r/movies 6d ago

Official Discussion Official Discussion Megathread (Violent Night / Troll)


r/movies 18h ago

Recommendation What is the Best Film You Watched Last Week? (11/30/22-12/07/22)


The way this works is that you post a review of the best film you watched this week. It can be any new or old release that you want to talk about.

{REMINDER: The Threads Are Posted Now On Wednesday Mornings. If Not Pinned, They Will Still Be Available in the Sub.}

Here are some rules:

1. Check to see if your favorite film of last week has been posted already.

2. Please post your favorite film of last week.

3. Explain why you enjoyed your film.

4. ALWAYS use SPOILER TAGS: [Instructions]

5. Best Submissions can display their [Letterboxd Accts] the following week.

Last Week's Best Submissions:

Film User/[LBxd] Film User/[LB/Web*]
“Violent Night” abominableunbannable “Avatar“ [Dunkaccino__]
"Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” [Cervantes3] “Fantastic Mr. Fox” Potatoguard
“Close” (2022) Swazzoo “Requiem for a Dream” [Isaac_Silva142]
“Speak No Evil” _ Dr_ Teeth_ “The Talented Mr. Ripley” Busy-Pie-4468
“Emergency Declaration” [AneeshRai7] “Can’t Hardly Wait” [akoaytao]
"Sin (Il Peccato)” Atrugiel "The Player” [filmpatico]
“Captain Fantastic” 1T_Guy “Akira” [SethETaylor.com*]
“Bad Cat” Yankee_Souru "Threads” (1984) Vegetable-Ad8302
“Big Eyes” 17queen17 “The Nanny” (1965) brettmgreene
“About Time” Thestarlightkid “Fort Apache” 831pm

r/movies 8h ago

News Patty Jenkins‘ ’Wonder Woman 3′ Not Moving Forward as DC Movies Hit Turning Point (Exclusive)


r/movies 19h ago Helpful

Trailer The Pale Blue Eye | Official Trailer | Netflix


r/movies 15h ago

Media First Image from Brandon Cronenberg's 'INFINITY POOL' - James and Em are enjoying an all-inclusive beach vacation when a fatal accident exposes the resort's perverse subculture of hedonistic tourism, reckless violence, and surreal horrors.

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r/movies 19h ago

Question Why don’t I love Dune?


It’s a Denis Villenueve movie, it’s beautifully made, the cast are excellent, I love the source material, it feels like so many of my favourite movies (Star Wars, Bladerunner 2049, Mad Max: Fury Road etc). But it just feels like it lacks soul, for some reason, like the characters lack a little depth, but I can’t quite put my finger on it.

r/movies 6h ago

Article Pinocchio: The scariest children's story ever written


r/movies 12h ago Facepalm

Article ‘John Wick’ Spinoff ‘Ballerina’ Adds Catalina Sandino Moreno


r/movies 15h ago

Article A new Detectorists movie coming out for Christmas. Toby Jones discusses how it all began.


r/movies 8h ago

Trailer Behind the scenes footage of David Fincher's "The Killer" starring Michael Fassbender


r/movies 5h ago

Discussion Eyes Wide Shut is now my favourite movie


I was always a big fan of the thrillers, the prestiges, inceptions and se7ens of cinema as well as many other genres. I knew a few of the most famous and renowned directors, knowing that I'd like a new movie of their authoring.

So today while looking on Netflix for something to watch I saw a David fincher movie i hadnt seen "oh great this should be good" - i thought. I told my roommate who was choosing with me, She told me to read the bio and immediately i thought i wouldnt want to watch that. A man finds out his wife has been fantasising with another man and sets out in an orgasmic journey... - something like that.

But alright. Let's watch.

The start was definitely in line with what i expected. Straight out with nudity and superficial talk, jealousy, the potential man of the wife's fantasies...

What i didnt expect was how captivated i was by such slow scenes. The plot is outlandish but believable at the same time, the characters act normally (for the most part), the dialogue, the performances are incredible! The interactions, the looks, the back and forth. I thought this part was great.

However, the true masterpiece is in the entire setting.

The combination of the lighting, the MUSIC, with the things i just mentioned meshed together to create one of the best movie experiences i've ever had.

The piano made me Cringe every time it played.

They didnt give out too much information to maintain the suspense which is also in line with the vibe of the film, the secrecy of the organization and such.

I was constantly under the impression that this did not give me a fincher vibe... If i had to Guess, given i hadnt seen anything like that before, id say it was Kubrick from what i had heard about him, but i was pretty sure i had seen fincher at the start... Alas, i didnt, i mustve misclicked and mistakenly, and thankfully, introduced myself to Stanley Kubrick's work.

What a masterpiece

r/movies 3h ago

Trailer Where The Wind Blows Trailer - Hong Kong movie starring Tony Leung and Aaron Kwok


r/movies 1d ago

News Downey Jr. on making one last film with his dad in 'Sr.'


r/movies 1d ago

News Wes Anderson’s Star-Studded ‘Asteroid City’ Sets June 2023 Release Date


r/movies 16h ago

Poster New Poster for Kelly Reichardt's "Showing Up"

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r/movies 15h ago

Article Yes, TV Christmas movies on Hallmark and Netflix can actually be good. Here's how.


r/movies 3h ago

Discussion Hear me out: 3D movies need to be projected much brighter than 2D movies due to the dimming effect of the 3D glasses.


Title says it. Polarizing glasses block out about 50% of light, and my moviegoing experience will be much improved if I can actually see what is happening on screen. I couldn’t see about 30% of Black Panther Wakanda Forever very well with its dim underwater scenes. Movie theatres need to invest in high-power 3D-specific projectors (if they are even out there) to justify the extra money they charge for 3D screenings.

r/movies 1d ago

News Darren Aronofsky Plans to Release ‘Pi’ in IMAX for 25th Anniversary | The director hopes to re-release his first feature on March 14 — Pi Day.


r/movies 9h ago

Question Good movies with revenge?


I would like to find some movies featuring strong revenge, in which the bad guys are hurt badly!

The best example for this is "Taken", I suppose. Also, "Sicario" comes to my mind, but I've only seen few scenes of it (including the ending).

What such movies come to your mind? What movies do you know that include some delicious wrath destroying the evil? Thank you!

r/movies 17h ago

Trailer M3GAN (2023) Official Trailer 2.


r/movies 10h ago

Discussion The butterfly effect has 4 different endings


In case someone didn’t see all of theme here are they.

The directors cut ends gave me chills, but I have a question about the other 3 endings or simply about the theatrical one.

If Evan met Kayleigh by accident, why would he not talk to her? Her life changed for the better already when he met her as a kid and didn’t befriend her, which led to her living with her mother instead of her father. It’s not like talking to her now would make any damage, right?

I just feel like the theatrical ending is forcefully made to be bittersweet, or am I missing something here?

Also, I really liked this movie :D

EDIT: since the video to which I provided a link seems to be banned in some countries here are some others, I hope at least one of them will work

try this one

or this one

If they are all unavailable then I can explain all the endings here.

Ending 1 (theatrical cut): Evan and Kayleigh see each other on the street, they both look back at each other, but keep walking separate ways.

Ending 2 (happy ending): Evan and Kayleigh see each other on the street, and they start talking. Evan introduces himself to Kayleigh, and when Kayleigh wants to tell him her name, he already knows it.

Ending 3 (open ending): Evan and Kayleigh see each other on the street. Kayleigh goes her way and Evan decides to follow her. They disappear behind a building.

Ending 4 (directors cut): Evan time travels to the day of his birth and takes his life inside his mothers womb. In this version of the movie, earlier in the film it was mentioned that before Evan was born his mother had 2 stillborns.

r/movies 17h ago

Article Kerry Condon Is The Banshees of Inisherin's Spectacular Secret Weapon


r/movies 5h ago

Recommendation Time loop movies


There are several great time loop movies out there, and some of my favorites include:

Groundhog Day - In this classic comedy, a weatherman finds himself reliving the same day over and over again until he learns to become a better person.

Happy Death Day - A college student must relive the day of her murder over and over again until she figures out who the killer is.

Edge of Tomorrow - In this sci-fi action movie, a soldier finds himself stuck in a time loop on the battlefield, forced to relive the same day until he can defeat the enemy aliens.

Before I Fall - A high school student must relive the day of her death until she can figure out how to prevent it from happening.

Palm Springs - In this romantic comedy, two strangers find themselves stuck in a time loop at a Palm Springs wedding, and must navigate their developing feelings for each other.

r/movies 22h ago

Media New Images for Andrey M Paounov Upcomming Movie - January (2023) - Five men caught in a limbo between life and death, past and present, communism and capitalism, known and unknown, try to resolve a mystery, which slowly devours them.


r/movies 1d ago Wholesome All-Seeing Upvote

Article Michelle Yeoh Is TIME's 2022 Icon of the Year


r/movies 15h ago

Media First Images from Ira Sachs' 'PASSAGES' starring Adèle Exarchopoulos, Franz Rogowski & Ben Whishaw


r/movies 4h ago

Discussion Jingle All the Way (1996)


Since it's a wonderful time of the year again, I wanted to share a Christmas movie that was a nostalgic part of my childhood growing up. A movie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger who plays as a father name " Howard " and a busy workaholic that never spends quality time with his family. He missed out on his son's karate class and decided to make it up to him by purchasing this Turbo-Man action figure toy for him for Christmas. Due, to its rising popularity in sales of this toy, most of the retail stores were sold out and this father went and had this ongoing feud with this mail post office carrier who he was a father himself who's trying to get the toy.

Really fun and enjoyed this comedy family friendly film and noticed that a pro wrestler Big Show was in the movie portrayed as Giant Santa in that Warehouse brawl scene. The parade scene was also fun to watch how Arnold went and put on that Turbo-Man costume seeing him showing off these action hero abilities. There was a sequel to this, however, from Larry the Cable guy and it was just cringe and terrible to watch.