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  1. Reviews are generally favorable to glowing, and the Salon take has me very excited:   http://www.salon.com/2016/09/25/luke-cages-bulletproof-body-marvels-luke-cage-is-a-needed-dose-of-cool-at-a-painful-time/   Please mark your spoilers in this thread.
  2. Haha, yea, I agree. I am a huge fan of the original movie so this is kind of a childhood dream for me. It's a movie that captured my imagination. Thankfully my appreciation is concept based, so they really can't "screw it up" from a fandom perspective, only production quality.
  3.   Reviews are looking pretty solid so far: http://www.metacritic.com/tv/westworld?ref=hp   Reviewers got two episodes, and say it's not Game of Thrones, but it is is engaging. Should be a fun ride.     PLEASE MARK YOUR SPOILERS IN THIS THREAD
  4.   If you've seen the original, you pretty much know everything you're getting.
  5. Zootopia is now available on Netflix!

    Watched this again last night. and ow I love it even more. I still laughed at all of the jokes. Like genuine out-loud belly laughs. Great movie, excellent moral for younger audiences.
  6. Disney confirms Star Wars anthology movie for 2020

    @EternallDarkness   Ha. True. But I would rather watch the Divergent films again over the prequel trilogy. The only thing I really remember liking about the prequels was Darth Maul. I've only watched them once, in theaters, so it gets hazy what happens in which.
  7. Disney confirms Star Wars anthology movie for 2020

    I enjoy watching the new film the most. Sue me.
  8.   McElhone and Maggie Q? Well then...
  9. @GuyWhoPostsThings   It's the end credit sequence (I think re-recorded, but played note for note). Otherwise I didn't pick up on it through the film. Fuqua isn't really a theme kind of guy.
  10. This show is still going? I bailed out middle of the first season.
  11. I don't know what it is about Antoine Fuqua, but he makes really solid genre films that are better than most, but never among the best. Shooter is a solid little conspiracy thriller. King Arthur is a solid take on a medieval legend. Tears of the Sun is a solid "white savior" flick.   And Magnificent 7 is a solid western. It's not the original, but to its credit really doesn't try to be. The cinematography is well handled if not special, the music forgettable but appropriate, and the script serviceable (bad guy is weak, Pratt elevates the material like Jurassic World, things move briskly). I liked it. If you don't like westerns this won't change your mind, but it runs a little higher quality than most of what we get these days.   Edit: Just checked the RT score. I would say a 65% is exactly right where it should be sitting: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/the_magnificent_seven_2016/
  12. Netflix movie ARQ

    It's a movie? For some reason I thought it was a show. Maybe I'll move it up on the list.
  13. Fan recut that is probably better than the actual trailer will be:    
  14. Natascha McElhone is in this? Guess I'll add it to my watch list.