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This is a random thought. However, we the movie-watching public do not know who Jessica Chastain portrays in X-Men: Dark Phoenix, correct? She might be Lilandra, the Shi'ar Empress. However, I wonder if her mystery role is not as Dark Phoenix, Rachel Summers, or some other Jean Grey counterpart. Sophie Turner can act, but you might get a much more intense (and sometimes scary) performance from Jessica Chastain. Or, X-Men: Dark Phoenix might have a more interesting story for Jean encountering her daughter Rachel from the future--who is significantly older than Jean now.
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grelber37 updated his STATUS: 3 days ago

This is a random thought. However, we the movie-watching public do not know who Jessica Chastain portrays in X-Men: Dark Phoenix, correct? She might be Lilandra, the Shi'ar Empress. However, I wonder if her mystery role is not as Dark Phoenix, Rachel Summers, or some other Jean Grey counterpart. Sophie Turner can act, but you might get a much more intense (and sometimes scary) performance from Jessica Chastain. Or, X-Men: Dark Phoenix might have a more interesting story for Jean encountering her daughter Rachel from the future--who is significantly older than Jean now.
XSsoCX
XSsoCX at 03:21 PM Dec 13

I'm pretty certain I read on superherohype.com that Chastain will be Lilandra.

grelber37 updated his STATUS: 3 days ago

Guardians is a superhero movie out of Russia. It is great B-movie fun if one watches it like a B-movie. The viewing experience really is like watching most of the comic-book adaptations of old. G. resembles a Full Moon superhero movie such as Mandroid, Doctor Mordrid, or Dollman. The movie obviously "borrows" other properties such as Marvel's Ursa Major and Invisible Woman, DC's Geoforce, Star Wars' Clone Army, and King's Maximum Overdrive. Also, like a Captain America or Incredible Hulk TV movie, the modern effects just are not there in this film. Furthermore, like '80s Kung-Fu theater, the dubbing is off throughout G. (with some deliciously cheesy dialogue). Like '80s DTV action flicks, G. is mostly about action, violence, and spectacle--with some really soapy drama thrown in. On the violence, G. treats great violence like a kid's movie such as The Phantom-1996 might. For example, beheadings are bloodless, and burnings (alive) are non-gruesome. I enjoyed Guardians for what it is.
XSsoCX
XSsoCX at 03:22 PM Dec 13

I really want to check out "Guardians", looked like a good time in its trailer.

grelber37 created a LIST: 4 days ago

Grelber's Favorite Horrors of 2017!

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1. The Belko Experiment
2. Shin Godzilla
3. A Dark Song
4. A Cure for Wellness
5. Colossal
6. It Comes at Night
7. Frankenstein Created Bikers
8. Split
9. It
10. Dementia 13-2017
11. Better Watch Out
12. Demonic
13. The Lure
14. Alien: Covenant
15. Get Out
16. Life
17. Kong: Skull Island
18. The Lesson
19. The Black Room
20. The Creature Below
21. Need to see: Happy Death Day (an unrated version)

Based on a list by MonsterZeroNJ

Psycho-Pirate-99
Psycho-Pirate-99 at 01:48 PM Dec 12

Bitchin!

timmyd
timmyd at 01:22 AM Dec 13

great stuff .

grelber37 created a LIST: 4 days ago

Favorite Superhero Movies of 2017

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1. Logan (loved it)
2. Wonder Woman
3. Batman vs. Two-Face
4. The Lego Batman Movie
5. Justice League Dark (liked it)
6. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
7. Justice League
8. Spider-Man: Homecoming
9. Vixen: The Movie
10. Teen Titans: The Judas Contract (disliked it a bit)
11. Batman and Harley Quinn
12. Thor: Ragnarok
13. Need to see: Guardians (that Russian one resembling the Soviet Super-Soldiers)

Based on a list by Moviefreak2010

Psycho-Pirate-99
Psycho-Pirate-99 at 01:51 PM Dec 12

Not a big fan of the new Thor eh?

grelber37 updated his STATUS: 8 days ago

This post might contain SPOILERS for the current season of Agents of SHIELD. Wow, Agents of SHIELD S5 imitates Thor: Ragnarok. You have heroic prisoners kept in-line by painful implants, heroes lost in space/time, an effete blue alien in charge, gladiatorial games. And, Sinara is even a troublesome female ass-kicker such as Valkyrie.
grelber37 updated his STATUS: 10 days ago

Better Watch Out is tonight's movie. I had better watch it. Has anyone seen it? What did you think?
Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 02:56 AM Dec 07

I thought it was pretty awesome when I saw it at a festival this summer. Althought completely different than "The Babadook" for example, I feel like "Better Watch Out" is going to be a movie that either people like or dislike.

cobb
cobb at 04:40 AM Dec 07

sorry i read it as get out for some reason lol never saw better watch out

cobb
cobb at 11:51 PM Dec 11

oh wait yeh i did it was good

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grelber37 updated his STATUS: 10 days ago

I am Sam Kinison arrives at my local Family Video on December 26th. I love the Christmas season, but that film should be some appropriate post-holiday viewing, I tell ya! Has anyone seen the documentary yet? Is it any good? In 1998, there was the documentary Sam Kinison: Why Did We Laugh? One hopes that this one is as good as that one.
grelber37 updated his STATUS: 15 days ago

Agents of SHIELD returns in forty-five minutes. Does anyone have any expectations for this season?
grelber37 updated his STATUS: 24 days ago

Justice League was good entertainment this evening, and it surpasses Thor: Ragnarok in quality a bit. Granted, both films fall apart in certain places, and both have some characterization problems. However, I appreciated how Justice League had more substance, drama, and seriousness interspersed with the spectacle and action. As any comic nerd would, I loved all of the Easter eggs too. For example, I suspect that Shazam shows up in one scene in a way.
grelber37 updated his STATUS: 25 days ago

Darkest Hour does not play at a theater near me this Friday. But, that circumstance is okay. I have seen neither Justice League nor Murder on the Orient Express yet. Work has had me working twelve-hour days.
grelber37 updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Thanks to movie rewards, I got to see Thor: Ragnarok for one dollar. And, that price was about right. The film is uneven. It is part fun adventure tale and part vacuous shitfest. Wonder Woman, Spider-Man: Homecoming, certainly Logan, and even Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 all had more substance and ideas than this strongly spectacle-driven show. Often, I felt as though one watched Thor: the video game instead of any sort of cinematic art, although some action and imagery did amaze me. Often, I felt as though the film-makers had never read Mighty Thor and that the studio was simply doing a BIG re-interpretation pandering to general audiences. Although, the abundance of Easter eggs was appreciated. Often, I felt that Ragnarok got as corny as Guardians got maudlin, especially in the two scenes using "Immigrant Song". So, 5-6/10 here. I am the one living person who mildly disliked Thor 3.
Weapon X
Weapon X at 01:24 AM Nov 14

Nope, you’re definitely not alone. I enjoyed it overall, but I think it’s getting a major pass for its storytelling issues and tonal incongruity with the rest of the MCU. I give it a soft 6/10, and right now it’s sitting pretty as my least favorite MCU flick.

grelber37 updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Well, The Post remains in my future plans. What did others think of the trailer?
HTX0811
HTX0811 at 10:34 AM Nov 10

It looks interesting just because I like the cast but I have a feeling this is the kind of movie that I have to be in the right mood for as it might be very dry.

grelber37 updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

LBJ is more informative than inspiring. But, a history buff is glad to have seen it. As entertainment, the Rob Reiner-Woody Harrelson collaboration is interesting and adequate. It resembles a well-made TV movie. So, it might not be a priority viewing. I suspect that a person should watch this movie with a group of baby-boomers. They might have a lot to say about the story's events.
cobb
cobb at 08:15 PM Nov 07

ill check it out

grelber37 updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Noontime (on Halloween) is the right time for Dark Night of the Scarecrow. Everyone else has seen it and recommended it.
cobb
cobb at 05:59 PM Oct 31

i havent seen it

timmyd
timmyd at 07:19 PM Oct 31

very cool film for a made-for-television effort .

goNADSgo69
goNADSgo69 at 05:13 AM Nov 06

I liked it. I didn't love it, but it was a good television horror film.

grelber37 updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Hey, FX is airing Paranormal Activity at 7:00 this morning. Just in case you need something to put you back to bed. :P Sorry, I just like bashing the Paranormal _Activity_ movies in which nothing happens. There are better slow-burners out there.
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