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Sunday December 09, 2018 @ 12:42:46 PM mt

Into the Spider-Verse is probably my favourite Spider-Man film and one of the best superhero films on general.




Go see this movie. It's so good. The animation, every frame is like a beautiful painting, the story is emotional and weird and and the characters are really well done. The soundtrack is brilliant too. The humour is really really good too. Loved Spider-Man Noir.

All the best Spider-Man stories have Peter and Spider-Man's worlds collide, the same applies to Miles here and it's so good. I hope it does well. I can't wait to watch it again.

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Sunday December 09, 2018 @ 12:42:38 PM mt

Are there any non-comedical male masturbation scenes in any movie




I was thinking a little while ago about how in movies (both commercial and arthouse) we see pretty much every type of sexual activiy: from regular sex to paedophilia, bestiality and everything in between. However, the sexual activity that seems not to appear is male masturbation. We see it treated in comedies, but I mean in serious movies, as a scene of self-eroticism, or of something else, but seen from a serious perspective.

In case you know such a scene, can you recommend it? * - I don't mean some creep-movies nobody has ever seen, I mean something at least decent in production, writing, directing, etc.

Also, if you agree with me, why do you think this is the case, since beating off is after all so common?

Thanks!

Later edit: Thank you everyone for the suggestions. However, I still find that most of these don't count as "sex scenes" - many of them are just a headshot, others don't really show much sexual activity, most seem to be extremely short, etc. It is all in my head?

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Sunday December 09, 2018 @ 12:42:23 PM mt

Could we please stop the whole nobody asked for this movie replies




There seems to be something of a trend appearing with people complaining that nobody asked for this film every time some announcement is made about a spin-off/prequel/unnecessary remake.

I understand that many of these statements are justified but I seriously doubt that the studios give a sh#!2$ about the circle-jerk of film buffs who disapprove of them being made. If you legitimately dont care about something itd probably be more productive to just ignore it completely and let it die an unacknowledged death rather than whining about its existence.

Although I did just use the word productive while on reddit which is like the biggest juxtaposition possible.

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Sunday December 09, 2018 @ 12:39:47 PM mt

What was the best film you watched this week 03122018 - 09122018




The way this works is that you post a review of the best film you watched this week. It doesn't have to be a new release, just any film you have seen over the last seven days that you feel is worth talking about. Here are some rules.

1. Check to see if your favourite film of last week has been posted already.

2. Please post your favourite film of last week.

3. NO TV SHOWS!

4. ALWAYS use spoiler tags. Report any comments that spoil recent / little-known films (e.g. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, Widows) without using the spoiler tag.

5. Comments that only contain the title of the film will be removed!

For further expansion of the rules, please read this link.

Have fun and play nice!

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