Daily Discussion

Yes, I’m talking about the box office. But, yes, I’m also asking who would win in a fight between Iron Man and Batman.

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Even though story details recently emerged, no one really knows much about this film, yet everyone seems to be on the edge of their seat. Is it just because of Nolan?

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Is it finally time to kill off Jigsaw? Three films after killing off Jigsaw?

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I’m going to toss out a bunch of numbers, you’re going to pretend to know what math is, and we’re all going to agree that Avatar is going to make more than you do at your job.

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MethodActing

Have we gone from yelling, “Stella!” to the heavens to sarcastically smirking? Are our actors faking it?

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BestOfdiscussion

Every publication (including this one) is stuffing their Best Of lists down your throat. The Rejects want to turn the tables and ask what YOU think the best movies of the decade were. Give your (adjusted for inflation) three cents inside…

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TarantinoGreenLantern

Quentin Tarantino turned down a chance to make The Green Lantern, but that doesn’t mean we can’t imagine how he would have made it.

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YellowSubmarine

Robert Zemeckis is moving forward with his remake of a movie based on one of the lesser works of pop icons who didn’t even appear in the first film. Explain to me why this is relevant.

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VacationSequelQuestion

Sometimes I feel like I’m just getting back from Wally World. I’m tired, irritable, and there’s an unseasonably high urine count in my sandwiches.  But with the news that Chevy Chase and Beverly D’Angelo are teaming up for a Superbowl commercial, I have to wonder if we should really be saving up for a real family vacation. Don’t get me wrong. I love Superbowl commercials because 1) they are a colossal let down and 2) I’m usually watching the Puppy Bowl instead (after the NFC championship, don’t we sort of already know who’s going to win the Superbowl?), but I would much rather see that dynamic duo hit the big screen again. I know I’m usually pretty negative toward the lack of creativity that this decade will be marred by, but if we’re in for a penny, why not be in for a pound? Let’s just sequelize everything. All of it. Some possible downsides to a National Lampoon’s Vacation sequel in the here and now: National Lampoon, like the magazine that spawned it, has become one of the least funny producers of The Funny around. With John Hughes gone, who could possibly write it? Year One Some urine-soaked food for thought. What do you think?

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Discuss-DVDTheater

Despite this being highly unscientific, I’m curious to know whether to base my new bootlegging business in theater lobbies. (FSR does not condone bootlegging or standing around in theater lobbies).

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SeanConneryHenryJones

There’s a baseless rumor that’s not even going around the internet at all that Dr. Jones might be written into the next Indiana Jones movie. I don’t believe it at this point, but that doesn’t mean we can’t sound off on whether it’d be a good idea or not.

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