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OFFICIAL: Steven Spielberg is remaking "West Side Story"
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This sounds awesome! Elvira should be Anne Hathaway or Claire FoyDaKardii
Release has been pushed back from May to September, likely due to coronavirus concerns. https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/BLITHE-SPIRIT-Film-Starring-Judi-Dench-Pushes-Back-Release-Date-to-September-4-20200317
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2020 Razzies: Predictions
Lol when I saw those review scores after getting my tickets, I was like well I guess I'll not be disGuest 2018
Yeah.... *rolleyes at myself* Can't they just do it online or something tomorrow? No crowd, just pick the winners and move on?
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Charlie Sheen and Corey Haim
M: The Original
I suspected this a while back.vinny
[quote quote=1203378288]This was mentioned a few years ago. Sheen even sued the National Enquirer over it. Explains why I had no clue. I ignore that magazine.
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Ranking the films that were nominated in ALL of the major categories.
1. Sunset Boulevard 2. Network 3. Johnny Belinda 4. From Here To Eternity 5. A Streetcar Named DesirDaKardii
Gone With The Wind was so close… 1. Network 2. From Here To Eternity 3. Sunset Boulevard 4. Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 5. A Streetcar Named Desire 6. American Hustle 7. Bonnie and Clyde 8. Guess Who’s Coming to Dinn
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The Muppet Man- The Jim Henson biopic we never got
I think Emile Hirsch and Ben Schwartz can played young and old Frank Oz in the movie with Jim HensonTyler Jewell
I think Emile Hirsch and Ben Schwartz can played young and old Frank Oz in the movie with Jim Henson biopic. 🙂
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Gone With The Wind: 80 Years Later
Today is the eightieth anniversary of the release of Gone With The Wind. HoMMartin
I think nobody can deny the quality on filmmaking on display in Gone with the Wind. I think The Wizard of Oz holds up better today as the great work of art, and would have preferred it as the Best Picture that year. I also think Mr. Smith Goes to Wa
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Sonic the Hedgehog: The Movie
Just some suggestions if they have Tails and some others in the movie: Tails: Nolan Gould Doctor Egteri
I missed this thread. Marsden is an underrated actor and I loved Fowler' s WTWTA. Despite his (Carrey) seeming persona that has little to do for me with his comic timing and manic genius. I'd give it a look-see if they're able to fix the problems.
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James Dean is back from the dead! (FINDING JACK THREAD)
I’m not sure what to think of this. It’s certainly very interesting. Whether you think this is aBrayden Fitzsimmons
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1937: Why wasn't Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs nominated for Best Picture?`
From what I've gleaned it was felt at the time that NO one would want to sit through a feature-lengtEddy Q
Personally disagree their, I just watched Dumbo again before watching the Tim Burton version and thought it was just fine. Feels somewhat rushed at only 60 minutes, and the songs aren’t incredible. I would nominate Bambi in
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First comment: Right now, it looks like this film is destined to sweep the Razzies. Both the GenieShow Me The Receipts!
Aladdin was an utter disappointment. Guy Ritchie was a terrible choice to direct a musical. He confused Middle Eastern culture with Bollywood. Will Smith is cringe-worthy. He tried to capture the essence of Robin Williams and failed miserably.
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Elisabeth Moss: Future Oscar Nominee??
Yes yes and umm yesEsOS
She is one of the best actresses working today and has already given 2 nomination-worthy performances this year alone (they'll both be overlooked but, still). It's safe to say it's a matter of time before she gets that oscar.
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Best/Worst decades in Hollywood history
Worst: 40s I would attribute World War 2 to this, in combination with the strict Hayes Code. ThereBoidiva02
Best: 1970's, 1980's Worst: 1960's and 2010's.
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1939: The Best Year in Film History?
I´ve only seen three films from that year lol.One of them is the best film of all time, Gone With TLA guy
1939 probably, but 1962 is a very close second with these classics: 1) Lawrence of Arabia 2) To Kill A Mockingbird 3) The Manchurian Candidate 4) The Longest Day 5) What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? 6) The Miracle Worker
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Harmony Korine's latest film is: 'The Beach Bum!'
This might be a disaster, but in any case it'll be memorable. Always excited for a Korine film!DaKardii
So... let's see what's changed since its opening weekend. ROTTEN TOMATOES SCORES All Critics: 51% Top Critics: 60% Amateur Critics: 47% All Audiences: 34% COMPARED TO SPRING BREAKERS All Critics: 66% Top Critics: 65% Amateur Critics:
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