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    Booooooring. No one asked for this filler. Never thought an MCU film can be such an uneventful flick.
  4. 4 points
    Judging choreography from a trailer is rather like trying to paint a still life portrait while passing by in a speeding car.
  5. 3 points
    why would you blame the movie for the actions of others. (most probably film dudebros)
  6. 3 points
    Looks GREAT! Don't know what people are complaining about. I dig return to TWS style and characters seem interesting. 1B is happening so that's that. We believers always knew it but noooo, nobody wants this movie they said.
  7. 3 points
    As a minority myself, i am sick of tired of people like yourself viewing the world through only race and sex. In the real world outside of Twitter, Joker was well liked by females and People of Colour
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    Frozen 2 OS Update $913,248,839, up 1.25M WW is up to $1,372,632,881
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    It looks a bit like a 2000-2005 superhero film, a vibe that Venom shares.
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    Movie Distr Gross %YD %LW Thr Per Thr Total Gross D - (5) Little Women Sony Pictures $825,000 -65% -41% 3,216 $257 $75,007,402 20 - (3) Jumanji: The Next Level Sony Pictures $770,000 -81% -63% 3,904 $197 $257,900,112 32 - (4) Just Mercy Warner Bros. $675,000 -72% +9,461% 2,375 $284 $10,824,216 20 - (11) The Grudge Sony Pictures $290,000 -68% -64% 2,642 $110 $18,211,895 11 - (-) A Beautiful Day in the Ne… Sony Pictures $55,000 -64% -61% 519 $106 $59,988,020 53
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    Why does anyone care if someone loved joker or if they didn’t? If someone thinks it was a masterpiece, then fantastic, if they thought it was shit, that’s fine as well. People need to stop acting like their opinions are facts. These comments about joker deserving or not deserving these oscar nominations are about as stupid as the black panther ones. We have a lot of hypocrites on the internet.
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    If it makes you feel better, it's cause I'm She-Hulked out over Star Wars. I don't have the strength to fight two Fandom Wars.
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    Bad Boys for Life Thursday Night Showings Denver AMC Westminster 24 Total 109 858 12.70% AMC Highlands Ranch 24 Total 65 1470 4.42% SEATS SOLD SOLD TODAY TOTAL SEATS PERCENT SOLD THEATERS SHOWINGS 390 N/A 6236 6.25% 9 32 Terminator comp: 4.09M Adjusted Zombieland comp: 3.64M Gemini Man comp: 3.79M Hobbs comp: 4.16M Adjusted OUATiH comp: 3.56M
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    Looks surprisingly decent. Should do decent business as well. If this is a hit and Venom 2 is a hit as well, Sony likely pulls Spidey out after the 3rd movie next year and goes their own way for a while.
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    <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="ht" dir="ltr">🇯🇵 Japan Box Office <br>Jan., 14. (Est ).<br><br>1 <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/RiseofSkywalker?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#RiseofSkywalker</a> $290K / $56,10M <br>2 <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/KaijiFinalGame?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#KaijiFinalGame</a> $280K / $5,88M <br>3 <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Parasite?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#Parasite</a> $250K / $2,73M<br>4 <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/FordVsFerrari?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#FordVsFerrari</a> $225K / $3,37M <br>6 <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Frozen2?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#Frozen2</a> $140K / $111,93M <br>7 <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/MyHeroAcademia?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#MyHeroAcademia</a>$50K /$12,42M <a href="https://t.co/BbqS6FAZHl">pic.twitter.com/BbqS6FAZHl</a></p>&mdash; FranSpeech (@Franspeech) <a href="https://twitter.com/Franspeech/status/1217204488295059461?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">January 14, 2020</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
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    Supposedly the movie takes place over 24 hours. I guess the short (109 minute) runtime makes sense.
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    Most universities went back yesterday, but also, if you followed the threads last week several of us talked about how Monday / Tuesday were more inflated than normal. This behavior is normal
  24. 1 point
    Can we have one weekday thread?
  25. 1 point
    I just found this. Technically this is the actual Special Look heh. Better quality than the Twitter one I posted earlier.
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    $100M FILMS 1. Glass - February 14 2. The Upside - February 26 3. How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World - March 5 4. Captain Marvel - March 9 5. The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part - March 16 6. Us - March 29  7. Shazam! - April 17 8. Dumbo - April 21 9. Avengers: Endgame - April 26 10. Detective Pikachu - May 22 11. John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum - May 26 12. Aladdin - May 27 13. The Secret Life of Pets 2 - June 18 14. Godzilla: King of the Monsters - June 22 15. Toy Story 4 - June 23 16. Spider-Man: Far From Home - July 5 17. The Lion King - July 20 18. Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw - August 10 19. Once Upon a Time In... Hollywood - August 11 20. IT: Chapter Two - September 10 21. Joker - October 7 22. Hustlers - October 18 23. Maleficent: Mistress of Evil - November 12 24. Frozen II - November 24 25. Ford v Ferrari - December 19 26. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker - December 21 27. Jumanji: The Next Level - December 22 28, Knives Out - December 26 $200M FILMS 1. Captain Marvel - March 15 2. Avengers: Endgame - April 27 3. Aladdin - June 5 4. Toy Story 4 - June 29 5. Spider-Man: Far From Home - July 9 6. The Lion King - July 22 7. IT: Chapter 2 - October 5 8. Joker - October 14 9. Frozen II - November 28 10. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker - December 23 11. Jumanji: The Next Level - January 1, 2020 $300M FILMS 1. Captain Marvel - March 23 2. Avengers: Endgame - April 28 3. Aladdin - June 29 4. Toy Story 4 - July 7 5. Spider-Man: Far From Home - July 19 6. The Lion King - July 27 7. Joker - November 4 8. Frozen II - December 4 9. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker - December 27 $400M FILMS 1. Captain Marvel - April 21 2. Avengers: Endgame - April 30 3. Toy Story 4 - July 31 4. The Lion King - August 2 5. Frozen II - December 26 6. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker - January 1, 2020 $500M FILMS 1. Avengers: Endgame - May 3 2. The Lion King - August 21 $600M FILMS 1. Avengers: Endgame - May 5 $700M FILMS 1. Avengers: Endgame - May 11 $800M FILMS 1. Avengers: Endgame - May 26 NEXT: 29. Little Women - December 25 (maybe) 30. 1917 - December 25 (maybe)
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    I don't know what kind of fan you are but all this "obnoxious discussion" you are talking about well you are egging it on by referring to Joker as a "single" when it's clearly a home run. Aquaman and Wonder Woman were home runs too but they didn't exactly have modest budgets. Joker is clearly a home run. When you gross a billion dollars on a budget that is $70M or so.. the profit is unimaginable. It's posts like yours that tend to stir the pot. If you give credit where it's due people wouldn't react that way.
  29. 1 point
    Well, it surprised me, and I remember hearing audible gasps from other members of the audience at his reveal. Then again, I've never been the type of person to watch a movie actively looking for a plot twist.
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    Dern also has the "overdue" factor in her favor, she has been doing very good work for years but has yet to win. And anybody who thinks this does not influence voters, is living in La La Land. There have been a number of "Make Up Oscars", where an actors wins not so much for his performance, but that he has been snubbed in the past and is just overdue for an Oscar. Al Pacino is the casebook example. He was passed over for some of his truly great performances, but ended up winning for "Scent Of A Woman" where he was good bur not great. COnsensue was the Denzel Washington was robbed that year by not winning for "Malcolm X'. Martin Scorsese is another. "The Departed" is a good film, but not nearly as good as some of his films that were passed over "Raging Bull" and "Goodfellows" which now are pretty much concdede to be better films then the films that beat them.
  31. 1 point
    Me when I saw Keaton. My only hope in all of this is the Sony-verse is another universe in the MCU multiverse and that’s their Adrian Tomes. My personal Endgame for Spider-Man is he has to leave our universe (MCU) and go into this universe because the Spider-Man in their (Sony) universe was killed and they don’t have all the heroes that the MCUniverse has. Then the MCU can be done with Spider-Man and Sony can drive the character into the dirt as they inevitably will.
  32. 1 point
    I'm not a superhero movie fan so this movie is no way geared towards me but this movie looks so generic for the genre that it should just be called Superhero Origin The Movie
  33. 1 point
    Bad boys bad boys whatcha gonna do? Whatcha gonna do when they come to theaters near you?
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    I don't know who are the bigger idiots: The testosterone driven people who will condemn any movie with female heroines being the main charecters, or those who automatically support such movies regardless of whether they are good or not to make some political point. It's not just comic books. A lot of fans in any genre say they want new, daring takes on a subject, but you actually give it to them they scream in agony. I give you the reaction of a lot of STar Wars fans to anybody trying to do a darker, more complex version of the SW Universe.
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    Nah you're right, several of those are meh in comparison. It's quite ridiculous. Frozen 2 was better than Toy Story 4 a great film that was completely unnecessary after the perfect finish. Need to watch Klaus, I hear very good things. My kid was never interested no matter how much popcorn or candy I bribed her with.
  38. 1 point
    So that Blade can kill him and we will know peace. 😉 = What a boring trailer. I don’t understand why Sony keeps insisting their films look like 2000s Super Hero Trash. Literally. I hate the cool color correct. It just looks unlit and grimy. And way to spoiler the tag at the end of the movie, since Keaton is 1000000000% the last shot in the film.
  39. 1 point
    The Scavenger Wars Part II - Director's Cut - Studio: Cookie Pictures Genre: Sci-Fi/Thriller/Drama/Re-release Directors: Matt & Ross Duffer Producers: Sebastian Peters, Matt Reeves, Matt Shakman (re-release collaborator) Music: James Newton Howard Cinematographer: Dan Laustsen Release Date: February 24th Theater Count: 2,400 Formats: 2D, Dolby Cinema, Cinerama Budget (re-release): $5m (original budget $240m) Running Time: 148 minutes (2 hours, 28 minutes) Rating: R for sequences of bloody violence, sexual content, thematic elements and strong language throughout Original release: December 17th, Y5 Plot synopsis: Five years following the events of the previous film, the resigned Captain Lucina battles personal demons and a growing conspiracy that could undo a fragile peace and put both Khouga and the H.F.F in grave danger. Previous film (The Scavenger Wars, released Y3): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SsaPQQBs_mHWwAjSrM4fyrbiJ5JLdthnAX9rgHbLGfQ/edit (28,000 words) Plot: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BfhZ5JFgqO_5A_paNSddXuQugEGPF3NA_OfitNw-O1Y/edit?usp=sharing (25,000 words) Scenes filmed with Cinerama lenses are written in green. Main Cast (* denotes voice and/or performance capture): Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Lucina * Letitia Wright as Tamara * Bex Taylor-Klaus as Sunn * Sasha Lane as Sal * Taissa Farmiga as Luna * Sean Bean as Torann Kenneth Branagh as Arthur Hampstead Laurence Fishburne as Grand Admiral Radian Helms with * Ben Foster as Jarek and * Andy Serkis as Emperor Ares Minor/Spoiler Cast:
  40. 1 point
    Jojo Rabbit is more likely to go home empty-handed than win Best Picture so we don't have that to worry about.
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    Haters said Joker will encourage gun violence, > no incident so far Haters said Joker will flop because of its non-conventional style > Joker opened to US243m Haters said Joker will have bad legs > it got more than 4x legs all the way to 1b Haters said joker will not be doing good at award season > Venice win, Oscar 11 nomination. I have never seen such a complete failure from haters since......... They almost achieved none.
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    Kudos! You just described perfectly how I felt about the film as well. I felt and thought a lot of things but the dominant thing in my head was "How the hell did they do that??".
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    Ant Man 2 and Captain Marvel are the only good films in phase 3... (other than Avengers finale)
  46. 1 point
    Well, at least Scott Derrickson can take solace in finding out that he actually has fans who admired his ‘artistic’ craft and flair. All 2 or 3 of them in this thread.
  47. 1 point
    Antman 2 is terrible in every way. btw, Sam Raimi should be The perfect choice but is impossible
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    Let's see how I did. Green text represents my prediction being within 9.9% right (either positively or negatively - hint, there's not that many). Yellow text represents my prediction being within 10-19.9% correct. Red text means that I was more than 20% off on my prediction. The percentages are based on (My prediction) divided by (What the film actually grossed), so as to measure my own ability to predict the box office. 1. Avengers: Endgame - 1925 (-31.2%)/625 (-27.2%)/1300 (-33.0%) - Way off on this, but then again, who wasn't. OS alone outgrossed what I thought would be its WW gross 2. The Lion King - 1400 (-15.5%)/600 (+10.4%)/800 (-28.1%) - I was somewhat close on the domestic front, but the OS over performance was hard to see coming 3. Frozen 2 - 1300 (-10.3%)/450 (-10%)/850 (-10.5%) (Assuming 1450/500/950) - We were this close to greatness. Under predicted, but at least I got the ratios right 4. Star Wars: Episode IX - 1250 (+17.9%)/600 (+17.6%)/650 (+18.2%) (Assuming 1060/510/550) - Over predicted, but at least I got the ratios right. 5. Spider-Man: Far From Home - 1025 (-9.4%)/375 (-4.0%)/650 (-12.3%) - One if my better predictions. OS over performed 6. Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw - 1000 (+31.8%)/200 (+15.1%)/800 (+36.7%) - Over predicted by a lot 7. Toy Story 4 - 975 (-9.2%)/350 (-19.4%)/625 (-2.3%) - Another halfway decent prediction. If I had had DOM up by 75, this prediction would pretty much be spot on 8. Jumanji 3 - 925 (+18.6%)/350 (+12.9%)/575 (+22.3%) (Assuming 780/310/470) - Over predicted 9. Captain Marvel - 900 (-20.2%)/375 (-12.1%)/525 (-25.1%) - I say I'm an MCU fanboy but I under predicted all 3 MCUs this year. Maybe I should start going higher 10. The Secret Life of Pets 2 - 900 (+109.6%)/325 (+105.3%)/575 (+112.0%) - Don't even talk to me about this one dude I did not predict Joker or Aladdin making it into the top 10. I'm still trash at this
  49. 1 point
    After being disappointed by Nausicaa, I was worried I'd see this as a "minor" Miyazaki. On the contrary, Castle in the Sky is an exhilarating adventure that's up there with the other major Miyazaki films I've seen. The plot and themes may be a bit shallower than with Princess Mononoke and Spirited Away, but Miyazaki spins a much better yarn here than he did with his previous movie. Rating: A


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