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Comment Archives: stories: Film

Re: “Hardcore, Now You See Me 2, Tale of Tales among new home entertainment titles

Thanks for this. Horror films are definitely my favorite. These reviews added some new movies to my list.

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Posted by Fear Films on 07/24/2018 at 1:29 PM

Re: “Sorry to Bother You: Worth the Hassle

"assault on capitalism, consumerism, racism and other unpleasant -isms that have come to define these United States of America"

These things only define the USA to people who don't understand history or who have been indoctrinated by far left "liberalism" (not liberalism at all) into believing they are victims. They don't understand the reality of the world they live in, and how much better western civilization has made it for everyone.

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Posted by Mark Beronte on 07/15/2018 at 6:49 PM

Re: “Fences, Kiss of Death, Red Dawn among new home entertainment titles

I'm a liberal and a militant leftist and I enjoyed Red Dawn when it came out and I enjoy it now. And the reason you would

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Posted by John Smith 2 on 06/06/2018 at 8:24 AM

Re: “Black Panther, Die Hard, It's Alive Trilogy among new home entertainment titles

I always thouht Denzel Washington deserved an oscar nod for his performance in Philadelphia. But Die Hard with a Vengeance is far from "So So". That was the best of all the sequels. 2 just tried too much to be like the original. However I still enjoy watching it. To me. Live Free was so so. That last one was shit. I'm sure everyone can agree on that.

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Posted by Lou Skunt on 06/01/2018 at 2:55 PM

Re: “Everybody into the Deadpool 2

Deadpool 2 can be called a film that needs each moment of your complete attention, straight through to the post-credits scene that is inspired- and it completely merits it.

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Posted by Amar Kayam on 05/22/2018 at 4:26 AM

Re: “Cowboy, The Peanuts Movie, Room among new home entertainment titles

Thanks for writing, Titus. Admittedly, I saw the film theatrically back in the day as a teenager and didn't care for it then, either. Then again, I can't recall if there was anybody else in attendance, so it's possible it was basically the same as being viewed alone at home. :) But I agree about Gene Kelly: Watching him dance is always one of life's great pleasures.


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Posted by Matt Brunson on 04/12/2018 at 6:02 PM

Re: “Cowboy, The Peanuts Movie, Room among new home entertainment titles

I'm so sad to see you weren't into Xanadu. It's certainly a weird one and probably doesn't do well being viewed alone at home. My guess is that's why it has its cult following because when you see it on the big screen surrounded by people all buying into the ridiculousness, it can hit ya kinda hard. Plus, the look on Gene Kelly's face when he's dancing makes you just fall in love with him. So genuinely happy to be doing what he's doing. We should all be so lucky.

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Posted by Titus on 04/12/2018 at 3:05 PM

Re: “A Wrinkle in Time Misses Who, What and Why

This review is exactly how i felt. My kids liked it but i was bored out of my mind

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Posted by Tee Bee on 03/13/2018 at 9:04 AM

Re: “A Wrinkle in Time Misses Who, What and Why

That's a shame. I LOVED Wrinkle and a Swiftly Tilting Planet as a kid, but the movie trailers left me a little cold. Still seeing it though.

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Posted by Emiene Wright on 03/09/2018 at 9:07 PM

Re: “Black Panther springs into action

Thanks for writing, Tylyn Hyshaw. You are absolutely right. No one who wants to see a certain movie is going to let one critic's review (and a positive one, at that!) deter him, meaning M.G. never had the slightest intention of seeing the film in the first place. As for N.M. Hill, I gave many reasons throughout the review as to why the movie was good, but, predictably, he solely moaned over the film having a black cast and black director. Fortunately, with its record-setting weekend gross, this fine picture doesn't need any help from those crackers who object to its very existence!

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Posted by Matt Brunson on 02/20/2018 at 5:53 PM

Re: “Black Panther springs into action

M.G if you let a critic who doesn't like Trump or his supporters stop you from seeing a movie you really want to see, then maybe you never planned on see it in the theaters in the first place. That's your right, but don't blame a critic that has nothing to do with the film who gave it a good review.

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Posted by Tylyn Hyshaw on 02/20/2018 at 1:53 PM

Re: “Black Panther springs into action

Mr. Brunson, I am a retired Marine Officer who now does government affairs in DC for multiple development sectors, including the movie theater sector. I also happen to have two graduate degrees, have circumnavigated the globe twice, have lived abroad (prior to the military) and experienced dozens of world cultures first-hand. I also happen to be a Trump supporter. I am NOT a white supremacists, a mouth-breathing simpleton or any other derogatory name to wish to throw around carelessly from your comfortable little bubble of a world. Because I was so offended by your statements (and frustrated by your complete ignorance of the fact you are epitomizing everything you disdain), I didn't even finish your review. I have been looking forward to seeing this movie and taking my children (yes, white children). Now I may wait and when asked why I did not see it in the theaters, I will point to you. You foolish little child.

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Posted by M.G. on 02/20/2018 at 12:18 PM

Re: “Black Panther springs into action

So, like most liberals, communist, racists and Democrats - or am I being ridiculously redundant and repetitive here by actually separating the four factions? - You give the movie a high rating based on nothing other than the fact that it has a black director and a predominately black cast.

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Posted by N.M. Hill on 02/20/2018 at 8:40 AM

Re: “Black Panther springs into action

I think that it was poor made or not enough thought put into the motion picture

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Posted by Lee Coleman on 02/20/2018 at 5:34 AM

Re: “Call Me by Your Name: That's Amore

Thanks for writing, Wendy. Agreed; I felt it was important to mention the Perlman family's Jewish roots, as that plays a major role in the film. And I don't know about the mainstream media, but I've been seeing many articles from alternative sites detailing how CMBYN is as much a breakthrough Jewish film as a breakthrough LGBTQ film.

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Posted by Matt Brunson on 02/07/2018 at 5:35 PM

Re: “Call Me by Your Name: That's Amore

BTW, did you know that Timothe Chalamet is Jewish? His mother, who is American, is Jewish.

I mention this because the mainstream media is pathologically obsessed with exactly only one half of his background, French, and categorically refuses to mention his other half, Jewish. Even though his character in this movie isn't French - he's Jewish, and spends half the movie wearing a Star of David.

So if not now, when? In fact, Call Me By Your Name is the rare major film where three actors of Jewish heritage (Chalamet, Hammer, Stuhlbarg), play Jewish characters in the leads.

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Posted by Wendy Moss on 02/07/2018 at 3:18 PM

Re: “The Birth of a Nation: Not Black and White

Historical truth: American slaveholders treated their negroes (and that is almost always the word they used) not as valuable property, but as useful property. Slaves were valuable only so long as they remained useful. While a healthy young woman might be worth almost as much as the house she was bought to take care of, her value would decline greatly with age and attitude. A disrespectful old woman had almost no value - in one case I've read the original records of, the old woman was sold for less than 1% of her original purchase price; an old cow sold at the same auction for about 9 times more than her.

Posted by Chris on 02/02/2018 at 8:10 PM

Re: “Call Me by Your Name: That's Amore

such a beautiful film! i absolutely loved it.

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Posted by Sam on 01/21/2018 at 2:14 AM

Re: “Star Wars: The Last Jedi: A Force to be reckoned with

"that riveting Trade Federation chat that opens The Phantom Menace, though"

You needed that chat to set the plot table for the 3 prequels.

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Posted by Richard Paone on 01/05/2018 at 10:41 AM

Re: “Towering performance elevates Downsizing

THANK YOU for putting Hong Chau front and center! The film sprawled, as most films over two hours do. Without her spiky presence, and her role as Matt Damon's conscience, the movie would have been incomprehensible.

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Posted by giuliana on 12/26/2017 at 3:44 PM

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