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  1. This was fantastic. Simultaneously both the funniest and the most suspenseful movie I've seen so far this year. Beautifully shot and provides insight on society, but is still crowd-pleasing and entertaining throughout. (Plenty of laughs and gasps in my screening). And then I watched Memories of Murder and it's just as good if not better. I think I found the emotional climax of Memories more powerful, but prefer Parasite overall upon first viewings.
  2. The current rumor on Fandom Menace Youtube (about the test screenings) is one of the funniest things I've ever seen. I wouldn't watch it though if you want to avoid (probably fake) spoilers. TLDR: The test screenings were a disaster, the movie has been redone twice with an additional budget of $300m in the past few months, and Lucas himself was brought in to fix it. I don't know how these guys come up with this.
  3. FYC: Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KzUKcXxbU4U Also, most of the musicals I have watched are Bollywood so I'll post some of my favorites in case anyone wants to watch them, and I'm hoping for suggestions of some others to watch, because I have not kept up with the more modern ones. Om Shanti Om - Homage/Satire of musicals and Bollywood film industry Main Hoon Na - (action-comedy) Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... - Family melodrama I haven't actually seen this one yet, but I'm going to have to watch it after seeing this musical number: Bajirao Mastani - Historical epic
  4. When reading his full quote I do agree with him, but you have to admit that the headline sounds ironic when he had to go to Netflix to get the funding for The Irishman while Marvel movies are one of the few things people will actually pay to see in a theater these days. It just seems that more people prefer, or atleast prefer to see in a theater, the "Theme Park" style of entertainment rather than films which fulfill Scorsese's definition of "cinema." And this is not to say being produced by Netflix is a bad thing. Their willingness to blow money on non-blockbusters and provide a place for content that would not succeed in today's box office environment is great, and I hope they survive the arrival of D+ and the other streamers. I just wish they would find a way to be able to show their movies in theaters as well for those of us who don't live in LA/NY.
  5. Event status confirmed. Let's not forget that the last two MCU movies where William Hurt returned as Secretary of State Thaddeus ‘Thunderbolt’ Ross cleared 2B.
  6. @Thanos Legion You write for ERC? https://twitter.com/ERCboxoffice/status/117143532387783
  7. Do you consider Race shit? That was the first Indian film I watched. I guess it's nominally bad, but it's in that so bad it's good territory. Highly entertaining.
  8. If you think the reactions here are overboard you should see Reddit. People unironically suggesting Disney schedule all their tentpoles on the same days as Sony's movies to bankrupt them.
  9. He was a general in that movie. Sometime between then and Civil War he became Secretary of State.
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