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    [–] What's a cool movie fact? Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 1 points ago in AskReddit

    You know why they didn't actually film at the location of Stirling Bridge? Because they thought that the bridge got in the way.

    Which is the whole point.

    [–] Bill Gates sinking a few billion dollars into lobbying for net neutrality would probably do more long lasting good than almost any other auditable cause Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 1 points ago in Showerthoughts

    Or... I could continue paying $2 less for titles that I actually want to watch and are guaranteed to not have any ads.

    I'm not a bandwagoner, I made my decision years ago. If anything, you're probably a shill because I've never seen someone try to promote/recommend a service like this on reddit before.

    [–] What did you realize was missing from your home when you went to a friend's house? Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 1 points ago in AskReddit

    Here's what you do with the butter:

    Make sure it's room temperature. Then crush garlic, zest a lemon, and squeeze the juice into the butter. Then you take that herbal butter, and you push it under the skin of the turkey and spread it out everywhere underneath without breaking the skin. This will keep it moist.

    [–] Bill Gates sinking a few billion dollars into lobbying for net neutrality would probably do more long lasting good than almost any other auditable cause Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 1 points ago in Showerthoughts

    Also, I don't know if this changed, but when I found out that Hulu Plus only gave you access to more shows but didn't take away commercials, I was like, "Uhh... No. None of that. Ever. Not for a lifetime."

    [–] What's a cool movie fact? Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 5 points ago in AskReddit

    He really deserved it over Christoph Waltz.

    Waltz' acting is good, and his acting in that movie was good, but the role I think was not quite as demanding as DiCaprio's. DiCaprio did an excellent job of convincing me that he really was Calvin Candie to the point that you hate his guts. Anyone can act like a reasonable German gentleman but the emotion and nuance that DiCaprio had to successfully capture (and did!) was the greater achievement in my opinion.

    [–] What's a cool movie fact? Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 5 points ago in AskReddit

    You know what? I think this is one of the few times in the prequels they made the right decision.

    If he asked him for help that would have ruined the intense and furious rage of Anakin. I know people make fun of the "I HATE YOU" line, but it does actually kind of work well in the moment.

    [–] What's a cool movie fact? Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 1 points ago in AskReddit

    One of them is the A-Team where he seduces some random reporter and then "just goes for it."

    [–] What's a cool movie fact? Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 1 points ago in AskReddit

    The original concept for the movie was also Kip Thorne's.

    Sort of. He was long time friends with a movie producer and she wanted to do something spectacular for a movie so she asked Kip, "What is the most amazing thing that you would want to discover or could witness in your scientific field?" And he told her it would be a wormhole.

    [–] What's a cool movie fact? Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 1 points ago in AskReddit

    Really? I heard that his audition tape was him continuously swearing for 5 minutes while his friends pelted him with fruit.

    [–] What's a cool movie fact? Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 1 points ago in AskReddit

    Scottish High Schools use braveheart as an educational tool by pointing out all the inaccuracies in the film, thus teaching kids about what actually happened, and there are a lot of inaccuracies.

    You mean like how the Battle of Stirling Bridge doesn't feature a bridge???

    [–] What's a cool movie fact? Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 8 points ago in AskReddit

    Because it was rated PG and this isn't Netflix's Stranger Things where they don't have to worry about theater ratings and can get away with Dustin shouting, "Shit! Shit! Shit! Shit! Shit! Shit! Shiiiit!"

    [–] What's a cool movie fact? Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 1 points ago in AskReddit

    80% of the dialogue in Thor: Ragnarok is improv

    I'd believe it.

    [–] What's a cool movie fact? Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 4 points ago in AskReddit

    When Boromir cuts his finger on the shards of Narsil and drops it, Aragorn picks it up and puts it back on the pedestal in a way that is crooked and does not align with the other pieces of the blade.

    You will never be able to unsee this.

    [–] What's a cool movie fact? Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 0 points ago in AskReddit

    Pirates of the Carribean gets a bad rep from being a blockbuster based on a Disney ride

    Really? I'm not sure I've ever heard this being a criticism of the movies. Other things, sure, but not this.

    [–] What's a cool movie fact? Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 1 points ago in AskReddit

    I guess that continued on because I heard he just likes eating things during filming because it makes his characters more visually interesting. Off the top of my head, I think he is also randomly eating in:

    • Inglorious Bastards

    • Mr. and Mrs. Smith

    • Moneyball

    [–] What's a cool movie fact? Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 0 points ago in AskReddit

    Welcome to the world of filming.

    I would say all of the best things I have ever filmed (and things that show up in actual Hollywood movies) have happened because of a happy little accident instead of something planned.

    [–] What's a cool movie fact? Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 1 points ago in AskReddit

    But the Helms Deep shoot was like 3 or 4 weeks long...

    [–] What's a cool movie fact? Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 3 points ago in AskReddit

    Well, he wanted to but Peter Jackson made him go to his dentist as soon as that take was over.

    [–] Bill Gates sinking a few billion dollars into lobbying for net neutrality would probably do more long lasting good than almost any other auditable cause Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 19 points ago in Showerthoughts

    Because once they know you are willing to pay, they'll hike up the price over time until it's more and more, like Disney and showing Star Wars at theaters.

    "The tree that doesn't bend breaks, Cedric."

    "Bend too far, you're already broken."

    -- Marla and Commissioner Cedric Daniels, The Wire

    If you show that you're willing to let them dominate you, who knows what they'll ask of you in the future. It's no different than a bully in school.

    [–] Bill Gates sinking a few billion dollars into lobbying for net neutrality would probably do more long lasting good than almost any other auditable cause Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 11 points ago in Showerthoughts

    Why compete directly with the new hot product/service when you can just call up the ISP buddies and have them cripple the competition.

    Because it can also be done to you. And then you have to outbid the other guy to turn it back on him. And then the costs continue to rise exponentially. And then everybody loses.

    Also, they aren't concerned about the competition. Honestly, what real competition does someone like Netflix have? They are concerned about the ISPs themselves, not their competitors, extorting them for money lest their service become crap to their userbase.

    [–] Why do people think Superboy is stupid? Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 8 points ago in youngjustice

    Except not really as Black Canary showed him in the span of six seconds. There's more to it than that.

    [–] 'Spirited Away' is the Best Animated Film of the 21st Century Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 14 points ago in movies

    Just the fact that Kimi No Na Wa is currently the highest grossing anime film of all time should put it on that list.

    Where it should be is subjective but I think that if nothing else it might be the most beautiful anime I've ever seen. It's a movie that I find is best to appreciate by not talking about it very much and I say that as a person who loves to talk movies to death.

    [–] 'Spirited Away' is the Best Animated Film of the 21st Century Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 4 points ago in movies

    Excuse me?? You pick One Summer's Day over The Sixth Station?

    This is the scene that truly captured beauty in both music and visuals.