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Piss off Elizabeth Banks! Mac sucks now... This looks interesting... The Sex Scenes... Why is the MTV VMA's on every channel??? Really? Is this journalism? This was really good! Gave it a chance... Really good, funny movie, except... View all posts >


I have never blocked or used the ignore button for anyone's posts, and I certainly am not going to start now. I disagree with a ton on this site, but I take pride in the fact that I will never put another poster on "ignore" or block anyone. If anything I'll just actually ignore a poster who annoys me by not responding. I don't need an "ignore" or "block" feature to protect me from things I may not like. There's no "ignore" button in the real world. This whole fucking concept is ridiculous, and it's just another way to try and generalize people by race, gender, etc...all the while not knowing a damn thing that any individual has been through in their life. They're a bunch of pathetic morons, and the worst kinds of hypocrites. They are destroying society. I thought it was a little distracting at first, mostly because I know how old the actors are, but once I got into the movie it didn't bother me one bit. Incredible film, and well worth the wait to see Joe Pesci back with DeNiro and Scorsese, and so happy I was able to see Pacino in a Scorsese film before it was all said and done. The "Old Hollywood" time period setting of the film. The humor. I laughed my ass off several times. Laughed the most when Rick Dalton was yelling at the Manson hippies in front of their car, standing in a bathrobe, while holding a blender full of margaritas. Hysterical, but also very tense as well, because you didn't know how they were going to respond, which leads me to... The tension...wondering how it was going to end for these characters. The ranch scene and the ending in particular. The actors in the film. I loved the DiCaprio/Pitt team up. Loved seeing them on screen together with Al Pacino. Loved the cameos. Margot Robbie is so sexy! So, there are a few of my reasons for really enjoying this film. Hahaha! Please god no!!! I couldn't handle it. <blockquote>Do you realize that by labeling someone as "SJW" you expose your hatred towards women and minorities?</blockquote> That is just plain moronic and not true, and it's laughable that you actually said that. And anyone who truly believes that is a completely weak minded, pathetic individual. I just finished it, and I have to agree wholeheartedly with what you wrote. The "de-aging" effects took a little while to get used to, but as the movie went along I got used to them. I also wish there was a little more for Keitel to do, but the fact he was in the film made it that much better. I am most thankful to see Joe Pesci back on the screen, because he was amazing in this, as was pretty much everyone in this film. I loved the fact I got to see a great scene with Pacino and Pesci, and Pacino in a Scorsese film. It was worth the wait. Great film from the master. Here's an idea...if you don't like something, DON'T READ IT! Opinions are subjective, and they should all be free to be spoken, whether you like that or not. You fit right in with 2019, crying about and trying to ban any opinion you don't like. Grow a spine. Your post is ridiculous. I went to Paris last year, and I loved it! The top of the Eiffel Tower when it's lit up at night was astonishing. Loved the setup of the buildings and then architecture too. I'm not much of a traveler, but I loved the time I spent in Paris, and didn't find it any more dirty than any other large city in America. Yeah, the homeless people can be annoying, but once again, go to any big city and you'll find the same thing. The history behind the city is awesome. It's so cool to say I saw the Mona Lisa, and Notre Dame cathedral, etc. I highly recommend Paris. I also love this movie, and I love Marion Cotillard. Haha. Not a boomer. Not much of a fan of Trump either, though he is looking better than any candidate on the democratic side amazingly. Keep trying freebie socialist boy. Keep fighting for those handouts. Stay woke and offended. Later. View all replies >