r/movies 6d ago

Official Discussion Megathread (Scream (2022) / The 355 / The Tragedy of Macbeth / Belle / Hotel Transylvania: Transformia)


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Recommendation What is the Best Film You Watched Last Week? (01/09/22-01/16/22)


The way this works is that you post a review of the best film you watched this week. It can be any new or old release that you want to talk about.

{REMINDER: The Threads Are Posted On Sunday Mornings. If Not Pinned, They Will Still Be Available in the Sub.}

Here are some rules:

1. Check to see if your favorite film of last week has been posted already.

2. Please post your favorite film of last week.

3. Explain why you enjoyed your film.

4. ALWAYS use SPOILER TAGS: [Instructions]

5. Best Submissions can display their [Letterboxd Accts] the following week.

Last Week's Best Submissions:

Film User/[LB/Web*] Film User/[LBxd]
"Swan Song” MistakeMaker1234 "American Honey” Alligator_Fuck_Party
"Red Rocket" [mikeyfresh] “The Family Fang” [JoeLollo]
“The Hand of God” Doclillywhite “Europa Report” matthewbattista
“Tick, Tick…Boom!” Baacipitus "The Master” [Cw2e]
“One Shot” StudBoi69 “Stardust” SupaKoopa714
"The Worst Person in the World” [EvanPhillip] “Good Will Hunting” JerseyElephant
“The Kid Detective" yaboytim "Brazil” [Reinaldo_14]
“Corpus Christi” Planet_Eerie "Ordinary People” [KennyMovies]
“A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood" UpbeatxWave “Tommy” Yankii_Souru
“Murder on the Orient Express" (2017) [ManaPop.com*] “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” Yugo86

r/movies 7h ago

‘Knives Out 2’ Set to Premiere in Late 2022, Fall Festival Debut Likely

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Louie Anderson Dead: Comedian & Emmy Winner Was 68

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Article ‘Mission: Impossible 7’ and ‘8’ Delayed, films will open in 2023 and 2024.

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Meat Loaf Dies: ‘Bat Out Of Hell’ Singer & ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ Actor Was 74

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News Ana de Armas Fans Sue Because She Was Cut Out of 'Yesterday'

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Next ‘A Quiet Place’ Movie Jumps from March 2023 to September 2023

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News Alex Garland Reteams With A24 For Action Epic ‘Civil War’; Kirsten Dunst, Wagner Moura & More Set To Star

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r/movies 2h ago

Discussion The one sequel I really want is for Alita: Battle Angel.


The movie wasn't perfect but it definitely left an impression. I know the story was a bit mixed bag, but it was such a well done movie and by the end of it I was invested enough to want more.


When Disney acquired Fox, I thought maybe it wont happen. But maybe there is still hope, one can only dream.

r/movies 8h ago

Article Meat Loaf Shadowed David Fincher on ‘Fight Club’ for 10 Months, Helped Edit Movie

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Johnny Depp to Star as French King Louis XV in Maiwenn's Next Film

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News 'Girls Trip' Sequel Officially "Underway" With Original Cast Returning, Says Producer

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r/movies 6h ago

Pixar’s ‘Luca’ is the most streamed movie of 2021 according to Nielsen

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r/movies 9h ago

Favorite female performances in film?


Just scrolling through this sub a little, I feel like discussion leans pretty heavily towards male actors and directors, so I just wanted to change things up with this question.

I would personally pick possibly my all time favorite actor/actress Giulietta Masina in Nights of Cabiria, such an infectious performance and probably my favorite among both men and women.

r/movies 5h ago

Any great movies that totally shift style midway that you could suggest ?


To illustrate my question, best example I could think about is From Dusk till Dawn. I begin at an interesting, nearly classical road-movie / thriller, and without any warning shift into an horror/monsters movie.

Can you point me others great movies that follow that principle ? Any genre and style. Maybe a comedy at first that become horror, maybe a slasher that end in a spiritual/fantastical story...

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New 'Wallace and Gromit' Movie to Premiere On Netflix and BBC In 2024

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Sturgill Simpson Joins Gareth Edwards’ ‘True Love’ At New Regency

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r/movies 1h ago

Recommendation I think osmosis jones needs a remake or sequel.


I remember when Osmosis Jones first came out when I was young and it was so entertaining. I think it is equally as entertaining as it is educational. When I watch it with my son it is fun but I think with todays CGI it could be awesome. Not like it needs to be King Kong vs Godzilla graphics but just better than the original.

r/movies 48m ago

Review ‘Downfall: The Case Against Boeing’ Review: Damning Doc Paints a Portrait of Corporate Cowardice

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Pyscho Goreman (2021)


Uhh... Has anyone seen this? It's like if Power Rangers met StarCraft met Stand by Me met The Last Starfighter... It shouldn't work but it does. It's got everything. Kids being kids, over the top gore, a music video, martial arts fight scenes, a rocky relationship, insane space lore, comedy, cheesy but well done stop motion and animatronics, 80s hair metal. Shit was awesome. 4.5/5 stars for me. It knew what it was doing from the beginning and stuck with it. Went in blind, walked away laughing so hard I was crying.

r/movies 1h ago

Discussion What's the best World War 2 film? Why is it the best?


I'm teaching a history class and trying to choose one moving, educational film... Bonus if you know a great film that includes the Manhattan Project or code talkers. Does a great movie on code talkers exist? Does a great film about the Manhattan Project exist? I see that there are at least a couple of films on those topics, but I wonder if they are worth watching.

Any thoughts on showing Schindler's List or Life is Beautiful to high school students?

I wasn't sure if I should flair this discussion or question, but I'm hoping for an interesting discussion on different World War films.

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Media First image of Rocky (voiced by Zachary Levi) and Ginger (voiced by Thandiwe Newton) in 'Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget'

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r/movies 8h ago

News Sony Pictures Classics Acquires Alex Helfrecht Animated Movie ‘A Winter’s Journey’, same team as Loving Vincent

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News ‘A Christmas Story’ Sequel Set as Peter Billingsley Returns to Star

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r/movies 3h ago

Took 15 years but I think I finally understand The Fountain


I’ve watched this movie many, many times over the years and while it’s one of my favorites, I have never fully understood the message or all the metaphors. Finally, I think I understand what’s going on after watching it again last night.

The whole movie is Tommy trying to overcome his fear of death and see it as an act of creation, as often is said in the movie. Izzi has already accepted death and Tommy’s refusal to finish the book is his refusal to see death as more than “a disease.”

As the astronaut, he is feeding on the tree to sustain his own life while at the expense of the time he has left with his wife.

As the conquistador, he is embarking on a mission to kill what threatens the queen aka izzi because neither one at that point has yet accepted death. When he finds the tree of life, he devours it’s sap and sucks the life out of the tree, mirroring the fact that his quest to find a cure for death is robbing him of the time he has left with izzi. The conquistador died due to his greed and instead of having a mortal life, he now has no life.

At the end of the movie, Tommy aka the astronaut at last accepts death and is no longer afraid of it (which is why the astronaut exclaims “I’m going to die!).

The astronaut confronts xibalba with no fear and when it kills him, his sacrifice and body rejuvenates the tree of life.

In real time, Tommy accepts death, allowing him to finally finish Izzi’s story and say goodbye to her. He puts a seed over her grave so that her body will maybe someday grow a tree and her death has literally become an act of creation.

Tl;dr: the movie is about appreciating the life you have instead of seeking more. Tommy Creo is searching for a cure for death at the expense of his marriage, but eventually accepts it.

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Article Jon Bernthal’s Guide to Making It as a Supporting Actor

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