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Kalo

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Kalo last won the day on July 11 2020

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    If there's a bright center to the universe, it's the planet that it's farthest from
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    Friends! nothing compares to a true friendship! Movies! (obviously :P) Some would be: Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Avengers Assemble (Thor, Iron Man CA Ect..), August Rush, How to Train Your Dragon, Warrior. (and many More) TV Shows: How I met your Mother, Walking Dead, Glee, Game of Thrones, Smallville, The Last Airbender.
    I also Enjoy Bike Riding Exercising and Sports.

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  1. Is there going to be a Summer movie game this year? its looking more and more likely like we will actually get one this summer.
  2. 1.Dune 2.Eternals 3.In the Heights 4.Black Widow 5.A Quiet Place II 6.Spider-Man No Way Home 7.Shang Chi and the Legend of the 10 Rings 8.Mortal Kombat 9.Venom 2 10.No Time to Die (Are we still doing this?)
  3. If Disney sticks to their theatrical only release strategy for their marvel films and if all 3 of their films release this year. they should easily win. could be the only studio to have films over $200m. Raya $24m BW $69/$180m Cruella $15/$30m Shang-Chi $70m/$190m Eternals $80m/$220m
  4. Nah they're not dead. people are still scared. but they are starting to come out more. well we ever see pre covid numbers again ? I don't know. but there are already signs of recovery. by 2023, maybe 2022. theaters should be if not completely recovered, well on their way too it. I haven't gone to theaters much since they opened here in Sept. but there isn't much to watch thb. and I am busier now too. I do plan on seeing all the big stuff in theaters though.
  5. So was Hamilton not eligible? easily my favorite "film" of last year. Palm Springs was pretty dope though. Tenet was good but definitely not Nolan's best work. but when you cancel 75% of films in a year I guess it is going to be a downer one. still have a lot to catch up on. only seen 15 so far.
  6. Even if there is a vaccine by winter? (which is looking likely) I got to be honest I am really hesitant to take any vaccine. but if there is one that has shown significant success rate there is no justifying keeping theaters closed. What do you mean by consolidate? you mean merge with streaming planforms? that is probably likely.
  7. Moving WW84 outside of 2020 would be disastrous. without massive aid from a stimulus movie theaters will be virtually extinct come next spring, if they refuse to release anything. I think they will get some kind of aid, but they need it SOON. unfortunately many Americans are still really scared from the virus. I have gone to the theaters twice post shutdown now and there was almost no one there. I actually felt safer there then I do going to the grocery store. This is going to be a long road to recovery for the theater industry, even if they said that could open 100% of theaters at full capacity. even if a magic vaccine was released that was sure to be cure people from the virus, people are so driven by fear now, it would probably take at least a year for a full recovery and that is being optimistic. I think some studios are just going to have to release some of big films knowing they will not make as much as they used to. I also don't really believe "Tenet" was the best film to release first thing post lockdown, it was fairly dark and people wear respirators in the trailer. I believe WW84 will do decent if released at Christmas, if no more theaters are forced to shut. not nearly as well as before, but I think it can cross $200m over an extended period of time. But yeah it will probably be 2022 before we see a film hit the $400m mark again. and we might not even see $300m next year. granted even if most theaters go bankrupt I think the theater industry will come back eventfully because there is a hunger for that market and people will want to start getting out again. but if they keep pushing it we might be looking at 5-10 years before a significant recovery takes place. , but NY and CA have to open up they just got to do it.
  8. 1.11.20 1917 A 1.16.20 Little Women A+ 1.21.20 Weathering With You B+ 2.5.20 The Gentlemen C 2.8.20 Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) A- 2.16.20 Sonic the Hedgehog B 3.15.20 I Still believe A- 9.13.20 Tenet B+ 10.6.20 The Broken Hearts Gallery B+
  9. Wonder Woman: 1984 Dune Black Widow In The Heights The Suicide Squad A Quiet Place II No Time to Die Raya and the Last Dragon Death on the Nile Free Guy
  10. Dang it, I was literally working on my top 100 to send it, but I had to run to do something.
  11. I would love it if it were Dune, WW84, had a strong chance pre-pandemic. probably not anymore.. realistically maybe Eternals, could be something really sad like F9 or Minions 2 though. thanks to all this reshuffling I just realized most of my most anticipated movies won't come out until 2022 now. (Matrix 4, DS 2, Thor 4, )
  12. One thing I'm glad from this shutdown is that it took Disney down a few notches. and I like alot of thier content, but we do not want them to be a monopoly. which is what they were becoming.
  13. Yeah, Theaters will not want to open up without knowing they will have a steady stream of new content to release. some might do some re-releases a week or two before they are released. but they are not going to make much money off of old movies.
  14. Whoops meant to put this in the speakeasy. would a mod please move it?
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