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I have decided that my niche for Flixist will be complaining about they don't make musicals like they used to these days. I assure you it's not just because I'm a millennial with terrible taste in  music (Hello the 3 peo...   read

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I think I may have finally figured out why every live-action Disney reboot has a been a disappointment. Despite some strong efforts, genuinely stunning performances, and even Christopher Walken as a giant orangutan, thes...   read

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Flixist readers, you are in for an absolute treat (re: tragedy) because today I get to write a little history lesson. The first image from Steven Spielberg's 2020 remake of West Side Story released this week, featuring o...   read
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Comedy sequels remain one of the toughest nuts to crack in Hollywood because of their deceptive difficulty. A joke makes you laugh the most the first time you hear it, and a comedy sequel, or the bad ones at least, is like th...   read

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Never doubt DC's ability to shoot itself in the foot. With those other guys in a definite lull period now and their  two most recent movies being fun and successful, the house that Superman built is ready to get back to ...   read

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  Watch Video It was bound to happen, but Pixar seems to be receiving more criticism as of late. Notwithstanding the very necessary changes at the top, there's been mounting concerns about the amount of sequels (albeit not always direct o...   read

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  Watch Video It's kinda surreal to think that Jaws at one time held the title for scariest thing in America. That shark was so effective at freaking people out the actual shark population declined by a whole lot as a result. In the ...   read

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There's this weird scene in the trailer for the 1996 live-action 101 Dalmatians. Besides how weirdly terrible all 90s movie trailers are, all-time Disney great villain Cruella De Vil gets kicked by a horse into a vat of manur...   read

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Luke Hemsworth is like a less attractive, less successful Chris Hemsworth. Kevin Hart is like a less funny, unfortunately more successful Tiffany Haddish. Thankfully, this article will be talking about the better parts of bot...   read

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It's surprisingly enjoyable to see a show's production slowly develop. From initial announcements, to talent hirings, the first trailer, and finally the inevitable release all help build up the small hype train we all have in...   read

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  Watch Video Anyone with eyeballs needs to see every Laika movie, no questions asked. After personally being enlightened with Paranorman, there was no question about the studio's status as unparalleled stop-motion masters. Even more excit...   read
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Suicide Squad 2, in actuality a reboot now called The Suicide Squad, has only gained momentum after the oddly amusing tire fire that was the original. The brightest spot of the first movie, Margot Robbie, is returni...   read

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  Watch Video Blumhouse has been Hollywood's horror cash darling ever since Paranormal Activity, but James Wan and his Atomic Monster company have churned out gangbuster hits too within their Conjuring Universe. Starting with the The Conj...   read

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Now that Disney has consumed 21st Century Fox, we wait for Disney to strangle the life out of any potentially bankable franchise Fox owns. It'll be like Prometheus, but on purpose. However, before we see Juno the Animated Ser...   read

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The greatest lesson from Youtube is that even a company as rich and smart as Google can absolutely still fail on an incredible level. The world's largest video site has been a comedy of errors in how not to build a brand, com...   read

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Being a filthy millennial, Ewoks are relegated to the past, largely seen as cynical additions to sell stuffed animals and foreshadow the Lucasing of the Star Wars. Most surprisingly, the Ewoks have appeared in four separ...   read

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DC finally has at least a couple movies that are actually fun and worth watching now, in two markedly different ways. Wonder Woman straight up rocked and is probably the best female-led superhero movie ever, while Aquama...   read

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Mike Judge played second fiddle for a while in his career. After outright producing the work of the devil, Judge's King of the Hill, while wildly successful and lasting 13 seasons, would be also-ran to The Simpsons and then F...   read

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  Watch Video Cults are endlessly fascinating from beginning to end, morphing from friendly to freaky with liberal amounts of insanity usually. Cults and their charismatic leaders have always been prime movie fodder because the cults are ...   read

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Sylvester Stallone's name is attached to not one, but two wildly successful, popular, and uneven  series in the two R's: Rambo and Rocky. The development course of each series has been erratic and encouraging all at the ...   read

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Welcome one and all to Flixist's new end of the year awards program, the Golden Cages! With Hollywood becoming increasingly out of touch with what the people like, we at Flixist have taken it upon ourselves to deliver th...   read

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  Watch Video The always impeccable Octavia Spencer is taking a detour from high-minded monster movies to take a trip to slasher horror, with Spencer being the horror. Newly announced with a fresh trailer dropping today and already r...   read

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  Watch Video A new trailer for the upcoming DC Universe TV show Doom Patrol dropped today and it’s about as dysfunctional as the team it’s talking about. The trailer shows the Patrol in a decidedly comedic light, with the tea...   read

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Nothing is better than when two giant companies go at it. It's generally more prudent to focus on how companies are treating their customers because we're real people who feel the effects the most when a business makes a big ...   read

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We've already reached the point where subscribing to different streaming services is basically like choosing what channels you want in your cable package, except for the fact that they offer more content for less money and ar...   read

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The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen wasn't all bad. There was that inside out looking Hyde mosnter, a neat effect with John Dorian, and Sean Connery being utterly exasperated at how this would be the movie that made him qui...   read

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It's hard to exaggerate Disney's immense wealth, power and influence. What started as hand drawn cartoons is now a conglomerate who can probably buy two or three countries. It's like Hydra (which they also bought,) but we all...   read

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  Watch Video Thanks to being in the realm of public domain, the Robin Hood story has quite the storied history in movies. Robin Hood was the first WB film to use technicolour. It got the Disney treatment. Russell Crowe, doing as he always...   read
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James Cameron is a man on a very strange mission: flood the world with enough Avatar media in hopes that when the workhorse of a director reveals he's really an alien with blue skin, we'll still love and accept him....   read

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The most unfortunate thing about David Spade's career is he's probably most known as that guy who shows up in all the Adam Sandler movies. That in itself is not a bad thing, Sandler has had some banger movies, but it discount...   read

 

About Bradley Sextonone of us since 8:44 PM on 05.23.2018

Every Oscars, I try to name every single movie during the montages. I've yet to succeed but I'm still trying!
 
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