OT: 2021 Movies

I thought I would go ahead and start a catch-all thread for movies we watched/are looking forward to this year:

Godzilla vs. Kong

Mortal Kombat (Red Band):

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Dune looks totally tits, though I am a sucker for the old movie. Any of the marvel ones if they do not get delayed again. I am sure there will be some other good ones too

I can imagine no more rewarding a career. And any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile, I think can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction:
“I served in the United States Navy"

KCCO

I'm totally pumped for Dune, bought the set of books to read before it's outz

Where's the beef?

I read them decades ago, need to dig them out if a rubbermaid and dust them off to read again

I can imagine no more rewarding a career. And any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile, I think can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction:
“I served in the United States Navy"

KCCO

Me when finding out the new Dune movies would be delayed due to COVID-19:

So looking forward to this

Dont worry, this one only kills animals

I can imagine no more rewarding a career. And any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile, I think can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction:
“I served in the United States Navy"

KCCO

Halloween Kills in horror season will be interesting. I thought the last movie was good and will be interested to see if they can recapture that magic.

Actors will need wheelchairs for real by the time Avatar 2 comes out.

I wish they would try to focus on more comedies and simple movies since the box office is shaky.

Edit: almost forgot French's fav Maverick

"A person is smart. People are dumb, panicky dangerous animals and you know it." - K

Halloween Kills? Are they making a new Michael Meyers movie? The last one was so good and so brutal, why make another?

Where's the beef?

Yes, the one in 2018 was the first of a trilogy. That was one was so good, as you said, it'll be hard to top.

I don't know what a Hokie is, but God is one of them!

Still not sure how they are doing a sequel to Avatar. Didn't the colonial marines nuke the site from orbit at the direction of the company? After all it was the only way to be sure.

As a sucker for the original back in the 90s, I can not wait for Mortal Kombat to hit HBO Max. It looks like are going MK gore fest, and Hiroyuki Sanada as Scorpion, and it looks like Sub Zero is going to be suitably awesome. I'm in

The only thing that trailer needed for my inner teenager was the original theme song, still of the greatest movie themes ever.

I'm hoping they can get it right with Dune. Such a hard movie to make cause the source is so weird. But it has good actors.

I'll watch Mortal Kombat solely because it has Joe Taslim in it. If ya'll haven't seen The Raid: Redemption and enjoy action flicks, check that out.

Yep, I've been following Joe Taslim since The Raid. He is also great in The Night Comes for Us (also with Iko Uwais) and Warrior, so I'm excited that he gets to be Sub-Zero.

Also, if you like action and haven't watched Warrior on HBO Max, please do. Cinemax stopped production on all original programming and if enough people watch it on HBO Max, they might pick up the series. It's based on the original writings of Bruce Lee and the plot centers around the Tongs (think Chinese Mafia) in San Francisco.

I second this post/request

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Mortal kombat looks pretty good, that scene between scorpion and subzero looks pretty damn cool.

I'm patiently waiting for The Green Knight to finally come out... Hopefully it's this year. It looks so good.

I watched Sound of Metal last night and highly recommend it. It stars Riz Ahmed as a drummer that loses his hearing and his journey going forward. The supporting cast includes a lot of members of the deaf and hard of hearing community. The movie is also meant to be watched with subtitles.

OT post. Watched Tin Cup over the weekend. It is one of my all time favorite sports movies. But I am always left wondering how Roy did the next year since he qualified to return to the USA Open.

"A person is smart. People are dumb, panicky dangerous animals and you know it." - K

I don't know, but at least he fixed the shank so he wasn't "shooting chili peppers up Lee Janzen's ass". That's my fav line in the movie.

LOL this is the best thing I could have ever walked into in a 2021 Movies thread 😂

I could dive into a whole Time Cup thread of it's own. What a good movie.

ESPN. The coverage is excellent, you'd be surprised at how much you can pick up.

I can't wait for Godzilla vs. Kong. I've loved all of the reboots thus far and King of the Monsters was an awesome movie as far as I'm concerned. I'm trying to limit my exposure to any trailers because I want to go into it as close to clueless as I can get.

Coming 2 America will also bring back memories

I just mentioned this one a few comments up!

A24 has been making really intriguing films for the past few years. I'm just glad that they finally put a release date on it (I checked just a few days ago)