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So men are pissed that Alamo Drafthouse is holding all-female screenings of Wonder Woman. Well I'm glad that there aren't enough problems in the world that men every where feel alienated over something like this.
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Frosty_86 updated his STATUS: about 10 hours ago

So men are pissed that Alamo Drafthouse is holding all-female screenings of Wonder Woman. Well I'm glad that there aren't enough problems in the world that men every where feel alienated over something like this.
OldKingClancy at 08:14 PM May 26

People will always be pissed that they're not invited to the party. Then when you do invite everyone to the party people will be pissed that it's too crowded and Chad's hogging all the cocktail sausages.

timmyd at 08:22 PM May 26

real world problems .Jesus .

grelber37 at 09:16 PM May 26

I can see both sides in the controversy.

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Frosty_86 updated his STATUS: 3 days ago

I've watched Logan twice now since I bought it. I definitely think they went the right way with the villain. I think if it had been the other person people said it should have been it would have felt forced. It carries around a perpetual theme that has been around since the X-Men movies have come out, hell it's a center theme in the X-Men and Wolverine comics. It also works when you think about Shane being one of the major influences of the movie. When I watched Shane I thought of Palance as the anti-Shane, same skills but void of conscience. Plus, I don't think Logan should have connected itself with a Origins. For multiple reasons.
grelber37 at 07:13 PM May 24

Logan is a superhero worthy of analysis. It is not just mostly stylistic and spectacular entertainment such as we typically get throughout summer (e.g. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Alien: Covenant, Spider-Man: Homecoming-- by appearances).

Frosty_86 updated his STATUS: 4 days ago

It's a terrible thing about Zack Snyder's daughter. What's even worse though is that assholes are taking it as an opportunity to knock his DCEU movies. I get that they're trolls just trying to stir the shit and get people worked up. These are probably pathetic little bastards living in their basements with nothing else to do, it still doesn't make them any less prickish.
HAIL_TO_THE_KING at 11:44 AM May 23

assholes who would never dare say it to someone's face for fear of having their teeth knocked out online tough guys

timmyd at 08:59 PM May 23

sometimes I hate people.

Frosty_86 at 03:44 PM May 24

Lol, I say that at least once a day timmyd!

Frosty_86 posted a BLOG item 8 days ago

2017 Movie Journal- #7

Letters From Iwo Jima- First viewing. It took me alot longer to see Clint Eastwood's companion piece to Flags of Fathers than it probably should have. Part of it was not being crazy about the first film, I thought it was okay but nowhere I felt something was missing. After seeing Letters I definitely want to go back and watch Flags again. Letters offered a lot, if one complaint I did felt the third act dragged a little. It is a very heartfelt movie that offers thoughts on notions of heroism in across cultures. 8/10

The Accountant- First viewing. This Ben Affleck thriller was an intense little ride. There are some narrative problems though, the biggest comes to that it feels like this was set up to be an origin story to a possible series. I think the franchise potential is there, Affleck's performance as Christian I think warrants some more exploration. 7/10

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance- First viewing. After watching five movies quite recently with John Wayne (this, Rio Bravo, El Dorado, Sons of Katie Elder, and Stagecoach) I can safely say my opinion of him as actor/star has not changed much. That being said I did like this movie but it was because of James Stewart and Lee Marvin. This movie does present some very interesting moral choices that was quite different for the era. 8/10

Live By Night- First viewing. This Ben Affleck prohibition movie was only okay. There's nothing horribly wrong about this movie but there's nothing very masterful about it either (especially since Affleck as had three major successes behind the camera). I think the issues at the end of the day was the shooting script covered too much time. It reeks of studio interference/impatience. 6/10

Hacksaw Ridge- First viewing. Mel Gibson's overdue return to the director's seat honestly fell flat for me. It had all the makings of a good war movie with a true story that demanded to be told. My biggest issues with this movie are not the extraordinary acts (which apparently were toned down for the movie) of heroism from Desmond Doss, is that it is incredibly cliche-ridden. Complete with a character saying "You're not in Kansas anymore." The combat sequences are brutal at times but there are some very bad shots of CG blood, it kind of took me out of the scenes. I realize I like a lot of movies with CG blood squirts, it just the impact here with it being a serious movie. Andrew Garfield gives a good performance, him and Teresa Palmer probably fair the best in the entire movie. They make an excellent on screen couple. Every other character seems to exist to say some cheesy line we've heard a million times in other movies, they're much cardboard cutouts from other movies. 5/10

Kagemusha- First viewing. Before this movie I had seen five Akira Kurosawa films and I fucking loved all five. After watching this movie unfortunately I am five for six. It is never as compelling or gripping as any of Kurosawa's other movies I have seen. Dare I say I was quite bored for the 2.5 hour plus film. It could be the movie has not aged as well as his earlier films, I don't know what exactly it is but I just simply did not like this movie. 4/10

I Don't Feel At Home In the World Anymore- First viewing. This Netflix original dark-comedy stars the highly underrated Melanie Lynskey as a woman who just wants people to quit being such dicks to one another. She falls down a rabbit hole of petty criminals after her house is robbed that features some very funny and violent events. 8/10

Moana- First viewing. The predictability of the movie itself does not ruin the journey taken through this movie. It helps that it has a main character that has a tremendous amount of depth and a side-kick who is a hero in his right and actually serves the story, not just there for comedic relief. The music and celebration of Samoan culture makes the movie well worth seeing. 9/10

Lone Star- First viewing. This mystery drama does an excellent job of sitting the audience in to a small town in Texas. There are a few times where the movie hits some slow points but nothing too detrimental for the type of story told. It boosts a great ensemble. 8/10

Mood: Angry

Frosty_86 updated his STATUS: 9 days ago

Man, I'm really fucking bummed about Chris Cornell. One of my favorite frontman /singers of all-time. RIP
timmyd at 08:30 PM May 18

me too.

Frosty_86 updated his STATUS: 10 days ago

I just got finished with Live By Night. It is by far Affleck's weakest movie he has directed. I liked it but it was far from the greatness of his first three directed movies. The movie does have a problem with feeling episodic, which I feel like had the studio not rushed it this problem could have been ironed out. One of the issues I had with the book was the ending felt tacked on. I kind of always thought Lehane didn't know how to end this story so he put that on there since he always makes sure loose ends are tied up. This makes the ending of the movie have that tacked on feeling. That being said it is more of action movie than The Town and Affleck stages it all very well. The acting in it is very strong, I didn't sit there I think "oh this character should have been played by someone else." There is a lot of wasted opportunity here. 6/10
grelber37 at 08:24 PM May 17

Yeah, Live by Night is no masterpiece, but it is very watchable. Your comments seem to indicate such.

Frosty_86 posted a BLOG item 17 days ago

2017 Movie Journal- #6

El Dorado- First viewing. I'm trying to give more John Wayne movies a shot, but I'm still limiting it to movies that have another actor in them that I like. This one of course having James Caan and Robert Mitchum, in two excellent performances. People always go on about the similarities of this and the earlier Rio Bravo. I highly enjoyed both movies, I actually may give the upper hand to this movie. 8/10

The Sons of Katie Elder- First viewing. Another classic that influenced a modern movie, this time around Four Brothers. I highly enjoyed the chemistry of the four brothers in this movie. It ends on a much more down beat note than what many movies of the era would end on. 8/10

Escape From LA- Re-watch. The first time I saw this movie I fucking hated it. It probably had to do with I was like 10 when it came out, I had not seen the original. Some things just went over my head. Carpenter created a fun sci-fi satire with this movie, it may not be as fun as the Escape From New York but it was still enjoyable. Carpenter himself actually said it was a more sophisticated film than the original. I don't know about that but Kurt Russell seems to have fun here. The CG is absolute shit, it does share quite a few similarities between New York but it still is a lot more enjoyable than its reputation leads one to believe. 7/10

The Hollow Point- First viewing. I'm always combing through Netflix and Prime Video to find a gem especially action thriller gems that tend to be intense little films and pack a big punch. This movie ain't one of those. Sure it's violent but the direction of it is absolute shit, there's a lot of shaky-cam and weird editing. There's also some odd jumps in the film and a conclusion that is sloppy. Its a damn shame because I love Patrick Wilson and Iam McShane. This movie is pure amatuer hour. 2/10

The Big Short- First viewing. This will probably go down as one of the most important movies of this generation, and probably the movie that should have won best picture over Spotlight. It profiles one of the most significant events of the modern era, the housing bubble burst and the Great Recession which not only affected America but the entire world economy. At times it is a very funny movie, taking a somewhat satirical approach and other times a more straight forward approach. Somehow Adam McKay balances the deadpan humor and the seriousness of the subject extremely well. It features actors who can very funny and very serious, I think the MVP of the movie is Steve Carrell. 10/10

Spotlight- First viewing. The other movie of 2015 that will probably go down as one of the important most movies of the era. It won Best Picture but somehow seemed a little more forgettable than the Big Short. I don't if it is because of the subject matter or the pacing but Spotlight is certainly a less enjoyable movie than The Big Short. Not to say Spotlight is not a good movie, point in fact it is pretty great. The cast is filled with actors who I feel are highly underrated and I absolutely love. I probably won't have very many repeated viewings of the movie so it for me it does loose points on the lack of re-watch factor. 7/10

Mood: Angry

grelber37 at 08:19 PM May 10

The Big Short is informative and entertaining, and it has a lot to say.

Frosty_86 updated his STATUS: 17 days ago

RIP in Michael Parks- you gave us so many great memories.
Frosty_86 updated his STATUS: 18 days ago

R-rated Hellboy, fuck yea. I'm a little disappointed that Ron Pearlman won't return but I think David Harbour is a great choice to step in those shoes. I'm also disappointed that del Toro isn't returning but Neil Marshal can deliver the blood and guts. Also del Toro is really bad about being one of those guys that will talk about project and it never come to be or he'll be attached and then just drop the project. This is a reboot I can get behind.
Frosty_86 updated his STATUS: 20 days ago

I loved the hell out of Guardians 2. It didn't really have the pleasant surprise element of the first movie (did we really expect that) but I think it does what sequels are supposed to do, give a logical continuation to the characters. I highly dug the soundtrack, it had fewer songs that I'm familiar with so I think I appreciated even more for that. I loved the blink and you'd miss it cameo from Earth in the finale. I loved pretty much every moment with scenery chewing Kurt Russell. I loved who some of the other Ravanger captains are, a pair of great cameos there. I thought it was great time, I can understand why it hasn't been as well-received due to lack of surprise factor but I still think it's one of the better MCU films. It is a sheer blast.
Frosty_86 at 10:57 AM May 07

I will say I think Yondu was the MVP of the movie, Michael Rooker did great work.

LelekPL at 12:48 PM May 07

^ that I agree with. Him and Baby Groot

Frosty_86 updated his STATUS: 24 days ago

I'm not entirely sure what to make of The Dark Tower trailer. There was some good and there was some bad. I know that it was supposed to be a sequel to the novel series and I liked that it does seem to have elements from the first three books. I liked the Gunslinger's creed and Roland's speedloading. I like the look of Roland and the Man in Black. I'm not crazy about the overall look and color palette, gives it too much of typical blockbuster look. I don't like how the trailer pretty much laid out a storyline exactly the same as any other young adult fantasy or science fiction movie/novel that has come out lately.
Frosty_86 updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

It really drives me goddamn nuts when a streaming service has a sequel available but never have had the original available.
Frosty_86 updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Just found out that Tom Cruise was originally considered for Ben Wade in James Mangold's 3:10 to Yuma. That would have sucked, Crowe owned that part. I do have have to say it's quite funny Crowe and Cruise are in The Mummy, which I have no desire to see.
grelber37 at 06:49 PM Apr 21

Yeah, Crowe was great in the part. And, Tom Cruise is a great actor; however, he would not have fit the part as well as Russell Crowe did.

Frosty_86 updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

The Last Jedi trailer= Fucking awesome!
JohnLocke2342 at 09:30 PM Apr 14


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