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31769 No. 31769
I just watched Dark City last night. A couple of weeks ago I watched Gattaca. I watched both of them because I heard good stuff about them and mostly because Netflix suggested them to me based on what I like. And I suddenly remembered watching these on TV in my early teens. I never really thought about them that much, they aired on a channel that often showed foreign indie movies. La Cinquieme/France 5/Arte whatever the channel is called now. I often caught a movie already started and watch until the end but I never tried to find a title.

As I watched Dark City I couldn't remember the story but I remembered the ambiance and some little details and realized that these movies contributed to shape my current taste in movies.
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>> No. 31770
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Why hasn't this happened yet, Criterion?
>> No. 31771
I always liked Gattaca. I know it gets a lot of crap from people, but I enjoyed it.

Also for anyone that hasn't seen Dark City yet, if you do watch it, mute your tv for the first three or four minutes.
>> No. 31772
Or watch the Director's Cut.
>> No. 31773
Yeah, this. The version I just watched is the Director's cut.

What happened at the beginning of the theatrical version?

>I always liked Gattaca. I know it gets a lot of crap from people, but I enjoyed it.
I felt the same way about Equilibrium.
>> No. 31777
Whoops, missed this SYM thread

OK Go - Needing/Getting - Official Videoyoutube thumb
>> No. 31778
The theatrical cut has an opening narration that spoils the ever-loving fuck out of the movie, which was apparently included at the last-minute at the studio's behest. In fact, I'm pretty sure the speech is lifted from a late point in the film. (I just watched the intro on Youtube and all I can say is "Why would you do that?!?!?!")

My experience with Dark City was similar to yours. The first time I watched it was during a movie marathon in high school. I was so tired and barely cognizant of what was happening onscreen by that point that a lot of it didn't register, but the film still made an impression, so when I watched it years later, the story was unfamiliar, but certain details and the feel and atmosphere had remained with me.

Anyway, to reiterate: if you watch Dark City, either go with the director's cut, or mute the sound until Kiefer Sutherland looks at his watch!
>> No. 31779
Saw The Woman In Black a couple days ago. Not bad, bit too many jump scares though. My friend fucking hated it and refused to stop complaining about it.
>Made by one the most legendary British horror studios ever
>Cast so British they shit the Queen
>She called it terrible, generic American horror
>> No. 31780
>Cast so British they shit the Queen

I read that as "they shit Queen", which sounds funnier to me for some reason.
>> No. 31782
>Watching Rifftrax Avatar
God this movie is even WORSE the second time around. Fortunately Kevin, Mike, and Bill can make anything watchable.
>> No. 31790
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Finally broke down and downloaded my copy of this today since I was tired of waiting for my copy of the vinyl to come. Dear god this album. So good, so worth the wait.
>> No. 31798
Why are they making another Bourne movie?
>> No. 31799
British are not only xenophobic but will easily try to ditch their own mistakes onto other peoples.
>> No. 31801
I just saw Chronicle. Predictable, but pretty fucking good anyway.
>> No. 31805
>Steinvord drops
>New Burial EP drops
>Whitney Houston drops
Best night of the new year so far.
>> No. 31806
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>>friend Livestreams The Room
>>plays music from Spongebob over the sex scenes
>>they sync perfectly
>> No. 31808
Oh god, which tracks?
>> No. 31809
"Sweet Victory" works perfectly for the first one.
>> No. 31823
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Looks fake as shit, but STILL EXCITE
>> No. 31838
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Dave Grohl is fucking awesome. This was his speech from the Grammys last night, when the Foo Fighters won for best Rock Performance. In my opinion, they were the only ROCK BAND nominated for a ROCK award. I'm sorry, Mumford & Sons and Coldplay are NOT rock. Anyways, I think he makes the best point here about music.

"To me this award means a lot because it shows that the human element of music is what's important. Singing into a microphone and learning to play an instrument and learning to do your craft, that's the most important thing for people to do... It's not about being perfect, it's not about sounding absolutely correct, it's not about what goes on in a computer. It's about what goes on in here [your heart] and what goes on in here [your head]."

Oh, and, Grohl was cut off with LMFAO in the midst of giving this speech. Bullshit.
>> No. 31839
NCIS 200th episode

>those What if Gibbs AUs

>Goth Timmy occurrence
>Multiple occurrences of T/A (never expect to actually see that in show but I grin at it).
>> No. 31862
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Bought this album a month ago, and I love it.
And I have the impression this album wants to make me evil.
>> No. 31865
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Why can't I stop fucking laughing at this?
>> No. 31872
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>> No. 31876
My copy of No One Can Ever Know and Another Bed finally came. Apparently Another Bed is not just an early copy, but one of only 200 copies that will ever be released. It's even hand numbered, goddamn.
>> No. 31899
God fucking DAMN it, Warwick Davies, don't link me to interviews where Ricky Gervais goes "It's funny when I'm offensive, because I'm so smart and popular!" in your tweets.

Seriously, Gervais has written some of the finest comedies in modern television, but he is pretty much turning into a parody of himself.
>> No. 31903
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Saw it, loved it. I feel like this is a better adaptation of Akira than the inevitable American remake would ever be. And then I horrified myself when I realized just how goddamn much I related to Andrew, at least in the first half.
>> No. 31904
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>> No. 31905
I liked it, but I also probably would have liked it if the whole movie was just the three of them being jackasses with their power. Also god damn it movie I thought we were past killing the black guy.
>> No. 31906
So glad I wasn't the only one who thought of this when I saw that poster. I liked Push, thought it was an interesting take on powers and categories of powers. Haven't seen Chronicle yet, but I probably will soon.
>> No. 31911
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that feel when your favorite character is coming back after his 'death' to your favorite trashy supernatural cw show and now you must catch up to be ready hahaha oh my god the silliest things make me happy

>> No. 31912
I saw this twice. I went last week with my cousin and enjoyed it, then I went again with a friend and noticed a few things. During most of the movie we are watching what was filmed by Andrew's cam, then by the tower we watch through the cames Andrew pics up from the tourists, but when they are both at the plaza with the indian statue and Matt flies away, what came got a close up of his face? And all the things that happened just before? Andrew's first cam was crappy so the video quality was crappy, if these were a bunch of phones, I think they also should have been of a slightly lesser quality than his regular cam.

I also saw the Grey last week, which was weird. It felt like 2 movies smashed together. I mean I enjoyed it, but the scenes with his wife felt very different from the scenes with the guys getting taken out 1 by 1 by the wolves.
>> No. 31913
I'm enjoying Misfits. The odd tits are nice, but the stories are interesting and some of the powers are kind of off-the-wall, like the black chick's "turn men into rapists" power. The black chick is also super hot, hopefully she'll do full frontal at some point.

The reason I keep saying "black chick" is because the only person's name I've learned, despite watching about 12 episodes, is Curtis's (the black dude). Can't remember any of their other names to save my life.

I just wish they'd get a bit more creative, the episodes are all named "Episode X".
>> No. 31916
Coriolanus - Official UK Traileryoutube thumb

now that, feels like a good movie.
>> No. 31917
You should know Nathan's name because he's the best character.
>> No. 31918
Black chick's name is Rape-chan. Gosh
Nathan, Curtis, and Simon are the only names I can remember right away.
>> No. 31928
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I appreciate what they tried to accomplish in this movie, but the execution was terrible.
>> No. 31929
I think Rape-chan's name started with an "A." Like "Alicia" or "Aisha" or something like that. I don't remember what the Chav girl's name was.
>> No. 31930
I think it's a perfectly fine movie, definitely better than the Hulk movie that came after it, as long as one is willing to accept the lengthy running time and visual flourish Ang Lee brings to it. Yes, it's quite odd in the way it's made, but it does manage to be more than just a brainless "HULK SMASH" overdone CGI filler-flick for the Marvel Movie-verse.
>> No. 31942
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This is the best thing.
>> No. 31945
Conan renewed through 2014:


His show is mostly background noise to me now, but it's good to see Conan's new show will outlive his short-lived stunt on The Tonight Show. His ratings still aren't great, but TBS constantly playing The Big Bang Theory before Conan seems to have given the show a boost. Although, it makes me think TBS will try to kick it up a notch by playing an episode of Conan on a tiny screen during the TBBT, or plaster Sheldon's face over Conan's.
>> No. 31952
I didn't mind the most recent Hulk movie, although I've never really felt an urge to watch it again.
>> No. 31953
>outlive his short-lived stunt on The Tonight Show.

It is seriously depressing that Joan Rivers hosted more episodes of the Tonight Show than Conan did.
>> No. 31989
John Carter is looking like another bomb for Disney if they don't do something fast:


It's a shame Andrew Stanton's first live action film won't go as smoothly as Brad Bird's, but all the blame will likely go to Disney's advertisement crew than him.
>> No. 32000
Everybody shut the fuck up and watch this.

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>> No. 32034
Movie: The Movieyoutube thumb

>> No. 32036

Interested in that idea of a female Watson specially with Lucy Liu.
>> No. 32052
Ehhhh. I'd be more interested if a modern Holmes adaptation hadn't already been done and if the gender twist was on Sherlock, not Watson.

But I think Liu could still be fabulous in it.
>> No. 32053
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>> No. 32055
There IS a Genderbent Modern Sherlock already though.

Sheryl's probably not what you're thinking of though.
>> No. 32060
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>Wake up early
>Flick though channels
>See this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EastEnders:_E20

Wow, it's EastEnders... only even more shit
>> No. 32080
Is it bad that my favorite part of the first X-Men movie has always been that moment during the climax where Jean Grey and Toad face off and Toad does that little dance?
>> No. 32081
Ray Park is great with body language.
>> No. 32111
Watched The Fantastic Mr. Fox with my brother tonight and wondered at length how it could possibly have lost the Oscar and then I remembered it was up against... well, Up. But I don't know. I almost-- ALMOST-- enjoyed Mr. Fox more but I'm such a sucker for stop motion and it was just truly beautiful.
>> No. 32114
Fantastic Mr. Fox was easily one of my favorite movies of that year.
>> No. 32138
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>>Watch Scarface for the first time
>>End up watching clips of Breaking Bad for the first time
>>Reminds me a little of Scarface if it were a TV show

I love movies like Fantastic Mr. Fox and Coraline where the puppets look like little doll miniatures. George Clooney's voice was also a major plus (would have been hnng, but he was an anthro and I couldn't).
>> No. 32156

I hnnghed.
>> No. 32180
Just saw Project X. Holy fuck. Best party movie ever. I've not held an 'OH FUCK' face THAT LONG in ages. Seriously, GO SEE IT. It's a spectacle to behold.
>> No. 32183
So now there are 2 of them?
>> No. 32185
I'm falling in love with Rainald Grebe all over again!

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>> No. 32188
Words can't describe how much I hate you
>> No. 32204
I've never seen Blade Runner. Heresy, I know. I want to correct that, but there's like seven versions of it. Which one of them is the best, definitive version of the film?
>> No. 32212
>> No. 32213
Go for the 2007 one.
>> No. 32216
Ridley Scott's 'Final Cut' (not to be mistaken for the somewhat incorrectly-named 'Director's Cut') is generally accepted as the definitive version now. Really, all five versions have their merits and different contexts/meanings, but if you're only up for watching one, go for the Final Cut.
>> No. 32225
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Watched El Fin (The End) last weekend and I just noticed how the costarrican cinema is delivering quite good films in the last months.
>> No. 32261
The Ghostbusters Escape from the Cityyoutube thumb

Video-game related as well, but still. My god, it's beautiful.
>> No. 32268
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>RAM [Deluxe Book Edition]
>This title will be released on May 22, 2012.


I'm inordinately excited over this but goddamn I just love Ram SO FUCKING MUCH.
>> No. 32277
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>"When you see this movie, kids will believe one day that these turtles do exist, when we're done with this movie. These turtles are from an alien race, and they're going to be tough, edgy, funny, and completely lovable." - Michael Bay
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My only real problem with this is that Michael Bay completely disregards the core of anything he touches. He misses the point, and his company is just sort of like, "hey, Friday the 13th? That's the hockey mask guy? Okay, remake."

Like... I really don't CARE if anyone rewrites their origin, because it was a shameful Frank Miller ripoff to begin with, just a joke, like who cares? There were ducks from outerspace in the cartoons and comics, and let us not forget the Triceradons. Frankly, that isn't the problem. It's that Michael Bay doesn't know his ass from his elbow, and will not pull this off correctly.
>> No. 32287

Forgot to mention that the mutagen being of Utrom origin, they were always extraterrestrial in a way. Not alien from space, but still. I feel like that aspect itself isn't the bad thing about this announcement, and that Michael Bay himself is the part that should be stressed as being absolutely the worst thing to happen to the franchise ever. With the exception of the Image comics, of course. As bad as the Transformers movies were, I'll take them over Image Turtles any day of the week.
>> No. 32291
>These turtles are from an alien race
Completely missing the point of the "mutant" part.
>> No. 32299
Cool. Marc Maron's WTF TV pilot was picked up by IFC:

>> No. 32307

>“In light of the theatrical performance of John Carter ($184 million global box office), we expect the film to generate an operating loss of approximately $200 million during our second fiscal quarter ending March 31. As a result, our current expectation is that the Studio segment will have an operating loss of between $80 and $120 million for the second quarter. As we look forward to the second half of the year, we are excited about the upcoming releases of The Avengers and Brave, which we believe have tremendous potential to drive value for the Studio and the rest of the company.”

Disney really needs to stop making these expensive tentpole films. They're just not good at it.
>> No. 32312
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Even for Disney that's a huge kick in the nuts.
>> No. 32313
I blame the really shitty marketing teams and Andrew Stanton's misguided belief that John Carter was still seen as an iconic literature character when trying to market the film.
>> No. 32314
Ouch. I heard it wasn't even that bad of a film.
>> No. 32318

It really isn't that bad. It's just 30 years too late.
>> No. 32320
>misguided belief that John Carter was still seen as an iconic literature character
>> No. 32325
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Can anybody confirm or deny this? /co/ wigged out at it, but no source was listed so it's highly likely they were just being retarded again.
>> No. 32326

>> No. 32330
Guess they'll be changing the title then since Mutant no longer applies if he keeps that up.
>> No. 32332
>“Fans need to take a breath, and chill,” wrote Bay. “They have not read the script.
I don't need to read any further do I?
>> No. 32335
Yeah, the title's been shortened to Ninja Turtles
>> No. 32351
>Michael Bay coming off as kind of a tool

>> No. 32352

That's not that surprising. A film about John Carter is such a bizarre move for them in this time.

>> No. 32375
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>> No. 32392
Is it normal to not be able to watch or listen to something for awhile because you mentally associate that show, movie, band, or whatever with someone you have painful memories about?
>> No. 32394
>> No. 32395
Oh my god, the new Supernatural episode broke my heart. What do I do. All of the feels, all of the wine, etc.

But onto more important matters. Where the fuck are my plus4 SPN homies, eh?
>> No. 32396
Gah, I haven't watched the new episode yet. I'll watch it tonight, though.
>> No. 32397
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>> No. 32399
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The Agony Booth hardly ever puts out witty written recaps like they used to. It's all video recaps now, which wouldn't be so bad if not for the fact that they're all terrible, only slightly better than the worst TGWTG has to offer.
>> No. 32408
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The true villain of Oz.
>> No. 32411
>> No. 32412
Aw, American Netflix has more stuff than Canadian Netflix.
>> No. 32422
>Mad Men's season premiere
>was LAST night
>this is the first I've heard of it

FUUUUUUCK me. Oh well, at least they're replaying it again in about an hour.
>> No. 32424
New Discovery show hosted by Jamie and Adam all about teams making Rube Goldberg machines, I like it. Harkens back to the old days of Junkyard Wars for me..man that makes me feel old.
>> No. 32425
Okay, just watched it. Fuck. I felt like...that was such a cock-tease bringing Cas like that. I was so happy to see him and Dean back together, but, dammit.
>> No. 32432
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I really wish people would stop calling CG work lazy.
It takes a lot of time and effort.
>> No. 32438
Agreed. I've heard a couple people say that showing a skeptic the artbooks for Tangled and Tintin can really change their mind. There was a hell of a lot of work put into both movies.
>> No. 32443
It's an interesting world we live in that a YTMND meme can become a movie

Safety Not Guaranteed Official…youtube thumb
>> No. 32444
Hey, finally a trailer for that!

A bit dissappointed that it's gone the 'quirky character comedy' route, rather than the 'insane fully realized memetic mutation' route (with Conan O'Brien as Emperor Conan I, LORD OF THE FUTURE, actual timetravel, etc.) But this looks enjoyable too.

The fact that the trailer didn't have anything about limits being pushed to was disheartening, though.
>> No. 32445

Looks like it'll be pushing the hipster indie soooo underground limits to me.

Imma still watch it because those ending implications...
>> No. 32455
Keith Olbermann fired (again); threatens to sue Current TV because he's a man baby:


I'm shocked... well, not really.
>> No. 32462
guys what if
what if Toonami coming back being [adult swim]'s prank
was [adult swim]'s prank

and they knew everyone was expecting it to be a one-time thing for their prank
but that was the joke all along
and it's back to stay

I-I just
I want to believe ;_;

>> No. 32463
guys what if
what if it does come back
and its not as good as it was?
what if it totally sucks ass

what if
what if it was never good, and its just nostalgia fucking your judgement?
i want to troll

NAH just fucking with you. That would be swell.
>> No. 32469
Ted - Restricted Traileryoutube thumb
The 'character that shouldn't talk but does': The movie.
>> No. 32472
After seeing Quantum of Solace, I find myself wondering why the hell people hated it.
>> No. 32473
Its not a James Bond film.
>> No. 32476
How did they manage to get this out of the meme? It's...it's like they didn't really know the meme at all. There's no hilarious, serious faced mullet man.

I feel you on those limits man.

I'll still go to watch this in hopes that it surprises me, but I was imagining something COMPLETELY different when I first heard about this business.
>> No. 32478
>, but I was imagining something COMPLETELY different when I first heard about this business.

Oh, I hear you on that. When I heard that Safety Not Guaranteed got moviefied, I was expected something along the lines of Bill & Ted & Jackie Chan's Excellent Insanity.
>> No. 32482
It completely squanders everything redemptive about Casino Royale for the series, and it pretty much either fails or stands as subpar in every way as a movie in itself.
>> No. 32484
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>> No. 32489
Hoary for nostalgia fueled money grabs no one asked for.
>> No. 32529
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Awww yeah. New season of No Reservation starts tonight on the Travel Channel.
>> No. 32532
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I'm currently watching the "Food Porn" episode; love how Anthony Bourdain compares the Food Network cooking shows to pornography (11:25).

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>> No. 32547
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Wow, Twin Peaks started really strong but the second half of season two was complete shit. No wonder it went from a ratings phenomenon to nothing.
>> No. 32578
>Watching the Psych finale.
>what is with all the emotion?
>> No. 32579
I know I shouldn't be surprised that nobody watched NBC, but this is just hilarious:


Not only did all the "comedies" on NBC score low on Thursday night, but they couldn't even beat any of the repeats airing on CBS. "Must See TV", indeed.
>> No. 32581
Fuck CBS. I watched the fuck out of Community.
>> No. 32595
The cause seems obvious enough to me: All of those NBC shows are up for streaming on Hulu, whereas no one who watches CBS knows how to operate a Computing Machine.
>> No. 32597
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>that feel when your mother keeps playing a CD so damn often, and sings along to the same song, missing the same damn melody so many damn times, you really can't appreciate those songs any more
>> No. 32604
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Directed by Tim Burton, starring Johnny Depp and Helene Bonham Carter, with music by Danny Elfman.


>Alice Cooper

Okay, I didn't see that coming.
>> No. 32606
Dammit Burton. Look: I like Johnny Depp. I like Helena Bonham Carter. I even like you sometimes. But you're becoming a self-parody with this shit.
>> No. 32607
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I saw the trailer for that at the theater.

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>> No. 32627
I miss Terriers.
>> No. 32631
Komm Rocky Todyoutube thumb


Now I want to make a Third Impact Komm Susser Todd version of EVERY MOVIE
>> No. 32650
Ooh, Kitchen Nightmare on (Canadian) Netflix.
Some stuff to watch.
>> No. 32665
Hasbro has made a Battleship movie. The board game where you blindly try to guess where your enemy placed their little plastic boats so you can sink them, has been made into a movie. A movie which apparently involves aliens and a guy in a mech suit.
I don't even...
>> No. 32669
Maybe they couldn't get the rights for Crysis and decided on the next big thing
>> No. 32672

At the very least, Liam Neeson will be awesome in it. I can't think of anything he's ever sucked in, even if the rest of the movie sucked.

And "alien forcefield" at least sort of explains the wall mechanic.
>> No. 32673
All they need is for him to get upset and scream "They sunk my battleship!" and I'll be happy.

Also he was very lackluster in Ponyo
>> No. 32674
What? Are you forgetting "Girls! Respect your father!"
>> No. 32684
So I watched The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, and honestly I don't think it was all that grand.
I felt like many little visual bits were "Ask me what it means" moments, or they just didn't mean much at all. I felt the story was all over the place at times, or that some things just didn't make sense.
I will say Heath Ledger (and by proxy, Johnny Depp, Jude Law, and Colin Ferrell) was great in it.
Christopher Plumber was ok, and Tom Waits was, well, Tom Waits.
Can't say too much for the other characters, except I did not like Anton.
>> No. 32743
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As per usual DAT CASTING
>> No. 32745
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This is, by far, the worst episode of Supernatural I've seen. I'd like to personally drop Felicia Day off a cliff.
>> No. 32746

I didn't even realize there was a new season.
>> No. 32747
Route 666
>> No. 32748
Dude, this was worse, in my opinion. It felt like bad fan fiction.
>> No. 32769
I really want to see Lady Gaga, Bjork, Kyary, and Cherry all in the same room together. Just to see what would happen.
>> No. 32843

>> No. 32850

>> No. 32855
This makes me a sad man :(.
>> No. 32857
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I decided to rent the Alien quadrilogy from Netflix. Upon putting in the disc I get to chose between Theatrical Release and Special Edition. Does anybody know what the difference is?
>> No. 32858
Theatrical release is the original shown in theaters. Special edition is basically a directors cut that adds a number of cut scenes that, while not integral to the film, greatly improve the characterization. Careful though, special edition reaches Kurosawa-lengths. Not an easy one to sit down and watch all the way through.
>> No. 32897

Different anon, but watch the theatrical cut and save the director's cut for a second viewing if you really like it?

I generally watch the basic version of something first just to get a feel of it and see if I can take the shorter version before delving into a three-hour version.
>> No. 32916
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Rented Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol last night and totally had a blast watching it. I was afraid of being lost on the film, since I've only seen the original Mission Impossible movie, but Ghost Protocol works well independently and clues you in on everything you need to know about Tom Cruise's character, Ethan Hunt, and his loyal band of misfits.

While the movie is more driven by its spectacles than it characters, it's forgiven because the spectacles in the film were really cool and makes you feel like you're on a fun roller coaster ride the whole time. The story was also simple, but Brad Bird throws in all these twist and turns to make it feel fresh, instead of mundane, and makes sure every scene is not wasted. There's also some good subversions as well, such as Ethan walking out of the phone booth like it's about to explode, but only fizzles in the end, which is the opposite of what happens when he walks out of the Kremlin.

I'm disappointed Bird won't return for another MI film, but he left his mark on the franchise and will continued to produce wonderful films in the future--animated or live action. Now I'm wondering if I should give the previous two films a try.
>> No. 32928
>REC 2

Great actors, shit directors!
>> No. 32939
Fuck yeah! Season three of Louie:

Louie on FX - Metropolisyoutube thumb
>> No. 32943
I just wanted to say that Japanese Cartoon Network is all Cartoon Cartoons, old and new bumps with the original characters, and cartoon movies.

(Dexter's Lab in Japanese is everything I've ever dreamed~)
>> No. 32948
Apparently no one has ever thought to make a metal cover of 'The Merry Go Round Broke Down'. Kind of an eclectic idea, sure, but I'm still saddened that it hasn't been done.
>> No. 33021
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Finally watched the entire Back To The Future trilogy. Man, Biff Tannen is a major butthead. Pretty much everything that goes wrong in the series is somewhat partially his fault.

The Merrie Melodies theme song?
>> No. 33023
>The Merrie Melodies theme song?
I didn't notice it at first, but yeah, it actually is just the regular theme with lyrics.
>> No. 33056

>“And just so you know…I am working on a zombie cooking show spoof. My zombie cooking show doesn’t have a home yet though…I’m guessing youtube as I doubt #foodnetwork will appreciate it. brain brûlée, brain chili, brain cake, brain sliders, brain on the half skull…” [@AltonBrown Twitter]

Anthony Bourdain was also asking fans on Twitter if they would like to see a revamped version of Feasting on Asphalt on the Travel Channel, which Brown later endorsed.
>> No. 33119

>> No. 33120
I thought he was already retired.
>> No. 33124
Rest well brave soldier.
>> No. 33133
File 133745250998.jpg - (60.15KB , 540x720 , 1337445545366.jpg )
>Hello all my friends and fans,

>Yesterday in my press conference in Cannes for Chinese 12 Zodiac I said that this movie was my last big action movie.

>Today I was shocked when I woke up to read all the news coverage that I was retiring from doing Action movies.

>I just want to let everyone know that I am not retiring from doing action movies. What I meant to say is that I need to do less of the life risking stunts on my movies. After all these years of doing so many stunts and breaking so many bones, I need to take better care of my body so I can keep working.

>I will continue to do international action movies.

>And I will keep improving my English :-)

>I love all of you!


Keep chasing those talismans, Jackie.
>> No. 33141
I mean really, do you know how much stupid shit Jackie's done over several decades for his 100 films? He's almost 60 years old, goddamn it media, he's not at an age to play fast and loose with his stunts.
>> No. 33161
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My love of both Deadly Premonition and Psych has finally gotten me watching this bad boy on Netflix Instant. Even though I'm spoiled on Bob, it's gripping as hell. Heard S2's crap though.
>> No. 33162
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Anchorman 2 Teaser Trailer 2 […youtube thumb

>> No. 33163
Uh, cool.
>> No. 33168
File 133772492416.jpg - (48.66KB , 740x419 , fucking-stupid.jpg )
Kevin Smith, the director of such great films like Clerks and... um... Well, anyway, he's getting a show on Hulu:

>Smith will host the new series Spoilers, a half-hour talk show that finds him taking a studio audience along to this summer's biggest films—"on opening day, none of this early bullshit, ain’t doing it like those critics, doing it legit," as Smith puts it in this Wired interview, in keeping with his oft-repeated-since-everyone-hated-Cop Out assertions that critics should have to pay for his movies if they're just going to be jerks who find fault with them.

>"We don’t review movies, we revere movies," Smith elaborates of his "anti-movie review show," a self-described Donahue-style "gabfest" that will find Smith getting the opinions of 50 real movie fans—liberated from under the iron fist of the powerful film critic industry, and the Stalinist dogma of its mightily wielded opinions that have for too long totally directed the course of the American box office—then cramming all of their revere-iews into a 30-minute show that will also find room for still more chatting with celebrity guests, Jason Mewes acting out movie scenes, animated shorts (and jean shorts), and presumably a tangent or 12 from Smith. Finally, a film discussion forum that's unafraid to come right out and call something "awesome."


Wait. The director of Red State, Cop Out, and Zack and Miri Make a Porno hates film critics? why would that be?
>> No. 33170
In his defense, his movies (even his bad ones) have always been popular among a cult audience with, with mere forays into relevance outside of that specific demographic. In his case, traditional movie reviews really aren't that helpful for anyone--people who enjoyed Mallrats are likely going to enjoy Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, and people who hated it probably aren't. Beyond that any additional information a critic could add is more or less superfluous.
>> No. 33171
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>dude gets power in Hollywood
>uses it to bring voices of regular moviegoers to public space

>haters still hating
>> No. 33172
Regular viewers being known for their love of Red State and Cop Out.
>> No. 33173

>a half-hour talk show that finds him taking a studio audience along to this summer's biggest films

Yeah, you're totally right, all they're gonna talk about are Smith's movies.
>> No. 33174
No, I'm saying you're implication that Smith somehow represents the regular movie-going audience is fucking ridiculous.
>> No. 33175

>a half-hour talk show that finds him taking a studio audience along to this summer's biggest films
>talk show that finds him taking a studio audience
>studio audience

He may be facilitating the discussion, but he's not the sole participant.
>> No. 33176
THE GREAT GATSBY - Official Tr…youtube thumb
oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god
>> No. 33178
File 133774874137.jpg - (212.32KB , 728x518 , 1278964359747.jpg )
>That music
It's like they TRIED to find the least fitting thing imaginable!

Not that I will not rush the goddamn theater to see this, but still.
>> No. 33179
I gotta agree.

Where's da Jazz, meng?
>> No. 33181
1) lol Rodyle opinions and 2) i love soundtrack dissonance. I'm sure the actual movie will have some jazz, but this is Baz Luhrman, the reigning king of combining old with new.
>> No. 33189
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That is awful music, just the ABSOLUTE WORST.

I'm sure it will be great, but my fuck that is incredibly offputting, that fucking screeching bullshit? WHY?

>> No. 33190
Oh, Daniel Craig is still supposed to be James Bond.

Huh. Go figure.
>> No. 33195
I think they got him on a big contract so they are stuck no matter how much Quantum of Solace was not a Bond film.
>> No. 33196
File 133780128427.gif - (453.11KB , 150x149 , 1331733723946.gif )
I feel bad for everyone involved.
>> No. 33198
>that music
>that anachronistic visual feel
>Baz Luhrman

Oh that makes so much sense. Maybe I should re-read the book. High school English lit made me loathe the novel.
>> No. 33199
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I love it already.
>> No. 33200
It was one of the only novels I read for high school English that I actually enjoyed.

I kept thinking of my teacher during the trailer. She once told me about how much she hated one of the film adaptations because it made the whole thing about Gatsby and Daisy and portrayed their relationship as a ~*~rrrrrrrrromance~*~ instead of a train wreck. I wonder if this one will satisfy her? On the other hand Baz likes his sweeping romances, so who can say.
>> No. 33202
I feel like one of the only people who actually liked the original Great Gatsby movie.

Or whichever one had the guy from Law and Order in it.
>> No. 33213
File 13378847601.jpg - (25.52KB , 378x363 , i like it.jpg )
i'm finally watching Firefly
>> No. 33221
Watching the Prince and Me again and I got to the part where she finds out he's a prince and gets mad. All I can think is

>any year
>turning down a prince

Shiggy diggy
>> No. 33222
I actually really liked the Redford version. Waterston made a great Nick, Redford is still my quintessential Gatsby, but FUCK I hated Mia Farrow as Daisy. She was all horrible and screechy. Sally Sparrow already looks perfect for the role.
>> No. 33230
>It's like they TRIED to find the least fitting thing imaginable!
>opening music from an album about opulence and materialism
>novel full of vision metaphors and Gatsby's inability to see Daisy as a flawed person
>implying this doesn't fit perfectly

>> No. 33231
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>> No. 33233
Aww hell yeah, there's other people who liked the one with Waterston in it!

In all honesty, I'm worried about this new one, something seems...off.
It seems like something are being too exaggerated, while I also don't have high hopes for it being entirely true to the original.
>> No. 33238
>oh man how dare you like those vibrations of air you're listening to the wrong ones here listen to THESE VIBRATIONS INSTEAD

tiki every time i think i start to like you even a little, you remind me that you're just another douche on the internet
>> No. 33239
I felt the same way. It's not the end-all-be-all I'd hoped it would be, but it's very solid and I have no complaints about it.

Sam Waterston is amazing. It's nice, after seeing years and years of Law and Order reruns, seeing him in something else.

I'm hesitant too. Baz Luhrmann never struck me as my cup of tea...I'm not a BIG SWEEPING RRRROMAAAANCE kind of person.
>> No. 33242
Tiki told me to post that he's "joking about his own ignorance" since he's currently banned. :V
>> No. 33243
Oh damn. When did that happen?
>> No. 33247
Just a misunderstanding, s'cleared up.

Yeah, I was actually impressed by the relevance of the song to the story, so it made me feel as though my initial response was old and ignorant because "I hate young folks musick" I figured I'd joke about it, but sarcastic old man voices don't translate well to text, though I thought "hoopin' and hollerin'" combined with the ignorant old man picture would let on, so I apologize Nurse.
>> No. 33248
MIB III is pretty neat

It has a new trailer for Batman which shows how terrible it's going to be. All I could think was "oh my god it's going to be the worst"

but MIB III was good.
>> No. 33256
I thought MIB III looked pretty good from the trailers and whatnot. Or at least "better than MIB II" but I don't think that's worth much.
>> No. 33281
How good? "See it in the cinema" good, or "worth a rental" good?
>> No. 33282
>No new Rifftrax for ages
goood I just want the last two Potter movies
>> No. 33284
Different Anon here, but I'd say it's probably more of a rental than a "see it now" flick. Unless you want to go to the theater and see a bunch of special effects and eat popcorn--it's a perfectly good reason to do those two things. But if money's tight or you just don't like going to the theater except for special occasions, it's probably not worth splurging on.
>> No. 33286
File 133840725066.jpg - (82.01KB , 429x606 , 1337706910142.jpg )
>Battle Royale Collector's Edition Blu-Ray $20 on Amazon
>> No. 33297
Is it wrong that I kind of want to see Snow White and the Hunstman just because I like dark takes on fairy tales? Also Chris Hemsworth, hnnngh.
>> No. 33305
That's pretty much why I want to see it as well.

Chris Hemsworth is the epitome of badass adorkable, and you can tell he really has fun with the action and hamming it up as Thor.

(A-and his goofy grin makes me melt.)
>> No. 33306
Hey, Brad Jones liked it.

>> No. 33308

>"dark" take on fairy tale

>purest, fairest, most awesomest girl in all the land~
>Kristen Stewart and her 1.5 facial expressions

>super slo-mo dramatic trailer

>totally not going to have forced forbidden romance between two entirely differently-abled actors
>haha totally not gonnaOH WAIT

>she's so vulnerable and helpless and
>runs into the dark forest where she finds a tree full of deer and butterflies that talk to her
>puts on armor and fights on a battlefield

>promo trailer uses the exact same typeface, format, and color scheme as The Last Airbender

are you guys fucking stupid this looks retarded as shit

i'll get the popcorn
>> No. 33310
I heard that Theron is awesome in this movie, but that it's like all of her scenes are in a completely different movie from what Stewart is in, because Theron's acting is so much better than Stewart's.

Also, here's something that's bugged me ever since I saw the first trailer:
>Movie trying to say that Stewart's character is somehow going to trump Theron's character in looks at some point in time and be the fairest of them all
Yeeeaaaahh...maybe in 40 years or so, if Theron's character stops doing all of her beauty treatments. And even then it's iffy.

For the record, I do think, in the right lighting and costuming/makeup/whatev, K. Stewart has the potential to be pretty. But putting her next to C. Theron? Nope; girl looks mousey-plain and no amount of costuming/makeup/lighting/whatev can change that.
>> No. 33311
Maybe in this case "Fair" just means "Pale."

Because, you know, Kristen Stewart looks like she's hemophilic.
>> No. 33313
I have to thank you Tiki, for make me discover Nick Cave & co.

Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds -…youtube thumb

Now I want more.
>> No. 33314
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Glad I could be of service, his music is incredible, I'm a fan of his literary work too, in particular "And the Ass saw an Angel."

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds …youtube thumb
>> No. 33320
Oh wow...Eric Prydz finally got that album that was in the works for 8 years out.

Pryda - Shadows (Eric Prydz) [OUT NOW]youtube thumb
>> No. 33329
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Finished watching the second season of Sherlock off of PBS' website yesterday and there are no words for how much this series shames the Guy Ritchie films.

I find it interesting that Sherlock and Doctor Who recently ended with the main characters faking their own death and being forced to work back in the shadows. People often draw comparisons between Sherlock and the Doctor, so I'm quite interested in seeing how Steve Moffat handles the similar set-up for these characters next season.
>> No. 33336
File 133884577747.png - (89.26KB , 500x400 , dalek.png )

>Stephen Moffat handling anything at all with any degree of skill or tact

Oh you.
>> No. 33341
He's not that bad.
>> No. 33343
File 13388999155.jpg - (59.97KB , 694x448 , killme.jpg )

>ruining the Weeping Angels
>making River Song unlikeable
>throwing the Doctor's pacifism out the window entirely
>Amy Pond, Amy Pond everywhere, all the time, because thatshisfetish.jpg

I politely disagree
>> No. 33344
>>throwing the Doctor's pacifism out the window entirely

That was just 10.
No other Doctor was really a pacifist, and even with 10, he was STILL a really, really bad pacifist.
>> No. 33346
I dunno anything about Trashcans and Telephone Booths but you're crazy if you think Moffat Sherlock is bad (except that fuck they got to play Moriarty, he's pretty awful).

And that's coming from someone whose initial reaction to the idea of Modern Day Sherlock was disgust.
>> No. 33350
Yeah. Russel T Davies Rose fetishism was so much better.
>> No. 33351
File 133892892758.jpg - (74.45KB , 293x280 , 129343589953.jpg )
We do not speak of that.

I wish someone had a fetish for Donna.
>> No. 33353
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Donna truly was the best companion for the Doctor. She just wanted to be his friend and their chemistry was better for it. Such a shame she starred in such a mediocre season.
>> No. 33354
and they plot locked her from ever rejoining the cast as a guest.
>> No. 33356
>>making River Song unlikeable

You LIKED River Song?
>> No. 33357
File 13389495117.jpg - (6.69KB , 285x201 , tombakerohai.jpg )
>>watching TV show or movie
>>spend rest of episode/movie staring at them whenever they are on screen
>> No. 33359
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So the new Snow White was alright.
A little long and disjointed, but pretty and emotional.
Also, Kristen Stewart's FAAAAAAAAACE.
>> No. 33363
Who doesn't?
>> No. 33364
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Prometheus opens this Friday, yet, I don't really care. The film looks like every generic sci-fi movie that's been released and the ads have done a terrible job at selling the story. All I'm getting so far is that the generic space crew finds something, hears the annoying sound from the trailer, then they run for their lives. I can't seem to muster up any excitement for the movie like everybody else has.

Just finished reading Michael Scott's review for the film and from the sound of it, the movie is one big missed opportunity:


He also complained about Kristen Stewart being Kristen Stewart:

>I don’t have any kind of principled hatred of Kristen Stewart, but the girl is monotone incarnate. She has absolutely no screen presence, literally just has the same look on her face the whole movie. We can only gauge her emotions by how many saline tears the makeup department squirted into her eyes before each take. She has little enough to work with, it’s true, but I couldn’t help thinking what a more charming actor — Emma Watson, for example — could have done with the role, with just the odd twinkle of the eye or slight twist of the lip.
>> No. 33372
>hears the annoying sound from the trailer
I knew they'd overdo it.
>> No. 33373

Emma Watson is just as bad as Kristen Stewart, she just has more fans.

Also, that's pretty harsh. Kristen Stewart's acting prowess goes way beyond a simple with or without tears version.

For instance, did you know she can portray frustration if she puts her hand on top of her head, or tussles her hair? She has talent!
>> No. 33380
>ruining the Weeping Angels
Ruining the characters HE created. Also, RUINED HOW?!

>making River Song unlikeable
Haha, fuck off

>throwing the Doctor's pacifism out the window entirely
Dude...how long have you been WATCHING Doctor Who? The Doc has never been a PERFECT pacifist. Hell, 7 had some VERY dark and calculating moments. And either 8 or 9 ended the Time War by, essentially, removing the Daleks and Time Lords from existence. And as much as people like to throw out the whole, OH WELL TENNANT WAS A PACIFIST, I'd like to say HORSESHIT. There are PLENTY of example of him just outright ganking an alien or entire race. Look at Runaway Bride. He gives the spider-woman a chance, she doesn't take it, he wrecks her shit

>Amy Pond, Amy Pond everywhere, all the time, because thatshisfetish.jpg
As opposed to ROSE TYLER ALL DAY ERRYDAY? Because THAT wasn't annoying, right? Seriously. At least Amy didn't whine and reduce the doctor to a love-sick schoolboy.
>> No. 33382
Amy: You seem to get along well with kids. Have you ever had any?
>> No. 33387
Rose Tyler is my favorite New Who companion. I genuinely don't see any problems with her or her relationship with the Doctor, only that it ended.
>> No. 33389
She was brilliant with the 9th Doctor. She could be selfish, but she was very human and she was an anchor to the Doctor. I liked her in some episodes with Tennant's Doctor, but the love story between her and the Doctor was pushed way too often by tht point and she started acting less "human" and more like a spoiled brat who wanted her boyfriend all to herself. She went downhill for me, though I don't hate her. I'm just tired of how she was pushed down my gullet at times. Donna will always be my favorite new Who companion, followed by Rory.
>> No. 33432
>Re-watching T2 for the first time in a long time

Yeesh the acting is horrid..aside from the T-800.
>> No. 33457
Rose is my favorite too. Her season with Nine is basically perfect and the only times she really acts like a spoiled brat with Ten is right after he regenerated (you know that hugely surprisingly thing he does when he dies that he never bothered to give her a heads up about) and the Girl in the Mirror, which was written by Moffat fancy that. The "I was a dad once" ; "what?" exchange was kind of expected really because again, he's still dropping new information on her and she's like what? 20-21? yeah it'd shock anyone. I can see why someone might not like her, but her and Donna are tied for my favorite (with Rory close behind)
>> No. 33458
I think what we take for granted with long-running shows like Doctor Who and so on are that with each new character, or with someone joining in for the first time, things we've known for awhile need to be explained yet again, they don't just know stuff we already know right off the bat. So when Rose didn't know things like that, we can't really blame her.
>> No. 33468
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>> No. 33470
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>> No. 33538
Peter and the Wolf 1975 w/ Various Artistsyoutube thumb
I have no idea what to think. This is so weird. And incredible. And weird. I'm completely flabbergasted.
>> No. 33539
Ooh, it even comes in a special nostalgiafag pack!
>> No. 33562
>Finsihed up "Chuck" on Netflix
I'm trying to pin down when exactly it was this show became awful, and I want to say it was sometime in Season 3. I mean, I still liked the Buy More crew and their weird shenanigans through to the end, but the "serious" parts of the show got TERRIBLE. I hated Chuck, Sarah, Ellie, Devon... most of the cast that wasn't Morgan and the Buy More workers really, I hated them by the end. The creators mention that they explicitly were aiming for 5 seasons so they could do syndication reruns and GOD could you ever tell because this show was stretched out WAY beyond what the basic premise could really manage.
>> No. 33566
I still liked it into the fifth season... but after they made the Intersect a kung fu database, the show lost a lot of it's charm. When it was a weird, organic cross referencing intel database trapped in a dude's head, everything was hunky dory, they had the nice hook of "normal guy gets dragged into espionage" etc.

Then, like you said, around the third season, the show started to suffer. Rather than just having Chuck acclimate himself to being a spy... they change what the intersect was to make it even more of a macguffin. It turned into something that gives you skills, instead of being something that gives you information. And after that, the show was only as good as it's villains. So S3 Shaw, and Volkoff in S4 made the show watchable... but even then, Fulcrum was made into part of the Ring... which was beaten through contrivance. Neither group was ever really explained. The show becomes increasingly about the acquisition/exploitation of the new, less interesting Intersect. The fifth season goes in circles, and ends in the worst possible way.
>> No. 33765
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>As we tweeted about earlier today, Nickelodeon/Nick@Nite will be airing All That and Kenan & Kel next Monday-Thursday at 8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. ET/PT, respectfully.


I guess Nick is hoping their nostalgia flavored shows will help boost Nick and Nite's sagging ratings. I hope this succeeds, so they can re-air Pete and Pete as well.
>> No. 33774

Good for him on the promotion both on TV and Reality though sad as it means the loss of Dr.Mallard most likely.
>> No. 33884
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>mfw season two of Louie is now available for streaming on Netflix

Can't wait for season three this Thursday.
>> No. 33891
Rise of the Plinkettyoutube thumb

Oh boy.
>> No. 33893
File 134085978510.jpg - (615.86KB , 500x266 , FUCKING MASK KIDS.jpg )
>Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance
>> No. 33899
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Season three of Louie begins tonight on FX!
>> No. 33918
>shutter island
>implying an ss officer would be listening to mahler, a banned jewish composer
>impying it was deepest darkest winter in dachau when it was liberated (it was the end of april/beginning of may)
>implying that ~TWEEST~ wasn't remarkably predictable from about a quarter of the way in to the movie

Wow what a huge disappointment.
>> No. 33920
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Seriously, I mean, hell I can't believe I sat through that whole movie just waiting for it to get good.

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari did everything it did and more 200 million times better and no, that's not hyperbole.
>> No. 33927
I wouldn't go so far as to say it was a BAD movie - I mean, the acting was great, it was shot well, and although predictable/unoriginal I did like how they handled the whole stary. I just thought it was going to be...more? Scarier for a start.
>> No. 33928
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>pointing out trivial inconsistencies
>in a movie told from the perspective of a paranoid schizophrenic
>> No. 33933
To be fair he was sane when he was in the army. The only details he warped were the ones relating directly to him finding out who he was and what he done. The weather and the music had no real effect on the story, they had no effect on what happened. It was just background errors, played for effect.
>> No. 33934
how did i manage to repeat effect three times and not notice. fuck me.
>> No. 33935
but the deal was he never liberated dachau...
>> No. 33937

His therapist talks about how he was never deployed in the area in the first place.
>> No. 33938
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...What the fuck, how did I get that confused? Shit I must have spaced out toward the end or something. I seriously thought that he really had been to war, saw some shit at the camp and that's why he drank. Well I guess I don't have any right to complain after all.
>> No. 33939
>Finally see The Artist.
I immediately regret not doing this sooner.
>> No. 33964
So that Matthew Maconahueyhahey movie "Sahara" is playing in the next room on AMC and I'm not even watching it but just by listening to the AUDIO, it might possibly be the dumbest movie i've ever heard of
>> No. 33968
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>AMC showing Independence Day

Ah yeah, time to celebrate the fourth of July a little early with Roland Emmerich's only good movie.

Independence day: President's Speechyoutube thumb

Fuck your shit, aliens! America's here to save the day!
>> No. 33973
they also keep showing Escape from LA instead of Escape from New York, those bastards.
>> No. 33974
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>finally finish Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Series finales always bum me out. And what the heck, Sisko is just gone? That's bullcrap, dude.
>> No. 34037
I was thinking of buying my dad Game of Thrones on DVD, because it's one of the few things he watches on TV (to the point of being serious business about it). I might buy him the books too, but to be honest, I haven't seen him read anything non-work-related in my entire life, so I don't know if that's a good idea.

He's okay with letting me borrow his DVD's, so I might start watching them once we buy them. I've admittedly never watched anything on HBO (other than Flight of The Conchords), so I'm not sure if watching the show together would be a good idea or not.
>> No. 34052
Ernest Borgnine Remembersyoutube thumb

He will be missed.
>> No. 34076
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Damn. I liked the guy too.

Now I've discovered Hulu, even more importantly I've discovered that thay have Cinematic-titanic AND Rifftrax movies. Enjoy.



Rifftrax full length features

Also the Rifftrax Live Movie event "MANOS The Hands of Fate" is coming in August. Just a reminder.
>> No. 34178
Ben Whishaw to play Q in Skyfall


ugh..he's far too young for that part. why not bring back Cleese who I thought carried the part well. Q shouldn't be younger than Bond.
>> No. 34189
Listening to Pepper by Butthole Surfers for the first time in years. I'm not even much of a toker, but I really wish I had some weed to go with this.
>> No. 34202
I really want to watch Beasts of the Southern Wild, but I have no idea where to go about doing so. No luck so far.
>> No. 34214
>check out Paloma Faith's wiki page
>Faith will make an appearance as cabaret performer, Georgia, in the BBC drama adaptation of P. G. Wodehouse's Blandings.

Does anybody know if Paloma can act? Because if so, then I am definitely hyped for this show.
>> No. 34306
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I finally got around to watching the original UK version of The Office.

>All I needed was the love you gave
>All I needed for another day
>And all I ever knew
>Only you

After all the cringe comedy, I was not expecting such a heartwarming ending.
>> No. 34357
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why are we not talking about the best album since the last album
>> No. 34364
You know what words you will NEVER hear in Hollywood again are?

"Original Motion Picture."
>> No. 34368
I love this shit


Hopsin has some pretty nice shit.
>> No. 34371
It's weird how almost every movie nowadays is based on something, but the majority of the adaptions we get aren't that close to the source material- almost as if they use the original plot as a mold for a completely different story.
>> No. 34501
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Stephen Fry and the Holmes/Moriarty scenes aside, I think I prefer the first movie.
>> No. 34502
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Like ripping out the interesting stuff in an ill advised effort to make it more serious?
>> No. 34506
The TR remake is based more on the actual short story, not the dumb Arnold film.
>> No. 34507
Like the Willy Wonka remake?
>> No. 34509
The Willy Wonka remake wasn't based on the books at all.
>> No. 34513
Should've used a picture of the A-Team movie for that.
>> No. 34518
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>Read about how serious Johnny Depp wants to play Tonto in the new Lone Ranger movie.

>See Early promo photo


I think the dead bird is a bit much there "chief".
>> No. 34522
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I know how every single series is a homogeneous grey mass of generic to the point of all pictures being taken in front of cloudy skies with blue or orange lighting and the colors all faded out because fuck bright colors and things that are unique.


>> No. 34523
You sure it's dead, though?

Yay for the 21st century...
Man, fuck filters.
>> No. 34525
Also the uniform is off. Sure its more in line with the look of a Texas Ranger of the era but with the Mask it just looks silly. Blue is easy enough to rationalize (I must wear a disguise so hide my former life..I'll wear my/brothers/fathers old Calvary Uniform). And Johnny is no help looking like the ancestor of The Crow. All that black..cripes Hollywood..no.
>> No. 34527
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>fuck filters


>> No. 34530
How do you get LESS accurate in terms of race than a show from the 50s?
>> No. 34531
Guys calm down, wait at least for a trailer to dismiss this as some sort of grimdark shit or whatever. The costumes in the PotC movies aren't exactly the most colorful ever, and yet the movies are the silliest less SERIOUS BUSINESS you can get
>> No. 34561

He's making fun of honkies in heaven now.

George Jefferson Teaches Tom H…youtube thumb
>> No. 34572
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>dat ending to Heartbeats

Possibly one of my favourite endings ever.
>> No. 34581
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So I just learned this exists.

What I haven't learned, and cannot begin to fathom, is WHY. WHY WHY WHY WHY?
>> No. 34583
Because America wants to have a wily and "eccentric" Sherlock too.
I'm going to stay away from it with a ten foot pole personally speaking.
There's entirely too many crime investigation shows as it is.
>> No. 34584
But we already have the Hollywood version! RDJ's a great Sherlock.

Unless that doesn't count because Guy Ritchie himself is British.
>> No. 34586
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Oh good grief.

>But we already have the Hollywood version! RDJ's a great Sherlock.

RDJ is a good actor.

Unfortunately Hollywood has never given him an opportunity to be anything but a fucking horrendous Sherlock Holmes.
>> No. 34589
>Unfortunately Hollywood has never given him an opportunity to be anything but a fucking horrendous Sherlock Holmes.

Do elaborate on your opinion.
>> No. 34590
Does he really need to? It's not exactly a rare viewpoint among Conan Doyle fans. I mean, if you enjoy the movies, okay. I might have enjoyed them if they weren't meant to be Sherlock Holmes. But they make "I, Robot" and Disney's "Hunchback of Notre Dame" look faithful to the source material. Holmes really wasn't a character invented with big Hollywood blockbusters in mind.

To be fair, Hollywood has a history of having a hard time with detective story adaptations in general.
>> No. 34591
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I think the main problem with that is actually making him Sherlock and calling her Watson. Its always much better when they are characters based on the basic archetypes of the Duo.
>> No. 34593
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>Shawn and Gus are Holmes and Watson
Damn my name suits me so incredibly well.
>> No. 34594
I've yet to see Game of Shadows but I will say that Guy Ritchie Sherlock 1 was barely a mystery so in that sense yeah it's not very good (still a fun movie though). But RDJ and Jude are a FANTASTIC Holmes and Watson.

Yeah, I'll buy that.
>> No. 34595
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The CBS problem is that they are already doing the Female Watson bit. Likely they want to have something to replace their current runner of that due this being its final season.
>> No. 34600
Because Sherlock Holmes has been interpreted a million times, so another version won't hurt.
>> No. 34602
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Mr Bean (Rowan Atkinson) - Ope…youtube thumb

Best part from last night's opening ceremony.
>> No. 34607
>This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by International Olympic Committee.


anyone know what was the deal with those cone things those kids were carrying.
>> No. 34609
They were parts of the cauldron. I didn't get it either until they lit it and then I thought it was a beautiful idea.
>> No. 34610
The only consistently great part of that show is Cho.
>> No. 34612
and in the last episode they'll flip his switch and roll him off to storage.
>> No. 34651
I'm just gonna state it flat out.

If you ever liked any shaky cam movie then you are a cancer and a pox, you are the death of good horror movies incarnate, especially if said shaky movie contained CGI.
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