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The Small Screen / Re: BoJack Horseman (Netflix, Will Arnett, Aaron Paul, Alison Brie)
« Last post by Drenk on September 23, 2018, 07:24:24 AM »
The show has a formula now. It had one too for the last seasons but it felt as if it were going through the motions this time. Well, I really loved season 4 and thought season 3 was fine, mostly, even if it had a great ending. I think they need an "off" season before a great one. But I'm beginning to see the "formula"—the "psychedelic" penultimate episode is beginning to be a bit much, especially after season 4 which had the best one yet.

I think it's an issue for this show not to have an idea of when they want to end...or where...? We'll get the more dramatic season next year and then season 7 will be the mellow one where they deal with what happened before. Etc. Etc.

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Paul Thomas Anderson / Re: Untitled PTA Project (2020)
« Last post by BigSock on September 22, 2018, 11:02:41 PM »
New one is in the works supposedly. It's coming along. Likely an Annapurna release.

Source for the project?

Fortunate enough for fans that Anderson is not taking the time like that dead space between Punch Drunk Love-There Will Be Blood.

I'm expecting it announced sometime in 2019 and be out later the following year. Sounds like very early stages, but PTA has been talking about it, and I assume Annapurna will end up with it.
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This Year In Film / Re: At least one person has gone to see The Predator?
« Last post by eward on September 22, 2018, 06:04:16 PM »
I saw it at the IMAX and, aside from a small handul of minor amusements, I found it quite dull, unfocused and often boring.
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This Year In Film / At least one person has gone to see The Predator?
« Last post by jenkins on September 22, 2018, 04:22:40 PM »
i haven't seen it. i wasn't highly likely to you, but still i'm a bit surprised that it's struggling to recoup its $88 million budget. this is its second week and it's currently looking to be fourth at the box office, behind even third-week The Nun
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The Grapevine / Re: Halloween
« Last post by jenkins on September 22, 2018, 04:13:30 PM »


i have a friend who's the most likely person to like this movie, and he's seen it, and he liked it
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Paul Thomas Anderson / Re: Untitled PTA Project (2020)
« Last post by Tdog on September 22, 2018, 05:50:21 AM »
I think I like big dick epics best!

Is there any concrete info on what the new movie might be about?

Is it the Tiffany Haddish one? Did they settle on a timeframe? Am I the only one who wants PTA to make a modern set movie again? Maybe an alternative present day set movie?
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Paul Thomas Anderson / Re: Untitled PTA Project (2020)
« Last post by Nails9 on September 21, 2018, 11:27:25 PM »
The Wookcock Pic's not a big dick epic?
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Real-Life Soundtracks / Re: Now Playing
« Last post by Nails9 on September 21, 2018, 11:24:31 PM »
Y'Georgie Boyz den?



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The Grapevine / Re: Joker (2019)
« Last post by Nails9 on September 21, 2018, 11:19:44 PM »
This all feels too on the nose *HONK HONK*

From the casting, to the influences it's been flapping up and down on it's dickie, I can only feel like I've seen it already.

Hide those cards Mr. Old-School-Hangover, Jokers should be wild.










yet I'd gladly eat those words like a peach for hours.
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The Director's Chair / Re: Todd Haynes
« Last post by wilder on September 21, 2018, 10:35:29 PM »
Todd Haynes to Direct Drama ‘Dry Run’
via Variety

Todd Haynes is set to direct Participant Media’s “Dry Run,” a movie based on the New York Times Magazine article about the lawyer who took on the chemical company DuPont.

Participant and Mark Ruffalo are producing the pic from a rewrite by Mario Correa. Matthew Carnahan penned the first draft. Sources say Ruffalo is also considering starring in the film as the lawyer, but negotiations have yet to begin.

Based on Nathaniel Rich’s New York Times Magazine article “The Lawyer Who Became DuPont’s Worst Nightmare”, the untitled film centers around Robert Bilott, who had been practicing as a corporate defense attorney for eight years when he took on an environmental lawsuit against the chemical company DuPont. The suit turned into a battle exposing a decades-long history of chemical pollution.

Haynes has spent most of his career developing his own projects and rarely meets for open directing assignments like this one. The history of the Du Ponts, however, holds similarities to some of the flawed characters Haynes has depicted in previous films like “Far From Heaven,” “Carol,” and the Bob Dylan drama “I’m Not There.”
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