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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Triple Double, Apr 25, 2017.
That doesn't look scary
neither was Midsommar
Saw a preview for it before MIdsommar and was very intrigued.
Last Black Man in San Francisco lived up to the hype. Thought it was stunning
I'm glad to hear this.
I also saw a trailer for The Farewell when I saw Midsommar, looks like it could be this years big A24 awards season movie.
I very much want to see a trailer for The Lighthouse.
I’m here for Awkwafina’s turn as a serious actress
currently 98 percent on RTs with 52 reviews
hope this is in theatres the week of August 12. That's when I'd have time to see it.
Damn, I loved The Witch. Will have to see this.
Probably going to have an audience score of like 33%.
I’m likely to need skin grafts after I watch this:
"Filmed on 35 mm black and white Double-X 5222 film stock, augmenting the Panavision Millennium XL2 camera with vintage Baltar lenses designed in the 1930s. To enhance the image, making it resemble early photography, a custom cyan filter made by Schneider Filters that emulated the look and feel of orthochromatic film from the late 19th century was used."
"The film has an aspect ratio of 1.19:1, an almost-square frame that was used in the early sound years by filmmakers including Fritz Lang and G.W. Pabst. They choose the format because 'the spaces in this movie are meant to feel confined, it's more of a close-up movie than The Witch. The idea of widescreen only came about in the 1950s - we wanted to take people back further than that.'"
The Farewell was absolutely unreal
also the food looked delicious
honestly if its not nominated for Best Picture and Best Director I will be very upset
How have you seen it? I would assume preview screenings begin tonight in DFW for release this weekend.
it is open in Denver. I had tix for tonight but cancelled and will likely go this weekend.
it was showing at my theater this past weekend
Actually rewatched The Witch recently
The Lighthouse actually looks better, or at least more up my alley
that story/documentary are incredible (and upsetting)
Last Black Man In San Francisco was pretty good
took me a bit to get into the style but the last 30 or so minutes were great
Went to see The Farewell yesterday. I enjoyed it.