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IJW: Spider-man Far From Home (2019)

2019.07.06 22:01 tonytr87 IJW: Spider-man Far From Home (2019)

I have a love/hate relationship with Marvel Studios. On the one hand they’re owned by Disney, a mega-conglomerate bent on monopolizing the film industry. On the other hand they keep on putting out near perfect escapism, the sort of blockbuster not completely devoid of brains, the sort of mainstream entertainment that gives Hollywood a good name. Spider-man: Far From Home is yet another example of such delight in a year where Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame have already delighted in so many different ways. The plot might be a rehash, but director Jon Watts can work around it and he does, treating us to a clever high school comedy and one summer romance to write home about.
Besides witnessing the great Michael Keaton chew scenery, the best parts of Homecoming were Peter Parker’s everyday interactions at home and school, among his cheery classmates and drowsy teachers. Watts and writers John Francis Daley and Jon Goldstein offered a more grounded, more real approach to high school. Gone were the syrupy dialogue, 50’s bullies and squeaky white surroundings of Raimi’s pictures, replaced by a Queens as diverse as real life, complete with kids name-dropping porn, getting prolific on social media, and dealing with scary fathers at the front door of their big date. That cheeky/real tone continues in Far From Home, where Tom Holland proves he is the best Peter Parker and the best Spider-man in one, and there’s no denying it after his fourth major outing (not counting his bit role in Endgame) as a quirky teenager and web-crawler. Tobey Maguire will always garner respect for introducing the world to the many foibles of Parker and his alter-ego. Like his predecessors, Holland manages real acting amid green-screen hijinks while also endearing himself to the audience in a way Maguire and Andrew Garfield never could. Their writers failed them, rendering Parker overly serious at times and occasionally not a good sport. Holland’s Parker has ups and downs, particularly in the wake of Endgame and a certain hero’s epochal goodbye. That doesn’t mean he’s a sourpuss or serial crier from beginning to end. He’s a witty scientist in an awkward sixteen year-old’s body. THAT is Peter Parker. Here he’s beside himself over a girl, as always, and who could blame him when it’s frumpy-cute Zendaya stealing glances across Europe? Their chemistry anchors the film and provides a welcome counter-balance to the computer-generated onslaught.
In fact, there’s simply too much of it. Jon Watts evokes John Hughes in his talent for wrangling a young ensemble or maintaining a zippy pace without rushing for the next set-piece. He’s no visionary or cinematic tour de force though, and that comes through when assessing how much CGI is utilized for moments as simple and mundane as Spidey tripping or standing or kneeling. Too many moments feature mo-cap Holland instead of real Holland in a red and blue suit on set. Such rubbery fakery can smell of laziness when the effects aren’t up to snuff. For the most part, Watts and animators avoid anything truly embarrassing, like the climactic fight in Black Panther or a midtown Manhattan green screen in Infinity War. Regardless, rubbery Spidey can’t hold a candle to some of the best shots in Raimi’s Spider-man all the way back in 2002. Compare them side by side and you wonder how much effort Marvel and Sony are putting forth if 2002 can beat 2019. But I digress, because maybe that was the point. With Mysterio, master of illusion, serving as main villain, Watts and producer Kevin Feige have fashioned a story revolving around our collective ability lately to fall for the biggest cons (Trump allusions?) and suspend disbelief for the most ridiculous of fantasies. In other words, we’re marks for Hollywood titans shoving rather empty spectacle down our throats. Fortunately, Marvel and Sony’s Far From Home isn’t one of them. Jake Gyllenhaal is here to make sure of it. Beyond the adorable romance, there lays Quentin Beck. A con artist from “an alternate universe,” he’s in Europe to battle a gaggle of “elemental creatures” for all the world to see. There’s a vacuum in the world hero department, and it’s down to Parker and the man with a plan in a fish bowl helmet to figure out who will be “the next Iron Man.”
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2019.02.26 04:42 deadpoetic31 🔥 GOTV and Results 🔥 February 26th Elections in Connecticut, New York City, and Chicago

IT'S ELECTION DAY! February 26, 2019


General Elections (alphabetical order):
Special General Elections (alphabetical order):
New York


We have 18 wonderful endorsed candidates up to bat.
Check them out below (and don't forget to check out our Endorsements page for links to info on them!)
New York City:


New York City


The following are the makeups (before and after) of all state and national level legislatures that have a general election today.
Connecticut State Senate
Connecticut State House


CT Special General for State Senate District 3
Updated 9:30 PM EST 2/27
Name (Party) (Endorsement) Votes Percent
🏆 Saud Anwar (D) (PR) 4,737 58.2%
Sarah Muska (R) 3,317 41.2%
Total: 8,054 16 of 16 (100%) Precincts Reporting
2016 Clinton v. Trump results for comparison.
2018 CT State Senate D-3 results for comparison.
CT Special General for State House District 39
Updated 9:30 PM EST 2/27
Name (Party) (Endorsement) Votes Percent
🏆 Anthony Nolan (D) 963 51.3%
Mirna Martinez (G) (OR, PR) 535 28.5%
Kat Goulart (R) 276 14.7%
Jason Catala (I) 102 5.4%
Total: 1,876 2 of 2 (100%) Precincts Reporting
2016 Clinton v. Trump results for comparison.
2018 CT State House D-39 results for comparison.
IL General for Chicago Mayor
Updated 9:30 PM EST 2/27
Runoff on 4/2/19
Name (Party) (Endorsement) Votes Percent
🏆 Lori Lightfoot (N) 93,302 17.4%
🏆 Toni Preckwinkle (N) 86,057 16.1%
Bill Daley (N) 78,722 14.7%
Willie Wilson (N) 57,713 10.8%
Susana Mendoza (N) 48,351 9%
Amara Enyia (N) 42,688 8%
Jerry Joyce (N) 39,128 7.3%
Gery Chico (N) 33,392 6.2%
Paul Vallas (N) 29,036 5.4%
Garry McCarthy (N) 14,246 2.7%
La Shawn Ford (N) 5,418 1%
Bob Fioretti (N) 4,090 0.8%
John Kozlar (N) 2,212 0.4%
Neal Sáles-Griffin (N) 1,426 0.3%
Total: 535,781 2,065 of 2,069 (100%) Precincts Reporting
IL General for Chicago Treasurer
Updated 9:30 PM EST 2/27
Runoff on 4/2/19
Name (Party) (Endorsement) Votes Percent
🏆 Melissa Conyears-Ervin (N) 219,233 44.7%
🏆 Ameya Pawar (N) (PR) 202,548 41.3%
Peter Gariepy (N) 68,365 14%
Total: 490,146 2,065 of 2,069 (100%) Precincts Reporting
IL General for Chicago City Council District 4
Updated 9:30 PM EST 2/27
Name (Party) (Endorsement) Votes Percent
🏆 Sophia King (N) (PR) Inc. 8,879 65.9%
Ebony Lucas (N) 4,587 34.1%
Total: 13,466 38 of 38 (100%) Precincts Reporting
IL General for Chicago City Council District 5
Updated 9:30 PM EST 2/27
Runoff on 4/2/19
Name (Party) (Endorsement) Votes Percent
🏆 Leslie Hairston (N) (PR) Inc. 6,149 49.1%
🏆 William Calloway (N) 3,369 26.9%
Gabriel Piemonte (N) 3,012 24%
Total: 12,530 41 of 41 (100%) Precincts Reporting
IL General for Chicago City Council District 6
Updated 9:30 PM EST 2/27
Name (Party) (Endorsement) Votes Percent
🏆 Roderick Sawyer (N) (PR) Inc. 4,942 50.1%
Deborah Foster-Bonner (N) 3,071 31.1%
Richard A. Wooten (N) 1,854 18.8%
Total: 9,867 48 of 48 (100%) Precincts Reporting
IL General for Chicago City Council District 10
Updated 9:30 PM EST 2/27
Name (Party) (Endorsement) Votes Percent
🏆 Susan Garza (N) (PR) Inc. 5,690 68.7%
Robert Loncar (N) 2,598 31.4%
Total: 8,288 36 of 36 (100%) Precincts Reporting
IL General for Chicago City Council District 16
Updated 9:30 PM EST 2/27
Runoff on 4/2/19
Name (Party) (Endorsement) Votes Percent
🏆 Stephanie Coleman (N) 2,422 44.1%
🏆 Toni Foulkes (N) (PR) Inc. 1,732 31.6%
Latasha Sanders (N) 527 9.6%
Eddie Johnson (N) 363 6.6%
Kenny Doss II (N) 358 6.5%
Jeffrey Lewis (N) 86 1.6%
Total: 5,488 36 of 36 (100%) Precincts Reporting
IL General for Chicago City Council District 17
Updated 9:30 PM EST 2/27
Name (Party) (Endorsement) Votes Percent
🏆 David Moore (N) (PR) Inc. 5,240 67.4%
Raynetta Greenleaf (N) 2,536 32.6%
Total: 7,776 41 of 41 (100%) Precincts Reporting
IL General for Chicago City Council District 22
Updated 9:30 PM EST 2/27
Name (Party) (Endorsement) Votes Percent
🏆 Michael Rodriguez (N) (PR) 3,048 63.9%
Liz Lopez (N) 657 13.8%
Richard Juarez (N) 598 12.5%
Neftalie Gonzalez (N) 466 9.8%
Total: 4,769 25 of 25 (100%) Precincts Reporting
IL General for Chicago City Council District 29
Updated 9:30 PM EST 2/27
Name (Party) (Endorsement) Votes Percent
🏆 Chris Taliaferro (N) (PR) Inc. 6,076 58.7%
Dwayne Truss (N) 2,844 27.5%
Zerlina Smith (N) 1,433 13.8%
Total: 10,353 44 of 44 (100%) Precincts Reporting
IL General for Chicago City Council District 32
Updated 9:30 PM EST 2/27
Name (Party) (Endorsement) Votes Percent
🏆 Scott Waguespack (N) (PR) Inc. 10,578 100%
Total: 10,578 42 of 43 (98%) Precincts Reporting
IL General for Chicago City Council District 33
Updated 9:30 PM EST 2/27
Runoff on 4/2/19
Name (Party) (Endorsement) Votes Percent
🏆 Rossana Rodriguez Sanchez (N) (PR) 4,416 42.1%
🏆 Deb Mell (N) Inc. 4,350 41.4%
Katie Sieracki (N) 1,736 16.5%
Total: 10,502 28 of 28 (100%) Precincts Reporting
IL General for Chicago City Council District 35
Updated 9:30 PM EST 2/27
Name (Party) (Endorsement) Votes Percent
🏆 Carlos Ramirez-Rosa (N) (DSA, PR) Inc. 4,536 59.6%
Amanda Yu Dieterich (N) 3,078 40.4%
Total: 7,614 31 of 31 (100%) Precincts Reporting
IL General for Chicago City Council District 40
Updated 9:30 PM EST 2/27
Runoff on 4/2/19
Name (Party) (Endorsement) Votes Percent
🏆 Patrick O'Connor (N) Inc. 4,249 33.3%
🏆 André Vasquez (N) 2,572 20.2%
Dianne Daleiden (N) 2,207 17.3%
Maggie O'Keefe (N) 1,948 15.3%
Ugo Okere (N) (PR) 1,777 13.9%
Total: 12,753 39 of 39 (100%) Precincts Reporting
IL General for Chicago City Council District 45
Updated 9:30 PM EST 2/27
Name (Party) (Endorsement) Votes Percent
🏆 Jim Gardiner (N) 7,410 51.4%
John Arena (N) (PR) Inc. 5,174 35.9%
Marilyn Morales (N) 1,305 9.1%
Robert Bank (N) 535 3.7%
Total: 14,424 48 of 48 (100%) Precincts Reporting
IL General for Chicago City Council District 46
Updated 9:30 PM EST 2/27
Runoff on 4/2/19
Name (Party) (Endorsement) Votes Percent
🏆 James Cappleman (N) Inc. 5,772 44.2%
🏆 Marianne Lalonde (N) 2,345 18%
Erika Wozniak Francis (N) (PR) 2,178 16.7%
Angela Clay (N) 2,037 15.6%
Justin Kreindler (N) 503 3.9%
Jon-Robert McDowell (N) 213 1.6%
Total: 13,048 40 of 40 (100%) Precincts Reporting
NY Special General for New York City Public Advocate
Updated 9:30 PM EST 2/27
Name (Party) (Endorsement) Votes Percent
🏆 Jumaane Williams (N) 133,809 33.3%
Eric Ulrich (N) 77,026 19.2%
Melissa Mark-Viverito (N) 44,158 11%
Michael Blake (N) 33,198 8.3%
Ydanis Rodriguez (N) 24,266 6%
Dawn Smalls (N) 16,522 4.1%
Rafael Espinal (N) 12,929 3.2%
Daniel O'Donnell (N) 11,477 2.9%
Ron Kim (N) 11,434 2.8%
Benjamin Yee (N) 10,390 2.6%
Nomiki Konst (N) (PR) 9,339 2.3%
Helal Sheikh (N) 5,179 1.3%
David Eisenbach (N) 3,200 0.8%
Manny Alicandro (N) 3,002 0.7%
Anthony Herbert (N) 2,918 0.7%
Latrice Walker (N) 2,282 0.6%
Jared Rich (N) 938 0.2%
Total: 402,067 5,877 of 5,901 (100%) Precincts Reporting
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2018.09.27 14:10 Anonymous_1-2-3-4-5 MCU Movies Behind the Scenes Facts *Wanted to do this for fun* Day 16: Spider-Man: Homecoming

So i'm going to go on IMDB and look at each MCU movies behind the scenes facts and POST THE MOST INTERESTING ONES here, I will post each movie a day instead of what I did before where I did 10 posts, I will start with the first Iron Man and each day will be the next MCU movie after it, ending with Guardians 3, I will also do the Netflix Shows, Agents of Shield and Agent Carter


1. Jennifer Connelly voices the Spider-Man computer Karen. Her husband Paul Bettany had voiced the Iron Man computer J.A.R.V.I.S. She was also cast, because of her appearance in the John Hughes produced Career Opportunities (1991). "Homecoming" pays homage to Hughes' high school films, and casting Connelly was done as a tribute to his career. Connelly was also previously cast as Elizabeth "Betty" Ross in Hulk (2003).

2. Aaron Davis mentions he has a nephew. In the comics, Aaron Davis is the Ultimate Marvel universe version of the villain "The Prowler", whose nephew is Miles Morales, a.k.a. the second Ultimate Spider-Man.

3. In an interview from 2013, while promoting his upcoming film, How I Live Now (2013), Tom Holland was asked by a reporter what kind of role he might want to try next. When Holland replied, saying a project with action and humor would be of interest to him, the reporter asked if he would ever like to play a superhero. "Maybe Spider-Man, in ten years time," answered Holland. "The reboot of the reboot, if they do that."

4. Kenneth Choi (Principal Morita) also played the Howling Commando Jim Morita in Captain America: The First Avenger (2011). In the Principal's office, you can see photos of the Howling Commando, which hints that they are related, and he is his grandson.

5. Peter's homemade Spider-Man costume is very similar to Ben Reilly's first Spider-Man costume from the comics: a red jumpsuit with a blue sleeveless hoodie, with the belt and web shooters on the outside of the costume.

6. Nick Fury was originally going to be Peter's mentor in the film, with Samuel L. Jackson reprising his role, but they went with Tony Stark instead. However, Nick Fury was confirmed to be the new mentor in the sequel, Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019).

7. J.K. Simmons had previously expressed interest in returning to the role of J. Jonah Jameson (the role that he played in the Sam Raimi trilogy, and also voiced the character in Ultimate Spider-Man (2012)). However, once he was cast as Commissioner Gordon in Justice League (2017), all discussion of this happening ceased.

8. While Happy is overseeing loading the plane with objects from the Avengers Tower, he references Thor's belt, but is unable to pronounce it's name "Meg-... Meg-... Thor's magic belt!". The real name for the belt is Megingjörð.

9. Tom Holland spent a few days attending classes at the Bronx High School of Science in New York City to prepare for his role as Peter Parker. He used his acting coach's name as an alias.

10. Pictures of Howard Stark, Abraham Erskine, and Bruce Banner can be seen in Peter Parker's school.

11. The cast had to watch a John Hughes movie marathon to prepare. This movie is first and foremost a coming-of-age tale, so Watts turned to the master of such stories: John Hughes. "He gave us a lot of movies to watch", Holland said during an interview with PopSugar UK. "God, there's so many movies, and we basically just all sat down in my house in Atlanta, all the cast, and we just watched them all in one day, and just had like a Domino's day. It was amazing, The Breakfast Club (1985), Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986), Pretty in Pink (1986), there were loads of them."

12. First live-action "Spider-Man" film where his costume has resizable visors, providing more expressiveness to his appearance (in accordance with the comics).

13. The first Spider-Man film where Spider-Man has his iconic web wings from the comics.

14. Spider-Man never punches any of the villains he fights. He uses his webs, he counters his enemies punches which causes them to punch each other, he even kicks them, but he never punches them.

15. Aunt May's car number plate is AMF-1562. AMF is Amazing Fantasy, 15 is the issue number, and 62 is 1962, the year Spider-Man first appeared.

16. After showing a video of Captain America encouraging students, a gym teacher mentions that he's "probably a war criminal now", alluding to his situation at the end of Captain America: Civil War (2016), where he and other Avengers, who operated outside the Sokovia Accords are wanted by the government, and are in hiding. In the films shown in Spider-Man: Homecoming, Captain America appears in his costume from The Avengers (2012), and mentions being frozen in ice, suggesting they were made shortly after The Avengers (2012), which was the last time he wore that uniform, and would be easily recognizable as a potential positive role model.

17. The music that plays over the Marvel Studios logo is an orchestral version of the classic Spider-Man television theme song, written in 1967 by Paul Francis Webster and Robert "Bob" Harris for the animated television show. Here it has been adapted by Composer Michael Giacchino.

18. It's been observed that the previous Sony Pictures incarnations of the Spider-Man had little of the character's thought soliloquies from the comics, which robbed him of his introspective nature, because it was considered difficult to convincingly convey that kind of speech in the film medium. The Karen digital assistant character in Spider-Man's first suit from Tony Stark, solves that problem by giving Peter someone to talk to while in costume. Furthermore, the costume's adjustable eyepieces help give the Spider-Man's full face mask a degree of expressiveness to avoid the need to have him continually unmask for important scenes, thus reestablishing the character's visual universality.

19. The Vulture is the fourth member of the original Sinister Six gang to appear in a Spider-Man film. Members who have previously appeared are Doctor Octopus (in Spider-Man 2 (2004)), Sandman (in Spider-Man 3 (2007)), and Electro (in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)). So far, only Mysterio and Kraven the Hunter have not appeared in live-action. In fact, Vulture, Doc Ock, Mysterio and Kraven were meant to appear in Sony's Amazing Spider-Man saga before its cancellation.

20. Vincent D'Onofrio had shown interest in appearing as Wilson Fisk, a.k.a. Kingpin from Daredevil (2015). Kingpin is a shared villain from Spider-Man and Daredevil's rogue's gallery, and has appeared in many other Spider-Man media.

21. Tom Holland is the youngest actor (at nineteen) to be cast as Peter Parker. His predecessors, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, were twenty-five and twenty-six, respectively, when they were cast.

22. Peter is shown wearing boxer shorts when he puts on the suit given by Stark. However, Tom Holland said he wore a thong underneath, because the suit was skin tight.

23. Prior to its release, this movie saw the debut of numerous pitch-perfect posters celebrating Spidey's first film set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Of them, the image featuring the hero leisurely lying next to a body of water wearing his high school academic decathlon blazer with a pair of headphones on stood out. As it turns out, the pose wasn't conceived of by a genius marketer, it was a picture of Tom Holland taken when he was entirely unaware. In an interview during a press junket in Mexico City, Holland explained that the poster was a picture snapped while he was napping on-set. "That is actually me asleep", Holland said. "That's not part of the movie, that's me, in-between takes, asleep. We were shooting this scene, and I was just really tired that day, and I was just asleep on the floor, and the photographer took a picture. So when they made that the poster, I was like 'What?! What the hell, guys?!'"

24. In the comics, Flash Thompson was a burly football player. This was updated to make him a wealthy smug character to fit modern portrayals of bullies.

25. Director Jon Watts has revealed that Peter Parker will be aged around fifteen years old at the time of the film. Tom Holland was around age nineteen to twenty at the time of filming.

26. Donald Glover (Aaron Davis) has voiced the Miles Morales incarnation of Spider-Man in the Ultimate Spider-Man (2012) animated series.

27. Michael Keaton describes Adrian Toomes as a resentful character: "Some people see themselves as victims. He sees himself like that. He has a probably strong argument that he never got a fair shot. A lot of 'Why not me?', 'Where's mine?'"

28. The "Homecoming" part of the title is a nod to the inclusion of the character within the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

29. Michelle's literary tastes contain subtle allusions to either the plot or spiders.

30. This is the first appearance of Cindy Moon (Tiffany Espensen), better known as in the comic as Spider-Man's female counterpart Silk.

31. The film's release date was originally meant for Thor: Ragnarok (2017), which was then moved to the November 3, 2017, release slot for Black Panther (2018). This move would ultimately change the release dates for several other Marvel films.

32. Before this film was officially announced, Sony planned to build a universe not too dissimilar to the Marvel Cinematic Universe using only Spider-Man characters. This included an untitled spin-off focusing on a female super heroine assumed to be Black Cat, a Venom film, a Sinister Six film, and two further installments to The Amazing Spider-Man series. Andrew Garfield was signed on to appear in at least two of these films.

33. While some fans complained about the hi-tech Spider-Man suit, many of the gadgets were ideas that appeared at one time or another in the Spider-Man comic books over the years.

34. Robert Downey Jr.'s eighth time playing Tony Stark.

35. Though the majority of the movie takes place in Queens, New York, much of the movie was shot in Atlanta, Georgia, with additional footage shot in Germany. A portion of the film was still shot in the real New York City, though.

36. Tom Holland had screentested with Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. before receiving the role. Once Holland finally got the role, Evans took to Twitter to write, "HUGE congrats to @TomHolland1996!!! Well deserved. We're lucky to have you."

37. On April 21, 2016, it was made official that Robert Downey, Jr., would reprise his role as Tony Stark. This also marks the first time that a Spider-Man film will include another superhero character from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

38. Martin Starr plays one of Peter Parker's high school teachers in this movie. He can briefly be seen in The Incredible Hulk (2008), and is credited as "Computer Nerd". Marvel and Disney usually doesn't re-cast the same actors in different Marvel Cinematic Universe roles, but has broken this rule a few times. However, Starr's role could be linked to the previous minor background character, in which case, he was getting a degree in the earlier film, and went into teaching in this one.

39. First solo Spider-Man film to not mention or feature Uncle Ben in any way. Peter Parker briefly alludes to bad things that have happened to his Aunt May, which may imply the loss of her husband, but he does not elaborate.

40. Prior to the Spider-Man deal, certain characters such as Georges Batroc, Christine Everhart, Ben Urich, Wilson Fisk, Mister Hyde, and Frank Castle have already shown up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe prior to the webslinger's arrival. In Ant-Man (2015), when Luis is recounting Falcon's search for Ant-Man, a woman had mentioned "we got a guy who jumps, a guy who swings, and a guy who climb up the walls", which is the first Marvel Cinematic Universe reference to Spider-Man.

41. Mark Hamill wanted to play The Vulture if Michael Keaton turned the part down.

42. During the initial encounter, Vulture appears in front of the moon briefly with his wings spread. This is similar to a scene in Batman (1989), with the Batwing flying in front of the moon. In both cases, the person using the "wing" technology is Michael Keaton.

43. Tom Holland confirmed in an interview with BBC Radio 1 that he struggled to say Spider-Man without it sounding like a southern accent during filming. As a result, him saying the name had to be dubbed later.

44. Midtown School of Science and Technology's year of foundation, 1962, is a reference to the comic debut of Spider-Man in the August 1962 issue of Amazing Fantasy.

45. Based on what Kevin Feige has said about the film, there are actually quite a few similarities between this film and Ultimate Spider-Man (2012): the film is not an origin story, Peter is in high school, Peter wears the classic Spider-Man costume, the film incorporates new villains, Peter has a non-stop wit as Spider-Man, Peter has awkward interactions with other superheroes, Peter is a street-level hero, and Peter struggles to balance his double life.

46. Matthew McConaughey expressed interest in the role of Norman Osborn, a.k.a. The Green Goblin, Spider-Man's archenemy.

47. The weekend before Tom Holland was announced as Spider-Man, he posted three videos on his Instagram account, where he showed off his backflip skills. Many websites started pointing this out after he was cast, praising him for his spider-like abilities.

48. This is the first Spider-Man film where the special effects for the character are not being produced by another company affiliated with Sony, the rights holder to Spider-Man. Industrial Light & Magic, which handles much of the visual effects for the Marvel Cinematic Universe films, produced the visual effects.

49. Alfred Molina expressed interest in reprising his role as Dr. Otto Octavius, a.k.a. Doctor Octopus in another Spider-Man sequel.

50. The man that Peter pursues to get info on the Staten Island Ferry heist has a profile that briefly lists one of his known aliases as "The Prowler", a reference to the Amazing Spider-Man villain of the same name.

51. Marisa Tomei said she was shocked to learn that Aunt May was much older in the comic books. However, her brother, a Marvel fan, explained to her that Aunt May was not a blood relative to Peter Parker. This made her realize that Aunt May could be any adult age, depending on how old she and Uncle Ben were when they got married.

52. This is the first Spider-Man movie to reference various elements regarding the web-fluid for Spider-Man's web-shooters from the original comics. The first nod, is that Spider-Man mentions that his web-fluid only lasts for two hours before it dissolves after it has been fired, whereas in the comics, it would last for one hour before it dissolved. The second nod to the comics, is the taser web, which is a reference to how Spider-Man has created different variations of his formula for his web-fluid at different points in the comics to create different types of webbing, often to deal with situations where his regular web-fluid was not enough.

53. When Sony was in the development stage of the Sam Raimi film series, with a fourth film on the way, John Malkovich was originally cast as the Vulture opposite Tobey Maguire as the title character, with Malkovich preparing for the role. However, the film was cancelled, once Sony opted to reboot the series with Marc Webb and Andrew Garfield.

54. Spider-Man's "spider sense" is never mentioned or referenced in any way, and during the course of events throughout, there is nothing that remotely indicates or suggests he even possesses this ability at all. Although in Captain America: Civil War (2016), Peter mentions that his senses are "dialed up to eleven". Later on, Avengers: Infinity War (2018) officially confirmed that Peter has "spider sense".

55. In the Marvel comic books, Damage Control is a private repair and reclamation company, specializing in dealing with damage caused by superheroes and supervillains, as well as various items left behind by either community. In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Damage Control is a government organization, with the same general purpose.

56. Tony Revolori received death threats for playing the role of bully Flash Thompson.

57. This is the first Spider-Man movie where the Osborn family company Oscorp does not appear, or play any significant role.

58. Chapter Four of Phase Three in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

59. The first Marvel Cinematic Universe film since Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) to be distributed by a company other than Disney.

60. According to the Marvel and Sony deal, Kevin Feige was not compensated as an Executive Producer on the film.

61. When Spider-Man is observing the robbery of the Bank ATM. On the building wall behind him the word "Bagley" is spray painted in large letters. This is in reference to long time Amazing Spider-Man and Ultimate Spider-Man comic book artist Mark Bagley.

62. It is the second reboot of the Spider-Man film franchise, and the sixteenth film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

63. The Vulture is the first major Spider-Man movie villain who became a supervillain of his own accord. Doc Ock, Sandman, Venom, The Lizard, Elektro, and both Green Goblins all became villains as a result of experiments gone wrong, or other types of accidents beyond their control. (Rhino, Shocker, and The Tinkerer are all minor villains in the films.)

64. This film features two characters who carry the supervillain title "The Shocker": Herman Schultz the original Shocker, and Jackson W. Brice, who was the Shocker in The Spectacular Spider-Man (2008). (Brice was actually known as Montana in the comics, due to being a former cowboy who could wield a rope).

65. First time that Jon Favreau portrayed "Happy" Hogan in a non-Iron Man movie.

66. When Peter and Ned eavesdrop on the students discussing Spider-Man's identity, one of the students points out that Spider-Man could be "horribly burned" under his mask. This could be a reference to Deadpool, another Marvel hero, who has a very similar costume to Spider-Man, and is horribly scarred underneath his mask. Deadpool and Spider-Man often work together in the comics.

67. When Spider-Man is chasing Toomes' men in the white van, Spider-Man goes through a pool party where Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) is showing on a big screen television, specifically the scene of Ferris running home. This is a double nod: one where, in this movie, Peter's run to catch the white van is similar to the scene in "Ferris", and one to real-life where the cast was made to watch John Hughes movies to get the essence of this movie as a coming-of-age movie. This is why Peter yells out "Good movie!", as Tom Holland watched it and liked it.

68. This is Composer Michael Giacchino's second comic book film, after Doctor Strange (2016).

69. Michael Keaton plays a character called The Vulture, which is a man in a bird costume. Coincidentally, Michael Keaton starred in the Best Picture winning film Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (2014), and that character is based off of Batman, which Keaton played in 1989 and 1992.

70. When the film was announced, lots of actors had been discussed online to play the part of Peter Parker (Spider-Man). Some rumored, some talked about, some for real, the list includes: Logan Lerman, Dylan O'Brien, Ansel Elgort, Taron Egerton, Freddie Highmore, Grant Gustin, Donald Glover, Zac Efron, Zayn Malik, Drake Bell, Nolan Gould, Mateus Ward, Vincent Martella, Nick Robinson, Sam Strike, Nat Wolff, Liam James, William Brent, Asa Butterfield, Timothée Chalamet, Daniel Radcliffe, Jack O'Connell, Andrew Garfield, Tobey Maguire, Eddie Redmayne, Tyrel Jackson Williams, Matt Lintz, Judah Lewis, Charlie Plummer, Charlie Rowe, Ivan Escott, and, of course, Tom Holland.

71. Every live-action Spider-Man movie released after 2010 so far, debuted ten years after all three Sam Raimi and Tobey Maguire movies. The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) was released ten years after Spider-Man (2002); The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014) after Spider-Man 2 (2004); and Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) after Spider-Man 3 (2007).

72. This is the first solo Spider-Man film set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, although not the first adaptation of the character to interact with another character wholly originated in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Agent Phil Coulson, played by Clark Gregg, and appeared in multiple films from Phase I of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, also appeared in the animated series Ultimate Spider-Man (2012), along with various video game adaptations of Marvel properties that also feature Spider-Man. Gregg has reprised the role in the animated series, and voiced the character in multiple video games.

73. This is Jennifer Connelly's third comic-book film after Hulk (2003), and The Rocketeer (1991) (which was directed by Joe Johnston who also helmed Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)).

74. This is the first Spider-Man film to feature the villain "The Vulture". In Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 4, John Malkovich was set to play The Vulture, but the film was never made. In the DVD commentary for Spider-Man 3, Thomas Haden Church revealed they spoke about Ralph Fiennes and Sir Ben Kingsley playing The Vulture in a sequel.

75. The filmmakers have stated that this movie takes inspiration on John Hughes' comedies from the 1980s about teens and high school. One of John Hughes' films, Weird Science (1985), features a young Robert Downey, Jr. who plays Tony Stark in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

76. When Spider-Man goes to confront Aaron Davis in the parking garage (where he webs Aaron's hand to the trunk), the license plate is UCSM01. This could stand for Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #1, the first appearance of Miles Morales as Spider-Man in the Ultimate Marvel Universe. Donald Glover, who plays Davis, was rumored to be playing Morales in a future Spider-Man movie.

77. Sony considered approaching Sam Raimi to direct a new trilogy of films, before this one was green-lit.

78. Adrian Toomes is never referred to as "The Vulture". However, the term "Vulture guy" is used by other characters.

79. The original proposal by Marvel was to have Spider-Man appear in several of their Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, in exchange for Columbia and Sony getting a cut of the profits, but it was rejected by Sony. However, the commercial disappointment of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014), partly due to poor decision calls by Sony, including Executive Producer Matt Tolmach (at one point during production, Andrew Garfield and Tolmach were not in good terms) prompted Sony to renegotiate the deal with Marvel, and restart the franchise again.

80. Asa Butterfield, Nat Wolff, Liam James, Timothée Chalamet, and Tom Holland were all in the shortlist of the much anticipated casting of Peter Parker.

81. On June 24th, 2015, Kevin Feige confirmed Spider-Man would appear in Captain America: Civil War (2016), and also revealed Marvel Cinematic Universe characters would appear in Spider-Man's solo film. However, he did not go into much detail about the new information.

82. This is the second time Robert Downey, Jr. makes a credited appearance in a Marvel Cinematic Universe film without receiving top billing.

83. While rumors flew all over the internet about the casting of Spider-Man, there were only three confirmed-by-the-source pieces of news on the matter:
  1. Norman Reedus' son "Mingus Lucien Reedus" had been offered an audition, but turned it down.
  2. Chandler Riggs auditioned, but did not get the part.
  3. Tom Holland was cast as Spider-Man.

84. 4th Highest grossing Spider-Man movie to date, domestically. 2nd Highest grossing worldwide behind Spider-Man 3.

85. Steve Buscemi was rumored for the part of Uncle Ben, even though Marvel confirmed that the movie would not have an origin story.

86. The concept of Spider-Man's ability to change his web-shooter's settings through voice commands in the film, was adapted from the comics which was first seen in the first issue of the fourth volume of the "Amazing Spider-Man" series which was released at the end of 2015.

87. One of the code words for the Winter Soldier was "Homecoming" in Captain America: Civil War (2016). But the filmmakers of Civil War later said in an interview, that it was just a coincidence.

88. The first Spider-Man film to feature The Shocker (Herman Schultz), The Vulture (Adrian Toomes), and The Tinkerer (Phineas Mason). The Vulture is the main villain, and The Shocker and The Tinkerer serve as his henchmen.

89. The movie filmed in Atlanta in June 2016, a month after Captain America: Civil War (2016) was released.

90. The tinkerer builds all the weapons from materials collected by Damage Control including the Shockers gauntlet. In the scene outside the gas station the tinkerer reveals that the gauntlet came from the Lagos clean up. This is in reference to the beginning of Captain America: Civil War when Captain America fights Crossbones, therefore the Shocker gauntlet is built from Crossbones gauntlet.

91. Gary Oldman was considered for the role of The Vulture. The role went to Michael Keaton. Both actors appeared as characters in different Batman franchises. James Gordon and Bruce Wayne (Batman), respectively.

92. Of the main cast, only Michael Keaton was born before Spider-Man's comics debut in 1962.

93. Logan Lerman and Dylan O'Brien were rumored for the role of Peter Parker (Spider-Man).

94. On June 23, 2015, Marvel Studios officially announced that Tom Holland would be playing Spider-Man, and that Jon Watts would direct the film.

95. Asa Butterfield had been considered for the role of Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War (2016), but was deemed too tall for the role.

96. When Flash Thompson is the first to answer a question in class, but gets it wrong, the teacher responds, "See Flash? Being the fastest isn't always best." This is likely a joke about DC comics character "The Flash",known is DC world as the fastest man alive.

97. Michael Giacchino composed an orchestral version of the Spider-Man (1967) theme. This was the third time the theme was heard in a Spider-Man production.

98. Donald Glover is the third Community (2009) actor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Danny Pudi and Jim Rash had cameos in Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) and Captain America: Civil War (2016), respectively. In addition, Martin Starr previously guest starred as Professor Cligoris on Community, and plays teacher Mr. Harrington here.

99. The main villain of every first Spider-Man movie of different franchises (Tobey's, Andrew's, and Tom's) have the costume or suit green, or the skin of green color (Green Goblin, The Lizard, The Vulture).

100. At one point, in a scene set in Washington, D.C., Spider-Man is shown running beside the Reflecting Pool in front of the Lincoln Memorial, where Captain America and Falcon first met in Captain America: Winter Soldier (2014).

101. Adrian Toomes wears a dark leather bomber jacket with a fuzzy white collar when he is in the vulture suit. This gives him the appearance of a real vulture, with its tufts of lighter-colored feathers around its neck.

102. Michael Keaton is the third actor from the Batman franchise to crossover and appear in Spider-Man or vice versa. Cliff Robertson appeared on Batman (1966), and also played Uncle Ben. J.K. Simmons played J. Jonah Jameson, and also played Commissioner Gordon in Justice League (2017).

103. Directors discussed to helm the film before the eventual selection of Jon Watts included: Jonathan Levine, Theodore Melfi, Jason Moore, Jared Hess, and John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein. Melfi took himself out of the running to direct Hidden Figures (2016). Daley and Goldstein were subsequently chosen to write the film.

104. Although Chris Hemsworth was not in Captain America: Civil War (2016), Tom Holland acted with him in the film In the Heart of the Sea (2015), making Mark Ruffalo as the only original Avenger, with whom Holland had never been in a movie (before Avengers: Infinity War).

105. John Francis Daley, who co-wrote the screenplay, and Martin Starr, who played Mr. Harrington, were in the television series Freaks and Geeks (1999).

106. First feature film role for Disney Channel star Zendaya.

107. During Cinema Con on Tuesday, April 12, 2016, Kevin Feige officially announced this movie's title.

108. Before Tom Holland was announced, Asa Butterfield was originally the main choice to play Spider-Man, because Marvel had liked him since day one, when they announced the top 5 actor shortlist to play Spider-Man, which were himself and Holland, Nat Wolff, Timothée Chalamet and Liam James.

109. After playing the Scarecrow in the Dark Knight trilogy (which were adaptations from DC Comics material), Cillian Murphy showed interest in playing a Marvel Cinematic Universe villain role, specifically in this Spider-Man film. He also starred in In the Heart of the Sea (2015) with Tom Holland, so they would already know each other if it did happen. In the end, Murphy wasn't cast.

110. Dylan O'Brien was rumored to have been cast and/or the top contender for the role of Spider-Man. On March 3, 2015, he denied these rumors.

111. Before Spider-Man took this release date, July 7, 2017 had been the original release date for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017) (May 5, 2017) and Thor: Ragnarok (2017) (November 3, 2017).

112. When Peter steals Flash's car to chase the Vulture the license plate on the car is "FLASHDRV".

113. Michael Keaton, who plays Adrien Toomes (The Vulture) in this film, previously starred in Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (2014), which also starred Emma Stone and Edward Norton. Emma Stone portrayed Gwen Stacy in The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014), and Edward Norton previously portrayed Bruce Banner (The Incredible Hulk) in The Incredible Hulk (2008), which also takes place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

114. The portrayal of Aunt May in this film, is by far the youngest than of its early portrayals. For instance, the ages of the actresses who've played Aunt May in the recent Spider-Man films at the times of their release: -
  1. Spider-Man (2002): Rosemary Harris - 74 years-old.
  2. Spider-Man 2 (2004): Harris - 76.
  3. Spider-Man 3 (2007): Harris - 79.
  4. The Amazing Spider-Man (2012): Sally Field - 65.
  5. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014): Field - 67.
  6. Captain America: Civil War (2016): Marisa Tomei - 51.
  7. Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017): Tomei - 52.

115. The film's cast includes three Oscar winners: Marisa Tomei, Jennifer Connelly, and Gwyneth Paltrow; as well as two Oscar nominees: Michael Keaton and Robert Downey Jr.. At three, this movie holds the record for the most Oscar winners to be featured in a MCU film.

116. As Adrian Toomes is aboard Tony Stark's plane, the Iron Man Mark 42 suit (from "Iron Man 3") can briefly be glimpsed in the background.

117. This is the first Spider-Man movie to have a subtitle.

118. Theodore Melfi was in the running to direct, but removed his name from consideration to direct Hidden Figures (2016) instead.

119. Jane Levy and Kaya Scodelario were considered for roles as Peter's love interest.

120. All five boroughs of New York City are shown or mentioned during the film.


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2018.07.31 03:54 dceufanatic DISCUSSION: A (somewhat) realistic slate of upcoming DCEU movies

So before I start, I just want to say that I used rumours, statements, facts, and logic to create this somewhat reasonable slate. It is by no means the actual one, nor is this confirmed. I just want to hear what you guys have to say about this.
So we know we have Aquaman, Shazam!, Joker and Wonder Woman 1984 coming up throughout 2018 and 2019. But what comes after? For 2020, I think it’ll be Birds of Prey. Supposedly, it starts filming January 2019 meaning an early 2020 release date. I also think the Flash movie should be coming out that year as well. John Francis Daley (attached director) recently responded to a tweet saying that as long as things continue to go the way they are now, it’ll come out 2020. This is where things get complicated. So 2021 is a bit far from now, but apparently the Batman movie is being set to come after The Flash. If I had to pick another movie for 2021, it seems to be between MoS 2, Black Adam, and Suicide Squad 2. It also isn’t crazy to think that another sequel for WW, Shazam, or Aquaman would fit in somewhere if they perform well.
Like I said, this is just what the DCEU seems to be shaping into, but it could obviously be inaccurate or could be changed. What do you guys think?
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2018.07.17 22:38 Thanoscable1999 DISCUSSION: My theories for Comic Con

  1. Jason momoa will reveal The Aquaman trailer at the end will reveal the new release date of the film & the crowd will go insane then the director James Wan will come on stage with the cast to talk about the film
  2. Zachary Levi will talk about Shazam then will show the trailer
  3. Margot robbie will come on to stage and talk about the birds of prey and announce the cast of the film
  4. Matt reeves will confirm ben affleck will stay as batman and announce the release date and the villain of the film
  5. Chris Mckay will reveal who is playing nightwing and release date
  6. Gal Gadot will come on stage with Kristen Wiig & Patty Jenkins and show concept art and maybe a trailer for wonder woman 1984
  7. Henry cavill will announce Man of steel 2 with announcing JA Bayona as the director.
  8. Joaquin Phoenix will come on to stage to talk about the Joker film saying his joker is a hero and the batman is the villain. and it takes place in a separate universe. which could lead down the road to the multiverse.
  9. John Francis Daley & Jonathan Goldstein will come on stage with Ezra Miller to announce the flash film and release date with details
  10. Ray fisher will announce the cyborg film and confirming a director
  11. then they will announce the director of green lantern corps and cast
  12. The Justice league cast coming on stage announcing Justice League 2 coming in 2023 with JA bayona as director and announcing the snyder cut coming next year
  13. then and finally Walter Hamada will do some sort of video message talking about what's happening with dceu
those are my predictions for sdcc
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2018.07.01 15:15 120percentNick DISCUSSION: THE DCEU PAST 2019

I know 'Green Lantern Corps' and 'Cyborg' are still currently slated for 2020, but there's no way that's happening, I just think somebody forgot to remove their release dates. But we have either 2 or 4 DC movies coming out in 2020, considering the 2 new dates on the calendar, since it's unclear if those two films are still on the calendar, and if their original dates are still on the release schedule, we don't know they still correspond to DC movies or not.
Here's a list of all of the movies that have directors attached that we know are currently in development:
Here's a list of all of the movies with no directors attached that we think are currently in development:
Personally I think 'The Flash' & 'Birds of Prey' are very likely to be released in 2020, considering where they are in the development process as far as we know, and considering that John Francis Daley said he's hoping for 2020. If I had to choose another film for a 2020 release, it would most likely be the 'Suicide Squad' sequel, in order of likeliness. Then in 2021, we'll hopefully get Reeves' much anticipated 'The Batman', Ava DuVernay's 'New Gods', and possibly 'Batgirl'. 'Nightwing' is likely going to come out after 2021 due to Chris McKay allegedy directing 'Dungeons and Dragons' for Paramount. The rest is completely up to speculation.
Any corrections to my list are appreciated, but please include sources.
What movies do you think have a chance to join the DCEU in 2020 and beyond? What movies do you want to be made? Either considering the films that have been rumoured or announced, officially or unofficially.
This is my prediction for the DCEU slate for 2020, based on likeliness and a little personal preference.
There are no confirmed dates for DC movies after 2020. What do you think is gonna happen in 2020? What do you think will happen after 2020?
Thank you for reading this if you did. Holy shit, it turned out way longer than I initially intended.
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2018.05.25 03:05 SnitchButNoStitch Updates On THE FLASH

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2018.04.11 19:07 ONI_Agent_Locke Can we take a minute to think about how ridiculously overbooked the DCEU is?

All right, so right now the MCU has six officially announced films in the works: Infinity War, Ant-Man and the Wasp, Captain Marvel, Avengers 4, another Spider-Man, and Guardians 3.
Officially, the DCEU has five upcoming films: Aquaman, Shazam, Wonder Woman 2, Cyborg, and Green Lantern Corps. But then there's also SIXTEEN other films that have begun development. They may or may not see the light of day (they probably won't, since Justice League flopping is probably the death knell of the whole enterprise), but people have been paid to work on them, and most of them have absolutely no connection to the Justice League or anything.
From Wikipedia:
Like, do we really need this many movies out of nowhere? Why do we need an alternate Justice League universe, a Black Adam film, a Lobo film, and a New Gods film? If you go to a movie theater and ask someone if they have any idea who Black Adam or Lobo is, do you think they'd know or care?
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2018.03.14 00:29 AGrandQuiet Game Night Review

So this is what happened to all the tightly constructed thrillers that we used to have twenty years ago. They just became the Funny Movies. Like, since the original Hangover they've both been cribbing from the same playbook, except instead of waking up with a cadaver and whatever local mob boss gunning for you, it's just replaced with a series of spiralling comic hijinks. Game Night even draws up its own convoluted web of organised crime, shadowy masterminds who ain't all that they seem, hard pressed paranoia. The only thing that makes it a comedy is that it's about the Funny People.
The basic setup is that the insecure Jason Bateman, along with his wife and friends, are participating in an elaborate treasure hunt/interactive ARG organised by his wealthy older brother, played by Kyle Chandler. Things go off the rails when the brother is kidnapped for real by a pair of mysterious cons while the rest of the party believes it to all be part of the fiction.
So the film owes a debt to two of the less successful films of the nineties, David Fincher thriller The Game and Jon Amiel comedy The Man Who Knew Too Little. They're both films about living theatre, characters getting unwittingly caught up in situations of dubious reality. Examining how they react to the sudden arrival of the unexpected in their lives. But for the similarity that we be seeing here, the difference in perspective that we adopt twenty years later is striking.
These films of the year 1997 are all about the impracticality and impossibility of constructed realities. Their absurdity, or drama given that drama always requires an element of the absurd, is a generation of how a living character exists within a fiction. The art that they create is impossible, prohibitively expensive and that human nature is so predictable it resolves to recognisable forms. Unable to sympathise with these characters the films draw our attention to the world that they move through, the grand joke is essentially that through their experience they become fundamentally unable to relate to the real world. It's why the ending of neither film quite lands.
But Game Night approaches the same setup from the eyes of the players. These are a group of grown adults who regularly meet up to play board games and that's just a normal thing to do now. The managers at my work display the trophies that they got playing escape rooms together. Punchdrunk are an internationally known theatre company and the Chuckle Brothers got to pretend to be hitmen in a Square Enix marketing campaign. We're all nerd trash enough nowadays to have had this experience, we get to be on the inside.
So this isn't a film about playing the game, it's a film about breaking it. This big old empowerment fantasy that celebrates knowing the moves, celebrates being ahead. The cast are split early on into three teams: supportive confident husband and wife duo Jason Bateman & Rachel McAdams; adorably bickering couple Lamorne Morris & Kylie Bunbury; and stupid guy and smart girl on a first date Billy Magnussen & Sharon Horgan. All these folks are so cute, even when they're arguing and pissing each other off there is a supportive warmth to all the characterisations here. These is good people, and heck they all love each other
So while we're preparing to watch some It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World type caper the plot swerves remarkably early and our leads get one step ahead of the game, they realise that it ain't no game at all. So why compete? But also, they're having fun, why stop playing? So it resolves down into a cute group of loving supportive friends fighting the forces of evil in order to save one of their own.
I've struggled for a lot of my life in trying to build friendships. It's never came all that easy to me, I'm asocial and don't communicate well and have a hard time letting myself feel a part of things. I've recently fallen into a people who I can find all of that in. Maybe it's a vulnerability thing but whatever was holding me back for so long has gone. We play board games together most weeks, I can go a whole evening without freaking out and needing some time alone.
Game Night sorta lowkey gets that, all the interpersonal conflicts derive from a lack of connection, a lack of understanding. The one that the plot dedicates the most time to is that of a recently exiled member of the characters' game night played with a delightful awkwardness by the soft man Jesse Plemons himself. There's this whole beat that it goes on about how our leads are being super lame when they judge this guy for his manner, because he deserves acceptance as much as anyone else, even when that might involve more work on their part.
John Francis Daley & Jonathan Goldstein didn't really need to make as warm hearted a film as they did. You can feel some notes of it at the beginning, a little cynicism, this uncertainly about how to approach the material. There's some ill advised tilt shift photography accompanied by some of the wildest colour grading I ever seen. They landed on something that feels really honest, full of actors who feel like they're totally in sync with each other and the mood of the thing they're in.
There's a lot of shitty comedies come out about shitheels, it's nice to see one about the nice guys.
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2018.03.10 11:19 TheNerfherder38 IJW: Game Night (2018)

Hanging amiably in the balance between Paul Feig and Edgar Wright, this action comedy from the team behind Horrible Bosses (directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein) delivers on its premise with panache and laugh-a-minute gags. Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams play Max and Annie, a couple who hold regular ‘game nights’ with their friends, all-the-while spurning the self-invitations of creepy cop neighbour, Gary (Jesse Plemons, gurning to perfection). When Max’s brother, Brooks (Kyle Chandler), all fast cars and fancy houses with the mannerisms of a movie trailer narrator appears, Max’s masculinity and sperm mobility (he and Annie are trying in vain for a baby) are threatened. In what seems another effort to outshine his younger brother, Brooks devises his own game night, inviting Max, Annie and their four friends (Lamorne Morris and Kylie Bunbury as a bickering couple, plus Billy Magnussen as Max’s inept pal, who brings along his date, played by Catastrophe’s Sharon Horgan). His promise of a hyperreal, Taken-style scenario goes horribly awry when it appears that an actual kidnapping takes place before the assembled yuppies’ very eyes.
What follows is a surprisingly inventive and raucous affair, as the three couples are left to decipher clues left behind by the kidnappers and fix their various scuffles. Bateman (at his deadpan best) and McAdam’s (on gleefully over-excitable form) adventure includes some light poking fun at performative masculinity and the usual non-committal dithering of a soon-to-be father, while Morris and Bunbury work through their characters’ past lapses in marital loyalty. Magnussen and Horgan are the purely comical duo: he’s an idiot showing her off as proof he can date someone smarter than his usual Instagram-obsessed former lovers, and she’s having none of it. Sliding smarmily in from the side-lines is Plemons, who barely has to shift a facial muscle to elicit snickering.
Mark Perez’ script draws out the best his cast have to offer and skimps on the off-the-cuff stylings that have regrettably become the standard in big screen American comedy. Torturously prolonged improv displays are largely dropped or at least cut short in favour of proper, scripted setups and payoffs that arrive in clever physical gags (the BBFC warning for ‘injury detail’ has never been lived up to with such hilarity), perfectly-pitched awkward interplay and acerbic quips that provide everything from a wry grin to full-on belly laughs. Ensure any food or drink items are a safe distance away during an extended joke involving the contents of Magnussen’s wallet and an all-too-brief appearance by Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Chelsea Peretti.
That the film provides a steady stream of laughter is no mean feat, but is even more impressive when wedded effectively to formal ability. Variations of colour-grading, lighting techniques and camera movements in a movie of this type are so rare that even basic displays of technical prowess are a welcome surprise, not to mention CG-free car chases and even a ‘one-take’ fight sequence through a manor house. Sure, it’s no Atomic Blonde staircase brawl, but - along with a neat tilt-shift effect during establishing shots which transform the city streets and parking lots into game boards - it all adds up to a refreshing attempt at a visual identity that comedies rarely bother, let alone strive for in earnest. Composer Cliff Martinez (Drive) is even drafted in to provide a skippy synth score to further swell the film’s slick action credentials.
Said manor house set piece towards the climax is one spot where the overblown game threatens to become more bored than board, and the plot threads begin to pull together with an all-too-familiar sense that we’ve played this one before (gee, I wonder if Max will emerge less threatened by his brother after all?). You’ll forgive - and likely forget - these minor crimes: sheer volume of laughter makes a very convincing ‘Get Out of Jail Free’ card.
★ ★ ★ ½ ☆
This review and more can be read here:
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2018.02.22 15:53 mjpist Miami Music Week Event Schedule - Mon-Thurs [UPDATED]

Due to maxing out the Reddit character limit on the original megapost, I have broken the MMW event list into two separate lists.
The Fri-Sun event schedule is posted HERE.
This list is currently up to date. I'm keeping this updated daily with new information. If you know anything I don't, please DM me or comment below!
[Last Update: 03.12.18, 16:09]
Surfcomber All-access Pass Sat March 17-Sun March 25 at The Surfcomber, 1717 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $175
Trade All-access Pass Mon-Sun at Trade, 1439 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Passes cost $50 via
Denial All-access Pass Tues-Sat. Includes: Tues: Coldharbour x Black Hole Recordings, Wed: Trance on the Rooftop, Thurs: Above & Beyond VIP Tables, Fri: Cosmic Gate, Sat: Machinemade, Sun: Eric Morillo. Tickets cost $200 via
Spinnin' Hotel All-access VIP Pass Wed-Sun at The Nautilus Hotel, 1825 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $250 via
Monday March 19
Miami Massive Day 1 With Adam De Great, Crazibiza, Dave Lambert, Eddiy Pay, Erik Hagelton, Madison Mars, Mark Ursa, MN 10, Plastik Funk, Presskit, Rodrigo Viera, and Tommyboy. Noon-10 p.m. Monday, March 19, at Nikki Beach, 1 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $20-$25 via, or free with purchase of Day 2 ticket. Daybeds and Cabanas available.
Behrouz & Friends Pool Party. With Behrouz, Holmar, Nico Stojan, Serge Devant, Brian Cid, ALX, Alan Epps, Azhari, Bryant Jensen, and MIICHII. 2 p.m.-11 p.m. Monday, March 19, at National Hotel, 1677 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Entry before 4 p.m. ONLY. Tickets cost $25 via
100% JC. With Joseph Capriati. 11 p.m.-5 a.m. Monday, March 19, at Trade, 1439 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $25 via
Tuesday March 20
>Firebeatz & Friends. With Firebeatz, Deorro, Breathe Carolina, Chocolate Puma, D.O.D, Lucas & Steve, Madison Mars, Mike Cervello, and Yves V. 11 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, at FDR Delano, 1685 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $30 via Tables available.
>Miami Massive Day 2 With Abel Ramos b2b Albert Neve, Agent Greg, Antoine Claramaran, Audax, Daddy's Groove, Jean Marie, Joachim Garraud, Jude & Frank, Maskaroz, Raul Mendes, Sem Thomasson, Sophie Francis, Stephan M, Tocadisco, and Yez. Noon-10 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Nikki Beach, 1 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $35-$55 via Daybeds and Cabanas available.
>Borgeous. With Borgeous, Breathe Carolina, Sick Individuals, and Jason Lema. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at E11EVEN, 34 NE 11th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $20-30 via Tables Available.
>Coldharbour x Black Hole Recordings. With Bobina, Dave Neven, Dim3nsion, Emma Hewitt, Grube & Hovsepian, Jam El Mar, and Nifra (more TBA). 10 p.m.-4 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Ora Nightclub, 2000 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $10 via Tables available.
Universal Love Tribe With Playa del Karma, Cales & Mr. Hyde, Teknoize, Mark Salner, Demus Whisper, Kev O'Brien aka Raconteur, Weston Butler, and Jon Denby aka Sundance Kid (more TBA). 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Wynwood Cafe, 450 NW 27th St, Miami. 18+. Free w/RSVP via
Serafin & Friends pres. Tasty Tuesdays. With Blondie, B!tch Be Cool, Chalkzone, DJ B-Side, DJ Buck Rodgers, DJ Diggy Dutch, DJ Ease, DJ JB, DJ Romi Lux, DJ Serafin, Ryan Nathan, Sir William, and Trill Zilla. Noon -8 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, at The Dream Hotel, 1111 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $20 at the door.
Black Lizard Beats. With Leandro Da Silva, Asco, Cfast, Jude & Frank, Styline, Dean Mason, Malone, Markem, Les Castizos, Raul Mendes, Kanu, Camarda, Al Sharif, and Stilo Mancia (more TBA). 4 p.m.-midnight, Tuesday, March 20, at The Langford Hotel Rooftop,121 SE 1st St, Miami. 21+. Tickets FREE w/ RSVP via
Nora En Pure pres. Purified. With Nora En Pure, Autograf, Croatia Squad, Doorly, Huxley, Mat.Joe, Siege, and Sons of Maria. 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, at The Delano Beach Club, 1685 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $25-$35 via Tables and Cabanas available.
I'm a House Gangster BBQ. With DJ Sneak, Oscar G, Doc Martin, Paul Johnson, Jesse Perez, Doorly, Hatcha, Destrada, Designerz, Sex Sells, Lupe Fuentes, and Juan Basshead.. 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, at SQL Lounge, 30 E 14th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $10 via
Little Helpers. With Andrew Rasse aka Butane (more TBA). 6 p.m.-4 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at The Dirty Rabbit, 151 NW 24th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $15-$25 via
Vices Music Showcase. With Javi Reina, Abel Ramos x Albert Neve, Antonie Clamaran, Jude & Frank, DJ Dep, Chaka & Marty, Manu Desrets, Martin Huergo, DJ Mara, Mr. Blackness, Max Antone & Duel, and Orlando Adrianza. 7 p.m.-4 am. Tuesday, March 20, at Wynwood 5th Ave, 2451 Northwest 5th Ave, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $10 via
RED Gallery Lounge + Gallery Kid opening event. Lineup TBA. 7 p.m.-11 p.m.. Tuesday, March 20, at RED Digital Cinema, 72 NW 25th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $25 via
MNTRA pres. Techno Taco Tuesday. With Piero Pirupa, Supernova, Doc Martin, Joeski, and De La Swing. 8 p.m.-4 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at 1306 Event Space, 1306 North Miami Ave., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $15 via
Exit 32 Recordings Showcase. With Oscar Mula, Alex Fogo, Alixander Raczkowski, Dennes Deen, Eskuche, Federico Mancini, Mark Boson, Maroglio.Jay, Mr. Tork'o, Nu Sky, Steve Amoroso, and Willo. 8 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Kill Your Idol, 222 Espanola Way, Miami Beach. 21+. Free. RSVPs SOLD OUT
recur. With Bondax, Santiago Caballero, and Pirate Stereo. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Floyd, 29 NE 11th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $20 via
TRANSIT With Tocayo, Dakap and Kaïell. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Drinkhouse Fire & Ice Bar, 1672 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. FREE w/ RSVP via
Mayan Warrior. With Holmar, Dramian, Concret, and Mandrake. Time TBA. Tuesday, March 20, at Basement, 2901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Ticket point of sale TBA.
Beats, Bao, & Ramen. With Junior Sanchez, DJ Sneak, Harry Romero, Harvard Bass, Blaqwell, Braavos, Ant Larock, and Sted-E & Hybrid Heights. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Habitat at the 1 Hotel, 2395 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Facebook Event via
ReSolute & Un_mute. With Priku and Orazio. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Electric Pickle, 2826 N Miami Ave., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $20 via
Mau5trap Showcase. With BlackGummy b2b NoMana, ATTLAS b2b Eekkoo, Rinzen b2b Monstergetdown, Heyz b2b Electrocado, Notaker, and Rhett. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Treehouse Miami, 323 NW 23rd St., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $20 via
Do Not Sit On Miami Music Week. With Viken Arman, Hoj and Gab Rhome. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Do Not Sit on the Furniture, 423 16th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $15 via
DCR: Untitled. With M4MEX, Entropica, Veronika River, and Romea Music. 11 p.m.-3 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at SLS South Beach, 1701 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 18+. Tickets cost $20, point of sale TBA.
Mindshake Showcase With Paco Osuna b2b Carlo Lio, Stacey Pullen, and Cocodrills. 11:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Trade, 1439 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $25 via
The Modern Love Affair With Damian Lazarus and Lee Burridge. 11 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Wall Lounge, 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $40 via Tables available.
Wednesday March 21
>Heldeep vs Monstercat. With Oliver Heldens, SNBRN, San Holo, Droeloe, Throttle, Afsheen B2B Zonderling, Robotaki, and Myrne B2B Grant (more TBA). 7:00 p.m.-3:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, Soho Studios, 2136 NW 1st Ave, Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $35 via
>DJ Mag Pool Sessions. With Alan Walker, The Black Madonna, Camelphat, Claptone, Ellen Allien, Fedde Le Grande, Lost Frequencies, Mat.Joe, and Yotto (More TBA). Noon-11:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at The Surfcomber Hotel, 1717 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $30-$45 via Ticket 4-pack and tables available.
>Spinnin' Sessions. With Deorro, Bassjackers, Breathe Carolina, Lucas & Steve, Mike Williams, Sophie Francis, and Ummet Ozcan. Wednesday, March 21, at The Nautilus Hotel, 1825 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $60 via Daybeds and Cabanas available.
>Aly & Fila Open-to-Close. With Aly & Fila. 11:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, Club Heart Basement, 30 NE 11th ST, Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $45-$50 via Tables Available.
>Thomas Jack & Claptone Beach Party With Thomas Jack, Claptone, and Yotto (more TBA). Noon-11 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at 1 Hotel, 2341 Collins Ave, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $20-$30 via
>MORE HYTE Miami With Benny Rodrigues, Caleb Calloway, Chris Liebing, Danny Tenaglia, Guti (live), Josh Wink, Loco Dice, Pan-Pot, Peggy Gou, and Yata. 11:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Space, 34 NE 11th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $30-$50 via
>Marco Carola With Marco Carola and Lauren Lane. 11:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Wall, 2201 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $40 via
>Hot Creations. With Jamie Jones and Lee Foss. Time TBA. Wednesday, March 21, at Basement, 2901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Ticket point of sale TBA.
>Markus Schulz and Sander Van Doorn present... With Markus Schulz pres. Dakota, Sander van Doorn pres. Purple Haze, Sold Stone, and David Gravell. 10:00 p.m.-4:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at W Hotel, 485 Brickell Ave, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $35 via
>Cedric Gervais. With Cedric Gervais and Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano. 11 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at LIV Nightclub, 4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $50 via
Luciano. With Luciano, Tiga, Camelphat, and Serge Devant. Noon. Wednesday, March 21, at Hyde Beach, 1701 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $55-$80 via Tables and Cabanas available.
Soul Deep Pool Party. With George Acosta, Exodus, Kiki Doll, Luca Debonaire, Tocadisco, Wolf Story, Ivano Bellini, Jenny Disko, JD Powell, Keith Christopher, Silvio Rodrigues, and Skymate. Noon-7 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Gates Hotel, 1 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach. 21+. FREE w/ RSVP via
Axtone Miami. With Axwell, Antoine Delvig, Bob Sinclar, CID, Dirty South, D.O.D, Kryder, Matisse & Sadko, Moguai, Shapov, and Tom Staar. Noon. Wednesday, March 21, at The Delano, 1685 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $75-$120 via
HotBoi Records vs. The Barbershop. With Amtrac, Carabetta & Doons, Huxley b2b Josh Butler, Mikey Lion, Option4, Will Clarke, Brox, Devon James b2b Max Sprauer, Faren Strnad, and Sleepy & Boo (more TBA). Noon-10 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at The Cape at Townhouse Hotel, 150 20th St., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets FREE via
FORM Music. With Lauren Lane, M.A.N.D.Y., Oxia, and Popof. Noon-10 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Nikki Beach, 1 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $15 via
Descend Showcase. With Victor Calderone, Art Department, Amelie Lens, DETLEF, ALX, Elio Riso, and Carabetta & Doons, Niklas Stadler, and Bryan Estefani (more TBA). 1 p.m.-11 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at National Hotel, 1677 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. Ages 21+. Tickets cost $35-$50 via
Never Get Out of the Boat. With Hernan Cattaneo and Nick Warren. 3:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Biscayne Lady Yacht, 401 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $165, Early Bird only available via promoter e-mail at [email protected] or call 1-786-201-0029. General on-sale date TBA at
Electronic Groove Live Sessions. With DAVI, Brian Cid, Kike Roldan b2b Damian, Gil Montiel, Alice Iguchi, Nii Tei, and Marco Vinelli. 3:00 p.m.-3:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at The Dirty Rabbit, 151 NW 24th St., Miami. 21+. FREE w/ RSVP via
Bad Dog Records Showcase. With CRZY, Jordan Sanchez, Paul E, Takshak, and Tom Teknik. 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Shots, 311 NW 23rd St, Miami. 21+. Free w/ RSVP via
House Stars. With The Cube Guys, Victor Simonelli, Joe Smooth, Plastik Funk, Gary Caos, Charlie Roennez, Michelle Grant, Nello Simioli, Mark Main, Bryan Peroni, Aloona, Viktor Martini Frank Master, Tsaho, Rocchi e Lupidi, Mike More, Letizia Brunetti, and Monika Kiss. 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Highbar at Dream Hotel, 1111 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Ticket point of sale TBA.
Cocodrills & Golf Yacht Party. With Cocodrills, Golf Clap, Black A.M., Santino Bontempo, Mass Appeal, Andy Gresh B2B Blas Cordero, and Arvii Mala B2B Juju. 7:00 p.m.-midnight, Wednesday, March 21, at Sea Isle Marina, 1635 Bayfront Dr, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $50 via
Undr the Radr / EVE Showcase With Undr the Radr (Roger Sanchez, DJ Sneak & Junior Sanchez, Huxley, Nova & Espinal, Saliva Commandos), and EVE (Kristen Knight, Lupe Fuentes, Miss Jennifer, Sydney Blu, Viviana Toscanini (more TBA)). EVE 3:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m., Undr the Radr 10:00 p.m.-3:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at 1-800-LUCKY, 143 Northwest 23rd Street, Miami. 21+. Tickets Cost $10-$15 via
HoTL Miami With David Tort, Markem, The Cube Guys, Antoine Clamaran, Albert Neve & Abel Ramos, Mara, Agent Greg, Les Castizos, Eiiri, Lawrence Casal, DJ Ruff, and Dehasse. 5:00 p.m.-3:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at El Patio, 167 NW 23rd St, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $10 via
Doorly Presents... Reptile Dysfunction With Grege Wilson, Butch, DJ Sneak, Doorly, Heidi Lawden, Will Renuart, Michael Briscoe, Justin Jay, Grant Grosky, Eric Holt, Jose Matos, Rick Trainor, and Freak the Disco (More TBA). 7 p.m.-5 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Electric Pickle, 2826 N. Miami Ave, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $20 via
Deep Sugar Gotsoul With Ultra Naté, Jojo Flores, Quentin Harris, Lisa Moody, Lil Ray, Bruce B, and Cristina Calamia. 8:00 p.m.-4:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at No.3 Social Roof Bar & Lounge, 50 NW 24th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $20 via
Prok - Fitch With Prok & Fitch. 9:00 p.m.-3:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Heart, 50 NE 11th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $10. Ticket point of sale TBA.
Flying Circus Miami With Audiofly b2b Francesca Lombardo, Davi, Chaim, and Matthew Dekay. 9:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at 1306 Event Space, 1306 N. Miami Ave., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $15 via
Afro Acid & Speaker Box present... With Saeed Younan, Sydney Blu, DJ Viviana Toscanini, Love & Logic, Eskuche, Atomyard, Kora Noir, and Alex Lucas. 9 p.m.-5 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Drinkhouse Fire and Ice Bar, 1672 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $10 via
A Night with Serafin & Friends With Serafin (more TBA). 10:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Foxhole, 1218 14th Ct, Miami Beach. 21+. Free.
ReSolute & Un_mute With Ion Ludwig, O.BEE, Sons Of Immigrants, Daniel Clausse, and Nova Duet. 10:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Treehouse Miami, 323 23rd St., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $20 via
Chocolate Puma in Denial. With Chocolate Puma, Malone, and Maj Ulbrand. 10:00 p.m.-4:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Doheny Room at Delano, 1685 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Free w/ RSVP via
Yotto & Friends With Yotto, Christoph, and Clarian. 10:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Do Not Sit on the Furniture, 423 16th St., Miami Beach. 21+. SOLD OUT.
Disciple With 12th Planet B2B Virtual Riot, Jack Daniels, RickyxSan, Hatcha, Bailo B2B Havok Roth, and Myro (more TBA). 10:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at The Hangar, 60 NE 11th St., Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $30 via
Progressive Masters With Nick Warren, Guy Mantzur B2B Khen, Betoko, and Quivver (more TBA). 10:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Trade, 1439 Washington Ave. Miami Beach. 21+. Ticket point of sale TBA via
Sounds of the Underground With Eelke Kleijn, Guy Mantzur, Khen, Betoko, Quivver, Jason Rault, Doug Jackson, and Ivan Sandhas. 10:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Trade, 1439 Washington Ave. Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $20 via
The Originator of House Music With Jesse Saundes, Sid Vaga, and Gato Mendez (more TBA). 10:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Wynwood 5th Ave, 2451 NW 5th Ave. Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $15 via
MMW at E11even. Lineup TBA. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at E11EVEN, 34 NE 11th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $20-30 via
Incorrect Showcase. With Anthony Attalla, Stefano Noferini, CJ Jeff, De La Swing, Denney, Max Chapman, Pirupa, Prok&Fitch, Secondcity, and Simone Liberali. 11:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, Club Heart Main Room, 30 NE 11th ST, Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $30-$40 via
Nastia pres. Ellen Allien & Peggy Gou With Nastia, Ellen Allien and Peggy Gou. 11:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Trade, 1439 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $15 via
Dubfire pres. [SCI+TEC] With Amelie Lens, David Gtronic, Dubfire, Miss Kittin, and Sam Paganini. 11:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Heart, 50 NE 11th St.., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $30-$40 via
Space Yacht pres. SayMyName & Friends With SayMyName, Bailo, Blunts & Blondes, Dack Janiels, Gravedgr, Jayceeoh, Ricky Remedy, RickyxSan, and Skellism (more TBA). 11 p.m.-4 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at C&L Warehouse, 2400 NW 5th Ave, Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $20 via
Art Department & Friends With Art Department, ANDHIM, Housekeeping, Serge Devant, and Vanjee. 11 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Ora Nightclub, Ora Nightclub, 2000 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $10 via
Thursday March 22
>Hardwell. With Hardwell, Mike Williams, and Kungs. 11 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at LIV Nightclub, 4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, Miami. 21+. Male GA SOLD OUT. Female tickets cost $125 via Tables available.
>Armin Van Buuren. With Armin Van Buuren. Noon. Thursday, March 22, at Hyde Beach, 1701 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $175-$250 via Tables and Cabanas available.
>Marshmello. With Marshmello. 11 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Story Nightclub, 136 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $90 via
>Dash Berlin. With Dash Berlin. 11 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at E11EVEN, 29 NE 11 street, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $60-$125 via
>Area 10 Showcase. With Camelphat, Carabetta & Doons, KC Lights, Latmun, MK, Solardo, Will Clarke, and Diplo. 2:00 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at The National Hotel, 1677 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $45-$60 via
>Above & Beyond: Common Ground Miami. With Above & Beyond, Seven Lions, Gabriel & Dresden, ALPHA 9 B2B Spencer Brown, and Jody Wisternoff B2B Luttrell. 10 p.m.-4 a.m. Thursday, March 22, at RC Cola Plant, 550 NW 24th St., Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $75 via Tables available.
>House of Chill. With Kaskade, Above & Beyond, Autograf, and Lost Frequencies. 5 p.m.-8 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Pao Terrace, 3201 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Invitation Only.
>Mixmash Miami. With Laidback Luke, A-Trak, Blasterjaxx, Deorro, Jonas Blue, Mike Cervello, Moksi, Timmy TRumpet, Unity, and Zonderling. Noon-11:30 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at The Delano, 1685 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $100 via Tables available.
>Nexus Lounge With Chocolate Puma, Breathe Carolina, Fedde Le Grand, Thomas Gold, Throttle, Disco Fries, Dante Klein, Fenix, Limelght, Jordano and Capretto, Andrew Marks, DJ Nurotic, DJ Your Honor, Joe Bermudez, and Dark Intensity (2-day event. Daily lineups not released). 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Drinkhouse Fire & Ice, 1672 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. FREE event.
>NERVO With NERVO and The Him. 11:00 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Wall, 2201 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $70 via
>Young Gunz. With Breathe Carolina, D.O.D, Dubvision, Firebeatz, Jay Hardway, Kura, Maurice West, Mike Williams, Raiden, Sick Individuals, Carter Cruise, Corporate Slackrs, Halogen, Malone, Veniice, and Zav (more TBA). 1 p.m.-10 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Shore Club, 1901 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Ages TBA. Tickets cost $20 via
>Protocol Miami. With Nicky Romero, Breathe Carolina, D.O.D, Raiden, Disco Fries, Sunstars, and Antoine Delvig. 11 p.m.-5 a.m. Thursday, March 22, at Ora Nightclub, 2000 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $30 via
>Daydream Pool Party. With Robbie Rivera, Tom Staar, Chocolate Puma, Lucas & Steve, Plastik Funk, Rebecca & Fiona, Agent Greg, Ray Costa, and Joseph Anthony b2b Carlos Pouso. 1 p.m.-10 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Ora Nightclub, 2000 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $15 via
>Deadbeats Goes Off The Deep End. With Zeds Dead B2B Jauz, 12th Planet B2B Ghastly, Eprom B2B Zeke Beats, GG Magree B2B Ducky, and Mad Zach B2B Um... 10:00 p.m.-4:00 a.m Thursday, March 22, at Soho Studios, 2136 NW 1st Ave, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $40 via
>Robin Schulz & Friends. With Robin Schulz , Autograf, Clement Leroux, Goldroom, Justin Caruso, Shaun Frank, and The Him. Noon. Thursday, March 22, at The Nautilus Hotel, 1825 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $105 via Daybeds and Cabanas available.
>All Gone Pete Tong. With Pete Tong B2B Damian Lazarus, Black Coffee B2B Virgil Abloh, Black Madonna B2B Honey Dijon, Tiga B2B Kölsch, Idris Elba B2B Doc Martin, B.Traits B2B La Fleur (more TBA). Noon-11:30 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at The Surfcomber, 1717 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $60-$75 via Tables available.
>Paradise in Space. With Jamie Jones, Nicole Boudaber, Art Department, Lee Foss, Patrick Topping, Stacey Pullen, Alan Fitzpatrick, Honey Dijon, Solardo, wAFF, DETLEF B2B Latmun, Nathan Barato, Lauren Lane, and Bontan. 11:00 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Space, 34 NE 11th St., Miami. 21+. SOLD OUT.
Proper XII. With Joe Nice (vinyl set), Evolve, The Reaper, Somejerk, and DB Cooper. 9 a.m.-5 a.m. Thursday, March 22, at Kill Your Idol, 222 Espanola Way, Miami Beach. 21+. Free Event. Facebook event
Sunsoaked Miami. With Kaskade (more TBA). Noon-11:30 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at 1 Hotel South Beach, 2341 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. SOLD OUT.
Younan Music & Go Deeva Showcase. With Anthony Attalla, Archila, Donnie Lowe, Mario Ochoa, Oscar L, Pirupa, Saeed Younan, Simone Vitullo, and Uner (more TBA). Noon-10 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Nikki Beach, 1 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $30 via
Psycho Disco! Showcase. With Todd Terry, DJ Pierre, Treasure Fingers, Codes, Golf Clap, Alexander Technique, Lupe Fuentes, Sly Turner b2b Westend, E.R.N.E.S.T.O. b2b Hunter Reid, Funk Manchu, Devon James b2b Will OB, and Aaron Lainez (more TBA). Noon-10 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at The Cape at Townhouse Hotel, 150 20th St., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets FREE w/ RSVP
Rapture Festival. With Luciano, Guy Gerber, Chris Liebing, Art Department, Archie Hamilton, Butch, Cristi Cons, Danny Howells, DeWalta, Eelke Kleijn, Guy Mantzur, Ion Ludwig, Hernan Cattaneo, M.A.N.F.L.Y. (Audiofly & M.A.N.D.Y.), Marco Faraone, Nick Warren, RPR Soundsystem (Rhadoo, Petre Inspirescu, Raresh), Sammy Dee, tINI, Yotto, and Zip. Noon-3 a.m. Thursday, March 22, Historic Virginia Key Beach Park, 4020 Virginia Key Beach Dr., Miami . 18+. Tickets cost $80-$150 via
Xima By the Pool. With Abek, Albert Aponte, Carlos Mendoza, Christian Lugaro, German Garcia, Nicole Fiallo, Patrick M, Rob More, and Shayne Pilpel. Noon-8 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at The Gates Hotel, 2360 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Ages TBA. FREE Event.
South Beach Sessions. With Kyle Rossignol, Groove_Werk, Fiat LuXx, EERIE, Vic M, and LUVr (more TBA). 1 p.m.-1 a.m. Thursday, March 22, at Fat Tuesday, 918 Ocean Ave, Miami Beach. 18+. Tickets cost $5 at the door.
Gud Vibrations Boat Party. With Nghtmre B2B Slander, Ekali, Krane, Dombresky, RickyxSan, Wavedash, and 1080P. 1 p.m.-6 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Sea Isle Marina Pier 1, 1635 N Bayshore Dr, Miami . 21+. SOLD OUT.
House Your Body Pool Party With Loud Luxury, Bijou, Chocolate Puma, Cazztex, LondonBridge, Vicious Vic, Chris Kalaylee, Tempo, and GSepp (more TBA). 1 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Pool at Epic, 270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami. Ages 21+. Tickets cost $25 via
Mntra & CBW Presents... With John Acquaviva, SIOPIS, Gabriel I, Marco Effe, Loco & Jam, Justin Campbell, Kevin Anderson, Lubelski, Zach Walker, Brando, Frank Terry, Bad Beat, Lance Le Rok, J.Handel, Oscar Molina, Rob Fernandez, Prototype, Mala Strana, Gambit, Skye, Roswell, SpeakerHoney, Grand Puma, FlowFly, and Chris Garcia. 1 p.m.-5 a.m. Thursday, March 22, at Ocean's Ten, 960 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach. 21+. Ticket point of sale TBA, event Facebook
Dance Ritual: Afternoon Delight. With E.O.L Soulfrito (live), Louie Vega, Anané Vega, and Josh Milan. 2 p.m.-10 9.m. Thursday, March 22, at 1-800-LUCKY, 143 NW 23rd St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $15 via
Last Night on Earth Cruise. With Sasha, Alan Fitzpatrick, La Fleur, and Vonda7. 3:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Biscayne Lady Yacht, 401 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. 21+. Early Bird only available via promoter e-mail at [email protected] or call 1-786-201-0029. General on-sale date TBA at
Stereo Productions Sunset Yacht Party. With Chus & Ceballos, Dee Montero, and Oscar L. 7:00 p.m.-midnight Thursday, March 22, at Musette Yacht at Sea Isle Marina, 1635 N Bayshore Dr., Miami, 21+. SOLD OUT.
A Change of Pace. With DJ Sneak, Junior Sanchez, Supernova, Sydney Blu, Love & Logic, Joe Pompeo, Blaqwell, JC Hanna, and Rupert Wall x Max Sprauer. 7 p.m.-4:15 a.m. Thursday, March 22, at C-Level Rooftop Terrace, 1020 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $5 via
Galaxy Music Gathering VI. With Uberzone, Juan Atkins, Spacemen, Simply Jeff, Scratch-D, Splack Pack, Code Rising vs. Ohverclock, JimiTheGenius, Shade, Lifeless Tissue, Illmatck Phlow, VJ Psyberpixie, Versa-Style, James Wolfe, Gucci Bass, Audiobotz, Knoxz, Rek One, Influx Us, Lady J Spins, Synerbuzz, MEdley, Eternal, Skinner, and FA73. 8:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Thursday, March 22, at Studio 23, 247 23RD St., Miami Beach, 21+. Tickets cost $60-$80 via
Soulection Radio Tour. With Joe Kay (more TBA) 9:00 p.m.-3:00 a.m Thursday, March 22, at 1-800-LUCKY, 143 NW 23rd St., Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $10 via
David Morales & Friends. With David Morales, DJ Spen, Hector Romero, Armand Pena, David "Pachanga" Soto, Brandon Morales, and Janice Robinson. 9:00 p.m.-3:00 a.m Thursday, March 22, at The Garden Food and Bar, 270 NW 23rd St, Wynwood,. 18+. Tickets cost $20 via
This Ain't Bristol Showcase. With Eli Soul Clap, Billy Kenny, Maximono, Huxley, Mikey Lion, Josh Butler, Lee Reynolds, Audiojack, Weiss, Option 4, Middath, GAWP, Devon James, Dark Shades, and Good Vibes Soundclash (more TBA). 9 p.m.-3 a.m Thursday, March 22, at Treehouse Miami, 323 23rd St., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $25 via
Bedrock: Vagabonds at Large With John Digweed (extended set) and Tara Brooks. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Thursday, March 22 at SQL, 30 NE 14th St, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $40 via
The Movement With The Cube Guys Antoine Clamaran, Paul Thomas, Andretta, Steven Rod, Loucii, and Ollie Sanders (more TBA). 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Thursday, March 22 at Anti-Social Room at Ora, 2000 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Admission free with Protocol Miami ticket.
Idris & Daley Present... With Hot Since 82 and Idris Elba (More TBA). Time TBA. Thursday, March 22, at Basement, 2901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Ticket point of sale TBA.
Do Not Sit on WMC. With YokoO B2B Matthew Dekay, Surreal Flight, and Viktop. 10:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m Thursday, March 22, at Do Not Sit On The Furniture, 423 16th St., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $30 via
World of Drum&Bass: 20 Years. With Drumsound & Bassline Smith, The Prototypes, and DJ SS. 10:30 p.m.-6:00 a.m Thursday, March 22, at Drinkhouse Fire & Ice Bar, 1672 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. 21+. SOLD OUT.
Solotoko vs Blow! With Camelphat, Sonny Fodera, Cristoph, and Mat.Joe. 11 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at FDR at Delano, 1685 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $30 via
Thomas Jack Presents... With Thomas Jack, Francesca Lombardo, and Joseph Ashworth. 11:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Thursday, March 22, at Trade, 1439 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $15 via
My House With Thomas Gold, Croatia Squad, D.O.D, Hook'N'Sling, SNBRN, Throttle, and Zonderling. 11:00 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Heart, 50 NE 11th St, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $25-$35 via
4B and Friends With 4B and DJ MI B2B Damien Anthony (more TBA). 11:00 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at 1306, 1306 N Miami Ave, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $25 via
Mark Knight & Friends With Mark Knight (more TBA). 11:00 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Heart, 50 NE 11th St, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $25-$35 via
Luciano. With Luciano and Barut. 11:30 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at El Tucán, 1111 SW 1st Ave, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $100 via
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2018.02.21 03:33 BunyipPouch 'Game Night' - Review Thread

Embargo just lifted on 'Game Night'. Really surprisingly good reviews cross the board.
Rotten Tomatoes: 88%
Metacritic: 73
The Wrap - Alonso Duralde
Indiewire - Steve Greene
Variety - Owen Gleiberman
The Guardian - Benjamin Lee
Forbes - Scott Mendelson
Hollywood Reporter - John Frosch
Birth.Movies.Death. - Dave Schilling
Entertainment Weekly - Leah Greenblatt
AVClub - A.A. Dowd
LA Weekly - April Wolfe
A group of friends who meet regularly for game nights find themselves trying to solve a murder mystery.
Release Date:
February 23, 2018
  • Jason Bateman
  • Rachel McAdams
  • Jesse Plemons
  • Michael C Hall
  • Chelsea Perreti
  • Billy Magnussen
  • Kyle Chandler
  • Danny Huston
John Francis Daley & Jonathan Goldstein (Writers of 'Spider Man Homecoming' & 'Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs')
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2018.01.25 22:32 the_black_panther_ Discussion: Justin Kroll expanded on his FLASHPOINT story last week on Meet the Movie Press, talks a potential Summer 2018 production date and Ben Affleck

Here's the video, the important info talked about is below
Around 3:40, he says both Jon Berg and Geoff Johns "took a backseat" after Rick left, that they were less involved with this new script and director hunt.
At 4:58 he notes John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein's strong relationship with Toby Emmerich, and says their productions are known for going smoothly. Take a listen, he stutters a good bit trying to find the words. "their productions go smoothly. You know, sometimes the films aren't the greatest but they, they... And, but, that's... In a film like this they just want to get the, like, you know, it all depends." He goes on to mention that they wrote Homecoming and almost landed the job to direct it as well.
Around 5:50 he says there is no slotted date for FLASHPOINT. He says "Now that they have the directors this thing will be in production by Summer." The host asks if that means a 2019 date and Kroll responds "Whenever they want it. The thing is there's no rush."
In regards to the tone of the film Kroll invokes Iron Man, "it has its dark moments but Downey still brings the lightness, they (DC) want that as well."
Around 9:40 Kroll starts talking the Ben side of the story. He says that he almost ran a story (on Thursday) that Ben was the top choice to direct Flashpoint but his sources told him to hold off as Ben as on the fence and WB was still holding meetings. He explains the rationale of Ben considering directing Flashpoint, saying it is potentially his last film as Batman (he does not confirm one way or another on this, just notes the rumor) and also points out that since Batman isn't a major part of the story it would be easier for Ben to direct and act in the film as compared to The Batman.
At 10:20 he says that on the following Tuesday people on both WB's side and Ben's side told him that Ben passed. Kroll then says it isn't clear how close the deal was, "he could've also just called him up, like, 'Toby you should probably move on', when you do that it doesn't necessarily mean you were offered." He goes on to say that for Ben WB was trying to woo him into directing Flashpoint whereas Daley and Goldstein were trying to win WB over. "That's just how it goes."
At 22:49, asked about what he's hearing regarding how long Ben stays Kroll responds "To be fair, I honestly don't know. I've talked to people... I will say... People at the agencies repped by... still [feel] it's his. Still are under that impression. They've given me no sense that he is-" Host leads, So if he does walk away, that will be Ben's choice rather than Warners going... Kroll: "Yes. And it's not like... like Matt Reeves is going to cut the cord here. He came in after the fact, not before the fact."
In between minutes 10 and 23 he also goes off on Frosty from Collider, if you're interested.
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2017.11.24 03:31 autobuzzfeedbot 28 Facts About “Freaks And Geeks” That’ll Make You Appreciate The Show Even More

  1. The only actor who was the same age as his character was John Francis Daley, who was 14 during the time of filming.
  2. Linda Cardenelli, who played Sam Weir's 16-year-old older sister, was actually 24 during the time of filming.
  3. In contrast, Sarah Hagan, Lindsay Weir's on-screen mathlete friend, was 15 during the time of filming.
  4. Even though they were a couple on screen, James Franco and Busy Philipps actually hated each other.
  5. Linda Cardellini still has the camo jacket she wore throughout the series.
  6. Jesse Eisenberg was a second choice when casting the role of Sam Weir.
  7. Shia LaBeouf also auditioned for the role of Neil Schweiber.
  8. Busy Philipps originally auditioned for the part of Lindsay Weir, but was asked by the producers to try out for the role of Kim Kelly instead.
  9. The pilot was filmed in a real school, which was also the same school that Clueless and numerous other films used.#Use_as_a_filming_location)
  10. The rest of the series was actually filmed in a set that was made to look exactly like the real, original school.
  11. James Franco and Seth Rogen were on a strict vegan diet throughout filming, because Seth wanted to lose weight.
  12. Jason Segel and Linda Cardellini dated as characters on the show, and then for five years off-screen after the show ended.
  13. Linda and Busy share the same birthday – June 25th – only four years apart.
  14. Paul Feig said that if the show had a second series, he'd have wanted Sam Weir and Cindy Sanders to become mortal enemies, running against each other for Student Body President.
  15. Also in that season-that-never-was, Kim Kelly would've gotten pregnant, Bill Haverchuck would've become a jock, and Lindsay might've dealt with drug addiction.
  16. Paul Feig also said that he imagined the show eventually becoming a story about the whole town; who got out of it and who didn't.
  17. Busy Philipps and Linda Cardenelli were friends and classmates at Loyola Marymount University before the show.
  18. The show was set in Michigan, but filmed in California, so the crew avoided shooting outside as much as possible so as not to get any tell-tale palm trees in shot.
  19. The stories in the show are based on the real experiences of the writers.
  20. In fact, the infamous ~Parisian night~ disco jumpsuit that Sam Weir wears is something that happened to Paul Feig.
  21. The crew and cinematographer were under strict instructions to use green and grey lighting to make the show look drab and overcast.
  22. Lizzy Caplan (of Mean Girls fame) auditioned for the roles of both Lindsay Weir and Kim Kelly, before eventually being cast as Sara.
  23. Judd Apatow and Paul Feig told Linda Cardenelli and Busy Phillips not to lose weight for the show (unlike what most actresses would've been told at the time) because they were so adamant that the characters should look like real, believable kids.
  24. It was the lowest rated TV show on NBC for weeks when it was first broadcast.
  25. Judd Apatow often sees the movies he makes as continuations of characters of Freaks and Geeks, which is why he often casts the actors from the show.
  26. Ben Stiller appeared in the 17th episode as a favour to Judd Apatow in an effort to prevent the show being cancelled. However, by the time that episode aired, the show had already been cancelled.
  27. In that timeless, perfect scene in which Martin Starr's character is eating dinner and laughing at Gary Shandling on the TV, he is actually laughing at Apatow and another series writer shouting dirty jokes at him because Starr didn't actually find Shandling funny.
  28. Paul Feig dreams of turning the series into a stage musical.
Link to article
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2017.06.14 08:57 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 2006 (out of the 5,008 films released worldwide that year.)

  1. Bambi II (Director: Brian Pimental)
  2. Cars (Directors: John Lasseter + Joe Ranft)
  3. Charlotte’s Web (Director: Gary Winick)
  4. Comic Evangelist (Directors: Daniel Jones + Dann Sytsma)
  5. Curious George (Director: Matthew O’Callaghan)
  6. Doogal (Directors: Dave Borthwick, Jean Duval + Frank Passingham)
  7. Elephant Tales (Director: Mario Andreacchio)
  8. Epiphany: The Cycle Of Life (Director: Ali Hossaini)
  9. Everyone’s Heros (Directors: Colin Brady, Christopher Reeve + Dan St. Pierre)
  10. Franklin and the Turtle Lake Treasure (Director: Dominique Monfery)
  11. Modern Man (Director: Justin Swibel)
  12. Shark Bait (Director: Howard E. Baker, John Fox + Kyung Ho Lee)
  13. Stanley’s Dinosaur Round-Up (Director: Jeff Buckland)
  14. Strawberry Shortcake: The Sweet Dreams Movie (Director: Karen Hyden)
  15. The Gig (Director: Jason Leo Baguio)
  16. The Legend Of Sasquatch (Director: Thomas Calicoat)
  17. The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (Director: Michael Lembeck)
  18. The Wild (Director: Steve “Spaz” Williams)
  19. Urmel aus dem Eis (Directors: Reinhard Klooss + Holger Tappe)
  1. A Broken Sole (Director: Antony Marsellis)
  2. A Merry Little Christmas (Directors: John Dowling, Jr. + Karl Fink)
  3. A Sacred Proof (Director: Yehuda Freeman)
  4. Aimee Semple McPherson (Director: Richard Rossi)
  5. Akeelah + The Bee (Director: Doug Atchinson)
  6. Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker (Director: Geoffrey Sax)
  7. Always Will (Director: Michael Sammaciccia)
  8. Amazing Grace (Director: Michael Apted)
  9. Aquamarine (Director: Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum)
  10. Arthur + The Invisibles (Director: Luc Besson)
  11. As You Like It (Director: Kenneth Branagh)
  12. Azur + Asmar: The Princes’ Quest (Director: Michel Ocelot)
  13. Barnyard (Director: Steve Oedekerk)
  14. Beautiful Dreamer (Director: Terri Farley-Teruel)
  15. Believe In Me (Director: Robert Collector)
  16. Bonneville (Director: Christopher N. Rowley)
  17. Brothers Two (Director: Jennifer Tadlock)
  18. Casi casi (Directors: Jaime Vallés + Tony Vallés)
  19. Christmas At Maxwell’s (Director: William C. Laufer)
  20. Church Ball (Director: Kurt Hale)
  21. Collier + Co. (Director: John Schneider)
  22. Conversations With God (Director: Stephen Deutsch)
  23. Crusade In Jeans (Director: Ben Sombogaart)
  24. Deck The Halls (Director: John Whitesell)
  25. Dog Lover’s Symphony (Director: Ted Fukuda)
  26. Eight Below (Director: Frank Marshall)
  27. Eragon (Director: Stefen Fangmeier)
  28. Everest E.R. (Directors: Brad McLain + Sean McLain)
  29. Faith Like Potatoes (Director: Regardt van den Bergh)
  30. Feliz Navidad (Director: Michael Baez)
  31. Fire Creek (Director: Jed Wells)
  32. Flicka (Director: Michael Mayer)
  33. Flushed Away (Directors: David Bowers + Sam Fell)
  34. Garfield II: A Tale Of Two Kitties (Director: Tim Hill)
  35. Glory Road (Director: James Gartner)
  36. Goose On The Loose (Goose!) Director: Nicholas Kendall)
  37. Guadalupe (Director: Santiago Parra)
  38. Happily N’Ever After (Directors: Paul Bolger, Yvette Kaplan + Greg Tiernan)
  39. Happy Feet (Directors: George Miller, Warren Coleman + Judy Morris)
  40. Hoot (Director: Wil Shriner)
  41. How To Eat Fried Worms (Director: Bob Dolman)
  42. How To Stoppie (Director: Drew Umland)
  43. I’ll Believe You (Director: Paul Francis Sullivan)
  44. Ice Age: The Meltdown (Director: Carlos Saldanha)
  45. Invincible (Director: Ericson Core)
  46. Love’s Abiding Joy (Director: Michael Landon, Jr.)
  47. M For Mother (Director: Rasool Mollagholi Poor)
  48. Material Girls (Director: Martha Coolidge)
  49. Milarepa (Director: Neten Chokling)
  50. Miss Potter (Director: Chris Noonan)
  51. Monster House (Director: Gil Kenan)
  52. My Bad Dad (Director: Mack Polhemus)
  53. Nacho Libre (Director: Jared Hess)
  54. Naming Number Two (Director: Toa Fraser)
  55. Night At The Museum (Director: Shawn Levy)
  56. Offside (Director: Jafar Panahi)
  57. One Night With The King (Director: Michael O. Sajbel)
  58. Opal Dream (Director: Peter Cattaneo)
  59. Open Season (Directors: Roger Allers, Jill Culton + Anthony Stacchi)
  60. Outlaw Trail: The Treasure of Butch Cassidy (Director: Ryan Little)
  61. Over The Hedge (Directors: Tim Johnson + Karey Kirkpatrick)
  62. Penelope (Director: Mark Palansky)
  63. RV (Director: Barry Sonnenfeld)
  64. Red Riding Hood (Director: Randal Kleiser)
  65. Return with Honor: A Missionary Homecoming (Director: Michael Amundsen)
  66. Reunion (Director: Sheila Norman)
  67. Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles (Directors: Dong-Wook Lee + Tommy Yune)
  68. Rocky Balboa (Director: Sylvester Stallone)
  69. Saving Shiloh (Director: Sandy Tung)
  70. Sea Of Dreams (Director: José Pepe Bojórquez)
  71. Secret Of The Cave (Director: Zach C. Gray)
  72. Spymate (Director: Robert Vince)
  73. Stalking Santa (Director: Greg Kiefer)
  74. The Ant Bully (Director: John A. Davis)
  75. The Blue Elephant (Directors: Kompin Kemgumnird + Tod Polson)
  76. The Celestine Prophecy (Director: Armand Mastroianni)
  77. The Genius Club (Director: Timothy A. Chey)
  78. The Lake House (Director: Alejandro Agresti)
  79. The Nativity Story (Director: Catherine Hardwick)
  80. The Pink Panther (Director: Shawn Levy)
  81. The Race Begins (Director: Edward Fu)
  82. The Shaggy Dog (Director: Brian Robbins)
  83. The Thief Lord (Director: Richard Claus)
  84. The Ultimate Gift (Director: Michael O. Sajbel)
  85. The Water’s Edge (Director: Robin Conly)
  86. The Work and the Glory III: A House Divided (Director: Sterling Van Wagenen)
  87. The Year My Parents Went on Vacation (Director: Cao Hamburger)
  88. Think Tank (Director: Brian Petersen)
  89. Unaccompanied Minors (Director: Paul Feig)
  90. Unidentified (Director: Rich Christiano)
  91. Vitus (Director: Fredi M. Murer)
  92. We Are Marshall (Director: McG)
  93. When I Find The Ocean (Director: Tonya S. Holly)
  94. Zoom (Director: Peter Hewitt)
  1. 16 Blocks (Director: Richard Donner)
  2. A Good Year (Director: Ridley Scott)
  3. A Lobster Tale (Director: Adam Massey)
  4. A Prairie Home Companion (Director: Robert Altman)
  5. ATL (Director: Chris Robinson)
  6. Accepted (Director: Steve Pink)
  7. Al Qarem (Directors: Affandy Yacoob + Ajmal Yourish)
  8. Alien Autopsy (Director: Jonny Campbell)
  9. All You’ve Got (Director: Neema Barnette)
  10. All The King’s Men (Director: Steven Zaillian)
  11. American Dreamz (Director: Paul Weitz)
  12. Annapolis (Director: Justin Lin)
  13. Antonia (Director: Tata Amaral)
  14. Assphalt Assassins (Director: Brian Bourke)
  15. Avenue Montaigne (Director: Danièle Thompson)
  16. Away From Her (Director: Sarah Polley)
  17. Bacterium (Director: Brett Piper)
  18. Bandidas (Directors: Joachim Rønning + Espen Sandberg)
  19. Bella (Director: Alejandro Monteverde)
  20. Bienvenido paisano (Director: Rafael Villaseñor Kuri)
  21. Big Momma’s House II (Director: John Whitesell)
  22. Blind Dating (Director: James Keach)
  23. Blind Love (Director: Janghun Troy Choi)
  24. Bolly Double (Director: Petrichor Bharali)
  25. Broken Bridges (Director: Steven Goldmann)
  26. Broken Sky (Director: Julián Hernández)
  27. Canvas (Director: Joseph Greco)
  28. Casino Royale (Director: Martin Campbell)
  29. Catch A Fire (Director: Phillip Noyce)
  30. Catch + Release (Director: Susannah Grant)
  31. Chalk (Director: Mike Akel)
  32. Chocolate Rap (Director: Chi Y. Lee)
  33. Citizen Duane (Director: Michael Mabbott)
  34. Click (Director: Frank Coraci)
  35. Color Of The Cross (Director: Jean-Claude La Marre)
  36. Comeback Season (Director: Bruce McCulloch)
  37. Copying Beethoven (Director: Agnieszka Holland)
  38. Crossover (Director: Preston A. Whitmore II)
  39. DOA: Dead Or Alive (Director: Corey Yuen)
  40. Date Movie (Directors: Aaron Seltzer + Jason Friedberg)
  41. Déjà vu (Director: Tony Scott)
  42. Dirty Laundry (Director: Maurice Jamal)
  43. Disappearances (Director: Jay Craven)
  44. Domestic Import (Director: Kevin Connor)
  45. Dreamgirls (Director: Bill Condon)
  46. Driving Lessons (Director: Jeremy Brock)
  47. Ella At Five (Director: David Quinn)
  48. Employee Of The Month (Director: Greg Coolidge)
  49. Evil Behind You (Directors: Jim Carroll + Jason Kerr)
  50. Eye Of The Dolphin (Director: Michael D. Sellers)
  51. Facing The Giants (Director: Alex Kendrick)
  52. Failure To Launch (Director: Tom Dey)
  53. Falling For Grace (Director: Fay Ann Lee)
  54. Fearless (Director: Ronny Yu)
  55. Firewall (Director: Richard Loncraine)
  56. Flyboys (Director: Tony Bill)
  57. For Your Consideration (Director: Christopher Guest)
  58. Forget About It (Director: B.J. Davis)
  59. Golden Door (Director: Emanuele Crialese)
  60. Gray Matters (Director: Sue Kramer)
  61. Gridiron Gang (Director: Phil Joanou)
  62. Griffin + Phoenix (Director: Ed Stone)
  63. Heavens Fall (Director: Terry Green)
  64. Hookers, Inc. (Director: Tim Pingel)
  65. I’m Not Stupid Too (Director: Jack Neo)
  66. I’m Reed Fish (Director: Zackary Adler)
  67. Irish Jam (Director: John Eyres)
  68. It’s A Boy Girl Thing (Director: Nick Hurran)
  69. Jade Warrior (Director: Antti-Jussi Annila)
  70. John Tucker Must Die (Director: Betty Thomas)
  71. Judges (Director: Stephen Patrick Walker)
  72. Just Like The Son (Director: Morgan J. Freeman)
  73. Just My Luck (Director: Donald Petrie)
  74. Kalamazoo? (Director: David O’Malley)
  75. Keeping Up With The Steins (Director: Scott Marshall)
  76. Kenny (Director: Clayton Jacobson)
  77. Kokoda: 39th Battalion (Director: Alister Grierson)
  78. Lady In The Water (Director: M. Night Shyamalan)
  79. Lage Raho Munna Bhai (Director: Rajkumar Hirani)
  80. Larry The Cable Guy: Health Inspector (Director: Trent Cooper)
  81. Last Holiday (Director: Wayne Wang)
  82. Last Stop For Paul (Director: Neil Mandt)
  83. Little Man (Director: Keenen Ivory Wayans)
  84. Love + Debate (Director: Jessica Kavana Dornbusch)
  85. Love + Honour (Director: Yôji Yamada)
  86. Madea’s Family Reunion (Director: Tyler Perry)
  87. Man Of The Year (Director: Barry Levinson)
  88. Marie Antoinette (Director: Sofia Coppola)
  89. Midnight Clear (Director: Dallas Jenkins)
  90. Miriam (Director: Matt Cimber)
  91. Mission: Impossible III (Director: J.J. Abrams)
  92. Moonpie (Director: Drake Doremus)
  93. My Best Friend (Director: Patrice Leconte)
  94. My Brother (Director: Anthony Lover)
  95. My First Wedding (Director: Laurent Firode)
  96. My Super Ex-Girlfriend (Director: Ivan Reitman)
  97. Nihon chinbotsu (Director: Shinji Higuchi)
  98. Nina’s Heavenly Delights (Director: Pratibha Parmar)
  99. Offshore (Director: Diane Cheklich)
  100. One Last Dance (Director: Max Makowski)
  101. Outsourced (Director: John Jeffcoat)
  102. Passion + Brotherhood (Director: Drew Stone)
  103. Peaceful Warrior (Director: Victor Salva)
  104. Phat Girlz (Director: Nnegest Likké)
  105. Pirates Of Treasure Island (Director: Leigh Scott)
  106. Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (Director: Gore Verbinski)
  107. Pirates Of The Great Salt Lake (Director: E.R. Nelson)
  108. Poseidon (Director: Wolfgang Petersen)
  109. Priceless (Director: Pierre Salvadori)
  110. Pulse (Director: Jim Sonzero)
  111. Raising Flagg (Director: Neal Miller)
  112. Relative Strangers (Director: Greg Glienna)
  113. Rescue Dawn (Director: Werner Herzog)
  114. Rounding Home (Director: Phillip Abatecola)
  115. Scary Movie IV (Director: David Zucker)
  116. School For Scoundrels (Director: Todd Phillips)
  117. Scoop (Director: Woody Allen)
  118. Sea Of Fear (Director: Andrew Schuth)
  119. Seth (Director: Corbin Timbrook)
  120. Seven Days Of Grace (Director: Don E. FauntLeRoy)
  121. She’s The Man (Director: Andy Fickman)
  122. Sixty Six (Director: Paul Weiland)
  123. Something New (Director: Sanaa Hamri)
  124. Starter For 10 (Director: Tom Vaughan)
  125. Stay Alive (Director: William Brent Bell)
  126. Step Up (Director: Anne Fletcher)
  127. Stick It (Director: Jessica Bendiger)
  128. Stranger Than Fiction (Director: Marc Forster)
  129. Street Wok’n (Director: Eric Matyas)
  130. Summer Sunshine (Director: David Kentwood)
  131. Superman Returns (Director: Bryan Singer)
  132. Take The Lead (Director: Liz Friedlander)
  133. Tales From Earthsea (Director: Gorô Miyazaki)
  134. Talladega Nights: The Ballad Of Ricky Bobby (Director: Adam McKay)
  135. The Benchwarmers (Director: Dennis Dugan)
  136. The Break-Up (Director: Peyton Reed)
  137. The Covenant (Director: Renny Harlin)
  138. The Da Vinci Code (Director: Ron Howard)
  139. The Devil Wears Prada (Director: David Frankel)
  140. The Ex (Director: Jesse Peretz)
  141. The Fast + The Furious: Tokyo Drift (Director: Justin Lin)
  142. The Final Inquiry (Director: Giulio Base)
  143. The Flying Scotsman (Director: Douglas Mackinnon)
  144. The Fountain (Director: Darren Aronofsky)
  145. The Foursome (Director: William Dear)
  146. The Garage (Director: Carl Thibault)
  147. The Grudge II (Director: Takashi Shimizu)
  148. The Guardian (Director: Andrew Davis)
  149. The Holiday (Director: Nancy Meyers)
  150. The Illusionist (Director: Neil Burger)
  151. The Lather Effect (Director: Sarah Kelly)
  152. The Little Things (Director: Stephen Padilla)
  153. The Lives Of The Saints (Directors: Chris Cottam + Rankin)
  154. The Marine (Director: John Bonito)
  155. The Namesake (Director: Mira Nair)
  156. The Novice (Director: Murray Robinson)
  157. The Painted Veil (Director: John Curran)
  158. The Prestige (Director: Christopher Nolan)
  159. The Pursuit Of Happyness (Director: Gabriele Muccino)
  160. The Queen (Director: Stephen Frears)
  161. The Return (Director: Asif Kapadia)
  162. The Sasquatch Gang (Director: Tim Skousen)
  163. The Second Chance (Director: Steve Taylor)
  164. The Sentinel (Director: Clark Johnson)
  165. The Surfer King (Director: Bernard Murray, Jr.)
  166. The Valet (Director: Francis Veber)
  167. The Visitation (Director: Robby Henson)
  168. The Wicker Man (Director: Neil LaBute)
  169. Thr3e (Director: Robby Henson)
  170. Tomorrow Is Today (Director: Frederic Lumiere)
  171. Tristan + Isolde (Director: Kevin Reynolds)
  172. Ultraviolet (Director: Kurt Wimmer)
  173. Unbeatable Harold (Director: Ari Palitz)
  174. Under The Sycamore Tree (Director: Shane Dean)
  175. Vigilantes (Director: Trevor L. Smith)
  176. Waltzing Anna (Directors: Doug Bollinger + Bx Giongrete)
  177. When The Stranger Calls (Director: Simon West)
  178. X-Men: The Last Stand (Director: Brett Ratner)
  179. You, Me + Dupree (Directors: Anthony Russo + Joe Russo)
  180. Zen Man (Director: Sang H. Kim)
  1. .45 (Director: Garry Lennon)
  2. 10 Items Or Less (Director: Brad Silberling)
  3. 10th + Wolf (Director: Robert Moresco)
  4. 13: Game Of Death (Director: Chookiat Sakveerakul)
  5. 300 (Director: Zack Snyder)
  6. 5up 2down (Directors: Steven Kessler)
  7. A Crime (Director: Manuel Pradal)
  8. A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints (Director: Dito Montiel)
  9. A New Wave (Director: Jason Carvey)
  10. A Scanner Darkly (Director: Richard Linklater)
  11. Abominable (Director: Ryan Schifrin)
  12. After The Wedding (Director: Susanne Bier)
  13. After... (Director: David L. Cunningham)
  14. All In (Director: Nick Vallelonga)
  15. All The Boys Love Mandy Lane (Director: Jonathan Levine)
  16. Alpha Dog (Director: Nick Cassavetes)
  17. Alpha Male (Director: Dan Wilde)
  18. Altered (Director: Eduardo Sánchez)
  19. An Existential Affair (Director: Peggy Bruen)
  20. Another Heist (Director: Sean Spoatcoat Brown)
  21. Apocalypto (Director: Mel Gibson)
  22. Art School Confidential (Director: Terry Zwigoff)
  23. Ask The Dust (Director: Robert Towne)
  24. Babel (Director: Alejandro González Iñárritu)
  25. Backlash (Director: David Chameides)
  26. Backwaters (Director: Jag Mundhra)
  27. Bas Ek Pal (Director: Onir)
  28. Basic Instinct II (Director: Michael Caton-Jones)
  29. Battle Of The Warriors (Director: Chi Leung 'Jacob' Cheung)
  30. Beer League (Director: Frank Sebastiano)
  31. Beerfest (Director: Jay Chandrasekhar)
  32. Behind The Mask: The Rise Of Leslie Vernon (Director: Scott Glosserman)
  33. Beyond The Wall Of Sleep (Directors: Barrett J. Leigh + Thom Maurer)
  34. Big Bad Wolf (Director: Lance W. Dreesen)
  35. Big Nothing (Director: Jean-Baptiste Andrea)
  36. Black Book (Director: Paul Verhoeven)
  37. Black Christmas (Director: Glen Morgan)
  38. Black Snake Moan (Director: Craig Brewer)
  39. Blood Diamond (Director: Edward Zwick)
  40. Blood Trails (Director: Robert Krause)
  41. Bobby (Director: Emilio Estevez)
  42. Bon Cop Bad Cop (Director: Erik Canuel)
  43. Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (Director: Larry Charles)
  44. Bordertown (Director: Gregory Nava)
  45. Breaking + Entering (Director: Anthony Minghella)
  46. Broken (Director: Alan White)
  47. Broken (Directors: Simon Boyes + Adam Mason)
  48. Brutal (Director: Filip Chalatsis)
  49. Bug (Director: William Friedkin)
  50. Bullets, Blood + A Fistful Of Ca$h (Director: Sam Akina)
  51. Caffeine (Director: John Cosgrove)
  52. Candy (Director: Neil Armfield)
  53. Candy Stripers (Director: Kate Robbins)
  54. Canes (Director: Michael Bafaro)
  55. Cargo (Director: Clive Gordon)
  56. Cashback (Director: Sean Ellis)
  57. Cattle Call (Director: Martin Guigui)
  58. Children Of Men (Director: Alfonso Cuarón)
  59. Chores (Director: Sonnie Hamner)
  60. Chronicle Of An Escape (Director: Israel Adrián Caetano)
  61. Civic Duty (Director: Jeff Renfroe)
  62. Clerks II (Director: Kevin Smith)
  63. Cloud 9 (Director: Harry Basil)
  64. Colma: The Musical (Director: Richard Wong)
  65. Come Early Morning (Director: Joey Lauren Adams)
  66. Confetti (Director: Debbie Isitt)
  67. Costa Chica: Confession OF An Exorcist)
  68. Crank (Directors: Mark Neveldine + Brian Taylor)
  69. Cravings (Director: D.J. Evans)
  70. Crazy Eights (Director: Jimi Jones)
  71. Crooked (Director: Art Camacho)
  72. Curse Of The Golden Flower (Director: Yimou Zhang)
  73. Cut Sleeve Boys (Director: Ray Teung)
  74. Dangerous Flowers (Director: Poj Arnon)
  75. Danika (Director: Ariel Vromen)
  76. Danny Roane: First Time Director (Director: Andy Dick)
  77. Dark Heart (Director: Kevin Lewis)
  78. Dark Ride (Director: Craig Singer)
  79. Day Watch (Director: Timur Bekmambetov)
  80. Day Of Wrath (Games Of Swords) (Director: Adrien Rudomin)
  81. Days Of Glory (Director: Rachid Bouchareb)
  82. Dead Calling (Director: Mike Nichols)
  83. Dead In 3 Days (Director: Andreas Prochaska)
  84. Deadly Lessons (Director: Stuart Paul)
  85. Death Ride (Director: Junichi Suzuki)
  86. Death Of A President (Director: Gabriel Range)
  87. Descansos (Director: J. Michael Kipikash)
  88. Detroit (Director: Brian Lawrence)
  89. Diary (Director: Oxide Chun Pang)
  90. Diggers (Director: Katherine Dieckmann)
  91. Dirty Work (Director: Bruce Terris)
  92. Disorder (Director: Jack Thomas Smith)
  93. Displaced (Director: Martin Holland)
  94. Dominion (Director: Larry Anderson, Greg Myers, David Neilsen + Lia Scott Price)
  95. Dominos: The Games We Play (Director: Nahala Johnson)
  96. Dracula’s Curse (Director: Leight Scott)
  97. Dreamland (Director: Jason Matzner)
  98. Driftwood (Director: Tim Sullivan)
  99. Efectos secundarios (Director: Issa López)
  100. El Cortez (Director: Stephen Purvis)
  101. El cantante (Director: Leon Ichaso)
  102. Electric Apricot (Director: Les Claypool)
  103. End Game (Director: Andy Cheng)
  104. Even Money (Director: Mark Rydell)
  105. Everything’s Gone Green (Director: Paul Fox)
  106. Exiled (Director: Johnnie To)
  107. Factory Girl (Director: George Hickenlooper)
  108. Fade To Black (Director: Oliver Parker)
  109. False Prophets (Director: Robert Kevin Townsend)
  110. Farce Of The Penguins (Director: Bob Saget)
  111. Fast Food Nation (Director: Richard Linklater)
  112. Fat Girls (Director: Ash Christian)
  113. Fatwa (Director: John Carter)
  114. Fay Grim (Director: Hal Hartley)
  115. Fido (Director: Andrew Currie)
  116. Final Contract: Death On Delivery (Director: Axel Sand)
  117. Final Destination III (Director: James Wong)
  118. Final move (Director: Joey Travolta)
  119. Find Me Guilty (Director: Sidney Lumet)
  120. Fingerprints (Director: Harry Basil)
  121. First Snow (Director: Mark Fergus)
  122. Five Fingers (Director: Laurence Malkin)
  123. Flags Of Our Fathers (Director: Clint Eastwood)
  124. Flannel Pajamas (Director: Jeff Lipsky)
  125. For Sale By Owner (Director: Pritesh Chheda)
  126. Forgiving The Franklins (Director: Jay Floyd)
  127. Freedomland (Director: Joe Roth)
  128. Friends With Money (Director: Nicole Holofcener)
  129. Fuera del cielo (Director: Javier “Fox” Patrón)
  130. Full Clip (Director: Mink)
  131. Funny Money (Director: Leslie Greif)
  132. Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus (Director: Steven Shainberg)
  133. G.I. Jesus (Director: Carl Colpaert)
  134. Gente Comun (Director: Ignacio Rinza)
  135. Gone (Director: Ringan Ledwidge)
  136. Goya’s Ghosts (Director: Milos Forman)
  137. Grad Night (Director: Michael T. Fitzgerald, Jr.)
  138. Grandma’s Boy (Director: Nicholaus Goossen)
  139. Greed (Director Ron Wolotzky)
  140. Grilled (Director: Jason Ensler)
  141. Grimm Love (Director: Martin Weisz)
  142. Gringo Wedding (Director: Tas Salini)
  143. Guilty Hearts (Directors: George Augusto, Savina Dellicour, Phil Dornfeld, Ravi Kumar, Benjamin Ross, Paul Black + Krystoff Przykucki)
  144. Half Light (Director: Craig Rosenberg)
  145. Half Nelson (Director: Ryan Fleck)
  146. Hatchet (Director: Adam Green)
  147. High Hopes (Director: Joe Eckardt)
  148. Holla (Director: H.M. Coakley)
  149. Holly (Director: Guy Moshe)
  150. Hollywood Dreams (Director: Henry Jaglom)
  151. Hollywoodland (Director: Allen Coulter)
  152. Home Of The Brave (Director: Irwin Winkler)
  153. Homie Spumoni (Director: Mike Cerrone)
  154. Honor (Director: David Worth)
  155. Hood Of Horror (Director: Stacy Tile)
  156. Hot Tamale (Director: Michael Damian)
  157. How To Go Out On A Date In Queens (Director: Michelle Danner)
  158. I Love Miami (Director: Alejandro González Padilla)
  159. I Served The King Of England (Director: Jiri Menzel)
  160. I Want Someone To Eat Cheese With (Director: Jeff Garlin)
  161. Idiocracy (Director: Mike Judge)
  162. Idlewild (Director: Bryan Barber)
  163. In Her Line Of Fire (Director: Brian Trenchard-Smith)
  164. In A Dark Place (Director: Donato Rotunno)
  165. In ascolto (Director: Giacomo Martelli)
  166. Incubus (Director: Anya Camilleri)
  167. Infamous (Director: Douglas McGrath)
  168. Inland Empire (Director: David Lynch)
  169. Inside Man (Director: Spike Lee)
  170. Ira + Abby (Director: Robert Cary)
  171. Irresistible (Director: Ann Turner)
  172. Islander (Director: Ian McCrudden)
  173. Jimmy + Judy (Director: Randall Rubin + Jonathan Schroder)
  174. Jindabyne (Director: Ray Lawrence)
  175. Johnny Was (Director: Mark Hammond)
  176. Joshua (Director: Travis Betz)
  177. Journey From The Fall (Director: Ham Tran)
  178. Journey To The End Of The Night (Director: Eric Eason)
  179. KM31: Kilometre 31 (Director: Rigoberto Castañeda)
  180. Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (Director: Karan Johar)
  181. Karla (Director: Joel Bender)
  182. Kettle Of Fish (Director: Claudia Myers)
  183. Kidulthood (Director: Menhaj Huda)
  184. Kill Your Darlings (Director: Björne Larson)
  185. Killing Down (Director: Blake Calhoun)
  186. Kiss Me Again (Director: William Tyler Smith)
  187. Kisses + Caroms (Director: Vincent Rocca)
  188. Lady Chatterley (Director: Pascale Ferran)
  189. Land Of The Blind (Director: Robert Edwards)
  190. Last Sunset (Director: Michael Valverde)
  191. Legit (Director: James W. Boinski)
  192. Lenexa, 1 Mile (Director: Jason Wiles)
  193. Let’s Go To Prison (Director: Bob Odenkirk)
  194. Letters From Iwo Jima (Director: Clint Eastwood)
  195. Lies + Alibis (Directors: Matt Checkowski + Kurt Mattila)
  196. Like Minds (Director: Gregory Read)
  197. Lime Salted Love (Directors: Danielle Agnello + Joe Hall)
  198. Little Chenier (Director: Bethany Ashton Wolf)
  199. Little Children (Director: Todd Field)
  200. Little Miss Sunshine (Director: Jonathan Dayton + Valerie Faris)
  201. Live Feed (Director: Ryan Nicholson)
  202. Live Free Or Die (Directors: Gregg Kavet + Andy Robin)
  203. Local Color (Director: George Gallo)
  204. London To Brighton (Director: Paul Andrew Williams)
  205. Lonely Hearts (Director: Todd Robinson)
  206. Look @ Me (Director: Todd Wade)
  207. Los Gringos (Director: Daniel Zubiate)
  208. Los pajarracos (Directors: Hector Hernandez + Horacio Rivera)
  209. Lost Signal (Director: Brian McNamara)
  210. Love Comes To The Executioner (Director: Kyle Bergersen)
  211. Love Is The Drug (Director: Elliott Lester)
  212. Love + Other Disasters (Director: Alek Keshishian)
  213. Lucky Number Slevin (Director: Paul McGuigan)
  214. Man About Town (Director: Mike Binder)
  215. Maple Palm (Director: Ralph Torjan)
  216. Memory (Director: Bennett Davlin)
  217. Mentor (Director: David Langlitz)
  218. Mercury Man (Director: Bhandit Thongdee)
  219. Miami Vice (Director: Michael Mann)
  220. Mini’s First Time (Director: Nick Guthe)
  221. Minotaur (Director: Jonathan English)
  222. Moscow Zero (Director: María Lidón)
  223. Mr. Fix It (Director: Darin Ferriola)
  224. Mr. Hell (Director: Rob McKinnon)
  225. Mulberry St. (Director: Jim Mickle)
  226. Nailed (Director: Adreian O’Connell)
  227. Never On A Sunday (Director: Daniel Gruener)
  228. Night Feeders (Director: Jet Eller)
  229. Night Of The Living Dead in 3-D (Director: Jeff Broadstreet)
  230. Nightmare Man (Director: Rolfe Kanefsky)
  231. No Regret (Director: Hee-il Leesong)
  232. Notes On A Scandal (Director: Richard Eyre)
  233. Novel Romance (Director: Emily Skopov)
  234. O Jerusalem (Director: Élie Chouraqui)
  235. Off The Black (Director: James Ponsoldt)
  236. Only The Brave (Director: Lane Nishikawa)
  237. Open Water II: Adrift (Director: Hans Horn)
  238. Open Window (Director: Mia Goldman)
  239. Ouija (Director: Khaled Youssef)
  240. Pan’s Labyrinth (Director: Guillermo del Toro)
  241. Paprika (Director: Satoshi Kon)
  242. Paris, je t'aime (Directors: Olivier Assayas, Frédéric Auburtin, Emmanuel Benbihy, Gurinder Chadha, Sylvain Chomet, Joel Coen, Isabel Coixet, Wes Craven, Alfonso Cuarón, Gérard Depardieu, Christopher Doyle, Richard LaGravenese, Vincenzo Natali, Alexander Payne, Bruno Podalydès, Walter Salles, Oliver Schmitz, Nobuhiro Suwa, Daniela Thomas, Tom Tykwer + Gus Van Sant)
  243. Park (Director: Kurt Voelker)
  244. Penny Dreadful (Director: Richard Brandes)
  245. Perfect Creature (Director: Glenn Standring)
  246. Perfume: The Story Of A Murderer (Director: Tom Tykwer)
  247. Plasterhead (Director: Kevin Higgins)
  248. Played (Director: Sean Stanek)
  249. Pledge This! (Directors: William Heins + Strathford Hamilton)
  250. Premium (Director: Pete Chatmon)
  251. Pretty Cool (Director: Rolfe Kanefsky)
  252. Psychopathia Sexualis (Director: Bret Wood)
  253. Pu-239 (Director: Scott Z. Burns)
  254. Pucked (National Lampoon’s) (Director: Arthur Hiller)
  255. Puff, Puff, Pass (Director: Mekhi Phifer)
  256. Push (Director: Dave Rodriguez)
  257. Quinceañera (Directors: Richard Glatzer + Wash Westmoreland)
  258. Rainbow Raani (Director: Harbance Kumar)
  259. Raising Jeffrey Dahmer (Director: Rich Ambler)
  260. Rampage: The Hillside Strangler Murders (Director: Chris Fisher)
  261. Re-cycle (Director: Danny Pang + Oxide Chun Pang)
  262. Read On (Director: Jeff Faulkinbury)
  263. Renaissance (Director: Christian Volckman)
  264. Reprise (Director: Joachim Trier)
  265. Right At Your Door (Director: Chris Gorak)
  266. Rocker (Director: Lauren Patrice Nadler)
  267. Running Scared (Director: Wayne Kramer)
  268. Running With Scissors (Director: Ryan Murphy)
  269. S&Man (Director: J.T. Petty)
  270. Sakebi (Director: Kiyoshi Kurosawa)
  271. Sam’s Lake (Director: Andrew C. Erin)
  272. Sasquatch Mountain (Director: Steven R. Monroe)
  273. Satanic (Director: Dan Golden)
  274. Saw III (Director: Darren Lynn Bousman)
  275. Scenes Of A Sexual Nature (Director: Ed Blum)
  276. Scorpius Gigantus (Director: Tommy Withrow)
  277. Séance (Director: Mark L. Smith)
  278. Section 8 (Director: Carl Gilliard)
  279. See No Evil (Director: Gregory Dark)
  280. Seraphim Falls (Director: David Von Ancken)
  281. Serum (Director: Steve Franke)
  282. Severance (Director: Christopher Smith)
  283. Shadow: Dead Riot (Director: Derek Wan)
  284. Sherrybaby (Director: Laurie Collyer)
  285. Shock To The System (Director: Ron Oliver)
  286. Silent Hill (Director: Christophe Gans)
  287. Simon Says (Director: William Dear)
  288. Sisters (Director: Douglas Buck)
  289. Skinwalkers (Director: James Isaac)
  290. Sleeping Dogs Lie (Director: Bob Goldthwait)
  291. Slither (Director: James Gunn)
  292. Smashes, Bashes + Crashes (Director: Drew Stone)
  293. Smokin’ Aces (Director: Joe Carnahan)
  294. Snakes On A Plane (Director: David R. Ellis)
  295. Soul’s Midnight (Director: Harry Basil)
  296. Southern Justice (Director: M.D. Selig)
  297. Southland Tales (Director: Richard Kelly)
  298. Special (Directors: Hal Haberman + Jeremy Passmore)
  299. Splinter (Director: Michael D. Olmos)
  300. State’s Evidence (Director: Benjamin Louis)
  301. Steel City (Director: Brian Jun)
  302. Stephanie Daley (Director: Hilary Brougher)
  303. Stormforce (Director: Hans Herbots)
  304. Striking Range (Director: Daniel Millican)
  305. Subject Two (Director: Philip Chidel)
  306. Suburban Mayhem (Director: Paul Goldman)
  307. Summer Love (Director: Piotr Uklanski)
  308. Surf School (Director: Joel Silverman)
  309. Surveillance (Director: Fritz Kiersch)
  310. Sweet Insanity (Director: Daniel Hess)
  311. TV: The Movie (National Lampoon’s) (Director: Sam Maccarone)
  312. Tekkonkinkreet (Director: Michael Arias)
  313. Ten ‘til Noon (Director: Scott Storm)
  314. Tenacious D in “The Pick Of Destiny” (Director: Liam Lynch)
  315. That Beautiful Somewhere (Director: Robert Budreau)
  316. The 9/11 Commission Report (Director: Leigh Scott)
  317. The Abandoned (Director: Nacho Cerdà)
  318. The Architect (Director: Matt Tauber)
  319. The Astronaut Farmer (Director: Michael Polish)
  320. The Beach Party At The Threshold Of Hell (Directors: Jonny Gillette + Kevin Wheatley)
  321. The Black Dahlia (Director: Brian De Palma)
  322. The Bondage (Director: Eric Allen Bell)
  323. The Boys + Girls Guide To Getting Down (Director: Paul Sapiano)
  324. The Breed (Director: Nicholas Mastandrea)
  325. The Butcher (Director: Edward Gorsuch)
  326. The Butterfly Effect II (Director: John R. Leonetti)
  327. The Choke (Director: Juan Mas)
  328. The Clique (Director: David Basulto)
  329. The Contract (Director: Bruce Beresford)
  330. The DaVinci Treasure (Director: Peter Mervis)
  331. The Darwin (Director: Finn Taylor)
  332. The Dead Girl (Director: Karen Moncrieff)
  333. The Deepening (Directors: Ted Alderman + Jim O’Rear)
  334. The Departed (Director: Martin Scorsese)
  335. The Devil Wears Spurs (Director: Charlton Thorp)
  336. The Dog Problem (Director: Scott Caan)
  337. The Drop (Director: Kevin Lewis)
  338. The Elder Son (Director: Marius Balchunas)
  339. The Elephant King (Director: Seth Grossman)
  340. The Entrance (Director: Damon Vignale)
  341. The Fall (Director: Tarsem Singh)
  342. The Far Side Of Jericho (Director: Tim Hunter)
  343. The Foot Fist Way (Director: Jody Hill)
  344. The Girl On The Stone (Director: Marisa Sistach)
  345. The Good German (Director: Steven Soderbergh)
  346. The Good Shepherd (Director: Robert De Niro)
  347. The Good Student (Director: David Ostry)
  348. The Gravedancers (Director: Mike Mendez)
  349. The Groomsmen (Director: Edward Burns)
  350. The Hamiltons (Directors: Mitchell Altieri + Phil Flores)
  351. The Hard Easy (Director: Ari Ryan)
  352. The Heart Specialist (Director: Dennis Cooper)
  353. The Hills Have Eyes (Director: Alexandre Aja)
  354. The History Boys (Director: Nicholas Hytner)
  355. The Hoax (Director: Lasse Hallström)
  356. The Host (Director: Bong Joon Ho)
  357. The Hottest State (Director: Ethan Hawke)
  358. The House (Director: David Krae)
  359. The House Of Usher (Director: Hayley Cloake)
  360. The Hunt (Director: Fritz Kiersch)
  361. The Insurgents (Director: Scott Dacko)
  362. The Kovak Box (Director: Daniel Monzón)
  363. The Last Drop (Director: Colin Teague)
  364. The Last King Of Scotland (Director: Kevin Macdonald)
  365. The Last Kiss (Director: Tony Goldwyn)
  366. The Last Request (Director: John DeBellis)
  367. The Last Time (Director: Michael Caleo)
  368. The Lives Of Others (Director: Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck)
  369. The Marsh (Director: Jordan Barker)
  370. The Night Listener (Director: Patrick Stettner)
  371. The Night Of The White Pants (Director: Amy Talkington)
  372. The Oh In Ohio (Director: Billy Kent)
  373. The Omen (Director: John Moore)
  374. The Other Side (Director: Gregg Bishop)
  375. The Pumpkin Karver (Director: Robert Mann)
  376. The Science Of Sleep (Director: Michel Gondry)
  377. The Sensation Of Sight (Director: Aaron J. Wiederspaphn)
  378. The Shadow Walkers (Director: Mark Steven Grove)
  379. The Situation (Director: Philip Haas)
  380. The Slaughter (Director: Jay Lee)
  381. The Still Life (Director: Joel Miller)
  382. The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll + Mr. Hyde (Director: John Carl Buechler)
  383. The System Within (Director: Dale Resteghini)
  384. The TV Set (Director: Jake Kasdan)
  385. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning (Director: Jonathan Liebesman)
  386. The Tiger’s Tail (Director: John Boorman)
  387. The Tripper (Director: David Arquette)
  388. The Unknown Woman (Director: Giuseppe Tornatore)
  389. The Virgin Of Juarez (Director: Kevin James Dobson)
  390. The Wedding Weekend (Director: Bruce Leddy)
  391. The Witches Hammer (Director: James Eaves)
  392. The Woods (Director: Lucky McKee)
  393. The Zombie Diaries (Directors: Michael G. Bartlett + Kevin Gates)
  394. Them (Ils) (Directors: David Moreau + Xavier Palud)
  395. They’re Just My Friends (Director: Attika Torrence)
  396. Thieves + Liars (Director: Ricardo Méndez Matta)
  397. Things That Hang From Trees (Director: Ido Mizrahy)
  398. Things You Don’t Tell... (Director: Alex Melli)
  399. Tired Of Kissing Frogs (Director: Jorge Colón)
  400. Trailer Park Boys: The Movie (Director: Mike Clattenburg)
  401. Trapped Ashes (Directors: Sean S. Cunningham, Joe Dante, John Gaeta, Monte Hellman + Ken Russell)
  402. Troubled Waters (Director: John Stead)
  403. True True Lie (Director: Eric Styles)
  404. Turistas (Director: John Stockwell)
  405. Twisted Sisters (Director: Wolfgang Büld)
  406. Two Tickets To Paradise (Director: D.B. Sweeney)
  407. Two Weeks (Director: Steve Stockman)
  408. Ugly Me (Director: Claudio Dabed)
  409. Unconscious (Director: Bradley Wigor)
  410. Under Surveillance (Director: Dave Campfield)
  411. Underworld (Director: Len Wiseman)
  412. Undisputed II: Last Man Standing (Director: Isaac Florentine)
  413. Undoing (Director: Chris Can Lee)
  414. United (Director: Paul Greengrass)
  415. Unrest (Director: Jason Todd Ipson)
  416. Valentina’s Tango (Director: Rogelio Lobato)
  417. Vampire Diary (Directors: Mark James + Phil O’Shea)
  418. Van Wilder II: The Rise Of Taj (National Lampoon’s) (Director: Mort Nathan)
  419. Vengeance (Director: Gil Medina)
  420. Vengeance (Director: Pleo Sirisuwan)
  421. Venus (Director: Roger Michell)
  422. Volver (Director: Pedro Almodóvar)
  423. Voodoo Curse: The Giddeh (Director: Glenn Plummer)
  424. Wages Of Sin (Director: Aaron Robson)
  425. Waist Deep (Director Vondie Curtis-Hall)
  426. Walker Payne (Director: Matt Williams)
  427. Wango + Maloy (Director: Kristian Laslett)
  428. Wasted (Director: Matt Oates)
  429. Wedding Daze (Director: Michael Ian Black)
  430. Whirlygirl (Director: Jim Wilson)
  431. Who Made The Potatoe Salad? (Director: Coke Daniels)
  432. Wicked Little Things (Director: J.S. Cardone)
  433. Wild Seven (Director: James M. Hausler)
  434. Wilderness (Director: Michael J. Bassett)
  435. Wolfhound (Director: Nikolay Lebedev)
  436. World Trade Center (Director: Oliver Stone)
  437. Wristcutters A Love Story (Director: Goran Dukic)
  438. Yellow (Director: Alfredo Rodriguez de Villa)
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2017.05.26 06:28 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 1987 (out of the 3,368 films released worldwide that year.)

  1. A Time To Remember (Director: Thomas Travers)
  2. Babette’s Feast (Director: Gabriel Axel)
  3. Beauty + The Beast (Director: Eugene Marner)
  4. Benji The Hunted (Director: Joe Camp)
  5. Little Dorritt (Director: Christine Edzard)
  6. Pinocchio + The Emperor Of The Night (Director: Hal Sutherland)
  7. Rumpelstiltskin (Director: David Irving)
  8. Sleeping Beauty (Director: David Irving)
  9. The Care Bears Adventure In Wonderland) (Director: Raymond Jafelice)
  10. The Chipmunk Adventure (Director: Janice Karman)
  11. The Emperor’s New Clothes (Director: David Irving)
  12. The Puppetoon Movie (Director: Arnold Leibovit)
  1. *batteries not included (Director: Matthew Robbins)
  2. 3 Men + A Baby (Director: Leonard Nimoy)
  3. 84 Charing Cross Road (Director: David Hugh Jones)
  4. A Month In The Country (Director: Pat O’Connor)
  5. Amazing Grace + Chuck (Director: Mike Newell)
  6. An African Dream (Director: John Malcombe)
  7. Au Revoir Les Enfants (Director: Louis Malle)
  8. Baby Boom (Director: Charles Shyer)
  9. Back To The Beach (Director: Lyndall Hobbs)
  10. Bagdad Café (Director: Percy Adlon)
  11. Boyfriends + Girlfriends (Director: Éric Rohmer)
  12. Campus Man (Director: Ron Casden)
  13. Captive Hearts (Director: Paul Almond)
  14. Champ d'honneur (Director: Jean-Pierre Denis)
  15. Crazy Moon (Director: Allan Eastman)
  16. Cry Freedom (Director: Richard Attenborough)
  17. Cry Wilderness (Director: Jay Schlossberg-Cohen)
  18. Crystalstone (Director: Antonio Peláez)
  19. Dancers (Director: Herbert Ross)
  20. Date With An Angel (Director: Tom McLoughlin)
  21. Disorderlies (Director: Michael Schultz)
  22. Empire Of The Sun (Director: Steven Spielberg)
  23. End Of The Line (Director: Jay Russell)
  24. Ernest Goes To Camp (Director: John R. Cherry III)
  25. From The Hip (Director: Bob Clark)
  26. Going Bananas (Director: Boaz Davidson)
  27. Gor (Director: Fritz Kiersch)
  28. Ha-Holmim (Director: Uri Barbash)
  29. Hadley’s Rebellion (Director: Fred Walton)
  30. Happy New Year (Director: John G. Avildsen)
  31. Harry + The Hendersons (Director: William Dear)
  32. Hello Again (Director: Frank Perry)
  33. Hotshot (Director: Rick King)
  34. Housekeeping (Director: Bill Forsyth)
  35. Hunk (Director: Lawrence Bassoff)
  36. InnnerSpace (Director: Joe Dante)
  37. Jane + The Lost City (Director: Terry Marcel)
  38. John + The Missus (Director: Gordon Pinsent)
  39. King Lear (Director: Jean-Luc Godard)
  40. Leader Of The Band (Director: Nessa Hyams)
  41. Leonard Part 6 (Director: Paul Weiland)
  42. Lionheart (Director: Franklin J. Schaffner)
  43. Made In Heaven (Director: Alan Rudolph)
  44. Made To Order (Director: Amy Holden Jones)
  45. Mannequin (Director: Michael Gottlieb)
  46. Masters Of The Universe (Director: Gary Goddard)
  47. Million Dollar Mystery (Director: Richard Fleischer)
  48. Mindkiller (Director: Michael Krueger)
  49. Milo In The Land Of Faraway (Director: Vladimir Grammatikov)
  50. Moonstruck (Director: Norman Jewison)
  51. Munchies (Director: Tina Hirsch)
  52. My Best Friend Is A Vampire (Director: Jimmy Huston)
  53. Nadine (Director: Robert Benton)
  54. Nice Girls Don’t Explode (Director: Chuck Martinez)
  55. North Shore (Director: William Phelps)
  56. Nukie (Directors: Sias Odendaal + Michael Pakleppa)
  57. Over The Top (Director: Menahem Golan)
  58. Overboard (Director: Garry Marshall)
  59. Ping Pong (Director: Po-Chih Leong)
  60. Plain Clothes (Director: Martha Coolidge)
  61. Police Academy IV: Citizens On Patrol (Director: Jim Drake)
  62. Project X (Director: Jonathan Kaplan)
  63. Rachel River (Director: Sandy Smolan)
  64. Radio Days (Director: Woody Allen)
  65. Roxanne (Director: Fred Schepisi)
  66. Russkies (Director: Rick Rosenthal)
  67. September (Director: Woody Allen)
  68. Silent But Deadly (Director: unknown)
  69. Snow White (Director: Michael Berz)
  70. Spaceballs (Director: Mel Brooks)
  71. Starlight Hotel (Director: Sam Pillsbury)
  72. Superman IV: The Quest For Peace (Director: Sidney J. Furie)
  73. Surrender (Director: Jerry Belson)
  74. Tango Bar (Director: Marcos Zurinaga)
  75. Teen Wolf Too (Director: Christopher Leitch)
  76. The Adventure Of The Action Hunters (Director: Lee Bonner)
  77. The Dead (Director: John Huston)
  78. The Family (Director: Ettore Scola)
  79. The Garbage Pail Kids (Director: Rod Amateau)
  80. The Glass Menagerie (Director: Paul Newman)
  81. The Lighthorsemen (Director: Simon Wincer)
  82. The Living Daylights (Director: John Glen)
  83. The Magic Snowman (Directors: Stanko Crnobrnja + C. Stanner)
  84. The Princess Bride (Director: Rob Reiner)
  85. The Tale Of Ruby Rose (Director: Roger Scholes)
  86. The Time Guardian (Director: Brian Hannant)
  87. The Virgin Queen Of St. Francis High (Director: Francesco Lucente)
  88. They Call Me Renegade (Director: Enzo Barboni)
  89. They Still Call Me Bruce (Directors: James Orr + Johnny Yune)
  90. Three For The Road (Director: Bill Norton)
  91. Too Much (Director: Éric Rochat)
  92. Walk Like A Man (Director: Melvin Frank)
  93. White Water Summer (Director: Jeff Bleckner)
  94. Who’s That Girl (Director: James Foley)
  1. Adventures In Babysitting (Director: Chris Columbus)
  2. Anna (Director: Yurek Bogayevicz)
  3. Assassination (Director: Peter R. Hunt)
  4. Bar-Cel-Ona (Director: Ferran Llagostera)
  5. Big Shots (Director: Robert Mandel)
  6. Blind Date (Director: Blake Edwards)
  7. Can’t Buy Me Love (Director: Steve Rash)
  8. Caught (Director: James F. Collier)
  9. Cherry 2000 (Director: Steve De Jarnatt)
  10. Control (Director: Giuliano Montaldo)
  11. Diary Of A Mad Old Man (Director: Lili Rademakers)
  12. Dirty Dancing (Director: Emile Ardolino)
  13. Dirty Laundry (Director: William Webb)
  14. Distortions (Director: Armand Mastroianni)
  15. Dragnet (Director: Tom Mankiewicz)
  16. Flowers in the Attic (Director: Jeffrey Bloom)
  17. Funland (Director: Michael A. Simpson)
  18. Ghost Chase (Director: Roland Emmerich)
  19. Good Morning Babilonia (Directors: Paolo Taviani + Vittorio Taviani)
  20. Ground Zero (Directors: Bruce Myles + Michael Pattinson)
  21. He’s My Girl (Director: Gabrielle Beaumont)
  22. Hiding Out (Director: Bob Giraldi)
  23. High Tide (Director: Gillian Armstrong)
  24. Home Is Where The Heart Is (Director: Rex Bromfield)
  25. Hope + Glory (Director: John Boorman)
  26. Hot Pursuit (Director: Steven Lisberger)
  27. House II: The Second Story (Director: Ethan Wiley)
  28. The Marsupials: The Howling III (Director: Philippe Mora)
  29. In The Mood (Director: Phil Alden Robinson)
  30. Iron Warrior (Director: Alfonso Brescia)
  31. Ishtar (Director: Elaine May)
  32. It Couldn’t Happen Here (Director: Jack Bond)
  33. Jaws: The Revenge (Director: Joseph Sargent)
  34. Kenny (Director: Claude Gagnon)
  35. La Bamba (Director: Luis Valdez)
  36. Light Of Day (Director: Paul Schrader)
  37. Like Father, Like Son (Director: Rod Daniel)
  38. Making Mr. Right (Director: Susan Seidelman)
  39. Man Outside (Director: Mark Stouffer)
  40. Matewan (Director: John Sayles)
  41. Mesh (Director: Andrew J. Smith)
  42. Morgan Stewart’s Coming Home (Directors: Paul Aaron + Terry Winsor)
  43. My Demon Lover (Director: Charlie Loventhal)
  44. P.K. + The Kid (Director: Lou Lombardo)
  45. Pelle The Conqueror (Director: Bille August)
  46. Project A II (Director: Jackie Chan)
  47. Raising Arizona (Director: Joel Coen)
  48. Real Men (Director: Dennis Feldman)
  49. Regeneration (Director: Russell Stephens)
  50. Revenge Of The Nerds II: Nerds In Paradise (Director Joe Roth)
  51. Scavengers (Director: Dee McLachlan)
  52. Some Kind Of Wonderful (Director: Howard Deutch)
  53. Square Dance (Director: Daniel Petrie)
  54. Storm (Director: David Winning)
  55. Stranded (Director: Fleming B. Fuller)
  56. Summer Camp Nightmare (Director: Bert L. Dragin)
  57. Summer School (Director: Carl Reiner)
  58. Sweet Lorraine (Director: Steve Gomer)
  59. The All-Niter (Director: Tamar Simon Hoffs)
  60. The Gate (Director: Tibor Takács)
  61. The Kitchen Toto (Director: Harry Hook)
  62. The Last Emperor (Director: Bernardo Bertolucci)
  63. The Monster Squad (Director: Fred Dekker)
  64. The Pick-Up Artist (Director: James Toback)
  65. The Pink Chiquitas (Director: Tony Currie)
  66. The Secret Of My Success (Director: Herbert Ross)
  67. The Squeeze (Director: Roger Young)
  68. The Trouble With Spies (Director: Burt Kennedy)
  69. The Year My Voice Broke (Director: John Duigan)
  70. Three O’Clock High (Director: Phil Joanou)
  71. Throw Momma From The Train (Director: Danny DeVito)
  72. Thunder II (Director: Fabrizio De Angelis)
  73. Travelling North (Director: Carl Schultz)
  74. Wild Thing (Director: Max Reid)
  75. Wings Of Desire (Director: Wim Wenders)
  76. Winners Take All (Director: Fritz Kiersch)
  1. A Man In Love (Director: Diane Kurys)
  2. A Nightmare On Elm Street, Part III: Dream Warriors (Director: Chuck Russell)
  3. A Prayer For Te Dying (Director: Mike Hodges)
  4. A Return To ‘Salem’s Lot (Director: Larry Cohen)
  5. A Tiger’s Tale (Director: Peter Douglas)
  6. Amazon Women On The Moon (Director: Joe Dante, Carl Gottlieb, Peter Horton, John Landis + Robert K. Weiss
  7. American Ninja II: The Confrontation (Director: Sam Firstenberg)
  8. And Then You Die (Director: Francis Mankiewicz)
  9. Angel Heart (Director: Alan Parker)
  10. Angel Of Vengeance (Directors: Ted V. Mikels + Ray Dennis Steckler)
  11. Anguish (Director: Bigas Luna)
  12. Aria (Directors: Robert Altman, Bruce Beresford, Bill Bryden, Jean-Luc Godard, Derek Jarman, Franc Roddam, Nicolas Roeg, Ken Russell, Charles Sturridge + Julien Temple)
  13. Backwoods (Director: Dean Crow)
  14. Barfly (Director: Barbet Schroeder)
  15. Beatrice (Director: Bertrand Tavernier)
  16. Behind Enemy Lines (Director: Cirio H. Santiago)
  17. Bellman + True (Director: Richard Loncraine)
  18. Berserker (Director: Jefferson Richard)
  19. Best Seller (Director: John Flynn)
  20. Beverly Hills Cop II (Director: Tony Scott)
  21. Beyond Therapy (Director: Robert Altman)
  22. Beyond The Rising Moon (Director: Philip J. Cook)
  23. Big Bad Mama II (Director: Jim Wynorski)
  24. Black Widow (Director: Bob Rafelson)
  25. Blindside (Director: Paul Lynch)
  26. Blood Sisters (Director: Roberta Findlay)
  27. Bloody New Year (Director: Norman J. Warren)
  28. Blue Monkey (Director: William Fruet)
  29. Blue Tango (Director: Alberto Bevilacqua)
  30. Border Radio (Directors: Allison Anders, Dean Lent + Kurt Voss)
  31. Born In East L.A. (Director: Cheech Marin)
  32. Born Of Fire: Jamil Dehlavi)
  33. Broadcast News (Director: James L. Brooks)
  34. Brothers In Blood (Director: Tonino Valerii)
  35. Burglar (Director: Hugh Wilson)
  36. Candy Mountain (Directors: Robert Frank + Rudy Wurlitzer)
  37. Caribe (Director: Michael Kennedy)
  38. Catch The Heat (Director: Joel Silberg)
  39. China Girl (Director: Abel Ferrara)
  40. City Of Blood (Director: Darrell Roodt)
  41. City Of Shadows (Director: David Mitchell)
  42. City On Fire (Director: Ringo Lam)
  43. Code Name: Vengeance (Director: David Winters)
  44. Cold Steel (Director: Dorothy Ann Puzo)
  45. Commando Mengele (Director: Andrea Bianchi)
  46. Commando Squad (Director: Fred Olen Ray)
  47. Concrete Angels (Director: Carlo Liconti)
  48. Creepozoids (Director: David DeCoteau)
  49. Creepshow II (Director: Michael Gornick)
  50. Critical Condition (Director: Michael Apted)
  51. Cross My Heart (Director: Armyan Bernstein)
  52. Cyclone (Director: Fred Olen Ray)
  53. Dangerous Game (Directors: Stephen Hopkins + David Lewis)
  54. Dead Aim (Director: William Vanderkloot)
  55. Dead Of Winter (Director: Arthur Penn)
  56. Deadly Illusion (Directors: Larry Cohen + William Tannen)
  57. Deadly Prey (Director: David A. Prior)
  58. Death Before Dishonor (Director: Terry Leonard)
  59. Death Blow: A Cry For Justice (Director: Raphael Nussbaum)
  60. Death Wish IV: The Crackdown (Director: J. Lee Thompson)
  61. Deathrow Gameshow (Director: Mark Pirro)
  62. Deathstalker II (Director: Jim Wynorski)
  63. Demon Of Paradise (Director: Cirio H. Santiago)
  64. Deranged (Director: Chuck Vincent)
  65. Dog Tags (Director: Romano Scavolini)
  66. Dolls (Director: Stuart Gordon)
  67. Don’t Turn Out The Light (Director: Robert Bergman)
  68. Doom Asylum (Director Richard Friedman)
  69. Down Twisted (Director: Albert Pyun)
  70. Dragonard (Director: Gérard Kikoïne)
  71. Dudes (Director: Penelope Spheeris)
  72. Dutch Treat (Director: Boaz Davidson)
  73. Dynamite Fighters (Director: David Chung)
  74. Eastern Condors (Director: Sammo Kam-Bo Hung)
  75. Eat + Run (Director: Christopher Hart)
  76. Eat The Rich (Director: Peter Richardson)
  77. Echoes Of Paradise (Director: Phillip Noyce)
  78. El año del Conejo (Director: Fernando Ayala)
  79. Emmanuelle V (Director: Walerian Borowczyk)
  80. Empire State (Director: Ron Beck)
  81. Enemy Territory (Director: Peter Manoogian)
  82. Equalizer 2000 (Director: Cirio H. Santiago)
  83. Extreme Prejudice (Director: Walter Hill)
  84. Eye Of The Eagle (Director: Cirio H. Santiago)
  85. Fatal Attraction (Director: Adrian Lyne)
  86. Fatal Beauty (Director: Tom Holland)
  87. Firehouse (Director: J. Christian Ingvordsen)
  88. Five Corner (Director: Tony Bill)
  89. Flicks (Directors: Peter Winograd + Kirk Henderson)
  90. Forever, Lulu (Director: Amos Kollek)
  91. Frenchman’s Farm (Director: Ron Way)
  92. From A Whisper To A Scream (Director: Jeff Burr)
  93. Full Metal Jacket (Director: Stanley Kubrick)
  94. Gaby: A True Story (Director: Luis Mandoki)
  95. Galactic Gigolo (Director: Gorman Bechard)
  96. Gardens Of Stone (Director: Francis Ford Coppola)
  97. Ghost Riders (Director: Alan Stewart)
  98. Good Morning, Vietnam (Director: Barry Levinson)
  99. Graveyard Shift (Director: Jerry Ciccoritti)
  100. Hamburger Hill (Director: John Irvin)
  101. Hangmen (Director: J. Christian Ingvordsen)
  102. Hard Ticket To Hawaii (Director: Andy Sidaris)
  103. Hawken’s Breed (Director: Charles B. Pierce)
  104. Heart (Director: James Lemmo)
  105. Hearts Of Fire (Director: Richard Marquand)
  106. Heat + Sunlight (Director: Rob Nilsson)
  107. Hell High (Director: Douglas Grossman)
  108. Hellraiser (Director: Clive Barker)
  109. High Season (Director: Clare People)
  110. Hollywood Shuffle (Director: Robert Townsend)
  111. Hostage (Directors: Hanro Möhr + Percival Rubens)
  112. Hotel Colonial (Director: Cinzia Th. Torrini)
  113. Hour Of The Assassin (Director: Luis Llosa)
  114. House Of Games (Director: David Mamet)
  115. I Don’t Give A Damn (Director: Shmuel Imberman)
  116. I Love N.Y. (Director: unknown)
  117. I miei primi 40 anni (Director: Carlo Vanzina)
  118. I’ve Heard The Mermaids Singing (Director: Patricia Rozema)
  119. Interzone (Director: Deran Sarafian)
  120. Ironweed (Director: Hector Babenco)
  121. It’s Alive III: Island Of The Alive (Director: Larry Cohen)
  122. Julia + Julia (Director: Peter Del Monte)
  123. Kandyland (Director Robert Allen Schnitzer)
  124. Kangaroo (Director: Tim Burstall)
  125. Kick Or Die (Director: Charles Norton)
  126. Kidnapped (Director: Howard Avedis)
  127. Killer Workout (Director: David A. Prior)
  128. Kiss Daddy Goodnight (Director: Peter Ily Huemer)
  129. Lady Beware (Director: Karen Arthur)
  130. Last Man Standing (Director: Damian Lee)
  131. Less Than Zero (Director: Marek Kanievska)
  132. Lethal Weapon (Director: Richard Donner)
  133. Living On Tokyo Time (Director: Steven Okazaki)
  134. Love At Stake (Director: John Moffitt)
  135. Loyalties (Director: Anne Wheeler)
  136. Lust For Freedom (Director: Eric Louzil)
  137. Made In U.S.A (Director: Ken Friedman)
  138. Malone (Director: Harley Cokeliss)
  139. Man On Fire (Director: Élie Chouraqui)
  140. Mankillers (Director: David A. Prior)
  141. Mascara (Director: Patrick Conrad)
  142. Master Of Dragonard Hill (Director: Gérard Kikoïne)
  143. Masterblaster (Director: Glenn R. Wilder)
  144. Maurice (Director: James Ivory)
  145. Near Dark (Director: Kathryn Bigelow)
  146. Nightflyers (Director: Robert Collector)
  147. Ninja Phantom Heroes (Director: Godfrey Ho)
  148. No Man’s Land (Director: Peter Werner)
  149. No Retreat, No Surrender II (Director: Corey Yuen)
  150. No Safe Haven (Director: Ronnie Rondell, Jr.)
  151. No Way Out (Director: Roger Donaldson)
  152. Nowhere To Hide (Director: Mario Azzopardi)
  153. Number One With A Bullet (Director: Jack Smith)
  154. Nuts (Director: Martin Ritt)
  155. Off The Mark (Director: Bill Berry)
  156. Open House (Director: Jag Mundhra)
  157. Opera (Director: Dario Argento)
  158. Orphans (Director: Alan J. Pakula)
  159. Outrageous Fortune (Director: Arthur Hiller)
  160. Overkill (Director: Ulli Lommel)
  161. P.I. Private Investigations (Director: Nigel Dick)
  162. Party Camp (Director: Gary Graver)
  163. Party Favors (Director: Ed Hansen)
  164. Penitentiary III (Director: Jamaa Fanaka)
  165. Personal Services (Director: Terry Jones)
  166. Peter Kenna’s “The Good Wife”(Director: Ken Cameron)
  167. Planes, Trains + Automobiles (Director: John Hughes)
  168. Predator (Director: John McTiernan)
  169. Pretty Smart (Director: Dimitri Logothetis)
  170. Prick Up Your Ears (Director: Stephen Frears)
  171. Prince Of Darkness (Director: John Carpenter)
  172. Prison (Director: Renny Harlin)
  173. Prison On Fire (Director: Ringo Lam)
  174. Programmed To Kill (Directors: Allan Holzman + Robert Short)
  175. Prom Night II: Hello Mary Lou (Director: Bruce Pittman)
  176. Promised Land (Director: Michael Hoffman)
  177. Rage Of Honor (Director: Gordon Hessler)
  178. Rage To Kill (Director: David Winters)
  179. Rampage (Director: William Friedkin)
  180. Rebel High (Director: Harry Jakobs)
  181. Rent-A-Cop (Director: Jerry London)
  182. Rest In Pieces (Director: : José Ramón Larraz)
  183. Retribution (Director: Guy Magar)
  184. Return To Horror High (Director: Bill Froehlich)
  185. Rich + Famous (Director: Taylor Wong)
  186. Rita, Sue + Bob Too! (Director: Alan Clarke)
  187. RoboCop (Director: Paul Verhoeven)
  188. Rock + Roll Nightmare (Director: John Fasano)
  189. Rolling Vengeance (Director: Steven Hilliard Stern)
  190. Running Out Of Luck (Director: Julien Temple)
  191. Salvation!: Have You Said Your Prayers Today? (Director: Beth B)
  192. Saturday Night At The Palace (Director: Robert Davies)
  193. Scared Stiff (Director: Richard Friedman)
  194. Scenes From The Goldmine (Director: Marc Rocco)
  195. Senior Week (Director: Stuart A. Goldman)
  196. Sensations (Director: Chuck Vincent)
  197. Shy People (Director: Andrey Konchalovsky)
  198. Siesta (Director: Mary Lambert)
  199. Silent Night, Deadly Night Part II (Director: Lee Harry)
  200. Sister, Sister (Director: Bill Condon)
  201. Skin (Director Guido Henderickx)
  202. Slam Dance (Director: Wayne Wang)
  203. Slammer Girls (Director: Chuck Vincent)
  204. Slate, Wyn + Me (Director: Don McLennan)
  205. Slaughterhouse (Director: Rick Roessler)
  206. Slave Girls From Beyond Infinity (Director: Ken Dixon)
  207. Slumber Party Massacre II (Director: Deborah Brock)
  208. Someone To Love (Director: Henry Jaglom)
  209. Someone To Watch Over Me (Director: Ridley Scott)
  210. Stakeout (Director: John Badham)
  211. Steel Dawn (Director: Lance Hool)
  212. Steele Justice (Director: Robert Boris)
  213. Street Justice (Director: Richard C. Sarafian)
  214. Street Smart (Director: Jerry Schatzberg)
  215. Strike Commando (Director: Bruno Mattei)
  216. Stripped To Kill (Director: Katt Shea)
  217. Student Affairs (Director: Chuck Vincent)
  218. Student Confidential (Director: Richard Horian)
  219. Summer Heat (Director: Michie Gleason)
  220. Surf Nazis Must Die (Director: Peter George)
  221. Survival Game (Director: Herb Freed)
  222. Suspect (Director: Peter Yates)
  223. Sweet Country (Director: Mihalis Kakogianns)
  224. Sweet Lies (Director: Nathalie Delon)
  225. Sweet Revenge (Director: Mark Sobel)
  226. Swimming To Cambodia (Director: Jonathan Demme)
  227. Talking Walls (Director: Stephen Verona)
  228. Terminal Entry (Director: John Kincade)
  229. Terminal Exposure (Director: Nico Mastorakis)
  230. The All-American Hollywood Hussy Contest (Director: Mark Wolfson)
  231. The Barbarians (Director: Ruggero Deodato)
  232. The Bedroom Window (Director: Curtis Hanson)
  233. The Believers (Director: John Schlesinger)
  234. The Belly Of An Architect (Director: Peter Greenaway)
  235. The Big Town (Directors: Ben Bolt + Harold Becker)
  236. The Curse (Director: David Keith)
  237. The Danger Zone (Director: Henry Vernon)
  238. The Dark Side (Director: Constantino Magnatta)
  239. The Delos Adventure (Director: Joseph Purcell)
  240. The Edge Of Power (Director: Henri Safran)
  241. The Fourth Protocol (Director: John Mackenzie)
  242. The Girl (Director: Arne Mattson)
  243. The Grand Highway (Director: Jean-Loup Hubert)
  244. The Hanoi Hilton (Director: Lionel Chetwynd)
  245. The Hidden (Director: Jack Sholder)
  246. The Killing Time (Director: Rick King)
  247. The Kindred (Directors Stephen Carpenter + Jeffrey Obrow)
  248. The Lonely Passion Of Judith Hearne (Director: Jack Clayton)
  249. The Lost Boys (Director: Joel Schumacher)
  250. The Majorettes (Director: S. William Hinzman)
  251. The Misfit Brigade (Director: Gordon Hessler)
  252. The Order Of The Black Eagle (Director: Worth Keeter)
  253. The Outing (Director: Tom Daley)
  254. The Princess Academy (Director: Bruce A. Block)
  255. The Principal (Director: Christopher Cain)
  256. The Right Hand Man (Director: Di Drew)
  257. The Rosary Murders (Director: Fred Walton)
  258. The Running Man (Director: Paul Michael Glaser)
  259. The Shaman (Director: Michael Yakub)
  260. The Sicilian (Director: Michael Cimino)
  261. The Stepfather (Director: Joseph Ruben)
  262. The Stranger (Director: Adolfo Aristarain)
  263. The Survivalist (Director: Sig Shore)
  264. The Under Achievers (Director: Jackie Kong)
  265. The Untouchables (Director: Brian De Palma)
  266. The Verne Miller Story (Director: Rod Hewitt)
  267. The Wild Pair (Director: Beau Bridges)
  268. The Witches Of Eastwick (Director: George Miller)
  269. The Women’s Club (Director: Sandra Weintraub)
  270. Three Kinds Of Heat (Director: Leslie Stevens)
  271. Tigershark (Director: Emmett Alston)
  272. Tin Men (Director: Barry Levinson)
  273. Tomorrow’s A Killer (Director: George Kaczender)
  274. Too Outrageous (Director: Richard Benner)
  275. Tough Guys Don’t Dance (Director: Norman Mailer)
  276. Treasure Of The Moon Goddess (Director: José Luis García Agraz)
  277. Turnaround (Director: Ola Solum)
  278. Twisted Nightmare (Director: Paul Hunt)
  279. Um Trem para as Estrelas (Directors: Carlos Diegues + Tereza Gonzalez
  280. Under Cover (Director: John Stockwell)
  281. Under The Earth (Director: Beda Docampo Feijóo)
  282. Valet Girls (Director: Rafal Zielinski)
  283. Walker (Director: Alex Cox)
  284. Wall Street (Director: Oliver Stone)
  285. Wanted: Dead Or Alive (Director: Gary Sherman)
  286. Warlords From Hell (Director: Clark Henderson)
  287. Warrior Queen (Director: Chuck Vincent)
  288. Weeds (Director: John D. Hancock)
  289. White Mischief (Director: Michael Radford)
  290. White Of The Eye (Director: Donald Cammell)
  291. Wisdom (Director: Emilio Estevez)
  292. Wish You Were Here (Director: David Leland)
  293. Withnail + I (Director: Bruce Robinson)
  294. Witness In The War Zone (Director: Nathaniel Gutman)
  295. World Gone Wild (Director: Lee H. Katzin)
  296. You Talkin’ To Me? (Director: Charles Winkler)
  297. Young Love: Lemon Popsicle VII (Director: Walter Bannert)
  298. Zombie High (Director: Ron Link)
  299. Zombie Nightmare (Director: Jack Bravman)
  1. Bizarre (Director: Giuliana Gamba)
  2. Law Of Desire (Director: Pedro Almodóvar)
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2014.05.31 19:27 messiah69 May 30, 2014 - Waiting... (2005)


Director(s): Rob McKittrick

Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Anna Faris, John Francis Daley

It's the dinner shift at Shenanigan's. Dan, the clueless boss, assigns Mitch, 22, a trainee, to Monty, the smooth talker who chases girls for one-night stands. Dean, a waiter, also 22, feels that life is passing him by. Dan offers him the assistant manager job and gives him until midnight to decide. Other waiters, cooks, and bus boys have their issues and personalities. Bishop, the dishwasher, is their counselor. During this shift, Monty may learn something, Dean makes his decision, Dan makes a play for the not-yet-18 hostess, customers get their comeuppance, the guys all play the in-house homophobic flashing game, the gals demonstrate why they won't, and Mitch gets the last word.


  • Rating: R
  • Running Time: 94 Minutes
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: October 7, 2005
  • Language(s): English German
  • IMDb user rating: 6.8/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes critic: 31% positive reviews
  • Rotten Tomatoes critic rating: 4.2/10


  • No award nominations


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