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    Only reason I might see this is that I liked True Grit
    Also, for some reason, Kevin is considered some kind of legend in film school.

    This Summer the American Saga begins. Horizon: An American Saga – Only in Theaters June 28 #Horizonamericansaga

    Academy Award-winning visionary filmmaker Kevin Costner directs New Line Cinema’s vast “Horizon: An American Saga” Chapters One and Two, a multi-faceted chronicle covering the Civil War expansion and settlement of the American West. A story of America too big for one film, this true
    cinematic event also stars Costner, who co-writes with Jon Baird (“The Explorers Guild”) and produces through his Territory Pictures.

    In the great tradition of Warner Bros. Pictures’ iconic Westerns, “Horizon: An American Saga” explores the lure of the Old West and how it was won—and lost—through the blood, sweat and tears of many. Spanning the four years of the Civil War, from 1861 to 1865, Costner’s ambitious cinematic adventure will take audiences on an emotional journey across a country at war with itself, experienced through the lens of families, friends and foes all attempting to discover what it truly means to be the United States of America.

    Costner stars alongside an impressive ensemble cast that includes Sienna Miller, Sam Worthington, Jena Malone, Owen Crow Shoe, Tatanka Means, Ella Hunt, Tim Guinee, Danny Huston, Colin Cunningham, Scott Haze, Tom Payne, Abbey Lee, Michael Rooker, Will Patton, Georgia MacPhail, Douglas Smith, Luke Wilson, Isabelle Fuhrman, Jamie Campbell Bower, Alejandro Edda, Wasé Winyan Chief, Michael Anganaro, Angus Macfadyen, Jon Beavers, Alex Nibley, Kathleen Quinlan, Etienne Kellici, Amos Jason Charging Cloud, Bodhi Okuma Linton, Gregory Cruz, James Russo, Jeff Fahey, David O’Hara, Chris Conner, Leroy M. Silva, Bernardo Velasco, Tom Everett, Glynn Turman, Giovanni Ribisi and more.

    Costner returns to directing for the first time since his 2003 critically acclaimed hit “Open Range,” and revisits Civil War-era America, the setting for his 1990 blockbuster and directorial debut, “Dances with Wolves,” which won seven Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director. He produces alongside Howard Kaplan and Mark Gillard, with Danny Peykoff, Robert Scannell, Armyan Bernstein, Charlie Lyons, Barry Berg and Rod Lake executive producing.

    Costner is joined behind the camera by director of photography J. Michael Muro (“Billionaire Boys Club,” “Parker”), production designer Derek R. Hill (“Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan,” “The Magnificent Seven”), editor Miklos Wright (“For All Mankind,” “Open Range”) and costume designer Lisa Lovaas (“Ambulance,” “Transformers: The Last Knight”). The music is by Oscar nominee John Debney (“The Passion of the Christ,” “The Greatest Showman”).

    A New Line Cinema presentation of a Territory Pictures production, “Horizon: An American Saga” will be distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. The films will be released in theaters nationwide, the first on June 28, 2024, the second on August 16, 2024.

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    #319300

    back to its roots: While scavenging the deep ends of a derelict space station, a group of young space colonizers come face to face with the most terrifying life form in the universe.

    #319327

    I enjoyed the first Moana film (the visuals for the water scenes are amazing, especially towards the end). I hope the second one is as good as the first but sadly, I don’t trust current day Disney sadly.

    #319347

    The American is not something I’d normally go for but it looks surprisingly good.

    #319351

    I saw The American and enjoyed it a lot. The lengths people will go just to pursue a dream. I like that she just wanted to be Natalia Osipova, who is really an incredible dancer. Don’t want to spoil it, but it was a very plausible and human story.

    It’s getting eerie out there because some fans make hoax trailers and they fool me sometimes. Have to be extra careful to double check.

    In the new action-comedy THE KILLER’S GAME, when top hitman Joe Flood (Dave Bautista) is diagnosed with a terminal illness, he decides to take matters into his own hands – by taking a hit out on himself. But when the very hitmen he hired also target his ex-girlfriend (Sofia Boutella) , he must fend off an army of assassin colleagues and win back the love of his life before it’s too late.

    #319352

    A drama based on the life of Ronald Reagan, from his childhood to his time in the oval office.

    #319495

    Eh. Wasn’t sure. Reluctant to post, but it looks good and also, I think it’s a story to tell, especially, after Joe Biden said his relative was cannibalized. They definitely did a good job of including Maori actors in the past, Temuera Morrison as Boba Fett, and I guy I thought should’ve been far bigger in Manu Bennett from Arrow and Shannara. A lot of praise for Guy Pearce in the comments section for staying true and real.

    The Convert – Official Trailer | Starring Guy Pearce | July 12

    In theaters and on digital July 12.
    http://theconvertmovie.com/

    Lee Tamahori’s action-filled historical epic stars Guy Pearce as Thomas Munro, a newly arrived preacher in a colonial town in early 19th-century New Zealand who finds himself at the centre of a long-standing battle between two Māori tribes.

    #319681

    Quaid suits that role but damn…he looks really creepy in the thumbnail.

    Dunno about The Convert though…it impresses as a cheap knockoff of The Last Samurai.

    #319692

    Yeah, it gives off Dances with Wolives vibes to me a bit. I would not mind more movies of missionaries though, so maybe Angel Studios will think about that. Other comments were saying it’s a white savior story, but the director Lee Tamahori is half Maori, so he’s telling his own story. That Biden gaffe about having a relative that was cannibalized supposedly really happened to Michael Rockefeller in Papua, New Guinea.

    This next one, I like the basic premise, because those MMA fighters are the real deal. Haven’t seen a martial arts movie in years.

    A martial arts instructor is confronted with the disappearance of two of his students, leading him into a direct confrontation with a group of international child traffickers.

    #319846

    Was lucky enough to catch this show at his peak and when he was in the zone. Lots of laughs. Such a good writer and impressionist with the voices. I used to even be a subscriber. Thing is, all good things come to an end. He’s one of the funniest guys I ever heard, but one day, he came on the air and started getting political and literally told his audience to their faces that he now worked for the important people that have all the money and he became totally left-wing and it just wasn’t the same after that.
    I give him credit though for telling his fans upfront that he had sold out to the globalist propagandists. Never listened to him again after that. Even the show sounded different. Made me think maybe a former producer had the glue to hold it together, but even the sound of the show changed and was not of former quality.
    It also makes me wonder when a comedic genius hits it big, how long can the career possibly last? For me, The Simpsons never really got old.

    Hendrie is a feature documentary on the legendary talk-radio comic legend Phil Hendrie, who influenced a legion of great comedic minds through his innovative and relatively short-lived, off-the-wall radio show. The film chronicles the life of a radio personality that dared to satirize the very medium he was part of, using a distinct and original method that hasn’t been attempted before or since. Some of the funniest and most interesting names in show business weigh in including: Bill Hader, Judd Apatow, Kevin Pollak, Henry Rollins, Dana Gould, Wayne Federman and many others.

    #320049

    This is going to be a sleeper hit. No one I know is talking about it. I expect it to be a better movie and story than Inside Out 2. It’s very difficult for me to get into animation. The first trailer actually made me saw wow.

    The epic adventure follows the journey of a robot—ROZZUM unit 7134, “Roz” for short — that is shipwrecked on an uninhabited island and must learn to adapt to the harsh surroundings, gradually building relationships with the animals on the island and becoming the adoptive parent of an orphaned gosling.

    In Theaters September 27

    #320083

    I am amazed how they can restore old movies to 4K. Hope they do more of this, as there are many classic films, like this one, that I haven’t seen yet. Some snarky commenter said it would be nice that if they could do it in IMAX too, in addition to 4K. It’s wild to think about and what the future will bring after all of this.
    Going thru a bit of a phase. Just saw that TV series Shogun and enjoyed it a lot.

    SEVEN SAMURAI – Official 4K Restoration Trailer
    Janus Films

    One of the most thrilling movie epics of all time, SEVEN SAMURAI tells the story of a sixteenth-century village whose desperate inhabitants hire the eponymous warriors to protect them from invading bandits. This three-hour ride from Akira Kurosawa—featuring legendary actors Toshiro Mifune and Takashi Shimura—seamlessly weaves philosophy and entertainment, delicate human emotions and relentless action, into a rich, evocative, and unforgettable tale of courage and hope.

    In theaters 7/5/24!

    70th anniversary 4K restoration by Toho Co. Ltd.

    And here is the Shogun intro in 4K.
    The Zen Garden with ships over the sands.

    #320088

    Life After Fighting looks like a serious stress reliever.

    The Wild Robot seems like another variation on the evolution of AI theme. The lost robot angle makes it very akin to the character of Johnny 5 from Short Circuit (1986) which is a darn good movie by the way. As an aside, Johnny 5 obviously inspired the design of WALL-E even if the latter’s film makers refuse to acknowledge such.

     

    #320107

    People liked the first one, but I still haven’t seen it. Will check it out soon. Normally, I do NOT go for horror, but the thing about horror is, it’s low budget and it’s very creative, which makes it impossible to ignore. That TV series EVIL got me hooked.
    The mention of Short Circuit and Wall-E goes so far way back. Think about how ahead of the curve they were. Same with Real Genius. They were telling us. The 80s were a huge leap forward in tech with TRON and stuff like that. Even the SynthWave music. The other key year to me was somewhere in the mid 2000s with the rise of Youtube, Facebook and Twitter. After the cell phone and the computer, would have to say social media was like a huge leap forward.
    The mention of Short Circuit and Wall-E makes me wonder how far robotics have advance and I have not seen many robots.

    Smile 2 | Official Teaser Trailer (2024 Movie) – Naomi Scott, Lukas Gage
    Paramount Pictures

    It will never let go. Watch the new Teaser Trailer for #Smile2 – Only in theatres October 18. #SmileMovie

    About to embark on a new world tour, global pop sensation Skye Riley (Naomi Scott) begins experiencing increasingly terrifying and inexplicable events. Overwhelmed by the escalating horrors and the pressures of fame, Skye is forced to face her dark past to regain control of her life before it spirals out of control.

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