I was bummin' in a hole-in-a-wall town in what is now called Utah. Some fella from Colorado shows up, starts making so called "improvements", right? Before we knew what hit us, the streets are running with latte. It got so bad that a fella that liked to, you know... http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2sjo40/tom_hardy_drops_out_of_dcs_suicide_squad/
Official Discussion: American Sniper [SPOILERS]
Bradley Cooper as Chris Kyle Sienna Miller as Taya Renae Kyle Max Charles as Colton Kyle Luke Grimes as Marc Lee Kyle Gallner as Goat-Winston Sam Jaeger as Captain Martens Jake McDorman as Biggles Cory Hardrict as 'D' / Dandridge Navid Negahban as Sheikh Al-Obodi Eric Close as DIA Agent Snead Eric Ladin as Squirrel Joel Lambert as Delta Sniper Rey Gallegos as Tony http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2slbt4/official_discussion_american_sniper_spoilers/
A very good mythology summary of The Lord of the Rings explains a lot about Gandalf and the other wizards, all in under 5 minutesA very good mythology summary of The Lord of the Rings explains a lot about Gandalf and the other wizards, all in under 5 minutes
(2 children) Nobody knows what happens to human souls. There's one who gets close (Mandos, the Valar of the dead basically) but all he does is send them off... somewhere. Their souls leave Time itself, which even the Valar cannot do. It's said that eventually, Elves and even the Valar themselves will envy Men their ability to leave the world. It's implied that they go to the Timeless Halls AKA actual Heaven, though. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2smt0q/a_very_good_mythology_summary_of_the_lord_of_the/
'John Wick' (2014) was simply awesome!!
I really felt this aspect could have ruined a lot of the film, so I was really glad to see him not always necessarily getting the upper-hand in every single confrontation. It constantly felt like everything he was doing is entirely plausible. Put a gun in his hands and he's kicking some ass, however get into a fist fight with him and he suddenly doesn't look unstoppable. Though that's not to say he was constantly bested every time he went toe to toe with somebody, as I thought he really executed his Judo in a perfect representation of how somebody may utilize it at his age with at least half a decade out of practice! Adding to that, his Judo fighting style really stood out as unique, especially compared to the 'Muay Thai' style some of his foe's were utilizing on him. John Wick is a man who is precise, accurate, and to the damn point! http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2sle3t/john_wick_2014_was_simply_awesome/
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller on Oscar Snub for 'The Lego Movie':"The award stuff is its own thing and of course we're disappointed, but it's not the reason we made the movie."Phil Lord and Christopher Miller on Oscar Snub for 'The Lego Movie':"The award stuff is its own thing and of course we're disappointed, but it's not the reason we made the movie."
Every studio that was nominated this year (Dreamworks, Disney, Studio Ghibli, Laika, and Cartoon Studio) have at least one previous nomination. Song of the Sea was even directed by a previously nominated director, not to mention How to Train Your Dragon 2 being a sequel to a previous nominee. But The Lego Move? It's from a rebranded studio (Warner Animation Group) - and one that hasn't done an animated movie since the category was created even if you're going by its previous name. It's also directed by two directors whose names likely aren't as well-known (their last animated movie, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs was also not nominated). If we're going on name recognition alone, The Lego Movie already had the cards stacked against it. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2sn44b/phil_lord_and_christopher_miller_on_oscar_snub/