Some of those falls were nuts! Also what’s going on with the water coming through the bus’s windshield?
We’re getting more totally excellent details on a potential third Bill & Ted movie, Bill & Ted Face the Music.
I’m still amazed how people spot these.
Not a very big tent…
How can we understand Fifty Shades Freed, the final installment of the Fifty Shades Trilogy? The usual method would be for me to rehash leading parts of the plot, rate actor performances, reference the director, and then offer some sort of comparative survey with other movies.
Disney has seen enormous success in its live-action adaptations of classic animated film, with the recent Beauty and the Beast becoming the second-highest grossing of 2017.
Nice pickup. I worked with a chef once who said “any decent chef worth their salt has a burn mark on their forearm”.
If you regularly watch television and don’t fast forward over the movie commercials, there’s a word you probably see used over and over and over by “The critics,” and that word is “Masterpiece.” It’s one thing when the word is being used to describe prestige films that might be up for awards like Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk or Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water, but now every “Star Wars” movie is a “Masterpiece.” Every superhero movie? “Masterpiece!” Heck, even dumb comedies have been called “Masterpieces.” What gives?
The real Jason Bourne is holding the camera.
Man, did I see that “It’s alright” coming from a mile away.
Can Ratajkowski even act? I thought she was really only famous for not caring who sees her naked.
By Joe Skrebels “K, being a Blade Runner, the only time he has been touched, it’s with violence,” explains Blade Runner 2049 director Denis Villeneuve, gesturing with an energy not matched by his soft Quebecois drawl.
Good detail, terrible adaptation.
Roger Deakins has been named the best cinematographer of 2017 for his work on “Blade Runner 2049,” the American Society of Cinematographers announced at the ASC Awards on Saturday night.
Alaska and Cuba are gone too.
Paramount Pictures is going to walk away empty-handed at this year’s Oscars.
This is such a cool scene, I’m so glad they did it all with physical props. Makes my hair stand on end every time.
So, I guess this can be considered a sequel to Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close?
From Fargo, to Cargo.