I’ve been noticing here lately I’ve been losing likes off of my newer post that I’ve been posting on here I usually get around 40-55 likes per movie I post now I’m getting around 22-35 if that little less then 35.
Bring Home the Final Chapter in the APES Trilogy on Digital October 10th and on
4K Ultra HD™, 3D Blu-ray™, Blu-ray and DVD on October 24 2017
Special features include exclusive deleted scenes with optional audio commentary by director Matt Reeves, behind-the-scenes featurettes, including “All About Caesar,” which focuses on Andy Serkis and his incredible performances through the three films as Caesar, bringing his character and his journey to life. Additionally, the digital version of the film includes 10 Scene Comparisons, showing a side-by-side exploration of the actors’ performance captures above the final scenes in the film.
WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES Digital Special Features Include: • Scene Comparisons (10 Scenes) – Side-by-side comparison showing performance capture above the final scene.
WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES DVD Special Features Include:
• “All About Caesar” Featurette • Audio Commentary by Matt Reeves • Concept Art Gallery
WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES Blu-ray Special Features Include:
• Deleted Scenes with Optional Audio Commentary by Matt Reeves
o Barrier Wall
o “I Owe You One”
o “A Great Man”
o “Do Not Lose Hope”
o The Colonel’s Speech
o Malcolm and the Dinosaurs
o “I Am Like Koba”
o “Waging War for the Planet of the Apes” – In-depth documentary on the making of WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES
o “All About Caesar”
o “WETA: Pushing Boundaries”
o “Music for Apes”
o “Apes: The Meaning of it All”
o “The Apes Saga: An Homage”
• Concept Art Gallery • Audio Commentary by Matt Reeves #planetoftheapes#warfortheplanetoftheapes#movies#dvdcollection#bluraycollection#bluray
So I was going to leave, and I still am. But this Cinewalrus: the Untold Story stuff is taking longer than I anticipated. So here's a little list to tide everyone over until the next part comes out.
Favourite movie from each year of the Century:
I still have a lot of movies to watch. So if you get all angry because something isn't here that you want to be here, there's a good chance I just haven't seen it. But come to think of it, if you're one of those people: fuck off. It's my list.
Year: Movie (2 honourable mentions)
2000: American Psycho (Memento, Unbreakable)
2001: The Lord of the Rings: the Fellowship of the Ring (Donnie Darko, Monsters Inc.)
2002: Punch-Drunk Love (Adaptation, Insomnia)
2003: Big Fish (Kill Bill: Vol 1, Return of the King)
2004: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Spider-Man 2)
2005: Wallace and Grommet: the Curse of the Warerabbit (Batman Begins, Capote)
2006: Children of Men (Pan's Labyrinth, the Prestige)
2007: No Country for Old Men (Sweeney Todd: the Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Juno)
2008: Synecdoche, New York (WALL-E, The Dark Knight)
2009: Coraline (Mary and Max, Moon)
2010: Inception (the Social Network, Incendies)
2011: Hugo (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, 50/50)
2012: Life of Pi (Looper, Les Misérables)
2013: Her (Prisoners, Enemy)
2014: Whiplash (Nightcrawler, Birdman)
2015: Ex Machina (Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, the Revenant)
2016: Arrival (Nocturnal Animals, Swiss Army Man)
2017 so far: Blade Runner 2049 (War for the Planet of the Apes, Raw)
31 Days of Horror: Day 22 (Part II)
"All Hallows Eve" (2013)
Onto the second feature of the night!
Next up, an extremely underrated horror anthology film.
I saw it for the first time last year and immediately fell in love. .
Have you seen it? What are you watching tonight?
I want to wish a huge happy birthday to Spike Jonze! He has made some of the most beautiful and most original films I've ever seen. Her is my all time favorite movie ever. It's a film that will always hold a special place in my heart and will most likely remain my favorite always. It's the first film that genuinely had an impact on me. The primary reason I got into film was because of the bad place I was in four years ago. I hooked onto Netflix and watched movies simply for distraction but not only until then did I realize how beautiful and important film can be. Her is what really changed the way I saw movies and it really helped me through what I was going through at the time. I couldn't thank Spike Jonze enough for making such a beautiful film that helped me in such a dark time. Not only Her but Being John Malkovich and Adaptation are films that stand out from all the films I've ever seen and I love how original and incredible they are. I can't wait to see what else he does ❤❤ #SpikeJonze#HappyBirthday#Her#BeingJohnMalkovich#Adaptation#Film#Thankyou#FilmCommunity#Bluray#BlurayCollector#BlurayCollection#Cinephile#Film#Criterion
I’ve never thought about purchasing a season of anything on Netflix. However I couldn’t pass up this set for Stranger Things. The presentation is just great. They really know the strength of the show lies in its ties to the 80s. Can’t say enough about how much I love this set!