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Rorschach

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  1. Top 10 of 2018 predictions

    1. Avengers: Infinity War $525 million 2. The Incredibles 2 $445 million 3. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom $410 million 4. Han Solo $375 million 5. The Grinch $330 million 6. Deadpool 2 $315 million 7. Black Panther $300 million 8. Aquaman $275 million 9. Mulan $240 million 10. Wreck-it Ralph 2 $220 million 11. Mary Poppins Returns $210 million 12. Fantastic Beasts 2 $205 million 13. Ant-Man and the Wasp $200 million 14. Ready Player One $185 million 15. Mission: Impossible 6 $175 million 16. Animated Spider-Man $160 million 17. Mortal Engines $155 million 18. Venom $150 million 19. Hotel Transylvania 3 $145 million 20. Ocean's 8 $140 million
  2. The Classic Conversation Thread: The Sequel

    I think he means the movie I hope it's the movie
  3. Besides Justice League and Thor: Ragnarok I'd say this was one of the best trailers to have come out of Comic-Con.
  4. Best films of 2017!

    1. Logan 2. Get Out 3. Dunkirk 4. Wonder Woman 5. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 6. Spider-Man: Homecoming 7. Split 8. The LEGO Batman Movie 9. Okja 10. Beware the Slenderman 11. Kong: Skull Island 12. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales 13. Baywatch 14. Ghost in the Shell 15. Sleepless 16. Transformers: The Last Knight
  5. 1999 Studio: LagerFilms Genre: Thriller Director: Trey Edward Schults Cinematographer: Drew Daniels Composer: Johann Johansson Running Time: 118 minutes Release Date: September 8th Theater Count: 2,769 Budget: $20 million MPAA Rating: R for Disturbing images and language Cast: Dacre Montogomery Jane Levy Ben Mendelsohn Mark Ruffalo and Mark Rylance Plot: TBA
  6. The Classic Conversation Thread: The Sequel

    That actually sounds really interesting. There is a guy on Youtube who makes videos dedicated to alternate history: Alternate History Hub Really great channel:
  7. Fair points. I'm just saying, Cameron's involvement alone might peak the interest of a lot of people.
  8. Box Office Theory's Most Anticipated Films

    1. The Incredibles 2 2. Thor: Ragnarok 3. Avengers: Infinity War 4. Star Wars: The Last Jedi 5. It 6. Ready Player One 7. The Disaster Artist 8. The Shape of Water 9. Deadpool 2 10. Black Panther
  9. Alita Battle Angel sounds promising. It's got a really good cast and has two great filmmakers involved with it. I think James Cameron's involvement will be enough to get people interested.
  10. The Dark Knight Rises vs Batman Returns

    I like both but Batman Returns is just more in line with my tastes for my Batman in terms of tone. Idk what it is about the film but I always feel an aching for the style presented in that film to make a return in comic book movies.
  11. The Classic Conversation Thread: The Sequel

    Wow. My local movie theater is seriously fucked up. They are only showing Valerian for two early showings today and that's it. They aren't even going to do a full theatrical run at my theater. So fucking stupid.
  12. Favorite Characters in Media

    I've always been fascinated when asking people about their favorite characters and why. It's always interesting to hear and it tells me a lot about the person I'm asking. I want to ask the same question to you guys: Who are your favorite characters in media and why? Did they inspire you? Did they make you laugh? Did they intrigue you? Did they steal every scene they were in? Did their heroics or villainy draw you into them? Are they the characters you think of when someone mentions the movie or show they are from? Explain why they mean a lot to you. You can include any character from pretty much any form of media. Movies, Television, Video games, Books, Comics, etc. Idc. Here are a few of mine and reasons why: -Atticus Finch from To Kill a Mockingbird: Honestly, he is one of the reasons I wanted to create this list. He is such an inspiring, honorable man but he's also so down to earth. He stands up for what he believes, even in the face of adversity and his own life. Definitely my favorite hero of all time. -Batman: What more can I say? It's fucking Batman man. -Rorschach from Watchmen: He's definitely not right in the head but he is one of the most complex and interesting characters in media PERIOD. -Gollum from The Lord of the Rings: In a way, I see him as both a villain and a hero at the same time. While the ring's influence on him ultimately destroyed his life and led him down a path of darkness, he pretty much saves Middle Earth in the end thanks to his unwillingness to be separated from his "precious" and destroying it (unintentionally but still) -Captain America from the MCU: An embodiment of the values of America and also a tragic figure at the same time. -The Eds from Ed Edd n Eddy: My personal favorite comedic characters. Every time I see them, I can't help but smile. -Gromit from Wallace and Gromit: Even though he never makes a sound, he always shows so much emotion with only his body language. -Judge Claude Frollo from The Hunchback of Notre Dame: My favorite Disney villain. An extremely badass, complex villain. -Eric Cartman from South Park: His spoiled, crazy character always seems to bring a smile to my face. -Rick from Rick and Morty: Wubba Lubba Dub Dub -Light Yagami and L from Death Note: Seeing these two engage in a constant battle of wits with one other created some of the greatest on-screen conflict ever. -Alex Delarge from A Clockwork Orange: A man who lives in violence and is completely obsessed by it. Betrayed and ultimately forced to reform against his own will, subjugated to the society's cruel, unforgiving nature, and ultimately winds up coming back full circle. Absolutely brilliant character arc.
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