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TIL Daniel Radcliffe, who plays Harry Potter in the film series was allergic to his own glasses. He had a nickel allergy and suffered for weeks with mysterious bumps around his eyes, where the glasses touched his face. The nickel glasses were quickly replaced with hypoallergenic specs. bbcamerica.com/anglopheni…
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Darren Aronofsky Sets Next Film β€˜The Whale’ At A24 With Brendan Fraser Set To Star - Based on Samuel D. Hunter’s play, a 600-hundred-pound recluse hiding away from the world and slowly eating himself to death is given one last chance at redemption. deadline.com/2021/01/darr…
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New Film on Miyamoto Musashi β€œCrazy Samurai: 400 vs. 1” Shot in one Continuous 77-Minute Take Debuts Feb 12, 2021 ihorror.com/crazy-samurai…
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Hidden Figures was actually a nice film
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GΓΆteborg Film Festival in Sweden will send ONE person to an isolated island just to watch their festival line up (around 60 movies) for a whole week with no other media allowed. cnn.com/travel/article/go…
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Cute moment of my parents late 80s. My parents used to work for an ad company, where employees would sometimes take pictures of themselves with leftover film after a model shoot.
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JJ Redick on Brandon Ingram: "The guy watches more film than any player I've been around except maybe Chris Paul".

Zach Lowe wrote a great article about Brandon Ingram. Really seems to suggest there's a chance Ingram could further develop into a top ~3 player.

Here are some other parts of it:

> Van Gundy walked out of Ingram's house and called his brother, Jeff, a decorated coach and current analyst for ESPN. "This guy," Van Gundy told his brother, "is the real deal."

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> Redick has been exhorting Ingram since last season that he might average a triple-double, and become a top-10 player. "I'm not gonna stop until I'm the best," Ingram once replied. Other confidantes have heard Ingram state similarly lofty goals to the one he once told Redick. "It's almost eerie to hear a kid say, 'I want to be the best ever,'" Stackhouse said.

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> "The guy watches more film than any player I've been around except maybe Chris Paul," Redick said. "He is the hardest worker I've ever seen," said Larry Nance Jr., Ingram's teammate in L.A. for parts of two seasons. "The rest of us would get [to practice], and he'd already be drenched in sweat."

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> Vinson told Ingram he was pointing his right foot inward upon his release, sapping power from his legs and throwing his body out of alignment -- another voice offering to repair Ingram's game. Vinson slapped tape onto the floor and would not let Ingram shoot unless his toes were straight across the tape. Vinson stood behind Ingram, reaching his arms up, warning Ingram not to bring the ball back so far as to hit him. > Ingram and the other young players then left for some summer time away from the team. He asked Vinson for notes and drills to do. Vinson emailed them. > When Ingram returned in September 2019, his jumper looked so good, Vinson pulled aside Trajan Langdon, the Pelicans' GM, and asked if Ingram had played some sort of trick on him, officials recalled.

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I watched 749 movies in 2020 including 636 feature length films, here's my takeaways

I'm an amateur film lover, as I'm sure many of the folks in /r/movies are. I will be the first to also admit that I was also one of the lucky ones last year to have 'boredom' as one of my biggest problems, and so to everyone reading this I hope you have a far better 2021.

Watching lots of movies isn't necessarily something new to me, especially in such a vast quantity, I watched a lot in 2019 as well and it's something that works for me. I know some people say they don't like watching so many in quick succession for various reasons, and that's cool, just know that this works for me and I like to think I have a fairly good memory of almost everything I've watched (certainly all of the ones that I've enjoyed). And I can safely say I don't feel burnout coming on either...at least not yet, fingers crossed.

I also feel we're incredibly lucky to live in the era that we live in, watching films has never been easier than it has now, there's so many ways, both legal and illegal. Just this year alone, we've had four major classics receive Blu-rays for the first time ever, Satantango, Los Olvidados, Roman Holiday and Beau Travail. I can't even begin to imagine how frustrating it must have been to be an amateur movie lover in previous decades without the conveniences we have today and without access to the benefits of being in film industry circles.

As a result, it becomes a case of, the more you watch, the more great movies you realise are out there and the 'never-ending watchlist syndrome' becomes a real thing. But I take that as a positive knowing that this isn't some tick-box exercise and that watching movies is a life-long journey. After all, we all watch movies for different reasons, sometimes to laugh, to kill time, to make us better people, for catharsis and various other purposes.

To keep this relatively short for the main post (I can detail further in the comments if anyone's interested) I'll post my top 5 (in no particular order) for each calendar month of 2020, varying from popular favourites to ones I feel like deserve way more attention in the general conversation.

FULL LIST HERE

Jan 2020

  • Le Cercle Rouge (1970) - The first film of the year I saw and only fitting because I adore Melville's work. Anyone who loves a good heist movie should absolutely do themselves a favour and watch this. What I love about Melville is how he uses action and silence to drive the story and bu
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Did you know? "The iron golem's holding out flowers to villagers is a reference to the ancient robots in Hayao Miyazaki's animated film Laputa: Castle in the Sky. When villager children notice the poppy in its hand, they slowly approach, and take the flower eventually." ( Official Minecraft Wiki )
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I quit my teaching job, bought a camera, went solo to one of America's most dangerous cities, and made an award-winning documentary film about love and the opioid epidemic. AMA

My name is Hasan Oswald and I am a filmmaker who made the documentary film HIGHER LOVE in Camden, NJ with no professional experience, no budget, and no crew. Using YouTube to learn all things film and selling my blood plasma to make ends meet, I somehow pulled off a zero-budget Indie hit. My film HIGHER LOVE is now available across all North American cable/satellite Video on Demand platforms. International release coming soon. Ask me anything!

WHERE TO WATCH: https://www.higherlovefilm.com/watch

Website with trailer: https://www.higherlovefilm.com

Instagram: higherlovefilm (https://www.instagram.com/higherlovefilm/)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/higherlovefilm/?ref=bookmarks

Proof: https://i.redd.it/bwuwol6wdq961.jpg

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The Last Samurai is not a white saviour film.

It really annoys me when people deride the Last Samurai as a "white saviour" film. I don't deny that there are certain films that fall under the category of "white saviour" and the most blatant in my memory is "The Great Wall" starring Matt Damon, but in my eyes anyone who applies the same label to The Last Samurai is just looking for something to be racist or to offend them.

If you didn't understand the movie, Nathan Algren is not "The Last Samurai" he is just a vessel for the (likely western) audience to witness the story of the Last Samurai, that being Katsumoto. He is not a saviour. In fact the exact opposite is true, he is saved by the Samurai. He goes to Japan depressed, alcoholic and suicidal, and during his time amongst the Samurai they give him a reason to live. The film is a beautiful and respectful showcase of the difference between two different cultures, showing where they differ (e.g. the use of seppuku) and where they are hold common ground (e.g. a warrior spirit). It's a really beautiful and thought provoking film, and I hate when people give such a shallow and dismissive criticism of it just because the main protagonist is white.

Edit: Someone pointed out in the comments that one of the many people "The Last Samurai" is based on was a black man. I can't find any evidence of this, the main name that I can find related to the story is of Jules Brunet who was white, however I wouldn't see the film as any lesser if the main character was played by an actor such as Jamie Foxx. So to all the people who say that it is a "white saviour" film, would you call it a "black saviour" film if nothing changed except for the main character being played by Jamie Foxx instead of Tom Cruise?

Edit 2: I do understand that samurai is also plural, so the title could refer to the last group of samurai, but in my mind I always considered Katsumoto as a stand-in to represent samurai culture as a whole in the same way that Algren is a stand-in for western culture, so that's why I saw Katsumoto as the titular character, but that's just my reading of it.

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In Children of Men(2006) you can briefly see a police officer who's helmet has the royal engrams CR. Indicating that in the films future 2027 Queen Elizabeth (Elizabeth Regina) has died and Prince Charles has now risen to the throne as King Charles III (Charles Rex).
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TIL In X-Men First Class, 2011. Hugh Jackman used 8 takes to try to get his line just right. The line was originally, "fuck off" but on the 8th take Jackman improvised by saying, "go fuck yourself", which became the line used in the film and also gave a genuine reaction from McAvoy and Fassbender. collider.com/hugh-jackman…
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France burns as the first phase of a deeply authoritarian new law is passed in the lower courts. The law will make it illegal for citizens to film police at certain times and give the police the power to decide on a whim who is and isn't a reporter. v.redd.it/uh65m6lq03261
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Taika Waititi comments on official post about his film. reddit.com/gallery/kb27bt
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Soul officially has the most cannon Non-Binary characters in film.
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PSA: Turn off Chromatic Aberration, Film Grain and Motion Blur

Chances are these settings are holding you back from seeing the proper graphics by making them blurry or otherwise not as nice as without these settings enabled.

This is also true for many more games on the market, so that's a universal 'fix'.

Edit: You can also try to turn off depth of field (it's slightly similar to motion blur). (thanks for pointing that one out u/destaree )

Edit2: Also remember to update your AMD and nVidia drivers that were released very recently specifically to support Cyberpunk 2077.

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What film scared you shitless as a kid?
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We love the new window film daddy put up v.redd.it/4gizj7o75ic61
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Hidden Figures was actually a nice film
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[Giveaway] NK65 Purple EE w/ custom cable, lube, films, and random switches

Edit #1: 24 hours past, the winner is u/Makaphin (CONFIRMED)

Thank you for participating. Enjoyed reading everyone's favorite switches.

Hey guys, I hope the beginning of the year has been great for y'all. I got into custom keeb building early 2020, and found this reddit community a couple months after, and have been discovering something new every week. Definitely had a hole already in my wallet from custom PC building, now got multiple holes, it's great.

Anyhow, I have a Purple NK65 that I have used the past couple months, neat beginner board, and since it's hot-swap, I was able to use all kinds of switches on it. It does have some damage on the plate, but doesn't affect the performance, and won't show once you assembled the keyboard.

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Giveaway Details

What you will receive:

  • NK65 Purple EE (barebones) [Stabs were clipped/lubed and placed a foam sticker on the PCB]
  • Couple switches that I have leftover from other builds
  • TX Films (orange, leftover from a build)
  • Krytox 205g0 (leftover, used 80% out of 25g)
  • Custom Coiled Cable (Mint, YC-8 Connector) made by ThePrinkus
  • Original Box, Case, and Cable

To enter the giveaway, simply comment your go-to switch. I would like to see everyone's preference on switches.

Shipping costs will not be covered. You will be responsible for the shipping fees/import duties/tax. Will use USPS for NA, Fedex for everywhere else.

The winner will be chosen through a generator after 24 hours of this posting. Hoping for a good year!

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TIL In the film Gladiator (2000), Emperor Commodus was killed by Maximus in the Colosseum. In reality, Commodus was strangled to death in the bath by the wrestler Narcissus. In the film, Marcus Marcus Aurelius was murdered by Commodus. In reality he died from the Antonine Plague. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gla…
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If "nope" was a short film.
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