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    Re: Who is in your Deadpool for Solo: Infinity War

    If we’re truly going to be snowed in this weekend when bad driving conditions I might trudge to the theater a mile away and see it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsche Gopher Fan View Post
    If we’re truly going to be snowed in this weekend when bad driving conditions I might trudge to the theater a mile away and see it
    Not a bad plan. Definitely see it in the theater I think the silence will be lost watching at home unless you make a super effort. (and your dogs wont let that happen )

    I wonder what MoviePass will get me to see today. Right now I either see Beirut cause it I think it looks interesting, see Rampage just cause I dont want to pay for it or see Blockers just cause. Rampage and Blockers should be around next week but Beirut sees to be in limited release around here. I want to see the Kennedy flick but Angie vetoed so I can go with her. (she did the same with Black Panther and we still havent seen that)
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    I'll have to watch it again (at home, no way I'm sitting through that again in a theater) because I missed part of that.
    I actually liked that part of the script. That was what the fireworks were intended for all along: to muffle her sound so she could give birth and then move the baby to the basket, where it would live inside a box until it could control its noises; so say... 6 years. When the fireworks went off I thought, "oh, so they have thought about it. OK then." But when they followed it up with Moses I thought, "oh for f-cks sake..."

    This was another example of characters who were very smart in some ways and hopelessly stupid in other ways.

    Since we're in spoiler mode, I missed something: how did the bug get down there anyway? Through the water pipe? Because if the aperture was wide enough that's more awful planning. But what can you expect from Jim? Irony won't save you now, as-shole.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    Not a bad plan. Definitely see it in the theater I think the silence will be lost watching at home unless you make a super effort.
    To my mind the single best most spooky thing was that our theater was sold out and dead silent. It really helped pull the tension out of the screen and into the theater: every director's dream. Even better, it was an Alamo Drafthouse so there were servers stealthing around getting and delivering food, so the pressure to be as quiet as possible was beautiful.

    But really, beyond that gimmick, it was merely cromulent.
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    Plan this weekend is to go to either Isle of Dogs or The Death of Stalin. Probably the latter, which I have been really looking forward to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    I actually liked that part of the script. That was what the fireworks were intended for all along: to muffle her sound so she could give birth and then move the baby to the basket, where it would live inside a box until it could control its noises; so say... 6 years. When the fireworks went off I thought, "oh, so they have thought about it. OK then." But when they followed it up with Moses I thought, "oh for f-cks sake..."

    This was another example of characters who were very smart in some ways and hopelessly stupid in other ways.

    Since we're in spoiler mode, I missed something: how did the bug get down there anyway? Through the water pipe? Because if the aperture was wide enough that's more awful planning. But what can you expect from Jim? Irony won't save you now, as-shole.
    I am not sure, it probably followed the sound of the water that was leaking in so maybe it just floated along with it. (they can swim obviously) It is sort of like when the Xenomorph ends up on the ship at the end of Alien you never see how it just is there.

    I think that was one thing that took away from the script...the only thing we know of the aliens is they hunt by sound. Do they always work alone or do they hunt in packs? Do they communicate? Little things like that are important in my mind

    And the Fireworks were a great plan...I was just mocking how Jim finds his kids and makes it back literally just in the nick of time. Stuff like that always makes me chuckle. It doesnt ruin movies for me, just makes me smile a bit and shake my head.


    I want to see Death of Stalin too just not sure if I want to see it today or next Monday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    Plan this weekend is to go to either Isle of Dogs or The Death of Stalin. Probably the latter, which I have been really looking forward to.
    I also really want to see death of stalin. Really excited

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    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    I think that was one thing that took away from the script...the only thing we know of the aliens is they hunt by sound. Do they always work alone or do they hunt in packs? Do they communicate?
    My thought was that when the freakin' DOD figured out they were blind and hunted by sound if they didn't start messing around with sound (masking, jamming, feedback, etc) then we really didn't get any value for the trillions we poured down that hole for the last century. I mean, the as-sholes over at the Company still have a DS&T, right?

    Basically, if the military had air superiority and couldn't figure out how to take the bugs out then it's all over anyway. But hey, other resolutions that were stupid:

    War of the Worlds
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    I also really want to see death of stalin. Really excited
    I'm curious how it ends.
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    I just saw the Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom trailer...they are kidding right? That isnt really the movie they made right? They didnt take all the stupidity of the last one (aka Chris Pratt and the Island of Bad Ideas and Acting) and do it all again only now they have to rescue the dinosaurs right?

    They shoud just call it The Lost World 2: Because We Ran Out of Ideas and Needed More Jeff Goldblum
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    So I saw Rampage...sadly it is better than the last two Godzilla flicks and is exactly what Pacific Rim should have been. It isnt a good movie by any stretch but it definitely was fun and enjoyable
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    Dwayne Johnson is this generation’s Will Smith when it comes to bad movies done right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
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    The Death of Stalin is very funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    The Death of Stalin is very funny.
    Scale of 1-10?

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    Margin Call was very good. Not quite as good as The Big Short. It was an interesting look at the crisis.

    The movie did a good job at making you ask questions about yourself. You just found out your company f-cked us all. Now what do you do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    The Death of Stalin is very funny.
    I shall see that next week

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    Scale of 1-10?
    8.5

    It is (obviously) incredibly dark.

    Buschemi should get an Oscar nomination.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    I shall see that next week
    Let me know if you want to go with a friend!

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    Walking Tall is with Walken, right? Because that sh* is pure mindless entertainment.
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