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    Quote Originally Posted by Brenthoven View Post
    Again, who gives a rat's arse? It's a comedic bit. Some comics touch on all taboo things, in a (hopefully) funny way. If anything, blame the Academy for not doing their research and choosing a non-controversial person.
    So you're saying all of these tweets that I posted a link to are some sort of stand up comedy routine?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SonofSouthie View Post
    So you're saying all of these tweets that I posted a link to are some sort of stand up comedy routine?
    It could be. Some comics stay "in the moment" so to speak. And if not, he said himself apologies were already made in the past, and he's grown as a person, and those tweets/comments are not who he is now.

    I'm not a fan of Hart, I don't think he's really funny, but I won't hold him hostage for stuff he said years ago if that's not who he is currently.

    Edit: Calling someone a "gaylord" was a huge insult in grade school when I was growing up. Should that affect a person's career later? No, unless that person hasn't changed.
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    Watched Tully last night and enjoyed it. But maybe you have to have two or three kids.

    Charlize Theron will do fluff, but she can also handle serious roles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burd View Post
    Watched Tully last night and enjoyed it. But maybe you have to have two or three kids.

    Charlize Theron will do fluff, but she can also handle serious roles.
    Charlize is awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brenthoven View Post
    Charlize is awesome.
    Yes! Her performance in the movie about serial killer Eileen Wournos(sp?) was stunning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by solovsfett View Post
    Yes! Her performance in the movie about serial killer Eileen Wournos(sp?) was stunning.
    Devil's Advocate, awesome, and even Hancock, awesome.
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    I saw The Green Book...very good film and the acting is superb out of both Ali and Viggo.
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    The NYTs stopped sucking for 5 minutes!
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    Nah, they still suck. Maggie has to go.
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    Nah, they still suck. Maggie has to go.
    Just blow them up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brenthoven View Post
    Devil's Advocate, awesome, and even Hancock, awesome.
    I need to re-watch Devilís Advocate, I only saw it once

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    Quote Originally Posted by solovsfett View Post
    I need to re-watch Devilís Advocate, I only saw it once
    Pacino is over the top, expected. Love the story, as twisted as it is.

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    Went in with ZERO expectations.
    Apparently my expectations were way too high.
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    Avengers trailer looks great! Hawkeye is back!!

    Star Wars teaser due this month, full trailer in April.

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    I'm not sure how I missed this, but Once Upon A Deadpool.....yeah, gonna make the rare venture out to a theater for this one. Good God, the trailers alone are awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brenthoven View Post
    I'm not sure how I missed this, but Once Upon A Deadpool.....yeah, gonna make the rare venture out to a theater for this one. Good God, the trailers alone are awesome.
    That's just Deadpool 2 that was released back in May. Or am I missing something here, like a new cut of the movie?
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    Quote Originally Posted by St. Clown View Post
    That's just Deadpool 2 that was released back in May. Or am I missing something here, like a new cut of the movie?
    Yep. Deadpool 2 but slightly re-cut. They cleaned it up a touch to get a PG-13 rating ("Because Disney!"), and then added in his kidnapping of Fred Savage for a completely beaten over the head with a frying pan homage to The Princess Bride.

    Also, $1 of each ticket sold goes to Reynold's F*$# Cancer foundation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aparch View Post
    Yep. Deadpool 2 but slightly re-cut. They cleaned it up a touch to get a PG-13 rating ("Because Disney!"), and then added in his kidnapping of Fred Savage for a completely beaten over the head with a frying pan homage to The Princess Bride.

    Also, $1 of each ticket sold goes to Reynold's F*$# Cancer foundation.
    I just found that info on Rotten Tomatoes and was coming to post it.

    https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/once_upon_a_deadpool
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    What does Disney have to do with it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    What does Disney have to do with it?
    I don't think it's a Disney thing at all as the whole production of the updated scenes would've been show a while ago. It's likely the interwebs are voicing their fears about what Disney might do to various movie franchises that aren't kid-parent approved.
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    Fox had long pushed for the oft stalled Deadpool project to be a PG-13 rating to fit with the other X-Men (and superhero movies). Reynolds, once attached to the project, knew that it had to have the edgier R rating for gore/language to be true to the source.

    The joke about "And Disney!" is more pointed toward the Fox-Disney merger and how FOX has the darker/less "marketable" films where the mouse is famously kid friendly for movies. And is the home of the faces of Marvel.

    (The edgier Disney films for the last 30 years were always distributed under the Touchstone Pictures label).
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