Sci-fi shows discussion threadLet's talk about sci-fi kino.
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Breitbart Movie NewsInstead of making a new thread every time Breitbart publishes a new article like I've been doing for the last year or so (see >>291933 for example) I've decided to make a general thread for important Breitbart updates which I will post in periodically. Making archives of every article is a pain so if you see a story that looks interesting, just copy the link and make an archive of it yourself if there isn't one already.
WFC: Detective Conan: The Scarlet Bullet>Japan is celebrating the upcoming World Sports Games in Tokyo. The world's first vacuum-tube super-conducting linear train is built with the latest Japanese technology and timed to coincide with the WSG opening ceremonies.
Jenny Nicholson 1 million subscribersShe's probably about 2 days away from hitting 1 million subs on Youtube. Let us all watch her cross that milestone together!
The Cardi B/Offset Meal>A hot meal for a hot date, picked by the glamorous Cardi B and Offset. This bundle includes a Cheeseburger, side of BBQ sauce, Quarter Pounder®* with Cheese, large Fries, 2 large Drinks and an Apple Pie. The Cardi B & Offset Meal has 2175 calories. Perfect for sharing.
Quentin Tarantino Rumored to Announce Final Film ‘The Movie Critic’ Inspired by Pauline KaelQuentin Tarantino's 10th film, which the director has long said will be his final feature, will be called The Movie Critic.
WFC: The Theory of Everything (2014)>In the 1960s, Cambridge University student and future physicist Stephen Hawking (Eddie Redmayne) falls in love with fellow collegian Jane Wilde (Felicity Jones). At 21, Hawking learns that he has motor neuron disease. Despite this - and with Jane at his side - he begins an ambitious study of time, of which he has very little left, according to his doctor. He and Jane defy terrible odds and break new ground in the fields of medicine and science, achieving more than either could hope to imagine.
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Chaim Topol, Israeli Actor Known for Fiddler’s Tevye, DiesJERUSALEM (AP) - Chaim Topol, a leading Israeli actor who charmed generations of theatergoers and movie-watchers with his portrayal of Tevye, the long-suffering and charismatic milkman in "Fiddler on the Roof," has died in Tel Aviv, Israeli leaders said Thursday. He was 87.
Woman Kingthis whole movie's story was a lie in order to push their Woke identity politics agenda:
Supernatural/Paranormal HorrorI watched The Dark (2018) and I thought it was bretty gud. The movie doesn't hand feed you the plot but it looks like a return to the "cursed land/pet cemetary" trope. Which oddly worked with no dialogue about the history of the land, it's just called Devil's Lane. It's largely about "muh victims" but also kind of a dark emo cuteness to it as 2 young seperate victims come together to ease each others pain. Gore scenes were paced fairly well, somewhat mild, and moderately spread throughout. Amazon says it's 4/5 and I agree.
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re-watching harry potter seriesDisclaimer: I am really intoxicated on oxycodone and cheap cigarettes.
WFC: Fitzcarraldo (1982)>Opera-loving European Brian Fitzgerald (Klaus Kinski) lives in a small Peruvian city. Better known as Fitzcarraldo, this foreigner is obsessed with building an opera house in his town and decides that to make his dream a reality he needs to make a killing in the rubber business. In order to become a successful rubber baron, Fitzcarraldo hatches an elaborate plan that calls for a particularly impressive feat - bringing a massive boat over a mountain with the help of a band of natives.
Woke R' Uswhy do they have to nig nog everything in Films and TV Shows now, even to the extent of changing actual factual true real Historical Events that actually happened.
Puppet kinoEveryone knows Thunderbirds but what about the Japanese ones from around the same era? Here's one that's getting a model kit released soon. With a plot that's a mix of 70s mecha fare and Star Wars, it's really a wonder that not that many people have ever heard about it. It's a shame that even in its native Japan, it's largely overshadowed by another giant, red robot show with a similar combination sequence - the Space Runaway Ideon anime - which also came out in 1980.
Japanese Comedian Tamura Kenji moving to LAIf you saw Wednesday Downtown this week you saw their farewell to longtime contributor and okay comedian Tamrua Kenji (たむらけんじ) who is moving to America, specifically LA
Why Woke Media is Dyingyou should really take a listen to this guy no truer words have ever been spoken, about the current state everything is in right now, and these assholes are inevitably eating their own from being like this.
Weekly Film Club: Warlock (1989)>In 17th-century New England, witch hunter Giles Redferne (Richard E. Grant) captures an evil warlock (Julian Sands), but the conjurer eludes death with supernatural help. Flung into the future, the warlock winds up in the 1980s and plans to bring about the end of the world. Redferne follows the enchanter into the modern era and continues his mission, but runs into trouble in such unfamiliar surroundings. With the help of a young woman (Lori Singer), can Redferne finally defeat the warlock?
South Parkhave they yet gone and shown that they are the most ballsy, take no shit, don't give a fuck about your feelings, don't care how offended or disgusted you are, offensive cartoon creators of all time, and made any jokes about or directly towards the most protected and precious species on our planet right now, Trannies?