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Blankments last won the day on July 26 2015

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  1. Wind River, Annabelle: Creation, Beauty and the Beast, Girls Trip, Despicable Me 3, Dunkirk, Leap!, and Logan Lucky are gone. Kingsman: The Golden Circle - 18 (debut) The LEGO Ninjago Movie - 12/14 (2D/3D) total 16 (debut) American Assassin - 14 (no change) Friend Request - 14 (debut) It - 14 (down 9) Home Again - 10 (no change) mother! - 5 (no change) Spider-Man: Homecoming - 5 (down 1) Mulan - 4 (debut) The Emoji Movie - 3 (no change) The Hitman's Bodyguard - 2 (down 8) The Dark Tower - 1 (down 5) The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature - 1 (down 1) War for the Planet of the Apes - 1 (down 3)
  2. The Classic Conversation Thread

    American Vandal is fucking incredible; recommend it to anyone in my age group PLUS @CoolioD1
  3. Box Office Theory's Most Anticipated Films

    1. Ninjago 2. Kingsman: The Golden Circle 3. The Incredibles 2 4. Black Panther 5. Thor: Ragnarok 6. A Wrinkle in Time 7. The Florida Project 8. Pacific Rim Uprising 9. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri 10. Coco
  4. 500M Beauty and the Beast - May 28 400M Beauty and the Beast – April 4 Wonder Woman - August 8 300M Beauty and the Beast – March 26 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - May 21 Wonder Woman - June 23 Spider-Man: Homecoming - August 10 200M Beauty and the Beast – March 21 Logan – March 26 The Fate of the Furious - May 5 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - May 13 Wonder Woman - June 11 Spider-Man: Homecoming - July 16 Despicable Me 3 - July 20 It - September 16 100M Split - February 7 The LEGO Batman Movie - February 20 Fifty Shades Darker – February 25 Logan – March 7 Get Out – March 11 Beauty and the Beast – March 18 Kong: Skull Island – March 18 The Boss Baby – April 13 The Fate of the Furious - April 17 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - May 6 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales - June 3 Wonder Woman - June 4 Cars 3 - June 26 Transformers: The Last Knight - July 2 Despicable Me 3 - July 5 Spider-Man: Homecoming - July 9 War for the Planet of the Apes - July 24 Dunkirk - July 30 Baby Driver - August 13 Girls Trip - August 17 It - September 10
  5. The Classic Conversation Thread

    not goofy enough
  6. The Classic Conversation Thread

  7. The Wrestler (2008)

    The Wrestler is incredibly fascinating. A film that simultaneously subtle and blatant in themes, it works wonderfully as a film about the American dream and the general sacrificial nature of art. Rourke and Tomei are both phenomenal and Aronofsky elevates the already great script with some very inspired direction. I'm sure others have critiqued this film better than I could ever, but rest assured, it's definitely getting rewatched by me within the next year so I can really dive in on it. For now though, The Wrestler is one of the best dramas I've seen, an allegorical character study that leaves one pondering by the time it's been completed. Excellent filmmaking. A
  8. Wind River (2017)

    The shaky cam during the chases is highly unnecessary and outside of establishing shots, the way the camera used feels highly perfuctory
  9. The Classic Conversation Thread

    It's really sad that ANNIE killed Quvenzhane Wallis's career.
  10. LOL apparently this manages to both I'll still see it but yikes
  11. I think the hook is there's a secret counter-organization of secret agent cowboys that the Bond analog is gonna team up with. Firth is just a side-hook Then again I like the trailer lol
  12. IT (2017) (only post reviews if you have seen the film)

    It is fun. That's the main thing to the movie. It might not be scary, and it has some disappointingly underdeveloped characters and subplots, but the whole movie engages for the long runtime and its just a joy to watch. Very idiosyncratic humor populates the film, and the ensemble of kids is uniformly great. Skarsgard's Pennywise is terrifying in a spectacular way, relishing every moment with pure delight. Muschietti directs the setpieces well enough, and Chung's cinematography is downright gorgeous. Really, there's not much to really say about It. It's a very pleasing film, a haunted house ride with memorable characters and wonderfully silly scares. A satisfying horror blockbuster for Fall 2017. B
  13. MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS | 11.10.17 | Fox

    When are we due a new trailer?
  14. Crowd Reports Thread

    The Hitman's Bodyguard September 15, 7:15 PM, 5% full AMC University Place 8, Carbondale, IL Trailers Black Panther Flatliners American Made Justice League Tyler Perry's Boo 2! A Madea Halloween Kingsman: The Golden Circle Decent laughs at right points for them. Small crowd made a small reaction. Beauty and the Beast September 16, 6:00 PM, 10% full AMC Carbondale 8, Carbondale, IL Trailers Olaf's Frozen Adventure Coco Surprisingly big laughs at points. A kid screamed at one point. mother! September 17, 7:15 PM, 40% full AMC University Place 8, Carbondale, IL Trailers Black Panther Molly's Game The Snowman Flatliners Blade Runner 2049 Suburbicon - laughs Downsizing The Shape of Water The audience didn't really react much. I laughed a lot though.
  15. is it bad that the main scene I've thought about frequently since seeing the movie was Pennywise dancing and the camera trick that accompanies it?

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