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New poster for H. P. Lovecraft’s Color Out of Space starring Nicolas Cage • First Image from 'Color Out of Space' - Starring Nicolas Cage & Tommy Chong - HP Lovecraft adaption about a town being struck by a meteorite and the fallout is catastrophic.

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New poster for H. P. Lovecraft’s Color Out of Space starring Nicolas Cage r/movies • u/FromDuskTilDave
First Image from 'Color Out of Space' - Starring Nicolas Cage & Tommy Chong - HP Lovecraft adaption about a town being struck by a meteorite and the fallout is catastrophic. r/movies • u/BunyipPouch
Fox Faces Pressure at Disney After ‘Dark Phoenix,’ ‘Stuber’ Flops variety.com • r/movies • u/Vidhu23
Daniel Radcliffe's action-comedy 'Guns Akimbo' to premiere at Toronto International Film Festival next month - About a guy who finds himself forced to fight against strangers in a city-wide game of death that is live-streamed worldwide to a fanatical audience. bloody-disgusting.com • r/movies • u/BunyipPouch
Making the Hulk: motion capture with Mark Ruffalo v.redd.it • r/Moviesinthemaking • u/Zen_Coyote
Stuntman performing an insane fall on a mountainside in "Lone Survivor" r/Moviesinthemaking • u/Meunderwears
Winona Ryder on the set of Beetlejuice r/Moviesinthemaking • u/saturdaygone
Boom ops are under appreciated r/Filmmakers • u/to_the_tenth_power
Surface level appreciation of "Once Upon A Time in Hollywood" r/TrueFilm • u/StinkRod
Spike Jonze's 'Her' and the universal longing for human connection r/TrueFilm • u/FramesOfEmpathy

Here is a video essay I made that goes more in detail.

Her is a personal favorite of mine and is one of the most relevant films of the 21st century.

L.A. Confidential (1997) beautifully shot by Dante Spinotti r/CineShots • u/Stan_Mikitas_Donuts
Arrival (2016) r/CineShots • u/frhtkryl
Vittorio De Sica's timeless masterpiece 'Bicycle Thieves' is a truly masterful cornerstone of neorealism and emotionality display without filters r/TrueFilm • u/coffeefudges

this is an original review from my letterboxd so I copied and pasted it here

I watched the film along with 2 of my friends yesterday and once again, we were dumbfounded by its sheerly naked realism.

A question about "high-rated" movies that are just impossible to understand r/TrueFilm • u/caris1st

I just finished watching Apocalypse Now. I am 16 years old, and most of the movies I have watched are action, sci-fi, Marvel movies, etc., and my favorite movie is Interstellar.

PTA's 'Magnolia' and reconciling with the past r/TrueFilm • u/FramesOfEmpathy

Here is a video essay I made that goes into more detail.

The characters in Magnolia are like petals of the same flower.

[OC] After Life – An Answer to [20:36] r/videoessay • u/TVDL
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 - VFX Breakdown by Imageworks (2014) r/TheMakingOf • u/nowareroom

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