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(Deadline)   Frozen is the #1 movie in America, overtaking derivative newcomer sequel Paranormal Activity 4B and The Hobbit 2: Smaug Boogaloo. Hustle and Flow and Wolf of Wall Street round out the top 5   (deadline.com) divider line 91
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2014-01-05 11:54:13 AM  
As the mom of two littles I'd like to take this opportunity to say that Frozen sucked ass and I'm dreading whatever holiday it comes out on DVD and pre-cursing whichever farking relative of mine will buy it for my kids.
 
2014-01-05 12:18:07 PM  
I declare a moratorium on the "boogaloo" meme, effective immediately.

 And why have holiday movies been so lame this season? I mean we had the Hobbit, but what else? James Cameron understood that the winter was a lucrative time of year as well as summer. All of his blue tinted winter movies make a shiatload of money yet we still have 5 movies released every week during the summer and like 3 movies in the winter.
 
2014-01-05 12:39:00 PM  
Frozen is what is happened to the US this weekend
 
2014-01-05 01:06:08 PM  

Mugato: I declare a moratorium on the "boogaloo" meme, effective immediately.

 And why have holiday movies been so lame this season? I mean we had the Hobbit, but what else? James Cameron understood that the winter was a lucrative time of year as well as summer. All of his blue tinted winter movies make a shiatload of money yet we still have 5 movies released every week during the summer and like 3 movies in the winter.




There have been plenty! American Hustle, 12 Years A Slave, Saving Mr. Banks.

In truth, holidays are actually pretty bad for tent pole movies. This is the time for oscar contenders and "grown up" films. There really is only time to see one film...and usually with the family- the rest is holiday parties, get together and shopping.
 
2014-01-05 01:16:42 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: n truth, holidays are actually pretty bad for tent pole movies. This is the time for oscar contenders and "grown up" films. There really is only time to see one film...and usually with the family- the rest is holiday parties, get together and shopping.


A lot of movies did well over the holidays and nowadays, there are so many movies released in the summer, even the biggest ones are gone after a couple weeks. Titanic and Avatar wouldn't have done nearly as well if they were released in the summer. People are just as much on vacation in the winter as they are in the summer and really, WTF is there to do on Thanksgiving or Christmas afternoon? The movie theaters are the only things open.
 
2014-01-05 01:59:23 PM  
Look, pal. There's only one movie called "Frozen," and it's about three morons who get stuck on a ski lift.
 
2014-01-05 02:08:41 PM  

Mugato: I declare a moratorium on the "boogaloo" meme, effective immediately.


I'm going to have to disagree with you.  While I don't like the "Boogaloo" meme most of the time I thought it was particularly effective in this instance.  Maybe I was just in the right mood for it.

Thanks Subby.
 
2014-01-05 02:16:04 PM  
As a young girl interested in lesbian propaganda, I thought Frozen was awesome.
 
2014-01-05 02:17:56 PM  
A mere $200K difference between the box office takes of The Wolf Of Wall Street and American Hustle? Huh. I'd hoped the margin would be wider, especially since the former was far more entertaining and, in fact, exceeded expectations. The latter....Not so much.
 
2014-01-05 02:20:30 PM  
If Hustle and Flow was in the Top 5 this week, then it must not be that hard out there for a pimp, despite reports to the contrary.

/Whoop That Trick
 
2014-01-05 02:21:49 PM  

Anne.Uumellmahaye: As the mom of two littles I'd like to take this opportunity to say that Frozen sucked ass and I'm dreading whatever holiday it comes out on DVD and pre-cursing whichever farking relative of mine will buy it for my kids.


Are you kidding?  It was awesome hearing the shocked silence of a movie theater full of kids when the big twist happens.

/I liked it a lot.
//And where do I go to turn in my man card?
 
2014-01-05 02:25:15 PM  

Anne.Uumellmahaye: As the mom of two littles I'd like to take this opportunity to say that Frozen sucked ass and I'm dreading whatever holiday it comes out on DVD and pre-cursing whichever farking relative of mine will buy it for my kids.


But but... All the radio commercials I hear while driving say that Frozen is "the best movie evar since the Lion King and is destined, DESTINED to be an instant classic my children will cherish!"

Course, they were playing this commercial before the damn movie even came out. How the hell do they know?
 
2014-01-05 02:25:32 PM  

The Billdozer: If Hustle and Flow was in the Top 5 this week, then it must not be that hard out there for a pimp, despite reports to the contrary.

/Whoop That Trick


i thought it was

"it's haaaaawwwwwwwwtttt out there for a piiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimp"
 
2014-01-05 02:25:45 PM  

Apos: A mere $200K difference between the box office takes of The Wolf Of Wall Street and American Hustle? Huh. I'd hoped the margin would be wider, especially since the former was far more entertaining and, in fact, exceeded expectations. The latter....Not so much.



I liked both very much, but preferred American Hustle.

However, I must admit that my favorite movie currently out right now is Saving Mr. Banks. I don't care if it's basically Disney propaganda. I friggin' liked it a lot.

Saw 47 Ronin yesterday, and had a blast. It's fun in a so-bad-it's-good sort of way. The movie is a farking mess, but that actually made it a lot of fun. Plus, I was grateful that it wasn't three friggin hours long, like almost everything else I've seen in the past month.

I would have seen that stupid Paranormal Activity movie today, but the forecast of a foot of snow in my town made me opt for staying at home. I'm not going to risk getting stuck in a snowdrift just for a farking Paranormal Activity movie.

The next month is really going to suck for movies.
 
2014-01-05 02:29:21 PM  

Mugato: Darth_Lukecash: n truth, holidays are actually pretty bad for tent pole movies. This is the time for oscar contenders and "grown up" films. There really is only time to see one film...and usually with the family- the rest is holiday parties, get together and shopping.

A lot of movies did well over the holidays and nowadays, there are so many movies released in the summer, even the biggest ones are gone after a couple weeks. Titanic and Avatar wouldn't have done nearly as well if they were released in the summer. People are just as much on vacation in the winter as they are in the summer and really, WTF is there to do on Thanksgiving or Christmas afternoon? The movie theaters are the only things open.




Thanksgiving and Christmas is spent with the family. Like the whole day. Summer Vacation doesn't have to be with family. Or if they are together, they all do their own thing.

When my extended family got together for Christmas- when did the Christmas thing was over, one day all of the cousins when to the movies.
 
2014-01-05 02:34:05 PM  

Mugato: I declare a moratorium on the "boogaloo" meme, effective immediately.

 And why have holiday movies been so lame this season? I mean we had the Hobbit, but what else? James Cameron understood that the winter was a lucrative time of year as well as summer. All of his blue tinted winter movies make a shiatload of money yet we still have 5 movies released every week during the summer and like 3 movies in the winter.


Avatar was supposed to be a summer release, but he needed a few months to finish it, and the studio wasn't about to sit on it for six months until summer rolled around again, so out it went in the winter.
 
2014-01-05 02:39:36 PM  

meyerkev: Anne.Uumellmahaye: As the mom of two littles I'd like to take this opportunity to say that Frozen sucked ass and I'm dreading whatever holiday it comes out on DVD and pre-cursing whichever farking relative of mine will buy it for my kids.

Are you kidding?  It was awesome hearing the shocked silence of a movie theater full of kids when the big twist happens.

/I liked it a lot.
//And where do I go to turn in my man card?


*reads the Wikipedia synopsis*

[daaaaaamn.jpg]
 
2014-01-05 02:43:55 PM  
I'm glad that The Wolf of Wall Street is doing some business.

When we went to see it at 7PM on January 1, we had the megaplex theater to ourselves.

The word got out?  It's you Farkers going to see Margot Robbie?
 
2014-01-05 02:44:25 PM  
Kids movies will always win because ONE person doesn't go. FAMILIES go, which means multiple tickets.
Doesn't mean it's better, just means more people HAVE to go unless you're one of those dick parents who shuffle your little kid to a movie while you split off and see something else.
 
2014-01-05 02:51:06 PM  

Zombie DJ: Kids movies will always win because ONE person doesn't go. FAMILIES go, which means multiple tickets.
Doesn't mean it's better, just means more people HAVE to go unless you're one of those dick parents who shuffle your little kid to a movie while you split off and see something else.


Omg I can do that???

/awesomesauce
 
2014-01-05 02:51:34 PM  

doczoidberg: Apos: A mere $200K difference between the box office takes of The Wolf Of Wall Street and American Hustle? Huh. I'd hoped the margin would be wider, especially since the former was far more entertaining and, in fact, exceeded expectations. The latter....Not so much.


I liked both very much, but preferred American Hustle.

"AH" was riveting until the third act, when the "con" was revealed. Seemed a bit sloppy in execution. But to each his own, right?


However, I must admit that my favorite movie currently out right now is Saving Mr. Banks. I don't care if it's basically Disney propaganda. I friggin' liked it a lot.

Heard great things about it. I might see it eventually.

Saw 47 Ronin yesterday, and had a blast. It's fun in a so-bad-it's-good sort of way. The movie is a farking mess, but that actually made it a lot of fun. Plus, I was grateful that it wasn't three friggin hours long, like almost everything else I've seen in the past month.


Now THIS I refuse to pay a brass farthing for. I'll catch it on FX next year.

I would have seen that stupid Paranormal Activity movie today, but the forecast of a foot of snow in my town made me opt for staying at home. I'm not going to risk getting stuck in a snowdrift just for a farking Paranormal Activity movie.

This is what I'll spend my free movie ticket on IF.....

The next month is really going to suck for movies.



......Well, this.
 
2014-01-05 02:53:39 PM  
I took my little cousin to see it with school out this week.  I liked it a lot, but haven't seen a Disney movie in theaters since... Pocahontas? So who knows

/that "Let it Go" song has been stuck in my head all week
 
2014-01-05 02:57:49 PM  

meyerkev: Anne.Uumellmahaye: As the mom of two littles I'd like to take this opportunity to say that Frozen sucked ass and I'm dreading whatever holiday it comes out on DVD and pre-cursing whichever farking relative of mine will buy it for my kids.

Are you kidding?  It was awesome hearing the shocked silence of a movie theater full of kids when the big twist happens.

/I liked it a lot.
//And where do I go to turn in my man card?


I'm a guy too, and I loved it as well when I took my wife out to see it. Maybe I just have a soft spot for Disney and CGI, but it was a lot of fun, the Avenue Q folks wrote some great songs, and Kristen Bell did some great voice work. Hell, even the snowman worked well as a comedic sidekick and didn't overstay his welcome and turn into a Jar Jar.

/Bonus: Alan Tudyk as Duke of "Weasel Town".
 
2014-01-05 02:59:36 PM  
I liked Frozen but I think the short old guy would have been a better bad guy
Took until the movie was in the third act to reveal the the guy with several siblings was actually bad
The snowman was annoying.
 
2014-01-05 02:59:46 PM  
Frozen kicked ass, Hustle was ok and I want to avoid the movies because this week is God of War/300 ripoff #12
 
2014-01-05 03:02:13 PM  

blackminded: meyerkev: Anne.Uumellmahaye: As the mom of two littles I'd like to take this opportunity to say that Frozen sucked ass and I'm dreading whatever holiday it comes out on DVD and pre-cursing whichever farking relative of mine will buy it for my kids.

Are you kidding?  It was awesome hearing the shocked silence of a movie theater full of kids when the big twist happens.

/I liked it a lot.
//And where do I go to turn in my man card?

*reads the Wikipedia synopsis*

[daaaaaamn.jpg]


And that would have been an AMAZING twist even if it hadn't been Disney, but it's FREAKING DISNEY.  Where people fall in "twue wove" over the course of a single song.  And then *daaaaaamn*.

/Oh, and the annoying "funny joke character" was actually funny.  So you know, kudos for that.
 
2014-01-05 03:05:57 PM  

Mugato: I declare a moratorium on the "boogaloo" meme, effective immediately.

 And why have holiday movies been so lame this season? I mean we had the Hobbit, but what else? James Cameron understood that the winter was a lucrative time of year as well as summer. All of his blue tinted winter movies make a shiatload of money yet we still have 5 movies released every week during the summer and like 3 movies in the winter.


5 movies were released on Christmas Day.


/saw Wolf of Wallstreet, I think every farker would appreciate all of the Quaalude scenes.
 
2014-01-05 03:06:25 PM  
If anybody wants to spoil Paranormal Activity 4 Part 2 for me please, go ahead.
 
2014-01-05 03:07:07 PM  
We were pretty disappointed with Frozen. The songs were pretty weak for the most part.

I thought Tangled was much better from the same studio. The soundtracks and how enjoyable each movie was is a night and day difference.
 
2014-01-05 03:08:48 PM  

Gene Masseth Jr.: If anybody wants to spoil Paranormal Activity 4 Part 2 for me please, go ahead.


Its people.
 
2014-01-05 03:10:18 PM  
I thought it was OK.  Our little ones (son six and a half, daughter just turned five) loved it and wanted to see it again this weekend.  They don't understand why we can't watch it on TV.
 
2014-01-05 03:18:07 PM  

Gene Masseth Jr.: If anybody wants to spoil Paranormal Activity 4 Part 2 for me please, go ahead.


I haven't seen it, but I'll give it a shot:
Green filter with scanlines.
People running around screaming and flailing.
Flickering lights.
Bad low-contrast special effects.
More screaming and flailing.
Credits.
 
2014-01-05 03:26:35 PM  
As a metaphor for whatever permutation of "outsider" a young'un might be, Frozen works well.

As a movie, Frozen is a trainwreck.

Spoilers:

Idiot parents, trolls that have absolutely nothing to do with the movie and fail to say the one thing that would have tied them in ("oh, you're that girl we gave amnesia to when you were a kid"), a sidekick (Olaf) who serves absolutely no purpose. Additionally, giving it kudos for the big twist is ignoring the fact that the situation was awkward and contrived from the beginning.

Of COURSE the guy you fell in love with and got engaged to over the course of a three minute song is a douche trying to steal your money. Only a Disney princess would have fallen for that so quickly in the first place. Giving Frozen points for this "twist" is like guys expecting brownie points with a girl for all the times they haven't creepily hit on her - you shouldn't be doing it anyway.

Someone on the interwebs wrote a reprise of "Do You Wanna Build A Snowman" for Elsa to sing after Anna finally freezes, as a better emotional climax and resolution, etc, and I agree wholeheartedly. I'd take it one step further and having *this* be where Olaf is created. Elsa makes a living snowman, Anna thaws, etc, and then you can have a walking-into-the-sunset scene covering Olaf's interest in summer, Christoph insisting that someone needs to tell him, and then Olaf's summer song fits nicely over the credits.

Oh, and just cut the trolls entirely. Court wizard tells them to give Anna amnesia, thirty seconds, done.
 
2014-01-05 03:28:45 PM  

meyerkev: Anne.Uumellmahaye: As the mom of two littles I'd like to take this opportunity to say that Frozen sucked ass and I'm dreading whatever holiday it comes out on DVD and pre-cursing whichever farking relative of mine will buy it for my kids.

Are you kidding?  It was awesome hearing the shocked silence of a movie theater full of kids when the big twist happens.

/I liked it a lot.
//And where do I go to turn in my man card?



Audible gasps in the theatre during my second viewing. Audible. Gasps.

I thought it was great. I'm a bit surprised some folks seem to outright hate it, though I really shouldn't be.

Much better than some of Disney's entries, I'd say. "Let it go" is a fantastic song.
 
2014-01-05 03:53:18 PM  
i36.photobucket.com
 
2014-01-05 03:56:16 PM  

Lokasenna: As a metaphor for whatever permutation of "outsider" a young'un might be, Frozen works well.

As a movie, Frozen is a trainwreck.

Spoilers:

Idiot parents, trolls that have absolutely nothing to do with the movie and fail to say the one thing that would have tied them in ("oh, you're that girl we gave amnesia to when you were a kid"), a sidekick (Olaf) who serves absolutely no purpose. Additionally, giving it kudos for the big twist is ignoring the fact that the situation was awkward and contrived from the beginning.


Oh, and just cut the trolls entirely. Court wizard tells them to give Anna amnesia, thirty seconds, done.


I really feel like the trolls were forced into the movie based on the success of the yellow minions from 'Despicable Me'
 
2014-01-05 04:01:58 PM  

Bubblegum Tate: Lokasenna: As a metaphor for whatever permutation of "outsider" a young'un might be, Frozen works well.

As a movie, Frozen is a trainwreck.

Spoilers:

Idiot parents, trolls that have absolutely nothing to do with the movie and fail to say the one thing that would have tied them in ("oh, you're that girl we gave amnesia to when you were a kid"), a sidekick (Olaf) who serves absolutely no purpose. Additionally, giving it kudos for the big twist is ignoring the fact that the situation was awkward and contrived from the beginning.


Oh, and just cut the trolls entirely. Court wizard tells them to give Anna amnesia, thirty seconds, done.

I really feel like the trolls were forced into the movie based on the success of the yellow minions from 'Despicable Me'


I think it is a Disney thing. They feel like they need some cute creatures in there somewhere, even if they never really fit in well with the story (I think they were the weakest part of the story).
 
2014-01-05 04:09:15 PM  
Finally saw "Nebraska" this weekend. Great movie. The scene where the sons steal back their father's air compressor was funny, as well as their mother describing every woman she ever knew as whores.

Gene Masseth Jr.: If anybody wants to spoil Paranormal Activity 4 Part 2 for me please, go ahead.


Here you go. May be spoilers.
 
2014-01-05 04:19:14 PM  

GreenAdder: Look, pal. There's only one movie called "Frozen," and it's about three morons who get stuck on a ski lift.


Wolves
Girl who's cold all the time.
A place closed to visitors
Doofus resort worker

It's the same movie
 
2014-01-05 04:19:36 PM  

HempHead: Gene Masseth Jr.: If anybody wants to spoil Paranormal Activity 4 Part 2 for me please, go ahead.

Its people.


And it's an October/Halloween staple released in January.
 
2014-01-05 04:38:31 PM  
Regarding Frozen:

1.- Too many songs. First 30 minutes is mostly JUST songs...

2.- Some were cool, but some were too corny.

3.- Olaf was awesome.

4.- Loved the twist and when I mean twist, I mean the "the act of love is fraternal love, not romantic love" resolution. I loved that. It pulled the rug under the whole romance bullshiat. Great stuff Disney.

5.- The character designs and the animation was INCREDIBLE.

6.- Elsa should date Dr. Manhattan ;D
 
2014-01-05 04:49:25 PM  
Screw the haters. I've had to see a lot of kid movies since my daughter was born, and even with its flaws, Frozen was better than 90% of the other movies I've taken my daughter to see.

There isn't "a twist". There are 3 major elements that completely overturn traditional "fairy tale" stories. I talked to my daughter about each one, and told her why I thought they were cool.

Yeah, I could have done without a couple of the songs. Big deal.
 
2014-01-05 04:54:02 PM  

sugahboy: meyerkev: Anne.Uumellmahaye: As the mom of two littles I'd like to take this opportunity to say that Frozen sucked ass and I'm dreading whatever holiday it comes out on DVD and pre-cursing whichever farking relative of mine will buy it for my kids.

Are you kidding?  It was awesome hearing the shocked silence of a movie theater full of kids when the big twist happens.

/I liked it a lot.
//And where do I go to turn in my man card?


Audible gasps in the theatre during my second viewing. Audible. Gasps.

I thought it was great. I'm a bit surprised some folks seem to outright hate it, though I really shouldn't be.

Much better than some of Disney's entries, I'd say. "Let it go" is a fantastic song.


This.  I'm still listening to it on Youtube or Pandora at least once a day.

/Taking my wife to see it tomorrow.
//No, we don't have kids; I went on NYD because I heard really good things about the movie (and I like Disney musicals.)
 
2014-01-05 04:57:22 PM  
Any movie that subverts expectations that much deserves praise.

That is was DISNEY left me flabbergasted.

And "Let it go" (particularly when seen in context) is an amazing song that should get a best song nomination come Oscar time, deservedly.

Unclench, people.
 
2014-01-05 05:47:16 PM  

Dwight_Yeast: Avatar was supposed to be a summer release, but he needed a few months to finish it, and the studio wasn't about to sit on it for six months until summer rolled around again, so out it went in the winter.


Titanic was supposed to be released in the summer also, that's the point. A lot of summer movie get lost because there are so many of them. Or maybe they all just suck.
 
2014-01-05 06:02:09 PM  

Mugato: A lot of summer movie get lost because there are so many of them. Or maybe they all just suck.



.................

10por15.net
 
2014-01-05 06:10:53 PM  

The Billdozer: If Hustle and Flow was in the Top 5 this week, then it must not be that hard out there for a pimp, despite reports to the contrary.

/Whoop That Trick


Things have gotten better since 2005.  For pimps, at least.
 
2014-01-05 06:18:21 PM  
Frozen is a weird thumbs-up for me because even being fully aware of its numerous flaws the parts that work manage to work so spectacularly well as to largely gloss over those flaws.

The range of emotion in Let It Go amazes me, I've not had a Disney song stuck in my head this long since, well, ever.
 
2014-01-05 06:24:50 PM  
So, who exactly designed the "OS's" in the movie "Her," and to what purpose? Because I think a lot of programmers should be fired for it.

Also, we've gone from anti-farkbot propaganda like Cherry 2000 to a pro-compufarking movie like "Her." Hooray for turtle farking.
 
2014-01-05 06:28:02 PM  
It has been a bad December.

The Hobbit was awful - especially the stupid river scene (I won't elaborate or spoil).  There was so much crap added to this movie it seems like it was intentionally stretched so they could make a 3rd one.  (It didn't feel this stretched in the 1st movie)

I wasn't big on Frozen.  Not a great flick.

47 Ronin was the only movie I saw that I left the theater not hating.  Of course - I didn't have any expectations - it looked awful.  It wasn't nearly as bad as the previews made it out to be - but it certainly isn't good.

Walter Mitty was pretty dull as well.

meh.

/When movies are only $4, you see a lot of them
 
2014-01-05 06:33:04 PM  

kukukupo: The Hobbit was awful - especially the stupid river scene (I won't elaborate or spoil).  There was so much crap added to this movie it seems like it was intentionally stretched so they could make a 3rd one.  (It didn't feel this stretched in the 1st movie)


I haven't seen the newest one and maybe it's because I had read the book first, but the first movie definitely felt padded and had odd pacing. It took them almost an hour just to make it through the first chapter of the book. After that it fared a bit better, but they were definitely trying to work way too much into the story.
 
2014-01-05 06:35:40 PM  

Fano: So, who exactly designed the "OS's" in the movie "Her," and to what purpose? Because I think a lot of programmers should be fired for it.

Also, we've gone from anti-farkbot propaganda like Cherry 2000 to a pro-compufarking movie like "Her." Hooray for turtle farking.


I think that it's an AI that grew out of its intended purpose. It's a sci-fi movie actually. Not a terrible original sci-fi movie but for anyone who has never read a sci-fi novel or saw an episode of Star Trek, it's smart.
 
2014-01-05 07:11:47 PM  

FeedTheCollapse: kukukupo: The Hobbit was awful - especially the stupid river scene (I won't elaborate or spoil).  There was so much crap added to this movie it seems like it was intentionally stretched so they could make a 3rd one.  (It didn't feel this stretched in the 1st movie)

I haven't seen the newest one and maybe it's because I had read the book first, but the first movie definitely felt padded and had odd pacing. It took them almost an hour just to make it through the first chapter of the book. After that it fared a bit better, but they were definitely trying to work way too much into the story.


They've admitted that they padded it out to 3 movies instead of the 2 that were originally planned. By the time it's over, the scripts for the 3 Hobbit movies will probably have more pages than the book.

Saw Hustle this weekend. Very entertaining. if not just for the chance to stare at Amy Adams in low-cut clothing for 2 and a half hours.

Checking out Wolf next weekend. Judging by the trailers, does anyone else get the impression that Scorsese really, really misses cocaine?
 
2014-01-05 07:12:03 PM  
Dug the 5th LoTR movie.
 
2014-01-05 07:23:01 PM  

Mugato: Fano: So, who exactly designed the "OS's" in the movie "Her," and to what purpose? Because I think a lot of programmers should be fired for it.

Also, we've gone from anti-farkbot propaganda like Cherry 2000 to a pro-compufarking movie like "Her." Hooray for turtle farking.

I think that it's an AI that grew out of its intended purpose. It's a sci-fi movie actually. Not a terrible original sci-fi movie but for anyone who has never read a sci-fi novel or saw an episode of Star Trek, it's smart.


I think it bothered me that the AI grew out of its intended purpose in the first 5 minutes. Did they not beta test this?
 
2014-01-05 07:24:06 PM  
I thought Olaf was hilarious, as did the rest of the audience. I was kind of surprised, tbh, as the trailer made him look insufferable.
 
2014-01-05 07:33:39 PM  

kukukupo: It has been a bad December.

The Hobbit was awful - especially the stupid river scene (I won't elaborate or spoil).  There was so much crap added to this movie it seems like it was intentionally stretched so they could make a 3rd one.  (It didn't feel this stretched in the 1st movie)

I wasn't big on Frozen.  Not a great flick.

47 Ronin was the only movie I saw that I left the theater not hating.  Of course - I didn't have any expectations - it looked awful.  It wasn't nearly as bad as the previews made it out to be - but it certainly isn't good.

Walter Mitty was pretty dull as well.

meh.

/When movies are only $4, you see a lot of them




I liked Walter Mitty. It was a sweet movie. Very non cynical and one you can share with your whole family. It wasn't great, but exactly as it was advertised.
 
2014-01-05 07:40:21 PM  

Mugato: Fano: So, who exactly designed the "OS's" in the movie "Her," and to what purpose? Because I think a lot of programmers should be fired for it.

Also, we've gone from anti-farkbot propaganda like Cherry 2000 to a pro-compufarking movie like "Her." Hooray for turtle farking.

I think that it's an AI that grew out of its intended purpose. It's a sci-fi movie actually. Not a terrible original sci-fi movie but for anyone who has never read a sci-fi novel or saw an episode of Star Trek, it's smart.




Actually, AI is one of my favorite Spielberg movies. The opening scene set the whole question of the movie-and answered it with devastating honesty.

It's incredibly a Kubrick film, in terms of story and structure. And like a. Kubrick film, it really needs multiple viewing to appreciate it.
 
2014-01-05 08:11:14 PM  

Apos: A mere $200K difference between the box office takes of The Wolf Of Wall Street and American Hustle? Huh. I'd hoped the margin would be wider, especially since the former was far more entertaining and, in fact, exceeded expectations. The latter....Not so much.


Its farking 3 hours long, most places have 2-3 less showings a day by comparison.

It was really good though, I didn't realize how long it was until it was almost over.
 
2014-01-05 08:16:49 PM  

steamingpile: Apos: A mere $200K difference between the box office takes of The Wolf Of Wall Street and American Hustle? Huh. I'd hoped the margin would be wider, especially since the former was far more entertaining and, in fact, exceeded expectations. The latter....Not so much.

Its farking 3 hours long, most places have 2-3 less showings a day by comparison.

It was really good though, I didn't realize how long it was until it was almost over.


Yep. American Hustle was 2:20, so that means over the course of the day, theaters had room for 1 more showing than Wolf of Wall Street.

That's why I didn't get it last week when people were calling Wolf Of Wall Street a failure. Flicks like this rely on word of mouth and staying power. I really don't think anyone was realistically expecting it to beat the Hobbit on its opening weekend. Peter Jackson's movies tend to be a little more family friendly than a 3-hour flick loaded with hookers, blow, and about 500 f-bombs.
 
2014-01-05 08:19:13 PM  

stoli n coke: steamingpile: Apos: A mere $200K difference between the box office takes of The Wolf Of Wall Street and American Hustle? Huh. I'd hoped the margin would be wider, especially since the former was far more entertaining and, in fact, exceeded expectations. The latter....Not so much.

Its farking 3 hours long, most places have 2-3 less showings a day by comparison.

It was really good though, I didn't realize how long it was until it was almost over.

Yep. American Hustle was 2:20, so that means over the course of the day, theaters had room for 1 more showing than Wolf of Wall Street.

That's why I didn't get it last week when people were calling Wolf Of Wall Street a failure. Flicks like this rely on word of mouth and staying power. I really don't think anyone was realistically expecting it to beat the Hobbit on its opening weekend. Peter Jackson's movies tend to be a little more family friendly than a 3-hour flick loaded with hookers, blow, and about 500 f-bombs.*


*Not including the no budget schlockfests Jackson did before he made it to American theaters.
 
2014-01-05 08:19:20 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: Mugato: Fano: So, who exactly designed the "OS's" in the movie "Her," and to what purpose? Because I think a lot of programmers should be fired for it.

Also, we've gone from anti-farkbot propaganda like Cherry 2000 to a pro-compufarking movie like "Her." Hooray for turtle farking.

I think that it's an AI that grew out of its intended purpose. It's a sci-fi movie actually. Not a terrible original sci-fi movie but for anyone who has never read a sci-fi novel or saw an episode of Star Trek, it's smart.

Actually, AI is one of my favorite Spielberg movies. The opening scene set the whole question of the movie-and answered it with devastating honesty.

It's incredibly a Kubrick film, in terms of story and structure. And like a. Kubrick film, it really needs multiple viewing to appreciate it.


AI should have ended when they dumped the kid in the woods, imo.
 
2014-01-05 08:28:45 PM  

stoli n coke: steamingpile: Apos: A mere $200K difference between the box office takes of The Wolf Of Wall Street and American Hustle? Huh. I'd hoped the margin would be wider, especially since the former was far more entertaining and, in fact, exceeded expectations. The latter....Not so much.

Its farking 3 hours long, most places have 2-3 less showings a day by comparison.

It was really good though, I didn't realize how long it was until it was almost over.

Yep. American Hustle was 2:20, so that means over the course of the day, theaters had room for 1 more showing than Wolf of Wall Street.

That's why I didn't get it last week when people were calling Wolf Of Wall Street a failure. Flicks like this rely on word of mouth and staying power. I really don't think anyone was realistically expecting it to beat the Hobbit on its opening weekend. Peter Jackson's movies tend to be a little more family friendly than a 3-hour flick loaded with hookers, blow, and about 500 f-bombs.


Yeah I just verified it and saw most only had one less showing, still that's 150-250 people per day per theater that is lost. A nice chunk of money that's lost but its in no way a failure.

Still Dallas Buyers Club is my favorite of the month so far, it shows Matthew McConaughey can actually act and probably deserves the Oscar this year, I think the wife will cry if he doesn't win. Hell I didn't even recognize Jared Leto until after he was giving him a ride.
 
2014-01-05 08:30:06 PM  

skinink: Finally saw "Nebraska" this weekend. Great movie. The scene where the sons steal back their father's air compressor was funny, as well as their mother describing every woman she ever knew as whores.

Gene Masseth Jr.: If anybody wants to spoil Paranormal Activity 4 Part 2 for me please, go ahead.

Here you go. May be spoilers.


Time travel? Seriously?
 
2014-01-05 08:30:34 PM  
Derivative newcomer sequel? Wtf
 
2014-01-05 08:55:01 PM  

the opposite of charity is justice: The range of emotion in Let It Go amazes me, I've not had a Disney song stuck in my head this long since, well, ever.


One might say "for the first time in forever".
 
2014-01-05 09:03:08 PM  

steamingpile: stoli n coke: steamingpile: Apos: A mere $200K difference between the box office takes of The Wolf Of Wall Street and American Hustle? Huh. I'd hoped the margin would be wider, especially since the former was far more entertaining and, in fact, exceeded expectations. The latter....Not so much.

Its farking 3 hours long, most places have 2-3 less showings a day by comparison.

It was really good though, I didn't realize how long it was until it was almost over.

Yep. American Hustle was 2:20, so that means over the course of the day, theaters had room for 1 more showing than Wolf of Wall Street.

That's why I didn't get it last week when people were calling Wolf Of Wall Street a failure. Flicks like this rely on word of mouth and staying power. I really don't think anyone was realistically expecting it to beat the Hobbit on its opening weekend. Peter Jackson's movies tend to be a little more family friendly than a 3-hour flick loaded with hookers, blow, and about 500 f-bombs.

Yeah I just verified it and saw most only had one less showing, still that's 150-250 people per day per theater that is lost. A nice chunk of money that's lost but its in no way a failure.

Still Dallas Buyers Club is my favorite of the month so far, it shows Matthew McConaughey can actually act and probably deserves the Oscar this year, I think the wife will cry if he doesn't win. Hell I didn't even recognize Jared Leto until after he was giving him a ride.


I missed that one in theaters, but it comes out on DVD next month. I've heard good things though. Apparently, Leto might be a lock for Supporting Actor.
 
2014-01-05 09:57:56 PM  

Fano: Mugato: Fano: So, who exactly designed the "OS's" in the movie "Her," and to what purpose? Because I think a lot of programmers should be fired for it.

Also, we've gone from anti-farkbot propaganda like Cherry 2000 to a pro-compufarking movie like "Her." Hooray for turtle farking.

I think that it's an AI that grew out of its intended purpose. It's a sci-fi movie actually. Not a terrible original sci-fi movie but for anyone who has never read a sci-fi novel or saw an episode of Star Trek, it's smart.

I think it bothered me that the AI grew out of its intended purpose in the first 5 minutes. Did they not beta test this?


I actually do both software engineering and filmmaking, it's not realistic in either realities.

/but pretty hot
//if it were in a holodeck
 
2014-01-05 11:04:22 PM  

FeedTheCollapse: kukukupo: The Hobbit was awful - especially the stupid river scene (I won't elaborate or spoil).  There was so much crap added to this movie it seems like it was intentionally stretched so they could make a 3rd one.  (It didn't feel this stretched in the 1st movie)

I haven't seen the newest one and maybe it's because I had read the book first, but the first movie definitely felt padded and had odd pacing. It took them almost an hour just to make it through the first chapter of the book. After that it fared a bit better, but they were definitely trying to work way too much into the story.


This one took what felt like half an hour to show step by step how the dwarves were smuggled into Lake Town, which really didn't add much to developing the story or the characters aside from introducing that town's version of Wormtongue.

Plus, they somehow made a giant dragon voiced by Cumberbatch kind of dull, maybe because of the massive amount of monologuing from Smaug. It reminded me if some of the Transformers movies where the action scenes were so dragged out that the spectacle got dull. Sometimes more isn't more.
 
2014-01-05 11:45:36 PM  
The Hobbit was fun to watch as long as I repressed all thought of the source material and pretended it was an original fantasy movie. Better paced than the first one, and without quite so many logic-defying escapes (seriously, the distance the dwarves fell in the goblin caves -- their bones would have had to be made of titanium to walk away from that). I didn't care for the Lake Town as a proto-Stalinist hellhole, though. Why are we supposed to be concerned about Smaug wiping out the Lake Towners if every one of them except Bard is either a greedy dictator or low-level spy?

Frozen was a lot of fun and much, much better than I expected from the trailers.
 
2014-01-06 12:43:19 AM  

meyerkev: blackminded: meyerkev: Anne.Uumellmahaye: As the mom of two littles I'd like to take this opportunity to say that Frozen sucked ass and I'm dreading whatever holiday it comes out on DVD and pre-cursing whichever farking relative of mine will buy it for my kids.

Are you kidding?  It was awesome hearing the shocked silence of a movie theater full of kids when the big twist happens.

/I liked it a lot.
//And where do I go to turn in my man card?

*reads the Wikipedia synopsis*

[daaaaaamn.jpg]

And that would have been an AMAZING twist even if it hadn't been Disney, but it's FREAKING DISNEY.  Where people fall in "twue wove" over the course of a single song.  And then *daaaaaamn*.

/Oh, and the annoying "funny joke character" was actually funny.  So you know, kudos for that.


I thought the snowman obsessed with warm weather was a great schtick.

"bees, they'll buzz
kids will blow dandelion fuzz
and I'll be doing
whatever snow does in suuummmmeeeeeeer!"

/why yes, my daughter is playing that nonstop, why do you ask?
 
2014-01-06 12:45:03 AM  

GreyhoundAggie: We were pretty disappointed with Frozen. The songs were pretty weak for the most part.

I thought Tangled was much better from the same studio. The soundtracks and how enjoyable each movie was is a night and day difference.


I have to agree tangled was probably better.

I still think Brave was the better of the three, though I have a soft spot for Pixar.  Brave seemed a bit darker though.
 
2014-01-06 12:50:11 AM  

the opposite of charity is justice: Frozen is a weird thumbs-up for me because even being fully aware of its numerous flaws the parts that work manage to work so spectacularly well as to largely gloss over those flaws.

The range of emotion in Let It Go amazes me, I've not had a Disney song stuck in my head this long since, well, ever.


the song recorded for the movie is a different one than the one released by demi lovato.  demi's is inferior, IMHO.
 
2014-01-06 12:53:04 AM  

Darth_Lukecash: Mugato: Fano: So, who exactly designed the "OS's" in the movie "Her," and to what purpose? Because I think a lot of programmers should be fired for it.

Also, we've gone from anti-farkbot propaganda like Cherry 2000 to a pro-compufarking movie like "Her." Hooray for turtle farking.

I think that it's an AI that grew out of its intended purpose. It's a sci-fi movie actually. Not a terrible original sci-fi movie but for anyone who has never read a sci-fi novel or saw an episode of Star Trek, it's smart.

Actually, AI is one of my favorite Spielberg movies. The opening scene set the whole question of the movie-and answered it with devastating honesty.

It's incredibly a Kubrick film, in terms of story and structure. And like a. Kubrick film, it really needs multiple viewing to appreciate it.


it ended 15 minutes too late.  the whole alien thing should have been cut out.
 
2014-01-06 01:02:15 AM  

rga184: Darth_Lukecash: Mugato: Fano: So, who exactly designed the "OS's" in the movie "Her," and to what purpose? Because I think a lot of programmers should be fired for it.

Also, we've gone from anti-farkbot propaganda like Cherry 2000 to a pro-compufarking movie like "Her." Hooray for turtle farking.

I think that it's an AI that grew out of its intended purpose. It's a sci-fi movie actually. Not a terrible original sci-fi movie but for anyone who has never read a sci-fi novel or saw an episode of Star Trek, it's smart.

Actually, AI is one of my favorite Spielberg movies. The opening scene set the whole question of the movie-and answered it with devastating honesty.

It's incredibly a Kubrick film, in terms of story and structure. And like a. Kubrick film, it really needs multiple viewing to appreciate it.

it ended 15 minutes too late.  the whole alien thing should have been cut out.


They weren't aliens, they were post-human AIs rediscovering their creators after humans died off.
 
2014-01-06 03:29:08 AM  

HempHead: /saw Wolf of Wallstreet, I think every farker would appreciate all of the Quaalude scenes.


Noooooo Gitttt offfffff!   Gitoffadafone!
Iiiiimonnnnndafffone!
 
2014-01-06 05:06:01 AM  
So the nice prince really isn't.  Interesting twist, but by making it a twist, the whole first half of the movie feels sloppily written, a slapped together love story. With no hint of the twist, it wasn't an entertaining relationship and, combined with appearance of the snowman, I stopped watching.  Seems they exaggerated the ridiculous 3 minute betrothal to make the twist work, when it didn't have to be a twist.  A twist needs to be clever and meaninful, and this sounds like current-day Shyamalan.

Let it Go is a fantastic song, and I love Mendel's version, but the rest of the music doesn't compare.  At the very least keep that clip in rotation.

http://youtu.be/moSFlvxnbgk
 
2014-01-06 07:46:07 AM  
You know those parents whose kids screw up, set fire to neighbors' pets and impregnate underage runaways, but they never punish their children for their bad behavior? This is how I imagine people who see the "Paranormal Activity" movies.

I know, I know, "stop liking what I don't like." Sorry, but you like shiat.
 
2014-01-06 09:40:02 AM  

RenownedCurator: The Hobbit was fun to watch as long as I repressed all thought of the source material and pretended it was an original fantasy movie. Better paced than the first one, and without quite so many logic-defying escapes (seriously, the distance the dwarves fell in the goblin caves -- their bones would have had to be made of titanium to walk away from that). I didn't care for the Lake Town as a proto-Stalinist hellhole, though. Why are we supposed to be concerned about Smaug wiping out the Lake Towners if every one of them except Bard is either a greedy dictator or low-level spy?


Because he has young children. I'm convinced that's the only reason they were added to the story. (Plus it let them add more female characters to the movie.)

Regarding the titanium bones thing, that's the good part about a fantasy movie. Suspending your disbelief is easy. Some traumatic event occurs where (illogically) every main character survives unharmed or only mildly shaken, and I can just think to myself, "oh, a wizard did it." And yep, there was a wizard there the whole time.

Just because we didn't see him cast a "Feather Fall" spell doesn't mean he didn't. Wizards don't like gravity/physics/combustion to do anything without their "help". As a child, I would have glossed right over all the dwarf battering and elf gymnastics in the movie without even noticing how improbable they all were. As an adult, I have to consciously remind myself that it's all heroic and magical (beyond the limits of human endurance or ability) on purpose.
 
2014-01-06 10:31:41 AM  

Anne.Uumellmahaye: As the mom of two littles I'd like to take this opportunity to say that Frozen sucked ass and I'm dreading whatever holiday it comes out on DVD and pre-cursing whichever farking relative of mine will buy it for my kids.


Why the hostility?  I thought the movie was awesome and my kid loved it.  I liked the fact that "true love" winds up being something you do and work at rather than an innate quality in someone you simply need to deus ex into.
 
2014-01-06 10:34:56 AM  
Watched Hobbit 2 again yesterday.  Good film.  I'm OK with most of Jackson's changes but felt he rushed thru Mirkwood.  Oh and there was too much of dwarfs running around in Erebor, they should have went straight for their plan.
 
2014-01-06 11:19:27 AM  
I enjoyed Frozen slightly more than the Amy Adams sideboob bi-hour.  Neither movie is worth seeing at the theater.
 
2014-01-06 11:49:21 AM  

bill4935: RenownedCurator: The Hobbit was fun to watch as long as I repressed all thought of the source material and pretended it was an original fantasy movie. Better paced than the first one, and without quite so many logic-defying escapes (seriously, the distance the dwarves fell in the goblin caves -- their bones would have had to be made of titanium to walk away from that). I didn't care for the Lake Town as a proto-Stalinist hellhole, though. Why are we supposed to be concerned about Smaug wiping out the Lake Towners if every one of them except Bard is either a greedy dictator or low-level spy?

Because he has young children. I'm convinced that's the only reason they were added to the story. (Plus it let them add more female characters to the movie.)

Regarding the titanium bones thing, that's the good part about a fantasy movie. Suspending your disbelief is easy. Some traumatic event occurs where (illogically) every main character survives unharmed or only mildly shaken, and I can just think to myself, "oh, a wizard did it." And yep, there was a wizard there the whole time.

Just because we didn't see him cast a "Feather Fall" spell doesn't mean he didn't. Wizards don't like gravity/physics/combustion to do anything without their "help". As a child, I would have glossed right over all the dwarf battering and elf gymnastics in the movie without even noticing how improbable they all were. As an adult, I have to consciously remind myself that it's all heroic and magical (beyond the limits of human endurance or ability) on purpose.


People forget that it's elves, dwarves and orcs we're talking about, not humans. Who's to say these types of things are not possible for them?  Frankly, one of the problems with Tolkein "history" is that the elves are almost always vastly outnumbered by the orcs but manage to defeat them anyway time and time again.  There has to be something innate to them that makes this possible.
 
2014-01-06 11:52:06 AM  

bark_atda_moon: I enjoyed Frozen slightly more than the Amy Adams sideboob bi-hour.  Neither movie is worth seeing at the theater.


I'd say Frozen is worth a theater watch, the art and animation are incredible, and look amazing on the big screen. I've not seen Wolf to judge.
 
2014-01-06 12:32:52 PM  

Persnickety: Frankly, one of the problems with Tolkein "history" is that the elves are almost always vastly outnumbered by the orcs but manage to defeat them anyway time and time again.  There has to be something innate to them that makes this possible.


Keeping in mind that it's been a while since I cared about the nitty-gritty of Tolkien:

* Weren't the orcs explicitly fallen, bastardized elves?
* Longbows == Haxxors in medieval battles:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Agincourthttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Crecyhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Poitiers.  They're a royal pain to train for (If you want a longbowman, start with his grandfather), but haxxors.
 
2014-01-06 02:50:13 PM  

Anne.Uumellmahaye: As the mom of two littles I'd like to take this opportunity to say that Frozen sucked ass and I'm dreading whatever holiday it comes out on DVD and pre-cursing whichever farking relative of mine will buy it for my kids.


Do what my parents did. I saw maybe two Disney animated movies my whole life. I saw Pinochio and The Fox and the Hound. They sucked. I was raised on Star Wars, Raiders, Alien, Jaws, etc. I can't stand animated movies to this day.
 
2014-01-06 03:05:27 PM  

Mugato: Anne.Uumellmahaye: As the mom of two littles I'd like to take this opportunity to say that Frozen sucked ass and I'm dreading whatever holiday it comes out on DVD and pre-cursing whichever farking relative of mine will buy it for my kids.

Do what my parents did. I saw maybe two Disney animated movies my whole life. I saw Pinochio and The Fox and the Hound. They sucked. I was raised on Star Wars, Raiders, Alien, Jaws, etc. I can't stand animated movies to this day.


(Sassy southern accent) You were brought up right.

We just watched Raiders this morning. They took it quite well for 4 year olds. LIKE MEN.
 
2014-01-06 03:46:02 PM  

Anne.Uumellmahaye: We just watched Raiders this morning. They took it quite well for 4 year olds. LIKE MEN.


I watched it about that age. I have a crippling fear of snakes now but it's not necessarily from that. Better than being raised on  Elton John or Billy Joel or whoever the fark singing as cartoon animals.
 
2014-01-06 07:32:10 PM  

Anne.Uumellmahaye: As the mom of two littles I'd like to take this opportunity to say that Frozen sucked ass and I'm dreading whatever holiday it comes out on DVD and pre-cursing whichever farking relative of mine will buy it for my kids.


I dont know who hurt you, but i hope you get better some day, and learn to love the best animated movie in some years
 
2014-01-07 12:55:51 AM  

Persnickety: bill4935: RenownedCurator: The Hobbit was fun to watch as long as I repressed all thought of the source material and pretended it was an original fantasy movie. Better paced than the first one, and without quite so many logic-defying escapes (seriously, the distance the dwarves fell in the goblin caves -- their bones would have had to be made of titanium to walk away from that). I didn't care for the Lake Town as a proto-Stalinist hellhole, though. Why are we supposed to be concerned about Smaug wiping out the Lake Towners if every one of them except Bard is either a greedy dictator or low-level spy?

Because he has young children. I'm convinced that's the only reason they were added to the story. (Plus it let them add more female characters to the movie.)

Regarding the titanium bones thing, that's the good part about a fantasy movie. Suspending your disbelief is easy. Some traumatic event occurs where (illogically) every main character survives unharmed or only mildly shaken, and I can just think to myself, "oh, a wizard did it." And yep, there was a wizard there the whole time.

Just because we didn't see him cast a "Feather Fall" spell doesn't mean he didn't. Wizards don't like gravity/physics/combustion to do anything without their "help". As a child, I would have glossed right over all the dwarf battering and elf gymnastics in the movie without even noticing how improbable they all were. As an adult, I have to consciously remind myself that it's all heroic and magical (beyond the limits of human endurance or ability) on purpose.

People forget that it's elves, dwarves and orcs we're talking about, not humans. Who's to say these types of things are not possible for them?  Frankly, one of the problems with Tolkein "history" is that the elves are almost always vastly outnumbered by the orcs but manage to defeat them anyway time and time again.  There has to be something innate to them that makes this possible.


Fair enough -- elves are immortal unless they're killed and dwarves can easily make 250 years old, so it makes sense that they're made of pretty tough material. (I did enjoy the moment where Legolas is astounded to realize that he has a nosebleed. Obviously doesn't happen often). I think part of it for me is just getting annoyed with Jackson's propensity for putting enormous, horrifying falls (or potential falls) into situations which didn't have them originally and were already tense enough without them. And yeah, I can see him thinking he has to make us care about the Lake Towners and writing in Bard's children as a fix to that.
 
2014-01-07 12:58:08 AM  

Mugato: Anne.Uumellmahaye: As the mom of two littles I'd like to take this opportunity to say that Frozen sucked ass and I'm dreading whatever holiday it comes out on DVD and pre-cursing whichever farking relative of mine will buy it for my kids.

Do what my parents did. I saw maybe two Disney animated movies my whole life. I saw Pinochio and The Fox and the Hound. They sucked. I was raised on Star Wars, Raiders, Alien, Jaws, etc. I can't stand animated movies to this day.


Oh look, the guy  who thinks if it's animated, it's automatically for kids. (Not saying Frozen isn't, although I wouldn't qualify it as "kids movie" either, but family movie).
 
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