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


      We are significantly behind on our funds for keeping JWFan alive, and need to collect donations again.
      As an incentive, I am offering a series of free CDS to anyone who donates over a certain amount!   Donate at least $10 and you will be entered into a pool to potentially win one of the following once we hit our $250 goal:   Tyler Bates - God of War; Ascension (OST, La La Land Records) Danny Elfman - Planet of the Apes (OST, Sony) Danny Elfman - Taking Woodstock (OST, La La Land Records) Christopher Lennertz - Identity Thief (OST, La La Land Records) Christopher Lennertz - Medal of Honor: Rising Sun (OST) Michael Giacchino - Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (OST, Varese Sarabande) Dave Holmes & Various - Ocean's 11 (OST, WB Records) Joel McNeely & Various - Hollywood '94 (Varese Sarabande) Joe Kraemer - Jack Reacher (OST, La La Land Records) John Williams - Born on the Fourth of July (OST, MCA Records)   Donate at least $20 and you will be entered into a pool to potentially win one of the following once we hit our $500 goal:   John Barry - First Love (La La Land) Jerry Goldsmith - The Challenge (La La Land) Jerry Goldsmith - In Harm's Way (2009 Intrada edition) Jerry Goldsmith - The Red Pony (Varese) Alan Silvestri - Dutch (La La Land) Shirley Walker - Willard (La La Land) John Williams - Family Plot (Varese Sarabande) or, any of the above CDs if you prefer   Donate at least $30 and you will be entered into a pool to potentially win one of the following once we hit our $750 goal:   James Horner - Gorky Park (OOP Kritzerland Edition) James Newton Howard - Outbreak (2CD, Varese Deluxe Edition) Laurence Rosenthal - Clash of the Titans (2CD, Intrada) John Williams - The Fury (2CD, La La Land) John Williams - Jane Eyre (OOP, La La Land) or, any of the above CDs if you prefer   Donate at least $50 and you will be entered into a pool to potentially win one of the following once we hit our $1,000 goal:   Jerry Fielding - The Wild Bunch (3CD, FSM) Ira Newborn - The Naked Gun trilogy (3CD, La La Land) Shirley Walker and Various - Batman: The Animated Series Volume 3 (4CD, La La Land) or, any of the above CDs if you prefer     All shipping will be paid by me to anywhere in the world!   I will pull names from a hat for each pool, and you get to pick whatever CD set you want if I pull your name!   To be eligible, leave your JWFan username in the comments area of your donation.  If you want to donate but not be in the running for a free CD, mention that in the comment.   Use this link or the link on the mainpage.       Thank you!   Jason, Ricard, and Andreas.

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  1. I thought Trump was on vacation. Can't he shut the hell up for a week or two? Also, he looked like this when he made that statement:
  2. Because once you get old, everything turns to shit.
  3. It was created specifically for the trailer. Here's what director Jon Watts told ScreenCrush: He also discusses a shot of Vulture that was in the trailers, but not in the movie (sort of). It was made for a ComicCon sizzle reel and then repurposed and recomposited for the final film.
  4. ^ Not in the movie.
  5. I had a good enough time in the cinema with Spider-Man: Homecoming, but overall I found the film rather messy and unfocused. It felt very much like just another episode in the ongoing Marvel saga, rather than the event I expect from a movie about one of Marvel's flagship heroes. As far as super hero movies go, both Guardians of the Galaxy, vol. 2 and Wonder Woman were better films. That's not to say there weren't a few pleasant surprises and good laughs in this.
  6. But... that was the whole point of Photobucket.
  7. The Departed How exactly did this movie win the Academy Award for Best Picture? I like Scorsese and I like this cast, but The Departed is a giant, muddled mess. The movie starts off with some world building, introducing us to the world of South Boston in the 1970's, going so far as to use actual news footage from the period. There's a quick introduction of Jack Nicholson (who is a joy to watch in all his scenery-chewing grandure and almost saves the movie) and the Matt Damon character before flashing forward to the present and basically hooking up with the storyline of Infernal Affairs, the far superior Hong Kong thriller of which this film is a remake. Once we're on track with that story, it really becomes inconsequential what world or city this movie is set in, so all that setup in the first half of the film is wasted. The movie largely follows the same beats as the original, but changes the ending and some pivotal character moments, which makes me wonder if the filmmakers even understood what story they were trying to retell. Oddly, there's a puff piece documentary on the DVD extra's that tries to connect the Nicholson character with Whitey Bulger, but the story of Bulger is not the story that is being told here. There may be some similarities shoehorned in, but The Departed remains a remake of Infernal Affairs no matter how you look at it. If the filmmakers wanted to tell the story of Bulger, they should have done just that. Bold and large in scope, as one would expect from a movie directed by Martin Scorsese, but very good it ain't.
  8. So now will there be a gun debate?
  9. Maybe he meant "allegedly"?
  10. And waiting in line. Seriously, Dutchies can't queue. Idiots!
  11. Take back New Amsterdam!
  12. Aren't we Dutchies basically the champions of complaining?
  13. That's some fascist, autocrat bullshit right there. Kinda scary, really.
  14. I loved it. And Jamie Foxx is fantastic in it!
  15. Baby Driver Edgar Wright's latest is slick and stylish and directed with a flair only a few directors possess. It's excellent. Go see it.