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I'm fairly certain I saw someone posting about this movie an trashing it as SJW filth in this thread when it came out... so I just skipped over it. Last weekend it was on sale for a 99 cent rental on Xbox so I said what they hell an checked it out. I thought it was a fun movie and I'm glad I watched it. There was maybe a lil girl power with the villager chick but nothing outrageous.....

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(07-24-2019 04:22 PM)Richard Turpin Wrote:  Damn, terrible news that Rutger Hauer has died at 75. He was always one of my favourite actors, so watchable no matter how bad the movie was! Very underrated. He'll always be Roy Batty of course (gonna get drunk and watch Blade Runner at the weekend in tribute). But great performances in The Hitcher and Ladyhawke too. They don't make them like Rutger Hauer anymore, that's for sure.

One of my favorite movies growing up had Rutger Hauer playing a blind swordsman who was a Vietnam vet that was injured in the jungle. I think it was called Blind Fury or something like that. It was a late 80's action flick and I remember he was pretty badass as the hero in the movie.
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Oblivious to the fact that Rutger Hauer recently passed away, I watched the directors cut of Blade Runner tonight. It's been on my Netflix que for a month and I decided to watch it. Man what a movie and what a performance. I just put two and two together after watching a YouTube video an seeing people in the comments talking about his passing.

Super Spoilers and better left to watch in the full context of the movie..... but here it is anyway. Gave me the chills when I watched it tonight, he died in 2019 just like his character in Blade Runner...




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RIP Rutger Hauer. The Hitcher was a good movie:



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(07-25-2019 10:22 PM)WalterBlack Wrote:  RIP Rutger Hauer. The Hitcher was a good movie

I wonder whether whether the "Hitcher" did to hitchhiking what "Deliverance" did to camping. After the film "Deliverance" was released, the sale of camping equipment declined dramatically. I suppose that campers were afraid of getting butt-raped by toothless hillbillies.

Quote:Sales of camping equipment plummeted and the Appalachian camping industry was nearly bankrupted following the film's release.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0068473/trivia
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(07-25-2019 10:34 PM)Tail Gunner Wrote:  
(07-25-2019 10:22 PM)WalterBlack Wrote:  RIP Rutger Hauer. The Hitcher was a good movie

I wonder whether whether the "Hitcher" did to hitchhiking what "Deliverance" did to camping. After the film "Deliverance" was released, the sale of camping equipment declined dramatically. I suppose that campers were afraid of getting butt-raped by toothless hillbillies.

Quote:Sales of camping equipment plummeted and the Appalachian camping industry was nearly bankrupted following the film's release.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0068473/trivia

Yeah, I'm old enough to remember the movie first coming out and as a teen renting it from the local video store. The Hitcher had massive word of mouth and was always being rented out (those were the days!). Yes, there was a flurry of tabloid stories about Hitcher-like reality stories and everyone was very conscious of the dangers (although hitchhiking was never big in the UK anyway).

I don't want to spoil things for those who still haven't seen it, but the movie had a real shock scene, in the same manner of 'Seven'! One of those scenes, you couldn't believe was really happening at the time!

The entire movie is on Youtube I've just noticed. Although this is (unlike any modern film) something you'd be happy to pay for and proud to own.

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(07-25-2019 10:34 PM)Tail Gunner Wrote:  
(07-25-2019 10:22 PM)WalterBlack Wrote:  RIP Rutger Hauer. The Hitcher was a good movie

I wonder whether whether the "Hitcher" did to hitchhiking what "Deliverance" did to camping. After the film "Deliverance" was released, the sale of camping equipment declined dramatically. I suppose that campers were afraid of getting butt-raped by toothless hillbillies.

Quote:Sales of camping equipment plummeted and the Appalachian camping industry was nearly bankrupted following the film's release.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0068473/trivia

Back then, most people were mostly worrying about Jaws.

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(07-26-2019 11:37 AM)debeguiled Wrote:  
(07-25-2019 10:34 PM)Tail Gunner Wrote:  
(07-25-2019 10:22 PM)WalterBlack Wrote:  RIP Rutger Hauer. The Hitcher was a good movie

I wonder whether whether the "Hitcher" did to hitchhiking what "Deliverance" did to camping. After the film "Deliverance" was released, the sale of camping equipment declined dramatically. I suppose that campers were afraid of getting butt-raped by toothless hillbillies.

Quote:Sales of camping equipment plummeted and the Appalachian camping industry was nearly bankrupted following the film's release.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0068473/trivia

Back then, most people were mostly worrying about Jaws.

"Jaws" was released three years later. But good point. "Deliverance" chased people out of the woods and onto the beaches. Then "Jaws" chased people off the beaches. Of course, no one actually wanted to travel to either place because of Steven Spielberg's first film, "The Duel."





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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is not one of Quentin Tarantino's better movies BUT (and this is a BIG BUT) in today's constant onslaught of force-fed wokeness, to be dropped into a world and story that has NO...WOKE...ELEMENTS in it is like an entertainment oasis. And for those who may not like his approach to violence, despite the framing device of the Manson murders, it's probably his LEAST violent movie.

So you will not be blown away by this movie, but it's worth seeing.

Of course, SJWs are already REEEEing over every perceived misogynist slight in this picture (despite the fact it also has no sex in it despite a scene at the Playboy mansion), but I give Tarantino props for "rejecting their hypothesis".
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Just for the reference, what would be tarantino's better (or even good) movie(s) ?
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The last minute was sad and beautiful. Good things in order to stay good have to end.



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(07-28-2019 06:10 AM)Oberrheiner Wrote:  Just for the reference, what would be tarantino's better (or even good) movie(s) ?

If you're asking because you haven't seen any yet, I think Kill Bill 2 is his best movie. Of course, you have to watch Kill Bill 1 first, but it's much deeper. Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction have great reputations but Kill Bill is sort of his Physical Graffiti, where everything he wanted to say creatively came together, but it's almost too much, an embarrassment of riches. It also has the best soundtrack of preexisting music in the history of cinema.





I haven't seen Django or Hateful Eight but I just think his strength is in taking schlocky B-movie elements and elevating them. In Once Upon a Time in Hollywood he really didn't do that. In Kill Bill, he "showed" his love of the medium in the way he mashed up his influence. But in Once Upon a Time, he "tells" by it being about Hollywood itself. I didn't need him to tell me he loves Hollywood (at least the pre-woke Hollywood). I already knew that. I'd have rather he used his filmic knowledge to tell a new story. But again, this is a non-woke movie and therefore is a breath of fresh air.
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(07-28-2019 07:44 AM)questor70 Wrote:  
(07-28-2019 06:10 AM)Oberrheiner Wrote:  Just for the reference, what would be tarantino's better (or even good) movie(s) ?

If you're asking because you haven't seen any yet, I think Kill Bill 2 is his best movie. Of course, you have to watch Kill Bill 1 first, but it's much deeper. Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction have great reputations but Kill Bill is sort of his Physical Graffiti, where everything he wanted to say creatively came together, but it's almost too much, an embarrassment of riches. It also has the best soundtrack of preexisting music in the history of cinema.





I haven't seen Django or Hateful Eight but I just think his strength is in taking schlocky B-movie elements and elevating them. In Once Upon a Time in Hollywood he really didn't do that. In Kill Bill, he "showed" his love of the medium in the way he mashed up his influence. But in Once Upon a Time, he "tells" by it being about Hollywood itself. I didn't need him to tell me he loves Hollywood (at least the pre-woke Hollywood). I already knew that. I'd have rather he used his filmic knowledge to tell a new story. But again, this is a non-woke movie and therefore is a breath of fresh air.
Hateful Eight is a film where he just relaxes compared to previous films. Django I was astonished by how well done it was. It's fair against everyone. And it shows that Tarantino is the least racist person specifically cause he actually interacts with other races. Anyone that calls people racist, meanwhile, but is stuck in their homogenous environment in Hollywood or anywhere else, are hypocritical liars. Relating comes from normal human interaction, and these people need to practice what they preach.

I am going to go see the movie today. I've been needing a down-to-earth, masculine movie for a while and something free of agendas.
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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was quite a movie. It's more of a sit down and just relax kind of movie rather than trying to invoke anything meaningful, which is fine. I have also long accepted that Tarantino likes to do short stories with his films rather than have an overarching plot to focus on. Everyone has their own ways of storytelling. I want to give a shout out to Leon DeCaprio and Brad Pitt. Leon just shoots it through the roof everytime. His acting is amazing and I feel like he is being wasted in this non masculine environment out in LA right now. Brad Pitt had that Kurt Russell look going throughout the entire film. And it works, too. I'm probably too young to understand a lot of the love given to a lot of 60s elements and Hollywood in general, but I did like how Tarantino embellished the entire film with continuous spots to the past. I'm sure people old enough would appreciate the stuff a lot more than I did, who simply saw it as more of a 60s settings on a life drama spin on Hollywood. I very much enjoyed the heckling of hippies, and I could tell it was somewhat Tarantino attacking the current deep state of the film oligarchs. One thing I'm still trying to interpret is a scene where a little girl actress is reading a biography on Walt Disney and said he was a genius. Either Tarantino loved Disney, or he's saying something else. It just felt odd how those two were planted, but that's mostly cause I'm familiar with Tarantino enough to know when he deliberately places things to send a message that isn't immediately shown.

Overall, a good film to go and spend an evening on.

Now on to the main event: the previews. The previews are a great showing of what current Hollywood's plans are for the future. I felt like whoever the target audience was for them was not the same who had came to see this film. It was so full of feminist agenda, I don't know where to start.

Hustlers

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This is a film about a bunch of strippers who get jealous of the rich guys who are also their customers, so these four or so girls work up a scheme to start stealing money from them while complaining that these "rich guys" is taking advantage of everyone in this anti-capitalist rant. This is but one of the white man-hating trend you will see throughout the rest of the previews. We'll get to those soon. What astonishes me is how this is the second movie in recent time where women are stealing something from rich white people. Kind of a destructive message to send to your audience, unless said audience happens to already have those kinds of thoughts.

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One of the side actors from Black Panther, and another black actress going on what is a Bonnie & Clyde trip. If you think it sounds cool from that, it's not as great as you believe. The preview starts off by showing a cop stop with the cop in the wrong with pulling out his gun as the black woman gets out like an idiot and starts heckling the cop for frisking her boyfriend. The black guy tackles the cop to stop him from shooting her, then he shoots the cop. They go on the run. The tone is set to be a drama, empowerment message rather than a thriller, so already it destroys any kind of coolness that would have came from the premise alone. Throw the Black Panther "black power" fist raise near the end. Overall, black people, rise up and fuck the police. Thank you, Hollywood.

The Kitchen

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Oh boy, hold on to your butts, cause it gets even crazier. I actually didn't get what this movie was about from the previews. All it was showing was these three old women saying "we need to teach them how to become men" or something, and taking charge by holding guns and looking smug. So I went to google to get an official synopsis:

Quote:When gangster husbands wind up in prison in the 1970s, their wives take over their organization and become Hell's Kitchen's most powerful mobsters.

Whether the title is meant to be mocking or satirical, I cannot say amidst the sheer women power message that was being thrown at me, so on to the next one.

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I really do not have to comment on this. All I will say is that it's as feminist as you expect it to be, in addition to a side character female who is considered one of the smartest programmers in the world. Yes, you have my permission to go ahead and laugh. It's a shame Patrick Stewart is wasted on this film, but I have already accepted that he's a SJW fighter. As a bonus, in the film, they say "who is this handsome nerd", who happens to be this beta boy looking guy who is shorter than the women. Talk about emasculation.

Mr. Rogers (Tom Hank)

Not much to say about this. Mostly for nostalgia and women audiences from the looks of it. Looks like something you watch on Life. I do not think a movie about him makes sense. Should have been a documentary instead.

Good Boys

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And now the main event. If you want to see our culture going down the drain, look no further than this movie. I have not liked the tone nor the message of this movie based on the trailers so far. To try to pinpoint why, I took a gander to South Park, which has child characters saying swear words and engaging in similar toilet/ adult situations. I don't enjoy a lot of South Park, but I never felt like they were doing an injustice to the culture. What I realized is that in the end, South Park is fictional. The people playing the kids in the show are adults. In this film, these are actual kids saying and engaging in the language, including the little girl who says deragatory and sexual stuff and I don't think she is past the age of 8.

Good Boys is a very big alarm going off in terms of Hollywood's attack on children. It has all these elements for kids and teens without having anything else that would make adults watching it, showing who their obvious target audience are. In addition, neither of the kids look normal. The kid on the left has a dyke haircut, the kid in the middle is your typical short beta of the group, and the black guy, despite being tallest, is fat and speaks feminine. There is no amount of "Boys" coming from them. It's like a lesbian wrote them.

This movie is one of the final attacks on the front that is still somewhat standing in America. The left has went after our family and destroyed it. They went after heterosexuality and destroyed it. They went after our traditions and tore statues down. And with none of those obstacles in the way, our children are now laid bare for any and all attacks. The moment they get our children, they win.

And as a bonus to who is making this film:

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I see a lot of big noses.

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It's time to start really paying attention to what media our loved ones consume because the attack is already happening. They've shown their weapons. And if they aren't stopped, we're not looking good on the masculine, order front or the family front.
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I suspect there will be a lot of sexualization of the kids in "Good Boys." Tons of penis references and masturbation jokes, maybe even one of the boys in a compromising position. My guess is fully naked with only his hands covering himself. This will not only illustrate Hollywood's perversion and highlight the number of fag pedophiles, but also dehumanize boys as fodder for comedy where their insecurities, embarrassments, and pain will be played for laughs when any portrayal of girls in a similar way would result in boycotts and national outrage...that is, on the near zero percent chance a movie using young girls as the punchline would ever be made.
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(07-28-2019 09:30 PM)la bodhisattva Wrote:  I suspect there will be a lot of sexualization of the kids in "Good Boys." Tons of penis references and masturbation jokes, maybe even one of the boys in a compromising position. My guess is fully naked with only his hands covering himself. This will not only illustrate Hollywood's perversion and highlight the number of fag pedophiles, but also dehumanize boys as fodder for comedy where their insecurities, embarrassments, and pain will be played for laughs when any portrayal of girls in a similar way would result in boycotts and national outrage...that is, on the near zero percent chance a movie using young girls as the punchline would ever be made.
The trailer already shows all three of the boys swinging on their parent's bondage gear and it being decorated as "funny" then the little girl walks in and says "What are you doing? That's what mom and day do sex stuff on."
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Well fuck me. All I knew about the movie was what you had described above. Watching the trailer would definitely lower my expectations even further.
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Try to make it to the end.
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Seth Rogen is wellknown for making tasteless movies. It's his schtick and I guess he has a following but I'm sure as hell not part of it.

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As far as Leo and the kid, that scene, and maybe the entire move, is probably intended to embody Tarantino's fear of losing his edge and his relevance to the next generation. The old vs. young conflict is accentuated to the point of farce by having her be a child prodigy.
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(07-25-2019 09:23 PM)Cr33pin Wrote:  Oblivious to the fact that Rutger Hauer recently passed away, I watched the directors cut of Blade Runner tonight. It's been on my Netflix que for a month and I decided to watch it. Man what a movie and what a performance. I just put two and two together after watching a YouTube video an seeing people in the comments talking about his passing.

Super Spoilers and better left to watch in the full context of the movie..... but here it is anyway. Gave me the chills when I watched it tonight, he died in 2019 just like his character in Blade Runner...




"The light that burns twice as bright burns half as long - and you have burned so very, very brightly, Roy." RIP

Rutger actually wrote that monologue and Ridley Scott let him use it.

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The first Rutger Hauer movie I ever saw is also one of my favorite movies ever and is called “Hobo With a Shotgun”. It was spawned from the fake previews within the Canadian version of the Tarantino/Rodriguez movie “Grindhouse”.

I love grungy B-movies like these. The premise of “Hobo” is pretty silly - a homeless man gets fed up with the decay in society so goes on a killing spree with a shotgun - but it’s entertaining as hell and has some good combat scenes.

Definitely worth checking out for people that like movies that don’t take themselves too seriously.
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Once upon a Time in Hollywood

Generally liked this movie. The only SJW moment is the little girl who seemed like the token strong independent women. It wasn't that bad though and only a few minutes long. I've heard they wont even greenlight your movie these days without some SJW thrown in, so this was it. Definitely no love for the hippies in this movie.

Hustlers - Looks like they put that piece of trash Cardi B in this movie. Is this based on her real life story of drugging and robbing men?

Good Boys - I feel like Superbad was ok because the kids/actors were over 18 and playing characters around 18. Seth Rogan has tried to take it further here and use "tweens" with even more degeneracy. I think after this trailer dropped even normies are waking up to the hollywood agenda to sexualize children.
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(07-25-2019 09:23 PM)Cr33pin Wrote:  Oblivious to the fact that Rutger Hauer recently passed away, I watched the directors cut of Blade Runner tonight. It's been on my Netflix que for a month and I decided to watch it. Man what a movie and what a performance. I just put two and two together after watching a YouTube video an seeing people in the comments talking about his passing.

Super Spoilers and better left to watch in the full context of the movie..... but here it is anyway. Gave me the chills when I watched it tonight, he died in 2019 just like his character in Blade Runner...




"The light that burns twice as bright burns half as long - and you have burned so very, very brightly, Roy." RIP

Rumors are that Rutger came up with the text for the death scene just a night before the shoot. Ridley Scott liked it so much better that he let him change it. Rutger Hauer is one of those actors who have such excellent creative input into a movie that the smarter directors profit from listening to them.

He died rather early and aged also rather quickly, guess he truly burned his candle brightly. RIP.
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The amount of REEEEEing going on over Tarantino's movie (like Grace Randolph's near-meltdown) is evidence enough that it's not SJW. If you see SJW it's because you've conditioned yourself to expect it rather than something that's really there.
07-29-2019 10:08 PM
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RE: The Movie Thread
(07-29-2019 07:17 PM)Simeon_Strangelight Wrote:  
(07-25-2019 09:23 PM)Cr33pin Wrote:  Oblivious to the fact that Rutger Hauer recently passed away, I watched the directors cut of Blade Runner tonight. It's been on my Netflix que for a month and I decided to watch it. Man what a movie and what a performance. I just put two and two together after watching a YouTube video an seeing people in the comments talking about his passing.

Super Spoilers and better left to watch in the full context of the movie..... but here it is anyway. Gave me the chills when I watched it tonight, he died in 2019 just like his character in Blade Runner...




"The light that burns twice as bright burns half as long - and you have burned so very, very brightly, Roy." RIP

Rumors are that Rutger came up with the text for the death scene just a night before the shoot. Ridley Scott liked it so much better that he let him change it. Rutger Hauer is one of those actors who have such excellent creative input into a movie that the smarter directors profit from listening to them.

He died rather early and aged also rather quickly, guess he truly burned his candle brightly. RIP.

on the video that Syberpunk posted a few days ago they said that they were racing against time to complete the shot before the light changed.

Scott(?) went to his trailer and said 'we need you ready' and when Hauer tried to talk about the lines he had just written a stressed out Scott waved him off "sure, sure .. just be ready"

At least that's how I recall what I watched a few days ago.
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