If it’s a fake it’s an extremely convincing fake.
I fully understand, Jason. Feel free to delete this thread if you wish.
Thank you, SilverWook.
I’m pretty sure this violates the use agreement for digital codes packaged with blu-rays and should therefor probably be kept off this site given its mission and the fan edits etc.
No. The slip states that sale or resale of the code is prohibited. Nowhere is it stated that the trade or private exchange of the code is illegal. If I am wrong, then please provide a citation and the thread can be removed.
Not sure if this is the right place to post this thread (mods, feel free to move it if it’s not), but as per title, I have a 4K digital copy for “Into the Spider-Verse” that I am willing to trade, preferably for another 4K code. Shoot me a PM if you have an offer!
The audience score system on that site is broken.
I also think veering off too much and you have a SW indie film that a lot fewer people will want to see.
But would probably be infinitely more interesting. I’m probably in the minority here, but I would love to see a Star Wars story done on a smaller scale. You don’t need $200 million to make a good Star Wars movie.
I’d like to see more stories on a smaller scale - a short series of one-off specials - maybe the coming Disney+ service will make this more of a possibility…
(and it’s not like Disney or Lucasfilm are amatuers at maximising revenues (blu ray sales, tv rights, toys, books & comics, merchandise etc - and of course… ‘growing the brand’ 😉)
Well it just got announced today that an Obi-Wan series is coming to Disney+.
I honestly don’t have a problem with the title for any Star Wars movie.
After months of waiting and several delays, I finally received the 4K Blu-ray of 2001: A Space Odyssey. The set and transfer are absolutely beautiful. Highly recommend for fans of the film and movie lovers in general.
Star Wars: Alec Guinness
The Empire Strikes Back: Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher
Return of the Jedi: Mark Hamill
The Force Awakens: Harrison Ford and Daisy Ridley
Rogue One: Ben Mendelsohn
The Last Jedi: Mark Hamill and Adam Driver
Solo: Alden Ehrenreich
Exactly. And it’s situational humor. He wasn’t cracking a joke for the sake of it, he was trying to buy time for his X-wing. It’s something that’s in line with what his character would do.
Near perfect film.
I myself enjoy ROTJ a good deal, but man, does that movie misuse its characters. What happened to Han and Leia? So engaging and charismatic in ESB, and they’re so dull in this.
Han has gone from a scoundrel to an insecure shlub, and Leia, who used to be sassy and outspoken, doesn’t really have any character here at all.
Taking a break from this site. Too much hostility around here.
Not sure if this is the right thread for this question, but does anyone know if the Warner Premium Collection Blu-rays available over at HMV are region free? I’ve been eyeing a few of their releases for a while now, but I’m not sure if they’ll play on my US player.
along with your
The scene in Blade Runner where Deckard forces Rachael to make out with him. It’s problematic and deeply uncomfortable to sit through.
The Shining (1980)
What better way of starting the month of October than by revisiting one of my all-time favorite films. A masterpiece of atmosphere and tension, with excellent performances all around, particularly Nicholson’s, and a chilling, memorable score. My second favorite Kubrick, after 2001.
***** out of *****
Technically, no, though one could argue the Rebel fanfare has become a musical motif for the Falcon.
To be fair, almost the entire musical cue that accompanies that scene in Solo is a rehash of previously existing material.
I don’t mind it much, because (1) Powell’s complete score has more than enough new themes/motifs to compensate, and (2) the music fits the scene well.
Haha, that’s awesome!
said Wuher as
Fantastic Mr. Fox
Really lovely piece of work. Might be Anderson’s most well rounded piece of work.
with his friend
The Honest Trailer pretty much sums up my thoughts on the movie. Not bad, but very bland and forgettable.
The Matrix (1999)
A slick, smart thriller that stands among the best sci-fi films of all time. It hold up well after nearly 20 years. A lot of fun!
***** out of *****