a god to the constellations.

lots of whatevs. twitter. ask.

May 11, 2013 at 9:41pm
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"The Great Gatsby" Review

photo the-great-gatsby-article-po.jpgSynopsis: An aspiring bond broker, Nick Carraway (Tobey Maguire) befriends his wealthy yet mysterious neighbor, Jay Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio)…only to learn his hidden intentions for Nick’s cousin, Daisy (Carey Mulligan) may bring about their ultimate demise.

Theme: Reaching towards the past will bring about your downfall.

This is a tough film to review because it tries to do so much in one project. It wants to be a Period piece, a musical and cutting-age music video at the same time. As a film, the movie was decent. Every actor brought his and her A-game but they were nothing more than “Movable Props”. That’s not exactly a bad thing…reason being…

…Just let me back up.

I’m sure you heard Jay-Z did the music for this film. Now, this is a big deal and will make sense as you watch. Each frame was like it’s own visual music experience. You have today’s biggest faces (Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, Joel Edgerton, Carey Mulligan, ect) set before a 20’s backdrop accompanied by today’s biggest artists (Beyonce, Lana Del Rey, Andre 3000, Jay-Z, Kanye West, ect) played underneath the scenes w/ 20’s-esque instruments. This sounds like a great idea but in all honesty, it took away from the overall film. Each frame looked BEAUTIFUL with the music to match but that made you focus only on the frame at hand and not the film in its entirety.photo 10d295491ae497e78ca46c2d993592f2.jpg

This was troubling for me because that means the film didn’t work, right?

Wrong.

The project worked but not as a “standard film”. 

***Side Note: Keep this film on your “Oscar Watch”….but not for Leonardo DiCaprio, sadly. The film will be nominated for “Best Makeup and Hairstyling” & “Best Costume Design”. Maybe “Best Cinematography” “Best Production Design” & “Best Visual Effects”…if the voters actually see the film in 3D. Doubt they will though.***

I have a thought I’m going to run by you all…just a thought.

When Kanye West did the video for “Power”, he said he wanted it to be more of a “moving painting” so as the video played more and more of the background was revealed. That allowed each visual to match the feel (rather than the story) of the song. So instead of having the video add to the song, the song added to the video….Almost making the visual experience more important than the story itself. I feel like “The Great Gatsby” was done in the same fashion. (in fact, that kind of explains why “The Great Gatsby’s” opening & closing credits moved into the frame revealing more and more background (3D version) like in Kanye’s “Power” video”…)

***”The Great Gatsby’s” opening***

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***Frame from Kanye West’s “Power”***

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Again, that was only a thought and probably a terrible one at that….

The filmmaker, Baz Luhrmann, was given a chance to take people on a visual ride of the 20’s so that became the focus and not the story itself. 

Basically, if you look at “The Great Gatsby” as an experimental moving painting, the project is genius. At the same time, if you look at “The Great Gatsby” as just a film, it’s decent at best…which is like failing in my eyes (given the cast and crew behind this movie)

"The Great Gatsby" was a wonderful 3D experience. So if you only want to see it for the visuals, watch it at the theater in 3D. If you want see it for the story aspect, just rent it at home.

May 10, 2013 at 1:16pm
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May’s #FilmDegreesOfSeparation Point Standings (Week 2 5/10/13)

Keep track of your points and remember….answering questions is NOT the only way to win the $25 dollar Visa gift card (Check out the Rules here tmblr.co/ZDU_3yk63OT4)

@MRS_D0t 18
@JustMeganRaquel 64
@ShantaFabolous 116
@SoulSistaNokc 3
@SteenFox 1
@_HustleMarsalis 60
@FilmFatale_NYC 1
@Handsumdevil 83
@NeekGoBacon 2
@TuckFwitter 34
@LexiScorsese 64
@NaijaRoyale 29
@TheOneBMiller 14
@VivaciousVirgo 28
@NichCharles 5
@MelvinRothko 1
@TheDiorHomie 56
@Darfucius 40
@Depressedgod 35
@DABifyouletme 1
@TheLastDeBarge 1
@B_Effin_G 9
@HUMonTHESE 2
@Human_Trash 1
@JohnnyNoDrama 28
@MusicHEROine 18
@DeeGemela 9
@truly_wild 9
@simonefiasco 18
@Ferris_Bueller 9
@tokenbg 9
@Beauty_Jackson 9
@Merlange 8
@SlyCain 1
@BestNewActress 9
@EightyFoe 1
@MACnMahalia 9
@HotmixPrinceJay 1
@GeauxJeauxDee 1
@prfessorbigsock 2
@DopestArtista 1
@GhostwritaMusic 1
@OxxTail 1
@SimplyDivaland 7
@CeeisMee 9
@JustMeganRaquel 11
@LuckyNum7th 2
@TerrillCharming 9
@Benny_The_Bull_ 6
@SweetShayRayy 1
@megapterak 1
@MrTimmy56r 1

*Updated May 17th, 2013 @ 11:20am CST**

May 4, 2013 at 11:10am
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#BestNetflixFilms List (Documentary)

For all you “Documentary” lovers, I went through and found the best Netflix has to offer…

Documentary:

Super High Me, Backstage, Tupac & Biggie, What the Bleep Do We Know, Kurt & Courtney, The Nine Lives of Marion Barry, Rhyme and Reason, Inside Deep Throat, Tales from the Script, Gonzo, Beef, Trekkies

…and no, you will NOT like every doc I’ve listed…but if you are unsure of which one you would like, hit me and I’ll recommend films based on your personal taste.

…Also, please keep in mind that Netflix switches their films daily. So if you search for a film and it’s no longer available, Please let me know and I will make the correction. Oh and Netflix is TERRIBLE at “categorizing” their films so as I randomly find Doc, I will add those as well.

***I will add to this list as more films are available***

May 2, 2013 at 11:56pm
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May’s #FilmDegreesOfSeparation Updates

Congratulations to April’s Winner, @___genius!!!

Now…if you follow me @hollywood_trey, you already know that the game is “Film Degrees of Separation”. Every Friday @ 12 PST.

Official Rules: the people have to be connected by roles and/or job titles (ie. director, ect)….no “same film studio” or TV show connections.

Can’t just send movie titles. The object of the game is to “connect” the people…Show me the film connections.

Ex. “Connect Bradley Cooper & Eddie Murphy in 3 films or less #filmdegreesofseparation

An acceptable answer: “Cooper in “Limitless” w/ Deniro. Deniro in “The Score” w/ Angela Bassett. Bassett in “Vampire in Brooklin” w/ Murphy #filmdegreesofseparation

***All the same***

The point system…

1 point per correct answer (only 10 min window from the time the question was asked to answer and one try only).

5 points if you are first. (I only Retweet the 1st correct answer…so if I don’t @ you, it doesn’t mean you didn’t get points. You just weren’t first)

-1 point if you are wrong.

3 extra points if you make the connection in fewer films than asked.

Bonus:

1 point for every game question suggestion that you send me and I use.

1 point for tweeting the “film degrees of separation” hashtag.

1 point for including #filmdegreesofseparation w/ your answers. ***this is mandatory now or else you forfeit all points for the question (it give you a way to collect extra points so cheer up!!!)***

5 pts for every follower you bring to me in regards to the game.

At the last Friday of the month, I will add all the points up and whoever has the most points will get a prize.

***NEW RULE***

If you win, you have to want one month until you can be eligible to for another prize. This is to keep the game fun and fair for all. :)

ALSO, #FilmDegreesOfSeparation’s hashtag is now #FDOS!!!! 

This Month (May) prize will be a $25 dollar Visa gift card.

***Rules can be revised as I see fit***

Wish you all the best of luck!!!

Updated May 17th, 2013

April 19, 2013 at 2:20pm
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April’s #FilmDegreesOfSeparation Point Standings (Week 2 4/19/13)

Keep track of your points and remember….answering questions is NOT the only way to win the $25 dollar Best Buy gift card

@LBrothersMedia 2

@TDerez 1
@HotmixPrinceJay 1
@LearnedHand 22
@T_Dot_Lane 18
@ShantaFabolous 178
@__genius 176
@TwinBNotTwinA 18
@DepressedGod 43
@LexiScorsese 61
@DreSmithJr 4
@ashleydaze 29
@bambicupcakes 9
@MrBusby23 1
@milesfan79 4
@handsumdevil 41
@MiszJaxon 4
@BougieLa 15
@MrRandyWATTson 5
@jordannosparks_ 25
@__ARROGANT 6
@Top5DOA 5
@ItsKeem 15
@MusicHEROine 5
@JehoniBrave 4
@TheBreyKeys 11
@KaliGoodz 1
@B_Effin_G 11
@IBsoCrazii 1
@AnAmazingFeat 1
@Merlange 2
@GorgerousMia 1
@JueLissa_ 1
@OhDatMe 1
@Faison_Amour 1
@JisLegend 4
@NaijaRoyale 26
@Da_Infamous_Diz 40
@Tee_Bizzle 11
@SheSeauxSaditty 9
@IAmRah 1
@murraymaker 5
@USDannyDyerFan 1
@JohnnyNoDrama 4
@truly_wild 1
@SoulSistaNokc 1
@intergalactikK 1
@IAmBoogie 1
@BroadwayBrooks 1
@CybelNfotd 1
@Sylphanne 8
@NeekGoBacon 4
@MelvinRothko 9
@Sunny_Osho 1
@prfessorbigsock 12
@SimplyDivaland 2
@Profexxion 1
@Timmaaay_ 1
@TheDOPEgenius 1
@TheTrudz 1
@truly_wild 1
@BonafideBro 1
@OneFiftyOne 8
@LearnedHand 11
@GangStarrGirl 1
@JeffEsquire 1
@vivaciousvirgo 9
@CeeIsMee 16
@GreedyBrian 1
@NACHO2813 8
@MsClark_ 1
@jadasgotagun 3
@TaylerSometimes 8
@KaryeWest 1
@LuckyNum7th 4
@Codyridiculous 1
@MeetTheSupremes 1

***As of April 26th @ 1:43pm CST***

April 18, 2013 at 10:38pm
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#BestNetflixFilms List (Thrillers)

For all you “Thriller” film lovers, I went through and found the best Netflix has to offer…

Thrillers:

The Game, Oldboy, Memento, Silent House, The Lincoln Lawyer,  Drive, Reservoir Dogs, Chinatown, Trade, Colors, Untouchables, Vanilla Sky, I Saw the Devil, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Swedish), The Girl Who Played with Fire & The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest, Fatal Attraction, The General’s Daughter, The Raven, The Machinist, The Sum of All Fears, Switchback, The Hunted, Anaconda, Insidious, Identity, Case 39, Rosemary’s Baby, The Facility, ATM, Scream, Ted Bundy, Tales from the Crypt: Demon Night, Scream 2, The Relic, Mimic, Pontypool, The Fourth Kind, The Skeleton Key, The Good Son, Nightwatch, The Raven, Scream 4, Vile, The Grey, Disturbing Behavior, The Cabin in the Woods, Orca: The Killer Whale

…and no, you will NOT like every film I’ve listed…but if you are unsure of what movies you would like, hit me and I’ll recommend films based on your personal taste.

…Also, please keep in mind that Netflix switches their films daily. So if you search for a film and it’s no longer available, Please let me know and I will make the correction. Oh…one last thing…the only problem w/ Thrillers is that those films fit into more than one genre. That said I pulled all the films from Action & Horror that also belong to “Thrillers” and just made one long list so they are easier to find.

***I will add to this list as more films are available***

Updated July 10th, 2013

7:24pm
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"Best Films to Watch on 420" List

Okay…since we are all grown, I’ve decided to make a list of films to make your 4/20 weekend a little more fun.

Yes, I’m going to name the films you ALL should have seen but I also wanted to take things a bit further….name off films that have nothing to do w/ 420 but will play JUST as well on the special day.

Now….I understand not everybody smokes and I am in NO way telling you to do so. This list is just for people who want to get in the “spirit” of things.

The first list are films you can play “games” w/…whether you smoke, drink, ect. basically…every time a poison (whether it’s weed, alcohol, ect) is seen, talked about or taken, you smoke (or drink).

420 Related Films:

The Big Lebowski, Super Troopers, Half-Baked, Super High Me, A Scanner Darkly, Cheech and Chong’s Up in Smoke, Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, Dazed and Confused, Pink Floyd: The Wall, Almost Famous, Pineapple Express, Seeking a Friend For the End of the World, How High, Old School, Up in Smoke Tour, Friday, Mac & Devin Go To High School, Can’t Hardly Wait, Bongwater, Waiting., High School, Trainspotting, The Beach, Adventureland, Nick & Nora’s Infinite Playlist, The Facility

This next list are good films to watch after you get faded…either the movie is visually appealing, funny as FUCK or it will call for group discussion while you are intoxicated.

Non-420 related films:

Donnie Darko, Southland Tales, 12 Monkeys, Blade Runner, Pulp Fiction, Men Who Stare at Goats, 300, Watchmen, V For Vendetta, The Shining, Natural Born Killers, Clerks, What The Bleep Do We Know, The Secret, The Celestine Prophecy, Requiem for a Dream, Fight Club, Dude Where’s My Car, Gone in 60 Seconds, Pleasantville, The Matrix, Inception, The Dark Knight, Superbad, Talladaga Nights, Anchorman, Dodgeball, Get Him to the Greek, Due Date, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, The Hangover, The Fountain, The Prestige, The Professional, Kick-Ass, Sucker Punch, Dawn of the Dead, Napoleon Dynamite, Brazil, V/H/S, The Evil Dead, Army of Darkness, Oh Brother Where Art Thou, I Heart Huckabees, Man on Fire, Drive, The Game, Memento, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Paris je t’aime, Romeo + Juilet, Mulholland Dr, Lost in Translation, Scott Pilgrim vs the World, Attack the Block, Mission Impossible (all), Equilibrium, Hobo with a Shotgun, District: B13, Inglorious Bastards, Ong Bak: The Thai Warrior

Some of these films are on Netflix…not many though. I will add films until 420.

Btw…NO, you will not like every films on the list but I hope you at least enjoy some of them.

Have a Great and Safe Weekend.

April 10, 2013 at 10:39pm
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"365 New Films in One Year" Challenge

So…I decided in the beginning of the year that I would set out to watch 365 new films before the end of the year. By “new”, I just mean films that are new to me.

Anyways, I’m posting this here for encouragement because maybe if I have enough people in my ear talking shit like “How come you so behind on that list, bruh?” that’d make me watch films quicker.

1. John Carter
2. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
3. Red Hook Summer
4. Sinister
5. The Watch
6. Dredd
7. Skyfall
8. Lincoln
9. Zero Dark Thirty
10. Silver Linings Playbook
11. Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D
12. End of Watch
13. Up in the Air
14. Beasts of the Southern Wild
15. Snow on Tha Bluff
16. The Master
17. Life of Pi
18. Amour
19. Frankenweenie
20. Les Miserables (2013)
21. Flight
22. Wreck-It-Ralph
23. Brave
24. This is 40
25. Colin Quinn: Long Story Short
26. Safety Not Guaranteed
27. V/H/S
28. Rosemary’s Baby
29. Breakfast at Tiffany’s
30. The Call
31. I Saw the Devil
32. Vanilla Sky
33. Spring Breakers
34. Jurassic Park 3D (2013)
35. Basic Instinct
36. Lockout
37. Machine Gun Preacher
38. District: B13
39. Evil Dead (2013)
40. Cosmopolis
41. Pi (1998)
42. The Place Beyond the Pines
43. The General’s Daughter 
44. Fatal Attraction
45. The Raven
46. Vile

…I gotta pick up the pace. :/ Nevertheless, this should be fun.

We shall see.

April 5, 2013 at 5:01pm
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April’s #FilmDegreesOfSeparation Point Standings

Keep track of your points and remember….answering questions is NOT the only way to win the $25 dollar Best Buy gift card

@LBrothersMedia 2
@TDerez 1
@HotmixPrinceJay 1
@LearnedHand 6
@T_Dot_Lane 18
@ShantaFabolous 77
@__genius 73
@TwinBNotTwinA 18
@DepressedGod 25
@LexiScorsese 39
@DreSmithJr 4
@ashleydaze 27
@bambicupcakes 5
@MrBusby23 1
@milesfan79 4
@handsumdevil 17
@MiszJaxon 4
@BougieLa 15
@MrRandyWATTson 5
@jordannosparks_ 17
@__ARROGANT 6
@Top5DOA 5
@ItsKeem 15
@MusicHEROine 5
@JehoniBrave 4
@TheBreyKeys 9
@KaliGoodz 1
@B_Effin_G 11
@IBsoCrazii 1
@AnAmazingFeat 1
@Merlange 1
@GorgerousMia 1
@JueLissa_ 1
@OhDatMe 1
@Faison_Amour 1
@JisLegend 4
@NaijaRoyale 25
@Da_Infamous_Diz 20
@Tee_Bizzle 10
@SheSeauxSaditty 9
@IAmRah 1
@murraymaker 5
@USDannyDyerFan 1
@JohnnyNoDrama 1
@truly_wild 1
@SoulSistaNokc 1
@intergalactikK 1
@IAmBoogie 1
@BroadwayBrooks 1
*As of 10pm CST*

1:12pm
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April’s #FilmDegreesOfSeparation Updates

Congratulations to March’s Winner, @darfucius!!!

Now…if you follow me @hollywood_trey, you already know that the game is “Film Degrees of Separation”. Every Friday @ 12 PST.

Official Rules: the people have to be connected by roles and/or job titles (ie. director, ect)….no “same film studio” or TV show connections.

Can’t just send movie titles. The object of the game is to “connect” the people…Show me the film connections.

Ex. “Connect Bradley Cooper & Eddie Murphy in 3 films or less #filmdegreesofseparation

An acceptable answer: “Cooper in “Limitless” w/ Deniro. Deniro in “The Score” w/ Angela Bassett. Bassett in “Vampire in Brooklin” w/ Murphy #filmdegreesofseparation

***All the same***

The point system…

1 point per correct answer (only 10 min window from the time the question was asked to answer and one try only).

5 points if you are first. (I only Retweet the 1st correct answer…so if I don’t @ you, it doesn’t mean you didn’t get points. You just weren’t first)

-1 point if you are wrong.

3 extra points if you make the connection in fewer films than asked.

Bonus:

1 point for every game question suggestion that you send me and I use.

1 point for tweeting the “film degrees of separation” hashtag.

1 point for including #filmdegreesofseparation w/ your answers. ***this is mandatory now or else you forfeit all points for the question (it give you a way to collect extra points so cheer up!!!)***

5 pts for every follower you bring to me in regards to the game.

At the last Friday of the month, I will add all the points up and whoever has the most points will get a prize.

***NEW RULE***

If you win, you have to want one month until you can be eligible to for another prize. This is to keep the game fun and fair for all. :)

This Month (April) prize will be a $25 dollar gift card to Best Buy.

***Rules can be revised as I see fit***

Wish you all the best of luck!!!

4:53am
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"Evil Dead" Review

 

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Synopsis: While staging a drug intervention in a remote cabin, Mia (Jane Levy) and her four friends accidently awaken an unspeakable evil….now they must band together to destroy the spirit before it takes over Mia’s soul.

Theme: “Only pure evil can destroy pure evil”.

The film starts off a bit rough (NOT the opening scene but when the main characters are first introduced). The main reason for this is Diablo Cody.

Wait.

Let me back up.

First, you have to understand a little back story about the film’s director/co-screenwriter, Fede Alvarez. He is originally from Uruguay and barely understands English so someone thought it would be a GREAT idea to have Diablo Cody “Americanize” the final draft of the script.

Now back to the review…

Okay. When the main characters are introduced their dialogue sounds STRAIGHT from a scene in “Juno”. Even though “Juno” was a fantastic film…this isn’t 2007 and “quirky just for the sake of being quirky” is out. That said, from the MOMENT that the “Book of the Dead” is opened, the REAL film begins. This remake does NOT spare the gore but it still finds a clever way to make sure it isn’t used as a crutch. The filmmaker takes scenes to the point that you want to turn away due to the excessive violence…but the camerawork is so intriguing that you don’t want to miss a thing.

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***Side note: This is Fede Alvarez’s first feature film. Dude had a lot to live up to and did a damn good job.***

While the dialogue, acting and character development in this film are VERY cheesy, it is suppose to be that way. Refer back to what I said about Diablo Cody’s obvious rewrites in the beginning scenes…well when the film picks up, those weaknesses w/ Cody’s writing becomes the film’s strengths.

I know it sounds strange but hear me out…

This “Evil Dead” remake was made COMPLETELY for fans (doesn’t mean regular folks can’t enjoy it but there’s a LOT of stuff “in-between the lines” for fans) so the film pays homage to the 80’s campy horror genre to-a-T.

Ultimately, this film shapes up to be a damn near perfect remake so see it in the theater…but you MUST watch the original “Evil Dead” films to thoroughly enjoy everything the movie as to offer. One last thing…STAY AFTER THE CREDITS!!!

April 4, 2013 at 11:18pm
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"The Place Beyond the Pines" Review

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Synopsis: Luke Glanton (Ryan Gosling), a circus motorcyclist, starts robbing banks to take care of his new family but when his new path of crime crosses a rookie cop (Bradley Cooper)…their lives are changed forever.

Theme: “One event is enough to completely alter a person forever.”

The film starts off fantastic…when the camera is on Ryan Gosling, he steals the show. The only problem is the movie fizzles out midway through and stays flat until the end. Which is strange because it is not a “bad” film at all. What happened is every actor and actress in the film brought their “A” game…but Ryan Gosling brought his “I’m an Indie Star and I want an Oscar, dammit” game. That leaves the film completely unbalanced whenever Gosling is not on screen.

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***Side note: Ray Liotta gives his best performance in YEARS with this film. Also, Bradley Cooper only further proves why he deserves to be taken seriously as a dramatic actor.***

Okay. The script is written like a teenage boy who has “book knowledge” of where the G-spot is…but does not have enough experience to understand the “smoothest” ways to reach it.

Allow me to explain…

For example: The script takes racial jabs, whether directly or indirectly, at every ethnic group. Now…that is an effective tool to add to the overall uneasiness that the director (Derek Cianfrance) wanted the audience to have while watching this movie. The unfortunate thing is the jabs are unnecessary as far as story and character development are concerned.

Nevertheless, the film works….but it’s not worth the $10-15 dollar ticket price. Just wait to rent this one.

April 1, 2013 at 11:32pm
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#BestNetflixFilms List (Action)

For all you “Action” film lovers, I went through and found the best Netflix has to offer…

Action:

Oldboy, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, Thor, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Capital America: The First Avenger, Immortals, Warrior, The Sum of All Fears, Beverly Hills Cop, Ip Man, Switchback, Conan the Barbarian (2011), Mission Impossible 3, Face/Off, Haywire, The Mask of Zorro (1998), Once Upon a Time in Mexico, Top Gun, The Hunted, Terminator 2: Judgement Day, Mission Impossible, The Golden Child, Beverly Hills Cop II, Small Soldiers, The Untouchables, Equilibrium, The Karate Kid, Black Hawk Down, The Crow, Ong Bak: The Thai Warrior, Sudden Death, Hobo with a Shotgun, Double Dragon, 48 Hrs, Shaft (2000), Machine Gun Preacher, District: B13, The Hunger Games, The Grey, Tomb Raider, Beowulf, Braveheart, End of Watch, The Avengers, Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life, Mercury Rising, Tomb Raider, The Expendables 2, The Peacemaker, Dredd, Pirates of the Caribbean: Black Pearl, Skyfall, Lockout, The Boondock Saints, The Italian Job (2003), xXx, Desperado, Nightwatch, Men in Black, John Dies at the End

…and no, you will NOT like every film I’ve listed…but if you are unsure of what movies you would like, hit me and I’ll recommend films based on your personal taste.

…Also, please keep in mind that Netflix switches their films daily. So if you search for a film and it’s no longer available, Please let me know and I will make the correction. Oh…one last thing…you may see the same films on some of the list…that’s only because some films can fit into more than one genre category.

***I will add to this list as more films are available***

Updated Dec 1st, 2013

March 29, 2013 at 1:29pm
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#FilmDegreesOfSeparation Point Standings

Okay…the points are all the way caught up. Check and see where you stand towards the $25 dollar Amazon.com gift card

(* = bonus points)
@Merlange 5+3, 5, 1+3, 1*, 1*, 1*, 5+3, 5+3, 5, 1+3, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*,
@handsumdevil 1+3, 1+3, 1, 1, 1+3, 1*, 1*, -1, 1*, 1*,
@darfucius 1+3, 1+3, 1+3, 5+3, 5+3, 1+3, 5+3, 5+3, 5*, 1*, 1*, 1, 5+3, 1*, 1*, 5+3, 1+3, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1, 5+3, 1+3, 5+3, 1*, 5+3, 1, 1, 1+3, 1+3, 1, 5+3, 1+3, 1*, 5+3, 1*, 1+3, 1*, 1*, 5+3, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*,
@MrBusby4o8 1+3, 5+3, 1+3
@ShantaFabulous 1+3, 1+3, 1+3, 1+3, 1*, 1*, 1*, 5+3, 1*, 1*, 1+3, 5+3, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 5+3, 1*, 1, 5+3, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, -1, 1+3+1, 1, 1+3+1, 1+3+1, 5+1, 1+3, 1, 1+3+1, 5+3+1, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*,
@MusicHEROine 1+3, 1+3, 1*, 1, 1, 1+3, 1*, 1*, 1*,
@___genius 1+3, 5+3, 5+3, 5+3, 5+3, 1, 1, 1, 1, 5+3, 5+3, 5+3, 1*,
@BroadwayBrooks 1+3, 1, -1, 1, 1+3
@peoplescrtic 1
@_HustleMarsalis 1+3, 1+3, 1+3, 1+3
@Danchrism 1+3, 1+3
@NaijaRoyale 1
@murraymaker 1+3, 5, 1+3
@T_Dot_Lane 1+3, 1, 1, 1+3, 1, 5+3, 1, 1+3, 1*,
@OneFiftyOne 1+3
@futureplansss 1
@TheDiorHomie 1*, 1*, 5+3, 1*, 1, 1*,
@lexiScorsese 1*, 1*, 5+3, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1,*, 5+3, 5*, 1*, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1+3, 1, 1+1, 1*, 1+3, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1+3, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*,
@depressedgod 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1+3, 5+3, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1+3, 1+3, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 5, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1+3, 1+3, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1+3, 1*, 1+3, 1+3, 1*, 1*,
@JohnnyNoDrama 5+3, 1*, 1*, 1*, 5*, 1*, 1*, 1+3, 5*, 1*, 1, 1, 1, 1+3, 1*, 1*, 1+3, 5*, 5*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*,
@TheCosby 1
@757princess 1*, 1*, 1
@TheBreyKeys 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1+3, 1*, 1*,
@BougieLa 1*, 1*, 1*
@SuadeSLR 1*, 1*, 5
@reelsistas 1*, 1*, 1, 1*
@mrxionjones 1*, 1+3
@SimplyDivaland 1*, 1*, 1+3, 5+3, 1+3, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*, 5*, 5*, 5*, 5*, 5*, 5*,
@USDannyDyerFan 1*
@KynKouture 1*, 1
@brosninja 1+3
@laureezyF 1*
@OneFiftyOne 1,
@SteenFox 1*, 1*
@Crissles 1*, 1*
@AnAmazingFeat 1, 1, 1, 1*,
@NeekGoBacon 1, 1, 1*, 1*, 1*, 1*,
@K1ngEljay 1
@leetreble_ 1
@SeauxCocoa 1+3, 1+3, 1+3
@EriReynolds 1+3, 1, 1*, 1*,
@corporately 1+1, 1*,
@MacStephanton -1, 1+3
@__ARROGANT 1*, 1*,
@beauty_jackson 1*, 1*,
@dgricke42 1,
@SlyPayne 1, 1, 1*,
@bambicupcakes 1, 1+3, 1*, 1*,
@RickDubb 1+3
@BritneyFucd 5+3, 1*, 1*,
@DaConstant 1*,
@IBsoCrazii 1*,
@theDOPEgenius 1*,
@MelvinRothko 1*,
@hollywoodheat 5+3
@FeministaJones 1*, 1*, 5+3
@DMicah2013 1+3
@SirSKRIBE 1*, 1*, 1*,
@volkanherot 1*,
@kevenvanegas1 1*,
@gingerale4u 1*,
@fridolina85i 1*, 1*,
@tuckfwitter 5*, 1*,
If you have any questions about your current score, please feel free to ask. :)

March 26, 2013 at 2:46pm
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Tracklist-Indicud @ducidni

blankscribbled-realness:

  1. The Resurrection Of Scott Mescudi
  2. Unfuckwittable
  3. Just What I Am (ft. King Chip)
  4. Young Lady (ft. Father John Misty)
  5. King Wizard
  6. Immortal
  7. Solo Dolo, Pt. 2 (ft. Kendrick Lamar)
  8. Girls (ft. Too $hort)
  9. New York City Rage Fest
  10. Red Eye (ft. Haim)
  11. Mad Solar
  12. Beez (ft. The RZA)
  13. Brothers (ft. A$ap Rocky x King Chip)
  14. Burn Baby Burn
  15. Lord Of The Sad & Lonely
  16. Cold Blooded
  17. Afterwards [Bring Yo Friends] (ft. King Chip x Michael Bolton)
  18. The Flight Of The Moon Man