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Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 8 hours ago
Replies: 11
RIP Kirstie Alley
Posted By Captain Steel
Re: RIP Kirstie Alley

https://www.picclickimg.com/O2gAAOSwsf1jDJqt/Kirstie-Alley-Legendary-Film-Tv-Actress-Star.jpg

R.I.P.
Forum: General Movie Discussion 13 hours ago
Replies: 52
How do all of you feel when they race swap characters?
Posted By Captain Steel
For me, it all depends on if the characters are...

For me, it all depends on if the characters are established as having definitive qualities.
Ethnicity is both inherent and formative - it's one undeniable factor (among many) that make people who...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 1 day ago
Replies: 52
How do all of you feel when they race swap characters?
Posted By Captain Steel
Oh yes! (Forgot about that, momentarily.) ...

Oh yes! (Forgot about that, momentarily.)

That's perhaps one of the earliest changing an established character's race... and we know, due to the time period, it wasn't because of a huge social...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 1 day ago
Replies: 52
How do all of you feel when they race swap characters?
Posted By Captain Steel
Despite depictions, I always imagined Jesus...

Despite depictions, I always imagined Jesus looking nothing like me (or Jeffrey Hunter, Max von Sydow, or Willem Dafoe), but like a middle-eastern, Semitic man based on his heritage as the son of...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 1 day ago
Replies: 52
How do all of you feel when they race swap characters?
Posted By Captain Steel
Re: How do all of you feel when they race swap characters?

Referring back to the OP - there was a reference made to Halle Berry.
I think they were talking about Zoe Kravitz playing Catwoman in the recent The Batman (2022) film.

However, Halle Berry did...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 1 day ago
Replies: 52
How do all of you feel when they race swap characters?
Posted By Captain Steel
Actually, Coca-Cola set the standard (for the...

Actually, Coca-Cola set the standard (for the U.S. anyway). ;)

Thought this comment might go nice with the previously mentioned "Pepsi challenge"!
Forum: General Movie Discussion 1 day ago
Replies: 52
How do all of you feel when they race swap characters?
Posted By Captain Steel
Re: How do all of you feel when they race swap characters?

Plus, "race-swap" is not really accurate as to what movies do. The don't "swap" anything - they just turn caucazoid characters to minority ethnicities, but never do the reverse. To do the reverse...
Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 2 days ago
Replies: 18
Great Imitations
Posted By Captain Steel
I think my fascination with Hader's Alan Alda is...

I think my fascination with Hader's Alan Alda is because I've never heard one other person do Alda. So, to be that close with an impression of a celebrity that no one else does (or maybe no one else...
Replies: 19
I used to get bullied by someone when I was teenager
Posted By Captain Steel
Re: I used to get bullied by someone when I was teenager

Just my opinion, but I think it's rare for people who were bullies in the past to ever apologize.

I was bullied mercilessly, yet of the few tormentors I've re-encountered as an adult - they seem...
Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 3 days ago
Replies: 18
Great Imitations
Posted By Captain Steel
The following 3 videos are from SNL and contain...

The following 3 videos are from SNL and contain some great impersonations, but I want to point out Bill Hader's Allan Alda. I've never heard anyone imitate Alan Alda, but Hader's impression is spot...
Forum: Movie Reviews 3 days ago
Forum: Movie Reviews 3 days ago
Replies: 6,906
Important: Citizen Rules...Cinemaesque Chat-n-Review
Posted By Captain Steel
Ah, The Rutles! I haven't seen that since I was a...

Ah, The Rutles! I haven't seen that since I was a kid... and then I don't know if I ever saw the whole thing. Would love to see that again. Based on the dates, it appears The Rutles was the...
Forum: Movie Reviews 3 days ago
Replies: 6,906
Important: Citizen Rules...Cinemaesque Chat-n-Review
Posted By Captain Steel
This is one of my favorite Woody Allen movies......

This is one of my favorite Woody Allen movies... 1.) because it's the first "mockumentary" I ever saw and 2.) because the humor is simple.

Unlike some of his later films, this one is not esoteric,...
Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 4 days ago
Replies: 18
Great Imitations
Posted By Captain Steel
These guys would be spectacular if only the guy...

These guys would be spectacular if only the guy who did Jerry Lewis had the voice down better.

He's got the look & mannerisms down, and the singing isn't too bad, but when he speaks the voice is...
Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 4 days ago
Replies: 18
Great Imitations
Posted By Captain Steel
This one is for gbgoodies We were talking...

This one is for gbgoodies

We were talking about Paul Lynde a while back and I found this on YouTube.
While it's not perfect (outside of Rich Little & Seth MacFarlane) it's one of the best I've...
Replies: 19
I used to get bullied by someone when I was teenager
Posted By Captain Steel
Still, there's something to be said for......

Still, there's something to be said for... revenge.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vwHLMs04XA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jYXV6-0Pjo

(just kidding)
Replies: 19
I used to get bullied by someone when I was teenager
Posted By Captain Steel
I ordered a Scotch with Shyamalan twist at a bar...

I ordered a Scotch with Shyamalan twist at a bar down in the village... and the bartender turned into Paul Giamatti... who told me it was a good thing I didn't order Scotch & Water because Merrill...
Forum: Movie Reviews 5 days ago
Replies: 6,906
Important: Citizen Rules...Cinemaesque Chat-n-Review
Posted By Captain Steel
Yes, it was entertaining. I'd always remembered...

Yes, it was entertaining. I'd always remembered the movie pitches (this movie MEETS this movie), yet they weren't quite as plentiful in the film as I remembered them - guess I exaggerated them in my...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 6 days ago
Replies: 56
Genres you struggle with
Posted By Captain Steel
Re: Genres you struggle with

Maybe the Family Guy version will be more popular... OR make the original look better! ;)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_O1eOnhIKE
Forum: Movie Reviews 6 days ago
Replies: 6,906
Important: Citizen Rules...Cinemaesque Chat-n-Review
Posted By Captain Steel
I re-watched The Player just last week. I just...

I re-watched The Player just last week. I just wanted to see all the cameos (had no memory that it was a murder mystery). It was very satirical.
Forum: General Movie Discussion 6 days ago
Replies: 74,892
Rate The Last Movie You Saw
Posted By Captain Steel
The Rocker (2008) ...

The Rocker (2008)

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/d/d7/Rockerposter.jpg

I caught this during one of those free holiday cable previews. I'd never heard of it, which is a bit...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 1 week ago
Replies: 56
Genres you struggle with
Posted By Captain Steel
Re: Genres you struggle with

Superhero movies - as a child of the Silver & Bronze Ages of comics and a rabid comic book fan, I sort of felt it was my duty to view all superhero movies (I've since gotten over that compulsion). ...
Replies: 143
Creepy YouTube Videos
Posted By Captain Steel
Re: Creepy YouTube Videos

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbG27D86kjA
Forum: General Movie Discussion 1 week ago
Replies: 56
Genres you struggle with
Posted By Captain Steel
Re: Genres you struggle with

Westerns - I'm another who has never liked westerns. I'm not sure why since I have a couple individual westerns that I love (High Noon, The Cowboys).

It may be because Hollywood glorified...
Forum: Movie Reviews 1 week ago
Replies: 15
Wakanda Forever- Yea or Nay?
Posted By Captain Steel
This is an excellent point. Besides being...

This is an excellent point.

Besides being a nobleman & sometime hero, Namor is and has always been a bona fide a-hole and Marvel never really shied away from writing stories based on this fact. ...