r/movies 12d ago

Official Discussion Megathread (Scream (2022) / The 355 / The Tragedy of Macbeth / Belle / Hotel Transylvania: Transformia)


r/movies 4d ago

Recommendation What is the Best Film You Watched Last Week? (01/16/22-01/23/22)


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 On Sunday 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:

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"Scream” (2022) Extension_Grade9076 "Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland” sharkbaitooaha
"The House" (2022) UruguayNoma123 “Streets of Fire” [Max_Delgado]
“The Matrix Resurrections” [Britonator] “Sleepaway Camp” Elementium
“Mass” (2021) duh_metrius "All That Jazz” [Jslk]
“Shiva Baby” WhiteT18 “Paper Moon” garden181
"Sink or Swim” (2018) viviandashcom “My Fair Lady” FrenchMaisNon
“Summer of ‘84" WhereDidThatBringU "8 1/2” [AlexMarks182]
“Hell or High Water” goosenectar "Ben-Hur” MagnificentMoose9836
“I Love You Phillip Morris" Frenchitwist “Some Like It Hot” onex7805
“The Constant Gardener MAKHULU_-_ “Late Spring” DONNIE-DANKO

r/movies 6h ago Silver

Article Timothée Chalamet: how the prince of indie grew into a multiplex star

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John Larroquette Returns 48 Years After Original ‘Texas Chain Saw Massacre’ to Narrate Netflix’s Sequel

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r/movies 2h ago

Article Nicolas Cage Declares He Is Officially ‘Goth’ After Prepping to Play Dracula

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r/movies 6h ago Helpful

Discussion Instead of remaking "The Princess Bride", why not explore the universe before it?


Occasionally I see discussions of a remake and I'm in the camp of "There's a shortage of perfect movies in this world. It would be a pity to damage this one." I did have a thought of a series that I think would work. Let's call it "Dread Pirate Roberts" which would explore the world of the ones before Westley. You have the built-in nostalgia without ruining what is viewed as a perfect movie. Thoughts?

r/movies 3h ago

Bradley Cooper Says Replacing Leonardo DiCaprio in ‘Nightmare Alley’ Exposed His Insecurities

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r/movies 5h ago

Christian Slater Joins John Cena, Alison Brie & Juan Pablo Raba In Action-Comedy ‘Freelance’

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r/movies 11h ago

News Studio Ghibli Theme Park Opening Date Announced as Nov. 1st

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New Poster for ‘The Batman’

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r/movies 6h ago Wholesome

Favorite Wes Anderson Film?


For me it's The Grand Budapest Hotel.

The visuals, while still in keeping with Anderson's usual quirky style, seemed grander in scope this time around. The scene with Gustave/Zero chasing after Jopling down the mountain and the literal cliffhanger scene that followed was particularly well done.

I also think the humor really shone through in this one more so than any of his other films, with Ralph Fiennes performance especially fun to watch throughout. Elsewhere, the dialogue felt consistently snappy, with everyone getting in some great lines.

What's your favorite Wes Anderson film and why?

r/movies 9h ago

Article M. Night Shyamalan on ‘Servant’ Season 3 and Casting Dave Bautista to Lead His Next Film

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r/movies 7h ago

Juliette Lewis, the kind of actress you know is going to deliver in anything she is in.


I don't even think Juliette Lewis was given the massive breaks she deserved because of how unconventional she looks. She can play sexy or innocent but never in a predictable way.

It sucked that Lewis' time as a leading lady in the 90s didn't last long but at least she has thrived as a character actress, even if some of the movies she starred in were shit like CONVICTION where she was superb in a small part or even in MA where she was pretty good in the generic mother role.

I'm so glad she's getting great reviews for YELLOWJACKETS. I hope the show gives her the boost STRANGER THINGS did for Winona Ryder.

Best work from her? NATURAL BORN KILLERS, I'm still miffed she didn't get a nomination for this movie.

r/movies 7h ago

Resource An aggregate list of 8 different best movies of all time lists


I was looking for some definitive lists of the best movies of all time to see what I've missed and found this master list.

The creator took 8 different top movies of all time lists, then scored the movies based on how high they appear on each list and how many lists they appear on.

Here are the lists used:

  1. Empire magazine’s “The 100 Greatest Movies”
  2. Sight and Sound magazine’s “The 100 Greatest Films of All Time”
  3. Hollywood Reporter’s “Hollywood’s 100 Favorite Films”
  4. IMDB’s “Top Rated Movies”
  5. Rotten Tomatoes' “Top 100 Movies of All Time”
  6. Time Out’s “The 100 best movies of all time”
  7. Metacritic’s “Best Movies of All Time”
  8. Letterboxd’s “Official Top 250 Narrative Feature Films”

Here is the original post: https://medium.com/along-the-road/master-list-of-the-top-100-films-of-all-time-7ef7476cb3f3

Here is a letterboxd list: https://letterboxd.com/ronanhead/list/master-list-of-the-top-100-films-of-all-time/

Here's the list in spreadsheet form: https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=79363599D925818!40693&authkey=!AFz1pBoyJHLnSEw&ithint=file%2cxlsx

And here are the films:

  1. The Godfather
  2. Psycho
  3. Citizen Kane
  4. Singin’ In The Rain
  5. Apocalypse Now
  6. Seven Samurai
  7. Rear Window
  8. Pulp Fiction
  9. 2001: A Space Odyssey
  10. Casablanca
  11. Spirited Away
  12. Vertigo
  13. Alien
  14. North by Northwest
  15. Taxi Driver
  16. Lawrence Of Arabia
  17. The Godfather Part II
  18. Goodfellas
  19. The Dark Knight
  20. Schindler’s List
  21. 12 Angry Men
  22. City Lights
  23. The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King
  24. The Shining
  25. Some Like It Hot
  26. Once Upon A Time In The West
  27. Sunset Boulevard
  28. Toy Story
  29. Bicycle Thieves
  30. M
  31. The Shawshank Redemption
  32. The Empire Strikes Back
  33. Star Wars
  34. Raiders Of The Lost Ark
  35. The Silence Of The Lambs
  36. Jaws
  37. One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest
  38. Blade Runner
  39. Fight Club
  40. The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring
  41. Modern Times
  42. It’s A Wonderful Life
  43. Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
  44. Se7en
  45. Chinatown
  46. Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind
  47. Raging Bull
  48. The Good, The Bad And The Ugly
  49. Back To The Future
  50. Persona
  51. The Passion of Joan of Arc
  52. Tokyo Story
  53. Rashomon
  54. In the Mood for Love
  55. Parasite
  56. There Will Be Blood
  57. The Matrix
  58. Forrest Gump
  59. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
  60. Andrei Rublev
  61. The Searchers
  62. Saving Private Ryan
  63. Mad Max: Fury Road
  64. The Usual Suspects
  65. All About Eve
  66. Inception
  67. Mulholland Drive
  68. The Third Man
  69. The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers
  70. Whiplash
  71. Boyhood
  72. Gladiator
  73. Touch of Evil
  74. Sansho the Bailiff
  75. The 400 Blows
  76. Pan’s Labyrinth
  77. American Beauty
  78. The Lion King
  79. Pather Panchali
  80. Grave of the Fireflies
  81. Die Hard
  82. The Maltese Falcon
  83. Metropolis
  84. The Thing
  85. Paths of Glory
  86. The Battle of Algiers
  87. WALL-E
  88. Memento
  89. Oldboy
  90. Nashville
  91. The Seventh Seal
  92. La La Land
  93. Barry Lyndon
  94. Good Will Hunting
  95. Reservoir Dogs
  96. The Wizard of Oz
  97. Moonlight
  98. Harakiri
  99. Jeanne Dielman, 23 quai du Commerce 1080 Bruxelles
  100. Gone with the Wind

r/movies 7h ago

Article ‘Jackass’ Oral History: Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O Look Back on Series

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r/movies 6h ago

Article I Wish Encanto Addressed its Themes of Power vs. Dependency

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r/movies 1d ago

New Line Moving Forward With ‘Mortal Kombat’ Sequel; ‘Moon Knight’ Scribe Jeremy Slater Scripting

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r/movies 2h ago

News Eric BANA, and Kiernan Shipka to star in Ridley Scott produced thriller Berlin Nobody

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r/movies 8h ago

The Descent (2005)


I originally saw this when it came out and really enjoyed it, especially as I went in blind to it. I rewatched it the other night and although I ultimately knew what was coming, I still really enjoyed it.

The tension of the first hour still remains tense because of the claustrophobia, and so it was still an exciting watch.

What struck me the most about it though on rewatching was that it's almost exclusively a female cast, but it doesn't fall foul of the stereotypes of the day when it comes to women. These are all strong women, both physically and mentally. In fact when it does touch on tragedy, or emotional subjects, it does so in a way that doesn't make the woman weak.

The one flaw it has that isn't that much of a flaw is character development. For most of the cast you don't really know much about them, and so don't necessarily grow that attached to them. This isn't a major problem though because really we're just vicariously watching a group of mates go spelunking, and as a result of that the movie moves quite quickly. There's barely a boring moment in the film because we're not learning everyones back story.

I've tried to write this without spoiling any of the movie for those that haven't seen it, but if you're after a tense action movie with a female cast that aren't stereotypes, I highly recommend this movie.

r/movies 5h ago

Discussion Kenneth Branaugh’s performance as Dr Arliss Lovelace in Wild Wild West is honestly one of my favorite performances of his.


Yes it’s very cartoony and cliche villain. Take away all the goofy and cringy 90s humor and you can see the vestige of a darker plot that was the original intention.

Yes it doesn’t make any sense how the character is physically still alive. But Kenneth nails it, nails the accent, and the charm and rancor the character gives off. Dude has no legs but he’s frightening. Very much a character I wish I could’ve seen more of, especially since he had a very Disney esc death. Not a terrible movie but a bit far fetched and a victim of the 90s movie humor. I’d love to see Kenneth play this character again. But we all know it would never happen lol. I often find myself watching this movie to watch Dr Lovelace.

r/movies 23h ago

Recommendation Any other films like Chef (2014), where the conflict is at the start and the rest of the film is just feel good?


Caught Chef again this week and forgot just how fun it is. After the start, where JF is fired and reveals how distant he is with his son, the rest of the film is just feel good as they bond, make great food and just bounce off each other with chemistry.

There was no conflict or drama towards the end for someone to them redeem themselves etc., it was just nice and something I'd love to watch more of.

So any suggestions would be awesome!

r/movies 28m ago

Article 'Dune,' ‘Don't Look Up, ‘tick, tick… BOOM!’ Lead 2022 PGA Awards Nominations

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r/movies 2h ago

Discussion Watching Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind after your ex dies hits different


This is my favorite movie of all time. Seen it about 10 times and every time I watch it the movie feels so different.

Watched this movie when we were together, cried at the thought of us being erased from each-others’ lives.

Watched this movie after we broke up, cried because “if only we had a second chance!!!!!” Hey, but at least we will never forget about each-other.

Watched this after he died. Man it fucking hurt. The scene in the house: “Come back and make up a goodbye at least, let's pretend we had one...” That really got me. Also the memory-erasing aspect is so real now. All of the memories we shared only exist with me now. When Clem and Joel get a second chance together, that also hurts so much. God it hits so different.

This movie is great and no matter who you are I think you’ll feel something. If your ex is dead and you want to feel like absolute shit, I recommend this movie.

r/movies 5h ago

Media Video Halle Berry talks about new film ‘Moonfall’ and reflects on Oscar win 20 years ago

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r/movies 12h ago

If you could make a biopic about any one human being, who would it be, why, and who would you cast as that person?


For me, I think we’re overdue for a big Teddy Roosevelt movie. Larger than life figure, immensely important in American history, dynamic, controversial. Scorsese was supposedly going to do one with Leo in the lead, but it got scrapped. Maybe now he’ll pick it up again with Jesse Plemons, since he’s working with Jesse on Killers of the Flower Moon.

r/movies 3h ago

Netflix stock market woe is warning to Hollywood

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