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  1. Watching that BP win was probably the best live moment I've ever seen. I prefer La La Land but I'm ridiculously happy for everyone involved with Moonlight. It's great too, and definitely a worthy winner.
  2. for what it's worth, I have a friend who HATES horror movies and never ever goes to see them in theaters. The one I've seen with him was IT FOLLOWS and he thought it was "just okay" we saw GET OUT today and he absolutely loved it. WOM is gonna be insane
  3. You probs posted it already but the moonlight one is best
  4. Get Out is the first horror film since The Conjuring that I've absolutely loved. Brilliant stuff. Glad to see it's doing well. Still haven't seen Split tho @WrathOfHan
  5. remember back when i complained about my love life, good times
  6. tbh I don't really organizing sound mixing and sound editing soooo lol
  7. X2 is a brilliant achievement in blockbuster filmmaking. Every scene adds thrills, and the film utilizes its excellent cast almost to its full potential (Marsden gets short-changed a bit, but that about the only problem here). Stryker is an excellent villain, bringing a more unique threat to superhero films than its contemporaries, and Nightcrawler is the best addition in the series' history, bringing a beautiful heart, wonderfully realized by Cumming's delightful performance. The entire last hour is possibly Singer's finest, weaving together every plot strand in a magnificent symphony of action and character moments. X2 is spectacular in every sense of the word; a blockbuster that still holds up today thanks to its strong characters and fantastic direction. A
  8. Personal rankings: 1. Manchester by the Sea 2. Hell or High Water 3. The Lobster 4. La La Land 1. Arrival 2. Moonlight 3. Hidden Figures 4. Lion 5. Fences
  9. Personal rankings: 1. Jackie 2. La La Land 3. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 4. Allied 5. Florence Foster Jenkins
  10. Personal rankings: 1. Arrival 2. La La Land 3. Moonlight 4. Hell or High Water 5. Hacksaw Ridge
  11. Personal rankings for both: 1. Arrival 2. La La Land 3. Deepwater Horizon 4. Hacksaw Ridge 5. Sully 1. Arrival 2. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story 3. La La Land 4. Hacksaw Ridge 5. 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi
  12. Personal rankings: 1. La La Land 2. Arrival 3. Hail, Caesar! 4. Passengers 5. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
  13. Personal rankings: 1. "Audition (The Fools Who Dream)," La La Land 2. "How Far I'll Go," Moana 3. "Can't Stop the Feeling!," Trolls 4. "City of Stars," La La Land Haven't seen the doc.