MOVIES OF 2017
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What will you be watching, /tv/?
>Underworld: Blood Wars (January 6, 2017).
Directed by Anna Foerster.
Selene and her forces resurface on the verge of war between a new gerantion of vampires and Lycans, hoping to prevent further bloodshed between the two species as well as protect them from Humanity's retaliation.
>Kate Beckinsale as Selene.
>Trent Garrett as Michael Corvin, Selene's lover and a vampire/lycan hybrid.
>Lara Pulver as Semira, the new leader of the vampires.
>Tobias Menzies as Lucius, the new leader of the Lycans.
>Theo James as David, Selene's vampire ally.
>Charles Dance as Thomas, a Vampire Elder and David's father.
>Bradley James as Vidar, the bloodthirsty leader of the Nordic Coven, a splinter group in the vampire community.
>Clementine Nicholson as Lena, Vidar's daughter and the Nordic Coven's fiercest warrior.
I live in Atlanta...
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Before the show, Glover talked about how he wanted to show white people that they didn't know everything about Black culture.
>be upset because I never thought I knew everything about Black culture
Now that I've seen it, I kinda feel like I understand what he meant.
>no longer upset because it's actually really good, and nuanced, and things are starting to make some sense.
TL;DR...A friendly reminder that I don't necessarily know everything about Black culture, even though I'm inundated with it on a daily basis, and I never thought I did in the first place. Quality output like this is what we might need.
In b4 any of your stupid racist memes or opinions.
Suicide Squad vs Guardians of the Galaxy
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Subtracting the total brought in by the Chinese market (where Suicide Squad was not released), at the end of it's 15 week run, Guardians of the Galaxy made a worldwide total of 676,842,399 USD. Conversely, in 5.3 weeks, Suicide Squad has brought in a worldwide total 699,407,853. Why is the media still spinning it like this movie was some sort of failure? Are critics just throwing a tantrum because audiences aren't listening to their expert opinions?