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PostPosted: Wed January 19, 2022 11:37 pm 
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sequels as well.

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Both of the next Mission Impossible movies are delayed because of the fucking pandemic.

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So they basically just gave the movie the book ending.


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I've never seen Fight Club.


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It was one of my first DVDs. Pretty good special edition, lots of great bonus features. Fincher's DVDs were always packed with interesting stuff. I remember the Se7en DVD was how I learned about color grading, it seemed like magic.

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There was a report that M. Night Shyamalan was going to shoot his next film Knock at the Cabin in one long take but his reps have now said that is false.
Would have been interesting.


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https://news.yahoo.com/amphtml/nightmar ... 00765.html

Nightmare Alley coming back to theatres, but in black and white. Something like 900 theatres will have it this weekend. Including two around me. I thought this movie was OK, but I guess I'm intrigued by this black and white thing. Is it a gimmick? Should I go look at it?

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https://news.yahoo.com/amphtml/nightmare-alley-goes-wide-black-013200765.html

Nightmare Alley coming back to theatres, but in black and white. Something like 900 theatres will have it this weekend. Including two around me. I thought this movie was OK, but I guess I'm intrigued by this black and white thing. Is it a gimmick? Should I go look at it?

I adore B&W and am almost always please to see it utilized. Watched The Addiction a few weeks ago.

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Academy award nominations were announced today. I used to somewhat keep up with those but that’s been thrown out the window the past couple years.
The award ceremony itself has to be better than last year’s; that was awful.


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Obviously, I don't care about the Academy Awards. I don't know what it means...I don't think it means anything. There's too many great movies and you've heard it all before, but..

It always boggles the mind when a group obviously likes a movie but misses the obviously best part of it. Belfast got a bunch of nominations. And it's a fine movie, it's not bad. I even liked it. But Jamie Dornan and Caitríona Balfe are so obviously the best part of that movie. How do voters decide to nominate the grandparents in that movie and skip over the parents? Was there confusion about if they should be Lead or Supporting? I don't get it.

I'm not even saying they were the best performances of the year. I'm just saying they were the best performances in that movie so I'm not sure how voters skipped over them to choose someone else from the same movie.

I think it's because Academy voters are old and want to honor fellow old people. They're jealous of the vim and vigor and vitality and virility and viscosity of Jamie Dornan and Caitríona Balfe

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Razzie Awards 2022 Nominations: Bruce Willis has his own category this year after featuring in 8 movies in 2021
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https://www.thewrap.com/razzie-nominati ... e-musical/

WORST PICTURE

“Diana the Musical” (The Netflix Version)

“Infinite”

“Karen”

“Space Jam: A New Legacy”

“The Woman in the Window”

WORST ACTOR

Scott Eastwood, “Dangerous”

Roe Hartrampf (as Prince Charles), “Diana the Musical”

LeBron James, “Space Jam: A New Legacy”

Ben Platt, “Dear Evan Hansen”

Mark Wahlberg, “Infinite”

WORST ACTRESS

Amy Adams, “The Woman in the Window”

Jeanna de Waal, “Diana the Musical”

Megan Fox, “Midnight in the Switchgrass”

Taryn Manning, “Karen”

Ruby Rose, “Vanquish”

WORST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Amy Adams, “Dear Evan Hansen”

Sophie Cookson, “Infinite”

Erin Davie (as Camilla), “Diana the Musical”

Judy Kaye (as both Queen Elizabeth and Barbara Cartland), “Diana the Musical”

Taryn Manning, “Every Last One of Them”

WORST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Ben Affleck, “The Last Duel”

Nick Cannon, “The Misfits”

Mel Gibson, “Dangerous”

Gareth Keegan (as James Hewitt, the Muscle-Bound Horse Trainer), “Diana the Musical”

Jared Leto, “House of Gucci”

WORST PERFORMANCE by Bruce Willis in a 2021 movie

Bruce Willis, “American Siege”

Bruce Willis, “Apex”

Bruce Willis, “Cosmic Sin”

Bruce Willis, “Deadlock”

Bruce Willis, “Fortress”

Bruce Willis, “Midnight in the Switchgrass”

Bruce Willis, “Out of Death”

Bruce Willis, “Survive the Game”

WORST SCREEN COUPLE

Any Klutzy Cast Member & Any Lamely Lyricized (or choreographed) Musical Number, “Diana the Musical”

LeBron James & Any Warner Cartoon Character (or Time-Warner product) He Dribbles on, “Space Jam: A New Legacy”

Jared Leto & Either His 17-Pound Latex Face, His Geeky Clothes or His Ridiculous Accent, “House of Gucci”

Ben Platt & Any Other Character Who Acts Like Platt Singing 24-7 is Normal, “Dear Evan Hansen”

Tom & Jerry (aka Itchy & Scratchy), “Tom & Jerry the Movie”

WORST REMAKE, RIP-OFF or SEQUEL

“Karen” (inadvertent remake of “Cruella deVil”)

“Space Jam: A New Legacy”

“Tom & Jerry the Movie”

“Twist” (rap remake of “Oliver Twist”)

“The Woman in the Window” (rip-off of “Rear Window”)

WORST DIRECTOR

Christopher Ashley, “Diana the Musical”

Stephen Chbosky, “Dear Evan Hansen”

Coke Daniels, “Karen”

Renny Harlin, “The Misfits”

Joe Wright, “The Woman in the Window”

WORST SCREENPLAY

“Diana the Musical,” script by Joe DiPietro, music and lyrics by DiPietro and David Bryan

“Karen,” written by “Coke” Daniels

“The Misfits,” screenplay by Kurt Wimmer and Robert Henny

“Twist,” written by John Wrathall and Sally Collett

“The Woman in the Window,” screenplay by Tracy Letts, from the novel by A.J. Finn

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The Argonaut wrote:
Obviously, I don't care about the Academy Awards. I don't know what it means...I don't think it means anything. There's too many great movies and you've heard it all before, but..

It always boggles the mind when a group obviously likes a movie but misses the obviously best part of it. Belfast got a bunch of nominations. And it's a fine movie, it's not bad. I even liked it. But Jamie Dornan and Caitríona Balfe are so obviously the best part of that movie. How do voters decide to nominate the grandparents in that movie and skip over the parents? Was there confusion about if they should be Lead or Supporting? I don't get it.

I'm not even saying they were the best performances of the year. I'm just saying they were the best performances in that movie so I'm not sure how voters skipped over them to choose someone else from the same movie.

I think it's because Academy voters are old and want to honor fellow old people. They're jealous of the vim and vigor and vitality and virility and viscosity of Jamie Dornan and Caitríona Balfe



It seems like you do care.

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i cant imagine watching Belfast. I couldnt even finish the trailer.

The same with that Coda movie.

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The Argonaut wrote:
Obviously, I don't care about the Academy Awards. I don't know what it means...I don't think it means anything. There's too many great movies and you've heard it all before, but..

It always boggles the mind when a group obviously likes a movie but misses the obviously best part of it. Belfast got a bunch of nominations. And it's a fine movie, it's not bad. I even liked it. But Jamie Dornan and Caitríona Balfe are so obviously the best part of that movie. How do voters decide to nominate the grandparents in that movie and skip over the parents? Was there confusion about if they should be Lead or Supporting? I don't get it.

I'm not even saying they were the best performances of the year. I'm just saying they were the best performances in that movie so I'm not sure how voters skipped over them to choose someone else from the same movie.

I think it's because Academy voters are old and want to honor fellow old people. They're jealous of the vim and vigor and vitality and virility and viscosity of Jamie Dornan and Caitríona Balfe



It seems like you do care.

It's more that I care about Jamie Dornan and women with Irish accents than that I care about the Academy Awards. I have a lot of love in my heart for Jamie Dornan and women with Irish accents

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i cant imagine watching Belfast. I couldnt even finish the trailer.

The same with that Coda movie.

CODA made me cry, but not, like in a good way. I could feel myself being manipulated. And I'm also a sucker for that kind of movie because, even though I am childless, I think I have the soul of a father of daughters

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