r/movies 8d ago

Official Discussion Megathread (Scream (2022) / The 355 / The Tragedy of Macbeth / Belle / Hotel Transylvania: Transformia)


r/movies 6d ago Wholesome

Recommendation What is the Best Film You Watched Last Week? (01/09/22-01/16/22)


The way this works is that you post a review of the best film you watched this week. It can be any new or old release that you want to talk about.

{REMINDER: The Threads Are Posted On Sunday Mornings. If Not Pinned, They Will Still Be Available in the Sub.}

Here are some rules:

1. Check to see if your favorite film of last week has been posted already.

2. Please post your favorite film of last week.

3. Explain why you enjoyed your film.

4. ALWAYS use SPOILER TAGS: [Instructions]

5. Best Submissions can display their [Letterboxd Accts] the following week.

Last Week's Best Submissions:

Film User/[LB/Web*] Film User/[LBxd]
"Swan Song” MistakeMaker1234 "American Honey” Alligator_Fuck_Party
"Red Rocket" [mikeyfresh] “The Family Fang” [JoeLollo]
“The Hand of God” Doclillywhite “Europa Report” matthewbattista
“Tick, Tick…Boom!” Baacipitus "The Master” [Cw2e]
“One Shot” StudBoi69 “Stardust” SupaKoopa714
"The Worst Person in the World” [EvanPhillip] “Good Will Hunting” JerseyElephant
“The Kid Detective" yaboytim "Brazil” [Reinaldo_14]
“Corpus Christi” Planet_Eerie "Ordinary People” [KennyMovies]
“A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood" UpbeatxWave “Tommy” Yankii_Souru
“Murder on the Orient Express" (2017) [ManaPop.com*] “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” Yugo86

r/movies 10h ago Wholesome

Eight years after it was filmed and three distributors later, dopey fantasy The King’s Daughter flops into theaters

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r/movies 6h ago

News The Company Behind Tom Cruise's Space Movie Wants to Build an Actual Film Studio in Outer Space by 2024

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r/movies 12h ago Silver Wholesome

Article 30 Years Later: Why 'Wayne’s World' was such a hit.

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r/movies 16h ago

Discussion Blade Runner 2049 is so beautiful


I only saw it for the first time. Im so envious of people who saw this in the cinema. I think the hush-hush marketing didnt bode well for people to go rushing to see this in the cinema to be honest.

I truly love how atmospheric it is. A classic example of show, dont tell. Plus, Ryan Gosling nails roles like this - the quiet, introvert type of character, similar with Drive. It is like he has created a niche for these kind of roles or something.

Anyway, as much as I truly think Ana De Armas is so pretty it was the character of Luv that truly made me held on to my screen. Not familiar with the actress but the scene where there was a silent tear drop - that was so good!

Thoughts on Blade Runner 2049?

r/movies 14h ago Silver

Discussion What are some of the most tiring, repeated ad nauseam criticisms of a movie that you have seen ?


I was thinking about this after seeing so many posts or comments which have repeatedly in regards to The Irishman (2019) only focused on that one scene where Robert De Niro was kicking someone. Now while there is no doubt it could have been edited or directed better and maybe with a stunt double, I have seen people dismiss the entire 210 minutes long movie just because of this 20 seconds scene.

Considering how many themes The Irishman is grappling with and how it acts as an important bookend to Scorsese and his relationship with the gangster genre while also giving us the best performances of De Niro, Pacino and Pesi in so long, it seems so reductive to just focus on such a small aspect of the movie. The De-ageing CGI isn't perfect but it isn't the only thing that the movie has going for it.

What are some other criticisms that frustrate you ?

r/movies 7h ago

News Shakespeare Shares Scripter Award Nomination With Joel Coen for ‘The Tragedy of Macbeth’

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r/movies 1h ago

Review 'Dual' Review: Karen Gillan Tries To Kill Her Double In Riley Stearns' Dark Comedy

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r/movies 4h ago

Discussion What movie have you rewatched the most times?


The movie I've rewatched the most times is probably Holes (2003). The reason I've rewatched it the most is because, I have such a fun time watching it each time. It may not be the greatest movie of all-time but I love it.

Now that I think about it, there are probably some movies I've watched several times a day when I was younger. But those don't count.

r/movies 3h ago

The Pilot (2022) - Trailer

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r/movies 15h ago

Pooler, Georgia to have World's Tallest IMAX screen(76ft 2 inches tall & 101ft wide) and will open next month

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r/movies 1d ago Wholesome

News Ana de Armas Fans Sue Because She Was Cut Out of 'Yesterday'

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r/movies 1h ago

Media The Red Shoes (1948) One of the most beautiful moments in cinema.

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r/movies 6h ago

Which movies used a big name to lure people, but only had little screen time?


Some companies users big names to lure people to the theaters. But then you watch the movie and it turns out the big names, dies or is off screen or has so little screen time it wasnt worth mentioning it on the poster.

Like Bryan Cranston in Godzilla.

Salma Hayek in Eternals.

Ana de Armas in Yesterday.

Micheal Keaton in beetlejuice (only 17 minutes)

Which other movies used this type of advertising/marketing?

r/movies 12h ago

News Skydance Media Ditches Paramount, Sets New Deal With Apple

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‘Knives Out 2’ Set to Premiere in Late 2022, Fall Festival Debut Likely

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r/movies 6h ago

What's a movie genre, that an actor doesn't do much, that they're good at and that you want them to do more of?


For example, Tom Cruise and Jim Carrey mostly do action movies and comedies (respectively), but they're pretty good at dramas too with Vanilla Sky (for Tom Cruise) and The Truman Show (for Jim Carrey)

Liam Neeson was also pretty good at movies like Schindler's List and Love, Actually, then movie directors realized his intimidating and deep voice was perfect for action movies

r/movies 4h ago

Discussion Mary Elizabeth Winstead is fast becoming my fav actor


She's stood out in every movie I ever saw her in and now I've begun looking for movies that she is in. The last thing I saw her in was Kate and I'm thinking that movie would've been just a fraction of what it was if just about anybody else had played her part (though there were absolutely other fine aspects to the movie). I'm not a critic or good at writing reviews etc, just a big time fan. That is all.

r/movies 1d ago

News New 'Transformers' Animated Movie Release Date Set For 2024

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Discussion The one sequel I really want is for Alita: Battle Angel.


The movie wasn't perfect but it definitely left an impression. I know the story was a bit mixed bag, but it was such a well done movie and by the end of it I was invested enough to want more.


When Disney acquired Fox, I thought maybe it wont happen. But maybe there is still hope, one can only dream.

r/movies 16h ago

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead


Anyone else catch this movie back in the 90s? Been a few years since I watched and recently saw it again and was delighted all over again. I'm always reminded of the Questions game the duo play. Outside of that particular scene I really enjoyed the chemistry between Oldman and Roth. The pair seemed to really enjoy bouncing off one another.


r/movies 22h ago

Discussion Do you watch English movies with subtitles even if you're a native English speaker?


”For a while now i have been accustomed to watch movies with subtitles when at home, because I'm the kinda guy who doesn't like to miss a word or sometimes some actors mumble a lot and you can't make out what they're saying, and other times it's the thick accents or there is just too much background noise ( like explosions and what have you), to actually make out what they say. So i get irritated when i watch any movie without subtitles, do you also share the same thing?”

”P.S: My native language is English, and I'm not deaf nor do i have any hearing problems. Also the subtitles i use are the non-hearing impaired ones. Basically just normal subtitles.”

Didnt want to crosspost this question, so here’s the original post.

r/movies 12h ago

Do you think movies being released on different streaming channels makes it harder to watch movies today?


For example, if I want to see a Netflix movie, I can only see it on Netflix. Or a Hulu movie. Or a Disney+ movie.

I don't have the means to have so many streaming channels to watch movies. For me, it makes watching movies harder and more depressing because I feel it limits my viewing process.

Yes, I pay to watch a movie in theater but that entails a fil, not a channel which involves rent that I don't necessarily pay for just myself.

r/movies 1d ago

Article ‘Mission: Impossible 7’ and ‘8’ Delayed, films will open in 2023 and 2024.

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r/movies 5h ago

What’s one moment you remember watching in theaters that everyone clapped or cheered ?


This has happen a couple of times but the most recent one is when I was watching ‘Scream(2022)’ at a packed out theater the day before it’s released at night . It was the part SPOILERS when Sam killed her bf , and said ‘Never mess with a serial killer daughter’ and everyone clapped for a couple of seconds including me . Then that was the only part people clapped . It got me more into the movie even though it was ending , just moments like these make me think of two things : 1. Imagine being a filmmaker or someone apart of making the film , then imagine theaters across the world watching the movie you worked on , and you got people clapping at parts like this or at the credits ( on any movie ). 2. Then think about the story you’ve witnessed and think about the obstacles the protagonist went on his or her hero journey .

Idk that’s just me , but what’s one moment this has happen to you whether it being the credits or the hero finally overcoming all odds .

r/movies 1d ago

Next ‘A Quiet Place’ Movie Jumps from March 2023 to September 2023

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