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10 hours ago

A New Way To Watch Star Wars

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| By youngd - 10 hours ago

Came across a site called ifdb its basically a boxden for people who like to re edit popular movies. Most of the fanedits are the starwars movies. So this past weekend I planned to binge the entire series but watching the fan edits instead.

Here is my new way to watch Star Wars

1. Star Wars: Neon Noir

Episode I II and III condensed into a single 1 hour and 40 min movie that focuses on anakin and obi wan. The edits change the story a bit and the soundtrack has been changed completely to give it an 80s feel. The movie is great its way more serious tone and emotion driven and the music reminds me of stranger things.


2. Star Wars Revisited by Adywan
No YT link I found it on thepiratebay vid below shows the differences

This one is an edit of Episode 4 its probably one of the most professional edits i have found. It was edited to fix colors take away unnecessary parts its just like you remember it but slighty better.


3. Pulp Empire

This one is my favorite. Its basically Episode 5 if it were directed by Quintin Tarantino. The soundtrack has been completely changed and scenes have been reordered to make it like pulp fiction and kill bill its done really well and i hope it inspires people to make other movies like it


4. ????
I haven't found a good episode 6 replacement yet im looking for one that has a theme and heavy editing like Neon Noir and Pulp empire so if anyone finds one let me know


Most of the star wars fanedits can be found on youtube its the only franchise that doesnt care about people re-editing their movies. You can go to the ifdb page for more info here.

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Article inside X-MEN Movies And TV Shows Won't Be Tied Together; Sentinels Confirmed

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Legion producer Lauren Shuler Donner sheds some light on how the big and small screen X-Men Universes will stand apart, while confirming that a new version of the Sentinels are coming to live-action!

GN recently sat down with Lauren Shuler Donner for a lengthy chat about Legion, and she confirmed in the interview that the upcoming FX series will not take place in the same world as the X-Men movies. There's been a lot of confusion about whether or not that would be the case, but it was also thought that they probably were linked, albeit with Legion standing apart from the big screen stories.

Despite saying that the show will "touch on" David Haller's father (Professor Charles Xavier in the comic books), she added: "[We're] making it separate. We're our own world." Pushed for details on what that is when it was recently confirmed that Matt Nix's upcoming family drama is going to be set in the film universe, Donner dropped some intriguing details about what we should expect from that.

"Matt's is much more a part of just the world in terms of there are mutants, mutants are hated and there are Sentinels -- though very different from what we've seen before. You feel like you're here in the X-Men world. With Legion, we're our own universe. It gives Noah the freedom to do what he wants to do. Because we play with so many different timelines, and we rebooted and not really rebooted and all that, we felt like, OK, we're going to throw it out there and hope the fans accept it."

A new, present day version of the Sentinels should be pretty fun to see, though on a TV budget, it would suck if they're basically just robots disguised as humans or something similar! Time will tell, but Donner went on to explain how the movie and TV worlds will ultimately end up tying together.

"The cinematic universe will not worry about Legion. They will not worry about these TV worlds as all. They will just continue in the way that they have been continuing, and there is some great stuff that we are developing. I can just say it's going to be new and different, and yet Legion and our other show, we're not going to get in each other's way." So, no high profile X-Men cameos? "It depends. The feature side comes first, unfortunately, because it's established. They're our characters, so they come first, and as we decide feature world where we're going, there are certain characters we know we won't get into or if we do get into, it's OK to have them have an appearance." What do you think?

 
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AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR Will Apparently Take Us To "Many New Worlds" In The MCU

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| By bigscore - 10 hours ago

Avengers: Infinity War's production designer has shed some light on the highly anticipated 2018 release, and it sounds like it will take both us and Earth's Mightiest Heroes to some unexpected places.

Shooting is said to have already started on Avengers: Infinity War, and when ComicBook.com had the opportunity to catch up with Production Designer Charles Wood, they asked him about what we should expect from the movie. Needless to say, it sounds like it's going to even bigger than we all imagined!



"Any time you turn that page on this script, you're kind of staggered, blown away, terrified by what's in front of you," Wood said in regards to seeing the sort of environments he and his team are tasked with making a reality on the big screen. "I think rather like Doctor Strange, youÂ’ll find this film, itÂ’s not regurgatative, yeah? What IÂ’m trying to say, is, there are many, many, many new worlds to see in this film." Does that confirm theories we'll see Earth's Mightiest Heroes pay a visit to outer space?

While Thanos arriving on Earth seems likely, it would be surprising if a big chunk of the action isn't set on different planets and possibly even one of the Mad Titan's making just like in The Infinity Gauntlet.

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Article inside Tom Hardy Wants To Make The Next James Bond Film With Christopher Nolan

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| By Steven - 10 hours ago


With the next film in the James Bond franchise set to be the 25th outing, thereÂ’s a certain pressure on the producers to deliver an unforgettable adventure. The series has had its ups and downs over the years, to be sure, but for such a milestone like this one, they really need to hit it out of the park. Unfortunately for them, however, everything seems to be very much up in the air at the moment.

Daniel Craig hasnÂ’t officially departed the franchise, but heÂ’s also not terribly keen on returning. Sam Mendes, meanwhile, has also said that he probably wonÂ’t be coming back for more. As such, the rumor mill has been piping hot with names who could possibly replace those two and one actor who keeps popping up again and again to step in for Craig is Tom Hardy. Alongside Idris Elba and Tom Hiddleston, heÂ’s perhaps one of the most wanted choices by fans, and itÂ’s easy to see why.

Dashing, charismatic and talented beyond measure, heÂ’s one of the greatest actors of his generation and would fit the part of James Bond like a glove. We imagine that heÂ’s probably had conversations with the studio already but at this point, neither party has confirmed anything.

The Daily Beast recently sat down with Hardy to discuss his new show Taboo and asked him about his thoughts on playing Bond. While he refused to comment on it directly, which is no surprise, he did mention that heÂ’d love to see Christopher Nolan direct.

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“You know, there’s a saying amongst us in the fraternity of acting, and in the fellowship of my peer group, that if you talk about it you’re automatically out of the race. So I can’t possibly comment on that one! If I mention it, it’s gone. But Chris Nolan, what a fantastic director for a Bond movie. Because Daniel (Craig) is so good, and what (Sam) Mendes and Barbara (Broccoli) have done has been so impressive, that it would be a very hard re-imagination to follow after. I wonder what the next installment of that franchise would become, and I think when you mention someone like Christopher Nolan, that’s a very powerful figure to bring into that world who could bring something new and create something profound…again.”
Like Hardy, Nolan is another name that has been tossed around a lot in regards to the James Bond franchise. With Mendes seemingly out the door already, the studio will definitely need some new blood to helm and they need not look any further than Christopher Nolan for the job – should he be interested, that is. As for Hardy, well, Craig may still return so we’re not sure if a replacement will be needed, but we still can’t help but to be giddy with excitement over the prospect.

Nolan and Hardy have worked together several times now and the results are always electrifying. Next up for the duo is Dunkirk, which promises to be one of the summerÂ’s biggest films. To have them team-up once again for a James Bond movie would be a dream come true for many and might just be the shot in the arm that the franchise so desperately needs right now.

The last entry, Spectre, was far from the worst outing for 007 that weÂ’ve seen, but it underwhelmed on almost every count and with both Craig and Mendes clearly not too eager to make more James Bond films, it really wouldnÂ’t be a bad idea to get some new talent both in front of and behind the camera. Like we said, the 25th entry is a pretty big deal and the studio needs a home run. There are few individuals in Hollywood could guarantee that, but Christopher Nolan and Tom Hardy are certainly two of them.

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Article inside Charlie Sheen Apologizes to Rihanna After Calling Her ‘That B—-‘

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New year, new Charlie Sheen?

The actor and Rihanna haven’t been the best of friends for the past three years, but the “Two and a Half Men” star turned a new leaf when he took to Twitter on Tuesday to publicly apologize for their feud.

“Dear Rihanna, pardon my inane self indulgence,” Sheen started his message. “Let’s have a drink someday (on me).” The 51-year-old even added a heart emoji to the end of his note.


Sheen and Bad Gal Riri had a Twitter spat back in 2014 that the former seemingly reignited after calling the 28-year-old that “b—-” on Andy Cohen’s “Watch What Happens Live” last week.


Cohen asked the actor if he had ever mended things with Rihanna to which he responded “Oh, that b—-, ummm.”

In 2014, Sheen and his then-fiancee ran into Rihanna at the Giorgio Baldi restaurant in Santa Monica, where the actor attempted to introduce his significant other to the singer because she was a big fan. According to Sheen, his request was denied, which caused him to take to Twitter and unload on the “Work” singer.

“Sorry we’re not KOOL enough to warrant a blessing from the Princess (or in this case the Village idiot),” wrote Sheen to his account. “See ya on the way down, (we always do) and actually, it was a pleasure NOT meeting you. Clearly we have NOTHING in common when it comes to respect for those who’ve gone before you.”

Rihanna, of course, didnÂ’t let that go easily.

“If that old queen don’t get ha diapers out of a bunch…” the artist responded.

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Article inside Ben Affleck Is Tired Of Being Asked About "The Batman"

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| By KREW - 10 hours ago

The upcoming Batman movie has lots of time to marinate over at Warner Brothers, but Ben Affleck can't escape it. Recently, the acclaimed actor and director has been inundated with questions about his solo Batman movie, and it looks like Affleck has had enough. In a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight Canada, Affleck was asked about the flood of comic book questions, and the actor was not afraid to share his true feelings.


“Oh my god, it’s such a pain in the ass,” he said. “It’s like every time I mention Batman, it gets this huge clickbait. When I was doing this movie, it took me two years to get it together, but nobody ever asked me, ‘Where’s “Live By Night?"’ You know? They ask me ‘Batman, Batman, Batman.’”

Affleck continued, saying, “Batman’s coming along; It’s going to be great. We’re going to make something really special. We’re going to take the time to make it right. We’re going to do it good.”

In the past month, Affleck has bee promoting his latest film Live By Night. The actor has spoken with sites like IGN and others where Affleck has referenced the movieÂ’s progress. While the actor has firmly stated heÂ’s wanting to take his time with the movie, Affleck admits heÂ’s excited to see all the great things happening with Batman behind-the-scenes.

“There’s great stuff in it now,” he told IGN. “It just needs to get better and better.”

The next time fans see Affleck don the Gotham KnightÂ’s cowl, it will be in Justice League. The iconic DC Comics character will team up with Wonder Woman, Cyborg, and The Flash for the film as they take on one of EarthÂ’s most dangerous threats.

In Justice League, fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes—Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash—it may already be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.

 
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14 hours ago

‘White Men Can’t Jump’ Remake in the Works from ‘Black-ish’ Creator Kenya Barris

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| By Ms Ambitious - 14 hours ago

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Since Hollywood is remaking and rebooting everything else that hit the big screen in the 1980s and 1990s, it was only a matter of time before they started digging deeper into sports territory.

White Men CanÂ’t Jump is one of the best comedies to come out of the 1990s. Written and directed by Ron Shelton (Bull Durham), the film follows Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes as two hustling street basketball players who are either trying to swindle each other out of money on the court, or working together to swindle other players out of theirs. Now the 1992 film is getting a remake from Black-ish creator Kenya Barris, and he has a couple of professional athletes helping to make it happen.

The Hollywood Reporter reveals that Kenya Barris will write the script for the White Men CanÂ’t Jump remake (which heÂ’ll also produce) as part of an overall film deal that he struck with 20th Century Fox. But he wonÂ’t be the only one working behind the scenes to make it happen.

The White Men CanÂ’t Jump remake will have some professional athlete influence as the project will also be produced by Los Angeles Clippers player Blake Griffin and North Carolina Panthers football player Ryan Kalil. The two athletes formed a production company called Mortal Media, which is the same company behind The Rocketeer sequel that will have a black female pilot at the center of the story instead.

For those who maybe missed White Men Can’t Jump (which will celebrate its 25th anniversary this year), it’s a sharp sports comedy featuring some impressive street ball, not to mention a hilarious array of trash talking. In addition, it also features one of Rosie Perez‘s best performances as Woody Harrelson’s girlfriend, who aspires to be on Jeopardy, studying obscure subjects like foods that start with the letter “Q” and whatnot.

As someone who loves the original movie, IÂ’m a little hesitant to be excited about a White Man CanÂ’t Jump remake. No one has been clamoring for a remake, and the original is kind of perfect the way it is. Honestly, it all hinges on who they cast in the lead roles. I could see Channing Tatum or Ryan Gosling working pretty well in Woody HarrelsonÂ’s role, and I would love to see either of them paired with someone like Jerrod Carmichael or Popstar scene-stealer Chris Redd taking over for Wesley Snipes. The most important thing is ensuring that the two have chemistry, both as teammates and adversaries.

This isnÂ’t the only remake that Kenya Barris is working on since heÂ’s also involved with yet another remake of Shaft. Hopefully the White Men CanÂ’t Jump remake is more of a priority since that sounds far more interesting.
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Black Panther has started filming, by the way.

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From visit this link MCUExchange

While cameras were expected to officially roll on Marvel StudiosÂ’ Black Panther today, it seems that Ryan Coogler and company kicked things off a little earlier than expected, as this series of tweets from @AtlantaFilming details:





While not revealing in any way, the tweets do come from a reliable source who is sure to be on top of things as filming takes place in the Atlanta area. One thing heÂ’s certainly likely to keep an eye on will be the use of a vintage 1990Â’s transit bus. The bus will be part of flashbacks to TÂ’ChallaÂ’s time being educated in the United States as a student at St. MaryÂ’s College High School in Berkeley, California.


Fans of the comics will know that following the death of his father, TÂ’Chaka, at the hands of Ulysses Klaw, the teenaged TÂ’Challa studied abroad in both Europe and America, with childhood friend BÂ’Tumba. As part of his rite of passage, TÂ’Challa was to live as an everymanÂ…enter the transit!

These 90Â’s flashbacks give some credence to our visit this link speculation that at least part of the film would take place in the past, setting up the main conflict between TÂ’Challa and Erik Killmonger. While these shots of the young TÂ’Challa in high school will almost certainly not include Killmonger, itÂ’s good to see that we will continue to get some more historical context for the MCU.

With production under way, look for an official release via Marvel.com sometime in the next few weeks. It should include any changes to the title treatment, at least a partial cast list and, potentially, an updated synopsis.

Marvel StudiosÂ’ Black Panther, directed by Ryan Coogler and starring Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Forest Whitaker and a host of other ridiculously talented actors will open February 16, 2018.

 
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Article inside Part of Black Panther to be set in 90's Cali

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Captain America: Civil War established that Black Panther was a stone-cold badass from the nation of Wakanda. But what with all the superhero-on-superhero drama, it didn’t have much time to show us how he came to be the guy he is today. That job will fall on the Black Panther solo film being directed by Ryan Coogler. And one piece of that puzzle, apparently, lies in 1990s California. A new report indicates Black Panther will flash back to T’Challa’s formative years, when he was attending school in America. Learn more about what we can expect below.

East Bay Times reports AC Transit, the public transit system serving the Alameda and Contra Costa counties of the San Francisco Bay Area, has approved the use of a 1990s-era logo for Marvel’s Black Panther. Although the film is being shot in Atlanta, Georgia, the logo will be seen painted on a vintage bus for an establishing shot. Here’s how the publication describes the scene:

In one scene, the film’s protagonist has a flashback to 1990, while he was a student at Saint Mary’s College High School in Berkeley. And of course, he’s a daily AC Transit commuter. Cue the 1990s-era bus for the appropriate establishing shot. (We’ll assume the bus is arriving on time. It is Hollywood, after all.)

In the comics, T’Challa (a.k.a. Black Panther) is educated at the finest schools in Europe and the Americas, eventually obtaining a Ph.D. in Physics from Oxford University. The AC Transit bus alludes to that history — as well as to Coogler’s own origin story, since he is himself a graduate of Saint Mary’s College High School.

How exactly T’Challa’s teen years tie into the rest of the Black Panther plot remains unclear. But I wonder if it could have something to do with N’Jobu (Sterling K. Brown), described as “a figure from T’Challa a.k.a. Black Panther’s past.” Or perhaps the villain, Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) — in the comics, he harbors a grudge against Black Panther because his family was exiled from Wakanda to the U.S. Those are just guesses on my part, though. Feel free to make your own in the comments.

Black Panther opens February 16, 2018
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-It's a scene from him in America during high school

Ryan Coogler the new God director, going 3/3. Him & Michael B Jordan creeping for best director/actor duo...might make that thread next. Unless somebody else wants it.







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Is OJ Innocent: The Missing Evidence

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Did anybody watch this last night? It's a 6 part docuseries on Investigation Discovery. Part 1 and 2 aired last night. Part 3 and 4 airs tonight at 9/8c and part 5 and 6 tomorrow at 9/8c on ID. If you want to catch the first 2 parts it airs again at 7/6c and and 8/7c on ID.


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Final LOGAN Trailer Expected Online This Thursday; New GHOST IN THE SHELL Trailer Also Imm

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Looks like we finally have an ETA on that highly anticipated new trailer for James Mangold's Logan, which will reportedly be released online in just a few days time.


Fans have been eagerly anticipating a new look at James Mangold's Logan for quite a while, and that excitement was only heightened after the first 40 minutes of the movie screened to such a positive response recently. We had heard that the final trailer for the March release would be with us at some point this month, but now thanks to Trailer Track (who cite official confirmation from Fox Taiwan), we know it'll be online this Thursday, most likely around 6am PT/9am ET/2pm UK time.


Plus, it sounds like we'll also be getting a new trailer for Scarlett Johansson's live-action remake of Ghost in the Shell later on that same day.

Logan is set to hit theaters on March 3, but it'll have its world premiere next month at the Berlin International Film Festival. Ghost in the Shell will arrive on March 31.


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An ambitious young executive is sent to retrieve his company’s CEO from an idyllic but mysterious “wellness center” at a remote location in the Swiss Alps. He soon suspects that the spa’s miraculous treatments are not what they seem. When he begins to unravel its terrifying secrets, his sanity is tested, as he finds himself diagnosed with the same curious illness that keeps all the guests here longing for the cure. From Gore Verbinski, the visionary director of THE RING, comes the new psychological thriller, A CURE FOR WELLNESS.

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Image inside The 20 Best Movie Posters of 2016

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Before the trailer shows off exciting new footage, the poster arrives to give audiences a first taste of a movieÂ’s overall vibe and direction. In an age of increasingly boring and monotonous one-sheets, these are the 20 posters that dared to be different this year.

Always Shine



IndieWire has already gone on record calling Sophia Takal’s identity thriller “Always Shine” one of the year’s great indie discoveries, and this debut poster effectively sells the mania at the film’s heart.

Starring Mackenzie Davis and Caitlin FitzGerald as actresses whose friendship unravels during a weekend vacation in Big Sur, “Always Shine” rips open the bitter jealousy that boils underneath the surface of friends-turned-rivals.

Green Room



The grisly edge of Jeremy Saulnier’s survival thriller “Green Room” is on full display in this warped poster from distributor A24. Something about that giant machete sends off a serious warning sign to the viewer that this movie is not for the faint of heart.

Jackie



Elegant. Bold. Classic. There was no way Fox Searchlight wasn’t going to sell “Jackie” by capturing the look and feel of its subject in the marketing, and they managed to do just that with this stately one-sheet. Portman looks like real political royalty here.

Sing Street



It’s a shame John Carney’s musical coming-of-age tale “Sing Street” didn’t catch on with more audiences. One of the year’s most infectious indies, this rock n’ roll love story gets the perfect poster to capture its loud beating heart.

The Love Witch



Anna Biller’s “The Love Witch” looks like it stepped out of the Technicolor glory days of the 1960s, and that old fashioned feel applies to the poster as well. With its hand-drawn style and typography, the poster oozes nostalgia in every corner. And then there are those bloody hands…

Certain Women



It’s hard to describe the naturalism that is often front and center in Kelly Reichardt movies, which is why this poster for “Certain Women” is such a winner. With its soft palette and pencil sketched characters, the one-sheet finds a way to capture the simple beauty of Reichardt’s sensibilities.

Krisha



It’s great to see Trey Edward Shults’ fantastic debut “Krisha” turning up on critics group year-end lists. The film was one of the year’s most extreme psychological studies, and this blood-red ink blot poster boldly captures the dissection of its main character.

The Lobster



Yorgos Lanthimos’ “The Lobster” remains one of the year’s most original visions, and that holds true for the series of posters that featured its main characters hugging thin air. For a dark satire all about our desires and failures to connect with the ones we love, this image provided the perfect (and depressing) sensation of being alone despite our aching need for connection. We’ll just go grab a Kleenex now.

The Childhood of a Leader


Brady Corbet’s “The Childhood Of A Leader” was one of the most assured debuts of the year, though chances are high that you might have missed it in theaters. The story of a young boy who develops a terrifying ego following the creation of the Treaty of Versailles, the film plays like “The Omen” directed by Michael Haneke or Lars von Trier.

Christine



Antonio Campos and Rebecca HallÂ’s dark character study follows Christine Chubbuck during the final days before her suicide on national television. If you know the true story, then the poster is a provocative image for ChubbuckÂ’s isolated depression, heightened by her dissatisfaction for her networkÂ’s push towards sensationalized news.

Moonlight



Of course the best movie of the year had one of the best posters. What becomes increasingly clear from this poster is just how amazing the film was cast. The three actors — Alex Hibbert, Ashton Summers and Trevante Rhodes — are blended into one face here, and yet their eyes share the same piercing intimacy. The poster makes you realize the power of “Moonlight” is all in the eyes.

Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World



Werner Herzog may have missed out on the Oscar shortlist for Best Documentary, but at least his internet documentary reigns supreme when it comes to movie posters. The image pretty much says it all, proving weÂ’ve lost our minds in the convoluted web of the internet. The sad part is many of us probably feel like the person in the image, and thatÂ’s what makes this poster so affecting.

Goat



Andrew Neel’s fraternity psychodrama “Goat” takes aim at masculinity like few films ever dare to do, which is part of what makes this poster so spot on. The bullseye imagery suggests “Goat” has a mission to strike the core of frat life and dismantle it, and the film achieves this and then some.

Free Fire



Ben Wheatley’s “Free Fire” doesn’t open in theaters until March 2017, but this poster is pretty much the perfect tease for what is a new shoot-em’-up classic. For a movie that features one of the best shootouts in cinema history, this poster couldn’t be more perfect.

 
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