Just finished it. Aside from improvements in fight choreography, this move absolutely stands the test of time. It has numerous intriguing storylines and it's easy to see why it's cited by several directors as inspiration. I consider it the Seinfeld of movies (i.e., doing many classic scenes before they were classic).
I want to watch a movie that is truly terrifying and/or makes you think deeply. I think psychological horror is probably my favorite. Anything really good relating to that? submitted by At_Work1101 [link] [8 comments]
The Fantastic FourÂ cast has joined Cara Delevingne and other stars whoâve tacked awkward situations while promoting their films in interviews.Â
BuzzFeed was one of the first to report on the uncomfortable exchange between Steven J. Rickman of
Do you guys know of any recurring themes, easter eggs, or anything else that appears in multiple James Bond movies? I'm about to watch them all, and I thought there might be something that I could look out for when I am watching them. submitted by MrIsten [link] [13 comments]