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      Donate to JWFan, win a CD!   05/30/17

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      We are significantly behind on our funds for keeping JWFan alive, and need to collect donations again.
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  1. I don't really care about them either way, I'm just doubting the correlation.
  2. An Oscar nomination for a hit movie is a collective meh?
  3. The Terminal's lovely.
  4. Anybody got a link yet? Or know how soon it'll be available on-demand on the site?
  5. That makes more sense. I was also thinking maybe it's just one of those weird marketing things where "Rise" sounds cooler and is more of an active verb than "Dawn" to get people interested in the first film of a reboot. It does look backwards when you think about it, which I never did so doesn't really matter to me. Probably not gonna get a chance to get to the movies for a couple weeks but very intrigued to get around to this with all the people impressed with it, especially since I'm hoping for a more interesting climax than the previous two movies, both of which I liked a lot except for their last 30 minutes when they fell into more typical action movie tropes. Dawn's bleakness didn't really bother me in general as I was pretty captivated by the Koba character (again until he became more of a routine villain at the end) and I thought the appeals to more warm sentiment generally worked, particularly the stuff with Caesar's son and the one really great scene where the humans stumble on the gas station (?) and get the radio working. That was a nice emotional hook that I can't remember seeing in an apocalypse movie before, the amazing novelty of hearing music for the first time in years.
  6. Quentin Tarantino's next movie to be about the Manson murders
  7. Same, there'll probably not be much if anything I haven't heard but I'll definitely watch it just cause I can never get enough Spielberg. The most interesting inclusions on the guest list to me are Coppola, DePalma, and Scorsese. I wonder if they'll just be giving personal anecdotes from the 70s or if they'll offer any commentary on his work as well.