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Christopher George

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Is binge watching the new crack?
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Carlos Ibarra

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An engaging but ultimately pointless story about a guy having a breakdown after his wife dies. There are some really great performances, and that carries the film along nicely, but I don't know what it was trying to say.
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Did not like this movie one bit. It's really bad on many many levels.
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Jason Hong

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Hello everybody, I'm new to this community.
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I remember when I was new. I think it's cool that you posted this.
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Nico Sy (Nic)

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Helder M

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Pablo Villaça reports on the sad status of Brazil's government and its possible effect on a phenomenal new film from director Kleber Mendonça Filho.
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Superman2 2010

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Should the bbfc change?
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Celestial Fury

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I enjoy messing about with soundtracks and trying to get big soundscape-type stuff going. This is a metal cover I did of the Spectre song Writing's on the Wall by Sam Smith!
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Carmen Bubba Brehmer

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Evan Tapper

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Happy Saturday. =) 
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MaxTheKanuck

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Mad Max 2 (Road Warrior) 1981

This is my favorite film ever made. It's the reason why I think George Miller is one of the best directors of all time (his very first film, Mad Max, is legendary among both Car and Film enthusiasts), and why I think Mel Gibson, mental breakdown aside, is one of the best Action actors of all time. Assuming you haven't seen it yet, I'll explain the plot. Max Rockatansky was an MFP (main force patrol) officer living in a dystopian, but somewhat civilized society in Australia. He was the best of the best, he ended any car chase in seconds, and he was a crack shot with his pistolized 12 Gauge double barrel Shotgun. His successful career as a Police Officer ended when a rogue biker gang burned his best friend alive, and killed his Wife and Son. This is where the name "Mad Max" comes from, he takes the badass MFP "Pursuit Special", a heavily modified 1973 Ford Falcon XB GT351, and goes on a killing spree taking out each and every single member of the Gang. This is where Mad Max ends, and Mad Max 2 begins. It takes place a few years after Mad Max, and with the control of the MFP gone, and a possible but still not totally confirmed nuclear war have destroyed all that was left of civilization. What used to be Australia is now a barren wasteland, ruled by gangs of raiders on all manner of improvised vehicles. Max lives his life running and trying to survive on what little there is left, not to mention also having his Dog named "Dog" to feed, and a 600 Horsepower Supercharged Falcon to fuel. The film begins on, as you'd probably expect, a Car chase, and my God is it fucking cool. It's relatively short, but it sucks you straight into the atmosphere of the film almost immediately. Max out drives the Raiders chasing him, and they all crash and presumably die. As He's driving down a deserted road, Max happens to notice a strange flying machine parked on the ground. He approaches it, and we find out that it belongs to "The Gyro Captain" (played by Bruce Spence). The Gyro Captain, with a rusty kitchen knife to his throat, tells Max of a fuel refinery being run by a group of survivors. Max, though skeptical, takes the Gyro Captain along to see if this fuel refinery actually exists, and as it turns out, it does. The only problem is, a group of about 100 clinically insane raiders lead by the disfigured but incredibly ripped "Lord Humongous" are at every waking moment attacking the perimeter of the Refinery attempting to get in and take the precious gasoline for themselves. And that's as much as I'm going to say, if this sounds interesting to you and you haven't already seen this Film, I sincerely urge you to watch it. Mad Max 2 checks off pretty much every box you could ask for in an Action Movie. Great acting, great writing, great stunts, great cinematography, great characters, and a simple, well developed, and completely coherent storyline, and it basically invented the post apocalyptic genre as we know it today. George Miller is, seriously, an absolutely amazing director, and the contributions He's made to the Action genre in His lifetime are unquestionably legendary.
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martin birch

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Check out this awesome Back to the Future WIP animation from my new upcoming project...(Back in Time)..!!!!
#backtothefuture #bttf #delorean #animation #cinema4d
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Nice job.
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Sonia Cerca

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Genre Animation | Comedy | Romance Director Kelly Asbury Country UK | USA Voice Cast James McAvoy, Emily Blunt, Michael Caine, Maggie Smith, Jason Statham, Ashley Jensen, Matt Lucas, Stephen Merchant, Patrick Ste...
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Glynner Me

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The Name of the Rose (1986)
Der Name Der Rose

The adaptation of Umberto Eco's novel is a very dark medieval whodunit, with Sean Connery on fine form as Brother William of Baskerville, the Franciscan friar investigating murderous events at a Benedictine monastery.

It wasn't well received in the US but was a hit outside of it, and if you like a mystery with a complex plot and a (very) dark ages twist, you might like it.
Expect burnings at the stake and people drowned in vats of pig's blood, that kind of thing...

It also stars F. Murray Abraham of Amadeus fame, an extremely young Christian Slater getting his kit off, and a scene-stealing Ron Pearlman as a simple-minded hunchback.

🎥 The Name of the Rose trailer
https://youtu.be/7-yYJgpQ-CE

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Kalani Coolidge

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Am I the only one who thinks Bruce Willis is one of the best actors
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I think he's awesome, too.
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Royal Nolly Tv

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She is Godly,and been raised by a single parent her mum,she decided to go back home, on getting there she discovered that the are living in the dark and have a strange god they sever,but she came with her own way which became a problem and the king is not going to have any of that,but there was a twist find out what that is.
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kakashi101able

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Which is the better "Alien Invasion" movie!???
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War Of The World's (1953)
11%
Independence Day (1996)
57%
The Day The Earth Stood Still (1951)
7%
Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (1978)
12%
Mars Attacks (1996)
12%
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+Joe Campbell
It is a great movie! But I guess some people won't vote for it because it is not a ''Kill all Human'' type of alien invasion.
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Juan Lael

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Is that...... is that the Grinch?
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Garet McKenna

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What is your favorite Stanley Kubrick movie of the 1970's?

This will be a series of polls from the 50s to the 90s and then an overall poll to decide which is the best of Stanley Kubrick's movies.
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87%
13%
A Clockwork Orange (1971)
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Barry Lyndon (1975)
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Neither of these.'Orange' was too graphic,too brutal,and too hard core for me,and 'Lyndon' was just boring!
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Cinetomia

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