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    He rarely does. But he can steal the hell out of a scene.
    He can. And sometimes he can star: See the Buster Scruggs movie (which I think you have). He's great in that.
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    He can. And sometimes he can star: See the Buster Scruggs movie (which I think you have). He's great in that.
    His may well have been my favorite part of that one.

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    His may well have been my favorite part of that one.
    Liam's part was great, but man, was THAT one dark. That movie was very very good all around. Hard to pick a fave in that one.
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    Watching The Last of the Mohicans again for the first time in quite a while. Man, I forgot about Madeleine Stowe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by state of hockey View Post
    Watching The Last of the Mohicans again for the first time in quite a while. Man, I forgot about Madeleine Stowe.
    That movie really disappointed me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Rube View Post
    Liam's part was great, but man, was THAT one dark. That movie was very very good all around. Hard to pick a fave in that one.
    I will confess that the scalping scene sat badly with me. I wasn't offended; I definitely recognized that it was comedy and that they were mocking the trope, but that one sat a little funny.

    The Liam Neeson one cracked me up, because I'm a big Harry Potter nerd, so it was entertaining to see the kid who played the awful cousin in the movies in something else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duper View Post
    I will confess that the scalping scene sat badly with me. I wasn't offended; I definitely recognized that it was comedy and that they were mocking the trope, but that one sat a little funny.

    The Liam Neeson one cracked me up, because I'm a big Harry Potter nerd, so it was entertaining to see the kid who played the awful cousin in the movies in something else.
    I almost wished they finished with Buster's story, and started with the last story presented, similar humor, just a little different tone, and I think it would have fit better with the title of the movie.....
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    I almost wished they finished with Buster's story, and started with the last story presented, similar humor, just a little different tone, and I think it would have fit better with the title of the movie.....
    It did surprise me that Buster Scruggs was first. I reckoned going in that it would either be last or bookends.

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    It did surprise me that Buster Scruggs was first. I reckoned going in that it would either be last or bookends.
    Bookends would have been nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Rube View Post
    Liam's part was great, but man, was THAT one dark. That movie was very very good all around. Hard to pick a fave in that one.
    A friend and I were talking about Buster Scruggs, and Liam's story in particular, and a co-worker overheard and asked us what the movie was about. My friend responded, "I think the best way that I can describe it is this: Sooner or later we all get replaced by a chicken."

    I don't think our co-worker bothered to watch the movie after that.
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    I saw the trailer for the live action Sonic the Hedgehog movie and... I'm conflicted. It has Jim Carrey chewing scenery like it's the late '90's again, it seems fun, but yet there is the walking abortion that is the CGI Sonic to ruin the whole goddamed thing.

    Is it too late in production to fix Sonic?

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    I saw the trailer for the live action Sonic the Hedgehog movie and... I'm conflicted. It has Jim Carrey chewing scenery like it's the late '90's again, it seems fun, but yet there is the walking abortion that is the CGI Sonic to ruin the whole goddamed thing.

    Is it too late in production to fix Sonic?
    Well, Disney keeps going back and forth as to whether or not Will Smith will be blue in the new live action Aladdin remake, so I think they could create some skins. If the teasers are only now just being released for the Sonic movie, they should be able to clean up that character's image.

    Then again, the WB had a hard time with Superman's mustache.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aparch View Post
    I saw the trailer for the live action Sonic the Hedgehog movie and... I'm conflicted. It has Jim Carrey chewing scenery like it's the late '90's again, it seems fun, but yet there is the walking abortion that is the CGI Sonic to ruin the whole goddamed thing.

    Is it too late in production to fix Sonic?
    https://www.nintendolife.com/news/201..._movie_trailer

    Carrey looks to be back in form. Iím excited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aparch View Post
    I saw the trailer for the live action Sonic the Hedgehog movie and... I'm conflicted. It has Jim Carrey chewing scenery like it's the late '90's again, it seems fun, but yet there is the walking abortion that is the CGI Sonic to ruin the whole goddamed thing.

    Is it too late in production to fix Sonic?
    It sounds like what you want to "fix" is the entire premise and selling point.

    Disney knows what it's doing. It's making a movie for the morons. Let the morons have their fun; run it 24 hours for free on Election Day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    It sounds like what you want to "fix" is the entire premise and selling point.

    Disney knows what it's doing. It's making a movie for the morons. Let the morons have their fun; run it 24 hours for free on Election Day.
    I thought Paramount was a CBS/Viacom property, and not Disney?

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    I thought Paramount was a CBS/Viacom property, and not Disney?
    Sorry, I conflated our media overlords.

    At this point I just assume Disney or Google controls everything that goes into my eyeballs.
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    Then again, the WB had a hard time with Superman's mustache.
    Not much...that was part of the reshoots not the regular cinemtography.
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    Was going to previously mention the previews before Endgame for the Aladdin live action and Lion King. Ugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
    https://www.nintendolife.com/news/201..._movie_trailer

    Carrey looks to be back in form. Iím excited.
    On one hand, James Marsden gets a lot of crap roles. On the other hand, he never ages. So it's a wash.

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