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Basically, title.

Fee free to share any idea you might have!

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Rotten Tomatoes: 82% tomatometer, 43$% audience score

Metacritic: 71

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Rotten Tomatoes: 66% tomatometer / 97% audience score

Metacritic: 55

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  • Rotten Tomatoes: 97
  • Metacritic: 83
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His celebrated career also included turns in 'The Dirty Dozen,' 'Klute,' 'Don't Look Now,' 'Animal House' and 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers.'

Fuck. R.I.P. Donald.

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cross-posted from: https://sh.itjust.works/post/21123242

Thanks. it's fine if nobody knows the answer to this or has not seen the movie, it's not a very good movie.

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Having only just seen the original trilogy this year, I'm treating film four as a direct sequel to the original.

The first is a classic but films two and three play up the humour to the point of ridiculousness. Part three is just cheap and terrible overall.

The trailers for BHC4 are pretty good so I'm remaining optimistic.

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Sometimes conventional wisdom is true: there has been no greater original screenplay in the last 50 years than the one Robert Towne wrote for Chinatown. None more elegantly plotted and politically charged, none more literate and historically evocative, none more pungent in its hard-bitten dialogue and sophisticated in its play on noir archetypes. It’s never easy for a writer to get credit over a director – especially a director as skilled as Roman Polanski at peak form – but Towne’s voice reverberates strongly through a film that perfectly intersects Old Hollywood glamor with New Hollywood revisionism. It’s one of the decade’s true benchmarks.

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Deadpool & Wolverine is projected to be a box office behemoth and its odds of hitting $1 billion are even better after a recent update. Marvel is currently going through a rough patch compared to its Infinity Saga days, and some claim that its issues stem from superhero fatigue. However, that's harder to defend after seeing the hype that Deadpool & Wolverine is generating. The first trailer broke the record for the most views for a movie trailer within 24 hours with 365 total million views, beating the record previously held by Spider-Man: No Way Home.

The upcoming MCU film also broke the record for best first-day ticket sales this year, showing plenty of excitement ahead of this film's release. Thanks to early ticket sales, Deadpool & Wolverine is tracking to earn $200-$239 million domestically in its opening weekend, according to Deadline. If the movie hits that projection, it will likely crack the $1 billion worldwide milestone, becoming the first Deadpool film to achieve that goal. A recent announcement regarding its global release suggests Deadpool's $1 billion odds look better than ever.

Deadpool & Wolverine Is The First Deadpool Film To Get A Release In China

China is the second-largest theatrical film market behind the U.S. Many films, especially blockbusters, rely on that market to get that extra boost from the international box office. Deadpool & Wolverine can now look forward to putting some extra money in its pocket, as it's the first Deadpool film to get a release in China. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film will be released simultaneously with the U.S. While there will be some minor cuts, none will affect the "the integrity of the storytelling" or the "Deadpool spirit."

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Andy Serkis says Peter Jackson is still determined to make The Adventures of Tintin 2 after years of the project being in limbo.

I'll admit that something didn't click the first time I watched the film, but I purchased it dirt cheap last year on Blu-ray and it really is a fantastic adventure film. Some of the animated set pieces, like the tank/motorbike chase are really remarkable. Here's hoping it becomes a reality.

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Back in November 2023, star Cailee Spaeny revealed that the new movie takes place between Alien and Aliens. She wasn't wrong, but director and co-writer Fede Álvarez has clarified exactly when Alien: Romulus is set.

"It was mostly something that made sense for a premise, that it needed to take place a few years after the first one. I don't know why I keep hearing that, maybe because I said it, that it takes place between 1 and 2," he said at an exclusive preview event on Monday (June 17) which Digital Spy attended.

"It's true, but I see it more as it takes place after 1, which means the same... It's kind of the child of both movies combined visually, aesthetically and story-wise."

Álvarez added that the movie takes place roughly 20 years after Alien, which would be roughly 37 years before Ripley is rescued from her escape shuttle at the start of Aliens.

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"There's a date, actually. When you watch the movie, pay attention, there's a screen that pops up, there's a date and a year. That's the only chance you have. If you miss that screen in the beginning, you miss what year it is," Álvarez revealed.

"It makes sense for the story and it was my way to make sure the technology could have the style of Alien and there would be newer technology that you could see how that will eventually, in a few years, become the technology of Aliens."

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