I full on loved this series. Great examples with visualizations to follow along, great recommendations and comparisons too. It has started me watching lots more documentaries on the topic of film production and film history.
This is a great film but I must recommend you watch Resolution first! Same guys made it and the story begins there. https://trakt.tv/movies/resolution-2012
Watching this today because it takes place on July 14th.
I rewatched this and enjoyed it more than the first time. I paid attention to the gang more than the MFP and I love the relationships between members. The younger members are more feral, what will become the War Boys, and the leader is nearly worshipped, The Nightrider saying "Toecutter knows me, Toecutter sees me!" is just like the call of "Witness Me" in Fury Road. Toecutter & Immortan Joe are played by the same actor if you didn't know. I loved it.
This will be the final episode of The Opposition, Jordan Klepper will return in his own once a week half hour political show for Comedy Central.
Great episode, a lot of people complaining about her use of the word 'cunt' in describing Ivanka Trump's attitude to her father's policy of separating children from their parents at the border. I don't think she should have apologised but can understand the pressure from the network and advertisers. Hopefully John Oliver mentions this on the next Last Week Tonight.
This movie was terrible, I enjoyed the game but in the game she survives alone and has to adapt. In the movie tho she's surrounded by a group most of the time, she never grows and learns on her own but when the time comes for her to do anything, she naturally can with no trying. I hated the addition of being a bike courier and that she trained mma but only used chokes. Felt like an addition suggested from data pulled from social media or focus group.
I really enjoyed this. Big improvement over Patchwork for the director Tyler MacIntyre. Fun humour and characters. Lots of references to other horror movies.
Great episode! The "What Even Matters Anymore" sketch was brilliant and a couple other sketches had me laughing. One or 2 dud sketches but quickly forgotten.
I really loved this pilot. They work great together like Difficult People or Always Sunny.
I really enjoyed this pilot. It's strong, sets up story very well, looks great and is funny.
Does this list not match all this in one easy move? https://trakt.tv/users/indeed2015/history/episodes?start_at=2017-01-01&end_at=2017-12-31T23:59:59
I enjoyed this, I heard about it on the Doug Loves Movies podcast where a guest said to watch it but don't look up anything about it and I think that does make the experience better.
For those that have seen it, is it really based on true events?
If it were anyone else but Stephen they would have been sent home on that showstopper
I tried it because of Ezra but nope, this is not for me
noooo, so sad to see Unkindness go. I think Erin should return solo next season.
Wasn't feeling it this episode. Feels kind of low budget but that can usually be covered by a good story. Hopefully next one is better.
So it looks like that was a real death and they want to make a move to anthology series... http://uproxx.com/tv/people-of-earth-why-cant-we-be-friends-review-recap/
First appearance of Guillermo Del Toro as Pappy McPoyle
That was a real heavy episode but they dealt with it brilliantly.
I love love loved this. I knew a good bit of the plot going in so thought there wouldn't be much left but there is.
Great performances from all and especially Anne!
I had previously seen Timecrimes and loved it, then I saw Open Windows and thought it was ok so I went in thinking this would be another dip and it wasn't.
I love the poster for this one.
NOT the director Jon Favreau
Rewatched this last night, I love it
I highly recommend the original that this is based off: https://trakt.tv/movies/inside-2007
This sounds great, hopefully it gets made.
This was frustrating to watch, the challenges were really simplified for the celebrities and they still failed at them.
Watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TtbBqS8cyJk
The new documentary Zero Days fits this list perfectly
Alex Gibney explores the phenomenon of Stuxnet, a self-replicating computer virus discovered in 2010 by international IT experts. Evidently commissioned by the US and Israeli governments, this malware was designed to specifically sabotage Iran’s nuclear programme. However, the complex computer worm ended up not only infecting its intended target but also spreading uncontrollably.
First episode without Jess and it's the best episode in the past season