Focus Features just released the trailer for its upcoming "Dallas Buyers Club" drama, starring Matthew McConaughey, Jennifer Garner, and Jared Leto. Check it out below.
Plot: The story of Texas electrician Ron Woodroof (McConaughey) and his battle with the medical establishment and pharmaceutical companies after being diagnosed as HIV-positive in 1986, and his search for alternative treatments that helped establish a way in which fellow HIV-positive people could join for access to his supplies.
The new movie is directed by Jean-Marc Vallee (The Young Victoria) and is set to hit theaters on November 1st.
Porn- I liked the Lincoln Lawyer. Wasn't a bad film at all.
I missed that whole Dexter/BreakingBad/TV convo on the other thread.
If you were involved, Just know that I agree with you all 100%. exspecially Minks comments on Dexter. The only reason we still watch it, Is because we already know that the end is near and we've sat through 7 seasons already. So we might as well go to the end.
@Sedibus: I suppose you mean that you think the Matrix trilogy is the best trilogy? I'm not going to disagree, however I find it hard to believe that there will never be a Matrix 4 starring Keanu Reeves. Just a thought.
Deaft0newrites: on August 28th, 2013 at 12:25:16 AM
The Matrix trilogy is f*cking far from being the best trilogy of all time. That is just laughable!
Indy Trilogy, Star Wars, Bourne Trilogy, The Dark Knight Trilogy,
A L I E N Trilogy, hell even The Terminator Trilogy is better than the f*cking Matrix trilogy.
Revolutions is the absolute worst 3rd film in a trilogy I have ever seen. Totally anti-climactic and anemic and I never gave a f*ck about "The Real World"/Zion/Dirty-Ass Shirt Land. The Wachowskis were never able to make that aspect compelling and they blatantly ripped off The Invincibles comic too.
LOTR Trilogy is great as well, and better than The Matrix trilogy.
sedibuswrites: on August 28th, 2013 at 12:48:10 AM
@GreenLensman: Indeed they might do a fourth, but if they just let the films go like that then it will be better, I hope they donīt make another, but who the f*ck knows, right?
@Deaft0ne: Donīt get pissed off like that man. I mean, I understand your point in all means, but it just not the same as The Invisibles, not at all, not even close.
Indy and Star Wars, Bourne and The Dark Knight, I like them all, and have most of them on DVD.
And as of Revolutions is the best in the trilogy, better than the first and second one.
It just ended where it had to end, Iīm not bullsh*tting you.
It was unexpected in every way, thatīs for sure.
T1 and T2, yes, but they really f*cked that up with the last two, I hope they do somethingt cool with the fifth one.
Well, after the orgasm, every turns into an anti-climatic scene.
As for Indi the last was bad, as for Star Wars the prequels are a slap and a fart in the face for fans but are good, anyway, isnīt it?. Aliens, the last two are bad but enjoyable, Prometheus holds on because of the visuals.
LOTR well nice flicks, well made.
As for the Matrix, in industrial films, Iīve never seen such a f*cked up, nightmarish ending.
At the end of the day it was more f*cked up than before and that f*cking Rainbow Colored sky surrounding an artificial sun, well,
I donīt see anything anticlimatic on that.
But well, peace was restored so a total and anticlimatic ending.
So in another words, a WTF ending, in the theaters many people were with that expression, many of them.
Deaft0newrites: on August 28th, 2013 at 12:58:07 AM
They were thinking WTF because Revolutions was sh*t, not because they were impressed.
Deaft0newrites: on August 28th, 2013 at 1:00:09 AM
Also, trilogy means the first 3 films in a series, ie: Indiana Jones. Raiders of the Lost Ark, Temple of Doom, and The Last Crusade form that trilogy and it is a far superior one to The Matrix.
Deaft0newrites: on August 28th, 2013 at 1:20:03 AM
Yeah, I meant The Invisibles, and it is absolutely a MAJOR influence on The Matrix films, like Battle Royale is to The Hunger Games.
I once saw an interview with Steven Spielberg when he said that The Wachowskiīs took concepts and were at the same time inspired by the Indiana Jones trilogy. I donīt remember where but I saw that stuff once.
Seriously do you really need to give a sh*t? I mean, the more the questions the guy in the video was asking, the more I came to realize how good the third film is.
And I donīt give a sh*t about any of the characters too. You know.
It's so funny when people explode over someone elses opinion. Deaftones entire rant is his own opinion yet he tries to sh*t all over someone elses.
It's pretty fair to say that the first movie in every trilogy was the best, so why even compare trilogies.
I can't take anything here seriously anymore after some of the reviews you guys have been giving certain movies, so sh*tting on someone elses opinion is a waste of time if your just going to offer what you just crapped out.
The matrix seems to me like the only real trilogy to happen in decades, everything else has spinoffs, prequels, reboots or 10 other installments. Plus the Animatrix more than makes up for the 3rd film.
The Matrix would have been so much better as a standalone film. The last 2 films for me were entertaining enough for the fight sequences but the storylines, stupid dialogue and the acting (especially in 3) is so cheesey it just ruins it.
Showing Zion and the humans that are still alive is pissed me off the same way Lucas did in the SW prequels when he showed how Anakin turned in to Darth Vader. There was just no need for it, it was better left to the imagination. EVERYTHING is better left to the imagination with things like that.
The best trilogies:
Lord of The Rings
Back To The Future