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New Movie Release Discussion / Re: Ghostbusters
« Last post by ChillinDylan Godsend on Today at 01:05:36 pm »
Skimming this comment chain is like looking at collapsed YouTube comments. You know, where the first comment is "I didn't like this movie," then it says "97 hidden replies," followed by the latest comment... "You're wrong, you fucking asshole, the Nazis were socialists. A fascist without jackboots is just an angry barefoot guy. Oh, and the Chinese invented noodles, so stick that in your pipe and smoke it."

First off - HOLY SHIT DID I MISS AN EPIC THREAD here.

Secondly - this comment by Diego pretty much summed up my thoughts as I scrolled through and suddenly the Nazis invading Russia became the topic of discussion.

Thirdly - LOL to just about everything in this thread.
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New Movie Release Discussion / Re: Ghostbusters
« Last post by ChillinDylan Godsend on Today at 12:45:59 pm »
After seeing the Ghostbusters reboot, I've come to realize how futile our existence on this planet is, kinda like the existencialism produced after the First World War and our amazing destructive ability, but said thing can be said about Ghostbusters, or every unnecessary reboot there is for nowadays. The things that we know and love are willing to betray us, by the hands of corporate smugglers ready to assault our wallets in every turn that we EVEN consider, the possibility of buying a ticket to their promised "quality product". It's all on the economy, the need for the money to come in is the quintessential pillar for the whole industry and, oh boy, it includes the need to profane the tombs of sacred franchises that were laid to rest in dignity and respect, only to be digged back up and their corpses flung around for the profit of the makers on those curious enough to see the whole, vile spectacle: and next, their desecrated corpse lays buried in half, to ease the job in digging it back up again when the profit calls.

In the end, nothing matters anymore. We could have radicalized the backlash to stop this unfunny piece of trash onto making its way into theaters, but in an age were food is right outside of our gates, Internet pornography, and the Kardashians still live their stupid lives on television, we had become dormant sheep, and we let this thing happen, we are all guilty of it. Ghostbusters is the sad remainder that we all are going to die someday, and nothing that we have ever done, lived, or seen, has ever fucking, mattered. It's our cardinal sin, that we have let this abomination onto the world, and we must live with it.

Paul Feig can suck a dick.

Still an epic post, even with all the Chilean spelling.

I never saw it.  It's probably my most hated concept ever.  Take a GREAT ICONIC film.  Do a remake while making sure to gender-swap or race-swap all the main characters in an effort to make some kind of statement.  Vilify anyone who disagrees with this process.

Raynor is right.  Paul Feig can (and does) suck a dick.
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New Movie Release Discussion / Re: Gotti
« Last post by ChillinDylan Godsend on Today at 12:43:01 pm »
Was going to make a board for this, but turns out Flounder already took care of that a long time ago.

Anyway, it's now best known for having 0% on RT. Travolta (or whoever's running this account) responded with this.

That's pretty funny. 
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New Movie Release Discussion / Re: Ghostbusters
« Last post by Robert Neville on Today at 11:16:48 am »
After seeing the Ghostbusters reboot, I've come to realize how futile our existence on this planet is, kinda like the existencialism produced after the First World War and our amazing destructive ability, but said thing can be said about Ghostbusters, or every unnecessary reboot there is for nowadays. The things that we know and love are willing to betray us, by the hands of corporate smugglers ready to assault our wallets in every turn that we EVEN consider, the possibility of buying a ticket to their promised "quality product". It's all on the economy, the need for the money to come in is the quintessential pillar for the whole industry and, oh boy, it includes the need to profane the tombs of sacred franchises that were laid to rest in dignity and respect, only to be digged back up and their corpses flung around for the profit of the makers on those curious enough to see the whole, vile spectacle: and next, their desecrated corpse lays buried in half, to ease the job in digging it back up again when the profit calls.

In the end, nothing matters anymore. We could have radicalized the backlash to stop this unfunny piece of trash onto making its way into theaters, but in an age were food is right outside of our gates, Internet pornography, and the Kardashians still live their stupid lives on television, we had become dormant sheep, and we let this thing happen, we are all guilty of it. Ghostbusters is the sad remainder that we all are going to die someday, and nothing that we have ever done, lived, or seen, has ever fucking, mattered. It's our cardinal sin, that we have let this abomination onto the world, and we must live with it.

Paul Feig can suck a dick.

Still an epic post, even with all the Chilean spelling.
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New Movie Release Discussion / Re: Gotti
« Last post by Robert Neville on Today at 11:09:29 am »
Was going to make a board for this, but turns out Flounder already took care of that a long time ago.

Anyway, it's now best known for having 0% on RT. Travolta (or whoever's running this account) responded with this.
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David Ehrlich.

inb4 Diego
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Upgrade was a fun watch. Some of its thematic elements cover familiar ground and the overall plot hinges mostly on convolution, but those action scenes are to die for and discount Tom Hardy gave a solid performance that yields a lot of self-aware moments. Probably a B.

I was really baked during that film, but I kept saying to the wife "man Tom Hardy looks young in this movie" even though I knew it wasn't him.  I hope LMG stars with Hardy in a movie at some point.  All that being said, I absolutely loved the film - especially the ending - strong 9/10 from me.
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Political Discussion Board / Re: Best political ads
« Last post by Tut on June 19, 2018, 10:51:07 pm »
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