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70mm | Episode 63: ALI 12 films
70mm | Episode 62: SPEED RACER 11 films
70mm | Episode 61: KING KONG 1933 16 films
Blockbusted: Biggest box office bombs 119 films
Ranked in order of biggest lost (Adjusted for inflation)
70mm | Episode 59: METROPOLIS 19 films
Come in and know me better man! Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol like you have never seen it before! Guided by Gonzo Dickens and Rizzo the Rat, we follow the dubious Christmas Eve night of one Ebenezer Scrooge, the grimmest, greediest, undisputed master of the underhanded deed, the sneering, heartless, cruelest penny-pinching, wage squelching money-lender in all of London. On Christmas Eve night he is visited by his former partners Jacob and Robert Marley who warn him of his future…
The reality of it all is that there is not just one Spider-man, but endless Spider-people across dimensions in all shapes and sizes. In one dimension there is Miles Morales, a teenager who is bit by a radioactive spider and takes the mantel of the existing Spider-man when Peter Parker stops a super-collider from tearing their dimension apart but is killed by Kingpin in the process. In doing so, a rift between multiple dimensions opens up and a handful of…
The year is 1995, 11 years since Sarah Connor survived and destroyed the Terminator sent from the future to kill her. Since then Sarah has attempted to alter the future and stop Skynet from ever coming online, but in doing this she has gotten herself arrested and imprisoned in a mental institution. Meanwhile her son John is in Los Angeles under the care of foster parents. Further meanwhile, two terminators are traveling from the future to the past with different…
You know the name, Billy the Kid, but do you know the story? John Tunstall runs a small ranch and hires young misfits who need a break in life. He gives a William H. Bonney a second chance on his ranch and an escape from a life of crime. But life turns ugly when the dominant rancher of the territory, L. G. Murphy, has Tunstall killed. Witnessing the murder, Tunstall’s hired hands, his regulators, seek to enact justice on Murphy…
Two influential people calmly discuss their opposing world views in some fantastic locations, using a razor sharp script that explores the past to reveal why they think the way they do, and what regrets they harbor.
In short, this is the Batman V Superman I would make if Warner Bros. let me.
Formally apologizing to Zack Snyder for wanting him gone after that dreadful BvS. I'm fully ready for a Knightmare experience, even though it sounds like it's officially over for him and DC. That Flash scene at the end got me real good.
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Not my favorite muppet movie or even necessarily a great Christmas movie, but I watch it every year and I enjoy it every time.
It has the quintessential muppet songs with silly lyrics and singing muppet vegetables. It has Michael Caine terrorizing muppetkind. It has rats in Hawaiian Luau. All the ingredients for a perfect muppet experience.
Also in this viewing it was solidified in my mind that Miss Piggy is my favorite muppet. I eagerly await her appearance on the screen. Her presence, determined will, and her bravery to confront Scrooge continues to inspire me.
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An instant classic that is arguably the best superhero film and one that pushes the boundaries of what can be done in animation.
This is the type superhero stories we need. Thank you to everyone who was involved in making this ❤️
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