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Just a continuation of the old thread for news/movies you don’t want to make a thread specifically for.

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Kevin Tsujihara is stepping down as CEO at WB due to sexual assault allegations (seems like they’re true given how willing he is to cooperate).

DC:

 

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I thought he was being investigated for sexual misconduct (improper affair with an actress) rather than sexual assault?
 

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Ah you’re right, it’s more about abuse of power, and that he promised better roles for you know what.

Either way I don’t care much about the guy, I’m just hoping this will be good for DC going forward, as he was quite involved but didn’t really seem to know what he was doing,
 

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The Disney/Fox deal will be closed at midnight eastern today.

The X-Men/ Fantastic Four/ et al. are back with Marvel

Not to mention a ton of other stuff..
 
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And I imagine it will take up to 3-5 years for us to see them on the big screen.

There's groups out there that believe FoxMen won't be recast and McAvoy and Fassbender are coming to the MCU. :ROFLMAO:
 

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Re-watched Ant-Meh for the first time and checked out Ant-Meh 2.

I still do not like the first movie but at least I could understand what they were doing with it. The sequel is... just... why? Was it really that hard to write a coherent and engaging script around such a small and simple plot? What's the point of all those side characters? Why there's so little of quantum realm, which is pretty much the only interesting thing in the entire film? Pfeiffer's role is pretty much a cameo, so why even mention her in the marketing? Why waste Fishburne on a boring generic stand in character? So many questions...
 

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I hope that upcoming Godzilla flick has Jet Jaguar coming out and saving him from that multi-headed beast.
 

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Re-watched Ant-Meh for the first time and checked out Ant-Meh 2.

I still do not like the first movie but at least I could understand what they were doing with it. The sequel is... just... why? Was it really that hard to write a coherent and engaging script around such a small and simple plot? What's the point of all those side characters? Why there's so little of quantum realm, which is pretty much the only interesting thing in the entire film? Pfeiffer's role is pretty much a cameo, so why even mention her in the marketing? Why waste Fishburne on a boring generic stand in character? So many questions...
I think Ant-Meh is the last MCU movie I enjoyed. I have a soft spot for weird heroes, and enjoyed the fact it had fairly low stakes compared to most blockbuster movies these days. The second one really does feel like an afterthought though. What a waste of Michael Douglas.
 

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... enjoyed the fact it had fairly low stakes compared to most blockbuster movies these days.
The stakes very HUGE! Imagine if all heroes actually get killed (like they should've been to begin with) and HYDRA actually gets the suits? It's freaking end of the free world.
 

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Triple Frontier on Netflix. Looked like would be good. A solid cast and a interesting plot. Starts good, but fizzles out. While watching it, my woman and I would refer to the actors with their comic/tv show names.

Not a Movie, but Love Death And Robots. also on Netflix is a good watch. It's a bunch of short animated toons. Some pretty damn good CGI and its chocked full of nudity and violence, so don't watch with your kids. I liked all of them except the Hitler and Stranded Duo.
 

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Watched Friday The 13th A New Beginning last night. While I thought the first four movies were well made this was a horrid piece of crap. lol A dude getting chopped up because of a candy bar, hillbillies living next door, it was all kinds of stupid. It felt like a Tromaville movie.
 

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Watched Friday The 13th A New Beginning last night. While I thought the first four movies were well made this was a horrid piece of crap. lol A dude getting chopped up because of a candy bar, hillbillies living next door, it was all kinds of stupid. It felt like a Tromaville movie.

Part 6 is my favorite
 

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Triple Frontier on Netflix. Looked like would be good. A solid cast and a interesting plot. Starts good, but fizzles out. While watching it, my woman and I would refer to the actors with their comic/tv show names.

Not a Movie, but Love Death And Robots. also on Netflix is a good watch. It's a bunch of short animated toons. Some pretty damn good CGI and its chocked full of nudity and violence, so don't watch with your kids. I liked all of them except the Hitler and Stranded Duo.
I really wanted to like Love, Death and Robots but for all the money they threw at cutting-edge CGI, it felt like they really cut corners on the writing. Alberto Mielgo's short "The Witness" ended up being my favourite, because I felt like it had more visual flair than any of the others and took more of a show-don't-tell approach to its storytelling.
 
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