Trailer Catch All

ClockworkHouse wrote:

What if Zootopia but magical creatures! And dudes. Gotta have the dudes.

I was thinking Suburban Shrek.

One of these days they're going to invent a streaming service that doesn't have that one thing I have to see.

The subsequent Terminator movies are fine.

Also, at this rate, Linda Hamilton and Ron Perlman will reboot Beauty and the Beast.

Well, I'm never going to be too old for dick jokes.

muraii wrote:

The subsequent Terminator movies are fine.

Also, at this rate, Linda Hamilton and Ron Perlman will reboot Beauty and the Beast.

The one with Emilia Clarke, Genisys, was really really bad. I kind of liked Salvation (mostly because I had always wanted a movie that took place after judgement day). Terminator 3 was ok.

They should have gotten Linda Hamilton to guest star in an episode of Game of Thrones just so they could have had all three Sarah Connors in a scene together

Ford V Ferrari looks pretty bad really. They try to deliver lines with impact but they feel flat. I didn't want to go to war after that corporate person said to and I didn't feel like the racing was spectacular. It feels like the kind of movie Bale and Damon had to make for some obscure contractual reason.

Ad Astra

farley3k wrote:

Ford V Ferrari looks pretty bad really. They try to deliver lines with impact but they feel flat. I didn't want to go to war after that corporate person said to and I didn't feel like the racing was spectacular. It feels like the kind of movie Bale and Damon had to make for some obscure contractual reason.

There are numerous documentaries on this that are likely more enjoyable than a hollywood dramatization of it.

Unfortunately none of them seem to be on Netflix.

Here is one on Amazon Prime

There is also an episode of Top Gear or Grand Tour where James May does a nice recap of the race and the corporate squabbling that brought it about.

Cold Blood

Brittany Runs A Marathon
*Surprisingly good looking.

Gestalt confirmed. I'm hopeful it'll be good.

Hmmmm... I don't know if I like some of the basic changes they seem to be making in that trailer. Without giving away any spoilers, there was no real connection between the powers people get and their biology. It's not a gene, it's purely supernatural. They even point out that for the most part, as long as you had a power that didn't actually add to your body, autopsies performed after death on powered individuals usually yielded no information as to what caused them to have powers. It's not as bad as making the Envoy Corps. an extinct terrorist group in Altered Carbon, but its enough that I'm more skeptical now that I've seen the trailer.

That being said, I'ma watch it anyway!

I am not yet healed since the Counterpart incident. I don't know if I can trust Starz yet.

BadKen wrote:

I am not yet healed since the Counterpart incident. I don't know if I can trust Starz yet.

? Counterpart was amazing!

Yeah, and then it was cancelled!

Seth Green wrote, directed, stars in a thing. Available now limited theatrical release, iTunes, Amazon, on demand.

I would watch that.

Frozen 2

Both Frozen II and Changeland look amazing.

The Banana Splits

FNAF more like.

Baron Of Hell wrote:

The Banana Splits

FNAF more like.

What. The. f*ck.

My childhood reborn

Edit: and then I watch the trailer...wtf??

Veloxi wrote:
Baron Of Hell wrote:

The Banana Splits

FNAF more like.

What. The. f*ck.

I'm in. It reminds me of Killer Klowns from Outer Space.

Doctor Sleep

Veloxi wrote:
Baron Of Hell wrote:

The Banana Splits

FNAF more like.

What. The. f*ck.

I...................... Well. Erm................................

farley3k wrote:

Doctor Sleep

Directed and co-written by Mike Flanagan, who has done some of the most amazing psychohorror in the past decade: Absentia, Oculus, Hush, Before I Wake, Gerald's Game, and the character-driven Netflix horror series Haunting of Hill House.

I am so there.

ranalin wrote:

My childhood reborn

Edit: and then I watch the trailer...wtf??

That's how I remember that show. Maybe with less fire.

BadKen wrote:
farley3k wrote:

Doctor Sleep

Directed and co-written by Mike Flanagan, who has done some of the most amazing psychohorror in the past decade: Absentia, Oculus, Hush, Before I Wake, Gerald's Game, and the character-driven Netflix horror series Haunting of Hill House.

I am so there.

When I saw the thumbnail, I was like "oh, hey! It reminds of that other movie". Then I saw the trailer and I was, "well that's some balls you got; that's one of Hollywood's most respected movies by one of Hollywood's most worshiped directors. Nice pedestal you picked to tapdance".

But if Flanagan is as good as you say; this will be worth a watch.
This will be 2017's It good, or 2017's The Dark Tower bad.

Stephen King decided to tap dance on his own pedestal first, so I feel like an adaptation of his Shining sequel was inevitable. I'm more curious to see if Doctor Sleep follows the story of the novel or the movie; Kubrick certainly took some liberties with King's original, but it's his version that's better-known.