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Apparently Zack Snyder proposed a post credits scene idea for Man of Steel. It was going to show a crate of kryptonite being delivered to Bruce Wayne's house. But the studio still hadn't decided whether or not they were going to do a versus film as a follow up. They also didn't want to look like they were imitating Marvel. Still, would have been really cool.
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Scotch posted a BLOG item 5 months ago

Vintage Movie Theater Etiquette Posters

courtesy of The Chive

Mood: Chillin'
cerealkiller182 at 12:20 PM Jan 23

very vintage.

Slick Nick
Slick Nick at 02:06 AM Jan 24


Glinda at 01:07 PM Jan 24

These are cool! I love the hats ones. Especially the one with the guy on the ladder.

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Scotch posted a BLOG item 5 months ago

The More I See of Sienna Miller, The Better

Louise Ferrier in 'Hippie Hippie Shake' (2001)

Sharon in 'South Kensington' (2001)

Savannah in 'High Speed' (2002)

Tammy in 'Layer Cake' (2004)

Nikki in 'Alfie' (2004)

Francesca in 'Casanova' (2005)

Edie Sedgwick in 'Factory Girl' (2006)

Katya in 'Interview' (2007)

Victoria in 'Stardust' (2007)

Jane Bellwether in 'The Mysteries of Pittsburgh' (2008)

Camille Foster in 'Camille' (2008)

Caitlin Thomas in 'The Edge of Love' (2008)

Ana/Baroness in 'G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra' (2009)

Diana in 'Two Jacks' (2012)

Xanne in 'Yellow' (2012)

Marilyn in 'Just Like a Woman' (2012)

Sarah in 'A Case of You' (2013)

Nancy Schultz in 'Foxcatcher' (2014)

Taya in 'American Sniper' (2014)

....Really looking forward to seeing her in 'Live by Night' as well

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: Actress
Joe Scorpio
Joe Scorpio at 05:29 PM Jan 22

One of the very few good things about that G.I.JOE movie. Saw her last weekend in AMERICAN SNIPER and she was great!

timmyd at 08:52 PM Jan 22

Outstanding in AMERICAN SNIPER . Always love seeing me some Sienna.

Glinda at 01:25 PM Jan 24

She's so beautiful and great in everything. Loved her in American Sniper especially.

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Scotch posted a BLOG item 6 months ago

Josh Brolin Has Been a Good Actor For a Long Time

Brand in the 'The Goonies' (1985)

Corey Webster in 'Thrashin'' (1986)

Tom in 'The Road Killers' (1994)

Agent Tony Kent in 'Flirting With Disaster' (1996)

James Gallman in 'Nightwatch' (1997)

Josh in 'Mimic' (1997)

Billy in 'The Mod Squad' (1999)

Bryce in 'Best Laid Plans' (1999)

Matthew Kensington in 'Hollow Man' (2000)

Duster in 'Slow Burn' (2000)

Dave Lockhart in 'Coastlines' (2002)

Greg Earlinger in 'Melinda and Melinda' (2004)

Bates in 'Into the Blue' (2005)

Tarlow in 'The Dead Girl' (2006)

Block in 'Planet Terror' (2007)

Llewelyn Moss in 'No Country For Old Men' (2007)

Chief Buchwald in 'In the Valley of Elah' (2007)

Detective Trupo in 'American Gangster' (2007)

George W. Bush in 'W.' (2008)

Dan White in 'Milk' (2008)

Nick Chapel in 'Women in Trouble' (2009)

Bretton James in 'Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps' (2010)

Roy in 'You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger' (2010)

Jonah Hex in 'Jonah Hex' (2010)

Tom Chaney in 'True Grit' (2010)

Young Agent K in 'Men in Black 3' (2012)

Sgt. John O'Mara in 'Gangster Squad' (2013)

Frank in 'Labor Day' (2013)

Joe Doucett in 'Oldboy' (2013)

Dwight in 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' (2014)

Lt. Det. Christian F. "Bigfoot" Bjornsen in 'Inherent Vice' (2014)

Beck Weathers in 'Everest' (2015)

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: actor
MrsData at 02:39 PM Jan 20

Goonies forever and he's also a fun interview too.

JohnnyPHreak at 04:27 PM Jan 20

If he's in a movie it always peeks my interest. Seriously talented.

sLaShEr84 at 06:21 PM Jan 20

Yep he's a good actor.

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Scotch posted a BLOG item 6 months ago

Tonight's Feature Film

The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)

The name of the game, moving the money from the client's pocket to your pocket.

Mood: Chillin'
Dodong27 at 12:01 PM Jan 20

@Cochise.. that was such a great scene, nothing fancy just straight up boom!

Cochise at 12:05 PM Jan 20

actually Invidtus may be changing my mine, #comesmokecrackwithmebro might have been even better =p

Glinda at 02:30 PM Jan 20

Great movie!

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Scotch posted a BLOG item 6 months ago


Revisiting this one...

Oculus (2013)

"I've met my demons and they are many. I've seen the devil, and he is me."

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: #nw
XSsoCX at 08:05 PM Jan 19

Good flick.

Dr Jan-itor
Dr Jan-itor at 11:36 AM Jan 20

Looks good and scary!

Glinda at 02:46 PM Jan 20

I loved this one!

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Scotch posted a BLOG item 6 months ago

I'm a Melissa George Fan, How 'Bout You?

May in 'Dark City' (1998)

Jenny Wilson in 'The Limey' (1999)

Cleo Miller in 'Sugar & Spice' (2001)

Camilla Rhodes in 'Mulholland Drive' (2001)

Amanda in 'New Port South' (2001)

Elkie in 'Down with Love' (2003)

Kathy Lutz in 'The Amityville Horror' (2005)

Deanna Schine in 'Derailed' (2005)

Pru in 'Turistas' (2006)

Christine in 'Music Within' (2007)

Helen Wescott in 'The Killing Gene' (2007)

Stella Oleson in '30 Days of Night' (2007)

Jamie in 'The Betrayed' (2008)

Jess in 'Triangle' (2009)

Alison in 'A Lonely Place to Die' (2011)

Janet in 'Swinging with the Finkels' (2011)

Sharyl in 'Between Us' (2012)

Julie Toohey in 'Felony' (2013)

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: Actress
Anakin at 06:52 AM Jan 19

She's really good

JohnLocke2342 at 10:25 AM Jan 19

Aye, really like her

sLaShEr84 at 02:39 PM Jan 19

I always remember her from the movie Triangle.

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Scotch posted a BLOG item 6 months ago

Michael Bay vs Michael Mann...Who Ya Got?

Michael Bay is a pretty polarizing director, while Mann seems to be consistently inconsistent. While Bay is all about the terrible dialogue and impressive green screen, Mann has the ability to make great films quickly followed by very average films. They each have 11 major motion films we can break down in one-on-one matchups. So in the battle of the Michael's, which one is the superior director?

Bad Boys (1995)


Thief (1981)

Winner: Bad Boys

Thief is actually a really good, somewhat unknown film. James Caan was a fantastic actor in the '70s and '80s. The reason Bad Boys wins this round for me is the nostalgic feeling it brings. I was just a kid when Bad Boys came out and along with Die Hard, this film was the gold standard of action films for any little boy running around his parents house with a toy gun killing imaginary bad guys. Bad Boys also holds up really well and is easily one of Bay's best films.

The Rock (1996)


The Keep (1983)

Winner: The Rock

Bay started off really strong with Bad Boys and kept the momentum going with The Rock. Nicolas Cage dominated the '90s with some of the best action films of the decade. Plus, Sean Connery had some epic lines in a Michael Bay film! That's gotta account for something!

Armageddon (1998)


Manhunter (1986)

Winner: Armageddon

Three in a row for Bay, yeah I know. The science behind this movie is about as accurate as Adam Sandler's take on actresses who should play his movie wife. Manhunter is also a great, yet lesser known film in the Hannibal series that more people should see. Once again, nostalgia takes over and Armageddon wins this one for me.

Pearl Harbor (2001)


The Last of the Mohicans (1992)

Winner: The Last of the Mohicans

Pearl Harbor was way too long of a movie. It also tried to make one of America's most tragic moments into a love story. While that might have worked for Titanic, it did not work when Bay was behind the cameras. I remember my 7th grade teacher showing us The Last of the Mohicans in class. We had to sign a consent form. It was awesome. It was also my introduction to Daniel Day Lewis and even at a young age I was mesmerized by his talent.

Bad Boys II (2003)


Heat (1995)

Winner: Heat

This one was tough for me. Five years ago I would have gone with Bad Boys II. It's a great action flick with little attention required. Despite the seven year hiatus, Smith and Lawrence don't miss a beat. However, the more times I see Heat, the more I appreciate it. Especially now after seeing the majority of both De Niro's and Pacino's catalogs, it's so fascinating watching them go head-to-head in this movie. Also, the ensemble cast is second to none. Damn, I need to revisit this one soon.

The Island (2005)


The Insider (1999)

Winner: The Insider

In my opinion this the weakest collective matchup between these two directors. Neither of these films are real home runs. Despite Scarlett Johansson's wicked hotness, I have to go with The Insider. Crowe and Pacino gave solid performances in an otherwise forgettable film.

Transformers (2007)


Ali (2001)

Winner: Transformers

The first Transformers film exceeded expectations. Even though Optimus Prime's acting was better than Shia's and Fox's, it's still a really fun movie. It's a mindless movie at its core, but the fact that I can see some of my favorite childhood cartoons come to the big screen as an adult really made this one special for me. As far as Ali is concerned, I grew up in Louisville which is Cassius Clay's hometown. The moment you take any interest in sports in that town, you learn two things: Kentucky Basketball and Muhammad Ali. He's the greatest of all time and given all of the different directions Mann could have gone with his biopic of The Champ, I just didn't agree with his overall decision.

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009)


Collateral (2004)

Winner: Collateral

The follow up Transformers film was...not that great. Isabel Lucas' decepticon character was...not good. And Leo was an idiot. Collateral was...really good! Tom Cruise rarely comes at us as the bad guy but he nailed it in Collateral. Foxx and Smith also had great performances in one of Mann's best films and probably the best crime thriller of 2004.

Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011)


Miami Vice (2006)

Winner: Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Yeah, these are two bad movies. No way around it. I chose Dark of the Moon because overall it was the lesser disappointment. Colin Farrell still hadn't revealed how inconsistent he was and Foxx was still riding the Ray/Collateral hype train. With Dark of the Moon, we (at least I) knew what to expect. No depth, no character development. Just giant alien robots battling on U.S. soil. And for some reason Shia LaBeouf is the key. He also continued to get girls way out of his league. So props to him.

Pain & Gain (2013)


Public Enemies (2009)

Winner: Public Enemies

So I checked, and Public Enemies was Johnny Depp's last good lead role in a live action film. (Rango and 21 Jump Street were awesome). He did a fantastic job as John Dillinger. I do think my take on Public Enemies is probably in the minority, but I thought it was a damn good gangster movie. I didn't necessarily find Pain & Gain offensive like some people did, but I thought it was really bad. How could you go wrong with Wahlberg, The Rock and Anthony Mackie? Michael Bay showed us how.

Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014)


Blackhat (2015)

Winner: ?

I have not seen either of these films yet. But my gut is telling me that Blackhat would win. Just a hunch...


As of right now I have these directors tied, given the fact that I haven't seen either of their most recent contributions. Bay dominated the early work while Mann continued to outgrow Bay's diminishing work. But that's just me. What do you Schmoes think? Who is the superior director and which films do you prefer?

Mood: Chillin'
timmyd at 08:09 PM Jan 16

Mann . without question.

OldKingClancy at 08:24 PM Jan 16

Mann with no hesitation. Bay has his moments (The Rock being his best work) and if you want a dumb action movie he's your guy. But Mann blows him out of the water by making better and smarter action films.

Fuck Heat and Collateral alone win this entire contest alone.

Slick Nick
Slick Nick at 08:32 PM Jan 16

While I might not like every single Mann movie, he is way better than me Bay has fucked up a few movies, Transformers was good than went bad quickly and I am still kind of upset about the Ninja Turtles.

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Scotch posted a BLOG item 6 months ago

Tonight's Feature Film

Gone Girl (2014)

"Come home, Amy. I dare you."

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: TFF
YoshioKun13 at 09:16 PM Jan 15

He didn't kill his wife.

Or.....did he?

Invidtus at 09:51 PM Jan 15

finished it a few hours ago-

JohnnyPHreak at 07:25 AM Jan 16

Loved loved loved this film. Fincher for me can do no wrong.

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Scotch posted a BLOG item 6 months ago

Tonight's Feature Film

Shutter Island (2010)

"I'm sorry, Honey. I love this thing because you gave it to me. But the truth is... it is one fuckin' ugly tie."

Mood: Chillin'
XSsoCX at 12:27 AM Jan 15

Oh how I adore this movie.

Dr Jan-itor
Dr Jan-itor at 12:19 PM Jan 15

Need to watch this again!

Glinda at 12:56 PM Jan 15

One of my all-time favorite movies.

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Scotch posted a BLOG item 6 months ago

Possibly the Illest MoFo in Hollywood Right Now....Michael Keaton

Sailor in 'Rabbit Test' (1978)

Bill Blazejowski in 'Night Shift' (1982)

Jack in 'Mr. Mom' (1983)

Johnny Kelly in 'Johnny Dangerously' (1984)

Hunt Stevenson in 'Gung Ho' (1986)

Bobby Barbato in 'Touch and Go' (1986)

Harry Berg in 'The Squeeze' (1987)

Betelgeuse in 'Beetlejuice' (1988)

Daryl Poynter in 'Clean and Sober' (1988)

Billy Caufield in 'The Dream Team' (1989)

Bruce Wayne in 'Batman' (1989)

Carter Hayes in 'Pacific Heights' (1990)

Artie Lewis in 'One Good Cop' (1991)

Bruce Wayne in 'Batman Returns' (1992)

Dogberry in 'Much Ado About Nothing' (1993)

Bob Jones in 'My Life' (1993)

Henry Hackett in 'The Paper' (1994)

Kevin Vallick in 'Speechless' (1994)

Doug Kinney in 'Multiplicity' (1996)

Ray Nicolette in 'Jackie Brown' (1997)

Peter McCabe in 'Desperate Measures' (1998)

Jack Frost in 'Jack Frost' (1998)

Peter Cameron in 'A Shot at Glory' (2000)

Martin Raikes in 'Quicksand' (2003)

President Mackenzie in 'First Daughter' (2004)

Nicky Rogan in 'Game 6' (2005)

Jonathan Rivers in 'White Noise' (2005)

Ray Peyton Sr. in 'Herbie Fully Loaded' (2005)

Ted Riker in 'The Last Time' (2006)

Frank Logan in 'The Merry Gentleman' (2008)

Walter Malby in 'Post Grad' (2009)

Ken in 'Toy Story 3' (2010)

Captain Gene Mauch in 'The Other Guys' (2010)

Hollander in 'Penthouse North' (2013)

Raymond Sellars in 'RoboCop' (2014)

Monarch in 'Need for Speed' (2014)

Riggan in 'Birdman' (2014)

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: actor
RetroMovieCritic at 09:56 PM Jan 14

He has definitely started his comeback...

Mr.Blizzo at 03:45 AM Jan 15

Love the Keaton.

Glinda at 01:00 PM Jan 15

Love him. I think I'll put Night Shift in today.

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Scotch posted a BLOG item 6 months ago

Do You Like Abbie Cornish?

Mickey Norris in 'The Monkey's Mask' (2000)

Becky Wodinski in 'Horseplay' (2003)

Emma Matisse in 'One Perfect Day' (2004)

Heidi in 'Somersault' (2004)

Candy in 'Candy' (2006)

Christie Roberts in 'A Good Year' (2006)

Bess Throckmorton in 'Elizabeth: The Golden Age' (2007)

Michelle in 'Stop-Loss' (2008)

Fanny Brawne in 'Bright Star' (2009)

Lindy in 'Limitless' (2011)

Sweet Pea in 'Sucker Punch' (2011)

Wally Winthrop in 'W.E.' (2011)

Ashley in 'The Girl' (2012)

Kaya in 'Seven Psychopaths' (2012)

Clara Murphy in 'RoboCop' (2014)

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: Actress
Glinda at 06:16 PM Jan 13

I've seen four of these movies and loved her in all of them.

JohnLocke2342 at 06:18 PM Jan 13

I fucking adore her dude, she's incredible

timmyd at 08:50 PM Jan 13

Haven't seen a whole lot of her stuff , but I've dug what I've seen.

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Scotch posted a BLOG item 6 months ago

Do You Think David Dobkin Makes Good Films?

Clay Pigeons (1998)

Shanghai Knights (2003)

Wedding Crashers (2005)

Fred Claus (2007)

The Change-Up (2011)

The Judge (2014)

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: Director
aturn4theworst at 07:33 PM Jan 12

I like 'Wedding Crashers' and 'Fred Claus'. 33% of the time he makes good movies, lol.

timmyd at 07:37 PM Jan 12

liked Wedding Crashers and Clay Pigeons .

Slick Nick
Slick Nick at 08:01 PM Jan 12

I like most of his movies, but he sorta dropped the ball on Shanghai Knights

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Scotch posted a BLOG item 6 months ago

Late Night Flick

Black Swan (2010)

"That was me seducing you. It needs to be the other way around."

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: TFF
oscarxp25 at 08:37 AM Jan 12

I have to revisit this one. I loved this film. The imagery and cinematography were great

Dr Jan-itor
Dr Jan-itor at 12:08 PM Jan 12

Not seen that movie.

Scotch posted a BLOG item 6 months ago

David Lynch...I'm Not Really a Fan But What Do You Schmoes Think?

Eraserhead (1977)

The Elephant Man (1980)

Dune (1984)

Blue Velvet (1986)

Wild at Heart (1990)

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (1992)

Lost Highway (1997)

The Straight Story (1999)

Mulholland Drive (2001)

Inland Empire (2006)

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: Director
Anakin at 05:37 AM Jan 12

One of the most original and constantly great directors working today. We're so lucky to have him.

Glinda at 05:09 PM Jan 12

I'm a fan and love all of his work except Dune. Wild at Heart and Mullholland Drive are my favorites. Blue Velvet next.

timmyd at 07:59 PM Jan 12

HUGE fan.

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Scotch posted a BLOG item 6 months ago

Tonight's Feature Film

The Ring (2002)

"What about the person we show it to? What happens to them?"

Mood: Chillin'
Tags: TFF, Horror
TheChanges23 at 10:29 PM Jan 11

Before you die, you see....

Everything about this film was done so well. I love it!

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 01:40 AM Jan 12

Great remake!

oscarxp25 at 08:46 AM Jan 12

the last film that legit gave me the creeps. Not many films do that.

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