe dialogue, spamming of popular songs, not one single character I have a shit about, dumb fucking story with a shitty payoff, some of the worst pacing I've ever seen, the list goes on. Even joker wasn't worth it because Leto and his """""method acting""" was so hilariously overdone and lines butchered because of his stupid fucking grill
Only things I can say I actually liked was seeing that few seconds of flash during boomerangs background and how untintentionally hilarious it could be like when they introduce slipknot and blow his head off five minutes later. Dude got like seriously 2 lines and there's promo pictures for him and everything. THATS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU DONT STICK TO SNAKES AND SPARKLERS
It's all just so fucked
Cecil B. DeMille - Sun, 14 Aug 2016 04:23:44 EST ID:UjD1UweG No.369749 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I am honestly not surprised by this at all. I figured it would be a flop considering all the hype it got, by retarded people on my news feeds. I'm not one to be contrarian or anti-conformity and hate everything that is popular, but I get a very strong sense of caution when I see that everyone around me is going nuts for something that seems inane or silly.
I honestly got a sick sadistic pleasure seeing everyone on my news feed getting super butthurt trying to defend the movie, or talking about how sad they were because of how bad it was. That's why you don't invest yourself so much in something before you even know what it is. ESPECIALLY if it's a comic book movie.
Kiki - Mon, 15 Aug 2016 06:54:44 EST ID:RoJKB15f No.369812 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Personally I hated BvS way more, probably because it was butchering DCs 2 most important charcters rather than just C list villains. Suicide Squad was still a mess though, you're right on the clumsy, forced use of music and that fucking Joker. Leto's Joker laugh seriously sounded like he was reading it off a script. "Hah. Hah. Hah. Haaaaah." Oh well, at least he was barely in the film.

I'd say the plot was stupid but it was hardly there at all. Basically Age of Ultron/Thor 2 only somehow even more generic. And holy fuck, Entchantress looks cool for less than 10 minutes total screentime and spends the rest of the film looking and acting like a Lady Gaga wannabe with cerebral palsy.
Nabe Shogun - Mon, 15 Aug 2016 10:17:43 EST ID:Tay0vG7e No.369817 Ignore Report Quick Reply
AM I the only one who immediately loses all hype when a obviously R rated movie is watered down to PG-13? Like Deadpool was the first R rated movie that wasn't generic action Borne or a comedy in ages. Suicide Squad flopped for other reasons but I lost any interest when I saw the PG-13 rating on a movie billboard.
Chairface Chippendale - Mon, 15 Aug 2016 19:11:25 EST ID:wmteLy4k No.369875 Ignore Report Quick Reply
omg op, please just stop. these enormous rambling blog posts are a major eyesore, and your taste is pleb af.

thread hidden user ignored etc

wtf? by Squidward Tentacles - Sun, 14 Aug 2016 21:41:47 EST ID:RweNhena No.369775 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Why is there nothing good on TV this summer? With Preacher over, summer suddenly sucks dicks where TV is concerned. And it wasn't very good before now. Stranger Things was 8/10 IF I AM BEING GENEROUS and I don;t watch Mr Robot (I'm sure it's good, just not my cup of tea) so TV is a wasteland.

And it isn;t like movie theaters are offering me any better alternatives. What, am I going to go see Suicide Squad?
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 14 Aug 2016 23:14:49 EST ID:Yj6+a6tV No.369786 Report Quick Reply
Oh shit I didn't read the ID before I posted that lol. Well I mean you watch a lot of the same stuff as me but I guess when it comes to watching, I'm more lenient in judging shows and stuff. YTW and HACF are worth looking forward to though at least.
John Crichton - Mon, 15 Aug 2016 01:08:53 EST ID:3IGo5C+X No.369794 Ignore Report Quick Reply
1) Always been this way. Common sense tells me Summer would be the best time to air shows, since youngins are out of school and work is less hectic, but I guess not.

2) Just watch something old. There is 50+ years of constant tv that you've probably haven't seen 5% of. Idk why some are so preoccupied with "new".
Squidward Tentacles - Mon, 15 Aug 2016 08:03:58 EST ID:RweNhena No.369815 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You'd think that, but apparently most people have social lives in the summer (who knew?) and shows never get ratings because nobody is ever home at night, they are off doing beach stuff. So working stiffs like me who don't see summer any different than winter get screwed on after-work entertainment.

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Katniss Everdeen - Mon, 15 Aug 2016 09:44:09 EST ID:3IcjeqHq No.369816 Ignore Report Quick Reply
well they just cant keep putting out show after show or my brain will get to use to it and want to do something else.
Crunch Buttsteak - Mon, 15 Aug 2016 11:16:40 EST ID:aYOyEPUo No.369820 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Breaking Bad wasn't a summer show. The production just kept slipping.

We watchin' shit by Wilfred - Fri, 12 Aug 2016 07:05:48 EST ID:N06Q4V3W No.369622 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It's 4:20 somewhere. Ain't that the saying? C'mon in to /mtv/tube and watch some shit. I'm working all weekend but that doesn't mean you can't watch some shit! http://taima.tv/r/mtv I'll check in intermittently throughout the weekend. Suggest some shit! Jam starting at 9am EST!!
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 12 Aug 2016 08:59:28 EST ID:Y9qZHClZ No.369626 Report Quick Reply
Thanks for that. I'd like to see more activity on the tube though without Google Drive support and streamers, it's hard to keep it consistently running.
Wilfred - Fri, 12 Aug 2016 09:11:44 EST ID:N06Q4V3W No.369629 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Google Drive thing is a pain but manageable. Streamers is another thing entirely. Including a little bit of everything helps draw viewers.
Dr. Hank McCoy - Sun, 14 Aug 2016 09:51:32 EST ID:N06Q4V3W No.369756 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Still going. If you haven't popped in and watched you've missed out on some good stuff. Now playing is The Unkissed Bride aka Mother Goose a Go Go.

Star Wars: Rogue One (A Star Wars Story) by Jolene Blalock - Thu, 07 Apr 2016 08:24:51 EST ID:e0rWJ/rk No.361012 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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First Rogue One trailer dropped just now. I guess it aired on Good Morning America, but it already made it's way all over the internet.

Personally I think it looks great. Looks like the kind of Star Wars movie I always wanted to see. People are gonna criticize the fact that it takes place during the OT, but I dont really care. Seems like it has a different tone than Episode VII had. Less upbeat, I guess? Cant really put my finger on the word, but this definitely stands out. Maybe these filler standalone films Disney plans to release between Episodes are going to wind up being way better than the actual Episodes.

I'm hype I guess.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 12 Aug 2016 09:03:42 EST ID:Y9qZHClZ No.369628 Report Quick Reply
I think having the style of the Star Wars anthology films be stylistically different from
the main films is a good choice to appeal to a newer audience and fans who felt disenchanted with the prequel trilogy and The Force Awakens.
Master Pycelle - Fri, 12 Aug 2016 20:19:35 EST ID:wPY3vU4N No.369667 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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When Force Awakens came out, I was like 'meh'. I grew up on Star Wars, and I was a star wars kid in school when it was not really fucking cool to be a star wars kid in school (though in high school a few cute babes were in our star wars 'clique'). I tell you this so you know I'm a fan when I say I was 'meh' at the force awakens when i saw the trailer. When Han was like 'Chewie, we're home' in the trailer I literally cringed. But I finally saw the movie and it was fucking awesome. I loved it. Fucking loved it and have seen it 4 more times. It has it's faults but idgaf it still worked.

So that all being said, when I saw the teaser for this a few months ago (super bowl maybe?) it didn't seem that interesting. A cash grab it seemed, the nxt to star wars' wwe. After seeing this new full trailer, I gotta admit it seems pretty hype. The ship coming out the shadow was cool as fuck, and other things I could spoiler text but bottom line is I think this one actually looks pretty slick now. Well, the ships/vehicles/etc all looked really cool. The actors IDK. The girl is cute as fuck, kinda takes me out of it until I get over it.

high as fuck and the new trailer is awesome
Danny Strong - Fri, 12 Aug 2016 20:51:00 EST ID:OVZFPLZB No.369670 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Star Wars is ok as the original movies, but I feel like the more the universe is fleshed out, the less I like it.

Originally I think I just didn't like the prequels, but even as the productions get better now, I'm still not thrilled. The morality is simple in the originals, and it works. But the longer you linger in that world the sillier it seems... And the more ridiculous motivations feel.

I don't care one way or another at this point because it's easy enough not to watch something. But I really feel like Disney is going to run this property into the ground with this one-film-a-year production schedule. I don't think Star Wars is an interesting enough universe to support it.

I'm guessing at the end of 6 years, even hardcore fanboys will be begging Disney to stop, not fully knowing why they're doing it. It will be too late to stop the train wreck though, there will already be 4 more in preproduction, and a streaming only tv serious... And it won't matter how well they're made, there just won't be enough to work with.
Seth Cohen - Fri, 12 Aug 2016 23:00:10 EST ID:ZAE1FMbu No.369678 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>the more the universe is fleshed out, the less I like it.

Same... Kinda.... i mean i think the biggest issue is they kind of missed why the first three star wars movies were as good as they were. or atleast why the first movie was soo good. It was the classic good vs evil tale, it was fucking hippies overthrowing the totaltarian government, Like Han solo basically stealing the millennium falcon from jabba was like a hippie borrowing someones car with no intention to return it, jedis are all spirituality and shit and the rebels were just anti government. and darth vader and shit was the government who wanted to rule the universe.

That is what made the first series of star wars movies so good, but it became this kid friendly mess by the third movie with ewoks and so on, where it kind of just lost its edge because well $$$$$$$ and became like this surface level shit where "oh look at the cool graphix and look at the ships.

>Originally I think I just didn't like the prequels

Same, but you know what? i really like the third one now... and i say that because its politics man, the prequels are mostly talking but its all about politics, it was a mess with the anakin thing, he shouldve been focused on less in the first two movies but they tried to make it so people have somoene to connect too when they shouldve just focused on the adults until anakin became an adult.
they began pandering too much to children and thats where the series falls to bits.

Star wars SHOULD BE an adult movie for adults with socio political themes and a commentary on war, not a oh hey heres this character, you can buy the toy for $15 hehe.
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Hal 9000 - Sat, 13 Aug 2016 04:40:38 EST ID:gKyjEp2a No.369692 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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One of my favorite parts of Star Wars growing up in the 90s was the huge Expanded Universe.

I was 12 when Shadows of the Empire was a successful (fantastic) book and N64 game. Just a little before the original trilogy got rereleased.
This movie at first glance looks like one of those Expanded Universe books about an X-wing or tai fighter pilot. I'm sure there's some old "Rogue" EU stuff out there.
But now...everything is new. Will we see some EU novels outshine the films again? I hope so. But I haven't even seen the Force Awakens yet lol, or have felt inspired to read the *official* Expanded Universe yet... Only a half dozen or so books out right now I think, a good time to start.
Interesting there's another movie already (even though it is Disney now, what do you expect), I like how it's looking to be more like an EU kind of thing (like going back to all those X-Wing series books of the 90s) rather than going straight to the next "episode".

And we don't know how many novels, video games, mini-series, will come from just this. Will it be more in the spirit of just pure Expanded Universe, a solid licensed film, or will this have a unique storyline to Episode 8 and other projects?

I probably have 50+ old Expanded Universe books on my iPad...but why bother now? Might as well get into the latest canon material. If ever I get around to seeing and enjoying Episode VII

NICKTOONS TURN 25 by Heath Ledger - Thu, 11 Aug 2016 23:32:44 EST ID:e0rWJ/rk No.369594 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Feelin' old yet?
On August 11, 1991 Nickelodeon debuted their "Nicktoons" lineup, their very first original cartoon shows. They were (in order) Doug, Rugrats, and The Ren & Stimpy show.
Twenty fuckin' Five years ago!
Here's two of my favorite scenes from Ren and Stimpy
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Father Dougal McGuire - Fri, 12 Aug 2016 16:29:33 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.369656 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>Otto and Reggie's mom is not in the picture

Klasky Csupo sure loved single parents.
Father Vito Cornelius - Fri, 12 Aug 2016 16:44:37 EST ID:SIUooCpr No.369658 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I miss waking up on Saturdays, turning on kids WB and watching shit like Jackie Chan adventures
So comfy
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 12 Aug 2016 16:54:53 EST ID:Jf8Aec/R No.369659 Report Quick Reply
lol yeah they were pretty progressive I guess, same with Chuckie's mom on Rugrats. Apparently what happened with Otto and Reggie's mom is that she died in a surfing accident when they were young. It's kinda awkward that Ray ended up marrying Noelani, who was his wife's best friend.
Kevin Spacey - Fri, 12 Aug 2016 17:55:47 EST ID:3IGo5C+X No.369662 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Holy shit, you just triggered the hell out of me with Stepsister from Planet Weird. Did you know the main girl from that and The Thirteenth Year did the voice of Elizabeth in Bioshock Infinite? Pretty cool, she was one of my first childhood crushes and I promptly dated a girl who looked just like her in HS.

But ya, Disney had awesome originals. ZENON: Girl of the 21st Century, Cadet Kelly, Luck of the Irish, Rip Girls, Phantom of the Megaplex, My Date with the President's Daughter. Just a few worth mentioning.

My 2 favorites tho: The Thirteenth Year and Under Wraps. I watch Under Wraps every October, such a fantastic movie.
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 13 Aug 2016 00:49:30 EST ID:3ZXlqy+m No.369683 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I remembered Courtnee Draper before Stepsister from Planet Weird from her role on The Jersey (cool concept for a show btw) and it was surprising to see she voiced Elizabeth. Looks like she's made a voice acting career in cartoons and video games now.

And thanks for reminding me of My Date with the President's Daughter, that song from the movie gets stuck in my head from time to time. But Brink! is my all time fave especially the soundtrack.

Good gore/exploitation/grindhouse films? by Bollo - Fri, 05 Aug 2016 21:14:13 EST ID:od/Ak18a No.369221 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Need some recommendations.
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Mordecai - Tue, 09 Aug 2016 00:52:21 EST ID:hEzz1grT No.369434 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah. It's lower budget, but much more interesting, thematically.
Tuck Pendleton - Wed, 10 Aug 2016 05:52:58 EST ID:e2XD8zOA No.369483 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I watched We Are Still Here earlier tonight. It's pretty goddamn gory, in places. Also one of the better horror movies I can think of in recent years. The plot gets a little muddled and requires some deep inference at one particular point, but it's well worth watching.

Definitely would have been an all-time classic if it would have actually released in the timeframe it's emulating, but as it stands it's still a pretty terrifying, well paced, incredibly well acted horror movie with a really solid, dark sense of humor. Not a "horror comedy", or anything, but the gore in this movie is just over the top enough by like 1 or 2 degrees that the humor in it definitely comes through.
David Van Driessen - Wed, 10 Aug 2016 21:31:26 EST ID:3a5PQ+q6 No.369527 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Really? I've seen this movie recommended a few times on this board and I always wonder if I watched the same movie. I remember it being oppressively cliche with hokey 1-dimensional characters and the gore was pretty tame. It's a cookie-cutter haunted house plot for the first third, with a couple whose kid recently died and everything. Boring ghost jumpscare scenes happen for a half an hour and then things briefly get awesome when somebody goes into the basement and gets brutally murdered by a ghost when it plunges its fingers into his fucking eyes and the movie seems like it might be taking a turn for the awesome but nothing that great happens again. Instead there's lots of dumb shit that I remember, such as

The guy who goes down into their basement to fix the heating or whatever. He gets physically assaulted by a ghost and they find him later cowering in the corner with burns all over and then it just cuts to the next scene without showing any of the aftermath or consequences or even reactions from the characters and nobody brings it up ever again. What did the guy say to them? Did they call an ambulance for him? Or the cops? What the fuck?

The part where uncle stoner guy has the bright idea to have a seance is pretty stupid, but the part where the husband guy who actually owns the house agrees to go along with it (after the horrific nightmares he's been having about burned ghost people) was super fucking stupid.

The villain neighbor guy who just pops in to tell people about their new haunted house is hokey and dumb. He's even more hokey towards the end of the movie when he goes full-on bad guy.

The finale had potential but it seemed to me like the movie just plain ran out of budget for it. The townspeople bust in and the ghosts murder a bunch of them but it's all pretty underwhelming; some guy gets pulled under a table and blood spurts out, and another guy gets sucked into the stairs. Big whoop.

I'm sorry to shit on a movie someone else just recommended, it's just my opinion. I'd say it's almost worth watching just for the one great scene. The poster is pretty bitchin', too.
John Cleese - Thu, 11 Aug 2016 01:31:43 EST ID:f8jiX9F+ No.369542 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just lol. nb.
Zed - Thu, 11 Aug 2016 05:58:55 EST ID:e2XD8zOA No.369546 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't think your criticisms are entirely unfounded or anything. Yeah, there's some hokey shit here, and the film might not be for everyone. But if you're in this type of mood to address every weird or illogical thing that happens in a horror film, you likely won't enjoy any of them. And I'm not saying that makes up for weird or illogical stuff, but seriously, you could do a lot worse than We Are Still Here in this regard. To address some of these criticisms

>The guy who goes down into their basement to fix the heating or whatever. He gets physically assaulted by a ghost and they find him later cowering in the corner with burns all over and then it just cuts to the next scene without showing any of the aftermath or consequences or even reactions from the characters and nobody brings it up ever again. What did the guy say to them? Did they call an ambulance for him? Or the cops? What the fuck?

Wasn't the guy fixing the heater one of the town residents? I believe he knew what was going on, and it's implied that any sort of dialog they had with him likely wouldn't have went anywhere. Just like the rest of the town he was covering it up in hopes that the ghosts would just kill the guy and his wife like they were supposed to.

And I could be totally off base. He may not have been a town resident at all.But even if he weren't, where would his explanation have gotten the couple? "There's ghosts in your house doing some awful shit. I'm goin to the hospital." OK, they were already told that the house was haunted. Why do they need to be told again? And what exactly would the cops have done about this? I just don't think adding to this scene was necessary and it would have just slowed the excellent pacing down.

>The part where uncle stoner guy has the bright idea to have a seance is pretty stupid, but the part where the husband guy who actually owns the house agrees to go along with it (after the horrific nightmares he's been having about burned ghost people) was super fucking stupid.

I disagree. Clearly he was fed up with it at that point and was willing to take any course of action to just make the shit going on stop. It clearly wasn't the best idea to go along with, but given the situation I don't necessarily blame him or think it was out of line in context of the story being told here. Besides, this is very far from the worst decision anyone has made in a horror movie.

>The villain neighbor guy who just pops in to tell people about their new haunted house is hokey and dumb. He's even more hokey towards the end of the movie when he goes full-on bad guy.
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Check It Out! with Dr. Steve Brule season IV by Tate Langdon - Thu, 16 Jun 2016 23:57:51 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.366286 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Begins "tonight" (technically the 18th) at 12:15 AM EST.
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Theo Faron - Tue, 09 Aug 2016 05:53:29 EST ID:rj1+hQOt No.369439 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have loved awesome show since the first episode aired early on adultswim.com but bedtime stories is probably an objectively better done show
Renly Baratheon - Tue, 09 Aug 2016 20:21:12 EST ID:rh97RTdQ No.369467 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I like Awesome Show better because it has more silly and weird humor whereas Bedtime Stories is dark and weird humor.

And in my opinion, Awesome Show is more memorable.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan - Tue, 09 Aug 2016 22:38:19 EST ID:f8jiX9F+ No.369475 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I wonder hw they feel now that Sam Hyde has taken them over in the culture wars
Punsy McHale - Tue, 09 Aug 2016 22:43:09 EST ID:e0rWJ/rk No.369476 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What the fuck are you babbling about, Sam?
Toby Jones - Wed, 10 Aug 2016 01:27:27 EST ID:UjD1UweG No.369480 Ignore Report Quick Reply
lol fuck off sam hyde

Preacher by C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 22 May 2016 13:34:15 EST ID:3ZXlqy+m No.364685 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Based on the popular cult comic book franchise of the same name, Preacher is a supernatural, twisted and darkly comedic drama that follows a West Texas preacher named Jesse Custer (Dominic Cooper), who is inhabited by a mysterious entity that causes him to develop a highly unusual power. Jesse, his badass ex-girlfriend Tulip (Ruth Negga) and an Irish vagabond named Cassidy (Joe Gilgun) come together, and when they do, they are thrust into a crazy world populated by a cast of characters from Heaven, Hell and everywhere in between.

The series premieres tonight at 10pm EDT with an encore presentation on May 29 and resuming its season on June 5 at 9pm EDT on AMC.
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genophyte - Mon, 01 Aug 2016 20:45:22 EST ID:cG8e9U1b No.369031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
in hindsight im okay with not seeing odin do that in live action.

and yea i think they handled the translation flawlessly .
its still amc after all and hot hbo or showtime
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 06 Aug 2016 21:23:56 EST ID:ByXLa++H No.369307 Report Quick Reply
Finally watched the last two episodes of the season. I thought they were pretty good and I like the show a lot more than I did at the beginning. It was nice to at least see Desmin Borges on another show besides You're the Worst. That whole sequence of the Saint of Killers reliving that whole day like Groundhog Day was brutal but really well put together was my favorite part of the two episodes. Can't wait for Cassidy, Jesse and Tulip to do shit on the road and the Saint of Killers to presumably be after them.

One thing I do question though is why did Emily decide to have Miles killed besides Cassidy having a human body to feed on? I mean I knew she was trying to put up with him because of how much he admired her and stuff but it just felt a bit excessive for her to go out of her way to kill him just like that.
Donald Duck - Sat, 06 Aug 2016 23:32:10 EST ID:UjD1UweG No.369312 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I guess it's just played off like she snapped. She was under a lot of stress, and then all of the sudden she witnesses Cassidy like that, and then the timing of the phone call. She just lost her marbles.
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 08 Aug 2016 13:31:35 EST ID:ByXLa++H No.369393 Report Quick Reply
That's reasonable to assume. Emily was put into a precarious position knowing now that Cassidy is a vampire and needed blood and Miles just happened to call so he was caught in the middle. Not his fault but bad timing to say the least.
Echo - Mon, 08 Aug 2016 14:45:47 EST ID:UjD1UweG No.369397 Ignore Report Quick Reply
also those innocent bunnies, and the way he took advantage of her. "I'm coming over tonight." Basically saying, I'm getting my due tonight, you're gonna fuck me. Maybe next to throwing those innocent bunnies to slaughter, it seemed good to get rid of that slime.

Black Mirror by Ken Russell - Tue, 05 Apr 2016 20:11:34 EST ID:VDpFyQFS No.360853 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone remember back when The Waldo Moment first occurred, and /mtv/ collectively deemed it the worst Black Mirror episode yet? Have you changed your minds now that it has become the first BM episode to come true IRL? (Trump)
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Rubeus Hagrid - Sun, 01 May 2016 21:23:42 EST ID:g+Tts2H0 No.362900 Ignore Report Quick Reply
20 years? I'd wager nearly everything in Black Mirror is reality at some point within the next decade.
Marvin the paranoid android - Wed, 27 Jul 2016 20:55:10 EST ID:RweNhena No.368764 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Netflix will be debuting six new episodes on Oct 21

Episode 1: San Junipero. Starring Mackenzie Davis and Gugu Mbatha-Raw. Directed by Owen Harris.

Episode 2: Shut Up and Dance. Starring Jerome Flynn and Alex Lawther. Directed by James Watkins.

Episode 3: Nosedive. Starring Bryce Dallas Howard, Alice Eve and James Norton. Directed by Joe Wright.

Episode 4: Men Against Fire. Starring Michael Kelly, Malachi Kirby and Madeleine Brewer. Director not yet known.

Episode 5: Hated in The Nation. Starring Kelly MacDonald. Directed by James Hawes.

Episode 6: Playtest. Starring Wyatt Russell and Hannah John-Kamen. Directed by Dan Trachtenberg.

One episode is writen by Rashida Jones
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 27 Jul 2016 23:37:13 EST ID:3ZXlqy+m No.368766 Report Quick Reply
Damn MacKenzie Davis, Bryce Dallas Howard and Kelly MacDonald will be in episodes, that's cool. Still need to watch White Christmas, probably will watch this week.
Kenshiro - Wed, 27 Jul 2016 23:39:04 EST ID:MSQPEXK3 No.368767 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Entire History of You is my favorite episode and the one I think is closest to actually becoming a reality within 20+ years
This. I think that ep is really underrated and is passed over for 15 Million Merits and White Christmas. Toby Kebbell is also really good in that episode, despite him mainly acting in shit movies. Oh well.
Shiro - Mon, 08 Aug 2016 00:48:05 EST ID:XoeikVT2 No.369373 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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That's also my favorite.

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