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Captain Marvel trailer by fifthdayofmay in movies

[–]Tiramitsunami 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Protip: '90s, not 90's. It's a contraction.

Netflix Only Has 35 Movies from the IMDB Top 250 List in Its US Streaming Library by ThePinkHulk in movies

[–]sc73ray 822 points823 points  (0 children)

HBO, Amazon and Hulu have 44 combined. Also, the list is outdated. Netflix has 37. The number one streaming service with the most is Filmstruck with 43....yes....I had a bit of time to kill.

  • Filmstruck: 43
  • Netflix: 37
  • Kanopy: 30
  • Amazon Prime: 20
  • Starz: 17
  • HBO: 13
  • Hulu: 11
  • Hoopla: 9

Numbers based off of JustWatch website.

Edit: First Gold! Here is the doc with all the movies listed and where they're streaming.

Netflix Only Has 35 Movies from the IMDB Top 250 List in Its US Streaming Library by ThePinkHulk in movies

[–]SeanyDay 4301 points4302 points  (0 children)

People out here with no industry experience. Do you have any idea how fucking tightly the rightsholders hold those rights? (Wordplay intentional).

When you have a hit movie, you don't want a flat fee license deal with Netflix, you want points on the play with some pay-per-rental or digital purchase system.

Stop bitching and either be grateful Netflix exists or unsubscribe from it.

Edit: Thanks for the Gold, anon. Cheers to you.

First official look at Joaquin Phoenix in ‘Joker’ by thomasp003 in movies

[–]JacobBlah 2524 points2525 points  (0 children)

Fury would have been so much better if Shia LaBeouf was randomly behaving like a cholo in the middle of WWII.

First official look at Joaquin Phoenix in ‘Joker’ by thomasp003 in movies

[–]HookedOnOogaChaka 6602 points6603 points  (0 children)

"What's the most you ever lost in a coin toss?"

Harvey Dent grimacing in background

First official look at Joaquin Phoenix in ‘Joker’ by thomasp003 in movies

[–]Holybolognabatman 17.2k points17.2k points  (0 children)

No Gotham for old men

Edit: Wow gold?? Thank you! :)

'Skyfall' & 'Casino Royale' Writers Neal Purvis and Robert Wade Rehired to Salvage 'Bond 25' After Director Danny Boyle's Departure by BunyipPouch in movies

[–]lemonylol 215 points216 points  (0 children)

Did a rewatch of the series a couple of years ago. Goldfinger should honestly be the standard that all Bond films are weighed against. It is the quinessential Bond film that has everything the series is known for.

I mean a lot of people think Bond movies need to only be dark and gritty but that's just plain not true. I don't think the newer films are bad, but they take themselves way too seriously.

Survivor Of 'The Predator' Sex Offender Says She's 'Eternally Grateful' To Olivia Munn by mpnatturner in movies

[–]DarkbeastPaarl -16 points-15 points  (0 children)

He's not obligated to tell everyone he works with of his criminal history. People should be able to move on with their lives.

Yeah, sure, people don't want to work with others with a criminal past. But that's really not their decision to make.

Fox's 'Murder On The Orient Express' Sequel 'Death On The Nile' Production Eyes Return To The UK by thomasp003 in movies

[–]ahbi_santini2 94 points95 points  (0 children)

where Poirot, Ms. Marple, and Tommy and Tuppence all band together to finally solve the Jack the Ripper murders.

So, a remake of Murder By Death?

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Edit:

Thank you gilder

After 3-Month Silence, Chinese Authorities Confirm Status of Disappeared Actress Fan Bingbing by holysocks in movies

[–]mathemon 865 points866 points  (0 children)

China, your lack of transparency betrays your fear of public rebuke and, therefore, your inherent political weakness.

If Netflix Adds Advertisements, It Could Lose a Quarter of Its Subscribers, According to Study by BunyipPouch in movies

[–]0x52and1x52 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Yeah like, if I’m completely honest here, I’d definitely still keep Netflix lol.

If Netflix Adds Advertisements, It Could Lose a Quarter of Its Subscribers, According to Study by BunyipPouch in movies

[–]Clovis42 137 points138 points  (0 children)

Yeah, people keep saying this, but I don't know when they are talking about. The original garbage on cable was from local networks and had ads. The premium cable channels never had ads, but you paid for them individually. The rest of cable always had ads. Like, MTV always had ads.

They definitely had ads 20 years ago. I was watching cable in the early 80s and there were ads.

I am so freaking excited. Everything on this summary screams best movie ever. by brasszero in movies

[–]lesthn12parsecs 2894 points2895 points  (0 children)

Watch it and then go find the podcast "How Did This Get Made" with Paul Scheer, Jason Mantzoukas and June Diane Raphael.

They did an episode on this movie and it was freaking amazing,just like all of them are!

Edit: Thank you for the gold and all of the upvotes. I am very happy to see so many fans of How Did This Get Made!!!

GEEEEEEEOOOOOOOSTOOOOOOORRRRMMMM!!!!!

Edit #2. I tried to respond to everyone's replies! If I didn't get to it, because it's 2:30am and I'm falling asleep on my phone, thank you for making this a fun evening!

Also, thanks to all the folks for suggestions of new podcasts!!! I have a whole new backlog now!

On that note, Jason, do you have anything to plug?

'It: Chapter 2' Will Incorporate One of the Book's Craziest Scenes by PMYOUMYTITS in movies

[–]TheWTFreak 902 points903 points  (0 children)

It emerges from an outhouse while All Star by Smash Mouth blasts in the background.

FUCK YOU NETFLIX STOP CUTTING OFF THE CREDITS by snarpy in movies

[–]xternal7 -29 points-28 points  (0 children)

... which takes you out of the moment and negatively impacts experience.

E: fixed typo

Also thanks for the gold, mate.