The end for Hollywood.

1 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-21 11:36
Is it just me, or is the impression that Hollywood’s days are numbered is correct, unless they allow for more traditional/conservative cinema to flourish?
2 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-21 11:36
art and artists of all sorts have always skewed liberal and always will. your selection of shitty documentaries, kirk cameron christcuck films and marky mark action flicks is so meager because it's all the market will bear
3 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-21 11:37
I have not paid to see a movie made in the last 2 years.

Every year prior I was buying 5 movies.
Their content is shit, they are done for.
4 Name: [email protected] 2018-10-21 11:38
To some extend, i agree. Movies like Interstellar showed that most Republicans just can't follow plot involving space or science. They need the normal christian church going hero, with no morality questions and as little ambiguousness as possible. That tends to drive of most conservative viewers.
5 Name: Anonymous 2018-11-13 23:37
Just finished Bates Motel. Why did I not know about this show until last month? Its fucking fantastic.
Season 1 was great because of the acting but had too many ridiculous subplots
Seasons 2-4 were 10/10. I even went into a miniature denial mode mid season 4 where I wanted them to be a big happy fucked up family despite the fact that I have seen Psycho
Vera Farmiga
Season 5 was good too in its own way. But it was kind of a chore watching it after the ending of Season 4. I felt more like I was trying to get it over with than anything else. And the ending was appropriate.
All around the best piece of entertainment I have had in YEARS.
6 Name: Anonymous 2018-11-14 20:09
Isn't it funny how days leading up to the Detective Pikachu movie, a Pikachu meme came out of nowhere and was being posted everywhere on Reddit? And now that the trailer has been released no one is really posting that meme anymore?

And isn't it strange how Disney has several subreddits on the front page on any given day?

When did you realize corporate America has taken over social media and they're manipulating the internet through memes?

That wouldn't happen here, though. Right?
7 Name: Anonymous 2018-12-11 14:38
From 2000 onward I only paid for Tarantino, Deadpool and DP II and two Star Trek movies. Netflix will kill Hollywood. Most of the "brainy" stuff is on "Pay TV" and streaming not the cinema. Hollywood by now is mostly a "PG-13" Kindergarten most twelve year old despise for their shallowness.
8 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-14 15:08
Someone explain the ending of No Country for Old Men. It made 0 fucking sense
9 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-16 22:41
It was all a metaphor
10 Name: Anonymous 2019-03-20 15:48
It's a meditation on the hostility of the world to our attempts to eke out a meaningful existence.
11 Name: Anonymous 2019-03-20 21:22
the main character in story is actually Tommy lee jones. Thats why he gets the last word and the first word. His horror and bemusement at the savagery around him is the main story. Thats why he talks to the old crippled guy who tells him the place was always fuckin savage and brutal. Thats why its good he retired, cos its no country for old men.

also javier bardem killed josh brolin and his wife. The car crash scene is just a random thing that shows life is brutal even when theres no malice involved
12 Name: Anonymous 2019-03-21 05:42
its just sorta symbolic.. Anton represents the violence that always follows greed. He's just this untouchable guy who always goes for that briefcase. Lewellen or w/e his name is can at least hurt him since he wants the money for honest purposes... and its the mexicans not anton who kills him. Two important things happen at the end when the kids help him after the car crash. HE gives THEM money for their good deed and then talls them "you didnt see me, i was already gone" seeing Anton is a major motif of the novel... only the greedy bad people ever see him... in fact if you watch closely Lewellin never actually sees Anton the whole movie and theres way more shit but im tired of typing
13 Name: Anonymous 2019-03-21 19:35
He fulfills his promise llewyn to kill his wife. Then goes on to collect the briefcase. The sheriff retires knowing that crime is growing out of control and he is too old now to try to fight it.
14 Name: Anonymous 2019-03-22 03:56
Thanks. That ending made me feel like i wasted 2 hours of my life but now i get it
15 Name: Anonymous 2019-03-22 17:49
So the older police man realized that him thinking that this killer was a new type of crime was just vanity.

He realized that it has always been that way from the beginning of time. People always act the way they act. It's just a new type of cat an mouse.

It's all about the sheriff's realization that times are not changing, things have always been that fucked up. His age and his experiences blinded him to it. He calls it vanity. But the movie tries to present it as a view of human nature.

Listen to the conversation again. Why he chose to go into the hotel alone that night. He was afraid, thought he needed backup. But he still went it. Even at his age. Even as he was about to retire.

That's what I for from it anyway.
16 Name: Anonymous 2019-03-23 16:03
it was more or less that despite the sheriff feeling "overmatched" and like the country was now a special kind of lawless, he was wrong and that the west had always been violent and a young lawman's territory. The ending dream was symbolic that the old man sheriff's dad before him had felt the same way and set a fire for the sheriff to head to so that the next generation could attempt to tame the lawless frontier the very same way he had (and failed) to do
17 Name: Anonymous 2019-03-24 19:51
Nope. The lady in the office at the trailer parks sees anton. He threatens her and she stands up to him. She isn't greedy or bad.

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