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‘They Shall Not Grow Old’ Trailer

From what I heard they had a lip reader to figure out what they were saying in the original footage. They even went as far as to hire voice actors from the same regions that the troops were from.

This might be the most detailed documentary ever made

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It’s been 15 years since The Return of the King was released

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Be great to see these two work together on a project - whether film or tv…

“Why don’t you knock it off with them negative waves? Why don’t you dig how beautiful it is out here?”

“Why don’t you say something righteous and hopeful for a change?” - Oddball, of The Awkward Squad

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Here’s an image that didn’t get into any of the cuts of Blade Runner which features imagery of Mr & Mrs Deckard hanging out on the porch of their house. Wierd eh? It’s about as un Blade-Runnery as you could get.

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oojason said:

Be great to see these two work together on a project - whether film or tv…

A musical adaptation of James Whale’s Frankenstein with Campbell as Henry Frankenstein and Fillion as Fritz.

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I want to see a 007 movie where Elon musk is the villain and Bond has to fight Androids

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Hmmm

If you didn’t know ‘Gavin Rothery’ is the director of Archive (left) and the conceptual designer for Moon (right)

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I’ve enjoyed each and every single one of Michael Bay’s Transformers movies, and no, I don’t mean that as in guilty pleasures, I genuinely like them.

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Does anyone know what year black and white was overtaken by color in Hollywood? I.e., what was the first year there were more color flicks than B&W?

TV’s Frink said:

I would put this in my sig if I weren’t so lazy.

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Fun in Balloon Land is still the absolute worst movie I’ve ever seen (if it even qualifies as a movie) and probably will never be beaten, so it’s probably the worst movie I ever will see.

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Spuffure said:

Fun in Balloon Land is still the absolute worst movie I’ve ever seen (if it even qualifies as a movie) and probably will never be beaten, so it’s probably the worst movie I ever will see.

Oh God! I’ve only seen the Cinema Snob’s review, and even I can tell: That is one movie I don’t want to touch with a stick the size of a football field!

I have altered Lucas’ visions. Pray I don’t alter them any further.

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Eyepainter said:

Spuffure said:

Fun in Balloon Land is still the absolute worst movie I’ve ever seen (if it even qualifies as a movie) and probably will never be beaten, so it’s probably the worst movie I ever will see.

Oh God! I’ve only seen the Cinema Snob’s review, and even I can tell: That is one movie I don’t want to touch with a stick the size of a football field!

On a side note, I’ve watched IHE’s review of Manos: The Hands of Fate, and I can safely say that Manos is the second worst film I’ve ever seen. Still doesn’t beat FIBL, if that even qualifies as a film!

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Spuffure said:

Eyepainter said:

Spuffure said:

Fun in Balloon Land is still the absolute worst movie I’ve ever seen (if it even qualifies as a movie) and probably will never be beaten, so it’s probably the worst movie I ever will see.

Oh God! I’ve only seen the Cinema Snob’s review, and even I can tell: That is one movie I don’t want to touch with a stick the size of a football field!

On a side note, I’ve watched IHE’s review of Manos: The Hands of Fate, and I can safely say that Manos is the second worst film I’ve ever seen. Still doesn’t beat FIBL, if that even qualifies as a film!

I’ve seen MST3K’s infamous episode of Manos, and boy, I felt the same way as Mike and the gang when watching that one!

I have altered Lucas’ visions. Pray I don’t alter them any further.

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The Land Before Time is visually gorgeous but suffers from way too many mean spirited rivalries that detract from the narrative.

I’m just a simple man trying to make my way in the universe.

Star Wars has 3 eras:The eras are 1977-1983(pre Expanded Universe), (1983-2014) expanded universe or (2014- now) Disney bought version. Each are valid.

Important voice tool:
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I’ve been thinking about one aspect of the first Men in Black movie, namely the Arquilian civilization.

In the movie the Arquilians are established as being so advanced that they’ve managed to store the energy of an entire galaxy in a pebble. As an adult I’ve come to realize that a civilization that has advanced such a degree would be facing situations and problems way beyond the capacity or understanding of the MiB.

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I absolutely adore the aesthetic of early '80s movies. I’ll never get enough of that simply gorgeous grain and the lo-fi treblelicious sound that kinda sounds like it’s coming out of a megaphone. If you want an example of what I’m talking about, watch Airplane! ('80) (or at least the trailer) and/or the criminally underrated Modern Problems ('81). Ain’t the lo-fi feel to it just beaut?

P.S. I know the aesthetic is earlier than that, I just chose that era as an overall representative example.