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2019 Movies
Steven Soderberg's new film will be on Netflix next month:

Looks a bit like 'The Big Short'.
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This looks perhaps cliched but it also looks like tons of fun:

Full trailer for 'The Irishman':

It looks like the de-aging is okay and won't ruin the whole film like it could have done. It doesn't look 100% either.

I think Scorsese got Tommy Wiseau in as his art director for a few shots Wink :

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The trailer actually says "In theaters Nov 1 and on Netflix Nov 27". Not the usual "in select theaters" or whatever that means it's playing virtually nowhere. Fingers crossed this gets a proper cinema release.
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Some interesting thoughts on Maleficent: Mistress of Evil from San Francisco Chronicle critic Mick LaSalle:
Quote:Friday, Oct. 18, marks the opening of “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil,” which depicts a fairy getting taken out of a jar and dissolved. Oh, you might ask, what was it doing in a jar? Actually, lots of fairies are in jars in this new “Maleficent,” all of them awaiting experimentation. A creepy scientist is trying to figure out what chemicals to use in order to kill them.
Then there’s a nice fairy godmother type who is gassed and dies inside a pipe organ, and lots of large woods creatures that are vaporized while flying in the sky, and human beings wiped out in a wave of destruction on a battlefield.
Yes, this is a children’s movie with a death toll.

Yet, it’s safe to say that no child watching “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” will be in the least traumatized, not because people are not as nice as they used to be, but rather because the movie makes sure that no one cares about any of those individuals.

[...] But the saddest thing about “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” is that it’s not bad, but typical, that this emptiness — this immersion in mass numbification — is the modern style.
Yet as children’s entertainment, it’s insidious all the same. This isn’t Wile E. Coyote blowing up and coming back in the next scene, because that meant he wasn’t dead. Nor is this a generation getting a memorable and inevitable education in the pains of real life. This is a generation getting lessons in how to go dead inside.

He ultimately gives the movie an "interested" Little Man rating.

This music:

+ This scene:

= Gold Big Grin .
This looks so damn good:

Director Bill Condon and Ian McKellen's last film 'Mr. Holmes' was one of the best films of the last few years IMO, hope this is too.
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