Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by morgantayler, Mar 20, 2016.
if that's successful, maybe there'll be a Regal equivalent
Oh boy here we go
AMC as a company is insane.
I’m hurt by this on so many levels.
Those guys sure are weird
They get extra weird points for lining up the 10 like that.
I don't understand the appeal of the the AMC thing
Agreed. Unless I’m missing something, it just sounds like every other platform to buy digital movies.
So it's not like, in theater movies?
It just sounds like AMC is opening their own EST store, right...?
I thought it was supposed to be movies out of theater that aren't available elsewhere yet? If not then what's the point?
It doesn’t specify anything about that. It just says they will get films once they finish their theatrical runs. The Kino Now program mentioned at the bottom is pretty cool though, and they do claim to offer films with some exclusivity.
If early or exclusive access is what AMC will offer with this, it’s a very weird choice to leave that out of the announcement entirely.
John Mahoney is so damn good as Martin Crane in Frasier.
Dogtooth is a documentary I guess
Is that not just how all Dutch people normally live?
Meat the Family: new reality TV show challenges carnivores to eat their 'pets'
"Channel 4 programme will follow meat-eaters as they adopt a farm animal that they must cook unless they go vegetarian"
This stuff is so embarrassing.
If you as an individual decide to only watch newer films, that is fine, but a film critic needs to know the history of the medium to discuss film with any sort of seriousness or relevance.
Please tell me who that is so I can make a mental note to never read another word from them.
I don’t think Shea Serrano would consider himself a film critic, the lens through which he approaches movies is more as a layman/fan, but yes for someone who wrote a book about movies to talk about any pre-Star Wars movie as being “not great” is exasperating
Shea Serrano. Writes for the Ringer and a few other places.