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Hail, Caesar! was better than I thought it was gonna be but it still wasn't top tier Coen bros or anything. The Channing Tatum dance number was amazing....the man has it all

 

And I can't believe I slept on Steve Jobs for so long, really annoyed at myself for not seeing it in the cinema now.

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Iron man 3 is a great movie!

 

bless this man.

 

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@@kwozy moto

 

did you like the ending? No way Fincher would've ended the film like that.

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bless this man.

 

VIP for a day.

 

@@kwozy moto

 

did you like the ending? No way Fincher would've ended the film like that.

legit thought he was walking over to close a door in her face, would've cried laughing. As it is though I agree Fincher would've ended on a more sombre note like he did with The Social Network. I'm a big fan of Boyle though and even though the ending might be a little cheesy, I don't think it undermines/erases any of Jobs' faults shown throughout the film.

 

Boyle also used his erratic cutting and style in such cool contrast to the very talk-y script, making scenes like the Fassbender/Daniels showdown feel like an action scene. I love how even if not everything sticks, Boyle is always looking to try new things. I mean look at this shit

 

https://youtu.be/PS5oJAtJnn4

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@@kwozy moto

 

the tete-a-tete between Fassbender and Daniels was one of my favorites last year; beats most action scenes too.

 

And yeah, the ending was a bit too sentimental and fan-service-ish (ipod) but didn't ruin the film for me or anything.

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legit thought he was walking over to close a door in her face, would've cried laughing. As it is though I agree Fincher would've ended on a more sombre note like he did with The Social Network. I'm a big fan of Boyle though and even though the ending might be a little cheesy, I don't think it undermines/erases any of Jobs' faults shown throughout the film.

 

Boyle also used his erratic cutting and style in such cool contrast to the very talk-y script, making scenes like the Fassbender/Daniels showdown feel like an action scene. I love how even if not everything sticks, Boyle is always looking to try new things. I mean look at this shit

 

https://youtu.be/PS5oJAtJnn4

 

I really, really enjoyed Steve Jobs.

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The BFG is an instant classic but it tanked pretty hard in the box office. Le sigh..

 

you sure do love your kiddie flicks. makes sense. #findingportman

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The BFG is an instant classic but it tanked pretty hard in the box office. Le sigh..

 

Bad marketing. The trailers didn't get me interested in that movie. I was also disappointed that it wasn't about the Doom gun.

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So, watched the Warcraft movie today. The world & the orcs were pretty good. However; the plot, characters, dialogue and the actors playing human were pretty darn bad, and at some spots the action & camera swapping was too. It felt like a budget film. Overall, only watch it if you want to watch a good looking world and orcs.

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Bad marketing. The trailers didn't get me interested in that movie. I was also disappointed that it wasn't about the Doom gun.

 

same

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If anybody wants to see what happens when Ryan Gosling writes/directs a movie, you should watch LOST RIVER. Surprisingly (to me) it's pretty cool

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You had me at Gosling....

 

and Christina Hendricks...

 

and Saoirse Ronan...

 

but mainly Gosling.

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I'm actually not the biggest fan of Blade Runner but it was on my pc so I gave it a rewatch (didn't really change my mind about it) and gave it a quick edit

 

 

The soundtrack, aesthetic, acting, and just all the production in general is top notch. The film just feels sort of dull to me.

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if Ghostbusters continues to get good reviews, i'm gonna win a pretty huge bet w/ a friend

 

Paul Feig's brand of comedy must really be hard to market; trailers have been abysmal.

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i havent seen a push for a movie this persistent since star wars. it's got major money behind the marketing. im willing to bet every critic is paid off

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