The Shoutbox
Yeah, I already linked to their initial coverage of the film's Cannes premiere. Jarmusch is definitely on the list of directors I'll try to see anything by, but from the sounds of it he's made quite a dud (and not in that overly obtuse arthouse kind of way either). I guess I'll report back when (if?) I get the chance.
Originally Posted by John McClane
The GOAT? Are those Giant Orange Attack Titans at it again? For shame. For shame.
The Goon Of Atrocious Tanning.
Originally Posted by doubledenim
Originally Posted by gandalf26
GOAT visiting our glorious island this week, lots of clowns protesting.
MJ? Cuz I kno you ant staating this LeBron shhh up.
In hindsight, I should've made a similar response to this rather than correctly inferring that greatdolt26 was talking about Hell Toupee himself. At least when clowns make their clothes ill-fitting, they're trying to make people laugh on purpose.
Originally Posted by doubledenim
I like Ferris Bueller a lot, but now I think Cameron is my favorite part of the movie.

"Miissttaa Roooknee!"
That would certainly explain why the theory that he is the narrator to Ferris's Tyler Durden has gained so much traction.
Originally Posted by gandalf26
GOAT visiting our glorious island this week, lots of clowns protesting.
Well yeah, he's such a huge clown that he's putting the rest of them out of work.
Originally Posted by doubledenim
Matthew Broderick is a national treasure. You bite your lip!

Well, Ferris Bueller was. The rest of his work is debatable. Yes, War Games, I know.
Election is better than Ferris Bueller's Day Off - the latter is no less debatable than anything else he's done.
Haven't seen that many of these movies so I couldn't tell you how different it is from the others, though I suppose seeing a conflict of this type realised through a nine-figure Hollywood production is novelty enough. Still beats the hell out of Emmerich's movie, at least.
King of the Monsters, on the other hand, goes for a kind of Snyder-ish washed-out orange-and-blue cloudiness that is occasionally put to good use. It is a bit of a bold move for it to start off with the 2014 film's most visually amazing scene playing out in the background of a significantly duller-looking shot.
Originally Posted by doubledenim
Nobody went and saw Godzilla this weekend?

And I thought this looked 50x's better than those GDT kaiju movies.
I saw it today, they're about the same quality but in different directions. Pacific Rim has bolder colours, for instance.
So weird to think that that song appeared in an actual Best Picture winner.
Originally Posted by Yoda
As far as regrets go that's a funny one.

Imagine that as dying words: "I wish...I'd...bought...a...hip flask."
It'll be fine as long as you say it to the hip priest.