Beasts of No Nation (2015) - IMDb
Netflix owned movie wanting to have a theather and streaming release. making some headlines because theaters are refusing to sameday release.
Last edited by Harfle; 03-05-2015 at 07:03 AM.
that was dope, i fucking love idris elba no homo, these netflix made movies/series are actually some of the best ive seen.
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I can't think of many trailers that are even remotely that intense. And Youtube comments never fail to disgust. ugh the ignorance is astounding.
movie is out on netflix oct 16th (this weekend). looks goddamn amazing, esp idris elba
For some reason I thought this was a series. I didn't realize Netflix was doing movies now.
Netflix is starting to surpass HBO at this rate.
House of Cards - - awesome
Hemlock Grove - shit
Orange Is the New Black - awesome
Marco Polo - shit
Bloodline - haven't seen
Marvel's Daredevil - awesome
Between - haven't seen
Sense8 - haven't seen
Club de Cuervos - haven't seen
Narcos - awesome
BoJack Horseman - awesome
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt - awesome
Grace and Frankie - haven't seen
Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp - alright I guess
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Saw ads for this, looking forward to watching it. Love me some Idris Elba and child soldiers are so damn spooky.
Equally brilliant and disturbing. I think this proves that Cary Fukunaga was the real reason True Detective Season 1 was awesome. Suck a dick, Nic Pizzolatto.
cary is the bomb. glad he pulled out of IT
Yea gotta disagree on Marco Polo since I personally enjoyed it, but will echo the other responses here that Bloodline is a great series.
The tell me more about your culture aspect of Marco Polo was a bit heavy handed but overall I enjoyed the show.
Sense 8 has an interesting concept but god damn is it slow to get in gear (people are surprised to see thru others eyes for the entire season) and the gay/trans thing was coated so thick it's barely tolerable after a while.
Blind man ninja training in Marco Polo is too much.
Almost as bad as Gotham villain killing people with balloons.
I liked Marco Polo, but I can see why others wouldn't. Had some pretty campy Kung Fu movie aspects, but I love Kung Fu movies..so meh. But overall acting was really good, sets were amazing, and when the story didn't roll off into Kung Fu, when it was mainly historical drama about Kublai Khan? Show was fantastic...Kublai was definitely the highlight of the show, fuck Marco Polo himself.
Marco Polo is essentially Crouching Tiger meets Rome. It works for me because I like, as said, the whole Kung Fu theme some of it had. But yes, that shit is serious camp, you need to have an acquired taste for it.
Oh SHIT I just realized Khublai was in The Martian lolol.... kept bugging me where I'd seen that head of JPL before; he was Khublai in Marco Polo!
Automatically disqualified for the oscars then. Unless they screened in LA for seven days at some point that Im not aware of.
It is just the major chains that are butthurt. I'm pretty sure this film will make the rounds in the Indie/Arthouse theaters.
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Great acting, really gritty and disturbing story, Idris Elba. Only problem I have with this movie is it didn't seem to want to tell a complete story. It ends very abruptly and there was very little meaningful character development outside of Agu.
Agu's arc is that, the death of his family and forced service with stringer, left him marked in his mind, and the final conversation illustrates that. there is no moral to the story or point. which is entirely the point of the movie and book its based on.
also this is entirely agu's narrated pov story. the other characters don't require or have arcs.
I know what it was about, and I get that it was the story of Agu, but it still felt a little flat at the end.
did you want him to find his mother and have 'that scene' where they run along the beach to embrace eachother?
Nope. Agu is fucked for life.
That would have made it way worse. No.
This very much had a Thin Red Line feel to it.
The Agu mother scene was a lot more holy shit than Agu's first kill to me.
I give the movie 2 stars. It felt like it was a bit stretched out more than it should have been.
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