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Old 02-17-2016, 10:25 PM   #1
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Last years thread was amazing. Looking like there are going to be some great movies this year.

Just a short list of some that I'm looking forward to. Obviously there are some I could care less to see. I mean, how many times can they shove Avengers, Iron Man and Captain America down our throats, LMAO. Glad to see Matt Damon back in there. I was hoping for Stepbrothers 2 but Zoolander 2 should suffice. That Viking trailer looks insanely good.

Zoolander 2
Viking
Jason Bourne
Star Trek: Beyond
Risen
The Jungle Book
Free State Of Jones
Underworld 5













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Old 02-17-2016, 10:28 PM   #2
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[QUOTE=ZONA;4626330]Last years thread was amazing. Looking like there are going to be some great movies this year.

Just a short list of some that I'm looking forward to. Obviously there are some I could care less to see. I mean, how many times can they shove Avengers, Iron Man and Captain America down our throats, LMAO. Glad to see Matt Damon back in there. I was hoping for Stepbrothers 2 but Zoolander 2 should suffice. That Viking trailer looks insanely good.

Zoolander 2
Viking
Jason Bourne
Star Trek: Beyond
Risen
The Jungle Book
Free State Of Jones
Underworld 5

And then you list Underworld 5 Kind of funny if you axe me.
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Im looking forward to this Witch movie. I know it was technically a festival movie last year, but being released this year.
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Old 02-17-2016, 10:41 PM   #4
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Excited as hell about Underworld 5. Kate Beckinsale in leather is always a plus.
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Old 02-18-2016, 05:25 AM   #5
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I like how inn one post someone can damn the comic book sequels....and in turn be super excited by a bunch of sequels. (Zoolander, Star Trek, Underworld, Neighbors, Bourne)
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lol @ 2k right?!!

I am excited for Captain America, and also for the new Star Wars movie as well.
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Saw Bridge of Spies the other night. Very good movie. Tom Hanks does his usual great job.

Saw Hail, Caesar a few nights before that. I'm the biggest Coen Bros. fan in the world but that movie was impenetrable, not funny, and completely flat in its effect. There were some entertaining performances, but that script was a disjointed nightmare. At the end of it I didn't have a clue why the movie was made, what the story was, or even what the arc of the protagonist was, which seemed to be a flat line from beginning to end. George Clooney does a lot of mugging, but for what reason? There's a long speech about communism which just about put the audience to sleep and then a ridiculous scene where a Soviet sub picks up a gay dancer? WTF? If you're as absolutely fascinated about this period in Hollywood as the Coen Bros. obviously are, perhaps you'll enjoy this 'picture.' If you're looking for more from a CB film, you'll be disappointed. It's an empty headed romp, with little underlying logic or reason for being.

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Excited as hell about Underworld 5. Kate Beckinsale in leather is always a plus.
Me and my peen always have a nice father son movie night with underworld movies.
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Old 02-18-2016, 06:38 AM   #11
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Saw Deadpool

It is a good action movie that is also quite funny

Did not see Zoolander 2, but the reviews are that it is terrible
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Zoolander 2 was bad. There are a couple of funny moments but all in all it wasn't worth the time. The car roll made me laugh out loud and that was it.
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Saw Bridge of Spies the other night. Very good movie. Tom Hanks does his usual great job.

Saw Hail, Caesar a few nights before that. I'm the biggest Coen Bros. fan in the world but that movie was impenetrable, not funny, and completely flat in its effect. There were some entertaining performances, but that script was a disjointed nightmare. At the end of it I didn't have a clue why the movie was made, what the story was, or even what the arc of the protagonist was, which seemed to be a flat line from beginning to end. George Clooney does a lot of mugging, but for what reason? There's a long speech about communism which just about put the audience to sleep and then a ridiculous scene where a Soviet sub picks up a gay dancer? WTF? If you're as absolutely fascinated about this period in Hollywood as the Coen Bros. obviously are, perhaps you'll enjoy this 'picture.' If you're looking for more from a CB film, you'll be disappointed. It's an empty headed romp, with little underlying logic or reason for being.
Kinda figured as much. I love the coen bros but they sure have had some stinkers
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Saw Bridge of Spies the other night. Very good movie. Tom Hanks does his usual great job.

Saw Hail, Caesar a few nights before that. I'm the biggest Coen Bros. fan in the world but that movie was impenetrable, not funny, and completely flat in its effect. There were some entertaining performances, but that script was a disjointed nightmare. At the end of it I didn't have a clue why the movie was made, what the story was, or even what the arc of the protagonist was, which seemed to be a flat line from beginning to end. George Clooney does a lot of mugging, but for what reason? There's a long speech about communism which just about put the audience to sleep and then a ridiculous scene where a Soviet sub picks up a gay dancer? WTF? If you're as absolutely fascinated about this period in Hollywood as the Coen Bros. obviously are, perhaps you'll enjoy this 'picture.' If you're looking for more from a CB film, you'll be disappointed. It's an empty headed romp, with little underlying logic or reason for being.
How do you feel about "A serious Man," and "Burn After Reading." I just want to get a feel for your Coen Brothers tastes.
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How do you feel about "A serious Man," and "Burn After Reading." I just want to get a feel for your Coen Brothers tastes.
I personally loved A Serious Man. I think being jewish helped with that though.
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I personally loved A Serious Man. I think being jewish helped with that though.
I've heard that might help....I couldn't stand that movie
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Saw Deadpool

It is a good action movie that is also quite funny

Did not see Zoolander 2, but the reviews are that it is terrible
Man that sucks. I was hoping it would be awesome. I guess it is very hard for a comedy sequel to be great. Dumb & Dumber 2 was absolutely a disgrace compared to the first movie.

This Is 40 was somewhat of a sequel to Knocked Up and both were very funny, but I like how Apatow focused more on the sister and her family in This is 40 instead of just going back to Ben and Alison. Maybe that's why it worked out better. It almost felt like a completely new movie even though many of the original cast were in it playing their same characters from Knocked Up.

I also could have swore that last year I saw something that mentioned an Avatar sequel was coming out this year. Guess it's not. Or maybe it's set for 2017.
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How do you feel about "A serious Man," and "Burn After Reading." I just want to get a feel for your Coen Brothers tastes.
Brad Pitt hiding in the closet was hilarious.
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Glad Zoolander 2 flopped.

A terrible decision from Paramount to even green-light it.

While Deadpool is killing it at the Boxoffice.

Finally, a hit for Reynolds.
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I saw 'the witch' last night and I enjoyed it. The acting is very good. Its not like most horror movies, has a slowly developing story.
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Oscars night.....Alicia Vikander is a treasure.
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Zoolander 2 sucked. Had one part I laughed at for more than half a second. Loved the first one.
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Watching the Oscars..
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