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80s gore kinography

We need to go back!
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WFC: The Conversation (1974)

>Surveillance expert Harry Caul (Gene Hackman) is hired by a mysterious client's brusque aide (Harrison Ford) to tail a young couple, Mark (Frederic Forrest) and Ann (Cindy Williams). Tracking the pair through San Francisco's Union Square, Caul and his associate Stan (John Cazale) manage to record a cryptic conversation between them. Tormented by memories of a previous case that ended badly, Caul becomes obsessed with the resulting tape, trying to determine if the couple are in danger.

NEXT WEEKS THEME: Wiggercore (film that has appeal for wiggers or features wiggers) & Film about a conspiracy theory
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This is the real reason everything sucks now. All of the other reasons people give are secondary. Technology has made it so that you put virtually any image you can think of on screen with relatively little effort. This means filmmakers no longer have to hone their craft, sharpen their minds, or even use their brains at all.
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On hollywood, humiliation rituals and kompromat

John Cena and the fact that he had to walk naked with nothing but a flimsy board at the oscars, the shady shit that goes on yachts at cannes, all of it. When you have literally tens of thousands of attractive aspiring actors/actresses willing to do ANYTHING to make it in hollywood, only a retarded normie would believe they didn't have to make some sex tape now owned by some studio executive or do some degrading shit and have it recorded as proof of obedience and loyalty. Kompromat, (compromising material) as proof of loyalty and obedience becomes the final test.

The romans were right when they treated acors and prostitutes as the same low, dirty profession
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Movies that are overrated by nerds on the internet

I'm not talking about movies that are overrated in general, like The Godfather. I'm talking movies that held up as masterpieces by weird, terminally only nerds and only by weird, terminally online nerds.
The amount of otherwise intelligent people I've seen online who say, without a hint of irony, that Big Trouble in Little China is one of the greatest films of all time is staggering. It's a fine action comedy flick. But nothing more. The characters are very flat, story isn't that interesting, and by the end you're only watching to see what the next crazy spectacle is. It might even be worse than Escape from LA.
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Disney, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon Creator Kyle Carrozza Charged with Possession of Child Porn

Kyle Carrozza, who created the series Mighty Magiswords for Cartoon Network, has been arrested and charged with possession of child pornography.

Along with helming Mighty Magiswords, Carrozza has worked on numerous shows for Cartoon Network, Disney, PBS Kids and Nickelodeon, according to USA Today.

Carrozza, 45, was arrested in Burbank, California, on June 20 and hit with two charges of possession of child pornography.

The arrest was made after police served a search warrant on his home. Police records say that the TV animator was found with the porn images and charged on a count of possessing between 12 and 600 images of child porn.

The suspect worked on the 2015 film, The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water. Along with Mighty Magiswords, Carrozza also worked on projects including, Adventure Time, Animaniacs, Doc McStuffins, The Doc Files, Fish Hooks, Fanboy & Chum Chum, Danger Rangers, and Teen Titans Go. He most recently worked on Camp Snoopy and Fairly OddParents: A New Wish.

Carrozza also worked as a voice actor on his Mighty Magiswords series, which aired from 2016 to 2019 and totaled 92 episodes.

f convicted, Carrozza could be sentenced to a year in county jail, three years in a state penitentiary, and could also face a $2,500 fine, depending on whether he is charged with a felony or a misdemeanor.

None of the networks Carrozza has worked for have made any statements on his arrest.
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You're indestructible. Bullets slide off you. You play with em!
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The bigger they are...


Sam Hyde is officially not funny any more.

That's it.

The End.


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Elon Musk = George Soros

Spam this on 4chan /pol/ /int/ because I'm permanently range banned.
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Post Reviews of Movies You've Recently Watched

Just saw Scaramouche (1952). An 18th century revenge tale about a man who plays a clown in a theater troupe by day as he plots to kill a heartless aristocrat by night to avenge the death of his best friend and foster brother.

The film feels very ahead of its time both visually and in terms of writing. This is probably because it blends elements of several different genres, which seems to have confused the critics of its day. It's essentially a swashbuckler but with a lot of time dedicated to political drama and comedy. It's also very risque for its time. As incongruent as this sounds, it actually balances these aspects rather well. The biggest weakness in the story is the ending, which feels somewhat underwhelming after everything building up to it and the final plot twist is more than a little hard to swallow. That being said, I don't think it detracts from the film too much.

The characters, even the side ones, are fairly strong and memorable and the acting is quite good as well. A few of the actors even act more like French actors than American ones. The villain is especially great. The only one of the main cast who feels like a typical Hollywood actor from the 50's is Janet Leigh but she's still adequate in her role.

The visuals, like I said, are ahead of their time. Only by a about a decade or so though; it certainly doesn't look modern. The most famous thing about this movie is the 5-minute long swordfight at the end. Despite its length, that fight scene is able to maintain a high level of excitement and tension throughout which is quite a feat since you know the hero is going to win in the end. There are many other swordfights in the movie too and they're all used pretty intelligently to serve the plot. What's nice about the fight scenes is that there's very little music in them and the silence helps tremendously.

Overall, I give Scaramouche an 8/10.
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The Boys

So, can anyone explain to me why in this show /pol/ is mainstream and people can talk about the jews on television without any problems???
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Meta thread

Ghoul, buddy, get some lads to janny this site, shit, I'll do it myself if you open up applications.
The CP spam needs to fucking go dude, right now.
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/lotr/ general

I'm rewatching these movies for the first time in like 10 years and, aside from the older men, Sam, and maybe Pippin, the acting really isn't that good. The filmmaking is good enough that it doesn't detract from the experience but it explains why so few of them became major stars after this.
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This is the new normal.
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Okay, okay. That's it. I've had it with this crap. Give me some good movies to watch. It should go without saying that they have to be 20th century because I said "good" and not "zoomer slop"
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Ridley Scott is a hack

Here's your newest Ayylium slop!
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Bob Newhart, Trailblazing Actor and ‘The Bob Newhart Show’ Host, Dies at 94

Bob Newhart, the deadpan king of satire, whose The Bob Newhart Show and Newhart brought him into the home of millions of Americans throughout the 1970s and '80s, died Thursday in Los Angeles, his publicist confirmed. He was 94.

The decorated Chicago icon was an accountant before striking gold with comedy, acclaimed for his dry, deadpan delivery.

He died at his Los Angeles home after a series of short illnesses, his longtime publicist Jerry Digney said in a statement.

Born September 5, 1929 in suburban Illinois, Newhart studied business management before being drafted into the US army, and served in the Korean War.

He briefly studied law before quitting and getting work as an accountant while moonlighting as a comedy performer and writer.

He eventually was signed to Warner Bros. Records, and "The Button-Down Mind of Bob Newhart" became the music industry's first comedy album to hit the top of the sales charts.

It earned him prestigious Grammys for Best New Artist and Best Album, and helped launch his career in television.

He starred in two long-running sitcoms in the 1970s and 1980s, and made guest star appearances into his 90s.

Newhart featured as a recurring guest on "The Big Bang Theory," and also starred as Papa Elf in the Christmas film "Elf."
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Dup Stream Tonight

It's at 7 pm eastern
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Apparently Disney attempted to hit Jenny with a copyright strike for her Star Wars Hotel video. How does this make you feel?
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Sonatine (1993)

That movie just hit different in 2024.
Look like the biopic of /tv/.

Press f for Zach, Raven, Ashley and My gf poster…
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Heh, no Fallout tv show thread.
I wonder why.

There's a bunch of twitter and reddit drama over this scene. Niggers are like smackin' they lips n sheeit, and soyboys be like, "wtf I hate jesus." Everybody else that is tolerant of race and gender politics is just seething about the horrible lore adaptation. Autists realize it's anti-Russia libtards in Hollywood that continue to snap. Me? This is the show.
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Axis Cinema

Did the Axis Powers make any kino that was not explicit propaganda?
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Star Trek/Sci-Fi Thread

I've been watching through the original series and finally got to The City on the Edge of Forever. It was one of the better episodes but I don't see why it's regarded by many as the best episode in the series. I much preferred Balance of Terror.

Also, general thread for Star Trek and other, similar shows.
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Another JEW liberal male feminist

go catch raping little goyim girls, but nobody is talking about it other than 4chan /lit/
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Get fucked Miller
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Good night sweet ice queen ;_;
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Judge dismisses case against Alec Baldwin.

Actor Alec Baldwin cries in court as judge dismisses 'Rust' shooting case
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He killed himself
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Apparently, there was a 1.1 TB leak of all of Disney's internal Slack by some gay furry. Like 10,000 channels. It got lost in the news cycle, and it's such a big leak, I don't think a lot of people are going through it. The one thing I heard was found was them shutting down the Jeremy Rener app because they viewed it as a threat. There's a magnet link here:
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1950 Movies


Nothing change !
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This is pure kino
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Why do so many people say that cowboys never existed in real life and an invention of Hollywood? Men who wrangled and drove cattle for a living were a real thing and really did occasionally get into drunken brawls at saloons and even shoot each other. What more do you want? What essential part of the cowboy mythos is purely fictional?
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Documentarian Morgan Spurlock, whose first feature film was the Oscar-nominated Super Size Me, which shifted public perceptions of junk food and McDonald's, died Thursday in upstate New York from complications of cancer. He was 53.

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The Great Debate

Buck Rogers or Flash Gordan? I'm asking about both the serials and the later films.
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Do not be fooled. The reason modern American movies and tv shows are full of politics and "culture warring" is not to spread any kind of ideology and influence the masses. It is not to virtue signal and it is not to corrupt the culture. It's not even to spite people the creators disagree with.

Around the middle of the 20th century, maybe a little before, Cultural Marxist thinkers like Gramsci and Adorno came to the conclusion that a proletariat revolution in America would be impossible because Americans, they claimed, had too many distractions. A revolution like they wanted requires a an suffering and oppressed population; or at least, a population that feels like they're suffering and oppressed. It requires that the common people feel like they have no other option but to revolt. But in America, there were too many distractions, too many forms of amusement or escape, too much "opium for the masses" for the people to feel like they were suffering. To put it simply, Americans were too happy. When Adorno first fled to the US, he literally fell into a deep depression because of how happy the average American seemed because this just made the revolution seem all the more impossible to him. But he didn't give up. He worked with his buddies for a way solve this problem.

The reason modern entertainment is so politicized is because they (Larry Fink and his minions) want to prevent you from having any sort of escape. They've succeeded in turning modern society into a miserable, oppressive hellscape but now they have to make sure you don't look away from it. You still hear of Marxists talk about how they have to help people realize how miserable they are. What this really means is that they're determined to make everyone as miserable as possible until they finally snap and revolt which will destabilize the society and allow the Marxists to swoop in and take power. It matters not how you react to their propaganda just as long as you keep thinking about it.
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Spaceballs 2 is in the works

Legendary Star Wars parody film Spaceballs is reportedly getting a sequel from Amazon MGM Studios, Josh Gad, and original creator Mel Brooks.

As first reported by TheInSneider (and later corroborated by The Hollywood Reporter and various other trades), Gad, who is best known as the voice of Olaf in Frozen and LeFou in the live-action Beauty and the Beast movie, is currently attached to star while also serving as a producer with Brooks. The Spaceballs 2 script is being handled by Gad, Benji Samit, and Dan Hernandez, with Strays and Becoming Bond's Josh Greenbaum set to direct. No story details have been revealed.

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How you ever been Mandela Effected with a movie?

I was certain that Jules & Jim switched from black & white to color in the last 10-15 minutes of the film. But I watched it again and, to my surprise, the whole thing was in black & white. I have no idea why I thought part of it was in color.
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Horror Tragedies

In his famous book on poetics, Aristotle said that the purpose of the genre known as tragedy was to evoke a sense of fear and pity in the audience. Nowadays, it seems like it's been divided into to separate genres: one that's dedicated solely to evoking fear (horror) and one solely dedicated to evoking pity (tear-jerker). Are there any films that bring these two back together into classical tragedy?
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Gladiator 2: Back 2 Da Hood

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Shelley Duvall, dead at 75
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Mods are asleep
Post Class 43s
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Uwe Boll

This man is the most unappreciated director of all time and is imo a genius. I finished the whole Rampage series and for that alone he deserve credit as a gutsy, no bullshit, intelligent director. I know he did it to piss everyone off and that is what made Rampage great. It pisses everyone off but it does not PRETEND to piss people off by punching down on the chuds. Boll sided with the chuds his whole career and that is why everyone hates him! He is a genius!
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If you don't hate zoomers now you will hate them

Jesus Christ, how someone can be this feminine, impulsive and retarded
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Horizon: An American Saga

Have any of you seen this?
I just watched it in the theater. It wasn't nearly as bad as I thought it was going to be. Costner is actually a decent director. But he's still a terrible actor and the actress who played whore he paired himself with is even worse. Their sections of the film are by far the worst part.
There are like 4 or 5 different, concurrent storylines in the movie. This is the first film in a series of films and I guess all of the characters are finally going to meet up with each other in the next movie. In this one, though, they're all completely unrelated, which makes the entire thing feel aimless. I don't know why he didn't just make this a tv series. Yes, watching it in a theater enhances the experience, but only for the first 90 minutes or so. This movie was over 3 hours long and I assume the next installments will all be about the same length.
None of the storylines were that interesting, but there wasn't anything that insulting to the intelligence. It didn't try to demonize the past like most modern westerns do. I was surprised at how it honestly portrayed the Native Americans as savages. The dialog was better than average, though very few of the actors seemed to be able to do it justice. They just don't have the gravitas and dignity necessary for some of those speeches.
Overall, it was okay. I highly doubt that I'll be watching any more movies in this series.
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Found some zoomer kino
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Childhood Cartoon Kino

Post'em Roast'em Toast'em fuck trannies
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I can't believe I forgot how terrible this show was. The writing is abysmal and the acting is even worse. How could anyone take this show seriously when it first aired?
That being said, there is something undeniably comfy about 90's action/drama shows. It's just a shame most of them weren't very good.
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What's some pagan kino?

On this most holy day I want to take my waifu to Stonehenge and do pagan things on her.
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James Bond

What the fuck is there to like about the Daniel Craig movies?
Who watches that boring shit?
I can't even remember a fucking thing right after it ends.
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Jon Landau, Oscar-Winning ‘Titanic’ and ‘Avatar’ Producer, Dies at 63

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Jon Landau, an Oscar-winning producer who worked closely with director James Cameron on three of the biggest blockbusters of all time, "Titanic" and two "Avatar" films, has died. He was 63.

Landau's family announced his death Saturday. No cause of death was given.

Landau's partnership with Cameron led to three Oscar nominations and a best picture win for 1997's "Titanic." Together the pair account for some of the biggest blockbusters in movie history, including "Avatar" and its sequel, "Avatar: The Way of Water."

Cameron, in a statement, remembered "a dear friend, and my closest collaborator of 31 years." "A part of myself has been torn away," said Cameron.

"His zany humor, personal magnetism, great generosity of spirit and fierce will have held the center of our Avatar universe for almost two decades," said Cameron. "His legacy is not just the films he produced, but the personal example he set - indomitable, caring, inclusive, tireless, insightful and utterly unique."

Landau's career began in the 1980s as a production manager, and he gradually rose through the ranks, serving as a co-producer on "Honey I Shrunk the Kids" and "Dick Tracy."

He took on the producer role on "Titanic," Cameron's expensive epic about the infamous 1912 maritime disaster. The bet paid off: "Titanic" became the first movie to cross $1 billion in global box-office earnings and went on to win 11 Oscars, including best picture.

"I can't act and I can't compose and I can't do visual effects, so I guess that's why I'm producing." Landau said while accepting the award with Cameron.

Their partnership continued, with Landau becoming a top executive at Cameron's Lightstorm Entertainment. In 2009 the pair watched as "Avatar," a sci-fi epic filmed and shown in theaters with groundbreaking 3D technology, surpassed the box-office success of "Titanic." It remains the top-grossing film of all time.

Its sequel, "Avatar: The Way of Water," is third on the list.

"Your wisdom and support shaped so many of us in ways we will always be grateful for," Zoe Saldaña, one of the stars of the "Avatar" franchise, said in an emotional tribute on Instagram. "Your legacy will continue to inspire us and guide us in our journey."

Landau has been a key player in the "Avatar" franchise, which saw frequent delays of the release of "The Way of Water." Landau defended the sequel's progress and Cameron's ambitious plans to film multiple sequels at once to keep the franchise going.

"A lot has changed but a lot hasn't," Landau told The Associated Press in 2022, a few months ahead of the sequel's release. "One of the things that has not changed is: Why do people turn to entertainment today? Just like they did when the first 'Avatar' was released, they do it to escape, to escape the world in which we live."

"Jon was a visionary whose extraordinary talent and passion brought some of the most unforgettable stories to life on the big screen. His remarkable contributions to the film industry have left an indelible mark, and he will be profoundly missed. He was an iconic and successful producer yet an even better person and a true force of nature who inspired all around him," Alan Bergman, Disney Entertainment co-chairman, said in a statement.

Landau was named an executive vice president of feature movies at 20th Century Fox when he was 29, which led him to oversee major hits including "Home Alone" and its sequel, as well as "Mrs. Doubtfire" and "True Lies," where he first started working closely with Cameron.

Landau was also influential in bringing the manga adaptation "Alita: Battle Angel" to the big screen in 2019. Cameron supported the project, but his "Avatar" commitments kept him from directing it. Instead, Landau worked with director Robert Rodriguez to get the film completed.

Born in New York on July 23, 1960, Landau was the son of film producers Ely and Edie Landau. The family moved to Los Angeles in the 1970s, and Landau went on to graduate from the University of Southern California's film school.

Ely Landau died in 1993. Edie Landau, the Oscar-nominated producer of films like "Long Day's Journey Into Night," "Hopscotch" and "The Deadly Game," died in 2022.

Jon Landau is survived by his wife of nearly 40 years, Julie; their sons, Jamie and Jodie; and two sisters and a brother.
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Anyone else have an attraction to noses?
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First of the month
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US Actors and the Stars and Stripes

I can't find any
In fact, there are literally no Americans proud to fly the flag (except for Ted Nugent and Hulk Hogan).
Has Russian communism fully infiltrated the land of the free?
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So proud
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This cartoon is considered and advertised as Anti-Woke, starring Adam Carrolla.
We're um… eating good again, uh… cartoon bros.
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The times we live in

Tell 14yo me back in the day "professional" media would reduce itself to this and I would never believe you. The fucking Price is Right had better writing.
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>AI Music Videos
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uhhhh…. stone bros
Are we still winning?
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Big Incel Kino

This was a pretty good incel movie. Are the sequels good too?
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uhhh… FAS bros?
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George Floyd Getting Hollywood Treatment With ‘Daddy Changed the World’ Biopic

A Hollywood movie based on the life of George Floyd is currently in the works, with the title Daddy Changed the World.

The movie is expected to dramatize the life of George Floyd, whose death in police custody in 2020 was used to spark the Black Lives Matter protests and riots that lasted several months and laid waste to cities across the country just ahead of the presidential election.

His death also unleashed the Defund the Police movement, which seeks to portray police officers as racists and aims to strip law enforcement of public funding.

George Floyd's daughter, Gianna, and her mother, Roxie Washington, are involved in the making of the movie and are serving as executive producers, according to a Variety report.

No casting or director has been announced. Gregory R. Anderson is writing the screenplay.

Daddy Changed the World is being produced by Radar Pictures, the Hollywood production company behind the recent Jumanji and Riddick movies, along with 8 Queens and Night Fox.

The producers reportedly said the movie will be "gritty drama of a man and his community thrust into the fiery light of history."

Roxie Washington - the mother of Floyd's daughter, Gianna - said in a statement: "We are excited the world will see the real, jovial, and loving George we know. This film will humanize him, embody the essence of his life, and hopefully reignite efforts to pass the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act. It's time for justice and equality for all."

Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was sentenced to 20 years in jail for Floyd's death.

Authorities found that Floyd had fentanyl and methamphetamine in his system at the time of his death. But they concluded his death was caused by the knee placed on his neck when in police custody.

Floyd was a repeat criminal who served eight jail terms on charges, including drug possession and theft.
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How would rank them?

I'd put Fallon on top, just because he seems the least malicious.
Below him would Colbert, if only because he is a good comedic actor when given the right script. See Harvey Birdman
Oliver and Meyers are basically the same thing, but Meyers seems slightly more soulless.
Kimmel is nothing. There is nothing in him, nothing behind his eyes. He is a hollow man, a stuffed man. Headpiece filled with straw, alas. The eyes are not here, there are no eyes here. Not in this valley of dying stars, this hollow valley, this broken jaw of our lost kingdom. The hope only of empty men.
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AAG - Anime American General

A thread so we can talk about anime and how we americans can improve the weeb culture and industry.
Eurofags not allowed, unless they have a BBC.
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Power slap is the new WWE

Vince vibe.
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Was Cheers the only long-running show that was able to replace major characters without it making the show noticeably worse? What made it work in this case?
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Hitting the wall

rest in peace
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WFC: Peeping Tom & Anatomy of a Murder

>Loner Mark Lewis (Carl Boehm) works at a film studio during the day and, at night, takes racy photographs of women. Also he's making a documentary on fear, which involves recording the reactions of victims as he murders them. He befriends Helen (Anna Massey), the daughter of the family living in the apartment below his, and he tells her vaguely about the movie he is making. She sneaks into Mark's apartment to watch it and is horrified by what she sees - especially when Mark catches her.

>Semi-retired Michigan lawyer Paul Biegler (James Stewart) takes the case of Army Lt. Manion (Ben Gazzara), who murdered a local innkeeper after his wife (Lee Remick) claimed that he raped her. Over the course of an extensive trial, Biegler parries with District Attorney Lodwick (Brooks West) and out-of-town prosecutor Claude Dancer (George C. Scott) to set his client free, but his case rests on the victim's mysterious business partner (Kathryn Grant), who's hiding a dark secret.

NEXT WEEKS THEME: Remake that was better than the original
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New York City: Actor Steve Buscemi Punched in Face — ‘Random Act of Violence’

NEW YORK (AP) - Actor Steve Buscemi is OK after he was punched in the face by a man on a New York City street, his publicist said Sunday.

The 66-year-old star of "Fargo" and "Boardwalk Empire" was assaulted late Wednesday morning in Manhattan and taken to a nearby hospital with bruising, swelling and bleeding to his left eye.

"Steve Buscemi was assaulted in Mid-Town Manhattan, another victim of a random act of violence in the city," according to a statement Sunday from his publicist. "He is ok and appreciates everyone's well wishes."

The assault was first reported by the New York Post.

The New York Police Department put out a nameless statement on the assault Wednesday. Buscemi's representative confirmed Sunday that the unidentified assault victim in the police statement was the actor.

The police department said there were no arrests and the investigation was continuing.

Buscemi's "Boardwalk Empire" co-star Michael Stuhlbarg was hit in the back of the neck with a rock while walking in Manhattan's Central Park on March 31. Stuhlbarg chased his attacker, who was taken into custody outside the park.
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New Fox anti-NEET propaganda just dropped

Fox is drawing up its latest animated order.

The network has ordered animated comedy Universal Basic Guys/The Hoagie Bros. (w/t) to series. It comes from creators Adam and Craig Malamut and Sony Pictures Television.

It follows brothers Mark and Hank Hoagies, who suddenly find themselves with no jobs when the Glantontown Hot Dog factory switches over to automation. Lucky for them, the town started a radical Universal Basic Income pilot program, giving all residents of Glantontown $3,000 per month with no strings attached. Now, Mark, Hank and the rest of their local buddies once again are kids in the summertime, overflowing with the perilous combo of free time and stupid ideas.

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New kino incoming

comedy guld
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Jenny Nicholson 1 million subscribers

She's probably about 2 days away from hitting 1 million subs on Youtube. Let us all watch her cross that milestone together!
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New Hollywood

Rank 'em
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I won

you may have think you've won but you hadn't, infact you're so stupid and wrong, you lost, everyone in here is a an abnormal neet fgt, suck my fucking balls cunt
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/fgg/ - Fat Guy General

Who is the greatest obese filmmaker?
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They're Literally The Same Person

I don't know what all the complaining is about, Bella and Ellie look identical and frankly I think they did a great job casting her.
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Emma stone fucked by a nigger in her new movie…
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Guess who's back
ens ens
Back again

>A New York court has overturned Harvey Weinstein's 2020 conviction for rape, ordering a new trial in the landmark "MeToo" case.

>The state's highest court found the judge at the trial prejudiced the ex-movie mogul with "egregious" improper rulings, including a decision to let women testify about allegations that weren't part of the case.

>In a 4-3 decision, the ruling by the Court of Appeals will mean a painful chapter in reckoning with sexual misconduct by powerful figures looks likely to be reopened.

>It was an era that began in 2017 with a flood of allegations against Weinstein.

>Weinstein's accusers could again be forced to relive their traumas on the witness stand.

>The 72-year-old former film producer has been serving a 23-year sentence in a New York prison on rape and sexual assault charges.

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Star Wars Episode I

I will never understand why this gets all the amount of unwanted and unnecessary hate it gets, it's no where near as bad as it's made out to be.
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All memes aside, what do you honestly think of Louis C.K. as a comedian? I like his stuff from the early 2000's. He was a 10/10 by LA comedy standards and at least a solid 6.5 by New York ones. But, like all of the Comedy Cellar comedians (aside from Patrice and DiPaolo), he was a spineless worm and shamelessly parroted the thoughts and opinions of whoever he thought could help his career.
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Sam Hyde was just arrested in Texas for sexual assault.

Will this have any effect on WP2 or Fishtank 2.5 airing on time?
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Is it true that this movie is what created furries?
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Ashley boettcher

New post.
It's confirmed she's posting here.

Look the picture she posted
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Does eating spinach really make you stronger?
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Which one of you freaks and weirdos did this?
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Nu Planet of the Apes

Tbh I liked this and though the WAR and DAWN films were good too. RISE was just ok because James Franco sucks.
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>Superman is now a broccoli headed zoomer retard for real no cap!

James Gunn is going to put the bullet into the DCU for good this time.
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Post good and underrated moview review channels

it's better than just another retarded Yakuza/Emojitroon thread anyway.
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Star Wars: The Acolyte

>nigger Jew zoomer crying about white people with her two mothers
The absolute state of Star Wars.
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Why did they put audience noises into sitcoms? It's so common that you just accept it, but it's a really weird idea when think about it. It's even weird for the ones filmed in front of live audiences. "Let's have these disembodied voices laugh after every joke while all the characters pause and do nothing, doing their best to ignore it."
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hello gahoole

Hope you are well, recently I've had to deal with some crap said by infowars.com employees, who only ever personally attack or play mind games and attack through satalites rather than respond constructively to criticism.

Here I present this video of Corey Goode. This is my response to Joe Rogan, who I don't like and think doesn't have a funny bone in his body and am quite frankly baffled as to how anyone would value his opinion on comedy, especially considering he himself doesn't believe a word of what comes out of his mouth anyway.
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‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ Actor and Surfing Star Tamayo Perry Killed by Shark in Hawaii

Tamayo Perry, surfing legend turned actor in Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean, lost his life from a shark attack off the coast of Oahu, Hawaii, on Sunday.

Perry was struck around one p.m. near Goat Island and his body was soon found by other surfers. His body was missing an arm and a leg, Stab magazine reported.

A local surfer called emergency services when he thought he saw a surfer being attacked by a shark, and first responders got to the scene quickly. But efforts to revive Perry after his body was brought to shore proved fruitless, according to the New York Post.

"Tamayo's personality was infectious and as much as people loved him, he loved everyone else more," said acting Honolulu ocean safety chief Kurt Lager. He added that Perry was "a lifeguard loved by all."

Perry was also employed as a popular local lifeguard.

"Tamayo was a legendary waterman and highly respected," said Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi. The mayor also said Perry's death is "a tragic loss."

The 49-year-old Oahu celebrity parlayed his surfing status into a part in the fourth Pirates of the Caribbean movie, On Stranger Tides among other films.
Perry has appeared in more than a dozen surfing videos including The Bomb (1998), Revelation (2000), All Aboard (2002), and Loaded Pipe (2004)

He also appeared in the films Blue Crush, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, and in the TV series Hawaii Five-0.
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Doug Tennapel made a new cartoon.
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>Zoomers actually believe in this
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Paige VanZant is coming to Power Slap!



Poor Girl is running out of options
Bbcmenko need to workout again and start power slap !
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WFC: One Hour Photo

>Sy Parrish runs a one-hour photo developing lab in a small mall. He's a perfectionist about his work and generous to his regular customers, including a typical family headed by Will Yorkin. Over the years, he's seen their family grow through their photographs, but when he sees evidence of Yorkin being unfaithful, coupled with a threat to his position, his already precarious mental state tips over the edge.

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She is right /tv/?

Is Paul Verhoeven the peak of cinema?
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Twin Peaks

I finally watched Twin Peaks for the first time and despite almost finishing season 1, I don't get it. Why is this so great?
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Reality TV

Was any of it real or is all fake?
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Foreign TV Watchers

I read that Britbongs have to pay a license to watch tv. Is that real? Their government forces them to pay for liberal propaganda?

Who else does this?
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James O’Keefe Captures Disney Exec Alleging Discrimination Against White Males

Journalist James O'Keefe has captured a Walt Disney Company executive alleging on camera that the studio sometimes discriminates against white males in casting as well as in the hiring process on the corporate side.

In a hidden camera interview released by O'Keefe Media Groip, a Disney TV executive identified as Michael Giordano said that the studio will sometimes explicitly state that white males won't be considered for certain roles.

Giordano is a senior vice president at the Disney-owned 20th Century Television.

"Certainly there have been times when you know, there's no way we're hiring a white male for this," he said. When asked by the interviewer if this is an unspoken rule, he replied, " There are times when it's spoken."

He said the studio sometimes will put out a directive stating "there's no way we're hiring a white male for this role." He added that Disney "is very careful how they message that to agents."

Later in the video, Giordano alleges Disney's discriminatory practices extend to the corporate side.

"As far as Disney's concerned, I'm a white male. And that's not who they're looking to promote at the moment." He alleged that the company even turned down a half-black candidate for a job because he didn't look black enough.

"It feels like that, at some point, there's going to be a lawsuit," he said, though he added that the company often uses euphemisms that might get them off the hook.

The revelations are the latest to hit Disney after the company embraced DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion) as a core corporate value.

As Breitbart News reported, Disney is facing a federal civil rights complaint alleging the company's DEI policies are unlawful and discriminate against white American men, Christians, and Jews. America First Legal filed the complaint against Disney in February.

Elon Musk published leaked internal Disney documents that show diversity quotas being implemented across the company.
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Kung Pow was aired on [adult swim] and they cut out all of Ling's flashing. She was allowed to say "Oh, man, I'm a little, tiny, horny honey", but a quick close-up of breasts covered by a thick bra and shots from behind of her robe opening were too much for the dying network.
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"Screw You Guys I'm going Home"

Favourite Episodes and scenes from south park
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I'm tired of pretending like Leo is a serious actor. I just can't buy it. Some of the greatest living directors have been trying for decades to make into a Pacino or Deniro level actor, but it just ain't happening. His roles are as believable as a character from a PS2 game.
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Donald Sutherland has passed away at the age of 88.
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Any female jokers here? How many have you seen?
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Emma watson

I miss her.
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Interview with the Nigger

Daily BLACKED IP thread.
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Sargon 1 x Conservatives 0

Another liberalist kino review
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This guy is ONE of the most praised moview reviews second 4chan /tv/

What's YOUR opinion about his 4channel essay?
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Based J. K. Rowling

I fucking love this woman soo fucking much, the most based woman on the planet right now
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A24 confirmed kikery. Once I start a movie I have to finish it. BUT I sure as hell used the 10sec FF liberally. The only scary thing about it was that there are retards out there that fall this deep into young adult media.
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I was right. They ruined the industry for one purpose.

" look ai movie and animes are kino "
THey pushed internet the same way.
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Looks like kino is back on the menu boys!
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He may have called out the pedos, but I will forever detest Ricky Gervais for inventing that awful "cringe" humor. The kind of humor where you point out something obvious and they say "awkward!!" It's the most insufferably self-conscious and insecure type of comedy imaginable. It is midwittery incarnate. People think it's smart humor because it's self-aware, but really it's more lazy and brainless than even the most lowbrow fart jokes. You're literally just describing what's going on around you. Even toddlers can do that.
Also, the UK Office is just as bad as the US version. It's just much shorter and ends before most people can realize how bad it is.
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Dr. Pavel

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What are some good miniseries? I want to watch a good tv show that's not dozens, if not hundreds of episodes long.
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WFC: Dragonslayer (1981)

>A terrible dragon is terrorizing the medieval land of Urland in the 6th century. Representatives from the kingdom seek the assistance of the wizard Ulrich (Ralph Richardson) to defeat the dragon immediately - Urland has been delivering virgins to appease the dragon, and their princess (Chloe Salaman) has rigged the lottery system they use in order to sacrifice herself next. But when Ulrich is killed, the task to confront the dragon falls to the wizard's apprentice, Galen (Peter MacNicol).

NEXT WEEKS THEME: Robin Williams
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Will they ruin it?
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Ashley boettcher



Also bitch is a manlet 1,56 m
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For me its, Anya Taylor Joy.
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Falling Down - The Great American Lie

One of my favorite movies. This guy nails it. And 30 years later, it's more relevant today than ever.
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Not a single good actress in 2024.

It's just fucking over
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Retreat,No Surrender


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Did the 80's produce any noteworthy dramatic or "artistic" films of note? Almost every time that decade comes up, you only hear about action/adventure, science fiction, horror, and the occasional comedy. But was there any "high cinema" made in the 80's?
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The last kino.

Kino has peaked.
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What the frick is "media literacy?"
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Best movie that will come out this year. Its pretty much like the nice guys film.

>Detective film

>minimal leftardism
>set somewhere other than LA or NYC
>has a couple good comedy scenes
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AI Feature Films Are Coming

This shit looks better than anything modern-day Hollywood would come up with.
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Whenever the discussion of how faggotry became normalized in America comes up, someone will always mention Will & Grace because it apparently had a gay character (I've never seen the show). But was Will & Grace really that popular? It never seemed to have the same reach as other 90's sitcoms, like Seinfeld or Friends, or even News Radio. It just seemed like another one of those sitcoms made to syndicate to other channels who would use it to fill up time slots in the middle of the day. It's hard for me to believe it had any real impact on the culture.
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Romance Movies

What are some good romance movies, no ROMCOM, Another of my waifu hit the wall..
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Movies directed by femoids

That are actually good
I'll start