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Video inside Blair Witch (2016) (Ending Explained)

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Video inside Most underrated Anime of All-Time

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| By 504 - 7 hours ago

It's one of the few anime series that didn't endlessly pad itself out until it no longer contained an ounce of artistic merit(unlike Bleach, Naruto, DBZ, etc.), the main characters are pretty well characterized, well rounded, and well developed. The animation and artwork were for the most part great, the show could actually maintain a consistent tone and theme, it's premise was quite unique for it's time(the idea of an afterlife being a complicated and chaotic bureaucracy), and was even able to compete with other big name shows back then like Dragon Ball Z. Its up there with DBZ, Naruto, and other top anime.

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Article inside Suicide Squad Novelization Reveals Interesting Things About The Movie (Long Article)

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| By KREW - 7 hours ago

Since it's release, Suicide Squad has been met with mostly negative reviews from critics, but positive reviews from audiences. It remained in the number one spot at the box office for three straight weekends, and also recently passed the $700 million mark at the worldwide box office.

However, many still feel that they movie could have been so much better without the alleged interference from Warner Bros. on the editing and marketing process of the movie. Some fans have even threatened to sue Warner Brothers for false marketing due to the trailers of the movie featuring many scenes which didn’t make the final theatrical cut, especially scenes involving the Joker.

This bring us to the Suicide Squad Official Novelization, which seems to fix all the problems associated with the movie. Yes, it has more character development, does away with the psychedelic dossiers and flashbacks, and of course, has a whole lot more Joker and Harley Quinn in it.

NOTE: The Following List Contains MAJOR SPOILERS for Suicide Squad.



One of the biggest criticisms of the movie was that the first act relied too heavily on Amanda Waller’s dossiers to introduce the members of the Squad. Although they were a visual treat, and some of them even provided precious information on the characters’ back stories and how they relate to the DC movies as a whole, many found the back and forth re-introductions of Deadshot and Harley Quinn redundant.

That problem is eliminated in the novelization which is told in a more linear format. The novel begins with June deep in the Jungle trying desperately to find the source of her nightmares which she feels will kill her. This is when she falls, literally, into the Enchantress’ cave and becomes the ancient witch.

Harley Quinn is the next character to be introduced in a chapter where the Joker and his henchmen hunt her down in Arkham Asylum. It is revealed that the Joker wants to do electroshock therapy on Dr. Harleen Quinzel, because she did the same to him as part of his treatment. He deliberately wants to make her go insane, calling her his Mona Lisa.

Deadshot on the roof is the next scene which details pretty much what we saw in the movie and the promotional clips that were released prior to the movie’s opening. We also get a glimpse of the amount of preparation Deadshot puts into his work – emptying out an alley full of homeless people by giving them meal vouchers for a fast food joint, and smuggling in his rifle into the building weeks beforehand.

The scene with Amanda Waller proposing her idea to put together Task Force X doesn’t even come into play until chapter 12.



Another critique about Suicide Squad is that we don’t actually get to care about June Moone before the Enchantress takes over and causes wanton destruction. We are unable to empathize with Rick Flag when he struggles with the possibility of losing the woman he loves to prevent the end of the world.

June and Flag’s relationship is much better developed in the novelization. Like in the film, he meets her in a hotel bath tub; they share stolen glances and supportive touches, such as in the scene in the Situation Room when Waller has June turn into the Enchantress to demonstrate the potential of Task Force X’s meta-humans.

But it is in a chapter afterwards, as June walks through Midway city to collect her thoughts, that we really get to understand the internal struggle she is going through. The voice of Enchantress constantly tries to take over, but June perseveres. It is also in this chapter that she and Flag have a more intimate conversation, admit that they are falling in love, and share their first kiss.

It’s a lot more character development for both of them, and allows us to understand why they care about each other. It works a lot better than just taking Waller’s word for it when she said in the movie that they fell in love according to her plan.

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Video inside Suicide Squad's Harley Quinn and Joker in 'Fifty Shades of Joker'

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| By KREW - 7 hours ago

If you thought Harley Quinn and the Joker had a messed up relationship in Suicide Squad, it just got about Fifty Shades Darker.

The Nerdy Hero YouTube channel posted a mashup video that shows the Clown Prince of Gotham and his princess through a Fifty Shades of Grey lense, using music from the BDSM film to layer over footage from the DC tale.

Many of Harley’s scenes with Joker were cut from Suicide Squad. “If I were to die tomorrow, maybe the studio would roll something out. Rated R or rated X performance in there somewhere,” Jared Leto had teased. Margot Robbie later theorized, “They probably realized that the emotional through-line of the story had to be the mission that we were on."

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Image inside The stars that aged well, are? And the stars that didn't age well, are?

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Aged well? Halle Berry of today:

Didn't age well? Vin Diesel of today:

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23 hours ago

bruh the Menace 2 Society Interrogation Scene got me fu-king crying :dead:

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| By Chalky - 23 hours ago

(ignore the quality it's the only one with that niggas standing at the orange door )

better quality

Bruh the fu*king mysterious Michael Myers music in the background got me dead nigga

this nigga Caine stuttering and sh*t and Bill Duke switching up the times so smooth bruh

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1 day ago

Article inside John Carpenter Sh*ts on Rob Zombie and His Halloween Remake

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| By Kevin Spacey - 1 day ago

Believe it or not, it’s been about a decade since Rob Zombie brought back Michael Myers in his very own Halloween remake, and though the franchise is tossing aside everything he brought to the table with next year’s reboot, many fans of the series have still never quite made peace with Zombie’s vision. But what does John Carpenter think? Years later, he has finally offered up his opinions.

During a recent interview with the students of the New York Film Academy, which began making its way around the internet this week, John Carpenter was asked point blank for his thoughts on remakes, particularly the one Rob Zombie made of his seminal slasher classic. Carpenter, never one to mince words, had some rather harsh things to say not just about the film, but about Zombie himself.

John Carpenter relayed a story about a Halloween documentary special that Zombie took part in, noting that he took exception with something Zombie said during the made-for-TV doc.

“He lied about me. He said that I was very cold to him when he told me that he was going to make [Halloween],” said Carpenter. “Nothing could be further from the truth. I said, ‘Make it your own movie, man. This is yours now. Don’t worry about me.’ I was incredibly supportive. Why that piece of sh*t lied, I don’t know. He had no reason to. Why did he do it?”

“So, frankly, that will color my response to the film,” he continued. “If I take that away, I did not [like it]… I thought that he took away the mystique of the story by explaining too much about [Michael Myers]. I don’t care about that. He’s supposed to be a force of nature. He’s supposed to be almost supernatural. And he was too big. It wasn’t normal.”

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Image inside Why Ya'll Ain't Talkin About Denzel New Junt?

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| By NatTurneround - 1 day ago

I went to my parents house last Friday because I thought it was their anniversary() and treated them to go see this forgetful pile of blah.

Fuqua hasn't mastered directing action scenes so the action set pieces in this are
standard action-y sh*t where it just reeks of "seen it".

This is actually the movie's biggest issue because the movie has nothing else going for it.

I don't expect a lot of characterization when you have 7 central characters that move the plot forward(and that's not even including the antagonist); so, I won't bi*ch too much about how the "magnifcient 7" are just slotholders for boring action sequences.

But like I said earlier:
The action spots are just uninteresting.

Doesn't help that it's PG-13 so some of the scenes youre supposed to perceive as brutal just come off as limpwristed.

Only thing Fuqua gets right is making Denzelly look like a [black] god amongst [white]men, cause this nigga Denzel does everything "right" in this movie.

He ain't got no character flaws, no achilles heel, always has the best one liners - sh*t, I un even think Denzel even got wounded in this entire fu*kin movie.

At times, you feel like Fuqua just wants to make Denzel a superhero in this movie by the way he's impervious to virtually everything.

To summate this sh*t:
If you like Denzel bein Denzel, go watch this sh*t. If you're like me and know, a decent movie, skip it.

Personal rating:

"I like Denzelly"-rating

- Bland, uninspired action scenes
- Poor usage of decent actors(Peter Skaarsgard)
- Nonexistent motivation for some of the characters(Macy's Day parade-ass Native American)
- Questionable editing in some parts
- Chris Patt being the token "we need a recognizable white male name or people will think it's an 'urban' film"

Levels of Denzel-ousness

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Luke Cage Is the Unapologetically Bold Superhero Show Ive Been Waiting for!#ForTheCulture

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After watching the first seven episodes of the Luke Cage Netflix series, I can confidently say that its lead character doesn’t always feel like the Power Man who’s shown up in decades of Marvel comics. But, as this spoiler-free review will show, I like him anyway. This Luke Cage is still an everyman superhero that works as a conduit to a multiplicity of black experiences.

Luke Cage takes the raw ore of superhero source material and works it into an alloy meant to stand strong against the pressure of fickle high expectations. It feels like a show that has to put a whole culture on its back. Several of them, actually—it’s got to withstand the withering gaze of superhero comics fans who likely know the title character’s history backwards and forwards, along with the attention of hip-hop heads and curious newcomers.

The first half that I’ve watched won me over with canny invocations of brownstone-stoop candor, Harlem Renaissance literary history, and winks at the sociopolitical machinery that hustlers and strivers used to fund businesses and political campaigns when banks wouldn’t lend them money. But the real key to enjoying Luke Cage is the realization that it’s a grown-and-sexy update of the character’s blaxploitation roots. This version of Cage isn’t a hot-tempered, jive-talking hero-for-hire, but the Harlem he moves through is powered by hustle nonetheless. Like the Hell’s Kitchen shown in Daredevil, the uptown neighborhood where Luke Cage takes place is an artist’s rendering of a real place, shot through with exaggeration and melodrama. There’s a core of truth in the middle of that creative license, though. The normal folks Luke interacts with are trying hang on to what little they have while others are trying to climb the rungs of society, even if it means stepping on the backs of others.

Cage’s existential struggle centers on figuring out the responsibilities a man with his talents has to a community like Harlem and balancing the answer to against his own happiness. Bullets may bounce off his skin but he’s still suffered enough loss to make him wary of playing the hero, especially in a place where he’s an outsider. That dialectic is an old saw in superhero fiction but showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker and the writing staff get extra mileage from the power/responsibility engine by anchoring the idea in the specificity of historical black experience. Both Cage and his main nemeses are cast as symbols of potentiality, opposite poles of what powerful black people can achieve in ignored or exploited communities.

Jessica Jones deftly layered in subtext about the crippling effects of omnipresent male gaze and female objectification, creating a psychological thriller about people with special abilities. In similar fashion, Luke Cage is a show about a historically important neighborhood fighting for its soul. The action takes place in a Harlem where gentrification has been slowly squeezing out the black population that gave the neighborhood its unique character.

The fight choreography in Luke Cage does a great job of making you believe that this is how a man with bulletproof skin would fight. Luke isn’t choreographed or careful; he doesn’t need to be. He plows through walls and nonchalantly swats away thugs like dirt off his shoulder. Colter oozes sly charm and a simmering edge in his portrayal of Cage. He doesn’t come across like a dude who ran the streets but his performance does enough to show that he’s familiar with their rhythms. Mahershala Ali is his polar opposite, infusing nightclub owner Cornell “Cottonmouth” Stokes with brash charisma and explosive menace while also portraying a surprising emotional turbulence roiling underneath all this slickness and swagger. Alfre Woodward is amazing as Stokes’ cousin Mariah Dillard, a councilwoman who uses Cottonmouth’s money for her re-election and real estate development campaign that’s supposed to “keep Harlem black.” Woodward spits platitudes and venom with energetic sincerity, making it hard for viewers to think that she doesn’t still believe in the ideals she talks up. As the actress playing Misty Knight, Simone Missick has one of the show’s toughest jobs, portraying a cop working in a time where they’re not blindly trusted anymore. She nails the role by making Misty seem smarter and cooler than anybody else in the precinct house.

The show’s writing self-consciously tethers Luke Cage to a legacy of black pulp heroism. Moreover, Luke Cage takes the exaggerated, over-affected mannerisms of 1970s blaxploitation movies and 1990s hood flicks, and brings them forward, pulling threads from the sharkskin suits of New Jack City, New York Undercover, American Gangster, The Wire, and kinfolk melanin-heavy melodramas like Empire.

The mix of tonalities make it feel richer than first impressions might suggest. It moves from barbershop sh*t-talking to considerations of Harlem’s singular history or visual nostalgia for old-school rap videos without inducing whiplash. There’s a self-awareness at play here that pulled me in. Luke Cage takes its themes and performances seriously but not at the expense of having fun in the kitchen.

The super-ness of this show isn’t in its fiction; it’s in its purpose. Coker and crew are trying to tie a passel of disparate influences together to create a whole that celebrates black pop cultural production across the 20th and 21st Centuries. When Luke Cage debuted in the Marvel Comics of the 1970s, black people were shouting out that they were beautiful in defiance of an institutionalized system that worked to dehumanize them. This show does the same thing.

Luke Cage feels like many different swatches of blackness all at once . It’s got humor, pathos, and rhythm that are distinct from the other Netflix Marvel shows. It’s funkier and pulpier than either Daredevil or Jessica Jones. It has to be, because Luke Cage sketches out a sense of an entire community, one that’s a symbol of how black people have thrived in a centuries-old cycle that’s had them exoticized and disenfranchised. Once he starts shaking things up uptown, all eyes are on Luke Cage. That’s okay because, if the second half of the season is as strong as the first, he’s definitely worth watching.

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2 days ago

Bill Nunn, famously known as Radio Raheem from 'Do the Right Thing,' has died at 62.

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Bill Nunn, the actor who is best known for his role as Radio Raheem in Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing, has reportedly died. He was 62 years old.

Spike Lee shared the news on Instagram, confirming Nunn died in his hometown of Pittsburgh, Pa. As of this report, there is no further information about his death. Lee wrote,


My Dear Friend, My Dear Morehouse Brother- Da Great Actor Bill Nunn As Most Of You Know Him As Radio Raheem Passed Away This Morning In His Hometown Of Pittsburgh. Long Live Bill NUNN. RADIO RAHEEM Is Now RESTING IN POWER. RADIO RAHEEM WILL ALWAYS BE FIGHTING DA POWERS DAT BE. MAY GOD WATCH OVER BILL NUNN.
Lee also posted a Facebook message about Nunn, echoing his sentiments about his friend.

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2 days ago

Video inside Trailer For Studio Ghiblis 'The Red Turtle'

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| By Kevin Spacey - 2 days ago

I'd suggest not watching the trailer, as people have stated it gives away the entire film. Only made this thread so people could be aware of the film


The dialogue-less film follows a man washed up onto an island populated by turtles and crabs, but devoid of humans. The castaway finds himself confronted by a huge red turtle, which obstructs his efforts to escape the island, but also with whom the castaway bonds.

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#hoh hof

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Video inside Bucky Barnes Roasts Capt. America

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Parody by ScreenJunkies

first few jokes were good...but sh*t got real awkward around 3:30

I know some of yall like that weird comedy style

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Article inside Paramount Announces Theyll Lose $115 Million On Monster Trucks Months Before It Opens

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| By Steve - 2 days ago

When the first trailer for “Monster Trucks” dropped this summer, the collection reaction from the internet could best be summarized as LOL WTF. The buzz on the Paramount Pictures release already wasn’t so hot given they had shifted the release date three times, and the trailer confirmed the movie as a misguided, CGI filled concoction about a kid, a monster truck, and a Flubber like creature. And the studio is already well aware they likely have a bomb on their hands.

In a rare move for a major studio, who tend to make these kinds of announcements after a movie is released and once the numbers have rolled in, Paramount’s parent Viacom has gone ahead an admitted that “a programming impairment charge of $115 million” that is “related to the expected performance of an unreleased film” is on the books for their fourth quarter finances, with THR confirmed that picture in question is indeed “Monster Trucks.” Youch.

This is not good news for Paramount, who are already riding a rough year that one analyst says may seem in the red for as much as $500 million. The studio had some pretty major flops so far including “Ben-Hur” and “Zoolander 2,” and films that didn’t perform the way they were hoping such as “Star Trek Beyond.” And certainly, it will put a heavy burden on their remaining 2016 slate which includes “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back” and awards season pictures “Allied” and “Fences,” and the comedy “Office Christmas Party.” (I think it’s increasingly less likely we’ll see Martin Scorsese‘s “Silence” before the year is out given how many pictures are already on deck).

However, looking ahead at 2017, while they have the likely slam dunk hits “Transformers: The Last Knight” (the last two entries in that franchise earned over $1 billion worldwide each) and “Baywatch” (everyone loves Dwayne Johnson), there are also question marks like “Ghost In The Shell” and “xXx: Return Of Xander Cage.”

All this to say, it looks like Paramount is already giving up on “Monster Trucks,” so I wouldn’t expect them to spend any more than they need to in the months ahead, before it opens on January 13, 2017.

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Article inside New Friday the 13th and The Ring Sequels Delayed

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| By Steve - 2 days ago

The horror films suffer their fourth and third delays, respectively.

Paramount announced it has once again pushed back two of its upcoming horror sequels/reboots: Friday the 13th and Rings.

Previously slated for January 13, the next chapter in the Jason Voorhees saga will now debut October 13, 2017, according to Variety. This marks the fourth time the film's release has been postponed.

Meanwhile, the third delay for the third Ring movie sees Rings move from October 28 to February 3, 2017. As Variety notes, no reasons were cited for the delays.

According to producer Brad Fuller, the new Friday the 13th will tell a Jason origin story "no one has seen before." The Crazies and The Last Witch Hunter director Breck Eisner may helm the project.

The F. Javier Gutiérrez-directed Ring sequel takes place 13 years after the original, and stars Italian actress Matilda Lutz.

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Article inside 'Power Rangers' Reboot Casts Bill Hader as Beloved Character

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The 'Saturday Night Live' alum will play Alpha 5.

Bill Hader is ready to get robotic for the Power Rangers reboot.

The Saturday Night Live alum will play the role of Alpha 5, the good guy robot who works with the sage-like Zordon and was first introduced on the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers TV show. The official Power Rangers Twitter account announced the news Thursday.

In the original TV show, Alpha 5 had a sibling-like relationship with the Rangers and was known for shouting, "Aye-yi-yi-yi-yi" — both when the robot is happy or upset.

Hader joins a cast that also includes Elizabeth Banks as the villain Rita Repulsa and Bryan Cranston as playing Zordon. The Rangers are being played by RJ Cyler, Becky G., Ludi Lin, Naomi Scott and Dacre Montgomery.

Lionsgate has been revealing more from the reboot this week, releasing five character posters on Wednesday and announcing plans to unveil the first footage from the movie next month at New York Comic Con.

Power Rangers, from director Dean Israelite is set for a March 24, 2017 release.

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Image inside Vin Diesels First Official XXX 3 Image Comes With A Special Message

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2017 will be a pretty busy year for Vin Diesel. His work recording vocals as Groot for Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 probably wasn't too strenuous and The Rock would insist that he had plenty of downtime on Fast 8. But all of this will change with XXX: Return Of Xander Cage, as Vin Diesel will have to spend several months of next year promoting all three films.

In fact, the first inkling of XXX: Return Of Xander Cage's promotional campaign has now emerged on Instagram, and it's pretty damn bad-ass.


A photo posted by Vin Diesel (@vindiesel) on

It's hard to tell if Vin Diesel's eyes are closed because he's slipped into a brief coma or if he's just getting himself ready to kick a tremendous of ass. But either way the muscle-bound leading man looks more than ready to rumble, and his tattoo is immediately impressive, too.

While a poster is always good to see, it doesn't really give us any indication of the type of action and outlandish spectacle that we will get to see in XXX: Return Of Xander Cage. Luckily, we've got a teaser trailer that does that for us, and it suggests that XXX: Return Of Xander Cage is going to be as wonderfully over the top as we all hoped.

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Article inside Jared Leto was almost Marvels Doctor Strange

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Despite not having a lot of screen time, Jared Leto gave a memorable performance as The Joker in Suicide Squad. But did you know that he almost starred in a Marvel movie instead?

In the new issue of Empire, Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson said that star Benedict Cumberbatch was always the only actor he seriously considered for the role, but when Cumberbatch said he couldn’t do it due to scheduling conflicts, Derrickson was forced to meet with other actors.

According to Empire, Derrickson met with a lot of good actors including Jared Leto, Joaquin Phoenix, and Ryan Gosling. He didn’t like anyone as much as Cumberbatch though, and they ended up pushing back the release of Doctor Strange so that Cumberbatch could take the job.

A few months after the Doctor Strange talks, Jared Leto signed on to play The Joker in Suicide Squad, a role that he definitely wouldn’t have been able to take if those Marvel meetings went better.

Looking back, I’m not sure Leto minds missing out on starring in his own Marvel movie. The actor has repeatedly said that playing The Joker was the most fun he’s ever had, and that some of his best work lies in the deleted Suicide Squad scenes. Hopefully that work will surface on the Blu-ray, which should be out in a couple of months.

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