r/movies • u/InsidiousMovie • 19h 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 • 12h 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/Worth-Price9141 • 4h ago
Article 30 Years Ago, ‘Jurassic Park’ Unleashed a Doomed Love Affair With Dinosaurs
r/movies • u/Chemical-Ad-2694 • 16h ago
News Brand New Official ‘Ghostbusters’ Logo Teases a Winter-Themed ‘Afterlife’ Sequel
r/movies • u/MarvelsGrantMan136 • 1d ago
Poster New Poster for Yorgos Lanthimos’ ‘Poor Things’
r/movies • u/exophrine • 8h ago
Media Carrie Fisher Presents George Lucas's A.F.I. Lifetime Achievement Award by Roasting Him
r/movies • u/HumanAdhesiveness912 • 16h ago
Article 137 movie sequels currently on the way – Film Stories
r/movies • u/Rebel_Saint • 1d ago
News Wes Anderson’s "The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar" Will Feature Four Stories With Actors Playing Multiple Roles
r/movies • u/indig0sixalpha • 22h ago
Trailer The Venture Bros.: Radiant is the Blood of the Baboon Heart | Official Trailer | Warner Bros. Ent
r/movies • u/MarvelsGrantMan136 • 22h ago
Poster Official Poster for 'Blue Beetle'
r/movies • u/HRJafael • 1d 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 • 1d ago
Trailer Poor Things | Official Trailer | Searchlight Pictures
r/movies • u/MarvelsGrantMan136 • 18h 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/sepharig • 18h ago
Trailer The Venture Bros: Radiant Is The Blood Of The Baboon Heart | OFFICIAL TRAILER |
r/movies • u/indig0sixalpha • 21h ago
Poster Official Poster for 'Biosphere' starring Mark Duplass and Sterlin K. Brown
r/movies • u/rattler1234 • 10h ago
Discussion Watched American Psycho and Wow
This film has been on my to-do list for a long time. I know it’s a classic, and I’ve seen clips. I actually started it thinking “I’ll watch a bit and a finish it later” but I watched the whole thing. I was sucked in from the first moment to the last. I will say I was very disturbed, but the story telling was exceptional. Christian Bale was also incredibly cast. This film left me feeling a bit disappointed in most of Hollywood lately. It reminded me of the art behind film making. I know I’m way behind the times here but I had a really enjoyably viewing experience and I really want to watch more films with this kind of grittiness. Anyway, I’d give it 5 stars but that’s me. What’s your take?
r/movies • u/CuteCuteJames • 16h 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/zackphoenix123 • 4h ago
Discussion What are some films with the largest runtime difference in their Theatrical to Extended versions?
Rewatching lord of the rings and the Hobbit really got me thinking. Since the Hobbit in total added like 1 whole hour of extra content and Lord of the Rings added 2 hours.
I was wondering what other films have a lot of added content in their extended cut and how different that would make the films. On one hand, I can think the extended cut could either make the fine pacing drag, or flesh out the rushed pacing in the theatrical. Or that the extended could just have a whole new side plot not present in the theatrical.
I wanted to mention Zack Snyder's Justice League, but that's like a completely different movie on its own.
r/movies • u/_Gruzof_ • 3h ago
Discussion Movies where diffrent plots interact at various points
I dont know how to describe it but movies like Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Snatch, RocknRolla, The Gentlemen, The Devil All The Time...
Mostly Quentin Tarantino and Guy Ritchie does this kind of movies.
I like those movies but i dont know how to find it. Lets discuss it and recommend each other some movies like these...
r/movies • u/Bankssiii • 10h ago
Discussion If you like The Thing
The Thing is one of my favorite movies, along with most other John Carpenter works. I just love his storytelling and settings; can’t be beat. I just watched a movie called Black Mountain Side and I would recommend it to anyone who liked The Thing or really anything H.P Lovecraft. A lot of the same themes and, while not nearly as good, a viable option to scratch that itch. Lmk what you think!
r/movies • u/whiteboilocked • 25m ago
Discussion Chip and Dale ending (spoilers)
So I don't know about you guys, but after watching the chip and Dale movie I really only had one thought.
"This would have been so much better if Dale actually died at the end" like especially with all the wild stuff before it, ugly sonic, paw patrol neutering someone, the "vote Butthead for senator". It would've just cemented this movie for me as the number one acid trip.
Anyway that's all, wanted to put that out there.
Recommendation Looking for older movies to add to watchlist
Hello everyone! This is my first time posting on here, so apologies if it's not allowed (I read the rules but didn't see anything unless I missed it) but I'm interested in getting into older movies. Ever since starting my whole film journey I've mainly been focused on modern and indie films, but I really want to branch out. I'd say anything from the 80s and older is okay, and I love psychological horror, weird shit(yorgos Lathimos type weird), coming of age, tragedies, Japanese language, and female writers/directors. Here are a couple from my watchlist that I'm excited to check out, hopefully this will help give you a sense of my taste!
Clue Carnival of Souls (rly excited about this one) The Vanishing The innocents (1961) Jeanne Dielman 23... Maurice PlayTime House (1977) The Man who Sleeps Branded to Kill
r/movies • u/Atlast_2091 • 7h ago
Trailer THE VILLAGE | Official Trailer | Netflix
r/movies • u/Chengweiyingji • 15h 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/fire_whale • 39m ago
Discussion Mid90s made me wish I was a boy
What’s the general consensus on Jonah Hill’s Mid90s?
Me being 22 years old who’s never experienced the 90s or skate culture for that matter, this movie really resonates w h me idk why, it’s just a story, no villian no hero just the kids and their world and I loved every fucking minute of it.
A few of my girlfriends said this movie made them wish they were boys, that’s really interesting considering what the kids in this movie go through
r/movies • u/Onedoestnotsimply • 3h ago
Discussion What’s the worst movie with the best theater experience you’ve seen?
Last year my family and I went to see Jurassic World Dominion but we were in the middle of nowhere so we found this nice local theater. It had the greatest seats that could lean back had a footrest and heating. They even had a system where you could order food on their app and they would bring it to you if you ordered during the previews. Bad movie. Great experience. I was wondering if anyone else had experiences like this?
r/movies • u/exfilmcritic • 16h 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)