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Sept 2019 - upcoming movies



Some interesting stuff coming out soon
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post a trailer/synopsis/proposed upcoming movie notice, and feel free to create a specific thread detailing it, if you're creative enough.

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the Joker: https://prince.org/msg/100/460618

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The Rise of Skywalker: https://prince.org/msg/100/460580

Matrix 4: https://prince.org/msg/100/460528

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Reply #1 posted 08/31/19 11:54am

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Rambo: Last Blood is the movie I'm most looking forward to this year.
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For 65 years straight, the #1 genre in music, selling wise, was rock n' roll worldwide. Last year (2017) in June, it got de-crowned by hip hop. Hip hop is the #1 genre. It's hip hop - rock - country - pop or pop - country. ~ Pras
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Reply #3 posted 08/31/19 9:04pm

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I don't want to get eaten alive
'cause you're so dangerous
No more hearts I can trust, you see
I don't want to get eaten alive
To be eaten alive
Eaten alive
I don't ever want to be
Eaten alive
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Reply #4 posted 09/01/19 9:20am

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That's a good movie btw

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#IDEFINEME #ALBUMSSTILLMATTER

A Liar Shall Not Tarry In My Presence
I will make you cyber shit in your pants!
What's the matter with your life
Is poverty bringing U down?
Is the mailman jerking U 'round?
Did he put your million dollar check
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'It: Chapter Two' - September 6

The Losers Club returns 27 years later to defeat the evil shape-shifting clown, Pennywise. Jessica Chastain and Bill Hader star in the terrifying sequel to the 2017 global box office hit.

https://www.empireonline.com/movies/reviews/it-chapter-two/

Movies:

It: Chapter Two

Actors:

James McAvoyJessica ChastainBill HaderBill SkarsgardIsaiah MustafaJames RansoneJaeden LieberherJack Dylan GrazerFinn WolfhardAndy Muschietti

In 2016, 27 years after terrorising the town of Derry, big-headed clown Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård) is back, a bodycount rising in his wake. Having researched the monster's history, Mike Hanlon (Isaiah Mustafa) tracks down the estranged members 
of The Losers' Club, getting them to make good on their promise to fight once more.

Movies:

It: Chapter Two

Actors:

James McAvoyJessica ChastainBill HaderBill SkarsgardIsaiah MustafaJames RansoneJaeden LieberherJack Dylan GrazerFinn WolfhardAndy Muschietti

In 2016, 27 years after terrorising the town of Derry, big-headed clown Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård) is back, a bodycount rising in his wake. Having researched the monster's history, Mike Hanlon (Isaiah Mustafa) tracks down the estranged members 
of The Losers' Club, getting them to make good on their promise to fight once more.

By Alex Godfrey | Posted 20 hours ago

Release Date:

05 Sep 2019

It Chapter One, or whatever we must call it since it made enough millions to birth a chapter two, had its crutches. This was an adaptation of (half of) a beloved book, following in the footsteps of a so-so yet affectionately remembered TV movie, leaning heavily into the never-ending wave of 1980s nostalgia. It all seemed a little safe, never completely its own entity.

Yet it overcame this. As Amblin-lite as it was, It starred a winning cast of kids and went to town with classic Stephen King explorations of domestic trauma. And while never totally terrifying, it boasted a boogeyman for the ages, Bill Skarsgård wearing Pennywise like a second skin. A horror with heart, It stormed the cinema gates, and the novel's second timeline, featuring the Losers grown up and back on the clown-conquering beat, was aggressively greenlit. And now, director Andy Muschietti's shackles are off.

It Chapter Two is all about crutches. A quick recap of the first film's epilogue is followed by some voiceover from the adult Mike (Mustafa). "Sometimes, we are what we wish we could forget," he says. Mike has remained in Derry, but in the 27 years since, the rest of the Losers have split, none of them in touch with each other, all having moved on. In some ways, at least.

The adult Losers get great intros, Muschietti and screenwriter Gary Dauberman presenting distinct personalities in precise sequences: having been out of contact for three decades, Mike, obsessed with events throughout, telephones them all with grim news from Derry, resulting in puking, car-crashing and all-round panic. From Bill Hader's Richie, now professionally wisecracking on comedy stages, to Jessica Chastain's Beverly, still sadly suffering abuse, to James McAvoy's sensitive screenwriter Bill, the success of every re-casting is immediately apparent — all of these characters feel instantly lived-in, vibrant, authentic human beings who you buy from the off...

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I will make you cyber shit in your pants!
What's the matter with your life
Is poverty bringing U down?
Is the mailman jerking U 'round?
Did he put your million dollar check
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Reply #7 posted 09/04/19 5:54pm

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For 65 years straight, the #1 genre in music, selling wise, was rock n' roll worldwide. Last year (2017) in June, it got de-crowned by hip hop. Hip hop is the #1 genre. It's hip hop - rock - country - pop or pop - country. ~ Pras
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#IDEFINEME #ALBUMSSTILLMATTER

A Liar Shall Not Tarry In My Presence
I will make you cyber shit in your pants!
What's the matter with your life
Is poverty bringing U down?
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Reply #9 posted 09/04/19 7:28pm

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OldFriends4Sale said:

Are these all movie you want to see?

The one I'm most interested in is Dolemite Is My Name. One of my favorite movies is Disco Godfather and I have relatives who had Rudy Ray Moore party records. I'm not into standup comedy but I remember the album covers. lol I don't have Netflix or cable/satellite but the Dolemite biopic is supposed to be playing at selected theaters, so it might be at one near me. Also, Eddie Murphy hasn't had a movie out since Mr. Church a few years ago. I hear that Coming 2 America is filming now because I saw a recent interview with Louie Anderson who said he filmed his part in the movie. I wonder if he's still working at McDowell's all this time. razz Or is it going to be like Blues Brothers 2000 in which Aretha Franklin owned a car dealership instead of working at the diner?

For 65 years straight, the #1 genre in music, selling wise, was rock n' roll worldwide. Last year (2017) in June, it got de-crowned by hip hop. Hip hop is the #1 genre. It's hip hop - rock - country - pop or pop - country. ~ Pras
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MickyDolenz said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

Are these all movie you want to see?

The one I'm most interested in is Dolemite Is My Name. One of my favorite movies is Disco Godfather and I have relatives who had Rudy Ray Moore party records. I'm not into standup comedy but I remember the album covers. lol I don't have Netflix or cable/satellite but the Dolemite biopic is supposed to be playing at selected theaters, so it might be at one near me. Also, Eddie Murphy hasn't had a movie out since Mr. Church a few years ago. I hear that Coming 2 America is filming now because I saw a recent interview with Louie Anderson who said he filmed his part in the movie. I wonder if he's still working at McDowell's all this time. razz Or is it going to be like Blues Brothers 2000 in which Aretha Franklin owned a car dealership instead of working at the diner?


I wish I was into movies like I used to be.
I love the theater experience. Especially when I can see older movies

in classic theaters.

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Reply #11 posted 09/08/19 9:04am

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Dolemite Is My Name


Miles Davis: Birth Of The Cool


Really looking forward to these.

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Reply #12 posted 09/08/19 7:17pm

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Most looking forward to seeing: Joker, Jojo Rabbit, Honey Boy, Zeroville, Black and Blue, Dolemite is My Name

Looking forward to watching in a sick disaster-on-the-news kind of way: Cats, Doctor Sleep, Midway

music Don't wanna be an American idiot music
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Reply #13 posted 09/09/19 2:56am

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'It: Chapter Two' - September 6


The Losers Club returns 27 years later to defeat the evil shape-shifting clown, Pennywise. Jessica Chastain and Bill Hader star in the terrifying sequel to the 2017 global box office hit.





https://www.empireonline.com/movies/reviews/it-chapter-two/



Movies:


It: Chapter Two


Actors:


James McAvoyJessica ChastainBill HaderBill SkarsgardIsaiah MustafaJames RansoneJaeden LieberherJack Dylan GrazerFinn WolfhardAndy Muschietti


In 2016, 27 years after terrorising the town of Derry, big-headed clown Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård) is back, a bodycount rising in his wake. Having researched the monster's history, Mike Hanlon (Isaiah Mustafa) tracks down the estranged members 
of The Losers' Club, getting them to make good on their promise to fight once more.



Movies:


It: Chapter Two


Actors:


James McAvoyJessica ChastainBill HaderBill SkarsgardIsaiah MustafaJames RansoneJaeden LieberherJack Dylan GrazerFinn WolfhardAndy Muschietti


In 2016, 27 years after terrorising the town of Derry, big-headed clown Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård) is back, a bodycount rising in his wake. Having researched the monster's history, Mike Hanlon (Isaiah Mustafa) tracks down the estranged members 
of The Losers' Club, getting them to make good on their promise to fight once more.


By Alex Godfrey | Posted 20 hours ago


Release Date:


05 Sep 2019


It Chapter One, or whatever we must call it since it made enough millions to birth a chapter two, had its crutches. This was an adaptation of (half of) a beloved book, following in the footsteps of a so-so yet affectionately remembered TV movie, leaning heavily into the never-ending wave of 1980s nostalgia. It all seemed a little safe, never completely its own entity.


Yet it overcame this. As Amblin-lite as it was, It starred a winning cast of kids and went to town with classic Stephen King explorations of domestic trauma. And while never totally terrifying, it boasted a boogeyman for the ages, Bill Skarsgård wearing Pennywise like a second skin. A horror with heart, It stormed the cinema gates, and the novel's second timeline, featuring the Losers grown up and back on the clown-conquering beat, was aggressively greenlit. And now, director Andy Muschietti's shackles are off.





It Chapter Two is all about crutches. A quick recap of the first film's epilogue is followed by some voiceover from the adult Mike (Mustafa). "Sometimes, we are what we wish we could forget," he says. Mike has remained in Derry, but in the 27 years since, the rest of the Losers have split, none of them in touch with each other, all having moved on. In some ways, at least.


The adult Losers get great intros, Muschietti and screenwriter Gary Dauberman presenting distinct personalities in precise sequences: having been out of contact for three decades, Mike, obsessed with events throughout, telephones them all with grim news from Derry, resulting in puking, car-crashing and all-round panic. From Bill Hader's Richie, now professionally wisecracking on comedy stages, to Jessica Chastain's Beverly, still sadly suffering abuse, to James McAvoy's sensitive screenwriter Bill, the success of every re-casting is immediately apparent — all of these characters feel instantly lived-in, vibrant, authentic human beings who you buy from the off...






Saw it today - it was ok, don’t think as good as chapter 1. Way toooo long though
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Reply #14 posted 09/09/19 9:28am

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I'm really looking forward to see The Goldfinch! The book is one of my all time favourites. I hope the movie will do it justice.

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Reply #15 posted 09/09/19 9:53am

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Looking forward to the Joker movie and the Irishman.

Hoping for the best in the Zombieland 2 movie and the Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker but I'm leary.

Thought the new "Gretel & Hansel" was coming but it looks like next year, looks dark like it should.

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Reply #16 posted 09/10/19 7:34am

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OldFriends4Sale said:

'It: Chapter Two' - September 6

The Losers Club returns 27 years later to defeat the evil shape-shifting clown, Pennywise. Jessica Chastain and Bill Hader star in the terrifying sequel to the 2017 global box office hit.

https://www.empireonline.com/movies/reviews/it-chapter-two/

Movies:

It: Chapter Two

Actors:

James McAvoyJessica ChastainBill HaderBill SkarsgardIsaiah MustafaJames RansoneJaeden LieberherJack Dylan GrazerFinn WolfhardAndy Muschietti

In 2016, 27 years after terrorising the town of Derry, big-headed clown Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård) is back, a bodycount rising in his wake. Having researched the monster's history, Mike Hanlon (Isaiah Mustafa) tracks down the estranged members 
of The Losers' Club, getting them to make good on their promise to fight once more.

Movies:

It: Chapter Two

Actors:

James McAvoyJessica ChastainBill HaderBill SkarsgardIsaiah MustafaJames RansoneJaeden LieberherJack Dylan GrazerFinn WolfhardAndy Muschietti

In 2016, 27 years after terrorising the town of Derry, big-headed clown Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård) is back, a bodycount rising in his wake. Having researched the monster's history, Mike Hanlon (Isaiah Mustafa) tracks down the estranged members 
of The Losers' Club, getting them to make good on their promise to fight once more.

By Alex Godfrey | Posted 20 hours ago

Release Date:

05 Sep 2019

It Chapter One, or whatever we must call it since it made enough millions to birth a chapter two, had its crutches. This was an adaptation of (half of) a beloved book, following in the footsteps of a so-so yet affectionately remembered TV movie, leaning heavily into the never-ending wave of 1980s nostalgia. It all seemed a little safe, never completely its own entity.

Yet it overcame this. As Amblin-lite as it was, It starred a winning cast of kids and went to town with classic Stephen King explorations of domestic trauma. And while never totally terrifying, it boasted a boogeyman for the ages, Bill Skarsgård wearing Pennywise like a second skin. A horror with heart, It stormed the cinema gates, and the novel's second timeline, featuring the Losers grown up and back on the clown-conquering beat, was aggressively greenlit. And now, director Andy Muschietti's shackles are off.

It Chapter Two is all about crutches. A quick recap of the first film's epilogue is followed by some voiceover from the adult Mike (Mustafa). "Sometimes, we are what we wish we could forget," he says. Mike has remained in Derry, but in the 27 years since, the rest of the Losers have split, none of them in touch with each other, all having moved on. In some ways, at least.

The adult Losers get great intros, Muschietti and screenwriter Gary Dauberman presenting distinct personalities in precise sequences: having been out of contact for three decades, Mike, obsessed with events throughout, telephones them all with grim news from Derry, resulting in puking, car-crashing and all-round panic. From Bill Hader's Richie, now professionally wisecracking on comedy stages, to Jessica Chastain's Beverly, still sadly suffering abuse, to James McAvoy's sensitive screenwriter Bill, the success of every re-casting is immediately apparent — all of these characters feel instantly lived-in, vibrant, authentic human beings who you buy from the off...

I'm a horror movie fanatic. I never saw the original film. I saw the remake and didn't think it was even remotely scary or creepy. I hear this latest film is almost 3 hours long!!! Really? Why??? Once any film goes beyond 90 minutes for me, I start looking at my watch.

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Reply #17 posted 09/10/19 8:32am

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kitbradley said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

'It: Chapter Two' - September 6

The Losers Club returns 27 years later to defeat the evil shape-shifting clown, Pennywise. Jessica Chastain and Bill Hader star in the terrifying sequel to the 2017 global box office hit.

https://www.empireonline.com/movies/reviews/it-chapter-two/

Movies:

It: Chapter Two

Actors:

James McAvoyJessica ChastainBill HaderBill SkarsgardIsaiah MustafaJames RansoneJaeden LieberherJack Dylan GrazerFinn WolfhardAndy Muschietti

In 2016, 27 years after terrorising the town of Derry, big-headed clown Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård) is back, a bodycount rising in his wake. Having researched the monster's history, Mike Hanlon (Isaiah Mustafa) tracks down the estranged members 
of The Losers' Club, getting them to make good on their promise to fight once more.

Movies:

It: Chapter Two

Actors:

James McAvoyJessica ChastainBill HaderBill SkarsgardIsaiah MustafaJames RansoneJaeden LieberherJack Dylan GrazerFinn WolfhardAndy Muschietti

In 2016, 27 years after terrorising the town of Derry, big-headed clown Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård) is back, a bodycount rising in his wake. Having researched the monster's history, Mike Hanlon (Isaiah Mustafa) tracks down the estranged members 
of The Losers' Club, getting them to make good on their promise to fight once more.

By Alex Godfrey | Posted 20 hours ago

Release Date:

05 Sep 2019

It Chapter One, or whatever we must call it since it made enough millions to birth a chapter two, had its crutches. This was an adaptation of (half of) a beloved book, following in the footsteps of a so-so yet affectionately remembered TV movie, leaning heavily into the never-ending wave of 1980s nostalgia. It all seemed a little safe, never completely its own entity.

Yet it overcame this. As Amblin-lite as it was, It starred a winning cast of kids and went to town with classic Stephen King explorations of domestic trauma. And while never totally terrifying, it boasted a boogeyman for the ages, Bill Skarsgård wearing Pennywise like a second skin. A horror with heart, It stormed the cinema gates, and the novel's second timeline, featuring the Losers grown up and back on the clown-conquering beat, was aggressively greenlit. And now, director Andy Muschietti's shackles are off.

It Chapter Two is all about crutches. A quick recap of the first film's epilogue is followed by some voiceover from the adult Mike (Mustafa). "Sometimes, we are what we wish we could forget," he says. Mike has remained in Derry, but in the 27 years since, the rest of the Losers have split, none of them in touch with each other, all having moved on. In some ways, at least.

The adult Losers get great intros, Muschietti and screenwriter Gary Dauberman presenting distinct personalities in precise sequences: having been out of contact for three decades, Mike, obsessed with events throughout, telephones them all with grim news from Derry, resulting in puking, car-crashing and all-round panic. From Bill Hader's Richie, now professionally wisecracking on comedy stages, to Jessica Chastain's Beverly, still sadly suffering abuse, to James McAvoy's sensitive screenwriter Bill, the success of every re-casting is immediately apparent — all of these characters feel instantly lived-in, vibrant, authentic human beings who you buy from the off...

I'm a horror movie fanatic. I never saw the original film. I saw the remake and didn't think it was even remotely scary or creepy. I hear this latest film is almost 3 hours long!!! Really? Why??? Once any film goes beyond 90 minutes for me, I start looking at my watch.

I'm a HUGE Stephen King fan and have read everything he's ever written, but part 1 was not very good and I won't be going to the theatre to see part 2. The original mini series was way better and scarier and the book is utterly fantastic and scared the crap out of me. Speaking of the great and powerful SK, he's latest book The Institute comes out today. Can't wait to read it!

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Reply #18 posted 09/11/19 5:55am

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This is a Filipino movie which is very popular nowadays. Not sure if you heard or read about this one yet. biggrin biggrin biggrin

Genre: Romance wink wink wink

Storyline (IMDB)

The film centers on the love story of Joy (Bernardo) and Ethan (Richards), Filipino workers based in Hong Kong. Ethan, a bartender, is keen on romantically pursuing Joy, a domestic helper who is wholly dedicated to providing for her family.

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'Satanic Panic' - September 6

A pizza delivery girl makes a trip she'll never forget when she delivers food to a group of Satanists. Chelsea Stardust directs the Rebecca Romijn horror/comedy.

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What's the matter with your life
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Here is a European September release. No word yet on a North American opening date.



Sickened film-goers brawl to escape premiere of Holocaust epic Painted Bird

A SHOCKING new film about the Holocaust was so distressing it reportedly saw sickened audience members fighting to leave the cinema at its first screening.

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