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Slambros

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  1. Well, there's a silver lining about this film: I went on an app called Stardust where people post reactions to movies, and there was a poll between this most recent Tomb Raider film and the very first Resident Evil film, asking, "Which one is the better video gamd adaption?" Turns out, Tomb Raider has an overwhelming lead; the film has 80% of the votes. So, it's a sinch by the inch, I guess. And that's a good thing! Tomb Raider is seemingly a film that people respect, and I'm sure there's another video game adaption that can carry the torch towards the legitimacy of the genre.
  2. Box Office Theory's Most Anticipated Films

    1. Adrift 2. Upgrade 3. Hereditary 4. Ocean's Eight 5. Hotel Artemis 6. Won't You Be My Neighbor? 7. The Incredibles 2 8. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom 9. Sicario: Day of the Soldado 10. Under The Silver Lake
  3. I think his career would have been fairly 'over' anyways; I'm he'd be wanting to retire soon. Even actors can probably only go on for so long.
  4. Now, take from it what you will, but I was playing Spotify music on my phone during a car ride, and I heard an advertisement for this film on the service. Movie advertisement on Spotify is nothing new -- I've heard them for Krampus and A Quiet Place and Truth or Dare and other films over the years -- but I still think that STX's willingness to make Spotify advertisements is fairly noteworthy. Based on the type of films that are around it, I don't think this will outright fail. I'm sure this has an audience, and that it'll be on the higher end of grosses from STX's slate.
  5. I wouldn't count out overseas markets yet. They love their VFX-driven spectacles. I can see this making enough to not be a bomb, especially if critics like it. We'll see. I mean, even if I have already seen Disney's Jungle Book, I still want to see this to compare it with the Disney version, and I'm sure I'm not alone. I'm sure it'll be a The 5th Wave, Maze Runner: The Death Cure, and xXx: Return of Xander Cage on a bit of a grander scale with good word of mouth.
  6. She's earned my respect after The Soul Surfer. She was excellent in that film. She's young enough as to where her career still has potential, though.
  7. In this new horror film, young girls are forced to go to a haunted boarding house, where things get pretty supernatural. According to Google, the film is set to release in August 17th against Sony's Alpha, Warner Bros' Crazy Rich Asians, STX's The Happytime Murders, and Aviron's Three Seconds. (Personally, I think this might be this year's Wish Upon or this year's Friend Request, but I'm glad that the actors involved are being given roles.)
  8. That was an MGM musical called Valley Girl. Shame, because they had already filmed it and given it a June 29th release date. Maybe they should've called Christopher Plummer...
  9. I wonder when the rerelease will be, and I wonder if it'll cause more people to see it.
  10. Best films of 2018!

    A Annihilation The Death of Stalin A- Black Panther Isle of Dogs A Quiet Place B+ Avengers: Infinity War B Game Night I Can Only Imagine C+ Paul, Apostle of Christ C Maze Runner: The Death Cure (*Films are not being ranked until further notice; instead, films with the same grade are listed in alphabetical order.*)
  11. Most Anticipated July Movie

    July is stacked with potentially great movies and movies that we already know are great. Indies like Eighth Grade and Blindspotting, blockbusters like Ant-Man and the Wasp and Mission: Impossible - Fallout... even the Mamma Mia sequel looks like a fairly harmless musical. It was a very tough decision, but my vote went to Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far On Foot. That film looks like a great dramedy, and I definitely trust Gus Van Sant after Good Will Hunting.
  12. Crowd Reports Thread

    The Death of Stalin May 22nd, 7:00 PM, well-attended Thalian Hall Trailers RBG (the art film to be shown next week) A lot of laughter throughout the film. Upon leaving, a man said to his friend, "That's not a movie I'd ever see again." A group of older women were also standing in a circle, talking about how terrible the Soviet Union was.
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