For a more traditional big studio Oscarbait flick, I suspect more people here would be interested in Ford v Ferrari (2019). Incredible performances by both Matt Damon and Christian Bale. Damn exhilarating editing and story.
Haven't seen it yet but will try. This is getting the feminosphere all excited.
Mon 9 Dec, 2019 08:52 pm
Saw Queen and Slim. Hesitated to talk about it here; honestly don’t know who here can appreciate this particular picture. But it is very timely and especially, deeply affecting to any person of color who has faced the dilemma of how to cooperate with a certain kind of cop.
I didn't see it but according to a review or two, there is a few weird pretentious scenes. One being a pretty graphic sex scene interlaced with some riot scene? That plus the remainder of the review plus the Kanye West music kept me from pulling the trigger and seeing it last weekend.
I'm still game to watch it on streaming. Went to the movie 69 times already. And this one ain't a priority to see at the movie theater with what's left of December and what will be coming soon as well.
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(make sure you don't miss the last 37 seconds)
In BUtterfield 8, when Elizabeth Taylor's Sunbeam Alpine sprints across the Tappan Zee Bridge, through a roadblock, and off a cliff, it results in a very short, very weird, completely mesmerizing crash. Personally, I think it's better and gayer (i.e. more fabulous) than the one in Mahogany. And you can tell Miss Ross I said so.
Yes. Definately better than the last 30 seconds of this....