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1 hour ago by mi-16evil 문화 장관[ M ] - stickied post Synopsis: A rogue submarine captain pulls together a misfit crew to go after a sunken treasure rumored to be lost in the depths of the Black Sea. As greed and desperation take control on board their claustrophobic vessel, the increasing uncertainty of the mission causes the men to turn on each other to fight for their own survival. Director: Kevin Macdonald Jude Law as Captain Robinson Scoot McNairy as Daniels http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2td4ix/official_discussion_black_sea_spoilers/

15 Of The Most Beautiful Cinemas Around The World15 Of The Most Beautiful Cinemas Around The World

I agree with the food (its not bad, but its not good), its just the same counter service stuff (burgers, hot dogs, hot sandwiches) with the price marked up for seated dining. They do make good milkshakes though, and their fries do the trick. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2ta9ed/15_of_the_most_beautiful_cinemas_around_the_world/

Channing Tatum to play "a major role" in Quentin Tarantino's new film 'The Hateful Eight'Channing Tatum to play "a major role" in Quentin Tarantino's new film 'The Hateful Eight'

  (0 children) Definitely agree with you! I binged Twin Peaks for the first time a few months ago and went on this David Lynch kick (somehow I've never actually seen any of his work prior to that moment in my life...). Eraserhead was so creepy but it stuck with me so much. I don't have a child but I am just starting my career life and there are some responsibilities I just do not want to be saddled with so I related so much to the main character. As for the creepy/horror factor of the movie, I can see why Stanley Kubrick screened the movie for the cast and crew of The Shining to "put them in the mood" that he wanted the film to achieve. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2tapvl/the_creepiest_movie_ever_made_did_not_require/

Hugo Weaving in the makeup chair and on set as the Red Skull in "Captain America", 2010. Prosthetic sculptor Shaune Harrison: "The one thing we didn’t want to try and do was the Frank Langella "Skeletor" look from 'Masters of the Universe.'"Hugo Weaving in the makeup chair and on set as the Red Skull in "Captain America", 2010. Prosthetic sculptor Shaune Harrison: "The one thing we didn’t want to try and do was the Frank Langella "Skeletor" look from 'Masters of the Universe.'"

  (0 children) Putting all those prosthetics and layers of makeup on may sound like fun, but to me, I imagine it would be a Fucking nightmare. I'm not really chlosterphobic, but I'd have an anxiety attack from the feeling of being trapped in all that silicon and makeup. Also, think about how hot it would be, especially with all the production lighting beaming directly at you. When Jim Carrey did The Grinch, he compared the feeling to being buried alive. He actually hired a Navy SEAL to help him deal with the pain and anxiety he was experiencing on set. I totally understand why Hugo wouldn't want to do that again. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2tb0gg/hugo_weaving_in_the_makeup_chair_and_on_set_as/

The creepiest movie ever made did not require ghouls, slashers, aliens, or CGI trickery to create a brilliant state of viewer unease. All it required was a single man lost in his own madness. The film in question is Daniel Bourla’s 1974 feature "The Noah".The creepiest movie ever made did not require ghouls, slashers, aliens, or CGI trickery to create a brilliant state of viewer unease. All it required was a single man lost in his own madness. The film in question is Daniel Bourla’s 1974 feature "The Noah".

  (13 children) Good for Channing Tatum. Did anybody watch the Actor's Roundtable this year that THR did? There was this great moment where Benedict Cumberbatch was asked a question about Alan Turing, and he went into a long, eloquent, and seemingly unprepared story about some of the work of Turing, his personal life, and his own preparation for the role. He made quite a few statements that showed how well-read and intelligent Cumberbatch is, and how much intellectually he puts into his acting. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2tam5t/channing_tatum_to_play_a_major_role_in_quentin/

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