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  1. Disney is holding off on production until after Gunn has finished Suicide Squad 2 according to Deadline.
  2. Personally, I think they should put The X-Men in it's own corner. Retconning them into existence just doesn't work. Fantastic Four and Latveria are much easier. Saying that there's always been a group of people that are hated and feared is much harder. As someone who has read X-Men for years, the thing that makes X-Men is that it's an ensemble piece and if one thing most X-Men films fails at, it's how many characters are just in the background. So, real talk, Disney should skip doing X-Men as just films. They have Disney+, they have Hulu, they have multiple Cable Networks, just do a series. Do multiple series. X-Men is a soap opera. Embrace it.
  3. Disney's takeover of 21st Century Fox is set to close on March 20th.
  4. The Great Muppet Caper: Always a load of fun and I somehow forgot that Diane Rigg played Lady Holiday! Captain Marvel: I highly enjoyed it. There are a couple of places that it drags but, overall, I had fun! Films: 20 MST3K/Rifftrax Assisted: 2
  5. I pointed it out to someone online: The crossover usually happens Episode 8 or 9 of the season and this is going to be a 10 episode season.
  6. Idris Elba is replacing Will Smith as Deadshot in the Suicide Squad sequel.
  7. James and I are staying at Hannah's place so I'm not sure on proximity to there. I would be up for The Room more than Rocky Horror. I'm also going to bringing a list of some bad movies with me in case anyone wants to watch one. Also, Mike, if there are any panels you'd like me to record for you, let me know. Otherwise just going to record whatever I end up hitting up.
  8. Luke Perry has died of a stroke. He was 52.
  9. I did and I know it's working off notes from Jim Henson but from what I've read, not really intrigued.
  10. Depending, Disney can just release it as an exclusive to Disney+ or, more likely, Hulu.
  11. X-Men: I decided to try and watch all of the X films leading up to Dark Phoenix coming out. It's better than the first time I watched it but most of the characters are just kinda there. The Dark Crystal: Despite loving Jim Henson and fantasy films, I have somehow went my entire life without seeing this. It's very visually wonderful. I'm less enamored with the story but it's also an 80s fantasy film so it is what it is. Crazy Rich Asians: I love RomComs. Definitely one of the best I've seen in recent history. All the subplots work well and most of the character just work really well. Special attention to Constance Wu, Awkwafina, and Michelle Yeoh who should have definitely gotten nominated for an Oscar here. The Hunger Games: Josh Hutcherson doesn't get enough credit for how charming he is the entire movie. Big Hero 6: Actually watched this after the Super Bowl and completely forgot to include it on the list. Enjoyable. Films: 18 MST3K/Rifftrax Assisted: 2
  12. Empire Records, The Strangers, Space Station 76.
  13. If Avengers Endgame wasn't out this year, I'd say this is going to be the highest grossing film of the year. The kids are going to want to see it, their parents who grew up with Pokemon/liked Deadpool are going to want to see it, and then you have everyone between.
  14. The Dressmaker: Some solid Kate Winslet acting in a very enjoyable film about dressmaking, revenge, and small towns. Add in one of the lesser Hemsworth brothers and Judy Davis plus Hugo Weaving in a hilarious role and this is easily a keeper. Ocean's 8: I saw this when I was drink last year and enjoyed it. I saw it sober and I absolutely loved it. Definitely deserved better than it got at the box office. Films: 13 MST3K/Rifftrax Assisted: 2
  15. It's your birthday! Have some cake. Or a drink. Or both.
  16. The problem is that a lot of Elijah Wood's interesting work of the last few years is on television. Still, The Good Son or The War for early career, Everything is Illuminated for mid, and I Don't Feel At Home In This World Anymre for recent. That said, if you feel like bending the rules, Over The Garden Wall's 10 segments run about the length of a movie.
  17. The Great Muppet Caper works on so many levels. It's The Muppets playing The Muppets playing characters that share their names with The Muppets. It has the meta moments but is also allowed to be it's own thing.
  18. The Muppets: Nearly the best Muppet movie. It works so well. Yu-Gi-Oh: The Dark Side of Dimensions: This is two hours long. Why? Films: 11 MST3K/Rifftrax Assisted: 2
  19. I know you can rent it off of Amazon. The problen is there aren't many streaming services that do foreign language films. If you have a library card, your library might do Hoopla which does appear to have it.
  20. Mike, have you ever watched La Cage Aux Folles, the movie The Birdcage is based off of?
  21. Hulu has picked up four Marvel animated programs: MODOK (executive produced by Patton Oswalt), Hit-Monkey (produced by Josh Gordon and Will Speck), Tigra & Dazzler (produced by Chelsea Handler), and Howard the Duck (produced by Kevin Smith).
  22. Scooby-Doo and the Curse of the 13th Ghost: I am a big fan of The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo and I'm glad to have some resolution after all these years. It also helps that Daphne and Fred both get some major characterization in this one. Happy Death Day: I wrote this off when it came out as just another cheap slasher. I'm glad so many people told me how good it was. I enjoyed myself greatly! Films: 9 MST3K/Rifftrax Assisted: 2