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CyReN, June 2, 2013 in Off-Topic
I wanna see it.
hereditary best horror in the past 20 years
just the witch? you mustve really liked it
edit: incredibles2 as good as the first
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is a good film, surprisingly.Life finds a way.
Also rewatched the cabin in the woods. Has any other film used that kind of twist in the horror genre? I'm not much of a horror fan, but I love that film!
That was a pretty unique twist, it was the perfect blend of marketing and good writing.
not as good as The Witch, therefore i have confirmed your suspected intellectual deficiency
Iron 3 wasn't bad, just ok. Enjoyed the hell out of the new Star Trek more.
star trek trilogy was pretty great, just went back and rewatched the other day.
I just watched Small Town Crime. Pretty darn good movie.
Hey guys, just dropping by. I'm getting back into Halo so I'm going to be around more often.
With the news of the Halo TV series coming out, I brought it up to my mentor about it being my absolute dream to work on the project in one way or another. Halo is what brought me into filmmaking. I told him the story of me making montages and going home every single day from grades 8-11 to make my grandma lunch and play Halo. Since 2001 its been my dream.
... He said he's having dinner with an exec at Amblin Entertainment next week and will try to make it happen.
So I may be shadow directing/acting in a small role in the show. I'll keep you guys updated
rooting for you!
edit: antman2 rocked
Eighth Grade and Sorry to Bother You hype
Jungle starring Daniel Radcliffe was a big surprise for me.
I really enjoyed the film and the story.
I think I found it on Netflix.
Sorry to Bother You was fucking hilarious.
Think it's my favorite of the year so far.
Anyone pick up anything from the Criterion sale? I snagged Five Easy Pieces and On The Waterfront, which are actually my first Criterions!
Normally when I buy blu-rays I always prioritize getting the normal releases over any special editions, but both movies were only released by Criterion in the US. Nonetheless I'm happy to finally own some.
good picks for your collection! finally got around to seeing The Florida Project and it florida me.edit: Good Time was a big surprise. really enjoyed from start to finish
just bought tickets to Sept. 14 midnight showing of Mandy
BACK THE FUCK UP
Whiplash is brilliant.
Whiplash is brilliant.
The final scene is the best
Yea, fucking awesome. I watched it back when it first came out and wasn't overly impressed, but on second viewing was blown away and had a new appreciation for the film.
Myles Teller is an ass hole for not trying harder to make it work with the beautiful Melissa Benoist, only complaint about the film!
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