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  1. Looks a lot better than I thought it would. And you want to know the most bat-shit insane thing about this movie? Tom Cruise is actually piloting those planes, it's not CGI. Legally he can't fly in-service F-18s, so it sounds like they used civilian planes and mocked them up to appear like F-18s for the cockpit shots. https://ew.com/movies/2018/11/09/tom-cruise-top-gun-maverick-fly-jet/
  2. This topic came to mind because I just finished watching Natural Born killers and I forgot how catchy and awesome that closing credit song is. I literally watched then entire credit sequence because of that song and it made me think of other movies that have awesome closing credit song. For those who don't remember, here is the closing credit song for Natural Born Killers Another good one was Zack Snyder's Dawn of the Dead Remake... https://youtu.be/HM7cCfjV75Y?t=157 And while its not a movie, honorable mention goes to the ending song for the original Mass Effect Nothing sums up a great movie or game better than a great ending song... these are the ones that came to the top of head. What say you D1P?
  3. Might as well start it off with this thread ? what have you guys watched while the boards boards have been down? me: Rampage 2.5/5 Logan 5/5 Flower 3.5/5 Set It Up 4/5 (seriously, this was an actual good romcom)
  4. God, did that smell good. It was pretty obvious that barely any money would be made, but it's bizarre looking at numbers like this: the number two movie grossed $24, which means two people were in that theater. What theaters -- and it's probably just a few -- are still open and how are they operating? I'm assuming it's mostly/exclusively drive-in movies (@sblfilms how's your drive-in doing?). Even though I only go maybe a half dozen times a year nowadays, I do miss that experience.
  5. I watched the first season of Stranger Things on DVD so I am sure I'll jump in and watch the rest of that seasons, but what are some must-sees, both movies and series?
  6. I've re-watched a few Japanese horror films as of late and I know there are quite a few horror, and film in general, fans on here. What are some of your personal, possibly more obscure, favorites? I'm really into this atmosphere right now and want to keep it going. In no particular order, here are the ones I returned to recently and probably my favorites: Kwaidan Ringu Dark Water Kuroneko
  7. Not sure there are any of you who have a subscription to Shudder but we're about an hour into the weekly Last Drive-In w/ Joe Bob Briggs and they're showing C.H.U.D. (Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers) and I am fucking loving it! Pure nostalgia and awesomeness, definitely worth checking out! (This shit is trending all over Twitter ya'll!)
  8. Scorsese loves his music playing in the background. Just freaking loves it. So when it backed off during the ceremony as Hoffa was going ballistic with Russell, I got a little nervous. Then I'm pretty sure I went 15 or 20 minutes without a lick of music. Tense shit, y'all. In addition to that, you know what got me? At the very end, Hoffa trusted Frank. "Come on, Frank, let's get out of here." The one guy he felt good about besides his son. I also thought the film seemed to be paced quicker once Hoffa came into the picture, probably because his character is the stand-out performance, while Frank's is more internal (GAWD, just watching his face during the music-less sequence was riveting). And you know, the scenes with his daughter were interesting throughout the movie, but I really, really liked how it came full circle at the end. She was just about shaking (I think the only daughter who was?) when the news of Hoffa's death played on TV, and she said most of what she said in the entire movie in that scene when she asked her father why he didn't yet call Jo. And just like that, the relationship is over because she knows he killed her favorite uncle (and under orders from the guy she didn't like, Russell). Good film! With the exception of the excellent Departed (probably because the plot was more well-defined and took place in a smaller time period for most of the movie, unlike Raging Bull, Goodfellas and The Irishman which take place over lifetimes), most of Scorsese's films take a little while to sink in for me. I liked Goodfellas when I first watched it, and then I really freaking loved it. I'd have to watch this again, but there's a lot to like about the film, and it was good enough that my g/f and I watched all 3 1/2 hours of it yesterday, albeit in two chunks.
  9. Or so says Matt Singer at Screen Crush. The trailer will debut on Friday, until then all we have is this odd behind the scenes video: Enormous sets, built to give you the "cat's perspective," talk of "digital fur technology," Taylor Swift and Idris Elba and Judi Dench and Ian McKellan, Cats will have it all. This movie is going to be crazy, I haven't any idea what everyone is going to look like.
  10. This weekend's top ten combined for an estimated $50.35 million, which is the lowest, week eleven combined gross for the top ten since 1995 with all holdovers dropping -60% or more compared to last weekend. With all new wide releases postponed until April 10, things are unlikely to improve. Onward plummeted 73%. The Invisible Man plummeted 60%. https://www.boxofficemojo.com/weekend/2020W11/?ref_=bo_wey_table_1
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