I would totally watch that show.
I would totally watch that show.
Tyrion: “That’s what I do. I drink and gerrymander things.”
Basically just an astronomy club at this point.
The point is to ... watch the night?
“Well, there’s egg and bacon; egg sausage and bacon; egg and Bran; egg, bacon and Bran; egg, bacon, sausage and Bran; Bran, bacon, sausage and Bran; Bran, egg, Bran, Bran, bacon and Bran; Bran, Bran, Bran, egg and Bran; Bran, Bran, Bran, Bran, Bran, Bran, baked beans, Bran, Bran, Bran and Bran; or Lobster thermidor… Read more
It’s about the journey, man.
At least they didn’t rely on a watery tart to establish a system of governance.
Will a Saxon descendant of King Harold, please tell Queen Elizabeth to get her old wrinkly ass of the throne? That Viking-Frenchy usurper, Guillame Le Conquérant, had no right to the English crown.
I really hope they keep leaning into everybody just being weirded the fuck out by Bran. Dragons flying around and zombies on the march and nothing makes people more uncomfortable than the home schooled kid who cuts his own hair.
An intermission would be a good thing, for all the reasons you cited. The biggest pushback will probably come from the theatre companies themselves. Having to recheck everyone’s ticket, further stagger start times so another movie is not getting out at the same time as the intermission, and create issues at the… Read more
Most academy voters watch most of the nominated films on DVD. So most voters see those films at home or work. And Spielberg knows that. And since a theater viewing isn’t required to vote His point is moot IMO. If Netflix follows the rules then who cares if their films win awards. They aren’t putting bad “made for tv”… Read more
The best way to watch/rewatch Jaws is on the silver screen. I know this, and I did, twice, in 1975. I cannot do that now. New generations of movie fans cannot do that now. They can only watch it by renting/buying/streaming a high-definition version of it (Blu-Ray or digital), or waiting until it airs with commercials… Read more
Yes but the point is anyone over 30 is bad and nothing good happened before the current decade. Fall in line, dammit.
The only qualm I have with this logic is that TV movies have been around for, well, I’m guessing almost as long as TV has been around. HBO has produced original films for decades. And the same logic supporting the argument for streaming holds true for TV movies: that is, if they’re a movie, they should be considered a… Read more
We’re going on 2 generations who’ve only seen movies like Raiders of the Lost Ark, Jaws, and E.T. on the small screen—does that make them any less a movie? To those people those films have only ever been “TV movies,” but it doesn’t make them any less great.
exactly - follow the rules and you’re good.
Personally, I think as long as they follow the rules for eligibility, like Amazon, they should be allowed to participate.
I am sure there are some theaters you can go to and have a great experience (off topic - an Alamo Drafthouse is opening in Orlando, FL! Yes!). But for many people, the experience can be sub-par, and the cost astronomical, for an average person’s income. I am not sure Spielberg realizes that. I get the feeling he is… Read more
Spielberg is a true genius when it comes to film but he couldn’t be more wrong here. Digital distribution means that more films are seen by more audiences. Roma is a great example, I live in a relatively rural area and the nearest arts cinema is at least 100 miles from me but I got to watch Roma from the comfort of my… Read more