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ddddeeee last won the day on April 11 2015

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  1. I rewatched KotM and...had a blast? I hated it in theatres. Mothra is the one.
  2. This was fun. Really wish McCreary or Desplat would have stuck around though.
  3. Hammer has been found out to be abusive to lovers and this is a nasty, violent story about toxic love. It's really not something that can just be shrugged off - it's right there, and Hammer's character is right in the centre of it (along with Gadot's and Mackey's characters).
  4. I love Branagh, love Christie, LOVE Death on the Nile (becoming increasingly convinced that it's her best), but it's time for a dump. Another year's wait isn't going to help this situation in the slightest.
  5. Elfman will use Giacchino's theme.
  6. KotM has Godzilla team up with a moth to fight a three-headed dragon with a pesky, mischievous pterodactyl loitering about. It's almost impressive how they could make a movie with all that so dull. I'm out.
  7. Imagine reading these horrific messages and thinking 'Armie Hammer is kinky, so what?' as opposed to 'Armie Hammer is freaking dangerous'. There's an obvious line between kink and abuse, and if you don't think a woman complaining about being sore, about how her safe words were ignored and him responding with how much he enjoyed it (rape is even the word he used) aren't abuse, you're a problem. And even if your deep-rooted misogyny means you can't see it that way, he even talks about loving the power he has over his sleeping children. That shit was distressing to even read. 'Cringe?' Piss off with that.
  8. This movie's existence will forever bewilder me.
  9. I don't think people knowing the ending of this is important. MotOE has the most famous reveal of any whodunnit and it's had two hugely successful adaptations. DotN's ending is probably her most satisfying - the denouement is brilliant and the characters are some of Christie's best. I would've loved an eerie, gothic version of Peril at End House, or a melancholic take on Five Little Pigs, or a full-on thriller ABC Murders, but I'm here for a horny DotN.
  10. I wonder if they're ditching Clea until a third movie with Dormammu as the big bad (Mordo being his right hand man). Clea was happening when Derrickson was directing, but McAdams was out and now she's in so....
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