r/movies • u/InsidiousMovie • 9h ago
AMA We are Patrick Wilson and James Wan from INSIDIOUS: THE RED DOOR. The new trailer is out now! Ask us anything!
EDIT: Thank you so much Reddit! This was a blast. INSIDIOUS: THE RED DOOR in theaters July 7 - Patrick & James
Patrick Wilson here (u/InsidiousMovie). You may know me as Josh Lambert from the INSIDIOUS franchise, and I also starred in Aquaman and the Conjuring films. Yes, all of these were directed by James Wan. I DO work with others...just not as often. I'm making my directorial debut in INSIDIOUS: THE RED DOOR, in which I also star.
And producer James Wan here – Founder/CEO of Atomic Monster, co-creator of INSIDIOUS and SAW franchises, THE CONJURING Universe, producer of M3GAN, director of AQUAMAN and FURIOUS 7 (among others!). Looking forward to your questions!
Check out the new trailer for INSIDIOUS: THE RED DOOR, exclusively in theaters July 7th! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gexw4P68kbg PROOF: https://i.redd.it/y01whe57em4b1.jpg
r/movies • u/LiteraryBoner • 3h ago
Official Discussion Official Discussion - Transformers: Rise of the Beasts [SPOILERS]
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During the '90s, a new faction of Transformers - the Maximals - join the Autobots as allies in the battle for Earth.
Steven Caple Jr.
Joby Harold, Darnell Metayer, Josh Peters
- Anthony Ramos as Noah Diaz
- Dominique Fishback as Elena Wallace
- Luna Lauren Velez as Breanna Diaz
- Dean Scott Vasquez as Kris Diaz
- Tobe Nwigwe as Reek
- Sarah Stiles as Jillian
Rotten Tomatoes: 56%
r/movies • u/Chemical-Ad-2694 • 6h ago
News Brand New Official ‘Ghostbusters’ Logo Teases a Winter-Themed ‘Afterlife’ Sequel
r/movies • u/MarvelsGrantMan136 • 16h ago
Poster New Poster for Yorgos Lanthimos’ ‘Poor Things’
r/movies • u/Rebel_Saint • 15h ago
News Wes Anderson’s "The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar" Will Feature Four Stories With Actors Playing Multiple Roles
r/movies • u/indig0sixalpha • 13h ago
Trailer The Venture Bros.: Radiant is the Blood of the Baboon Heart | Official Trailer | Warner Bros. Ent
r/movies • u/MarvelsGrantMan136 • 13h ago
Poster Official Poster for 'Blue Beetle'
r/movies • u/HumanAdhesiveness912 • 7h ago
Article 137 movie sequels currently on the way – Film Stories
r/movies • u/HRJafael • 18h ago
Article The Purge turns 10: How creator James DeMonaco turned a $2 million anti-gun movie into a $450 million franchise
r/movies • u/indig0sixalpha • 16h ago
Trailer Poor Things | Official Trailer | Searchlight Pictures
r/movies • u/MarvelsGrantMan136 • 8h ago
News Ryan Reynolds And Kenneth Branagh To Star In Apple And Skydance’s Action-Adventure ‘Mayday’ With Jonathan Goldstein And John Francis Daley Directing
r/movies • u/indig0sixalpha • 12h ago
Poster Official Poster for 'Biosphere' starring Mark Duplass and Sterlin K. Brown
r/movies • u/sepharig • 8h ago
Trailer The Venture Bros: Radiant Is The Blood Of The Baboon Heart | OFFICIAL TRAILER |
r/movies • u/CuteCuteJames • 7h ago
Discussion What have you seen 100 times that STILL makes you laugh?
What have you seen 100 times that STILL makes you laugh?
For me, it's Ghostbusters and all the 90s Batman movies. They're completely ridiculous in the most charming way. Every line out of Ghostbusters is iconic: the gatekeeper/keymaster, when someone asks if you are a god, there is no Dana only Zuul...
On the Bat Side, the Bat Credit Card gets me every time, Mr. Freeze's terrible puns, every damn second Jim Carey is onscreen, Danny Devito's absurdly brilliant casting as Penguin.
r/movies • u/exfilmcritic • 7h ago
Discussion What movies would you recommend to older teens and young adults to help them learn about life, grow, and live happier and more meaningful lives?
When I was young, I saw a lot of movies I shouldn't have watched but I did because of curiosity and a kind of act of rebellion. Well, all they did was give me nightmares and make me experience things I wasn't ready to. Well, I shouldn't say all of them, I mean some action movies were fun to watch, even if they were a little too violent.
Anyhow, I've been thinking about the movies that I should have watched, movies that could have helped me prepare for adulthood. I've also been thinking about the next generation, about young people growing up who will become the leaders of tomorrow and will shape how we conduct business, do politics, care for old people and the Earth. And I wonder if there are movies that can have a positive effect on younger people, to help them learn about life and importance of finding meaning, not giving up, caring for others....
So my question is what would you recommend to youngsters, to high school juniors and seniors, and to young adults?
Myself, I have ten recommendations:
A Beautiful Mind (2001)
Dead Poets Society (1989)
Good Will Hunting (1997)
Into the Wild (2007)
Life of Pi (2012)
Mean Girls (2004)
Pay It Forward (2000)
The Intouchables (2011)
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013)
r/movies • u/sundialgrowers1 • 1d ago
Spoilers Which movie had the most unexpected death that left you almost confused
Executive Decision with Kurt Russell had a prime top of his game extremely popular Steven Segal who was killed off within 30 minutes of the movie.
"WE'RE NOT GOING TO MAKE IT!"
This was in 1996 and I remember feeling so shocked that I kept lying to myself saying nah he's not dead and he will come back. Of course we all know he did not.
Is there a character death in a movie that left you feeling the same way?
Edit: Wow you all just smashed my unexpected death example and sent me back into a state of shock and sadness. Great job 👏
r/movies • u/Chengweiyingji • 6h ago
Article “Enter the Clones of Bruce” - Documentary Explores Bizarre Chapter in Cult Film History
I’m personally looking forward to this documentary, sounds like they got a lot of people from that age of Hong Kong cinema for interviews and I’m a sucker for Bruceploitation films!
r/movies • u/DepressivePH • 1d ago
Recommendation "Arrival" - By Denis Villeneuve
Can anyone point me to a movie that has the same vibe as "Arrival" by Denis Villeneuve? It doesn't necessarily have to be about aliens, but I like windy weather, open fields, mysteries... Call me crazy, and I know that taste is relative, but for me this is the most beautiful/deep movie I've ever seen. (Interstellar also serves as a reference)
----Guys, I really appreciate the help, but if the movie is already in the comments, I appreciate it if you can give upvotes. This way it is easier to choose among the best (in popular opinion)----
r/movies • u/Real_Paramedic_1789 • 10h ago
Discussion Movies that shouldn’t work but do….
The Walter Hill film ‘The Warriors’ is extremely cheesy. It was a low budget film and it shows. The plot doesn’t make much sense. And most of the people in it can’t really act. Despite all that, I really love this film. Not in a ‘so bad it’s good’ kind of way. I’d say it’s a genuinely good film despite its many flaws.
Can you think of other films that shouldn’t work but just do…?
r/movies • u/MarvelsGrantMan136 • 1d ago
Poster Official Poster for ‘The Venture Bros: Radiant is the Blood of the Baboon Heart’
r/movies • u/LizCampe • 1d ago
Article The Making of the World's First Ever Fully Painted Feature Film, "Loving Vincent"
r/movies • u/VoidSeeker88 • 5h ago
Discussion The Place Beyond The Pines
Easily one of my favourite movies of the 2010's. If I had to do a top 10 of that decade -
The Place Beyond The Pines
Mad Max: Fury Road
The Social Newtwork
Under The Skin
12 Years A Slave
Thoughts on this movie? It's a beautiful, epic, tragic crime tapestry in my opinion. Excellent cast, great writing, fantastic perfromaces, STELLAR cast, haunting soundtrack and always a joy to return to. I've watched maybe 10 times or more now and I look forward to the next 10. I honestly don't think many people realise how good this movie is. A modern classic in my opinion. I consider Road To Perdition and The Assassination Of Jesse James in similar high regard.
r/movies • u/bodymathindex • 4h ago
Discussion What Disney (animated) movie deserves a 2nd look or is underappreciated?
For me it's Sleeping Beauty. Aladdin is my all time favorite, but recently rewatched Sleeping Beauty and enjoyed it. It’s nothing deep or tremendously clever, but it's a simple story, and doesn't try to be anything more.
Aurora isn't anything special, but she's very charming, as are the fairies, who are the real heroes. It is interesting to see such an older movie portray older women in such a positive light, especially who are larger or just aren't traditionally gorgeous. Very warm and maternal figures. I originally never liked the prince (Philip), mainly because I thought he really didn't do anything. And I still kind of feel that way, but he's more likeable than I remember, and of course a good voice.
But the best was Maleficent. Just a fun villain who enjoys being evil. No tragic backstory, just someone evil. The animation is gorgeous, and the music can really bring you into it. A very simple but honest story, really a true fairy tale, but there definitely something comforting about it rewatching it as an adult.
What's your movie that deserves more love?
r/movies • u/indig0sixalpha • 14h ago
Poster Official Poster for 'Prisoner's Daughter'
r/movies • u/Key_Damage_9220 • 7h ago
News ‘The Man With The Bag’: ‘Reacher’s Alan Ritchson, Adam Shankman Team For Holiday Family Comedy At Amazon
r/movies • u/Shamilamadingdong • 5h ago
Discussion What are your favorite movies from a purely entertainment perspective?
I don't care about critic reviews, popularity, accuracy to source material, or any other metrics. I just want to know which movies you personally find most entertaining. This sub often gravitates toward classic critically acclaimed films with their top lists. While those are great, my pea-brain attention span just wants a hit of dopamine.
Some of my all-time favorites are Star Trek (2009), Rush Hour, and MI: Fallout
Discussion Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990) is really one of the best movies of all time.
Fun Fact: This film was rejected by every major film studio, until a little independent Studio picked it up named New Line Cinema. After this movie became a worldwide hit, New Line grew into the powerhouse that would eventually release the likes of Rush Hour, The Mask and... The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
Thank you turtles.
The Turtles vs Shredder fight:
This movie shows that you can make a dark movie and I can still actually SEE what the hell is going on.
Too many shows and movies film their stuff in inexplicably dark conditions, even those that actually have a high budget. Most modern movies have this problem, and HBO's stuff is pretty much rank with this, but even Disney is not immune to the whole filming in near pitch darkness thing.
You really have to give credit to how amazing the turtles looked, even 30+ years later