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  1. Best Movies I have seen All Time

    These are the best football related movies I have seen. We Are Marshall is very underrated and extremely well acted by McConaughey. Radio is very well acted as well and a good story. Some movies of course at the bottom are just comedies and Jerry Maguire is not really very football related but kind of is. Undefeated is a great documentary though, outstanding and really well done I think. Rudy Undefeated Remember the Titans We Are Marshall Radio The Blind Side Any Given Sunday Brian's Song Jerry Maguire Invincible Friday Night Lights The Waterboy Little Giants
  2. 2019 NFL Draft Early top 250+

    2018 Penn State Spring Ball Standouts: *Jesse Luketa FR LB Penn State: Damn that kid can play, Parsons gets a lot of hype but Luketa I was really impressed with. Good physical size, good quickness and can find the football, closes really well especially in space for a kid his size. Could be a beast linebacker for Penn State and potential starter even this season as a true freshman. Really nice looking prospect. *Micah Parsons FR LB Penn State: Another fine looking linebacker, still has to work on some things in terms of reaction time but is a nice looking athlete who can run very well. Teammate with Luketa Penn State will have two potential stud linebackers for at least the next three years. Big time looking athlete, will see how he does this year and how much time he gets on the field could do some impressive things. *Jonathan Sutherland RS FR S Penn State: Another Canadian talent like Luketa, nice looking safety prospect with good athletic ability and range. Could become a nice player for them, seems to be a good athlete who covers a lot out ground back there. Put down some good impressive hits as well, could maybe crack the lineup this year and will for sure in the future as a safety. *Zech McPhearson RS SOPH CB Penn State: Nice look lean corner, good athletic ability and made a few nice reactions to the football in the air. Will be hard to become a starter but might happen for him this year if Reid does not come back as good as he once was, promising looking player. If he plays with the kind of ball skills and reaction time he did in this game during the season, kid could easily become a starter. *Chasz Wright RS SR OG Penn State: Hopefully he can finally put together a respectable season finally and become a starter in every game instead of just being in and out of the lineup. Not sure he has it in him though, might just not have the temperament, will see. Kid is so thick and large, just needs to be more nasty and aggressive when playing and greatly improve his pass pro sets. *Mark Allen RS SR RB Penn State: Nice little back, can do a variety of things, quick return man potentially. Will see if he can get some time this year and make some plays. Super long shot but did some nice things in that game.
  3. Diversity in the cast is great when needed, but at least find people who can act to get those demographic audience dollars. Maybe they should take a clue from Snowpiercer. Get someone like Kang-ho Song or Ko Asung but no that would not be PG enough. That cast in Snowpiercer is very diverse but it is not the first thing you notice because it is well acted and casted properly, not to mention a unique storyline, so it seems not so forced and obvious... Obviously the main purpose of a few on here is to defend this crap, you get paid for Disney under the table or something to do this? Because it cannot be because of your absolute love of these films. To dissect such an awful character, well it is like dissecting Hayden Christensen scenes in Star Wars Attack of the Clones... Oh why did he say this, when really who cares because the casting was so terrible almost everything he has to say in the film is meaningless because he cannot play the part.
  4. The Predator

    What an awful cast, you go from this cast in the original.... To this.... One is totally badass to like the millionth degree, the other is terrible. Keegan-Michael Key would have been better off spending his time making a movie about Coach Hines than doing this. Oh but Olivia Munn is in it so some dudes will watch just based on that, she is a bad actress though but like anyone cares...
  5. Eyes Wide Shut is far less painful to watch then A Clockwork Orange, it is not even really close on that one I feel. But that is the point in a majority of his films, make it intense and hard to view and or scary, in that he really succeeded. This is how I would rank Kubrick's movies, and technically only one, The Shining would be considered and all time great to me. The rest were good but nothing amazing, and 2001: A Space Odyssey, people talk boring space movies, that is one. Some rank that highly but what was great about that movie was the musical score and how they used music overall, cool villain as well but overall was not my favorite and lacked a variety of interest points. Dr. Strangelove was way better than 2001: A Space Odyssey. The Shining Dr. Strangelove or: How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb Eyes Wide Shut A Clockwork Orange Full Metal Jacket 2001: A Space Odyssey Barry Lyndon Paths of Glory Lolita The Killing
  6. It was bad, the young chick that is the maker of dreams for the freak replicants is guess who, Deckard's daughter. Ahh wow, guess who they took that gem from, maybe stupid The Force Awakens. So unique and original right. Also had this stupid huge hologram chick in some shots, at least she was not as ugly as Snoke but honestly dumb not cool idea. But yeah the original Blade Runner the original is not for everyone, if you like Neo-Noir movies it is sweet, with all that neon lighting, rain, detective story, sweet fur coats and cool replicant owls. The visuals in that film are outstanding I think and the art direction is very unique, boring to some maybe but they also probably like the Transformers movies so go watch that exciting ride, give me something with a little more meaning and story. As for Disney goes, I will be passive aggressive also. Well there are what 138 movies on that list since 2003, I will give you Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl: the remakes all sucked, or should I say POFCTCOFHBPOSIS freaking abbreviation time I guess.... WALL-E: but I say that entire second half of that movie with the fat humans completely sucks, Frozen: which is another BS call because they have no real good villain and the closest one is her sister and or main character, oh but she is not a villain it is Maleficent all over again, great. And Finding Nemo, bring some class to this list. That is what 4 out of 138, so under 3% even considered a good movie. That is over a span of 15 years, that is not even a good movie every year. Even if you take all 11 good movies from that list which were purposed it is still 11 out of 138 so not even 8%. Oh that is really impressive. Want to say a good movie from that list not Finding Nemo, say Secretariat or Alice in Wonderland not freaking National Treasure. Guess that explains why you like the new Star Wars movies maybe if you like that movie. Probably like Adam Sandler movies as well, good solid American fun, he has not made a good movie since The Waterboy but has helped some unemployed SNL actors/comedies that is for sure. All joking aside clearly we have different tastes in movies, but yeah not everyone loved the new Star Wars movies. If you want to challenge some more of my 'god awful' opinions feel free to do so in regards to other movies outside of Star Wars or Disney, or better yet NFL draft prospects.
  7. 2018 NBA Summer League

    Based on what they did last year without Kyrie, Boston would be fine with or without him I think. I would keep Tatum and Brown instead of keeping say Tatum and Kyrie or Brown and Kyrie only.
  8. 2018 NBA Summer League

    Yeah Robinson was a McDonald's All American, was going to Western Kentucky but was basically "released" kicked off the team. Terrible entry into the league, did not participate in the combine but kid is ripping it up in summer league. Lucky to get him, if he would have actually played somewhere in college or over seas and did proper pre draft stuff would have been picked a lot higher with his athletic ability.
  9. 2018 NBA Summer League

    Mitchell Robinson on the New York Knicks summer league right now on ESPN, freaking sweet find for them! Athletic 7 footer who can run. Luke Kornet is not that bad either.
  10. Bias against what, crap movies? The Star Wars movies are not branded as Disney and instead Lucasfilms which is a crock so not on this list below. And yes I kind of felt this way prior to the Star Wars acquisition, the old cartoons carry that franchise because some of those movies were actually good especially for their time unlike most that is made now. Here is the list of Disney pictures since 2003 Finding Nemo, the last really good one I feel. Yeah not a great list, and yes Pirates of the Caribbean especially the remakes almost all sucked. That is a lot of time and not a lot of great movies or even good for that matter. Good for a child I guess now a days, but they do not know any better so cannot blame them... A Finding Nemo May 30, 2003 Pixar Animation Studios L Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl July 9, 2003 Jerry Bruckheimer Films L Freaky Friday August 6, 2003 Gunn Films A Brother Bear November 1, 2003 Walt Disney Feature Animation L The Haunted Mansion November 26, 2003 Gunn Films L The Young Black Stallion December 25, 2003 The Kennedy/Marshall Company A Teacher's Pet January 16, 2004 Walt Disney Television Animation L Miracle February 6, 2004 L Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen February 20, 2004 A Home on the Range April 2, 2004 Walt Disney Feature Animation D Sacred Planet April 22, 2004 L Around the World in 80 Days June 16, 2004 Walden Media, Spanknyce Films, and Mostow/Lieberman Productions D America's Heart and Soul July 2, 2004 Blacklight Films L The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement August 11, 2004 Shondaland and Martin Chase Productions A The Incredibles November 5, 2004 Pixar Animation Studios L National Treasure November 19, 2004 Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Junction Entertainment and Saturn Films D Aliens of the Deep January 28, 2005 Walden Media and Earthship Productions A Pooh's Heffalump Movie February 11, 2005 DisneyToon Studios L The Pacifier March 4, 2005 Spyglass Entertainment and Offspring Entertainment L Ice Princess March 18, 2005 Bridget Johnson Films & Skate Away Productions L Herbie: Fully Loaded June 22, 2005 Robert Simonds Productions L Sky High July 29, 2005 Gunn Films A Valiant August 19, 2005 Vanguard Animation and Odyssey Entertainment L The Greatest Game Ever Played September 30, 2005 Fairway Films A Chicken Little November 4, 2005 Walt Disney Feature Animation L The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe December 9, 2005 Walden Media L Glory Road January 13, 2006 Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Texas Western Productions and Glory Road Productions D Roving Mars January 27, 2006 The Kennedy/Marshall Company and White Mountain Films L Eight Below February 17, 2006 Spyglass Entertainment, Mandeville Films and The Kennedy/Marshall Company L The Shaggy Dog March 10, 2006 Mandeville Films, Robert Simonds Productions, and Boxing Cat Films A The Wild April 14, 2006 C.O.R.E. Feature Animation, Hoytyboy Pictures, Sir Zip Productions and Contrafilm A Cars June 9, 2006 Pixar Animation Studios L Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest July 7, 2006 Jerry Bruckheimer Films L Invincible August 25, 2006 Mayhem Pictures A The Nightmare Before Christmas 3D TNBC October 27, 2006 Skellington Productions L The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause November 3, 2006 Outlaw Productions & Boxing Cat Productions L Bridge to Terabithia February 16, 2007 Summit Entertainment and Walden Media A Meet the Robinsons March 30, 2007 Walt Disney Animation Studios L Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End May 25, 2007 Jerry Bruckheimer Films A Ratatouille June 29, 2007 Pixar Animation Studios L Underdog August 3, 2007 Spyglass Entertainment, Classic Media and Maverick Films D The Pixar Story August 28, 2007 Leslie Iwerks Productions L The Game Plan September 28, 2007 H Enchanted November 21, 2007 Right Coast Entertainment and Josephson Entertainment L National Treasure: Book of Secrets December 21, 2007 Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Junction Entertainment and Saturn Films L Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert February 1, 2008 PACE L College Road Trip March 7, 2008 Gunn Films L The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian May 16, 2008 Walden Media A WALL-E June 27, 2008 Pixar Animation Studios L Beverly Hills Chihuahua October 3, 2008 Mandeville Films D Morning Light October 17, 2008 L High School Musical 3: Senior Year October 24, 2008 Borden and Rosenbush Entertainment A Roadside Romeo October 24, 2008 Yash Raj Films, Disney India and Disney World Cinema A Bolt November 21, 2008 Walt Disney Animation Studios L Bedtime Stories December 25, 2008 Gunn Films, Happy Madison Productions, Offspring Entertainment and Conman & Izzy Productions L Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience February 27, 2009 Jonas Films L Race to Witch Mountain March 13, 2009 Gunn Films L Hannah Montana: The Movie April 10, 2009 It's a Laugh Productions and Millar Gough Ink N Earth April 22, 2009 Disneynature, BBC Natural History Unit, BBC Worldwide, Discovery Channel and Greenlight Media; originally from 2007 L Trail of the Panda May 8, 2009 Disney World Cinema and Castle Hero Pictures A Up May 29, 2009 Pixar Animation Studios L Lilly the Witch: The Dragon and the Magic Book June 12, 2009 H G-Force July 24, 2009 Jerry Bruckheimer Films D Walt & El Grupo September 9, 2009 Walt Disney Family Foundation Films and Theodore Thomas Productions L The Book of Masters October 29, 2009 A A Christmas Carol November 6, 2009 ImageMovers Digital L Old Dogs November 25, 2009 Tapestry Films A The Princess and the Frog December 11, 2009 Walt Disney Animation Studios 2010s Title U.S. release date Co-production companies L Alice in Wonderland March 5, 2010 The Zanuck Company, Roth Films and Team Todd D Waking Sleeping Beauty March 26, 2010 Stone Circle Pictures N Oceans April 22, 2010 Disneynature, Participant Media, Pathé, Gatetee Films, Canal+, France 2 Cinema and France 3 Cinema L Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time May 28, 2010 Jerry Bruckheimer Films A Toy Story 3 June 18, 2010 Pixar Animation Studios L The Sorcerer's Apprentice July 14, 2010 Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Saturn Films and Broken Road Productions N The Crimson Wing: Mystery of the Flamingos September 7, 2010 Disneynature, Kudos Pictures and Natural Light Films L Secretariat October 8, 2010 Mayhem Pictures L Do Dooni Chaar October 8, 2010 Planman Motion Pictures, Disney India and Disney World Cinema A Tangled November 24, 2010 Walt Disney Animation Studios D The Boys: The Sherman Brothers' Story November 30, 2010 Crescendo Productions, Red Hour Films and Traveling Light L Tron: Legacy December 17, 2010 Sean Bailey Productions L Anaganaga O Dheerudu January 21, 2011 A Bellyful of Dreams Entertainment, Arka Media Works, Disney India and Disney World Cinema L Lilly the Witch: The Journey to Mandolan February 17, 2011 A Mars Needs Moms March 11, 2011 ImageMovers Digital L Zokkomon April 22, 2011 Disney India and Disney World Cinema N African Cats April 22, 2011 Disneynature L Prom April 29, 2011 L Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides May 20, 2011 Jerry Bruckheimer Films A Cars 2 June 24, 2011 Pixar Animation Studios A Winnie the Pooh July 15, 2011 Walt Disney Animation Studios L The Muppets November 23, 2011 Mandeville Films L John Carter March 9, 2012 N Chimpanzee April 20, 2012 Disneynature A Arjun: The Warrior Prince May 25, 2012 Disney India, Disney World Cinema and UTV Motion Pictures A Brave June 22, 2012 Pixar Animation Studios L The Odd Life of Timothy Green August 15, 2012 Monsterfoot Productions and Scott Sanders Productions A Frankenweenie October 5, 2012 Tim Burton Productions A Wreck-It Ralph November 2, 2012 Walt Disney Animation Studios L Oz the Great and Powerful March 8, 2013 Roth Films and Curtis-Donen Productions N Wings of Life April 16, 2013 Disneynature and Blacklight Films A Monsters University June 21, 2013 Pixar Animation Studios L The Lone Ranger July 3, 2013 Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Blind Wink and Infinitum Nihil A Planes August 9, 2013 DisneyToon Studios A Frozen November 27, 2013 Walt Disney Animation Studios L Saving Mr. Banks December 13, 2013 BBC Films, Essential Media and Entertainment, Ruby Films and Hopscotch Features L Muppets Most Wanted March 21, 2014 Mandeville Films N Bears April 18, 2014 Disneynature L Million Dollar Arm May 16, 2014 Roth Films and Mayhem Pictures L Maleficent May 30, 2014 Roth Films A Planes: Fire & Rescue July 18, 2014 DisneyToon Studios L Khoobsurat September 19, 2014 UTV Motion Pictures, Disney India and Anil Kapoor Films L Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day October 10, 2014 21 Laps Entertainment and The Jim Henson Company A Big Hero 6 November 7, 2014 Walt Disney Animation Studios L Into the Woods December 25, 2014 Lucamar Productions and Marc Platt Productions L McFarland, USA February 20, 2015 Mayhem Pictures L Cinderella March 13, 2015 Genre Films N Monkey Kingdom April 17, 2015 Disneynature L Tomorrowland May 22, 2015 A113 Productions A Inside Out June 19, 2015 Pixar Animation Studios L ABCD 2 June 19, 2015 UTV Motion Pictures and Disney India A The Good Dinosaur November 25, 2015 Pixar Animation Studios L The Finest Hours January 29, 2016 Whitaker Entertainment and Red Hawk Entertainment A Zootopia March 4, 2016 Walt Disney Animation Studios H The Jungle Book April 15, 2016 Fairview Entertainment L Alice Through the Looking Glass May 27, 2016 Roth Films, Team Todd and Tim Burton Productions A Finding Dory June 17, 2016 Pixar Animation Studios H The BFG July 1, 2016 Amblin Entertainment, Reliance Entertainment, Walden Media and The Kennedy/Marshall Company L Pete's Dragon August 12, 2016 Whitaker Entertainment L Queen of Katwe September 23, 2016 ESPN Films, Cine Mosaic and Mirabai Films A Moana November 23, 2016 Walt Disney Animation Studios L Dangal December 21, 2016 Disney India, UTV Motion Pictures and Aamir Khan Productions L Beauty and the Beast March 17, 2017 Mandeville Films N Born in China April 21, 2017 Disneynature, Shanghai Media Group and Chuan Films L Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales May 26, 2017 Jerry Bruckheimer Films A Cars 3 June 16, 2017 Pixar Animation Studios L Jagga Jasoos July 14, 2017 Disney India, UTV Motion Pictures, Picture Shuru Entertainment and Ishana Movies A Coco November 22, 2017 Pixar Animation Studios L A Wrinkle in Time March 9, 2018 Whitaker Entertainment A Incredibles 2 June 15, 2018 Pixar Animation Studios So no real surprise, they are clearly not great at making actually really good movies. Making money, now that they can do.
  11. It did have some unique characters that did not seem as fake I will give you that, then again they were not in the movie a ton outside of the main character clearly. Sure could easily put it ahead of The Last Jedi and the Force Awakens I supposed, but I still find that hard to do in an origin story which is what Rogue One is. (Kind of like saying, and the new Back to the Future: A Time Travel Story, telling about what Marty McFly was like as a five year old, just seems like a money grab because it is.. And honestly I would never think, man cannot wait to see Rogue One again and again. Once ok, and done not sure it has much rewatchability, will see when it comes on TV probably around Christmas.
  12. True, maybe I should have an expectation level set to zero when Star Wars movies are created by Disney. A company which arguably has not made a good movie since Finding Nemo and arguably is only carried along by what they created a long time ago, so with Star Wars it is the exact same concept just different genre. Does explain the Star Wars origin stories which are flat out an awful idea, but Disney will try anything for a dollar. Mind you with Science Fiction, one can make up pretty much anything you wish. You are given the keys to a great Sci Fi franchise, and this is what you create with it? A lame bad guy, a repetitive story, lack in creativity and the only positive is there was not many completely digital characters but still were some. One has the first Star Wars movies and it almost goes straight down hill in order as it goes along through history, pretty pathetic. V The Empire Strikes Back IV A New Hope VI Return of the Jedi I The Phantom Menace III Revenge of the Sith II Attack of the Clones VII The Force Awakens VIII The Last Jedi Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Solo: A Star Wars Story I assume some of your are fans of Blade Runner 2049? To me obviously, that film is a damn insult to the original Blade Runner and should have never been made. These new Star Wars are pretty much the same in that regard... But it is Disney so I should expect nothing less I guess. No let us make another stupid movie based on a crap comic book, or an old movie franchise... Pretty great Mark Hamill does not want to be involved anymore in these terrible moves. Move on and make something original in terms of characters but doubt that will happen. They will bring Han Solo back from the dead I am sure, or say he fell into a air vent or some crap and was living off space bugs for awhile.
  13. How is it not a criticism? So to you that was a wildly creative and original movie? Again Mad Max Fury Road, Disney Star Wars take note, make it different and better, hell The Dark Knight was just another Batman movie, but was way better and different than others before it. Sure some things are the same but at least make it your freaking own in some way. These new Star Wars movies and totally not different and definitely not better than the original three Star Wars movies. The fight scenes are boring as are the space ship fight scenes which use the exact same camera shots for the pilots talking than the old ones had. To quote an old white haired man who I was sitting near in the theater after The Force Awakens ended, "a lot of repeat shi*^&$t". They seemed to have the need to increase the overall culture equality of the cast so let us get the White chick Rey who can fight, black guy Finn, now new Asian chick Rose Tico who is oddly introduced and pretty lame, then a Hispanic flavor with Benicio Del Toro. Yet the bad guys are still all British white dudes for whatever reason outside of that chick who is Robot British... Got to appeal to the masses of course. Oh and Snoke, at least he is not 4 stories tall anymore hologram man, still stupid and kill me and it will complete the cycle blah blah never heard that before has one. They could have changed things up, made Kylo Ren actually turn to for the good, side with them and fight with them. Then it would actually be something different and a different story line and you could go ahead and get an actually cool bad guy. But no, do not do that at all, that would be too creative. Let us keep this same lame bad guy, with a mask for really no reason but Darth had one so hell we need another one in a mask. Then he will be the puppet of a higher Dark force guy who questions the strength of his apprentice yet needs him to get the other good Jedi over here and turn them, oh that never happened before either. Then the Death Star thing always bigger than before that could destroy even more, a planet wow, no a galaxy now. Ok honestly there should be a limit on that, no just have them build another then have them go in and try to shut it down with these secret plans they got. Wow so creative. Not to mention little Yoda lady who knows all and is little like Yoda but not Yoda because she is a lady...how original. Then the Girl with the Purple Hair 'Vice Admiral Holdo' was one of the mail villains in the movie, or at least the middle part she was made to be that, why else would she have Purple hair, that is why. And how pathetic of a plot is that, she is a 'good guy', oh but no oh but wait yes she is, she did it for the best of them all, oh how crazy of a story line. Oh and the rebel space pilot who has a mind of his own, Poe Dameron that is real original and not based off anyone from before, right. And poor Leia, how they plan on doing that one in the future, or did they record a death so it could be used after her sad actual passing. She was probably insulted by what she was asked to do, but what the heck it is money and a paycheck. Her role is just a transition to the new from the old literally on screen. Luke was able to actually act a little in it, seemed more genuine than Han was, he wanted to get the hell out of that other one and probably asked to be killed off. But a movie makes a Billion dollars so really who cares if it was good or not, just have a action/fantasy movie with witty one liners in it here and there. And make it PG enough to able to be seen by kids and adults and it will make a killing at the Box Office. All I know is, I doubt people are saying oh yeah The Last Jedi is shown on TV, which it will be in what a year from now, so interesting while they release the next new Star Wars movie in what Christmas time.... At least they know when to release the thing, Christmas or the start of Summer. Get it when the kids are free..
  14. BK's Top 100 Movie Badasses v2.0

    Good call, I will correct that my bad. On imdb in the original Hellraiser 'Pinhead' is not in mentioned, instead he is called "Lead Cenobite". I see they are making a new Hellraiser and written by Clive Barker, hope it is better than Hellraiser: Judgement, that was ok movie but not all that great until Pinhead got on screen.
  15. Best Movies I have seen All Time

    Had some editing and adding for the comedy section, cannot believe I forgot all of these movies on that list! Some great ones, and Dumb and Dumber is a flat out classic, as is Clerks and Caddyshack etc... A League of Their Own is surprisingly funny I find and Death at a Funeral is outstanding, the original one for sure. This is the End has some hilarious scenes as well, Danny McBride is great in it even though he basically plays himself like everyone else does. *Dumb and Dumber *Clerks *Trains, Plans and Automobiles 1987 *Office Space *Caddyshack *The Producers 1967 *Blazing Saddles *This is the End *Death at a Funeral 2007 *Tropic Thunder *A League of Their Own *Groundhog Day *Waynes World *Hangover *Dumber and Dumber To *Zoolander The original Producers is historic in many ways as well, could argue it is Gene Wilder's best performance....