Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by morgantayler, Mar 20, 2016.
Great not only will conservative morons be apoplectic over it for months but they’ll also feel vindicated when it inevitably sucks / probably flops bc not a single person in the world asked for another Mask sequel
The mask terrified me as a child. It is dark sided and I will not watch this!!!
Son of the Mask - Wikipedia
Holy I had no idea that existed!
So this is good
LOTR trilogy can be summed up in: Oh no he died oh wait he's alive
I wonder if ant orcs were ever like.... But man is p cool like that Aragorn dude seems legit maybe I wanna be good
A lot of fantasy series can haha.
I still say Dominic Mononanana
Upstream Color: like if Malick tried making his own Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
I've tried writing more than that but I'm struggling for words that aren't rambling or pretentious or uselessly vague. It's just a film to take in.
I gave Upstream Color to my friend, and he said he hated it. Yet always asks me about it, and how I interpreted it. Heh
I might need to see it again but I remember really liking it. A lot more than Primer, anyway
I really don’t get how you can hate it so long as you “get” the basic plot. Which is of course initially confusing (especially if you’re not used to movies shot in such a sparse way), but if you understand it then it’s obvious just how many potential interpretations work for explaining both the sci-fi story of it (Man 1 uses drug worm to cause traumatic event that ruins victim’s lives despite them being unable to explain it — Man 2 removes drug worm by transplanting both it and some part of the person’s “essence” into a pig — Drug eventually finds its way back into the earth and plants, which are collected by women who perpetuate the cycle) and the personal story (two victims are drawn to each other and try to cope with a life-ruining event that they can’t explain).
Idk to me it feels like a rare modern example of how fully fleshed out an independent auteur can make a film when not creatively constrained by the broader studio system.
Yes I’m in agreement, but my friend is not.
If The Farewell is as good as I keep hearing it is, then I will very much be looking forward to this.
Hot Off 'The Farewell,' Lulu Wang to Direct Sci-Fi Movie 'Children of the New World'
Hold up, there's going to be a new Mortal Kombat movie?!?
I'm happy any time I hear about any of the actors in The Raid movies getting cast in something.
'Mortal Kombat' Movie Finds Its Sub-Zero (Exclusive)
This makes me incredibly happy. I loved American Reunion if for nothing other than the nostalgia
Just watched Sunshine and between that and Snowpiercer I've decided that now since Chris Evans is done with the MCU he should focus all his energy on his true calling: climate apocalypse thrillers.