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  1. Holy shit he did it. After years and years of wondering/waiting. IT’S FINALLY HAPPENING!!!! Might be SDCC exclusive but man does this poster kick ass
  2. https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/ant_man_and_the_wasp Currently at 87% with a 6.9/10 average rating. 258 total reviews. A few reviews from top critics: https://variety.com/2018/film/reviews/ant-man-and-the-wasp-review-paul-rudd-evangeline-lilly-1202858263/ https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/ant-man-wasp-review-1123413 http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/movies/la-et-mn-ant-man-and-the-wasp-review-20180627-story.html
  3. This looks entertaining enough. I love the main cast. Vibe kind of reminds me of the latest King Arthur movie. But is there some kind of rule in Hollywood that we can’t get any kind of direct adaptation of English folklore? Can’t we get a straight up telling of the Robin Hood and King Arthur stories? It’s been what 40+ years since we got one for Arthur and 20+ for Robin Hood.
  4. Duncan Jones, the director of 2016’s Warcraft, tweeted a teaser this afternoon that all but confirmed his next project will be an adaptation of the Rogue Trooper comic book and video game canon.
  5. https://www.vudu.com/content/movies/uipage/Deals/70/-4-99-HDX-Weekend-Deals/1#{"minVisible":0} Check to see if its "movies anywhere" title and you'll have maximum compatibility.
  6. https://variety.com/2018/film/news/star-wars-episode-ix-keri-russell-1202861343/ She worked with director JJ Abrams previously in M:I III (my personal favorite) and the role is supposed to be action heavy, so I can only assume that she's a transgender Luke Skywalker coming back to life to chop a bunch of Stormtroopers in half.
  7. http://collider.com/zombieland-2-cast-release-date/ Zombieland 2 will be coming out in 2019 and the original cast is returning.
  8. http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/movies/ny-ent-jar-jar-binks-actor-considered-suicide-after-star-wars-backlash-20180703-story.html
  9. https://www.cinemablend.com/news/2444290/incredibles-2-has-passed-the-incredibles-at-the-box-office It will probably do double the originals domestic box office.
  10. Sources with knowledge of the situation tell Collider that Lucasfilm has decided to put plans for more A Star Wars Story spinoff movies on hold, instead opting to focus their attention on Star Wars: Episode IX and what the next trilogy of Star Wars films will be after that film.
  11. At 99% on Rotten Tomatoes this is the best reviewed movie of the summer. This movie was getting a lot of hype while on the festival circuit and after seeing it last week I can gladly confirm this documentary lives up to the hype. I say this with no exaggeration that it was one of the most profound movies I’ve seen in a while. I cried many times even though nothing particularly sad happens, but also felt lifted up at the same time. I walked out wanting to be a better person, and over a week later that feeling has stuck with me. With all of the negativity in the world these days there is something powerful about seeing an uncommonly decent man do the right thing for decency sake and succeed because of it. Even if you typically don’t catch documentaries in a theater, this is absolutely a must see.
  12. This gives me an easy way to rewatch and see if my feelings change on the second viewing!
  13. http://collider.com/terminator-6-images-sarah-connor-linda-hamilton/#image I mean she looks awesome and badass. Still don't want another Terminator movie. But also I will be there on day 1.
  14. http://www.boxofficemojo.com/weekend/chart/?yr=2018&wknd=25&p=.htm Jurassic Park nabbed $150 million domestically. Incredibles 2 grossed $80 million. Total, the films this weekend grossed $277,686,254. http://www.boxofficemojo.com/news/?id=4410&p=.htm
  15. 66% on RT $42M Opening Weekend Ocean's 8 is a film that is better than Gary Ross's very poor Steven Soderbergh impression thanks to some dynamite casting, but it's ultimately unable to overcome the many issues that the writer / director brought to the table. On the surface, it's all there. Great cast, jazzy soundtrack, cool caper, and interesting characters. It's a recipe that Soderbergh managed brilliantly in Ocean's Eleven, but even he wasn't able to recreate it in his own sequels. It shouldn't be a surprise then, that Gary Ross falls even flatter in his attempt to cook up the same magic. Ross is completely unable to match Soderbergh's pacing or use the soundtrack to similar effect. This is a film that is completely centered around a high fashion event, but it's never able to be as effortlessly fashionable as Soderbergh's remake. It completely mistakes what, why, and how Eleven was so cool. Ross's poor impersenation didn't end at Ocean's Eleven either. The villianless structure was reminiecent of Magic Mike XXL and the end of the film directly echos Logan Lucky. In each case, Ross took something interesting and made it less so when grafted into Ocean's 8. All that said, Ocean's 8 isn't a complete disaster. While the sum is less than that of its parts, many of those parts are unquestionably worthwhile. In particular the leads have excellent chemistry. I could watch Bullock's sly Debbie Ocean and Blanchett's disinterested Lou run petty schemes and cons for hours. Hathaway perfectly embodies the image obsessed actress archetype, and Helana Bonham Carter's perpetual fish out of water routine works very much in her favor here. The rest of the cast is solid even if not entirely put to the best use. There are small joys sprinkled throughout the film, the kind that could have made a good movie great, instead of a poor one mediocre. The heist itself is interesting, but ultimately a failure in the ways that count. By never introducing a real foil for the ladies of crime, the stakes are kept to a minimum. That can be overcome given that there's still something of a thrill in the act, but the bigger issue is one of satisfaction. Regardless of how the heist itself ends, what the mark was or the reward, a successful heist film will leave you satisfied with the work. Inception's payoff is ultimately a single phone call and a business deal not going through, but there are both stakes and a real gratification in what they accomplish. That isn't present in Ocean's 8. Ross tries for it, but it feels hollow and ham fisted. He knew what it was he needed to do, he just wasn't good enough to get it done. In a film full of professional lairs, it's a shame that it's the director that couldn't make the disguise work. Given the rather reasonable box office performance I'd be happy to see another entry in this franchise, but I really hope they find someone else to put at the helm.
  16. https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com/article/worlds-first-ant-man-and-the-wasp-reactions-fun-action-packed-sequel-delivers-infinity-war-answers/ They're good!
  17. So, I've really got mixed feelings on this one. As a fun crowd pleaser, it was an A+. But man, was this movie ever sequelly. It was a 100% rehash of the first movie. Same exact plot twists and everything. But at the same time, I had so much fun watching it, and Brad Bird might be the best action director working now. Talk about fun. Loved spending time with these characters again, loved almost everything, just wish they had tried to be a little more daring with the story. That whole line of "well, I had to wait until I had the perfect story to tell" narrative is complete and total bullshit. This was simply an excuse to get these characters in action again. Nothing more. And I think the ONLY reason it takes place immediately after the first is so that Jack Jack can still be a baby. And Edna Mode served no purpose in this movie whatsoever, other than to be Edna Mode, who admittedly, is awesome. It's weird to think that the entire MCU universe of films exists in the gap between the first incredibles and this one. That's how much the superhero movie landscape has changed.
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