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  1. I liked it! So as usual, tension through long dialogue is Tarantino's forte, and the scene describing the son's death was masterful at it, but I really dug how the shock of that was followed up by the added wrinkle of the mystery behind another person in the room. Interestingly, the movie spelled out what was happening during John Ruth's rant about the woman working with someone else in the cabin, and she even admitted to it. Funny to watch on repeat. I honestly wondered if Samuel L. Jackson's character was going to be the one with a seedier past, which would have been very surprising, but I was honestly surprised that all three of the guys with their hands on the wall were in on it together. I also enjoyed the Confederate Mannix teaming up with the Union black man by the end because they had shared concern; his reading of the "Lincoln" letter was a sweet end to their arc, I thought, like he was the one who wrote the letter to him. I also think that history with Mannix being used to sway him was really cool. It was definitely a smaller film -- felt more like I've read that it's not considered top-Tarantino by a lot of people, and I was a bit uncomfortable at first with how much abuse Daisy was getting, but she ended up being a resourceful, cunning woman who was the brains behind the gang, and I feel like the big bads usually get an extended death sequence or karma strikes in many Tarantino movies.
  2. Star Wars’ Setback: ‘Game Of Thrones’ Duo David Benioff & D.B. Weiss Exit Trilogy (Deadline) You're next man up, Rian!
  3. Lionsgate and Saban Films are unleashing 3 From Hell in nearly 900 select movie theaters on September 16, 17 and 18, 2019 3 from Hell takes place directly after the events of The Devil’s Rejects, with Otis, Baby and Spaulding somehow managing to survive a hail of bullets. Their “satanic recovery” leads to them being locked up in prison, and an inevitable escape again unleashes the trio – or at least Otis and Baby, joined by Richard Brake‘s new character Foxy – upon the world. In addition to the returning Sheri Moon Zombie, Bill Moseley and Sid Haig, the cast also includes Danny Trejo, Kevin Jackson, Wade Williams, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Clint Howard, Pancho Moler, Emilio Rivera, Daniel Roebuck, David Ury, Sean Whalen, Austin Stoker, Dee Wallace, Richard Brake, Bill Oberst Jr., Richard Riehle, Dot-Marie Jones and Tom Papa.
  4. Never read the book, but... FUCK. YES. This movie looks all over the place in all the best ways. 2/2020.
  5. But TWO cinematic Universes three, if you count The Joker's This is a rumor so take it with a grain of salt.
  6. https://www.ign.com/articles/2019/10/18/china-cancels-once-upon-a-time-in-hollywood-release-reportedly-over-bruce-lee-controversy
  7. https://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/culture/article/elton-john-interview
  8. It took me a couple of tries before I realized that Jonah Hill isn't in talks to play Batman.
  9. I know there isn't a great love for high frame rate in film (despite an ever growing love for it in games), but I remain very interested in what filmmakers can do with it. Ang Lee remains one of the few prominent directors pushing for different formats, shooting Gemini Man at an impressive in 4k at 120 FPS in 3D. However, no theater in the US will get that combination of specs. (They did bring in a special projector for the premier, and several screens in Asia will show it with all the bells and whistles). There are 12 Dolby Cinema theaters in the US that will show the film at 120fps in 3D, but only at 2K resolution. Those theaters are listed in the article. All other HFR (high frame rate) showings, including IMAX and Dolby Cinema, will be at 60fps, also in 2K. 2D showings will be at a standard 24fps, but they will be in 4K. With a 38% on RT with only 34 reviews, I don't think I'm going to be able to justify going up to LA to see this in 120fps. There are a few theaters around me that will show it at 60fps, so I might venture farther than normal to try that out. We still don't know what higher frame rate Avatar 2 will be shown in, and Cameron has been teasing glasses free 3D for a while now. Maybe that film will convince theaters to invest in some new projectors.
  10. https://variety.com/2019/film/news/the-batman-zoe-kravitz-catwoman-1203302757/amp/ This is a great choice. Her and Bob Patty WHEW
  11. https://www.4kfilme.de/der-herr-der-ringe-und-der-hobbit-filme-erscheinen-auf-4k-blu-ray/
  12. Joker breaks record for largest domestic October opening and came very close to topping the Justice League's opening weekend. This Week/Last Week/Movie Title/Studio/Weekend Gross/Theater Count/Per Theater Average/Total Box Office/Week # 1 N Joker (2019) WB $93,500,000 - 4,374 - $21,376 $93,500,000 - 1 2 1 Abominable Uni. $12,000,000 -41.8% 4,248 +6 $2,825 $37,833,115 $75 2 3 2 Downton Abbey Focus $8,000,000 -44.2% 3,548 +158 $2,255 $73,626,935 - 3 4 3 Hustlers STX $6,300,000 -44.7% 3,030 -478 $2,079 $91,321,880 $20 4 5 4 It: Chapter Two WB (NL) $5,355,000 -47.7% 3,163 -448 $1,693 $202,205,157 - 5 6 5 Ad Astra Fox $4,557,000 -54.5% 2,910 -550 $1,566 $43,662,768 - 3 7 7 Judy RAtt. $4,445,635 +52.4% 1,458 +997 $3,049 $8,904,078 - 2 8 6 Rambo: Last Blood LGF $3,550,000 -58.7% 2,900 -718 $1,224 $39,823,895 $50 3 9 N War (2019) Yash $1,581,000 - 305 - $5,184 $2,088,290 - 1 10 8 Good Boys Uni. $900,000 -56.5% 1,006 -497 $895 $82,042,620 $20 8
  13. https://deadline.com/2019/10/jordan-peele-his-monkeypaw-productions-ink-exclusive-5-year-deal-with-universal-1202749289/
  14. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/pippi-longstocking-film-works-studiocanal-heyday-films-1244869
  15. I mean we already knew based on the teaser and poster...but what a load of hot garbage. From Empire Magazine: $100 that there is another planet-destroying superweapon, too. Because the obvious answer to Johnson's new direction was "no, MORE nostalgia...MORE!" Who wants to bet if he is an evil ghost or a physical body? And if he's a physical body, who wants to bet that Abrams doesn't explain how he survived the fucking Death Star exploding. Ugh this new trilogy ended up being such a waste because JJ wanted to play it so safe. I mean, we didn't even get a single new starfighter design (reskins/tweaks don't count), no world-building in terms of the how the galaxy is now (just another bunch of small towns and wild vistas in the outer rim), etc. Such a waste.
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